3 edition of Genealogy of the John Bott Sr. Family of Washington County, Virginia, 1653 - 2001 found in the catalog.
August 2001 by Writers Club Press .
Written in English
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PREFACE. The Original Tombstone of Col. John Page, the first of his fatfiilyin Virginia, was a marble slab imported from England about the year Insome unknown way itwas broken, and for many years the fragments were scattered about the Episcopal churchyard at Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia.
For the purpose of restoring it,one of the descendants of Co£.File Size: 7MB. Lawson b. Washington Co., VA ( WCV census states TN) + Elizabeth b. VA 3. Elizabeth b. 1/17/ Sullivan Co., TN d. 4/13/ KY m. + Henry Parrigin 3. Jehu b. Note 1. John made his last will in Washington County, Virginia Novem He died before Decemwhen his will was proven in court.
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The John Bernard and Mary Abney genealogy, Fluvanna County, Virginia. Washington Wayne Hevener 28 Nov Highland County, Virginia, USA - 23 Nov last edited 18 Jan Lavina Esther Hevener 31 Jul Highland County, Virginia, USA - 11 Jul Ida M. (Hevener) Proctor 18 Sep Hardin, Ray, Missouri, USA - 10 Mar last edited 12 Dec Notes for John Beery and Barbara Kagey.
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Many second and third generation Boohers moved to Kentucky, especially in the areas of Clinton and Cumberland. These families also intermarried with Washington County VA families, in certain instances, giving them direct link to the descendants of southwestern Virginia families.
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They were Mennonites. John was a farmer and resided at Rockingham County, Virginia. Thomas Vernon, Sr was disowned by the Quaker Meeting at Chester County, Pennsylvania in or Moved in about or with his wife and children to Virginia. Eventually settled at Cub Creek, Virginia (It was called Old Brunswick County, then Lunenberg County shortly after they arrived.
Descendants of James Brown, Sr. Generation No. 1 1. James1 Brown, Sr. was born Abt. in Virginia, and died September in Tazewell County, Virginia. He married Esther Goff Abt. in Virginia. She was born Abt. in Virginia, and died July in Tazewell County, Size: KB. John Lybrook.
John Lybrook was born in Giles County, Virginia, in October, In his parents moved to Preble County, Ohio, where John remained untilwhen he came to Michigan, arriving in December.
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The Bott family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Bott families were found in the UK in In there were 7 Bott families living in Virginia. This was about 27% of all the recorded Bott's in the USA. Virginia. Genealogy Bookstore and Publisher of genealogy books and CDs on family history, vital records, census records, local history, out-of-print books, and other genealogical resource material to find your family tree GENEALOGIES OF SOME OF THE EARLY FAMILIES OF BEDFORD COUNTY.[VIRIGNIA].
By M. Ackerly & L. Parker. () Full text of "The Genealogy of the descendants of John Clough of Salisbury, Massachusetts" See other formats. The Isaac RICHARDSON family is said to have lived in the town of Independence (formerly Williamsburg), Washington County, Pennsylvania.
He probably died after and before the census ofbecause Isaac’s youngest child Elizabeth was born circa The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Apr., ), (Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, VA, ), Pages (Reliability: 2).
Will of Robert Terrill of Orange County, Virginia including notes on these Terrill family members. William Gordon (Rn=), was born 29 January at Berkeley County, Virginia; and died 05 July at Salem, Washington County, Indiana at 59 years of age.
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In the book, Lost Buckingham County, Virginia Marriages found: "Abraham Boatwright & Mary L. Bagby 7 Nov ; married by T.N. Johnson (same man on whose farm Abyhugh was living). Records of Robert Young in Augusta County, VA. From Chalkley's.
(44) Robert Young—same vice John Risk. J (s/b ?) (49) Robert Young qualified Constable. J (66) Order to summon Robert Young for bringing a woman into the County who is likely to be chargeable to the Parish, renewed.; Aug JOHN BAGBY 3, (JOHN 2, JAMES 1) was born Unknown in Hanover County, Virginia and died J in Louisa County, Virginia.
He married THEODOSIA MORRIS, the daughter of WILLIAM MORRIS and ANN WATSON About in Louisa County, Virignia. HOGSTON: MARGARET, ROBERT, JOHN - Virginia - people search, genealogy, find deceased relatives and locate ancestors: Name SSN Date of birth Date of death Lived State Zip Code (Last Residence) Zip Code (Lump Tax payment) VICTORIA HOGSTON.
LUCY JANE BOATWRIGHT (SAMUEL JOSEPH 9, WILLIAM 8, JOHN 7, JOHN 6, BENONI 5, JOHN 4, JOHN 3, JOHN 2, Not Yet Determined 1) was born 25 Feb in New Canton, Buckingham County, Virginia, and died 19 Feb in Buckingham County, married WYLEY H. WOOTTON, son of OVERTON WOOTTON and KATHERINE was born 24 Jul in.
John Craig moved from Virginia to Pennsylvania. About he came to Tyler County, Virginia, now West Virginia, and settled near Shiloh, where he lived until death. James Craig, the father of our subject, was born Augduring his family residence in Greene County, Pennsylvania, and died in Pleasants County, July 7.
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