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family history; Adock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia

Blanche E. A. Lawless

family history; Adock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia

some of his descendants, with collateral lines: Christian, McMurtry, Robertson, Ingersoll, etc.

by Blanche E. A. Lawless

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Published in Mount Sterling, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adcock family.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.A225 1968
    The Physical Object
    Pagination101 l.
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5751587M
    LC Control Number71011934

    Four Families Through Georgia: A Southern History of the Adcock, Blackwell, O'Kelley Geneseo Rd acres Alabama Alachua County B'rd Birth Mar Bartow Benjamin Bessie born brother Buckingham County Burrell Yates Caroline County Cemetery census Charles Children Day Mo Clermont Concord Baptist Church Creek Day Mo Yr Deed Book Died B'rd Birth. From:Carole Ruff Buckingham Co., VA. Searching for the parents of Elizabeth Baker SPENCER, b 24 June l8l8, Buckingham Co., VA, d 7 Apr l, Amherst Co., VA; m c, John Gilliam LAYNE (son of George Woodson LAYNE and his wife, Sallie GILLIAM), b 7 Oct l8l0, Goochland Co., Va., d 2 Dec l, Amherst Co., Va. Family tradition claims she was dau of Rev. John .

    Johns Family, Buckingham County, Virginia By Kimberly S. Clark Febru at I found the following information in a book titled Genealogical Records of Buckingham County, is one excerpt: The Johns Family The Maryland Family of Johns, from whom Johns Hopkins descends, has. Patrick Stinson Adcock was born in , at birth place, Virginia, to John A. ADCOCK, 7th born and Sarah Sallie Adcock (born Wheeler). John was born on September 10 , in Buckingham County, Virginia, USA.

    James W. Agee wrote this pamphlet as a way to publish the vital records of every known Agee. Unfortunately, at the time of publication, he estimates to have received only a quarter of responses to the cards he sent out. Since he only asked for vital records, that's all he presents in this manuscript. He claims all living Agee's, except one, could claim descent from "the 24" who .   According to the tax lists, John Hood was residing in Buckingham County (Virginia) along with the Crews in and [31] A John Hood also signed as a witness to the will of James Crews*(). On J , Land Warrant # was recorded for James Cruize. James Crews*() received acres and one rood in Knox County, Tennessee.


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Family history; Adock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia by Blanche E. A. Lawless Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Adcock, of Scottish-Irish descent, emigrated from England in late s or early s and settled in Buckingham County, Virginia. His son, Joseph Adcock, served in the American Revolution. He married first, Susan Cason (d. They had thirteen children, ca. Joseph and his second wife, migrated to Kanawha County, Virginia (now West Virginia) in.

A family history;: Adcock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia, some of his descendants, with collateral lines: Christian, McMurtry, Robertson, Ingersoll, etc Author: Blanche E. A Lawless. John Adcock, of Scottish-Irish descent, John from England in the early s and settled in Buckingham County, Virginia.

His grandson, Joel J. Adcock (), son of Joseph Adcock. Thirteen year () supplement to A Family history: Adcock, John of Buckingham County, Virginia, some of his descendants, with collateral lines: Christian, McMurtry, Robertson, Ingersoll, etc [Blanche E. A Lawless] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Get this from a library. A family history; Adcock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia, some of his family history; Adock, with collateral lines: Christian. Get this from a library. A family history: Adcock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia: some of his descendants: with collateral lines: Christian, McMurtry, Robertson, Ingersoll, etc.

[Blanche Elizabeth Of Buckingham County Lawless] -- John Adcock, of Scottish-Irish descent, emigrated from England in late s or early s and settled in Buckingham County, Virginia.

In a biography of Joseph ADCOCK, it states his parents were John Adcock and Ellender Hicks of Hawkins County, Tennessee who separated between and Livingston County Court Clerk's Office, Gabe McCandless, Clerk, Smithland Kentucky, Spouse: Ellender Hicks.

Contains the papers of the Patteson family of Buckingham County, mainly David Patteson (), James M. Patteson (), and George W. Patteson () consisting of accounts, agreements, bonds, broadsides, correspondence, estate papers, judicial records, promissory notes, receipts, reports, surveys, tax records, and wills detailing the Pattesons'.

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A Lawless. Title: Supplement to A family history: Adcock, John of Buckingham County, VA., some of his descendants, with collateral lines Publisher: Supplement to A family history: Adcock, John of Buckingham County, VA., some of his descendants, with collateral lines Number of pages: 70 pages Year: - Language: English Topics: Geography, United States, Virginia.

As for the actual settlement of Buckingham County, it is most difficult to ascertain the exact facts. It has been said that, "The history of the county can never 2.

Julian Dwight Martin, "First Citizens,n ~oday and Yesterday in the Heart of Virginia, published in book form by The Farmville Herald, MaP• Author: James Meade Anderson. John C. Adcock 18 Dec Buckingham County, VA - 31 May last edited 3 Sep Preston Lott Adcock Spartanburg,Spartanburg,South Carolina,United States - 12 Mar managed by Janine Isleman.

7 works Search for books with subject Adcock family. A family history; Adock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia Blanche E. Lawless Not In Library. Adcock Gloria Shipp Frazier Not In Library. Four families through Georgia Harold Ernest O'Kelley Not In Library. William Adcock and Sallie O'Howell of Knox County, Tennessee Martin Southern.

Researching Adcock family tree for a special project. I want to find out as much info for a book to give as am 80th birthday present to a family member. the line so far is: Robert William Adcock - Robert Anderson Adcock - Robert Henry Adcock - William James Adcock - Absolom Adcock - (born England died ) James Adcock - Daniel Adcock Need info on James and his.

Early Adcock History compliments of Betty Adcock Blalock and Eric Adcock. John Adcock who came to Providence Island in the Western Caribbean (an island 40 miles long and a few miles wide) from England via the ship "Expectation" in and a group of other Puritans who had come to the island (as far as we know only men were on the island and a few native.

Buckingham - Family History & Genealogy Message Board. & WOOTTON (all spellings) families. I've had two books published on this County: Lost Marriages of Buckingham County Virginia, & Buckingham County Virginia Federal Census.

Change to Flat View John Adcock family - Buckingham Co. Amy M. Terrel Re: John Adcock family. County. Virginia. This of course included many records pertaining to the forbears of Buckingham County residents, for Buckingham County was organized in Buckingham had been part of the large, sprawling county of Goochland inwhich formed part of Albemarle later.

Apthe House of. Genealogy for Henry Adcock (c - c) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions SurnamesParents: Elizabeth Anderson, Joseph Adcock.

Buckingham - Family History & Genealogy Message Board. (all spellings) families. I've had two books published on this County: Lost Marriages of Buckingham County Virginia, & Buckingham County Virginia Federal Census.

ADCOCK Raleigh VA Marriage Register Book 1, 59, Married by: John J. Spencer. Buckingham Co., VA Marriage Register. John Adcock was born in in Essex, Virginia to Henry Adcock and Susannah White. He married Marie Louise Beland in They had the following children: John died in.

I contacted you some time ago regarding the Wootton/Wooton/Wooten family in Buckingham County Va. I have more information. I found Erving Wooton in the US Census.

He was born around in Virginia (possibly Buckingham County, VA and was married to Bessie (last name unknown). I could not find him in the other US census records.Gannaway Family of Buckingham County, Virginia - (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Southern Roots of Pat Iverson includes Garrett (Source: RootsWeb's WorldConnect) Thomas Gary, Revolutionary Soldier (Source: Alabama Department of Archives & History) Biography of Robert F.

Guerrant (Source: Look to the Past).FIFTY YEARS IN BUCKINGHAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA Patricia L Dunford It is probable that the Palmers who settled in Garrard County, Kentucky, were from Buckingham County, Virginia. The move apparently took place just before Because Buckingham is a “burned county”, its courthouse havingFile Size: KB.