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Subject: Re: [GEORGE] Monroe GEORGE & Ann LUNSFORD
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 02:23:39 +0000
Aaron, your Monroe may be of the line of Nicholas GEORGE of Lancaster County, Virginia. I have no knowledge of him, but there is still a lot I don't know about the family other than my direct line. Marty Grant's site may be helpful also.
-------------- Original message from Aaron Hill <>: --------------
> Does anyone know more about Monroe GEORGE's siblings and parents? He married Ann
> LUNSFORD in 1827 in Lancaster County, Virginia.
> Page 29 | 17 Jan. 1827 | George, Monroe | Ann Lunsford
> — Aaron J. Hill
> Lancaster County, Virginia, Marriage Bonds, 1652-1850. Ida J. Lee. (1965). A
> wealth of genealogical information is contained in this modest volume.
> Altogether about 4,000 prospective brides and grooms are listed with
> dates and, sometimes, names of parents. For the convenience of the
> researcher the marriages are recorded in one alphabetical sequence by
> the surname of the groom. Additional important genealogical information
> such as the statement of widowhood and the place of residence is
> supplied if the information appeared in the original marriage bond.
> County was formed from the parent counties of Northumberland and York
> in 1651. It was itself the parent of old Rappahannock County (formed in
> 1656) and Middlesex County (formed in 1673). Clearly, then, this work
> documents marriages from an important area and one larger than might at
> first be supposed.