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p100Wm. West Isle of Wight 400 acres 6-16-1714 A List of her Maj’tys Quit Rent Rolls Isle of Wight County 1704 p206Wm. West 250 acres p207Hodges Council 420 acresHardy Council 760 acresWm West 50 acres p208Wm. West 690 acresMary Cobb 150 acresRich’d Braswell 100 acresRead More
Jossy Family Timeline page 1 Jossey Family Timeline p2 Jossey Family Timeline p3 Jossey Family TImeline p4 Jossey Family Timeline p 5 Jossey Family Timeline p6 Jossey Family Timeline p8 Jossey Family Timeline p9 Jossey Family Timeline and Bibliography p 10 Johnson Family Bibliography continued p11 Johnson Family Bibliography continued p12Read More
A Compleat List in Nansemond County in Anno 1704Cap’t James Jossey 550 acresRead More
A List of the Merchant Shipps bound to England … July 17. 1692 John Viccary, Commander Two Sisters, Ship 45, TonnageRead More
A true account of the lands in King William County as it was taken by Rob’t Bird Sherriff in the year 1704. p. 160 John Slaughter 90 acresp. 160 Henry Slaughter 100 acresp.160 Henry Vickrey 450 acresp.160 Capt. Tho West 1000 acresp150 Capt. Nath’l West 2000 acresRead More
The Hancock Family of Virginia page 98 William Hancock, in Virginia 1620, massacred on march 22, 1622 by savages at Thorpe’s House, Berkeley Hundred, fifty miles from Charles City, Virginia. The name of his wife is not known. Issue:1) Augustin Hancock came to Virginia in 1630, to claim the estate left by his father. The…Read More
ff.320, 121 Examination of the King of Patmmon, 20 June 1634, in the presence of Captain Samuel Mathew, Captain John Utty, Captain William Peirce, Mr. Thomas Hinton, Mr. George Calvert, Mr. Fredericke Winter, Captain Cliborne and others, concerning the Isle of Kent.Read More
16. GEORGE LYGON, a descendant of the deBracy family, owners of the Manor of Madresfield, in Worchestershire, which manor still remains in the possession of the Lygon family, and is now the seat of Sir William Lygon, 8th Earl Beauchamp, of Powyck. This worthy family came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066 and,…Read More