2 edition of Tickle, Bunts, Bond, and Jennings families of southwest Virginia found in the catalog.
Tickle, Bunts, Bond, and Jennings families of southwest Virginia
J. R. Tickle
1996 by Bob"s Books in Morristown, TN (1633 LeDean Dr., Morristown 37814) .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.R. Tickle.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.T5536 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||97104755|
In the colonial period, portraiture proved to be a particularly useful tool in establishing and preserving family status. This exhibit presents nineteen portraits from the Virginia Historical Society's collection. Represented are the Randolph, Byrd, Fitzhugh, Wormeley, and Gordon families. This exhibit presents twenty-four portraits from the Virginia Historical Society's. Louise Wright Bailey was born on 13 August in Roanoke, Virginia. She was a graduate of Jefferson High School, Roanoke College and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (then the Women’s College of the University of North Carolina), from which she .  Gibson J. McConnaughey, Deed Book 5 and Deed Book 6, Amelia County, Virginia Deeds (Amelia, VA: Mid-South Publishing Co., ), abstract of Amelia Co, Deed Book 5:  Phebe Winn Holland’s son Joseph Holland was a tithable in (white males were taxable at age 16 in Virginia from through ), so Joseph was born. R. 3 Tickle III (John R. 2 Tickel, Jr., John R. 1) was born Abt. in Guilford County, North Carolina, and died married (1) Rebecca???, daughter of Ammiel Willis and Polly died married (2) Jane Willis Ma in In bond -- Giles County, was born in Virginia, and died Unknown. Children of John Tickle and Rebecca??? are.
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The Bunts family of Wythe Co., Virginia. The early ancestor is said to have come to Wythe Co. from Germany in Joseph Bond I (), the emigrant, was born in Devizes, Wiltshire, England to Benjamin Bond and Ann Paradise.
Published Genealogy Books and Articles [edit | edit source] Use this list to: [Underwood] Tickle, James Robert. The Tickle, Bunts, Bond and Jennings Families of Southwest Virginia: A Family History with Some North Carolina Roots.
Morristown, Tenn.: J.R. Tickle, Published Genealogy Books and Articles. Use this list to: The Tickle, Bunts, Bond and Jennings Families of Southwest Virginia: A Family History with Some North Carolina Roots.
Morristown, Tenn.: J.R. Tickle, Available at FHL. V W. First Last Year Settled Surveyed Other Parties Watershed Creek Robert Edmonson SFHR John Weaver December 1, NFHR James Anderson. Births • Deaths • Baptisms • Marriages • Divorces • Burials • Families • Residents Daily life Before • • • • • • •.
The following is a roster of soldiers who served in the Revolutionary War and were connected in someway to Southwest Virginia.
This roster is based on the transcription given by C. Leon Harris of the roster given in Source:Summers, et information has been excluded (namely, the soldiers listed by Summers as participating in the Battle of Point Pleasant during. The Peytons of Virginia II: being an account of the ancient and knightly family of Peyton of Suffolk and especially those who became planters in his majesty’s colony of Virginia.
Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press ; Great Falls, VA ( Holly Knoll Circle, Great Falls ): Book orders to Alta J. Ginn, 2 vols. TICKEL/TICKLE FAMILY GENEALOGY NEWSLETTER VOLUME 2, NUMBER 2 J July~ is the th anniversary of the Battle of. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
There were ten members of the Tickle family who were infantry men in the Army of Northern Virginia and participated inthat battle. The three day battle was complex and records of. Joseph TICKLE b. Abt in England d. Abt in NSW, Australia.
John Sullivan 12/12/ Tickle family of Birmingham. Born in Eccleston, Lancashire, England on Before Oct to William Tickle and Mary Ashall. Henry Tickle married Ellen Tickle and had 10 children. He passed away on Abt Jun in St Helens, Lancashire, England.
Southwest Virginia. About one Thomas Ingles and his son William, then a young man, made an exploration west of the Blue Ridge, and while on this trip became acquainted with George Draper and his family, who were residing at Pattonsburg, Virginia, on James River. Some time. Bedford County, Virginia Will Books Entries for the will books below were abstracted from original records: Bedford County, Virginia Will Books "" - to and Will Book "2" - to COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX Index, Softcover, "x11" VA, $ Bedford County, Virginia Will Book "3" - to [Bunts] Tickle, James Robert.
The Tickle, Bunts, Bond and Jennings Families of Southwest Virginia: A Family History with Some North Carolina Roots. Morristown, Tennessee: J.R. Tickle, c FHL Collection [Burkett] See Old Mount Airy Addendum () in the General section. C [Calhoun] Calhoun, Robert Dabney.
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, $ THE FIRST PIONEER FAMILIES OF VIRGINIA.
By A. Quisenberry. Virginia was settled at James town in May,under the au spices of the London Company, which continued to control the in fant colony untilwhen the charter of the company was revoked and the government of the colony was vested in á governor and coun.
[Bunts] Tickle, James Robert. The Tickle, Bunts, Bond and Jennings Families of Southwest Virginia: A Family History with Some North Carolina Roots.
Morristown, Tennessee: J.R. Tickle, c FHL Collection [Burkett] See Old Mount Airy Addendum () in the General section. C [edit | edit source] [Calhoun] Calhoun, Robert Dabney.
This collection of marriage records includes the names of overmen and women married in Virginia between and Virginia, U.S., Compiled Marriages, Records of marriages from various Virginia counties.
Virginia, U.S., Compiled Marriages, Database of Virginia marriages to The following from Janice Abercrombie's book Free Blacks of Louisa County, Virginia: DB G, I David Crenshaw from a clear conviction of the impropriety of slavery do seet free the following slaves and their issue, only desire the guardian care of those under age until become of age, Roger, Cate, Cain, London shall go out the 25th December Founders & First Families of Colonial Virginia: Ancestors of: Thomas Edward Noell & Mildred Martha Turpin Bedford County, Virginia: Surnames Emigrated to Virginia ~ Allen Barwick Bernard Beverley Boggs Branch Burton Cartwright Cheatwood Christian Clayton Fogg Fowler Gaines Goode Gorsuch Hatcher Hewes James Keeble Key Lewis Lovelace Lowry Miller Millner Newport Noell Page.
Among the more unusual resources is a collection of abstracts from 18th century Virginia newspapers (found in the book Genealogical Abstracts from 18th-Century Virginia Newspapers). Extracted from more than 7, issues of 80 newspapers, each abstract provides at least two pieces of.
THE JENNINGS AND ALLIED FAMILIES' HISTORY. ANNA SUSAN JENNINGS BRANAMAN. Anna Susan Jennings married James Aden Branaman on Octo in Tarrant County, Texas. [View photo of couple.] This page traces her ancestry back to the mid 's, following several allied maternal lines as well as the Jennings line.
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These individuals were the inhabitants of the Swan Creek Plantation located in Wingina, Nelson. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Lydia Ella Bunts Tickle (29 May –10 Sep ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
citing Woodland Cemetery, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina, USA. Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Court Records: Book “A” and Book “B” /2 Lunenburg County, Virginia Marriage Bonds, Marriage Bonds of Henrico County, Virginia. Genealogies of Virginia Families: From Tyler’s Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine.4 Volumes.
McWhorter, Connelley, and MacLean, The border settlers of northwestern Virginia from to embracing the life of Jesse Hughes and other noted scouts of the great woods of the trans-Allegheny.
Genealogy for Lottie Virginia (Jennie) Tickle ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Margaret Ann Tickle Banes (3 Nov –8 Jun ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
citing Goshen Methodist Church Cemetery, Little Creek, Bland County, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by EAHJr (contributor ).
David Meade qualified as Ex. Inventory returned to David Meade. June 2, (Wilson Curle, grandson and devisee of Colonel William Wilson, born Decem Order Bookp. ) October 3, Between John Jennings and Lydia his wife of the County of Elizabeth City and Thomas Smith of the County aforesaid.
New River Notes, a leading genealogy resource for the New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia, launched its new look website today. New River Notes was originally launched in by Jeffrey C. Weaver providing New River Valley researchers with a new wealth of information and that tradition is continued today by the Grayson County.
A Virginia family history, first published inbased on family, church, and court records. Bound in at end of volume 2: Jennings Cropper Wise, Wire’s Digested Index and Genealogical Guide to Bishop Meade’s Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia (Richmond, ).
This book--the first of three in a series by Mrs. Foley designed to identify the earliest settlers of Virginia--will assist the researcher in finding colonial and immigrant ancestors in Henrico County and that part of Henrico cut off to form Goochland County, and to place them in the milieu of their land patents.
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The first settlement in what became known as the Virginia Colony was Jamestown, which was founded in It was set up to be the center of the Virginia Colony's government and commerce. Later inVirginia was created as a royal colony that included the original Jamestown settlement, when King James I revolked the charter of the bankrupt Virginia Company and the colony transferred.
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Some Virginia families: being genealogies of the Kinney, Stribling, Trout, McIlhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormick, and other families of Virginia. This hard-to-put down book tells the story of Rob, an English orphan, who is kidnapped and sold as an indentured servant to a cruel Tobacco farmer in colonial Virginia.
The story is so well-paced and action-packed you don't even realize you're learning quite a bit about American history as you tear through the s: 4. Blankenbeckler family of southwest Virginia and related families; The border settlers of northwestern Virginia from to ; The Bowmans, a pioneering family in Virginia, Kentucky and the northwest territory; Branches of the John Carey family to Virginia, N.
Carolina, Ohio and on west. The plaintiff, Richard Tickle, an infant, who sues by his next friend, instituted this action of trespass on the case in the Circuit Court of McDowell County in March,to recover damages from the defendants, Raymond Barton, a resident of Austinville, Virginia, and Lawrence Coleman, for personal injuries inflicted upon him by a motor.
Genealogies of Virginia Families: From the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Baltimore: Reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co, Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly With, Virginia Gleanings in England, by Lothrop Withington.
Genealogical Pub Co, The book unveils new discoveries about colonial Virginia families and expands on the pair's first collaboration, "The Life and Times of Patriot Edward Williams.".
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