1 edition of Name index for A History of Caroline County, Virginia found in the catalog.
Name index for A History of Caroline County, Virginia
Betty J. Martin Kyker Taylor
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Family Histories (Virginia) This is a selective list of some of the more important Virginia family histories or collective genealogies in the Library. To ascertain whether or not the library has a printed genealogy of a specific family, look in the online catalog under the family name (e.g., “Walker Family”). 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.
Bland County, Virginia Marriages Book 3, Part 2: COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX Jo Ann Tickle Scott Pages, "x11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, VA, $ Bland County, Virginia Marriages Book 4, Part 1: Jan. 6, - Jan. 13, COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX Jo Ann Tickle Scott. Caroline County Histories and Genealogies. A History of Caroline County, Virginia: from Its Formation in To Ancestry. A history of Caroline County, Virginia from its formation in to Family History Library. A history of Caroline County, Virginia from its formation in to Genealogy Gophers. A history of Caroline County, Virginia, from its formation in to.
Board of Supervisors. Budget Idea Submission. Commissioner of Revenue. Business/Farm Equipment Filing Form (Adds, Deletes, and Annual Filings) Fill out this form to add, remove, or file annual forms for business or farm equipment. Personal Property - General Inquiry & Assessment Appeal. Personal Property Filing Form #1 - Annual Filing. Henry Isbell in Caroline County, Virginia, St. Margaret’s Parish, on 27 September Isaac Allen bought 50 acres of land adjoining Henry Isbell’s land for 5 Shillings (Nugent, Vol III, ) [A History of Caroline County, Virginia by Marshall Wingfield, p. 74 (B p).] In .
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Scope and Content Caroline County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records,includes sales of runaway slaves, criminal suits involving African Americans, divison of slave property, trustee's report, indictments against slaves accused of insurrection inpetition to remain in the commonwealth, slave patrol commissions and accouts, bills of sale, and free negro certificates.
Caroline County was created from Essex, King & Queen and King William Counties in Settlers began showing up around and many of her early settlers were Huguenots. During the Revolution, Caroline was the third most populous county within Virginia. This book is a well documented and detailed history of the county.
Scope and Content Deed Books, of Caroline County Court. The deed book records the name of the grantor and grantee, the residence of both individuals. My ancestors are from Caroline County Virginia so this review may be biased.
I felt the book was very well researched. It covered the evolution of the county from a colonial outpost to an American entity in depth.
It was for me what I had been looking for/5(2). This volume also contains records from Caroline County Order Book, beginning on page 33 and ending on page for courts held November through 9 July An every-name index adds to the value of this : Ruth Sparacio.
Caroline County is a United States Name index for A History of Caroline County located on the eastern part of the Commonwealth of northern boundary of the county borders on the Rappahannock River, notably at the historic town of Port Caroline county seat is Bowling Green.
Caroline County was established in and was named in honor of Caroline of Ansbach, wife of the then reigning king, George II of. Virginia electronic records for genealogical research. Marriage records, deed books, will books, personal property tax lists, births, deaths, census, maps, etc. Iberian Publishing Company supplies reference works for genealogical research.
We have over 1, genealogy books for. This is an excellent resource for anyone interested in the history of Caroline County, Virginia or performing genealogy research in the county.
It should be noted the book was originally written in Although the book is over pages this is one chapter ten page dedicated to 4/5(1). "Jacob Burruss III,Caroline County," Tidewater Virginia Families: A Magazine of History and Genealogy, Vol. 8, No. 4 (February/March ) FHL Book D25t [Burruss] Davis, Virginia Lee Hutcheson.
Caroline County GEDCOM Index (Source: GEDCOM ) Caroline County, Virginia Genealogy List of published Caroline County, Virginia family histories (Source: FamilySearch) A History of Caroline County, Virginia from Its Formation in to (Source: MyHeritage) ($).
The Paperback of the A History Of Caroline County, Virginia by Wingfield at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Caroline County Birth Records, Caroline County Death Records, Information from Other Sources- Index- From the Preface: One evening, having finished indexing a manuscript about the lost wills for Caroline County, my curiosity led me to examine the through Federal Census records.
(Microfilm of Deeds separated from Caroline County Chancery Papers and Judgments. These deeds not covered by the Index to Deeds, - ) Deed Book,SEE ORDER BOOK, [SUPERIOR COURT OF LAW] (REEL 27) AT END OF REEL, NO TARGET FOR 20 PAGES OF DEEDS. Virginia Navy in the Revolutionary War COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX James L.
Douthat 35 Pages, " x 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted VA, $ Virginia Pensioners of the American Revolutionary War COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX 80 Pages, " x 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted VA, $ transcribed by Mark Anderson Sprouse.
iv, pages, index. Caroline County Virginia was formed in from parts of Essex, King and Queen and King William Counties.
It is a strategic county for geneologists because of its location. Many colonial Virginia. A history of Caroline County, Virginia: from its formation in to [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Herb Collins has a new book coming out this winter called Country Crossroads: Rural Life in Caroline County, VA.
It is the most complete history ever written on Caroline County families, houses, sayings, folklore, schools, maps, from the ’s. Contact Caroline Library, Inc. for details. Caroline County, Virginia – INFO. Feb 9 – David Goen was married to Jane Middlebrook February 9, by A. Broaddus in Caroline County, according to “Virginia Magazine of History and Biography,” Vol page John Middlebrook was the guardian of Jane Middlebrook Goen.
Get this from a library. Colonial Caroline: a history of Caroline County, Virginia. [T Elliott Campbell] -- Given in memory of Edward and Billie Madeley, The item Colonial Caroline: a history of Caroline County, Virginia, by T.E.
Campbell represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in. Penola is an unincorporated community in Caroline County, in the U.S. state of Virginia. History. A post office called Penola was established inand remained in operation until it was discontinued in Penola is a name derived from a Native American language meaning "cotton".
It was a stop on the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad in the nineteenth Century which was.History and genealogy of the Collins family of Caroline County, Va. and related families, (Source: Internet Archive) Combs &c.
Families of Caroline County, VA Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution includes John Tayloe Corbin (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).The Chapman family begins with Samuel Chapman 1, probably in Caroline County, Virginia, and then in Amelia County, southwest ofSamuel's grandson, James 3 moved west into Amherst County along Virginia's Blue Ridge and then to the Ohio River valley in Kentucky and Ohio.
From there James' son John 4 moved into Indiana by and on to Iowa by