4 edition of Descendants of Henry William Marriner, Kent County, England found in the catalog.
Descendants of Henry William Marriner, Kent County, England
Edmund Hayes Marriner
|Statement||compiled by Edmund Hayes Marriner, Harry Andrew Marriner.|
|Contributions||Marriner, Harry Andrew, 1943- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.M328 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198, 24 leaves,  leaves of plates (1 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||75316437|
Pittsylvania County Deed Book 4, p. Henry County Deed Books 1 and 2 Henry County Deed Book 2, pp. 1, 2, and 4 Philapinea was probably the daughter of Hamon Critz. Hill’s Henry County, p. , and Pedigo’s Patrick and Henry County, p. , mistakenly call Peonia Critz wife of William Shelton. Henry County Will Book 1, p. When Henry Watkins sr. purchased 60 acres of land “on the north side of the James River” in ,1 this was only the beginning of the Watkins’ migration history. By his death in ,2 he had acquired a modest amount of land and gives acres of land to Thomas Watkins in Henrico and land to his John, one of his other sons.3 Also mentioned are the remaining sons Henry, William. II. Walter Chiles, Jr. Walter, Jr. was born in England and died in in Jamestown, Virginia. He married Susannah. The said Walter Chiles, Jr. was the child of Walter Chiles, Sr. born on at England died at Jamestown, Va. on and his wife Elizabeth born at England died at Jamestown, Va. proof of parentage and references The Chiles Family in Virginia by W. B. .
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William was born on February 13in Brook, Chatham, Gillingham, Kent, England. Rose was born on England book 19in Woodchurch, Kent, England. Parish Registers for the County of Kent. The records contain baptisms, marriages, and deaths for parishes throughout Kent.
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Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Henry Filmer born abt. East Sutton, Kent County, England died Mulberry Island, Warwick County, Colony of Virginia including ancestors + descendants + 12 genealogist comments + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.
"Major" William Coursey, also seen in the records as "Captain" William Coursey, was Sheriff of Talbot County, Maryland froma Justice of Kent County, Maryland fromand a Justice of Talbot County, Maryland fromand probably until his death in He was the "Presiding Justice" of Talbot in Genealogy of the Hickman Family, Beginning with Roger Hickman of Kent County, Delaware by Hickman, Sylvester This Book Records the Descendants of William Gregg, the Friend Immigrant to Delaware, From Which Nucleus Disseminated Nests of Greggs to Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina by Kendall, Hazel May MiddletonAuthor: Kaitlyn Tanis.
Kent County MD - Genealogy One of Maryland's first counties, Kent County is a genealogical treasure County Historical Society is active and maintains genealogical files on local families, and some of the County Court's records go back to Descendants of William Harris Generation No.
1 1. William1 Harris was born Abt. in Pritwell, Essex County, England, and died Abt. in Pritwell, Essex County, England.
He married (1) Anne Jernegan. She was born Abt. in Hertfordshire County, England. He married (2) Anne Hartford. Notes for William Harris: Sources. LIST OF COLONIAL IMMIGRANTS The following alphabetized list includes the names of the seventeenth-century immigrants whose Plantagenet ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after who have been incidentally noted in the text or a footnote.
The names of women have been provided with a cross-reference to theFile Size: KB. 10/21/ - acres Rappahanock County Virginia Land Patents Book 7 page South side of the Rappahanock River, acres granted to Mr.
Henry Abery, who sold to Mr. Robert Bishopp, who bequeathed to John Gregory, who gave to his sister Mary, now wife of said James Taylor; said land in danger of being lost was petitioned for by said. Introduction: After the founding of Chestertown as a port inKent County became firmly established as a center of farming, trade, travel and culture within the region.
Skilled craftsmen set up shop in the new town, taverns thrived as centers for news and politics, and merchants profited from Chestertown’s rapid growth. Horse races. Learn where you came from, and get to know who you are. Our free family tree gets you started.
With our collection of billions of records, you can piece together your ancestors’ history and bring their stories to life. We’ve got over a billion unique profiles, and growing, in our Tree. See what others have contributed about your ancestors. Moses Fletcher (in Pilgrim records written by William Bradford his name is given as Moyses Fletcher; c.
– /1) was a Leiden Separatist who came to America on the historic voyage of the Pilgrim ship was a signatory to the Mayflower Compact and perished shortly thereafter in the Pilgrims first winter in the New World. Kent, England: Classification: Parish Records Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.
There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees. The STANLEY family is very ancient in England, and there are many branches settled in various countries.
The American Hartford branch is thought to have sprung from the family of that name in Kent County, England, which was descended through a younger son from the great Lancashire family of STANLEY' were certainly not of the noble line of the Earl of Derby. Virginia Probate Records.
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Unknown No Longer (database of collections relating to Virginians of African descent) Virginia Historical Society Virginia Will Records [extracts from printed sources] Ancestry. Tristram Thomas III, born in Kent Co., England, inherited “Barbados Hall”, married Anne Coursey, sister of William and Henry Coursey.
John and William Coursey are of the noted Decoursey family of Ireland. The family holds the ancient barony of Kingsale in the peerage of Ireland, created by King John, and is the most ancient of Ireland.
Data on Edward Barlow(e), Southampton, England By Howard Blair Decem at Doug and anyone that this data can help with their research on Barlow's from Southampton, Hampshire, England. Edward died in Southampton Record Society, vol.1, pgEsquire of Wilmslow, Cheshire and Southampton, England.
William Claiborne made settlement on Kent Island in Maryland because of this Wm. Claiborne & the Calverts of Maryland were engaged in the Civil War for many years. He was born in Westmoreland (shire) North England.
Capt. William Claiborne of Romancoke, King William County, Virginia was born ; died ; married inin London, Jane Butler. Early St. Mary’s County families who settled in Maryland beginning in /4, some arriving on the Ark and Dove, and who then resettled in Northumberland (later Westmoreland) County, Virginia, were closely associated and/or acquainted with Combs &c families and their ing are records for BROOKE, WICKLIFFE/WHITCLIFFE, BALDRIDGE.
2. * Richard WILLARD, 1st (William) was born about in Brenchley, Kent, England. He died after Sep 18 in Brenchley, Kent, England. He was buried before Oct 24 Richard married (1) Elizabeth (Willard) about in Kent, England.
Elizabeth was born about / in Brenchley, Kent, Eng. They had the following children:Children: Robert Willard, Agnes Willard, Symon Thomas Willard, William Willard, Andrew Willard. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Library. Top Full text of "The Harmon genealogy, comprising all branches in New England". William Epperson died on 8 April in St. Peter’s Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, at 51 years of age.
They had children: John Epperson was born 19 September in St. Peter’s Parish, New Kent County, Virginia. He mar. Elizabeth; and died on 20 Feb / They had four children. Henry Epperson was born 29 March in New Kent County.
They were the progenitors of the Andersons of Hanover County, Virginia. Robert Anderson I (ca. ) married Cecilia Massie and appeared in Virginia about (possibly immigrants).
They owned land in New Kent County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas and elsewhere. End notes to "The Origins of Our Allen Family " 1 Henrico County, Virginia, Deeds and Wills, ‐, Iberian Press, pp.2 Reynold Allen is found in the “The Vestry Book of St.
Paul’s Parish, Hanover County, Virginia ‐ ” starting in Author: Jim Farmer. I was born on June 2, in England. I married Henry Cook on J at the First Church of Salem when I was twenty.
At that time I think there was only one other family by the name of Cook in the colonies. Our ten children were all born in Salem. I think Henry was born in North Gray Parish, County Kent, England in Genealogy Records available to members of Virginia Pioneers Marriages.
Marriages to Henrico County Marriages to Indexes to Probate Records. Index to Settlements and Estates to Miscellaneous Wills and Estates. Michaux, Abraham () Perkins, Nicholas, LWT, transcript () Randolph, Peter Digital Images of Wills A History of the Abraham Family, Mid 's to (Mordecai Abrahams of King William County, Virginia) Line of Descent.
Rosehill, Kansas: B. Abraham, Available at the Virginia Historical Society. [Arnold] MacIvor, Hazel Arnold. Some Ancestors and Descendants of Benjamin Arnold, King William County, Virginia and Greenville, South.
Tristram Thomas, son of Christopher and Juliana Thomas, was christened in Orpington Parish, Kent County, England on 20 September The will for Christopher Thomas, father, of Orpington dated 26 September (probated 8 February /36) leaves Tristram pounds to be paid by executors one year after the death of Christopher.
Among them was a complete record of the Henry family, made by Prof. Totten, of Yale University, in tracing the genealogy of Patrick Henry, who was the greatest statesman this country ever produced. "Alexander Henry, the grandfather of Patrick Henry, and the grandfather of Judge James Henry, of Accomac county, consequently they were first cousins.
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Or A New and Complete History of the County of Kent by William Henry Ireland. Publication date Publisher Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded. To be buried in the orchard I now live by my family.
To my son William Wade acres of land in Hampton Parish. To my grandson Samuel Bond acres at the head of ware Creek in New Kent County, but if he should die without issue, then to my daughter Jane the wife of. Place: New Kent County, Virginia Note Note: William Perkins and his family can be found in the book Descendants of Nicholas Perkins of Virginia by William Hall, but any relationship of William to Nicholas has not been found.
There are similar names passed down in both families and many times descendants of both lines live near each other. Henry Fox Jr, Esq.
New Kent, King and Queen County, Colony of Virginia - managed by Matthew Chancellor William (Fox) Cookworthy 08 May Plymouth, Devon, England - 09 May managed by Mark Chalk. William Hatch, merchant of Kent, England, was a freeman by and later was ruling elder of the second church, now First Parish in Norwell.
In /5 he and his wife Jane, their five children and six servants were passengers on the ship Hercules with Nathaniel Tilden and others. Descendants of Francis Willis of England. Union Flag of England and Scotland () Received in the East Greenwich Parish of Kent County, England.
In that will he left large estates on Ware Creek, SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY VA DEED BOOK C (), p. This list of ancestors represents ancestors who have been used by previous applicants. The list may be used as an avenue in locating a qualifying ancestor. Each new application for membership must provide documentary proof of an applicant's ancestor being a member of the Society of Friends based upon primary sources.
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who probably came to New Haven in the second ship, returned to England with his family in the autumn ofwith his minister, Rev. Henry Whitfield, and died in England Dec. 10,at his family estate of Elsworth, Cambridge. WILLIAM DUDLEY married in at Oakeley in Surrey, England, Jane Lutman (d.The Atkinson Family Tree.
Welcome to the Atkinson's of Botany, Howard Township, Kent County, Province of Ontario, Canada, descendants of William Atkinson of Buckden, the West Riding of Yorkshire, England.The New England Descendants of the Immigrant Ralph Farnum of Rochester, Kent County, England, and Ipswich, Massachusetts: With Many Andover, Massachusetts, and New York and Pennsylvania Descendants: 13 Generations, Russell Clare Farnham: Author: Russell Clare Farnham: Publisher: Peter Randall Publishing, Original from.