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The Carters of Virginia: their English ancestry. Noel Currer-Briggs. Phillimore, Jan 1, - Reference - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Early History 1:. The Carter's of Colonial Virginia John Carter, immigrated to Virginia from England in aboard the "Prosperous".
Living in James City, no one know why he came to the Virginia colony, perhaps to leave the political strife in Great Britain, possible to better his station in an already hard world. The Aristocratic Carters of Virginia. Aug in descent from Robert Carter, was the best endowment for greatness that he could have had in the Virginia of his day.
In some subtle way, he was advantaged in the contests of men because his mother was of the Carters of Corotoman. Descendants of the Founders of New Jersey. A noticeable fact is that many of the Carters of ^irginia as well as elsewhere, though they cannot give a connected account of their ancestry beyond the Revolution, are by '"tradition" descendants famous old "King Carter of ,'" whose immense wealth has enabled his descendants to hold on to the splendid old homes of his sons, and the /5(5).
THIS ENTIRE DESCENDANCY LIST, INCLUDING NOTES, IS FROM Our Heritage: A Genealogy of the Descendants of Jacob Carter of South Ketus Deen Holland, compiler. Our Heritage drew heavily on information from Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia by Folks Huxford.
First Generation 1. Thomas CARTER Sr. was born before in genealogy begins with Thomas Carter. Carter Descendants Database FHCC P.O. Box 24 Irvington, Virginia Please note that while we can search our database to verify a connection for names and/or documentation, Historic Christ Church & Museum is not a genealogical research institution and does.
Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia (illustrated) from Its Formation in to Thomas Kemp Cartmell Eddy Press Corporation, - Berkeley County (W.
Va.) - pages5/5(6). Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Thomas Carter Sr. born abt. Kempston, Bedfordshire, England died Barford Plantation, Lancaster, Virginia including ancestors + descendants + 2 photos + 66 genealogist comments + questions + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.
Full text of "The descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter of "Barford," Lancaster County, Virginia: with genealogical notes of many of the allied families" See other formats. The Carter family: The genealogy and family history of the Virginia Carters and their migration to Lawrence County, Kentucky Hardcover – January 1, by Lennie M Carter (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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First Families of Virginia (FFV) were those families in Colonial Virginia who were socially prominent and wealthy, but not necessarily the earliest settlers. They descended from English colonists who primarily settled at Jamestown, Williamsburg, The Northern Neck and along the James River and other navigable waters in Virginia during the 17th century.
These elite families generally married. "Margaret () (Dedman) Perrott and Some Relatives," The Virginia Genealogist, Vol.
42, No. 1 (Jan.-Mar. ) Digital version at American Ancestors ($). FHL Book B2vg. [Arnold] MacIvor, Hazel Arnold. Some Ancestors and Descendants of Benjamin Arnold, King William County, Virginia and Greenville, South Carolina. Lake Orion, Michigan.
Inhe married Sarah Ludlow, and had two more children, Sarah, who died young, and Robert Carter. Sarah Ludlow Carter died in early and her family had inscribed on her tombstone, “May her descendants make their mother’s virtues and graces the pattern of their lives and actions”.
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This list may not reflect recent changes. Carter Braxton; C. Get this from a library. Ancestors and descendants of those buried in the Carters Grove Baptist Church Cemetery in Taliaferro County, GA.
[Thad Truit; Virginia Beazley Broome] -- Lists all identified persons buried in the cemetery and the listing is orgianized into family groups: each family group contains one or more persons buried in the cemetery.
I obtained a copy of it from the author’s (Rita K Sutton) niece, Eliza S Rigg. It has helped me with my family research and is a fantastic collection Carter family information. It builds upon a book written and published in by Joseph Lyon Miller, “The Descendants of Capt Thomas Carter of Barford, Lancaster County, Virginia”.
Ballowe Genealogy the Descendants of Eli P. Ballowe and Sarah Howard Winfrey of Buckingham County, Virginia; Their Fourteen Children were Born Between and in Virginia and Tennessee: Also the Descendants of William Ballowe, BornVA to Paducah, KY and Col.
Thomas Ballowe, Born BeforeVA. Richland, Wash.: P.J. Ballowe, The Carters of Virginia: Their English Ancestry, Noel Currer-Briggs, Crumley Cemetery List, S. Kathryn Bowling McKown (annotator), The Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter of Barford, Lancaster County, Virginia:Joseph Lyon Miller, Early Carters in Scott County, Virginia, Rita Kennedy Sutton, Original data: Miller, Joseph Lyon.
The descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter of "Barford," Lancaster County, Virginia: with genealogical notes of many of the allied familes. Less is known about Edward and his family except for the names and some dates of their 13 children who appear on his family pedigree.
James Ball and his wife Ann (Nancy) (d) were the founders of. Carter Family, singing group that was a leading force in the spread and popularization of the songs of the Appalachian Mountain region of the eastern United States. The group consisted of Alvin Pleasant Carter, known as A.P.
Carter (b. ApMaces Spring, Virginia, U.S.—d. November 7. (from; "Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, volume 1, (Records of Augusta County, Virginia, ), 1, P, Augusta County Court Records, Volume no. 1, order book no 1, p Captain Daniel McAnaire to be overseer of above road (from Carters Mill to the Co.
as far as the first ford above Bell's land) with the following Burial: Monument on Kanawha Boulevard, Charleston. Among William's and Mary's 17 children were their heir, Thomas Carter, whose descendants stayed in the area and inhabited the Box End House until about years ago, and William or Anscell Carter, who with his wife Jane and surviving children emigrated to Virginia and named their plantation Barford, after the village where many Carters had Author: Christy K Robinson.
JOHN CARTER was commissioned captain in the Spotsylvania Militia Septem Owned nine servants in before his father's death.
May 1,Captain John Carter and wife Mary and sister Margaret Marshall, widow,deeded twenty-eight acres of land formerly belonging to their father, John Carter, Sr., to Dr.
Robert Wellford. Some Old Families of Clarke County Virginia. (page 63) Berryville, VA: Virginia Book Co., ↑accessed February 6, ↑ Potts, Thomas M., Bi-centenary memorial of Jeremiah Carter, who came to the province of Pennsylvania incontaining a historic-genealogy of his descendants down to the present time.
Family Publication Index (Bookcase) Moore * Moore Family - James, John, Elias, etc. [green notebook] Mummau * The Difference Can Be You Ogden * Henry Ogden and Some of His Descendants Osinga * My Story * The Story of Snowball * Sweet Briar Dairy - The Best Years of My Life Patton * Alexander Patton of Haw Old Fields Progeny Peytons * The Peytons of Virginia II, Volume One [narrow book].
During his first term,he began to acquire large tracts of land for himself in the Rappahannock River region of Virginia. acquiring s acres (81 km2), a large part of which was the 6,acre (24 km2) Nomini Hall plantation which Carter acquired in from the heirs of Col. Nicholas Spencer, cousin of the Lords Culpepper.
Project History, Support, and Acknowledgements While interest in making Robert Carter's letters generally available to scholars and the public began in with the publication of Louis B.
Wright's edition of a letter book of Carter's that had strayed west from Virginia to the Huntington Library in California, the present project traces itself to the late 's. The patriarch of the Carter Family legacy, Alvin Pleasant Delaney (AP) Carter was born in Maces Spring, Virginia in He married Sara Dougherty when he was 24 (in ) and, inthe couple joined with Sara's cousin Maybelle (who was married to AP's brother Ezra) to form the Carter Family band.
AP was an avid song collector and became Author: Kim Ruehl. There are many plantations or town houses in Virginia that have been the homes of Robert “King”Carter’s descendants up through his great grandchildren.
In many cases, Carter descendants built the houses. In other cases, they married into families who built them. Some of. In the book Free Blacks of Louisa County Virginia, it’s worth noting that William Ragland, not only emancipated Slyvia/Sylvie and their children (Lousia, Martha, Lucy, Ellen, Betsy, Sylvia/Sylvie, Jr., William, Jr, and Samuel), but may have also emancipated her sisters, Mary (mother of Thomas, Margaret, Henry, David, William, Nathan, and.
Shirley Plantation records,consist of: naval journal from aboard the USS Peacock in ; cruise journal from the USS Falmouth, ; Robert R.
Carter letter book, ; Robert R. Carter account books, ; Shirley notebook, (); Shirley farm journal, and ; Marion Carter diary, Robert "King" Carter (/63 – 4 August ), of Lancaster County, was an American businessman and colonist in Virginia and became one of the wealthiest men in the colonies.
As President of the Governor's Council of the Virginia Colony, he was acting Governor of Virginia in after the death in office of Governor Hugh Drysdale.
He acquired the moniker "King" from his wealth Born: /63, Corotoman Plantation, Lancaster County. FOUNDERS OF NEW JERSEY: First Settlements, Colonists and Biograhies by Descendants. This volume includes a timeline of early New Jersey history, sketches of the five earliest English settlements and their colonists, biographies of founders of New.
The original papers in Virginia show numerous examples of men using some other family seal than their own, though they are known to have possessed one with their own crest on it. The personal estate amounted to pounds and included a "parcel of old Bookes", a silver drinking pot, tankard, and twelve silver spoons, beside the usual household.
"When William Bourne and young wife started their married life in the wilderness of S. Virginia, they possessed foresight and perseverance, and prepared the way for progress and civilization, and did much to make this wilderness blossom as the rose.
Their descendants have been and are yet found among the foremost men and women of this country. Thomas' will was dated 16 August and proved 14 November in Lancaster County, s of information: Records of Centenna Haymore Allen, Prescott, Arizona Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter, by Joseph Lyon Miller FHL# CM Mrs Ethel Vochko, San Mateo, Calif., and Asheville, N.C.
Pedigree Chart, from the Addendum of. FAMILY HISTORIES AND RECORDS DEC. (DONOR IN PARENTHESES 4 (Frances Chancellor) FAMILY-CHILDERS/ Early Virginia Wills and Some Land CHILDRESS Records.
(Childers, Childress/Childrey) (Mary Rouse) FAMILY-CLARK A Clark Family in America: Facts, Fancies, Foibles. By Evelyn C. Reeves. File Size: 74KB. Re: Carters, Virginia to Ohio Posted by: Sylvia SeymourDate: Aug In Reply to: Re: Carters, Virginia to Ohio by Mary Williamsof Do any of you have this Carter line.
Need to know what happened to JOHN ALBERT CARTER * around the late 's. His wife, Mariah Shepherd Wilmoth Carter, married J.W. Davenport on. Ancestry and Descendants of Lieut. John Henderson of.
Annals of Bath County, Virginia by Oren F. Morton – () – pages. History and Genealogy Collection. Boyle Genealogy. John Boyle of Virginia and Kentucky by John Boyle –() – pages/5(14).William Campbell Henderson and Elizabeth Helton and Their Descendants.
MSS. FHL Film Item [Hendricks] Albert, Ethel Evans. Southwest Virginia Kin. [Hicks] Bales, Vivian D. Henry and Sarah (Nolen) Hicks, Their Descendants from Russell Co., Va. to Carter Co., Ky. MSS. Microfilmed FHL Film Item In the book Free Blacks of Louisa County Virginia, it’s worth noting that William Ragland, not only emancipated Slyvia/Sylvie and their children (Lousia, Martha, Lucy, Ellen, Betsy, Sylvia/Sylvie, Jr., William, Jr, and Samuel), but may have also emancipated her sisters, Mary (mother of Thomas, Margaret, Henry, David, William, Nathan, and.