2 edition of Some descendants of Anthony Hancock and son Martin Hancock of Red House, Virginia found in the catalog.
Some descendants of Anthony Hancock and son Martin Hancock of Red House, Virginia
Thomas E. Marshall
|Statement||compiled by Thomas E. Marshall, III.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.H2410 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 108 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||85110910|
Anthony Hancock and another son Douglas, moved with Nancy and the Cheathams to Jefferson County Georgia. There are Clement Hancocks among their descendants and I have seen speculation that Clement and wife Antheny were his parents. Also, I noted that in an accounting of Clement’s inventory, there is a payment to an Anthony Hancock. Martin Van Buren (/ v æ n ˈ b j ʊər ən / van BEWR-ən; born Maarten Van Buren; December 5, – J ) was an American statesman who served as the eighth president of the United States from to He was the first president to speak a native language other than English – his native language was Dutch – and the first born after the United States had Preceded by: Andrew Jackson.
Sarah married William L. Martin, son of Unknown and Unknown, on in Green Co. KY. William was born on in Charles City County, VA; Came To Green County In , died on in Larue County, KY at and was buried in Red Hill Cem, Hodgenville, KY. Martin PICKETT wrote his will 4 May and if was proved 25 Apr in Fauquier County, Virginia. Marriage also in Loudoun County, Virginia Martin was the son of William PICKETT and Elizabeth COOKE. 4d. Lucy BLACKWELL born in Prince William County, Virginia Lucy married William Stanton 24 Sep in Fauquier County, Virginia, son of.
Historical Society’s Kentucky Ancestors and Register Quarter Sessions Court for Mercer County, Abstracts of Deed Book 4 QS, Part I: Pages Book Notes Queries ROSTER OF “FIRST KENTUCKY ANCESTORS” (continued from Vol. 24, No. 4) Richard Foley and Margaret Wilson, Nancy Theresa McCormack. This site documents Bernard Botts and his descendants. His family appeared in Virgina around and he and at least his male descendants by his first wife, Susan Renno, began to disperse to Illinois and Missouri between to Thereafter, some descendants remained in Missouri, others moved primarily to California, Texas, and Oregon.
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Anthony Hancock (ca)--son of Mary Hancock--married Sarah Baker aboutand lived in Chesterfield and Charlotte Counties, Virginia, before moving to Jefferson County, Georgia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Georgia, North. A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Hancock-Cofer-Jones-Massie Families of Virginia and Kentucky.
Glendale, Calif., n.d. [Hancock] Marshall, Thomas E. Some Descendants of Anthony Hancock and Son Martin Hancock of Red House, Virginia. Bedford, Va.: T.E. Marshall III, FHL Book Hm.
[Hancock] Walter, Alice Granbery. Marshall, Thomas E., III, Some Descendants of Anthony Hancock and Son Martin Hancock of Red House, Virginia,LDS film / Charlotte Co. VA marriage bonds. Hat Creek, Campbell Co. VA, cemetery records. Personal communications to Elizabeth Pollard Jerome and Elizabeth Holder from Julia Asher and Marian Asher Fawcett of Campbell Co.
Lee and Hancock families, Virginia ; research notes Letters, family charts and miscellaneous reference material concerning the Hancock family of Middlesex County, New Jersey Some descendants of Anthony Hancock and son Martin Hancock of Red House, Virginia Author: Marshall, Thomas E.
Published: (). W-6 PART II DESCENDANTS of A BRAHAM WOMACKI, son of the IMMIGRANT Abraham WOMACK I (William I) b Henrico Co VA c d Henrico Co VA Will dated Nov prob Oct Will Bk 2 Pt 1 p (p 40 WOMACK Gen.) Wife, unknown.
dec'd before husband's will made Nov Abraham WOMACK II b Henrico Co VA a d Goochland Co VA p Joseph is likely the Joseph on the Russell County, Virginia census in the household of his son George age 93 placing Joseph’s birth at ca His son George is 57 years of age placing his birth at ca 93 – Jefferson Co., Va.(now Kentucky) – There is only one Joseph listed in Yantis 3 volume set of Virginia Tax Records.
Wife, Judith. "To live in the house with my son, Anthony." Sons, Thomas, Abraham, Anthony. "My late son, Epaphroditus." Daughters, Nancy Logan, Elizabeth Sydnor, Ailcy and Judith Brockwell.
William Sydnor. He gave to each child twenty slaves with their increase, also land. Had a large estate in land, slaves and money. Obediah L Dumas er 13, 18, buried Dumas Cemetery Montgomery Co. I have him as the son of Zachariah Dumas and Elizabeth Lucy.
Here is excert for Dumas Family Book: A DUMAS GENEALOGY ANCESTORS AND SOME DESCENDANTS OF EDMUND DUMAS INCLUDING EARLY HISTORY MIGRATIONS FAMILY.
Westmoreland County Virginia was formed in from Northumberland County. The county seat is Montross, Virginia. Some well-remembered residents of the county were President George Washington, President James Monroe and Robert E.
Lee as well as Robert Carter, Henry Lee, Richard Lee, Daniel McCarty, George Turbeville and John Turbeville. Red is the County lines and Parish Lines: These lines can and will change people in a County or in a Parish.
() Elizabeth Johnston married Robert Martin son of William Martin. (9 Sept. - 27 Feb. ), represented Botetourt County in the Virginia House of Delegates () and was a U.S. senator (, ). Charles (3), the third son, removed to Halifax county, Virginia, and resided at "Tarover," a house which he built on the model of "Soldiers' Rest." He died unmarried, leaving a handsome fortune.
Elizabeth, the only daughter of Charles Bruce, of "Soldiers' Rest," married James Williams, a captain in the Continental army and a major general in.
Brisse Monfort, 1,2,3 son of \\ Monfort, was born before in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France), 2 died about 5 Oct in France, 4 and was buried about 5 Oct in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the Treaty of Nijmegen.
provides a source for locating West Virginia geneological records & reference materials regarding the s and s. HANCOCK COUNTY TENNESSEE. Descendants of James Mullins. Donated by Kevin Mullins. Generation No. JAMES 1 MULLINS was born Abt. in England. He married CLARA MARTIN Abt.
Notes for JAMES MULLINS: James MULLINS, also known as "Irish Jim", or "Harelip Jim", was the progenitor of the Newman's Ridge Mullins clan. The Harrison family of Virginia is an American political family whose direct descendants include a Founding Father of the nation, Benjamin Harrison V, and three United States presidents: William Henry Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, and Abraham Harrisons are among four families to have two presidents in their number with the same surname; the others are the Adams.
Elmer D. West, Some Descendants of Anthony West of Accomack, Virginia, p. Virginia M. Meyer & John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, /5, 3rd Edition, p. (Anthony West Family). In the same records Anthony Spiltimber is mentioned as son of Mr.
John Spiltimber, dec., who died aboutleaving James Mason overseer of his will. (2) Henry Filmer was one of the justices of Warwick County in ; member of the Burgesses for James City Co., &c. His descendants lived for many years in Warwick Co.
Tucked into the Order Book there is written verification from the office of the Adjutant General, Richmond, Virginia that James G. Mayo was commissioned Captain of the 12th Regiment, Virginia Miltia Dec. 27, in Richmond, and that he is the James G. Mayo who lived in Wayne Co. Virginia (West Virginia).
Slave Records in Virginia collected by P. Miller. son Martin land whereon I now live a, [schooling $, stock] William (x) Brooks, Wm Lyall, Arthur Hancock VA Middlesex Will Book p. 44 inventory of of goods that came into the hands of Richard Daniell, by Richard Daniell one of the Execs.
of the estate of William. Full text of "Some descendants of Ezekial Byrom of Southfarnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia () / compiled and arranged by Henry Harbin other formats. origins Jones is a popular surname of English origins.
It was first documented in in Huntingdonshire, England. Its English usage comes from the term son of John in a similar manner to the scandanavian surname Johnson ("son of John").
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Tucked into the Order Book there iswrittenverification from the office of the Adjutant General, Richmond, Virginia that James G.
Mayo was commissioned Captain of the 12th Regiment, Virginia Miltia Dec. 27, in Richmond, and that he is the James G. Mayo who lived in Wayne Co. Virginia (West Virginia).