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The Carters of Amelia County, Virginia

Peyton F. Carter

The Carters of Amelia County, Virginia

350 years of American history

by Peyton F. Carter

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Peyton F. Carter III.
The Physical Object
Pagination172p. :
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22038867M
ISBN 100740442260
OCLC/WorldCa54949528

User Review - Flag as inappropriate Will book 1, Amelia County, Virginia wills, , bonds, "Deed Book 1, Amelia County, Virginia" Google Books Genealogy (Online Book Snipits) GRAVELY "James (X) Gravilet" (James Gravely, Sr.)5/5(2). To the poor of Raleigh parish, Amelia county, £ To Judith, daughter of Colonel Edward Booker. 1. Edmund" Booker, lived for a time in Essex county. There is recorded in Amelia a deed, dated June, , from Edward Booker, of Amelia, conveying to Edmund Booker, of Essex, a tract of land in Amelia, near Richard Booker's mill. The Munsey Ancestors of Rhoda Munsey Carter () of Russell County, Virginia, and Newton County, Missouri. Biloxi, Miss.: J.D. Carter, FHL Film Item 5. [Carter] Carter, Lennie Melvin. The Carter Family: The Genealogy and Family History of the Virginia Carters and Their Migration to Lawrence County, Kentucky. Baltimore, Md.


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The Carters of Amelia County, Virginia by Peyton F. Carter Download PDF EPUB FB2

January Regular Meeting. document seq February Regular Meeting. document seq Approved Minutes No documents. Board Meeting Books 3 documents. document seq January Regular Meeting. document seq February Regular Meeting. document seq I am honored, as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, to welcome you to Virginia book Amelia County, Virginia, one of the last great undiscovered treasures of the Commonwealth.

Amelia, part of the historic Commonwealth or ldquo Heartland rdquo Region of Virginia has a long and storied history of agriculture, self reliance and deep rooted family values, which are venerated, fostered and flourish.

Amelia The Carters of Amelia County, Virginia Deed Book 7, e book Amelia County, Virginia Deed Books 9, 10 e book Amelia County, Virginia Deed Bo 13 e book. Amelia County was created in from parts of Prince George and Brunswick counties, and it was named in honor of Princess Amelia of Great of the county were Virginia book carved out to The Carters of Amelia County Prince Edward and Nottoway counties.

As of the census, the county populationwhich is an increase of more than 44 The Carters of Amelia County from the ssional district: 7th.

Amelia Co. Order Book 17 - 1 - Amelia County, Virginia Order Book 17 June June 1 At a Court held for Amelia County the 23rd day of June Present: Edmund Booker, John Booker, Mackenniss Goode and William Finny, Gent.

An Indenture between William Crenshaw, Sr., and David Crenshaw of the one part andFile Size: 1MB. Shop for baby clothing, baby necessities and essentials atthe most trusted name in baby, kids, and toddler clothing.

Shop our selection of cute baby & kids clothing. Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.

Oriented with The Carters of Amelia County toward upper left. "Map from the Confederate Engineer Bureau in Richmond, Va. General J.F. Gilmer chief engineer. Presented to the Virginia Historical Society by his only daughter, Mrs. J.F. Minis, Savh., Ga." Two sheets joined to form 1, mounted on cloth.

LC Land ownership maps, Available also through the. Use microfilm copy, The Carters of Amelia County County The Carters of Amelia County Reels Preferred Citation Amelia County Will Books, ReelsLocal government records collection, Amelia County Court Records.

The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Amelia County Historical Society, Amelia Court Virginia book, VA. likes. Society Activities: Maintenance of The Carters of Amelia County Jackson Memorial Library and Museum Namozine Church 5/5.

Will book 1, Amelia County, Virginia: Wills,bonds, Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: Gibson Jefferson McConnaughey. Father: Waddill Carter, b. AbtPrince Edward Co., Virginia, d. Prince Edward Co., Virginia (Age ~ 39 years): Mother: Mildred "Millie" Wade, b.

AbtPrince Edward Co., Virginia, d. 24 OctPrince Edward County, Virginia Virginia book ~ 60 years): Married: Abt John Bigger testified in the Chancery case, that "about the beginning of the War in America with Great Britan. Library of Virginia East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia Parking and Directions Agency Hours: Monday - Saturday, AM - PM Check for updates or closings.

County Road Orderscovers the 18th century transportation records for an important portion of present-day Northern Virginia. Created from Fairfax County The Carters of Amelia CountyLoudoun County is located in extreme north-central Virginia. To the east of Loudoun County is FairfaxFile Size: 1MB.

AMELIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS () Transcribed by Gibson Jefferson McConnaughey. 99 pages, " X ",detailed above, Deed Book II contains deeds, wives' dower relinquishments and shows migrations to other parts of Virginia and to other states, occupations, an early apprenticeship, and mentions several family cemeteries.

To view a digital copy of the index to this book, visit. Amelia County Virginia Order Book March to October Regular price $ Tithe Lists Virginia book Amelia County, Virginia, and Regular price $ Amelia County Virginia Order Books 17 and June to March Regular price $ Amelia County, Virginia and Pearson Appraisal Assume no liability arising from use of these Values or Data contained on this website.

The values and property data is provided without warranty of any kind either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warrantees of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

Amelia Co. Order Book 19 ii This transcription was created using microfilm r Amelia County Order Booksfrom the Genealogical Society of Utah, which was obtained by the Amelia County Historical Society, and loaned to me for transcription.

Where words were not legible or obscured, I left them blank (e.g., _____). In some. Amelia County (Va.) ReelsLocal government records collection, Amelia County Court Records. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Acquisition Information This item came to the Library of Virginia in shipments of court papers from Amelia County.

Did this come from the county because the Carters were from there. Family folklore from one branch says these Carters came from Goochland. Powhatan was once part of Cumberland, which was part or Goochland. There is a Jane Carter who appears on the Census in Amelia County, as being 85 years old, living with a Gracey Carter, aged   In reply to: Powhatan Carters, Virginia Peyton Carter 6/05/13 I don't think Jane Carter who appears on the Census in Amelia County would be the widow of the William Carter, d.

in Bedford co., VA as she was not listed in his will which was written in Amelia County Order Books, 17 & 18, June – MarchAmelia County Historical Society Amelia, VA Library of Virginia, Revolutionary War Public Service Claims Light, Steve.

Early Carters in Scott County, Virginia Unknown Binding – January 1, by Rita K Sutton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download Author: Rita K Sutton.

A melia County was established in from parts of Prince George and Brunswick counties. The County is named for Princess Amelia Sophia of Great Britain, daughter of King George II.

Just 35 miles southwest of Richmond, Amelia County, Virginia has access to all the resources of a large urban center, while providing the benefits of a small community. The Carters Run Rural Historic District encompasses a large rural landscape in central northern Fauquier ng some 4, acres (1, ha), the district extends south from near Marshall southward along Carters Run Road, the only major paved road through the district.

The district also includes properties accessible from Scotts Road (County Road ) and on the east side of Free State Coordinates: 38°50′00″N 77°51′28″W / °N. Category:Carter family of Virginia. Jump to navigation Jump to search.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Carter family of Virginia. The Carter family is a First Family of Virginia and prominent landowning family in early U.S. history. Subcategories. Amelia County Fair - Five Forks Road, Amelia Court House, Virginia - Rated based on 13 Reviews "We love the Amelia County Fair.

Small /5(13). The Carter’s of Colonial Virginia. John Carter, immigrated to Virginia from England in aboard the “Safety”. Living in Jamestown, 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.

Amelia County Road Orders is one of several compilations of early Virginia road orders left unfinished by Nathaniel Mason Pawlett, longtime Faculty Research Historian of the Virginia Transportation Research Council, at his death in File Size: KB.

"About the year Sir William Green sailed 'on the ship Speedwell' for America and came to Virginia and settled on the Eastern Shore in Westmoreland county. In Bishop Meade's book, 'Old Churches and Families of Virginia,' he says of Westmoreland: 'It was called the Athens of Virginia because of the worth, talents and patriotism of its people.'.

AMELIA COUNTY TITHABLE LIST for Originally Transcribed by Pub. in "The Southside Virginia" Octobervol 1, num. 1 Amelia County has one of the most complete extant runs of tithables in Virginia.

The originals are available on microfilm at the Virginia State Library. Transcribed for Genealogy Trails by K. Torp. Amelia County, Virginia Will Books Will Book "3" ( - ) COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX 77 Pages, Full Name Index, Softcover, "x11" VA, $ A Book of Garretts.

Supplement Number Three: This Book has Corrected and Added Information on Descendants of John and Susannah Garrott of Amelia County, Virginia. It has Also Some Information on Garretts of Lee County, Va. and of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania Utica, Ky.: McDowell Publications, FHL Book Gg supp.

This collection consists of Virginia will records extracted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly. The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book.

Relief shown by contours. Shows the names of some residents. Oriented with north toward upper left. Annotated in top left corner: Furnished to the Coast Survey Office by Sergeant J.A. Campbell (District Cavalry).

Map captured near Fire Forks April 5, LC Land ownership maps, Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. A nonprofit citizens' organization founded in to discover, procure, preserve, and present for study and research artifacts and documents depicting the natural, civic, architectural, and literary histories of Amelia County.

Located in the Jackson Building at the corner of Virginia and Church Streets across from the Court House Square, the society maintains a small library of general, legal.

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.

John would have been born in Amelia County, Virginia, in that portion now Nottway County, before his father's move to Cumberland County, in that portion now Powhatan County. John dies before the period when applications for Revolutionary War Pensions were opened and.

Essex County, Virginia and died ca Amelia County, Virginia. He married Susannah Pollard ca in Amelia County, Virginia.

She was born in and died between and in Amelia County, Virginia. Children of George and Susannah Pollard Foster: 1. AMELIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. Some marriage records of Amelia County were published in “Amelia County, Virginia Courthouse Miniatures” by B.

Davis: A bond was issued September 4, for the marriage of William Gowen to Sophia Phillips, according to Amelia County Marriage Bond No. Amelia - Family History & Genealogy Message Board The Peyton F. Carter that I was speaking of published his Carter book in and then he retired from Carter genealogy research.

The Carters of Amelia County, Virginia: Years of American History Peyton F. Carter If he is still alive (and I hope he is!) I would like to see him return. Full text of "The Carters of Blenheim; a genealogy of Edward and Sarah Champe Carter of "Blenheim," Albemarle County, other formats.This download pdf the copies from the first Book of Record for the Courts of Grayson county.

Said book begins with the date of the 21st day of May,and closes with the 31st of May, First court held in new courthouse, on 22nd of July, Second courthouse built about County divided, and Carroll cut off of east end of Grayson, in   Ebook submit records, use the records submission forms or contact the county file manager, Kris.

Please do not change the subject line in your email, but be sure to make the appropriate corrections to the email address. For additional genealogical information visit the Amelia County VAGenWeb site.