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Montgomery County, Virginia--circa 1790

Netti Schreiner-Yantis

Montgomery County, Virginia--circa 1790

a comprehensive study including the 1789 tax lists, abstracts of over 800 land surveys & data concerning migration.

by Netti Schreiner-Yantis

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Published in [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montgomery County (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • Montgomery County (Va.) -- History.,
    • Montgomery County (Va.) -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTranscribed and edited by Netti Schreiner-Yantis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.M7 Y36
      The Physical Object
      Pagination124 p.
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5304235M
      LC Control Number72086678

        shortly thereafter, in , Greenbrier County was formed from the western parts of Botetourt and Montgomery counties. At the time, the new counties encompassed the entire central region of present-day West Virginia. In part of Bath County and in all of Monroe County was cut off from Greenbrier ://   Montgomery County, Tennessee Genealogy. Part of the TNGenWeb and USGenWeb projects, a collection of free genealogy websites maintained by volunteers. This website is not affiliated with the official County Archives, or the private, local Historical Society, but proudly supports ://

        Orange County is a county in the central piedmont region of the Commonwealth of of the census, the population Its county seat is Orange.. Orange County is home to "Montpelier", the 2,acre (1, ha) estate of James Madison, the 4th President of the United States and "Father of the Constitution."The county celebrated its th anniversary in History  Geography  Transportation  Demographics  References,_Virginia. Birth December 6, unknown, Death January 8, California, Parents John Tyler 10th President of the United States () + Letitia Christian, Spouse Nannie Brydges

      Claibourne Hicks was born circa , at birth place, Virginia, to Chief Charles Renatus Hicks and Rebecca Hicks (born Gibson). Chief was born in , in Russell, Virginia, United States. Rebecca was born in , in Perry, Kentucky, USA. Claibourne had 14 siblings: Eleanor Baldridge (born in Montgomery County, VA. Claibourne married Tazewell County Deed Book 3 p 28 May "This indenture made this. From Militia of Montgomery County Virginia - compiled by Mary B. Baptist Valley from Montgomery County, VA Circa by Yantis p Wythe Tax Lists has John Maxwell, James Maxwell, ~jeanlee/genealogy/


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Montgomery County, Virginia--circa 1790 by Netti Schreiner-Yantis Download PDF EPUB FB2

From Virginia, A Guide to the Old Dominion Christiansburg, the county seat of Montgomery County, was founded in on land donated by Colonel James town was first called Hans Meadows, and later named for Colonel William CHRISTIAN, brother-in-law of Patrick to becoming a separate county Montgomery was part of Fincastle County which was formed in from Botetourt ~vamontgo/ Montgomery County, Virginia--circa ;: A comprehensive study including the tax lists, abstracts of over land surveys & data concerning migration [Schreiner-Yantis, Netti] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Montgomery County, Virginia--circa a comprehensive study including the tax lists, abstracts of over land surveys & data concerning migration. [Netti Schreiner-Yantis]   The county was named after Brigadier-General Richard Montgomery (). Montgomery died during the Revolutionary War in the failed invasion of Canada.

Parent County [edit | edit source]. Montgomery County was created 7 October from Fincastle and Botetourt Counties. Fincastle County was formed from Botetourt County inand was abolished in ,_Virginia. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, VIRGINIA. All of the counties in the western tip of Virginia and some of Montgomery County Virginia were formed from land which once lay in Montgomery County prior to the Revolutionary War.

==O== No members of the Gowen family [or spelling variations] ap­peared in “Montgomery County, Virginia Circa ” by Netti Schreiner-Yantis. ==O== Montgomery County, Virginia - Circa By: Netti Schreiner-Yantis Genealogist A comprehensive study- including the tax lists, abstracts of over land surveys & Order Book, 2, - c (Fincastle and Montgomery Counties) [xviii] index, p.

(Fincastle County Orders, ); p. (Montgomery County Orders, ) [Note: Title of the Original volume reads - ]?CountyID=VA Will Book, Montgomery County (Va.) R Local government records collection, Montgomery County Court Records.

The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia Acquisition Information This item came to the Library of Virginia in a shipment of court papers from Montgomery ?docId=lva/vixml. the tax list again in Montgomery County in with two white males These two findings were written by Yantis in Montgomery County, Virginia Circapa In the same book, p under "Locating Residences of Taxpayers," Samuel appears at Clear Fork, Wolf Creek, heads of Bluestone and Clinch Rivers, AbbsAdam B.

Montgomery County Virginia Circa Taxes Abstracts Surveys Migration - Paperback Montgomery County Virginia Circa Taxes Abstracts Surveys Migration - Paperback Albemarle County, Virginia Deed Book AbstractsBrand New, Free shi $ Free shipping.

Aquasonic Ultrasound Gel, Transmission mL/ oz, 1 Montgomery County () Norfolk City () Northampton County () Wythe County () York County () Search Tips. Punctuation and capitalization are disregarded.

Entries in this database are arranged in letter-by-letter alphabetical order. Chesterfield Order Book Hustings Deeds    Montgomery County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List Name Tithes Slaves Horses Cattle Comments; Byron, James: 1: 4: Price, Michael: 2: Keen Pine Run flows southward into the New River, almost opposite Little Reed Island Creek, in what is now Wythe County.

Close by are the Lead Mines, upstream on the north side of the New River between the mouths of Cripple and Mine Mill Creeks (Schreiner-Yantis, N. () Montgomery County, Virginia -circa RH Issue 15 HENRY COUNTY "Henry County, Virginia, Will Book I, " in Virginia Genealogi st, — "Marriage Records " in Genealogical Forum of Portland, Oreq,   History of the John Hight Family of Nelson County, Virginia: Notes on the Related Families of George Washington Stratton, FHL Book Mab [Montgomery] Ledgerwood, (say circa ) of Virginia and Kentucky, Grandson of Francis Worley of Pennsylvania," The American Genealogist, Vol.

70, No. 2 (Apr. ) ,_Virginia_Compiled_Genealogies. In "Montgomery County, Virginia-Circa ", Transcribed and edit by Nettie Schreiner-Yantis, the "Personal Property Tax List A" gives this information: "27 Apr Thomas Ogle with 1 white males years to 21 years, no slaves, and six horses."?personID=I "Montgomery County, VA Will Book 1 " James L.

Douthat, Mountain Press, Abstracts of Wills of Montgomery County, Va. for the years A7. Morgan Co. Morgan Co. is now part of West Virginia. See Morgan Co., WV. Nansemond Co. "Bible Records of Suffolk and Nansemond County Virginia, Together with Other Statistical Data."~bwo/ Get this from a library.

Militia of Montgomery County, Virginia, [Mary B Kegley] -- The militia was organized in after the county was established in the previous year.

All men between the ages of 18 and 50 were required to register, attend muster and perform others with their The book does not indicate a date on of the second list. His server is also recorded in the book "Militia of Montgomery County, Virginia ," compiled by Mary B. Kegley, published byp lists "William Hollen" under "A List of Elk Creek District, Montgomery County".

Montgomery County, Virginia - Plott Book A and B - - COMPLETE INFORMATION & SURNAME INDEX Surveys from Fincastle, Montgomery and Washington Counties - many first surveys for this area. 96 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted VA, $ Montgomery County, Virginia - Plott Book C.

1. John Rigby Alexander b. circaFauquier, Virginia, United States; d. circaAdams, Ripley, Indiana, United States └ #1 +Annette "Netty " Alexander "In the name of God, Amen, I, Robert Montgomery,Sr., of the County of Lincoln and the State of Va., being through the mercies of God, though weak in body, yet sound and perfect understanding and memory do constitute this to be my last will and testament and desire it to be received by all as ://  The Cody's moved from Lunenburg County, Virginia (now Franklin County), to Rowan County by about when Thomas Cody, a son of Pierce Cody, was a buyer at the estate sale of Thomas Ridge, formerly of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, father of William Ridge, Tory, of Surry m Cody first appears in records in Rowan County, North Carolina, in as buyers in ~baumbach/cody/