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Lees of 17th century York County, Virginia

Catherine H. C. Seaman

Lees of 17th century York County, Virginia

a case study of family, kinship, and land tenure in the 17th century

by Catherine H. C. Seaman

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Published by Sweet Briar College Printing Press in Sweet Briar, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia,
  • York County (Va.),
  • York County
    • Subjects:
    • Lee family,
    • Harris family,
    • Land tenure -- Virginia -- York County -- History -- 17th century,
    • Family -- Virginia -- York County -- History -- 17th century,
    • Virginia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775,
    • York County (Va.) -- Genealogy,
    • York County (Va.) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 58-59.

      StatementCatherine H.C. Seaman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.L48 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2612615M
      LC Control Number85176178

      Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.   William McElwee II (), an American Patriot in the Revolutionary War, was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in the year , a son of William McElwee I (). According to tradition, his grandfather came to Ireland from County Ross, Scotland, in the 17th century, where he was a member of Clan Ross.

        A York County reader requested help with connecting Chappell families in Colonial Virginia with Chappells in North Carolina. Isaac Chappell . COLONIAL VIRGINIA COUNTY FORMATION MAPS. Most family historians quickly discover that an ancestor may have lived on the same land throughout his life, although his county of residence changed at least twice. Studying county boundary changes or patterns of migration are an important element of genealogical research. Migration was often an economic necessity, particularly when family-held.

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C (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Catherine H. C Seaman. This collection consists of Virginia will records extracted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly.

The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book. Kiskiack (Lee House) is the name of an early 17th-century brick building, originally built as a private residence, which still stands at the Naval Weapons Station Yorktown in York County, brick structure, the oldest building owned by the U.S.

Navy, is listed on the National Register of Historic was named for the historic Kiskiack, an Algonquian-speaking tribe of the Location: NE of jct. of VA andnear. The original European settlers came in the early 17th century from the midland and southern counties of England.[1] They first settled in Virginia's tidewater (coastal plain).

Many colonists had connections to Barbados.[2] The earliest Africans to Barbados was in Starting inlarge numbers of Africans were captured and brought as slaves to Barbados. History. The colony struggled for five years after its establishment at Jamestown in Finally, a profitable export crop was identified through the efforts of colonist Johna sweet form of tobacco became the largest export crop, customarily shipped in large hogsheads.

Because the river was a highway of commerce in the 17th and 18th centuries, the early plantations were. The county and city microfilms on this list may be found in the Second Floor Reading Room.

Searching When searching our microfilm holdings, it is important to remember that the microfilm collection is divided by locality, then by major category, then by records series arranged alphabetically, then chronologically. meetings for church affairs were started in America and by the end of the 17th century autonomous yearly meetings were in existence for New England, Maryland, Philadelphia, New York, Virginia and North Carolina.

These yearly meetings, and others founded later, maintained a regular exchange ofepistles with British Friends.

ORDER FROM: GoldenWest Marketing Temple City Blvd., PMB Temple City, California VIRGINIA IN THE 's. The following alphabetized list includes the names of the seventeenth-century immigrants whose Plantagenet ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after who have been incidentally Edward, of York County, Virginia Gerard, Thomas, of St.

Mary’s County, Maryland and Westmoreland County. RH Issue 15 HENRY COUNTY "Henry County, Virginia, Will Book I, " in Virginia Genealogi st, — "Marriage Records " in Genealogical Forum of Portland, Oreq. No Land Office surveys are extant prior to although some county court records include survey books.

Also, none of the supporting papers mentioned above are extant prior to Another method of land distribution authorized during the 17th century was the military right granted to persons who would settle in hostile territory, but this. Charles Parish, York County, Virginia: History and Registers by Landon C.

Bell covers Births and Deaths in Charles Parish. York County, VA was formed in as Charles River County and renamed York County in It is the parent county for Gloucester and New Kent counties. The records are arranged in the original order as recorded and includes a.

Crozier, William Armstrong, ed. Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County Records, Being transcriptions from the original files at the County Court House of wills, deeds, administrators' and guardians' bonds, marriage licenses, and lists of revolutionary pensioners.

New York, NY: Fox, Duffield &. 17th Century Virginia Jail Old Jails The local tavern frequently substituted for a jail in Northampton County as early as It was almost two decades later before the county prison consisted of a house known as the "new store", belonging to Capt.

William Jones and standing near the site of. Source: Records of York County, vol. The Bacon genealogy is traced and available to members of Virginia Pioneers. 17th Century Celebrations: Guns Fired over the Grave In his last will and testament, George Jordan of Surry County expressly forbade guns to be fired over his grave and directed that his executors permit no drunkenness to.

Edu Bayer for The New York Times. By description of the failed 18th century struggle for to Richard Lee, an early settler of Virginia in the 17th century who is thought to have come from. Among the more unusual resources is a collection of abstracts from 18th century Virginia newspapers (found in the book Genealogical Abstracts from 18th-Century Virginia Newspapers).

Extracted from more than 7, issues of 80 newspapers, each abstract provides at least two pieces of genealogical data. This is an especially exciting resource for.

Shows roads, waterways, structures, towns and land owners, railroads and geographic features. Relief shown by hachures.

At head of title: Chief Engineer's Office D.N.V. MAJ GEN J.F. Gilmer Chief Engr. "Map from the Confederate Engineer Bureau in Richmond, Va. General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer - Presented to - the West Point Military Academy by his only daughter, Mrs J.F.

Minis, Savh. GA." LC. April Lee Hatfield, Atlantic Virginia: Intercolonial Relations in the Seventeenth Century. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, v + pp. $ (hardcover), ISBN: Reviewed for by Lorena S. Walsh, Department of Historical Research, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Has anyone studied your Virginia Genealogy before? Start with lists of Virginia genealogies, county-by-county, on FamilySearch Wiki. Some counties, for example, Augusta County, list compiled genealogies for more than families. Books, articles, and manuscript collections are being tapped to create these lists.The Buffalo Site: A late 17th century Indian village site (46 Pu 31) in Putnam County, West Virginia (Report of archeological investigations) [Hanson, Lee H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Buffalo Site: A late 17th century Indian village site (46 Pu 31) in Putnam County, West Virginia (Report of archeological investigations)Reviews: 1.The Foxes were a prominent family in 17th and 18th century Virginia.

Other families include the Conways, Taylors, Taliaferros, and Chinns. Captain Alling Ball of New Haven, CT and his wife Dorothy (d. ) whose name appears on the William Ball chart are hard to place in relation to William Ball I.