John Vickers

Settlers Along the Shores of Virginia’s York River

Settlers Along the Shores of Virginia’s York River The next year on February 24, 1676, William Thompson patented 150 acrres in Petsoe (Petsworth) Parish, Gloucester County, adjoining … on the east side of the Rappahannock Path, …Mr. Tho. Viccars Map of Rappahannock and timeline of Rappahannock on document Click here for PDF document Source: compiled…

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Wills and Administration of Isle of Wight County, Virginia 1647-1800

Wills and Administration of Isle of Wight County, Virginia 1647-1800 Pharoah Cobb, John Herring, William Morgin, Phillip and Sarah Pearce, Nathan, Arthur, Simon, Richard, Thomas Pearce. Ralph Vickers, Hardy Council, Richard Pierce, Edmond Vickers,  John Vickars page 11 … Edmond Vickers … (page 103) HERRING, John:  Leg. son Anthony; wife Margerie; to John Whitfield. d.…

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The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700

The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700 John Herring, John Viccars, John Belman The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; serving men sold for a term of years; apprentices; – children stolen; maidens pressed; and other who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600-1700. 2nd May 1635…

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Isle of Wight Virginia County Probate Records 1634-1951

page 16 Herring, John; Leg. – son Anthony; wife Margerie; to John Whitfield. D. ——— R. June 10, 1672. Wit. John Vickars, Ambrose Bennett, Thomas Grosse, Edward Lassetter Jr.   Page 112 page 33  Creswell, Clement: Leg. – son John Whitfield, legacy which Margery Herring left him; son John, I do give to — Armor until…

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17th Century Isle of Wight County Virginia

A history of the County of Isle of Wight, Virginia, during the Seventeenth Century, including abstracts of the county records. p. 2 … Then we departed thence, the President assuring the Kind of his perpetual love, and left with him Samuel Collier, his page, to learn the language. From this narrative of Smiths it would…

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Jamestowne Ancestors 1607-1699

page 62 James Benn (Ben) I: … son of the cooper Christopher Benn and his wife, Anne.  In 1640 Christopher received 50 acres at the head of Pagan Creek from his landlord, Captain John Upton, and in 1657 he bought some additional acreage from Thomas Harris of Chippokes in Surry County.  Christopher Benn Died sometime…

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North Carolina Headrights A List of Names 1663-1744

compiled by Caroline B. Whitley Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants 1623-1666, vol. 1: page 2-3 page 3 – 25 Sept 1663 Katharine Woodward and Philarete Woodward, her daughter, 750 a. on W. side of Paspetanke River . . . Transportation of 15 persons: Fra. Ost., Jno. Garnell, Mary Well, Alice…

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