Published 1985 .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||assembled by Lawrence MacRae.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/688 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 15 leaves|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||87891128|
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Descendants of John Daingerfield and his wife, New Kent County, Virginia, including descendants of Elizabeth Meriweather of Essex Co., Va., Apphia Fauntleroy of Richmond Co., Va., Elizabeth Parker of West Moreland Co., Va.
and their husbands: also Thomas Deaderick and his wife of Frederick Co., Va., and Dora Virginia Deaderick and her husband, Robert Strange MacRae of orange. Descendants of John Daingerfield and His Wife, New Kent County, Virginia, Including Descendants of Elizabeth Meriweather of Essex Co., Va., Apphia Fauntleroy of Richmond Co., Va., Elizabeth Parker of West Moreland Co., Va.
and Their Husbands: also Thomas Deaderick and His Wife of Frederick Co., New Kent County, and Dora Virginia Deaderick and Her. Source: Descendants of John Daingerfield and his wife, New Kent County, Virginia, including descendants of Elizabeth Meriweather of Essex Co., Va., Apphia Fauntleroy of Richmond Co., Va., Elizabeth Parker of West Moreland Co., Va.
and their husbands: also Thomas Deaderick and his wife of Virginia 1640. book Co., Va., and Dora Virginia Deaderick and her husband, Robert Strange MacRae of.
Descendants of John Daingerfield and His Wife, New Kent County, Virginia, Including Descendants of Elizabeth Meriweather of Essex Co., Thomas Newman,Original Immigrant to Richmond County Virginia and Some of His Descendants: A Newman Family History and Genealogy. Atlanta, Georgia: P.E. Newman, Daingerfield, William, son of John Daingerfield and Anne Walker, his wife, daughter Dade, Francis, son of William Dade, Esq., Lancaster county.
of delegates and in was made judge of was son of Thomas Curtis and Aver- Smith. He married Behethland Bernard, clerk of New Kent county in ; married Curtis. the general court. Descendants of John Daingerfield and His Wife, New Kent County, Virginia, Including Descendants of Elizabeth Meriweather of Essex Co., John Fulkerson, His Family and Descendants, Typescript, National Library, The Painter Family.
FHL Book Pa. [Painter] Banter, Arthur Neal. New Kent County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Probate Records, Marriages Captain John Smith visited this area in and since that time many Europeans began immigrating into Virginia. New Kent County once formed part of Charles River County, one of the eight shires into which the colony of Virginia was divided in Genealogy profile for Elizabeth "Isabella" Yard.
Elizabeth "Isabella" Miller, daughter of James Miller, was born Aug in New Kent County in the Virginia Colony, Colonial America, and died on Febru (63) Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County in the Province of Virginia.
There is controversy about John's death. Reportedly, he died 12/2/ in New Kent Co VA. Had he died in Virginia, he would have been buried at the family plantation near his father and where wife Isabella would eventually be buried.
The answer to the question comes from following Isabella. 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. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published New Kent County George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage.
John died 8/21/ on the family plantation. The cemetery is now located in New Kent Co VA. Christened 2/22/ St Telios Church, Llantilio Pertholey, Monmouthshire, Wales. Research genealogy for John Daingerfield of New Kent, New Kent County, Virginia Colony, as well as other members of the Daingerfield family, on Ancestry®.
Julian, Walter and Philip Meredith were in Virginia inand there were land grants to Thomas in New Kent County, and to John in Lancaster County, Philip Meredith bought land in Northampton County, afterand dying left daughters #eth, m Paul Marsh.
#2 mary, m Ralph Hinman. #3 Eleanor, m George Drewit. Thomas Jefferson to Mary Daingerfield, 11 March Skip navigation.
Go to main content. Home Lawrence MacRae, “Descendants of John Daingerfield and his Wife, New Kent County, Virginia, ” [ typescript at Vi]; Fredericksburg Virginia Herald, 25 Aug. 25 Feb. John Holmes Freeman. At a Court held for said County, Jthe foregoing writing was proved by the oaths of the subscribing witnesses and ordered to be recorded as the lst Will and Testament of James M.
Apperson, Dec'd. teste Bat D. Christian, ct cur. Reference New Kent Will Book 1, pg. Other Early Settlers [Source documents noted] ADAMS, Ebenezer (d. ) New Kent county; son of Richard Adams, of Abridge, Essex, citizen and merchant tailor of London. [William and Mary Quarterly] ADAMS, Thomas (in Virginia shortly before ), Isle of Wight county; brother of William Adams, of Kenton, Devon.
[William and Mary Quarterly] JONES, Cadwallader (in Virginia ), Stafford County. WILLIAM BOSTICK was born in in St. Paul Parish, New Kent County, Virginia4. He died on 30 Dec in Goochland County, Virginia He married ELIZABETH AUDLEY.
She was born in She died in iii. JOHN BOSTICK. More About John Bostick: Property: in New Kent County, Virginia; owned acres of land7 iv.
VENECIA. John Sr., married Eady Llewellin (aka Llewellen), born in in Virginia, aroundand they had several children, including John II, born ca. either in Norfolk County or New Kent County (later was Hanover Co.). John II became a Colonel in the British colonial Army.
Online Images of Wills and Estates Families in Isle of Wight County, Virginia Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Marriages, Court House Records History: Inthe site of Patesfield was selected for a new town.
Jean Lovina, the slave of John Nichols was probably his mistress since he called her his "Negro Woman" and her children "my two Molattos" when he gave them their freedom and left them acres by his 11 November Norfolk County will [6:fol, in McIntosh, Lower Norfolk County.
John was born inin New Kent, Virginia, USA. They had 6 children: Susan Fox (born Cotterell), William Daingerfield and 4 other children. Ann passed away inat age 31 at death place, Virginia.
Father: John Daingerfield, b.England, d. 21 JunSouth Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia - Probate (Age 89 years): Mother: Anne Walker, b. Abt Please note: Residency in Virginia by is the only criteria for a qualifying ancestor. Featherstone William Charles City County, VA Ferris, Elizabeth, Henrico Co, VA, c Councillor John, New Kent Co, VA, by Ligon, Thomas, Henrico Co, VA, NOTE: Elizabeth Ware came to Virginia Colony with her husband JohnGarrett.
She wanted to join her father Peter Ware Sr and brothers Peter,Jr. and Nicholas Sr. Her husband and brother Nicholas Ware Sr patentedland in New Kent County on thenorth side of the Mattapony River.
Thearea in was made part of King and Queen County, VA. [, ] Later during the rebellion Baldridge and his wife, Dorothy, occupied the Jesuit manor house at St.
Inigoes. [, ] ByBaldridge was living in Northumberland County, Virginia, and appeared against Lee Nott in the Index to Northumberland County Deeds and Orders Book 1 .
The story o f the Lewis family and their lands in the county of King and Queen has been taken from two articles entitled "John Lewis () of Monmouthshire and Glou chester and New Kent Counties in Virginia," and "Captain Edward Lewis ( 3) of King and Queen County, Virginia and His Family" which evolved from the findings in the.
Lancelot Bathurst was the son of Edward Bathurst and wife Susannah Rich. He was born in Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England in and died in in New Kent, Virginia. He married Susannah Lane. He was an attorney and held several public offices in Virginia. Thomas Carter II of Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia: His Ancestry and Descendants, and Sketches on Certain Families with Whom Carter Descendants Have Married: Garnett, Roy, Hoskins and Byrd.
Williamsburg, Virginia: Virginia Gazette, FHL Fiche [Carter] Carter, Robert Randolph. Carter Family Tree. MSS. She was born in Williamsburg, New Kent, Virginia, and died 21 Aug in Surry County, Virginia3.
Notes for CAPT. JOHN (CAPT.) MASON: Captain John Mason, Gentleman of Surry County, Virginia and his wife Elizabeth first appear in Surry County, Virginia in when he was the plaintiff in a suit and must have been of age.
St Peter's Parish Church New Kent County, VA St Peter's Parish Church in New Kent County is completely surrounded by forests. It can be reached from route 33 (between West Point and Richmond) by going about a mile north of Talleysville on route and about.5 farther on route Dandridge, Bartholomew, son of Colonel John Dandridge, of New Kent county, was born Decemand died Ap He represented New Kent county in the house of burgesses in andand in the conventions of and of He was a member of the house of delegates and in was made judge of the general court.
Queen Cockacoeske had an illegitimate son, Capt. John West, by John West, son of Gov. John West of Va. Capt. John West was with his mother, Cockacoeske, and Cornelius Dabney in the late s when the famous Treaty of Middle Plantation was signed by the various leaders of. FamilySearch Wiki.
Search. Richmond County, Virginia Compiled Genealogies. favor of the conclusion that he moved to New Kent County after he improved his grant. Records of York County survive fairly intact for this period.
No records survive for New Kent County at the level of the local court before Children of John 2 Bunch I (wife unknown): 2 i Paul 3 Bunch, born about –58 (see below). 3 ii John. Both he and his son John were active in the Saint Peter's Parish, in New Kent County, Virginia.
Several mentions were made of John, Sr. and John, Jr. When John Sr. gave the land and timber for the building of a new Church, John, Jr. was on a list of Contractors and Builders. ABSTRACTS OF VIRGINIA LAND PATENTS (with added notes by the original author) Prepared By W.G.
Stanard RecordsJune - August () Mr. William Stone  1, acres, beginning at the blunt point between Hunger's and Mattawamus Creeks, and abutting westerly on the bay, due for his own personal adventure and for that of his brother, Andrew Stone, and for the transportation of Both he and his father John were active in Saint Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia.
Several mentions are made of John, Sr. and John, Jr. When John Sr. gave the land and timber for the building of a new Church, John, Jr. was on a list of contractors and builders. Garland Hopkins asserts that James Freeman, who died 23 January /88 in New Kent County, Virginia, was the father of John Freeman, Sr.
of Surry County, Virginia, our common known ancestor. 90 However, no documentary proof of this relationship has been found. In fact, there is nothing to document that James Freeman had any children whatsoever.
A John Upshere and family were living in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, as early as Vestry Book and Register of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent and James City Counties, Virginia, (Richmond, ), pp. 94, These records may refer to John the immigrant and/or his son.
He died before 22 Sep at St. Stephen's Parish, New Kent County, VA, when he was called dec'd by a patent. Children of John and wife Mary include: John Jr - b. circad. before 24 Mar /26; m. Isabella MINOR? Henry - b.
circad. after Martha - b. say On 16Aug John Lewis received patent of acres in New Kent and Gloucester County on Poropotank Swamp, below his plantation by old woman point adjacent Timothy Lowdell, John Leviston, Mattapony Swamp, Richard Major Jr., George Major, Popetico [sic] Swamp, John Chamberline, to branch dividing land of John Fox, to John Nettle.Edited by William Armstrong Crozier Reprint of a serial published in New York ; in Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., by the Genealogical Association.