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Notes on the descendants of John Hackley of Old Rappahannock and Essex counties, Virginia

Woodford B. Hackley

Notes on the descendants of John Hackley of Old Rappahannock and Essex counties, Virginia

including sidelights and a suggestion as to John"s English ancestry

by Woodford B. Hackley

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Published by W.B. Hackley in [Richmond? Va.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hackley family.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNotes on some members of the Hackley family.
    Statementcompiled by Woodford B. Hackley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.H11913 1968a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 leaves ;
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4439056M
    LC Control Number79100237

    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. About Emma or Elizabeth Howerton, of Old Rappahannock, Virginia On Octo , Thomas Haywerton was granted power of attorney from John Cole and wife, Anne (Deeds & Wills, Bk. 5, (old) Rappahannock Co., VA, pg. , Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, (microfilm: roll - City and County Records #4 and #20).).

      History of old Rappahannock County, Virginia, with introduction , including the present counties of Essex and Richmond, and parts of Westmoreland, King George, Stafford, Caroline, and Spotsylvania Counties. by Pages: This collection of verbatim wills from to pertains not to present-day Rappahannock County but to "Old Rappahannock" County. "Old Rappahannock" was formed from Lancaster County in ; in its land south of the Rappahannock River was re-named Essex County, while that to the north became Richmond County.

    By: William M. Sweeny, Pub. , reprinted , pages, Hard Cover, Index, ISBN # Even though Rappahannock County was created from the Northern portion of Culpeper County in , this book deals with the wills of "OLD" Rappahannock County (Richmond & Essex Counties).These wills were not conveniently copied and recorded by the . Descendants of Thomas Crutcher, Died , Essex County, Virginia. Gateway Press Harrison heirs Henry Crutcher hereby Howerton Hugh Crutcher hundred Isaac Crutcher James Crutcher Jane Jessamine Jessamine County John Crutcher July June Kentucky Lewis Louisville March Margaret Marshall Martha Martin Descendants of Thomas Crutcher, Died.


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Notes on the descendants of John Hackley of Old Rappahannock and Essex counties, Virginia by Woodford B. Hackley Download PDF EPUB FB2

(Old) Rappahannock County, Virginia genealogy and family history research page. Guide to (Old) Rappahannock County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, wills, deeds and land records, family histories, cemeteries, and churches.

This article is about a Virginia county abolished in Notes on the descendants of John Hackley: of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties Virginia, including sidelights and a suggestion as to John's English ancestry Title Also Known As: Notes on some members of the Hackley family.

Format Book Published Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Language English ISBN Description p.: maps (on lining papers) ; 23 cm. Notes. Notes === Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page March ye 12th: IN YE NAME OF GOD, Amen, I JOHN HACKLEY of ye Parish of SITTINGBOURNE in ye County of Essex being very sick & weak but thanks be to God in perfect sence & memory & do by these presents make this my last Will & Testamt., revokeing all.

A Guide to the Old Rappahannock County and Essex County (Va.) Wills, (bulk ) A Collection in the Library of Virginia Barcode. Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page NOW ALL MEN by these pnts that I JNO. WARREN of the County of Rappa. for & in consider-aeon of Twelve hundred pounds of good sound mrchantable arronoka Tob and caske by me in hand paid doe assigne over my whole right and interest of a pcell of land.

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia was organized in from Lancaster County and encompassed the land lying on both sides of the Rappahannock River. The land was transferred to Essex County in This database is a collection of marriage records from the area between and   The Paperback of the Index To Marriages Of Old Rappahannock And Essex Counties, Virginia, by Wilkerson at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated. Rappahannock County (Old) Microfilm. Date of Formation: Formed From: Lancaster County Now extinct, divided into Essex and Richmond Counties in [Court Records] [Land Records] [].

Old Rappahannock County, originally embracing lands lying on both sides of the Rappahannock River, was organized in and was formerly a part of Lancaster County.

In Old Rappahannock was abolished. The portion lying south of the river was taken to form Essex County, and the area north of the river formed the county of Richmond.

Records of Old. This old county became extinct in when it was separated to form Essex and Richmnd Counties. Inthe Virginia General Assembly created the currently existing Rappahannock County, taking land from Culpeper County.

It was named after the old Rappahannock River which separates it from Fauquier County. The county seat is Washington, Virginia. In Old Rappahannock was abolished. The portion lying south of the river was taken to form Essex County, and the area north of the river formed the county of Richmond.

Records of Old Rappahannock and Essex counties, on which this work is founded, date from and are on file at the courthouse in Tappahannock, Essex County. Old Rappahannock County, VA – Deeds, Wills, Inventories and etc.Book 4, page () – Know all men by these presents that I Elizabeth wife of John Hull of the county of Rappahannock do constitute and appoint Thomas Freshwater of the same county to be my lawful Attorney to acknowledge a certain parcel of land in the County.

Wilkerson, Eva Eubank. Index to marriages of old Rappahannock and Essex counties, Virginia, (Southern Historical Press, reprint). Edmund married Harriet WHITING in in Old Rappahannoch And Essex Counties, VA.

Harriet was born on 7 Apr in Kingston, Gloucester Co. Marriage Notes: Source:Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia page 34 Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia page BROOKE: EDMUND. Notes: 3 John Warren born c d.

Feb of Essex County Virginia m. [John Warren was buried at the Warren ancestral home north of Halifax in Halifax County VA] [Left Halifax County VA in At Warrens Creek, Granville County North Carolina in ] + Mary Rogers 4 Elizabeth Warren born c in Spotsylvania County VA m.

c Rappahannock County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia, of the census, the population was 7, Its county seat is Washington.

The name "Rappahannock" comes from the Algonquian word lappihanne (also noted as toppehannock), meaning "river of quick, rising water" or "where the tide ebbs and flows.". Rappahannock County is included in Named for: Rappahannock River.

Notes: John Webb. Notes: John Young. Notes: Huh Williams. Notes: Nicholas Smith. Dec 20 ESSEX COUNTY Will Book 8,p, 20 December inventory of the estate of Henry Samuel, deceased. Descendants of Thomas Bowler. THOMAS BOWLER was born in England 1,2, and died J in Old Rappahannock Co, VA 3, married (1) Unkown.

He married (2) Tabitha Underwood 5,6 after 7, daughter of Unknown Underwood and Tabitha. Rappahannock and Essex County were settled and organized in the decades when the new gentry was assuming.

An inventory and appraisal of the estate of John Fergison was made 18 Aprill by John Haile, Henry Shackelford, and Bryant Edmondson. Returned by Anne her ce mark Fargison Exec on 17 September [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 3, pages 48?] WILL Essex County Court, Will Book 5, pgsWill of Ann Stubbleson Fargeson.

Smyth County, Virginia Will Book A and Will Book 1 COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX by James L. Douthat A complete abstract of records contained in Will Book A and Will Book 1. VA, $Index to marriages of old Rappahannock and Essex counties, Virginia, Title No Creator Wilkerson, Eva Eubank Language English eng en Subject Virginia, Essex - Vital records - Indexes Virginia, Richmond - Vital records - Indexes Extent p.

Page Count Owning Institution. History of old Rappahannock County, Virginia, with introductionincluding the present counties of Essex and Richmond, and parts of Westmoreland, King George, Stafford, Caroline, and Spotsylvania Counties.