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COUSINS, ROWLETT - Looking for ANY information in the Burned county of Prince George, for Robert Cousins, who land ended up in Amelia Co when it divided off from Prince George. hope to locate some sort of record as to his land he owned and land he had a Land Grant for. He was born ca 1706, are there any Tax list for this county before 1735 ??, also looking for his wife's last name Frances, suspect Rowlett, need documentation, proof. Linda COUSINS Winslager, Fort Worth TEXAS
August 15, 1996 from email@example.com Linda COUSINS Winslager
COUSINS, INGE, PRITCHETT - Any information on Joseph, John, Joshua D. (Sr and Jr.). Lt. John, b. 1740 Dinwiddie co, was commissioned 22 Feb 1779 Brunswick co., in the Virginia Militia and later in Greensville co., qualified for his commission 22 Aug 1782 in the Greensville co Militia. He was appointed Sheriff 15 Oct 1794 of Greensville by Commission of the Lt. Governor. He posted Sheriffs bonds for Two Thousand Pounds. Would appreciate any information about him and/or his wife, Elizabeth, and children. His son Joshua was my GGGGrandfather.
Joshua D Sr. married Elizabeth Cousins. Joshua D. Jr. married Elizabeth M. Inge. After Joshua D Jr. died in 1847 Eliza came to Texas 1857 & settled Grayson county, Tx. She was my GGGrandmother. I would welcome email or written correspondence on anything on these relatives. They lived in Chas City, then Prince George and finally settled in Brunswick 1720 - 1800. Sometime in early 1800's they moved to Pittsylvania county.
September 21, 1996 from TaBearC@msn.com (Jan Pritchett-Good)
BRITTINGHAM, MEREDITH, NEWCOMB - My Newcomb line goes back to an Elisha Newcomb who appeared in New Kent and Chesterfield counties around 1793 and was there a few years before settling in Prince George Co. His desendants farmed in Prince George Co. for at least 100 years. My grandfather Meredith Augustine Newcomb was born in Petersburg,Va in 1876. His parents were George Bailey Newcomb and Mary Veredeline Meredith. The family appears to have appeared in Virginia about 1793. Grandfather married Emma Brittingham about 1900 and lived in the Petersburg area until 1915. Any information appreciated.
October 12, 1996 from firstname.lastname@example.org Ken Newcombe
November 30, 1996 from McGarryG@juno.com
RICKS/RIX/REEKS - As early as 1672 there was a RICKS family in Prince George County. In 1830, there were heads of household still in the county. Charles P. Ricks and James P. Ricks appear on pp. 54-55. William RIX (2) is on the 1850 census, pp. 69, 91. There were other known family members in Albemarle, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Surry and Sussex Counties, and are not to be confused with the Ricks family of Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties. Are there descendants of this family who might contribute to the family history of descendants of the progenitor, Richard Ricks? Of special interest is material after 1775.
Dec 19, 1996 - 09:48 - From: - Donald M. Ricks
TALLEY, TUCKER, POWELL, LITTLEPAGE, GRIEF, COLEMAN - Searching for desc. of John Talley, christened 1689 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA; d. Nov 1740 Amelia Co., VA m. ca 1708 to Ann ____. She d. 1748 Amelia Co., VA. CH: Ann who m. John TUCKER; Mary who m. John POWELL; John who m. Martha TUCKER; Henry who m. Judith LITTLEPAGE; Lodwick who m. Mary; William who m. Rachael GRIEF; Allen; Abraham who m. Sarah (pos. TUCKER); Sibella; and Ruth who m. Mr. COLEMAN. This family and desc. resided also in Prince George, Halifax, Mechlenburg, and St. George (sic) Cos, VA.
Dec 21, 1996 - 11:14 - From: - Emily
MASSEY - I am looking for information on William Massey born 1716 in Prince George, Virginia. He married a Judith and then moved on into Wake County, North Carolina. William Massey's father was Richard Massey born 1673 in England. William married Anne Pettipool in Virginia. She died October 22, 1770 in Brunswick, Virginia. They had eight children, Ann, William, Martha, Hezekiah, Sarah, John, Richard, & Tabitha. If anyone knows of this family please e-mail me. Thank you. E-mail: email@example.com [or] firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec 21, 1996 - 11:21 - From: - Lisa Douglas
PENTECOST - Looking for any info on Pentecost line. Have some records from Brunswick, Charlotte, and Dinwiddie.
Dec 21, 1996 - 11:23 - From: - John Pentecost
KEYS - Looking for other researchers of John Keys, b:"?" in England, married 1770, in Prince George Co, VA. John and his wife had a son named Thomas, who was born i nPrince George Co, in 1772.
Dec 21, 1996 - 11:25 - From: - K. Gresham
HUNNICUTT - Seeking information on the William HUNNICUTT family of Prince George Co.,VA. William HUNNICUTT b abt. 1715 Prince George Co.,VA (son of Robert HUNNICUTT and Margaret WYKE of Prince George, VA.) m. Miriam ___ . In 1769, widow Miriam married John Pleasants of Henrico, VA. CH: Jesse, Robert, Thomas, Miriam, Margaret, and Ann. Son Jesse HUNNICUTT was born ca 1735 and was buried aft 1767. Believed to have sons Dempsey (1765) and Drury, who moved to NC.
Dec 29, 1996 - 15:10 - From: - Bryan Huneycutt
HAMILTON, HATHCOCK - Seeking information on Benjamin HAMILTON (HATHCOCK) of Prince George Co.,VA. Benjamin HAMILTON (or HAMBLETON) was born on 10 Aug 1753 in Prince George Co.,VA. As a young boy, both parents died of a sickness, and Benjamin was brought up by his grandfather Thomas HATHCOCK (b. 1693 Northampton Co.,VA d. 1818 Richmond Co.,NC). Benjamin took his grandfather's surname HATHCOCK, married ___ in Chatham Co., NC and had a son Benjamin Franklin HATHCOCK born 1802 in Montgomery Co., NC. Would be interested in Benjamin HAMILTON's ancestry or knowlege of HAMILTONs or HAMBLETONs who died ca 1750/60 in Prince George Co.,VA.
Dec 29, 1996 - 16:04 - From: - Bryan Huneycutt
Jan 6, 1997 - 22:53 - From: - Betty High
Jan 11, 1997 - 02:26 - From: - R. Bangsund
STAINBACK - I have been compiling a Stainback Genealogy for the past 13 years across all lines. The family originated here in the James River area of Virginia and branched out all over the US. If you have any information that can help with my research, please E-me! Thanks.
Jan 13, 1997 - 15:47 - From: - Charlie Rathbun
OWEN - Howard Owen Family. I am researching the family of Howard Owen. If you have any information on this family, please give me a line. Nan Higgins
Jan 13, 1997 - 21:26 - From: - Nan Higgins
WELLS, HOUSE, DYSON, CLARKE, WINFREE, BRITTON, PARTIN, CALVIN - Would like any information about the family of Isham WELLS son of William and Frances WELLS b. Aug. 4, 1743, in Dale Parish, Prince County, VA. Isham married ? and had the following children: Ann who married George HOUSE 2/14/1792, ? who maried Benjamin Dyson, William C. who married Sophie Clarke March 29, 1806, Isham who married Elizabeth Winfree May 4, 1806 Stephan G., Parmelia who married William BRITTON November 10, 1806, son Thomas who married Nancy PARTIN, June 3, 1834, Elizabeth who married Joseph Calvin August 6, 1791
Jan 20, 1997 - 19:09 - From: - Barbara Koch
MARKS - I am looking for John Marks and wife Uriah who lived in Prince George Co. VA. Can anyone help? Thanks
Jan 25, 1997 - 22:11 - From: - Sondra S. Bower
PIGEON - I am looking for information on Elizabeth Pigeon. She married Israel Marks in 1710 in Prince George Co. Elizabeth was born in 1692.
Jan 25, 1997 - 22:17 - From: - Sondra S. Bower
WALKER - Need information of James and Henry WALKER two brothers from Charles City Co., VA. who owned land in Prince George Co. in the late 1700's. James probably died there but his will has not been located.
Jan 26, 1997 - 12:50 - From: - Carolyn H. Brown
TINCH - Help, I am looking for information on Mr. James Tinch who in 1832 submitted for REV. war benefits in Prince George County. I have not been able to access any records and being in Hawaii, I am not able to drive to the library. If any one can help I would be very greatful. Thanks in advance David Tinch email@example.com
Jan 31, 1997 - 22:07 - From: - David Tinch
MOORE, MOUNTCASTLE - SUSANNAH MOORE, b1788, Prince Geo Co., VA., marr 1804 Petersburg,VA to WILLIAM MOUNTCASTLE, of Pr.Geo.Co. Who were the parents of Susannah? She was a cousin to Gen.Robert E.Lee, through the MOORE line.
Feb 12, 1997 - 10:40 - From: - Wendy Jacobs
KERCHEVAL - Two brothers immigrated to Va in 1698 to Hampton Roads area. One ancestor died intestate in King George Co in 1722, widow Dorothy. She later shows up in 1740 in Caroline Co. The original brothers may have come as indentured servants. Any suggestions of resources for documenting?
Feb 15, 1997 - 22:06 - From: - Diana
ROBERTSON, TEMPLE, GILLIAM - James ROBERTSON, b. 1785, Wake Co., NC, d. 1830, Lawrence Co., AL, m. 1782, Raleigh, Wake Co., NC, to Temperance, b. 1766, d. 1845, old Tishomingo Co., MS. Children are: Lot, Willie, Pollie, Candice, Winnie, Amy, James Harlow, Sarah, Nancy, and Barlina D., all b. in NC. Higdon ROBINSON (sic) is a brother to James. By THEORY, the father of James ROBERTSON is John ROBERTSON, Sr., b. abt 1729, VA, d. bef May 1803, VA, m. abt 1749, VA, to Amy TEMPLE, b. 3 Jun 1731, Prince George Co., VA, d. aft 1803, Wake Co., NC. Also, by THEORY, the grandfather of James ROBERTSON is Christopher ROBERTSON, b. abt 1710, VA, d. bef 1791, Warren Co., NC, m. 1771, Winnifred GILLIAM. SEE: my ROBERTSON home page.
Feb 17, 1997 - 11:21 - From: - Jim M. Robertson
HOBBS, RANDOLPH - Looking for information on the Drury Hobbs family of Prince George Co. VA. He was born abt. 1724 and d. abt. 1781. About 1750 he married Susannah Randolph (d.1789).Their children are listed in the Drury Hobbs family bible. They are: William, Benjamin, Drury, Sarah Rebecca, Mary, Alexander, Edmunda and Elizabeth. Anything would be appreciated about this family. Dcornet@aol.com Thanks!
Feb 24, 1997 - 16:42 - From: - David Hobbs
DANIEL - Looking for information about John Osborn Daniel, living in this county in the late 1700s. He had three known sons. They were, Allen, David, and John O. Jr. The three sons moved into Ga. in the late 1700-1810.
Feb 27, 1997 - 17:54 - From: - Irene D. Jackson
TEMPLE, TATUM - William Temple Sr. of P.G. Co. married rebecca Tatum about 1685.Rebecca was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Tatum and the grand-daughter of Natheniel, an imigrant.I am looking for any information as to the origan of William Sr. as his earliest records are his marriage records. I have appx. 10,000 decendants of William that I am looking to share with someone, especially if they can add to the line
Feb 27, 1997 - 22:40 - From: - William D Temple
SMART - Seeking parents and siblings of James Smart born in Prince George County in 1714--later moved to South Carolina.
Mar 1, 1997 - 12:53 - From: - John Crook
LEONARD, PACE - Looking for researchers of the descendants of Van de van Leonard and Henrietta Pace He was a chairmaker in Prince George county in the 1780-90's, living in Bristol Parish along Bailey's Creek. He and his children moved to Georgia around 1810 where he died in 1813.
Mar 9, 1997 - 15:33 - From: - David Carlson
COURTNEY, COLE, JONES, CURTIS - I am researching the COURTNEY family. John COURTNEY b 1722, Phoebe Courtney b 1725, sp. William Jones b bef 1728 in Dinwiddle Co.VA. Also, Robert COURTNEY b 1726, Johnathan b abt 1728, Rowland COURTNEY b abt 1730, Abigail COURTNEY b 1719, Jonas CORTNEY sp Comfort COLE. Phoebe COURTNEY b 1724 sp William Jones and Richard CURTIS b 1720. Later COURTNEY's were in NC, SC, MS. I appreciate any info you may have.
Mar 14, 1997 - 23:03 - From: - Polly Askins Garlington
BONNER - I'm looking for any information about John Bonner born about 1706 in Prince George County and his father John.
Mar 15, 1997 - 13:40 - From: - Michael H. Bonner
JENKINS - Seeking information on Edward or James Jenkins b. ca. 1700-35. Any leads on this family would be greatly appreciated.
Mar 21, 1997 - 17:17 - From: - Karen Austin
DVORAK - Help! I need photocopies of: 1. "Czechoslovacs in Virginia" by Sander B. Kovac. This was a thesis at the U. of Richmond and the original is missing from their files. 2. The phamplet produced by the Bethlehem Congregtional Church for their 100th anniversery. My greatgrandparents Joseph and Antonia Dvorak are buried in the cemetery behind the church.
Mar 22, 1997 - 20:55 - From: - Jennings Holland
RUFFIN - I am interested in the Ruffin Family in Prince George County, VA The oldest known relative is Cornelius Ruffin, 1858 or there abouts. Would like to obtain any additional information regarding the family. I also understand this Surname was also in Surry and Isle of Wright Thank you, Kent
Mar 23, 1997 - 10:20 - From: - W. Kent Ruffin
KIRKLAND - I am searching for any information about KIRKLANDs in the Prince George/Dinwiddie co. area whom may be able to establish a link with John KIRKLAND b.1752 in Prince George Co. He was a Virginia dragoon (Blands Co.) during the Revolutionary War, and was granted a pension by the state. He moved to Mercer Co., Ky. in 1782 where most of his descendents remain today. Being a gggggrandson, I am keenly interested in finding/contacting members of this branch of the KIRKLAND tree in VA. Any information to this effect would be greatly appreciated
Mar 31, 1997 - 13:25 - From: - Kevin S. Kirkland
WALL, HARDAWAY, MEREDITH, FREEMAN, SHORT - Wall, Hardaway, Short and Freeman Surnames in Prince George Co, Va.. Seeking info or to make contact with any one who has ties to those surnames ca: 1740/ 1760
Mar 31, 1997 - 18:19 - From: - Robert Marshall Turner
SHEARIN - I have been searching for Joseph SHEARIN abt 25 years. Recently received information that he appeared in Prince George County (?) along with Charles KIMBALL, possibly before 1726, when he appeared in Brunswick Co., Va. Has anyone run across any information on Joseph?
Apr 2, 1997 - 16:24 - From: - Gail A. Shearin
HAMILTON - " ...The River Severn flows through one of the best parts of England. Its productive bottoms yield the products abundantly that sustain life. From this section of England came the ancestors of the subject of this sketch. In the seventeenth century the Hamilton family, in a colony in the sailship and shallop of those days, crossed the Atlantic and finding the mouth of the James River sailed up the beautiful stream and landed in the dark, green forest: thence through the forest hunting a location for a homestead. There the foreparents of Micajah Hamilton settled, built up a home and soon prospered. The foreparents, Alexander and Arithela HAMILTON, after clearing off the heavy forest on the Virginia home and building up a comfortable house...," Franklin Democrat - Shadows of the Past, dtd Feb. 10, 1905, Johnson Co., IN. Looking for these foreparents Alexander and Arithela HAMILTON in Prince George's Co. We know Micajah "Cager's" father was Theophilus HAMILTON, but no data as to his ancestry until this article reached me a short time ago. It is rare a Hamilton family comes from England - the River Severn is most likely in Glouchester. Where did Theophilus come from, and where did Alexander and Arithela go? Thanks so much. Doni Wright of Stafford VA
Apr 7, 1997 - 17:17 - From: - Doni Wright
WOODHAM - Searching for all descendants of the WOODHAM family in America. More than 95 per cent of the people who bear this name in the South today are descendants of Edward WOODHAM Sr. who was b. abt 1711 in Prince George Co. His first dau. Mary was christened in 1741 here. He later moved to what is now Lenoir Co., NC where he died abt 1784. His wife was Eleanor. One of his sons, Edward WOODHAM Jr., b. 1746, was a soldier in both the NC Militia and the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Edward Jr., his mother and wife, Mary, and family moved to old Darlington District, now part of Lee Co., SC in 1785. He died in 1820 and is buried in the Woodham Family Cemetery. Descendants of the WOODHAM family have spread all over the nation today, especially in southeast Alabama.
Apr 7, 1997 - 17:25 - From: - Robert Earl Woodham
HIGH, ALSOBROOK, MITCHELL - John High, born ca 1682/3 in Surry Co., VA, married Mary Alsobrook and they had at least six children: John HIGH, Jr., David HIGH, Joseph HIGH, Thomas HIGH, Elizabeth HIGH and Susanna HIGH. John HIGH, Jr., born ca 1717 in Surry Co., VA, married Ruth MITCHELL(?) about 1738 and they lived on the Licking Place Branch north of the Nottoway River. About 1762, they moved to the Wake Co, NC area on Richland Creek. Joab MITCHELL, who I believe to me Ruth's brother or at least cousin was already living on Richland Creek and had married Mary Henderson in Granville, NC. John and Ruth had 9 children and I am trying to find the descendants of both John HIGHs. Does anyone have a HIGH family they'd like to Share? Thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Apr 7, 1997 - 23:36 - From: - Grace Lawrence
PETTAWAY - Any information on the surname Pettaway
Apr 14, 1997 - 13:30 - From: - Larry
BAIRD - Looking for information on Baird's of Prince George County who setled there ca 1700. John Baird lived at Chippokes Creek Plantation. His sons were: Rook Baird; John Baird; Rueben and Ephraim Baird.
Apr 17, 1997 - 20:25 - From: - John C. Baird
HIGH, ALSOBROOK, MITCHELL, WESTMORELAND, WALLS, HARRISON, ROBERSON, GREEN, HARDAWAY, MCKENNEY, BROOKS, JACKSON, WYNNE - John HIGH, b ca 1682/3 in Southwark, Surry Co., VA, married Mary ALSOBROOK ca 1708/10 and then bought land in Brunswick Co. and finally Prince George Co. (which became Dinwiddie in 1752). They resided in Prince George on Licking Place Branch, north of the Nottoway River (does anyone know where Licking Place Branch was?). Their neighbors were Thomas and Joseph WESTMORELAND, Israel ROBERSON, Richard, Daniel and Jos. WALLS, and Gabriel HARRISON. They had at least six children: John who married Ruth MITCHELL, David who married Susanna WESTMORELAND, Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth and Susanna.
HIGH Family, John and John HIGH Jr., received land Patents in Prince George Co., north of the Nottoway River in what became Dinwiddie in 1752. Some of their close neighbors were: Gabriel HARRISON, Thomas HARDAWAY, Israel ROBER(T)SON; Richard, Jos. & Daniel WALLS, Joseph and Thomas WESTMORELAND; Henry GREEN and McKenny. A son of John HIGH Sr. married a Westmoreland, did any of the daughters marry into any of these families? John HIGH, Jr. is believed to have married a MITCHELL, and his son Samuel HIGH, married a Clara JACKSON. Later a descendant married into the WYNNE Family and one a JACKSON (All from this area - including Sussex and Brunswick Counties. Did a HIGH marry your ancestor?
Apr 22, 1997 - 16:23 - (and May 1, 1997) From: - Grace Lawrence
LEE - In the 1810 Census of Prince George County, there are two Mary Lee's listed as heads of household. I'm assuming these ladies are widow. I'm trying to find who their husbands were and any information about them that's available. Thanks. David Lee
Apr 26, 1997 - 14:42 - From: - David Lee
HITE, NEWCOMB, CUMMINGS, HOBBS - I am trying to locate a 300 acre farm that belonged to Elisha NEWCOMB between 1808-1825 and was supposed to be in the family until about 1910. The land records indicate it was on the "Old Stage Road West of John HITE'S estate". Is there a map that would show the names? Elisha's son William Augustine NEWCOMB married Hulie CUMMINGS in 1819. Who were her parents? Their son Augustine Allen Billups NEWCOMB married Francis HOBB'S. Francis died in 1907 in Petesburg and was buried in the Country at the "Old Newcomb Burial Ground in Prince George County". Where is this site?
Apr 27, 1997 - 10:54 - From: - Ken Newcombe
MOORE - Looking for information concerning birth of George Moore. I have him as the son of John and Mary Moore, born 23Nov1732 and baptism 8Apr1733. According to records I have, there were two other children born to John and Mary Moore, John and Wood. George married Martha ____ about 1757. Also looking for death date of John Moore and place of burial.
Apr 28, 1997 - 00:52 - From: - David Moore
BURROW - I am researching Phillip BURROW, who was born abt 1670 in Surry Co. Va. He married his wife Isabella abt 1694, in Surry Co., Va. He died bef 1738, in Prince George Co., Va.. They had five children. Their son John BURROW was born abt 1695 in Prince George Co. Va., and married Jonanna (Cooke or Wilkerson) in 1712 . John died abt 1778 in Va.. If you need any information on this family, or have any that you would like to share, please contact me.
May 4, 1997 - 10:50 - From: - Phillip M. Burrow
TODD - I am looking for information on James Todd born in 1765 in Prince George County. He married Frances Cotton or Hughes in Prince George County in 1791. He later moved to Greene County, NC and from there he moved to Roane County, TN where he died in 1823. I would like to find some clues as to the identity of his parents. Any help would be appreciated. I would also be glad to share notes on this family.
May 6, 1997 - 17:44 - From: - Kevin Todd
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