2 edition of Augusta Parish, Virginia, 1738-1780. found in the catalog.
Augusta Parish, Virginia, 1738-1780.
Bibliography: p. 56-58.
|LC Classifications||BX5917.V8 R8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 71 p.|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||73133388|
Charles Parish Register, – English settlers in Virginia introduced a parish system during the colony's first few decades. Statutes from as early as – mention the existence of both parishes and parishioners, and a partial list . Parish Records Search: Colonial parish records consists of registers and vestry books. The registers are genealogically important because they record vital statistics. There is also genealogical information that can be obtained from the vestry books.
Augusta Parish, Virginia, St. John’s Reformed United Church of Christ. St. John’s Reformed United Church of Christ. Sappington, Roger. The Brethren in Virginia. The History of the Church of the Brethren in Virginia. indexed. illustrated. Schildt, John W. The Long Line of Splendor, —The Genealogy of a. Christ Church, or Christ Episcopal Church, is an Anglican church in Winchester, Frederick County, church was founded in , with its first vestry elected in It is the seat of Frederick Parish, Diocese of Virginia, which once covered half of the Shenandoah valley and western Virginia, including what became West current church building, the parish.
Augusta County, VA, Deed Book ___, page ___ 22 Aug 22 John Carlile and Mary to Thomas Adams, of the County of New Kent, £, on both sides of Great River of Calfpasture, acres, purchased by John of ____ GILLIAM. Delivered: Sampson Mathews, 19th March, County, VA, Augusta Deed B p. 54, Chalkley, Vol. 3, p. This book can be downloaded freely from the Internet Archives project. "Virginia Taxpayers " Augusta B. Fothergill and John Mark Naugle Taxpayer's name, poll #, number of slaves, and County for Virginia LLS.
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Augusta County Parish vestry book,Accession #, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va. Reproduction Notes Electrostatic copy. Location of Original Original in the Augusta County, Va.
Courthouse. Technical Details Staff View. Augusta Parish, Virginia, Verona, Va.: McClure Press, Available at FHL Book K2r. Parish Records [edit | edit source] Colonial parish Augusta Parish have been lost.
Websites [edit | edit source] Digital version at Google Books. Augusta Parish serves Augusta County, Virginia. Located in Staunton, it has since been renamed Trinity Church. Trinity Chapel also served parishioners. A chapel of ease, built inserved parishioners in what is now Rockingham County, Virginia.
Founded [edit | edit source] ; Resources [edit | edit source] Cemetery [edit | edit source]. Augusta County Resources. Augusta Parish Heavy migration of Scotch-Irish, Welsh, and Germans from Pennsylvania into Virginia began about Augusta Parish County became the haven for Scotch-Irish Presbyterians.
While Augusta County was officially formed from Orange County init wasn't until that the first court was held. One source, Beverley Ruffin, 'Augusta Parish, Virginia, ,' (Berryville, VA: Virginia Book Company, ), p.
14, says that John was probably an Anglican when he settled but provides no evidence for this statement. If so, then John was likely of English or Welsh lineage but could also have come from Ireland.
The Beverley Patent, including original grantees, in Orange & Augusta counties, Va. Family History Library Vestry book, (Augusta Parish (Augusta County, Virginia: Episcopal)) Family History Library Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, Ancestry. Isle of Wight County Virginia Deed B LVA Reel #9.
51–Jacob Randolph and Joseph Pretlow of Nansemond County fully persuaded that freedom is natural right of all mankind and duty unto others etc-frees Negro Nero abt 60 yrs of. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor.
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Mark's Parish when Augusta Co was formed from Orange Co Bath Prince George Co to Dinwiddie Co to aft Bath was formed from Bristol Parish in. The vestry book of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, The annals and history of Henrico Parish, Diocese of Virginia: and St.
John's P.E. Church. Annals of Henrico Parish, Diocese of Virginia, Henry County, Virginia Marriages, Highland County Virginia Birth Records, Augusta County Deed Book, Augusta County Reel 2, Local Government Records Collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
Acquisition Information These items came to the Library of Virginia in a transfer of court papers from Augusta County.
Name: Location: Notes Gabriel Alexander: Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent, acres in Beverley Manor, 27 Feb. from Chalkley's), (b. bef.d. bef. 6 MarchAugusta County, Virginia), is a brother of James Alexander (listed below) may be related in some way (perhaps a cousin) to Robert Alexander, listed research is necessary.
Augusta Parish, Virginia Ruffin, Beverley Autobiography and Chronological Life of Reverend Paul HenkelThe Henkel, Paul Avenue of Armies--Civil War Sites and Stories of Luray and Page County.
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An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia". The Augusta County abstracts were originally published as part of "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley.
The remaining records from Isle of Wight and Norfolk Counties were abstracted from microfilmed copies of the original Will Books. The earliest of the three was Augusta Female Seminary, founded in by the Reverend Rufus W. Bailey. Bailey was a career educator who had moved to South Carolina from his native New England in He eventually relocated in Virginia and appears to have come to Staunton with the specific intent of starting a school for girls.
Elizabeth Bentley’s book Virginia Marriage Records contains details on Virginia marriages extracted from three publications: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, and Tyler’s Quarterly Historical and Genealogical book’s introductory note offers some background on the original sources.Brown, Katharine L.
Books Bring Adventure: The Story of the Staunton Public Library. Brown, Katharine L. Celebrating 80 Years of Rotary in Staunton, Virginia, Augusta Parish, Virginia, St. John’s Reformed United Church of Christ. St. John’s Reformed United Church of Christ. Sappington, Roger. The.LynchLbrg, Virginia Augusta Parish, Virginia, BY BEVRLEY RUFFIN.
Verona, Virginia: Mc-Clure Press, vii, 7I PP. $ IT is a difficult task to separate the functions, duties, and personnel of the county and the parish in Colonial Virginia; all three overlapped.
This was particularly true.