2 edition of Frederick Parish, Virginia, 1744-1780 found in the catalog.
Frederick Parish, Virginia, 1744-1780
Everard Kidder Meade
Originally pub. in 2 pts. in the Proceedings of the Clarke County Historical Association.
|Statement||with 3 original maps by Josiah Look Dickinson. Pub. by Cunningham Chapel Parish (successor to Frederick Parish)|
|Contributions||Cunningham Chapel Parish, Clarke Co., Va.|
|LC Classifications||BX5980.C8 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||48012703|
Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds, Frederick County, Virginia Hopewell Friends History. Genealogical history of the Lee family of Virginia and Maryland from A.D. to A.D. Gloucester County (Virginia) The vestry book of Kingston Parish, Mathews County, Virginia (until May 1, , Gloucester County), Formed from Frederick Parish, Frederick Co. Still mentioned in "Hening's Statutes" in , so I suspect it went into Berkeley Co (now WV) when it was formed from Frederick in Northampton abt Northampton Co to North Farnham abt Missing: book.
On 5 December the vestry of Cumberland Parish in Lunenburg County, in Virginia's Southside, voted to employ Townshend as minister for three months. His having no license from the Bishop of London was apparently overlooked by the churchmen. His salary, according to the vestry book, was to be 4, pounds. In , the General Assembly of Virginia passed an act forming Louisa County from Hanover County, and an act forming Fredericksville Parish from St. Martin's Parish of Hanover County, both acts to be effective 1 December It should be noted that although the first vestry meeting was recorded on 10 January , it was in fact already Missing: book.
Christ Episcopal Church (Winchester, Virginia) Christ Church (Winchester, Virginia), or Christ Episcopal Church, founded in (with its first vestry elected in ), is the seat of Frederick Parish, Diocese of Virginia, which once covered half of the Shenandoah valley and western Virginia, including what became West nation: Anglican. Virginia electronic records for genealogical research. Marriage records, deed books, will books, personal property tax lists, births, deaths, census, maps, etc. Iberian Publishing Company supplies reference works for genealogical research. We have over 1, genealogy books for Virginia and the Southeastern United States.
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Frederick Parish, Virginia-early history during its time as the first parish west of the Blue Ridge mountains. The Parish at Frederick Parish founding in encompassed the entirity of what was then Frederick County, N of the Augusta County line and West to the headwaters of the Potomac River in what is now West Virginia.
Meade's history of Frederick Parish is available online. Chambers, Benjamin Duvall. Old Chapel and the Parish in Clarke County, Virginia: A History from the Founding of Frederick Parish, to the Centenary of Christ Church, Millwood, Washington:.
Frederick Parish, Virginia, its churches, chapels, ministers and vestries Family History Library Hopewell Friends history,Frederick 1744-1780 book, Virginia: records of Hopewell Monthly Meetings and Meetings reporting to Hopewell, two hundred years of history and genealogy Family History Library.
Meade, Everard Kidder. "Frederick Parish, Virginia,Its Churches, Chapels, Victor S. "Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Virginia Vestry Book, FHL Book D25f. Frederick County Virginia Genealogy Societies and Libraries [edit | edit source].
Fredericksville Parish was established in and covered part of Louisa County from to From to it covered part of Albemarle and Louisa counties. After the parish covered only part of Albemarle County.
On 29 Mar. the party surveyed a tract of land for James Rutledge (surveying notes, DLC:GW). Rutledge acquired acres in Frederick County in May (Northern Neck Deeds and Grants, Book G, 56, Vi Microfilm). He was presumably a member of the family that had settled on the South Branch as early as or Parish, Orange County, planter, to James Stodgill of same, planter.
Leas aned release; for L5 current money, acres, part of acres corner to Francis Williams standing in the county line corner to Thomas Callaway in Colo. Braxton's line on the north side of a branch. Thomas Callaway 23 July FREE Small Books History Genealogy Frederick Parish, Va.
Churches, Chapels, etc. Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors for Northampton Co.,VA. Virginia Wills Before by Wm. Clemens. Scotch-Irish in the Valley of Virginia by WaddellAuthor: Historical Melungeons. VESTRY BOOK OF To Capt*^ John Redford, for the railing of the Church, in full payment, 4, To William Bafs, ditto, 4, To Capt® John Redford, for fix Benches, 16 To William Robertfon, for keeping Andrew Crawford four months and burying of him, 1, So.
“Frederick Parish, Virginia, – Its Churches, Chapels and Ministers.” Proceedings of the Clarke County Historical Association 5 (): 18– description ends). Index Entries. Frederick Parish, Virginia, Its churches, chapels, ministers and vestries. Winchester, Va: Pifer Printing Company. Very Good with no dust jacket.
1st. Contains parish recordswhich consisted of appointments of vestry officers, collections of levy, care of poor, and parish accounts. From tothe records become the minutes and accounts of the the board of the overseers of the poor for Frederick County and the city of Winchester.
Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis. Format Book Published Manchester, Mo.: Davis, Language English Description University of Virginia Library PO BoxCharlottesville, VA ph: Get this from a library.
Frederick Parish, Virginia, its churches, chaples, ministers and vestries; with 3 original maps by Josiah Look Dickinson. [Everard Kidder Meade; Cunningham Chapel Parish, Clarke Co. Va.]. Book Reviews. The History and Present State of Virginia by Robert Beverley, Louis B.
Wright. Frederick Parish, Virginia,Its Churches, Chapels, Ministers and Vestries by Everard Kidder Meade. Frederick Parish, Virginia,Its Churches. Get this from a library.
Frederick Parish, Virginia, its churches, chapels, ministers and vestries. [Everard Kidder Meade; Cunningham Chapel Parish. Fred - Frederick Parish, Virginia, It's Churches, Chapels, Ministers and Vestries Record Type: Library Gayn - Originis of our Family-Gaynor, Pomeroy, Costello, Etc.-Vol 1 & 2.
Frederick Parish, Virginia, Cunningham Chapel Parish, ; Victor Dunn, “Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Vestry Book (Overseers of the Poor) abstracted,” Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, beginning with Vol.
The Virginia Genealogical Society is dedicated to promoting family history education and research and sharing accumulated knowledge through Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Vestry Book, – (Overseers of Poor) (Continued from Vol. 48 No. 3) Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Virginia, Vestry Book, – (Overseers of.
Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Vestry Book, – (Overseers of Poor) (Continued from Vol. 48 No. 3) Victor S. Dunn, CG Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Vestry Book, – (Overseers of. Frederick Parish, Va.Churches, Chapels, etc.
Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors for Northampton Co.,VA Virginia Wills Before by Wm. M. Clemens Historical Sketches of "Old Bruton Church" Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg Wills Abt. Frederick Parish, Va.Churches, Chapels, etc. Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors for Northampton Co., Virginia Wills Before by Wm.
M. Clemens Historical Sketches of “Old Bruton Church” Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg Wills Abt. Old Surry, Va.
History of Hampton & Eliz. City Co. Va. Tyler Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Vestry Book, – (Overseers of Poor) (Continued from Vol. 48 No. 3) Victor S. Dunn, CG Frederick Parish, Frederick County, Vestry Book, –