2 edition of family of Thomas Jones who died 1748, Lunenburg County, Virginia found in the catalog.
family of Thomas Jones who died 1748, Lunenburg County, Virginia
Robert Atkin Jordan
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by Robert Atkin Jordan.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.J76 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 133 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||87178992|
NOTE - if a reference cites a deed or court order book and does not state a county, it is Lunenburg County. *C - Cruse, Patrick. - inventory. Richmond Co, . Elizabeth (Ingo) Ascough was the widow of Thomas Ascough (16??) and the daughter of John Ingo, Sr. and his wife Mary. Richmond County, Virginia, Will Book V, p Will of Elizabeth Dozier of Lunenburg Parish, Richmond County, Virginia. Being sick and weak but of perfect mind and memory do make this my last will and testament.
Jonathan KNIGHT  was born on 1 Nov in Goochland, Lunenburg, died in Oct in Granville County, North Carolina. Jonathan married (MRIN) Judith WOODSON on 24 Feb in Goochland County, Virginia. Even Thomas appears on the tax list and on the tax list in Lunenburg County with his father Thomas Thomas in the household. In he is listed near the family of Thomas Hodges. In he is listed adjacent to families of James McKene, John Mounts, Henry Isbell, John Smith, Godfrey Jones, John Russell, John Mullens, and Jeremiah.
Cadwallader Jones, of Rock Hill, North Carolina in A Genealogical History, on page 73 stated: There were in Virginia two Jones families, both of Welsh extraction and related in the old country -one known as the Robert Jones and the other as the Peter or Cadwallader Jones family who . Full text of "McGehee Family in Virginia" in William and Mary Quarterly, XXI, p. ) , Jacob Macgeehee, of Amelia County, planter, to Robert Jones, of Lunenburg County, for £55 currency, convey- ing acres on both sides Twitty's Creek and is second fork of Lickinghole in Lunenburg County, formerly Brunswick, and granted to.
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Descendants of Thomas Jones (d. ), Lunenburg County, Virginia and his wife Amey, possibly daughter of Thomas Parram of Prince George Co., Va. They had ten children. Descendants live in Virginia, Tennessee and elsewhere. Includes related families.
FHL Book Prdc v. 2 [Lunenburg County appears in Vol. 2 Part 3] [Page] Rutherford, Dolores Crumrine. The Page Family in Virginia Personal Property Taxes (). 2 vols. Carmichael, Calif.: D.C. Rutherford, FHL Book Prd v. [Lunenburg County appears in Vol. 2] [Parker] Parker, John M.
Parker and Spurlock Family. Lunenburg County Marriages to found in Will Book Indexes to Probate Records. Index to Wills and Estates Index to Wills and Estates Traced genealogies and family histories of Lunenburg County available to Members. Robert Jones (son of Richard Jones) was born in Mecklinburg County, VA, and died date unknown.
Children of Robert Jones are: Robert Jones, b. Abt. Thomas was listed as a tithe from J to in Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg County, Va. Thomas lived in Dinwiddie County when it was divided from Prince George County, Virginia.[James Jinkens GED File].
Known children of Thomas4Burchett and Elizabeth (Mary?) Ann Sikes were: i. William Cook II was taxed in Lunenburg Co. in and He appears to have been living with Matthew Talbot, Sr. in (Scroggins1-Cook File, p. 2) Abt. Lunenburg Co., VA William Cook II married Margaret Jones and they started their married life in.
Ina David Lee patented acres on Ward's Fork in Brunswick County, Colony of Virginia. This land became part of Lunenburg County when it was organized in This David died in Lunenburg County Virginia book left a will that was recorded on October 3, (3.) THOMAS JONES, oldest son of Benjamin Jones, the second, and Elizabeth Jones, was born in A.
at Enfield, Conn. He was married to Mary Meacham in Mary, his wife, died in Thomas Jones was the most wealthy and highly re- spected citizen of Somers, Conn.
He died in Per ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA TITHABLES part 1 page 28 “A List of Tythes for the year ” Thomas Turner 3 tithables page 30A List of Tithables for ye year Thomas Turner 3 Turner of Orange Co., Virginia is the more likely candidate to be the father of John Turner who died in Orange Co., Thomas.
Thomas 7 Anderson (Thomas 6, Robert 5, Robert 4, Richard 3, "York Watershed" 2, "Colonial Virginia" 1) was born Abt. in New Kent County, Virginia, and died in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. He married Sarah Clark Bef.daughter of James Clark and Henrietta Hardyman.
Additionally the name Patrick Johnson is found on the tithe list for Lunenburg County, Virginia. Land Records. There was a Virginia land survey made in for "Partrick" Johnson for acres on both sides of Maggoty Creek in what was then Lunenburg County, Virginia but became Halifax County in Old New Kent County [Virginia] includes Jones family (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Wiley Jones Family (Source: The Jarvis Family & Other Relatives) Louisa.
Biography of J. William Jones, D.D. The Baptist Encyclopædia. RICHARD WARD as proven by Henrico Court Records, was born 29 October at Sheffield Plantation in Henrico Co., VA as the third of four sons of SETH and ANN HATCHER was deceased by 23 November at Lunenburg County, Virginia.
His brothers were: SETH WARD, married MARTHA WORSHAM; JOSEPH WARD, married SARAH STEWART; and BENJAMIN Author: Brenda Reed. Jones’ son Thomas was born in The adult must have been the Thomas Jones who later lived near Robert Jones in Franklin County.
Robert and Mary Van Meter Jones lived in the part of Lunenburg County that became Halifax County in On 09 November Robert and Mary Jones of Halifax County sold the tract of land inFile Size: 37KB.
JWilliam Andrews received a land patent for acres in Lunenburg County, Virginia (Lunenburg County Patent B Page ).
Ephraim and brothers resided in the same. Tithes recorded inin Lunenburg Co. Virginia indicate William Andrews [Jr.], Richard Andrews, and Ephraim Andrews lived relatively near each other.
COUNTY OF LUNENBURG, VIRGINIA Will Book 6 pp. 87A I, Neavil Gee of the County of Lunenburg, and State of Virginia, do make my last Will and Testament, in manner and form following viz.
I am researching the Thomas Cadet Young family and have a letter written by Jones Gee and his wife Mary Ragsdale Jones to Thomas Cadet Young and Lucy.
Lunenburg County (Va.) Lists of Tithables, Local government records collection, Lunenburg County Court Records. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Acquisition Information This item came to the Library of Virginia under accession John Frederick Dorman, Essex County, Virginia, Wills, Bonds, Inventories, Etc.
(Washington, DC: privately published, ) Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records: Will Abstract of Essex County, Virginia, (McLean, VA: Antient P, ) KING GEORGE COUNTY. 24 July Will of Lucy Hudson of Hanover Parish. Free family research in Lunenburg County.
WILLIAM GILL, on roll of Captain James Johnson's company for 1 month, April 1 to May 1, Lunenburg Co.
(Source: "Gill: Abstracts from Records in Southern States and Genealogical Notes " by Eva Turner Clark, Sub. by K. T.) JARRETT WRIGHT DECLARATION MADE BY JARRETT WRIGHT, REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER, FOR A.
This article continues the saga of five genetically related Winn families of eighteenth century Virginia: (1) Col Thomas Winn of Lunenburg, b. circad. (2) Daniel Winn of Lunenburg, d.(3) Minor Winn Sr. of Fauquier Co., d.(4) John Winn of Lunenburg, d. and (5) Richard Winn of Middlesex.
Thanks to Y-DNA test results (see the prior article at this website), it is. Brunswick County Wills, Estates, Marriages available to members of Virginia Pioneers. Marriages to Indexes to Probate Records. Index to Wills and Debentures, Index to Wills, Inventories, Accounts, Index to Wills, Miscellaneous Wills, Estates.
Adams, William, orphans of, Order Book Early Granville County WILLIAMS and HENDERSON Family Notes: Contributed by Evelyn Wallace: This is part of a collection of notes and genealogies put together by the late author over more than 50 years of research of many Granville Co.
families and being shared here hopefully to help others in their quest for their own ancestors. The Tithe List of Lunenburg County, Virginia has been compiled by Landon C. Bell and transcribed by Thomas Walter Duda in "Sunlight on the Southside" In Lunenburg County embraced area that makes up eleven counties presently.
The area where we find the Burleson Family was in Lunenburg until when a new county of Bedford was created.