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1. Re: [VAAUGUST] [VAROOTS] Makers of America: Biographies of Leading Men of Thought and Action, the [1]
You can download a copy of the entire book from the Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/makersofamericab3_00wash2 If you do not want the whole book, I would be happy to send the pages you require. BTW, you need pages 100 - 105 in their version. There is a picture and the back of the picture page is blank. Let me know if you want printable sized or on-scree viewable sized copies. --- John McComb wrote: > Does anyone happen to have volume 3 of this series published by B. F. J
2. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
The courthouse for Augusta didn't exist until 1745. The earliest I've seen were Dec 1745. Pre 1742 records may be in Orange or kept by Beverly. Have you found the surveys, they might indicate when the land was sold. Some of these early patents were sold by the land grantee to the settlers who had to wait for several years for the title to be issued through the House Of Burgess. These are located in the VA Archives in Richmond. The militia records may not be the entire population of eligible males. Sam m
3. [VAAUGUST] Fw: Fw:Janie Sherman CG [1]
Re: Christopher ShrockCan anyone help ----- Original Message ----- From: sungoat@cox.net To: webguru@genealogyinc.com ; doreatr@rbnet.com Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 12:17 PM Subject: Fw:Janie Sherman CG Can you tell me how to contact this woman who is listed as a CG in Augusta, Va. She has refused to respond to my inquiries since October, 07. Terry Shrock ----- Original Message ----- From: sungoat@cox.net To: Terry Shrock Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 6:43 AM Subject: Fw: Christopher Sh
4. [VAAUGUST] Archibald Reed/Reid [1]
I am researching the family of Archibald Reed/Reid and his wife Margaret Firebaugh from Augusta Co. I have quite a bit of information on this Reed/Reid family and would certainly be happy to share what I have. If you have information on Archibald or Margaret, I would certainly appreciate it if you would contact me. Keith Reed Arlington, Tx.
5. [VAAUGUST] Makers of America: Biographies of Leading Men of Thought and Action, the [1]
Does anyone happen to have volume 3 of this series published by B. F. Johnson in 1917? The series was a "series of biographies of men in the South Atlantic States." Around pages 99 to 103/4 the book discusses James McComb and this is the information that I am looking for. I would like to get a copy or scan of these pages if anyone has a copy and could do this I would appreciate it. Thank you
6. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
Remember that there was a large part of the population in 1700s and 1880s that could not read or write. So when they gave their names to someone at court or a census taker, etc, they depended upon that person to spell their name correctly. The person taking /recording the name would recorder their spelling of their phonetic understanding of the name. I have seen a single court document that recorded my surname spelled as Hamilton and Hambleton in the same document- both spelling appearing more than o
7. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/local/local_rec/county_city/augusta.htm If you've been at this for 20 years you probably already know about the microfilm in Richmond. For those who don't here's a list. I'm not familiar with the specific's of Beverly's Grant and how his land sales might differ from some others. My ancestor, Richard Bodkin, was on the Bullpasture River (30 miles farther West in now Highland Co.) by April 1746. ----- Original Message ----- From: To:
8. [VAAUGUST] William L. Sellers/Sallie M. Whitehurst marriage [1]
Hi all, I'm looking for a marriage record in Augusta County for William L. Sellers and Sallie M. Whitehurst. The marriage supposedly took place at some point between 1869 and 1871. William L. Sellers died on June 21, 1871, and was supposedly "Single" at the time of death. However, Sallie M. Whitehurst appears on census records as "Sallie Sellers" beginning in 1880 and supposedly listed herself as "Sallie Sellers, widow of William L. Sellers" a number of years later for a directory in Roanoke County
9. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
You might try the spelling Collison or Colleson or Colison or even Kallison or Kollison. Chalkley varies on the spellings for the same names according to how the clerk chose to spell them. Sue Liedtke ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 3:27 PM Subject: Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help > > In a message dated 1/29/2008 5:19:06 P.M. Central Standard Time, > johnrhamilton@hughes.net writes: > > Remember that there was a large part of
10. Re: [VAAUGUST] Fw: Fw:Janie Sherman CG [1]
Hi Terry, If you want to file a complaint about a certified genealogist, you should contact http://www.bcgcertification.org/ It is the body that certifies genealogists. The board will also act as intermediary between clients and certified genealogists when there is a dispute. Good luck, Deb Rena Worthen wrote: > Re: Christopher ShrockCan anyone help > ----- Original Message ----- > From: sungoat@cox.net > To: webguru@genealogyinc.com ; doreatr@rbnet.com > Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 12:17
11. [VAAUGUST] Hening's Statutes [1]
thought you might enjoy Julie Freddie Spradlin wrote: From: "Freddie Spradlin" To: , Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2008 15:55:54 -0800 Subject: [VAROOTS] Hening's Statutes The Statutes at Large; being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia, by William Waller Hening. Volume 9 of Henings Statures is now complete at http://vagenweb.org/hening This volume covers 1773-1778 and it has much on how the legislature
12. [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
I have a list of the militia in 1742 that includes a Sam Calehison and a list of people who were processioned in 1755 that includes many of the list of 1742 along with James Callison. Since I don't have access to the original militia list, I am thinking of the possibility that Sam Calesone is really Jam. Callison. All these names per Chalkley. There is not another CALEHISON in any of the 3 Volumes of Chalkley. I know that James Callison got his land in the Beverley Patent in 1749 but there are s
13. [VAAUGUST] Browns of Va [1]
From: Hdanw@aol.com > Subject: [VALOUISA] Benjamin Brown - Some Notes > To: valouisa@rootsweb.com, vaalbema@rootsweb.com, > VA-SOUTHSIDE-L@rootsweb.com > Cc: VAHANOVE-L@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" > > Here are some limited notes on Benjamin Brown of > Louisa Co., previously of > colonial Hanover Co. > > If you use this material in your own genealogy, > please cite the > sources--which is expected of ALL genealogists these
14. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
In a message dated 1/29/2008 5:19:06 P.M. Central Standard Time, johnrhamilton@hughes.net writes: Remember that there was a large part of the population in 1700s and 1880s that could not read or write. Thanks John, I am going to have a hard time convincing some of the Callison family that James Callison was in Augusta Co 7 years earlier than they thought but I can still have my own ideas. I don't think I have noticed SAM written as a shortened version for Samuel (usually SAML) but have seem
15. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
Sam could have been a son or relative of James, who may have been too old to be in the militia or handicapped in some way. He might also have received a pass or excuse to be relieved of military service. Another possibility, the way the J was written could have been misinterpreted by the transcriber of the original records as an S. Can you order a copy of the original record through your local library or LDS Family History Center? That way you could see the original text for yourself, whic
16. Re: [VAAUGUST] [VAROOTS] Makers of America: Biographies of Leading Men ofThought and Action, the [1]
Thank you for all of your advice. And thank you Joy for pointing me in a great direction. I now have a copy of the book and a new source of information. I was using Google books and it did not offer a complete viewing. Thanks again John > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Joy Fisher" > To: ; ; > ; > Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:06 PM > Subject: Re: [VAROOTS] Makers of Americ
17. Re: [VAAUGUST] Need help [1]
In a message dated 1/31/2008 1:13:03 P.M. Central Standard Time, seleaml@actionnet.net writes: You might try the spelling Collison or Colleson or Colison or even Kallison or Kollison Yes, soundex is especially fun when having to remember to check for both C and K. Also found them in other states as Kellerson, Cellerson and any other imaginable spelling. Makes it fun. As far as I can determine -- the 1742 militia original is found per CHALKLEY "Copies of the Musters of Augusta County". Per
18. [VAAUGUST] James Moffett [1]
Just wondering if anyone knows who these Moffett girls married? I will never be able to prove a wife for John Callison, son of James, but the Callisons, Moffetts and Ledgerwoods lived in the same vicinity. My thoughts are that John was possibly married to an Elizabeth. Two of James Mitchell's children married two of James Callison's children so since he was executor of this will -- the families must have known each other. Robert Callison, brother to John, witnessed the will in 1810 of James Moff
19. [VAAUGUST] Archibald Reed/Reed [1]
I am researching the family of Archibald Reed/Reid and his wife Margaret Firebaugh from Augusta Co. I have quite a bit of information on this Reed/Reid family and would certainly be happy to share what I have. If you have information on Archibald or Margaret, I would certainly appreciate it if you would contact me. Keith Reed Arlington, Tx.
20. [VAAUGUST] Marriage Notices in SC & American General Gazette - DMK Heritage [1]
Forwarding from another list - I went through one of the free books and found these names that seem familiar. I'm looking in the Marriage Notices in SC & American General Gazette. the marriages didn't necessarily take place in South Carolina though there is a GORDON and a BAKER on page 9 2 DOUGHTYs on page 11 1 DOUGHTY on page 14 STEVENSON on page 15 RUSSEL, PRINCE, BOONE, MACKAY (of Augusta) page 18 BALL on page 20 PERRY, WEB on page 22 STEVENSON, DAVIS on page 23 PERRY on p
21. [VAAUGUST] French refugees in Great Britain in the early 1700s [1]
found this and thought I would share French refugees in Great Britain in the early 1700s lists of recipients of payments from the Royal Bounty in the years 1705, 1707 and 1721-3. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~frpayments/index.html
22. Re: [VAAUGUST-L] ERWIN/IRWIN Family [1]
In a message dated 5/29/00 10:44:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time, dcr555@softcom.net writes: > I've heard from several people who got the impression from my message > that I had information on the ERWINs....but I do not. They are not one > of our families. Don't get hung up on spelling, it was entirely at the mercy of the person who wrote the information Sandy in Florida
23. [VAAUGUST-L] Re: VAAUGUST-D Digest V00 #90 [1]
I am researching WARWICK DUNLAP MCFARLAND in Augusta county are ther any others thatb are doing the same research. Jim
24. [VAAUGUST-L] ERWIN/IRWIN Family [1]
Several days ago, I posted a message to this List saying that, if anyone was having trouble finding the origin of their ERWIN family before they came to Augusta Co. that I "might" have a clue for them. I've heard from several people who got the impression from my message that I had information on the ERWINs....but I do not. They are not one of our families. So, I've decided to post the item that I found in the Augusta Co., VA Deed Records that I thought might help someone. When I found this item, I had
25. [VAAUGUST-L] Daniel SPITLER and Elinor EMMERY [1]
Daniel SPITLER was the son of Jacob, I am told, and was born in Augusta County. He moved, and married, in Carthage Illinois. Does anyone list these Spitlers? Thanks, Vince Summers

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