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The Woodleys of Isle of Wight County, Va. and other ancestors

Crocker, James Francis

The Woodleys of Isle of Wight County, Va. and other ancestors

by Crocker, James Francis

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Published by W.A. Fiske"s Printery in Portsmouth, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementa statement by James Francis Crocker.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 86/6259 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 22 cm.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2282737M
LC Control Number86148115

He married to Susannah Crews (d. after June , daughter of John Crews who died in Isle of Wight County before Decem ). The child of Richard I and Susanah, Richard Blount II was born in Isle of Wight County about and died there about He married Mary Browne (b. about in Isle of Wight County). Nathan was born in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Nathan received, from his father, the lower one-half of acres of land on the north side of Warwick Branch in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Nathan married Catherine Walton, daughter of Colonel George Walton, in in Brunswick County, Virginia.

  "Other Free" Heads of Household in the Virginia Census, by Family Name (Microfilm M, reels ) Almond, Randal FN 5 p Isle of Wight County. Alpin, Charles 1 p Charles City County. Alse, Free 1 p Frederick County. OUR CROCKER ANCESTORS James Francis Crocker. The first of our Crocker ancestors of whom Ihave positive information and identity, was Edward Crock­ er. The early records of the proceedings of the Ves­ try of the Upper Parish of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, have been lost, but there is a Vestry book of.

Isle Of Wight County History from "Historical Collections Of Virginia" by Henry Howe, Apr Alice Warner: Windsor Charter, 25 Feb Mar Matt Harris "County Men Who Have Been Congressmen," "Smithfield Times" - article: Mar Matt Harris: Brief Histories of some Isle of Wight Co. Churches. Members of this family crossed into Northampton County, North Carolina, and then found their way into South Carolina. George Williams, the first known ancestor of the Williams family, was born in Isle of Wight, VA; moved to Northampton Co., NC. His will was dated there January 6, , proven May Court He was a planter and a man of wealth.


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The Woodleys of Isle of Wight County, Virginia. A statement. 1 in a volume of five genealogical tracts, to which is prefixed a general t.-p.: The Woodleys of the Isle of Wight County, Va.

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THE WOODLEYS. OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA. The county court of Isle of Wight county, Vir­ ginia, on the 9th of March,entered the fol­ lowing order: "These may notify that there is due to Mr. Andrew Woodley six hundred acres of land for the importation of himself foure tymes; his wife and two sons namely, Henry and Thomas and five negroes, namely Cowberry, Isabella, Maria, Ruben.

/ Library of Congress CSW THE WOODLEYS OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA The county court of Isle of Wight county, Vir- ginia, on the 9th of March,entered the fol- lowing order: "These may notify that there is due to Mr.

Andrew Woodley six hundred acres of land for the importation of himself foure tymes ; his wife and. Read the digitized book:The Woodleys of Isle of Wight County, Virginia. A statement - Crocker, James Francis, Andrew Woodley emigrated from England or from the British West Indies to Little Neck, Isle of Wight County, Virginia during or before Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Copeland, Crocker, Halstead, Harrison, Hill, Thomas and related families. The Woodleys of Isle of Wight County, Virginia. A statement Paperback – September 1, by James Francis Crocker (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please Va. and other ancestors book $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback, September 1, Author: James Francis Crocker. A Record of the Shadrach Barlow Family of Isle of Wight County, Virginia.

MSS., Smithfield Branch of the Isle of Wight Library in Smithfield, Virginia. FHL. [Barnes] Berryman, Ann Williamson. Barnes Families of Isle of Wight County Virginia and Edgecombe/ Nash Counties North Carolina.

Available at FHL. [Barnes] Brayton, John Anderson. Order of First Families of North Carolina: Registry of Ancestors The Descendants of John (d. ) and Thomas Williams (D.

) of Isle of Wight County (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Historical Southern Families, Volume III includes Williamson Family of Isle of Wight County, VA.

John Copeland Married inIsle of Wight Co., VA, toMary Woodley Anne Copeland / Married inEssex Co., VA, to Charles Atkinson / with: Mary Atkinson The Woodleys of Isle of Wight County, Virginia. a Statement by James Francis Crocker,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Early Landowners of Isle of Wight, VA, and Some of Their Descendants, Pope; Early Landowners of Isle of Wight, VA, and Some of Their Descendants, Hill; Early Landowners of Isle of Wight, VA, and Some of Their Descendants, Noble; Early Landowners of Isle of Wight, VA, and Some of Their Descendants, Sims; Fairfax Family; Ferrar, Barnett.

Isle of Wight County Virginia Birth Records, 7, Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, View other Birth, Marriage & Death collections related to Isle of Wight. Francis Boykin of Isle of Wight, a member of this family, married Anne, a daughter of John Marshall who died in and gave the property where the present.

page Court House is located to Francis and his daughter. Francis was a Second Lieutenant in the First Regiment of the Virginia Line, commanded by Patrick Henry, during the Revolution. Mary was the daughter of Andrew Woodley of Isle in Wright County VirginiaBirth: Devon, England Death: Jul., Chuckatuck Isle of Wight County Virginia, USA.

Born in Devon, England, came to Virginia with her parents in from Barbados. Married 2nd: John Mallory after John was a bit older than Mary. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS BOOK A. 1: WILL AND DEED BOOK 1 WILL BOOK FIVE.

Other editions - View all. Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County, Virginia Gray Harrison Henry Hodges Holladay Humphrey Marshall Inventory presented Jacob January January 27 Jesse John Fulgham John Woodley Johnson Jones Jordan Joshua.

John Woodley, son of Andrew Woodley, was probably born around in Barbados. Came to Virginia from Barbados with his Father (Andrew Woodley, born Abt in Devonshire, England; died in Isle of Wight County, Virginia) and Mother (Elizabeth Goddard, born Abt in Saint Thomas, Barbados) before The Must-Read for Whitehead/ Whitted Family Descendants This 2 nd Edition of the widely-acclaimed book, now totaling pages, is a collection of histories, biographies, and genealogies of early Virginia Whiteheads, their ancestors, and their descendants.

This book is a must-read for all members of any “Whitehead” family, especially those who are descendants of Whitehead families who. Isle of Wight County is one of the oldest county governments in the United States of America. Nestled on the shores of Virginia's James River, Isle of Wight's residents enjoy the rural nature of the county coupled with the quaint atmosphere of the two incorporated towns, Smithfield and Windsor.

Legal Disclaimer This data is made available on an as is basis, without express or implied warranty of any sort, including but not limited to any warranties as to accuracy, reliability or completeness. Isle of Wight County makes no guarantees as to its fitness of use for a particular purpose, nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such guarantee.

page Michael Rinhart's inventory by John Dobkin, Nicholas Seehorn, David Magit, George a Co., VA Will Book Ipage Susannah Carson's bond as administratix of Henry Carson, with sureties Jacob Woodley, Clement Dixon.

There are several more listings for John and Jacob Woodley in Augusta County, Virginia.Henry Edmund Flowers was born about in Surry Co, Virginia, Verenigde Staten, son of Jacob Flowers and WifeofJacobFlowers Hardy. He was married in the year in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, Verenigde Staten to Jane Underwood, they had 9 children.

He died after in Edgecombe Co, North Carolina, Verenigde Staten. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.In Road Overseer in Rockingham County, Virginia; Constable in “Jacob Woodley was among the early settlers on Smiths Creek.

He had probably come in from Eastern Virginia. One James Woodley’s estate is mentioned on the Orange County Records, under date of 26th February, (William Glover vs. James.