Sunday, October 19, 2014

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Genealogies: Over 300 Family Names Traced

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Sir Francis Bacon
Descendants of Sir Francis Bacon came to Virginia

A List of Traced Virginia Families and Genealogies

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P-Q | | R | S | T | U| V | W | XYZ


ANCIENT FAMILIES FROM THE BRITISH ISLES TO VIRGINIA (traced from English Records)

  1. Burwell of England and York County, Virginia
  2. Cocke of Shropshire
  3. Chiefs Colquhoun of Scotland
  4. Hardy of London and Isle of Wight County, Virginia
  5. Molyneux/Mullenax of Lancastershire
  6. Nicholson of Suffolk
  7. Stokes. 1312-1903.
  8. Yuille (Yowell) of Dumbarton, Scotland

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Surrounding Documents

Lancaut Peninsular. Tidenham.
So you did not find viable evidence of your ancestor's heritage in the records. When we start examining records such as land patents and immigration records, there appears to be scant information.  A person pays the passage of a number of people to America, and those names are provided.  The reason he is bring others is that they are his family members or servants.  For each head, he is granted more land.  Here is an example.

"7 January 1659. William Collins of Tidenham, Gos, bound to John South of Bristol, merchant, to serve 5 years in Virginia." The Complete Book of Imigrants by Coldham.

First of all, Tidenham is a village in west Gloucestershire in the Forest of Dean district. This is where to begin the search for the Collins name.  One needs to do a little research and discover the name of the local parish. Then search those records. The English maintained excellent church records of dates of christenings, deaths and marriages and all of that needs to be explored.  Next, it is necessary to discover what ecclesiastical district has the the civil and probate records.  The 18th century script is quite different from what we know today, so it is necessary to bone up on that.  As one ventures into the 1400s and 1500s, you see some Latin.   Apparently this William Collins was a servant of John South of Bristol, England who was bound for Virginia.  To locate Collins in Virginia, one needs to first find John South. Try find some old South Wills in Terrence's book on Virginia Wills and Administrations and zero in on that county.  A servant released in 1664 would probably rent some of his former master's land, or continue to work for him in some way.  At any rate, the association of the South and Collins names should be considered during the research process.  Old deeds, wills, land patents, anything during that period should be examined carefully, noting all of the names in the inventories of estates, appraisements, etc.  Collecting the names of witnesses and other relatives is actually a description of the neighborhood.  There were not too many citizens of Virginia during those years, so a study of everyone in the district should not be too difficult.  A window of understanding opens up as more is learned about the doings of the neighbors.  The puzzle begins to come together.  Those who came as indentured servants would not have created any records for themselves, such as land purchases, until their release.  After that, we are working with bits and pieces until eventually some descendant purchases land or leaves a will or an estate.  It is always smart to read all of the wills and estate records of the neighborhood.  That is because there is so much there!  Names of relatives and places, friends, neighbors, and a network of activity. Virginia Wills are replete with special data, such as former properties in Great Britain and the names of relatives remaining there. The old wills contain the mother load of genealogical data. Thus, irrespective of whether you find a will for your ancestor, all wills of the neighbors should be read and studied for mention of your ancestors. That is where the sons-in-laws are and their parents.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Alexandria City Virginia Images of Wills, Estates, Orphans Records, Genealogy

Alexandria City Virginia Probate Records



Alexander City County, Virginia Alexander City County, Virginia Alexander City County, Virginia Pictured is a map and Old Town. Alexandria is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia located on the Western bank of the Potomac River. The historic center of Alexandria is known as Old Town. A portion of adjacent Fairfax County, Virginia is named Alexandria, but is under the jurisdiction of Fairfax County and separate from the city; the city is sometimes referred to as the City of Alexandria or Alexandria City to avoid confusion. In 1920, Virginia's General Assembly voted to incorporate what had been Alexandria County as Arlington County, Virginia. The surviving court house records for Alexander | City begin in 1800 and are inclusive of old wills and testaments, detailed inventories, orphan records, and so on.

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Indexes to Probate Records Wills and Inventories 1800 to 1804
  • Wills and Inventories 1800 to 1804
  • Wills and Inventories 1804 to 1807
  • Wills and Inventories 1807 to 1810
Images of Wills,Inventories, orphans | Records, Book A, 1800 to 1804

Alexander, M. | Alexander, Mark | Alexander, Robert | Alexander, Walter Stoddert | Baggett, Elizabeth | Baggett, Samuel | Beedle, Thomas | Boyer, John | Brown, Catharine | Brown, Lewis | Bun, Cavan | Butt, Jacob | Cardin, Daniel | Carter, Daniel | Cary, Josephl | Chapman, William |, Captain | Clark, James Jr. | Copper, Cyrus | Craycroft, Francis | Dandridge, Bartholomew | Dandridge, B. | Dixon, James | Doucale, Edward | Douglass, Daniel | Dyson, Joseph | Earle, Abbott | Emmet, Josiah | Floyd, Thomas | Franke, Philip | | French, Mr. | Gilpin, George appointed Judge of orphans | Court by Thomas Jefferson | Grace, John | Graham, David | Gutter, Margaret | Hampson, Bryan | Harrison, Barbara Harrison, Samuel | Hathens, Mica | Hubball, John | Hunter, Charles | Hunter, William | Hull, John | Jones, John W. | Keader, Cloe | Kelton, George | Kester, Eve | King, John | Kirk, Robert W. | Kish, D. | Langden, Adam | Langden, Robert | Langston, Benjamin | Langston, Hannah | | Lawrence, John | Lewis, Samuel | Lotsbaigj, Peter Lowe, Margaret | Magruder, Basil | Magruder, Philip | Marsletter, Philip | Masters, Mary | Masterson, Sarah | Matheson, Kenneth | McAllister, Daniel | McCleon, Archibald | McDaniel | l, Ann Mills, William | Mitchell, William | Munford, John | Murray, Patrick | Myers, John | Penniger, John | Porter, Thomas | Pugh, Jesse | Reardon, John | Redman, Thomas | Render, Thomas | Sanders, John | Sanders, Joseph | Scott, Dennis | Shortill, Luke | Shreve, Benjamin | Smith, Daniel | Smith, Jacob | Smith, Rebecca | Smith, Sarah | Smith, Thomas | Summers, George | Swope, Adam | Swope, Eve Barbara Thompson, David | Thompson, William | Thurber, Charles | Troope, Adam | Washington, William | Henry | Wilson, Margaret | Wiston, Lewis

Images of Wills, Inventories, Estates, orphans | Records, Book B, 1804 to 1807

Alexander |, Charles | Alexander |, Mark | Allen, Samuel | Allison, William | Anderson, James | Barron, Thomas | Bartholomew, Sarah | Benter, Samuel | Bethethland-Dade Bowling orphans | Bowling, John | Bowling, William | Boyd, John | Boyer, Elizabeth | Brown, Hannah | Buelle, Thomas | Brown, William | Bundell, Thomas | Butt, Jacob | Carter, Robert | Chapman, Nathaniel Clarke, Thomas | Collins, Daniel | Conway, Josephl | Conway, Richard | Conway, Robert | Conway, Thomas | Cooke, Leonard | Cotton, Cassina | Crack, William | Crandell, Thomas | Crosby, Jesse | Curtain, Daniel | Dade, Margaret | Dandridge, Bartholomew | Daniel | le, Edward | Daniel | ll, Francis | Darley, Michael | Davey, David | Davill, Richard | Davis, Samuel | Deblois, James | Dibleau, James | Smith Dixon, John | Douglass, Daniel | Douglass, David | Draynon, Alexander | Duff, John | Dunlop, John | Dyson, Joseph | Eakin, Matthew | Elivine, Francis | Farrell, Thomas | Foster, John | Fowler, John | Gillies, James | Gird, Henry | Goss, Peter | Grace, John | Graham, David | Gumbery, Gene | Gunnell, Presley Gutter, John | Gutter, Margaret | Hall, John | Harper, Edward | Harper, John | Harper orphans | Henley, Eugene | Hewes, Abram | Hewes, William | Higginton, James B. | Higginton, Seth | Hill, John | Hines, Abram | Hodgins, Thomas | Hodgson, William | Hoke, George | Hopewell, John | Horthill, Elizabeth | Howell, Thomas | Jr. Hubball, John | Huber, William | Hull, John | Hull, Nancy | Humbleton, Susanna | Hussey, Henry | Jamey, Aquila Jamieson, Charles | Keel, Hugh Kenton, Lucy Kesler, Jacob | Kevin, Duncan Killen, George | Killen orphans | Kimberly, Morris King, John | Kising, John | Kivelin, Thomas | Lammond, Alexander | Langston, Benjamin | Latimer, Alexander | Latimer, William | Lee, William Ludwell | Lemon, John | Lewis, Samuel | Lightfoot, John | Lightfoot, Samuel | Limerick, Robert | Long, Samuel | Lowe, Margaret | Lumsden, John | Lunt, Ezra | Lyles, Enoch Magruder | Lyon, Randolph | Madden, Mary | Mallocks, Mary | Manley, Barbara | Marle, Josephl | Mars, Philip | Marsteller, Philip | Mason, Sarah | Mates, Andrew | Mathieson, Kenneth | McDaniell, Ann | McNiven, John | Milligan, Robert | Mills, William | Milton, Henry | Mitchell, James | Mitchell, William | Montgomerie, Matthew | Myers, George | Nislett, Thomas | Nowells, Elizabeth | Owens, William | Pack, James | Pearson, Sarah | Pendal, Richard | Proudfoot, Mary | Pugh, Isaac | Pugh, Jesse | Reader, Thomas | Reed, Nelson | Resder, Chloe | Richard, Francis | Richardson, Elizabeth | Richardson, F. | Ross, William Dungerfield | Ross, William | Shanks, James | Sharman, Mary | Shields, Thomas | Shropshire, William | Shreve, Benjamin | Shurber, Charles | Sims, Eleanor | Singleton, George | Sistell, Thomas | Smith, Daniel | Smith, Eleanor | Smith, John | Smith, John Anderson | Smith, Rebecca | Smith, William | Smith, Thomas | Smoot, Hezekiah Sneed, Zephaniah Summers, William | Sutton, James America | Swope, P. B. | Swope, S. | Taylor, Andrew | Taylor, Susanna | Thompson, George | Timmerman, Henry | Turner, Charles to John West | Turner, Francina | Uhler, Elizabeth | Vislett, Thomas | Washington, Elizabeth | Washington, William Henry | Weston, William | Williams, Margaret | Wilson, John | Wilson, Margaret | Wilson, William Ramsey | Wood, Louisa | Yost, Allen | Yost, John |

Images of Wills, Inventories, Estates, orphans Records, Book C, 1807 to 1810

Abercrombie, Robert | Addams, Jeremiah | Allen, Samuel | Allen, William | Anderson, John | Bacon, James | Branaugh, Sarah | Braston, George | Butts, Jacob | Cardin, James | Carter, George | Carter, S. | Catlett, John | Children, Lewis | Clark, Rose | Coleman, Josephl | Conway, Richard | Conway, Robert | Craig, Samuel | Craik, George Washington | Crandell, Elizabeth | Crandell, Susanna | Crandell, Thomas | Curtain, Daniel | Cusalos, James | Davell, Richard | Davey, David | Davies, Benjamin | Davies, Thomas | Dillon orphans | Douglass, Daniel | Dunlap, John | Dunlap, Mary | Dusieul, Adelaide | Eakin, Matthew | Ellis, Phillippe | Farrell, John | Farrell, Thomas | Fitzhugh, Henry | Fitzhugh, William | Flannigan, Clarissa | Foster, John | Gardner, John | Gird, Henry | Gardner, John | Greenway, Rebecca | Gunnel, Jannett Gunnell, Presley, orphans | Hall, William James | Halley, William | Hambleton, Susanna | Hanley, Eugene | Harper, Joseph | Harper, John, Captain | Henry, John | Herman, Frederick | Hillriget, Christian Ludwick | Hodgkins, Thomas | Hooe, Robert Townshend | Huber, Benjamin | Huber, William | Hull, John | Isaac, Elizabeth | Jackson, Anna | Jacob | , Thomas | Jamieson, Andrew | Janney, Aquila | Jones, Catesby | Kirby, Richard | Lammond, Alexander, Captain | Latimer, Alexander | Latimore, Alexander | Lightfoot, John | Logan, Randolph | Lumsden, John | Lunigel, Ignatius | Magrath, Owen | Magrath, Revot | Mandeville, John | Mandeville, Jonathan | Margalind, Samuel | Marle, Hannah | Marle, Joseph | Martin, William | May, Edward | McMunn, George | McRea, James Mease | McRae, John | Miller, Absalom | Moxley, Anna Maria Munford, John | Nicholas, Lewis | Nisbet, William | Perrin, Joseph | Perrin, Joseph Marie | Pierce, Nathaniel Jr. | Pieveu, Henry | Reardon orphans | Reed, Nelson | Richardson, Forrest | Risan, Hanson | Russell, James | Sellers, John | Shanks, James | Shielly, Levin | Shreve, Benjamin | Simms, Thomas | Smith, Adelaide Smith, David | Smith, Rebecca | Snell, Catherine | Stevens, Elizabeth | Sutton, James | America Sweet, Margaret | Symonds, Samuel | Thurber, Charles | Timmersman, Henry | Wadsworth, Charles | Wadsworth, Elizabeth | Walsh, Alice | Watts, John | West, Hugh | West, Roger | Weston, Mary | Whittington, Thomas | William |s, Thomas | Wilson, George | Wilson, John | Wilson, James | Wilson, Margaret | Wise, Peter | Woodrow, John | Woodson, John | Yeaton, John | Young, Clem | Zepernick, Mary Ann

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Monday, October 13, 2014

Happy Halloween !

During the last year http://virginiapioneers.net has collected images of old wills and estates to the website.  The images are easy to load and read on your computer (reading 18th century script requires patience). Saves a great deal of time for the genealogists to know if their ancestors left a will or estate in one of the counties.  You can view each county and get the names of the testators. Then, if you want to join Virginia Pioneers and view the documents for yourself for all of the great information they contain, click here 

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Your Ancestors in History

There are many old Virginia wills and administrations of estates which will help discover where your ancestors came from originally. The early wills provide interesting details, such as the names of friends and relatives, imported bricks and nails, inventories of books, farm utensils, sloops, and a general overview of the hardships suffered to immigrate.  These records help the researcher to understand that even though the ancestor was not a famous character, he also played important role in history.  The wills themselves are strong evidence of a person's lifestyles and the struggles which they encountered in the New World. A great beginning is to read the old wills online at www.virginiapioneers.net  


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Tons of new records added to Virginia Pioneers.net - Grayson Co. VA Wills, Estates, Appraisements, Guardianships

Grayson County, Virginia Genealogy



Grayson CountyGalax, VirginiaGrayson CountyGrayson CountyGrayson CountyGrayson County was formed in 1792 from Wythe and Patrick Counties; it was the parent of Carroll County. The books listed below contain inventories, wills, appraisements and guardians returns. 

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Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills and Estates 1796 to 1839
  • Wills and Estates 1839 to 1849

      Images of Wills and Estates 1796 to 1839

      • Alderman, Jacob | Allen, William | Anderson, James | Anderson, John
      • Baldwin, Thomas Ballard, Byrom | Beal, John Beason, William | Bennett, James | Blair, Thomas | Blevins, Dillon | Blevins, Jefferson | Blevins, John | Bobbitt, William | Boulson, Isaac | Bourn, William | Boyer, William H. | Brown, John | Bryant, John | Bryant, Thomas | Burrus, William | Buson, William Byrd, Samuel Byrd, William
      • Carnes, Abel | Causey, Jacob | Clark, Stephen | Coattrane, David | Coleman, Peter Collins, Muhlen | Combes, Zedekiah | Comer, John | Comer, John W. | Connoy, Barney | Cooley, Daniel | Cooley, David | Cooley, Peter | Corcan, Daniel | Cornett, James | Cornett, Sarah | Cornett, Sary | Coulson, Jacob | Coulson, John | Cox, David | Cox, Joshua | Curlan, William | Currie, William | Currin, George | Currin, Martha
      • Daniel, Nehemiah | Davis, Love | Davis, Moses | Deal, John | Dean, Anthony | Dickenson, John | Dickenson, Martin | Dickson, William | Dicky, Matthew | Dillard, Matthew | Dilyard, Edward | Drury, Lazarus |
      • East, Drury | East, William | Edwards, Catharine | Edwards, Isaac | Edwards, James | Edwards, Jane | Edwards, John | Fanning, John | Farmer, Barnet | Farmer, James | Farr, John | Fields, Dennis | Frost, John | Fulton, David
      • Garrot, Phillip | Gittins, Richard | Goad, Robert | Green, Isaac | Greer, William | Grigg, John A.
      • Hail, Dudley | Hail, Stephen | Hall, Thomas | Hampton, Wade | Hanigan, Daniel | Harden, William | Hare, Lewis Harkin, Conrad | Harmon, Joseph | Harmon, Sary | Hays, Isaac | Hays, Jacob | Heatt, Joseph | Henson, Benjamin | Herman, Henry | Hetton, Elias | Hiatt, Amos | Hiatt, Asher | Hiatt, William | Hill, John | Holland, George Hooser, George | Houk, Peter | Huff, Peter
      • Isom, John | Jackson, Joseph | Johnson, Jacob | Johnson, Joseph | Jones, George | Jones, Minitree | Jones, Samuel | Jones, William | Jusan, Joseph
      • Keith, George | Kelly, Eden | Kelly, John | Kenny, John
      • Larson, Richard | Leonard, William | Linton, William | Long, William | Lundy, John | Lundy, Richard
      • Mallory, Moses | Mallory, Thomas | Martin, Jane | McCure, James | Mitchell, Stephen | Montgomery, Irvin | Morris, Isaac
      • Newman, C. | Nuckells, Charles | Ogle, Hercules | Ogle, Thomas | Osborne, Enoch | Ott, Sylvester
      • Parks, James | Patton, James | Patton, Nancy | Patton, Thomas | Perkins, Aria | Phillips, James | Phillips, Thomas | Phillips, Tobias | Phipps, Benjamin | Pool, John | Pool, William | Porter, David Andrew | Porter, James | Porter, Patience | Prater, Newman | Prichard, James | Pugh, David | Pugh, William
      • Raines, John | Rankin, William | Rector, Jacob | Rector, Mary | Rewes, George Jr. | Ring, Martin | Roberts, William | Robinson, John | Rowark, Timothy | Rudy, Jacob | Rudy, Julia | Russell, Charles
      • Sage, James | Sanderth, Benjamin | Schooley, James | Schooley, Samuel | Scudders, John | Sexton, Benjamin | Sexton, Prior | Shipp, John | Smith, Stephen | Stanfield, George | Stone, Jeremiah
      • Taylor, Thomas | Thomas, Owen | Thompson, Catherine
      • Wair, James | Ward, Chesley | Ward, Drury | Ward, Nathan | Ward, Wills | Welch, John | Wells, Barney B. | Willet, Isaac | Williams, William | Wills, John | Worrell, Esau | Worrell, James | Wright, Abraham | Wright, H. | Young, Ezekiel | Young, William


      Images of Wills and Estates 1839 to 1849

      • Beaman, Henry | Blevin, Jefferson | Blevin, Kate | Bouen, William
      • Causey, Barney | Cornelius, Francis | Cox, David | Cox, Enoch | Cox, James
      • Davis, Daniel | Davis, Morris | Davis, Peter | Delp, Peter | Dickenson, M.
      • Farmer, James | Fielder, Delia | Fisher, Jacob
      • Hail, Lewis | Hall, William | Harkin, Peter | Harrison, William | Houks, Thomas | Huff, Peter
      • Isom, Spencer | Johnston, Jabez Kester, Eli
      • Mabry, Charles Martin, Joshua | Martin, William | Murphy, John Oglesby, William
      • Parsons, Robert | Perkins, Arias | Perkins, Stephen | Phillips, Tobias | Phipps, Benjamin | Phipps, James | Pool, William | Pugh, Robert
      • Raines, James | Raines, John | Ring, Hester | Ringo, Martin | Roberts, William | Russell, Philip
      • Shipp, James | Southerland, Alexander | Southerland, John | Southerland, Polly | Steagall, Martin | Stone, Micajah | Stone, William Sr. | Stoneman, James | Stoneman, Joshua | Stoneman, Lewis | Stoneman, Nancy
      • Ward, Esau | Watson, Michael | Williams, William | Worrell, Esau | Wright, John | Wright, Thompson
      • Yost, James | Young, Timothy

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