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Martin Martin of New Kent County, Virginia

Carolyn Smith Bailey

Martin Martin of New Kent County, Virginia

by Carolyn Smith Bailey

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Published by Colonial Legacy Press in Rocky Mount, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Martin family,
    • Martin, Martin, d. ca. 1741 -- Family,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-123).

      StatementCarolyn Smith Bailey.
      GenreGenealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.M38 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination123 p. :
      Number of Pages123
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3321922M
      LC Control Number2004275258

      watercourses became St. Martin™s Parish. New Kent County and Hanover County Road Orders marks a departure from the previous volumes of road orders published by the Virginia Transportation Research Council, as it contains road orders that are not among the records of the county court. This volume coversFile Size: KB. Virginia Navy in the Revolutionary War COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX James L. Douthat 35 Pages, " x 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted

      Abraham Martin 7 Feb New Kent County, Virginia - 6 Sep Charles Thomas Martin Virginia - 20 Mar Pierre Martin Goochland, Goochland, Colony of Virginia - Mar New Kent once formed part of Charles River County, one of the eight shires into which the colony of Virginia was divided in Originally including part or all of the present day counties of King & Queen, King William, Spotsylvania and Hanover, the modern day borders of New Kent took place in through exchange of land with James City County.

      James Lafayette. James Lafayette (ca. –) Contributed by John Salmon and the Dictionary of Virginia Biography. James Lafayette was a spy during the American Revolution (–). Born a slave about , he was a body servant for his owner, William Armistead, of . R B The Burlington Court Book: A Records of Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey, – R ME Early Records of Cumberland County, New Jersey R ME Early Church Records of Salem County, New Jersey R WE Early Church Records of Monmouth County, New JerseyFile Size: 32KB.


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Martin Martin of New Kent County, Virginia by Carolyn Smith Bailey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Now for information about the Martin Martin of THIS memorial: ~ BORN about probably in Virginia Source for DATE: Martin Martin was appointed Processioner in St.

Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia in Thus he would have to be born between and to Burial: Burnt Chimney Cemetery, Cumberland County. b. - New Kent County, VA. bef. - King William County, VA. On Ap Major Martin Palmer, grandfather to Martin Key and Mr. John Hume gave him acres of land in New Kent County, Saint George's Parish, Virginia.

The following information regard this action was recorded in Patent Book 8 on page i. George Martin (Source: No Author, The Parish Register of Saint Peter's New Kent County Virginia,(Book and Job nd.

), Page ), born 24 Mar. John Martin (Source: No Author, The Parish Register of Saint Peter's New Kent County Virginia,(Book and Job nd. ), Page ), born 08 Apr in St.

Peters Parish, New Kent Co., VA (Source: No Author, The. Death: J — Burnt Tree Cemetery, Cat Tail Branch, Cumberland, Virginia, USABirth of a daughter #1: Amelia Martin, April 6, (Age. Joseph Virginia book, Jr. (–) was a brigadier general in the Virginia militia during the Virginia book Revolutionary War, in which Martin's frontier diplomacy with the Cherokee people is credited with not only averting Indian attacks on the Scotch-Irish American and English American settlers who helped win the battles of Kings Mountain and Cowpens, but with also helping to keep the Indians.

He owned land in New Kent Co., Va., in along with Henry, Thomas, and William Martin. (Vestry Book, St. Peter's Church.) The last mention in the Vestry Book of Martin Martin is The Parish Register contains the marriage of Martin Martin to Sarah Hix 10. Henry Martin (b.

18 AUG(Baptized) St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., VA) Notes for: John Martin John Martin, Sr. of New Kent Co., patented acres of new land in Henri co Co. on the north side of the north branch of the James River or Rivan na at the mouth of Dog Creek, 17 Aug   Whatever the case, it may be that John Johnson Jnr.

was the father of the Mary Johnson who married John Martin, as above, which might perfectly be explained by the associations leading to Thomas Harris [ob. ] marrying a Martin of West connection; perhaps a daughter of Edward Martin, b.

4/5/, Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire, sp. Judith Upham Children: Benjamin Martin, John Joseph Martin, Elizabeth Spearman, Henry Martin. The Vestry Book and Register of St. Peter's Parish: New Kent and James City Counties, Virginia, Authors: St.

Peter's Parish (New Kent County, Va.), St. Peter's parish. New Kent co., Va: Editor: Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne: Contributor: Virginia State Library: Publisher: Division of purchase and printing, Original from: the. - Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia.

The Register of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Va., from to Richmond, Va.: Wm. Ellis Jones, Book and Job Printer, Digital versions at Internet Archive - free; VAGenWeb - free.

- St. Peter's Parish Christenings Guide to New Kent County Virginia ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Birth, marriage, death, and census records, family histories, immigration records, and military records.

This article is about a county in the state of Virginia. For other uses, see Kent (disambiguation). State Route 33 (SR 33) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of state highway runs miles ( km) from U.S. Route 33 and US in Richmond, Virginia east to Chesapeake Boulevard in Stingray 33 is a state-numbered eastward extension of US 33 that connects Richmond with West Point and the Middle Peninsula, one of three large peninsulas on the west side of East end: Chesapeake Boulevard in Stingray Point.

From the Richmond Enquirer of March 4, BARHAMSVILLE NEW KENT COUNTY, Va., Ordinary for Sale- FOR RENT OR SALE, the old and valuable Tavern stand, at New Kent Court-house.

AMERICA IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. Parish Record Series, No. RICHMOND: Wm. Ellis Jones, Book & Job Printer. INTRODUCTION. New Kent county was formed from the county of York inand it seems that the parish of St. Peter’s was established about the same time. In ’85 Blisland Parish was cut off from St.

Peter’s. Hanover County was officially formed by the Virginia General Assembly on Novemthrough an act dividing New Kent County.

It was named in honor of King George I of England, who, at the time of his coronation, was Elector of Hannover in Germany. 77 22' 03" Latitude, 37 43' 05" Longitude. Some Ancient Landowners in Saint Martin's Parish Hanover County, Virginia By Norine Campbell Gregory. This work, first published inpresents an examination of the landowners of upper Hanover County, Virginia.

pages, soft cover This book is now available for sale exclusively at Please click here to purchase. New Kent County, Virginia. New Kent County was established in from York County and was organized and settled by William Claiborne.

The county's name originated because several prominent inhabitants, including William Claiborne, recently had been forced from their settlement at Kent Island, Maryland by Lord Baltimore upon the formation of Maryland.

— To Isaac Winston from Martin Slaughter & Jane his wife; Rob 1 King & Susan his wife Sam 1 McGeehee & Elizabeth his wife a. the same that Geo. Alvis deeded 27 Oct. (recorded in New Kent) to Susan Ellitt wh.

by death of said Susan did descend to said Jane, Susan & Elizabeth daughter's of said Susan Ellitt Witness Jno White Jr. W' m. New Kent County Circuit Court houses permanent land records dating from Septembermarriage licenses fromand probate records from September Civil and criminal cases, judgments, and financing statements are also available to the public in person.

Old New Kent County [Virginia] includes Martin family (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Loudoun. Biography of Joshua Martin, M.D. (Source: Wright State Library Special Collections) Northumberland.

Virginia Will Records includes Lee, Heath, Miller, Martin, Guerrant - Notes from the Records of. July 30 New Kent County Fair Association Planning Meeting 7 pm at the New Kent Administration Building at New Kent Courthouse. Anyone interested in the New Kent County Fair is invited to attend.

(The New Kent County Fair is scheduled for Aug 15, 16, ).Full text of "The parish register of Saint Peter's, New Kent county, Virginia from to " See other formats.Title from photographer's inventory.

Building/structure dates: Martha Danridge (Widow Custis), wife of Geo. Washington and her father's family lived in the parish and worshipped here. Traditional place of the marriage of Wash. In Parish church of Mrs. Daniel Parke Custis. Corresponding reference print in LOT Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the.