6 edition of Lunenberg County, Va., Early Wills 1746-1765 found in the catalog.
Lunenberg County, Va., Early Wills 1746-1765
Katherine B. Elliott
by Southern Historical Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
History. Lunenburg County was established on May 1, , from Brunswick county is named for the former Duchy of Brunswick-Lünenburg in Germany, because one of the titles also carried by Britain's Hanoverian kings was Duke of Brunswick-Lünenburg. It is nicknamed "The Old Free State" because during the buildup of the Civil War, it let Virginia know the county would break off if the. Abstract of Will for John Simkins - Early Wills Lunenburg County, Virginia, complied by Katherine B. Elliott. Will of John Simkins, Will Book 1, Page Names; Wife – Elizabeth Simkins Daughter – Mary Wheeler one-shilling sterling. Daughter – Rachel Hog one-shilling sterling.
Lunenberg County, Va., Early Wills Katherine B. Elliott. Lunenberg County, Virginia , Early Wills of. Cumberland and Parish Lunenberg County Virginia and Vestry Book Bell, Landon. Published by Genealogical Publishing Company. Lunenburg County Information. Lunenburg County was established on May 1, , from Brunswick County. The county is named for the former Duchy of Brunswick-Lunenburg in Germany. Among the earliest settlers of the county was William Taylor, born in King William County, Virginia.
Note: In the 's, John Patrick, James, and Robert Boyd, sons of George Boyd of Lancaster Co., PA, moved to Virginia and settled in Lunenburg Co., on the Dan River at a site where Lawson creek empties into the river on the south side. In late , the county of Halifax was carved out of Lunenburg. Author of Emigration to other states from Southside Virginia, Marriages of Mecklenburg County, Va, , Marriage Records of Mecklenburg County, Va, , Early settlers, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, Early Wills of Mecklenburg County, VA, , Lunenberg County, Va.
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Elliott. Online Images of Old Wills and Estates Names of Families in Lunenburg County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Indexes to Probate Records A familiar reference to genealogists is "The Old Free State" and Early Wills 1746-1765 book is because as the War Between the States was approaching reality, Lunenburg County informed the Commonwealth of Virginia that it would break off and join North Carolina if they did not join The.
Lunenburg County, VA Census Records. What Lunenburg County, VA census records are available. There are many types of census records for Lunenburg County guide you in researching your family l Population Schedules are available for,,The Will Books and Order Books for 53 Virginia cities and counties have been examined by Library of Virginia staff members for administrations, inventories, wills, and other recorded documents relating to the estates of individuals.
The database indexes those documents for the period generally to Early WillsLunenburg County, Virginia. Compiled by Katherine B. Elliott, South Hill, Rating: % positive. Lunenburg County, Virginia wills, Statement of Responsibility: by Landon C.
Bell ; indexed by Lorraine L. Fuller and Jean V. Sipe Berryville, Virginia: Virginia Book Company, c Physical: iv,  p. Subject Class: P2.
Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Includes index. The county was named after the Duchy of Brunswick-Lunenburg, which is located in modern-day Germany.
Parent County [edit | edit source]. Lunenburg County was created 6 May from Brunswick County. County seat: Lunenburg Boundary Changes [edit | edit source]. For animated maps illustrating Virginia county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Virginia County.
This data set also includes more t abstracts of wills from Augusta County (), Isle of Wight County (), and Norfolk County (). The Augusta County abstracts were originally published as part of "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Lunenburg Co., VA Will of Josiah Seat / J Will Book 1 Page Lunenburg County Virginia Note: Resident of land that fell in Mecklenburg County.
Submitted by: Patricia Henderson-London 20 Feb In the name of God Amen I, Josiah Seat in the County of Lunenburg being very sick and weak in body but in perfect sense mind and.
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CLOSURES. Lunenburg Convenience Center Sites as of November Please be advised that the waste receptacles at the dumpsites located on Gigg Road and Potts Spring Road will be removed and these two sites will permanently close during the last week of October (10/26//30/).
There will be signs at the sites to direct County residents to the nearest convenience centers. A Guide to the Lunenburg County (Va.) Wills, A Collection in the Library of Virginia Barcode numbers:,Genealogy and Genealogical book publishers.
Surry County, Virginia Wills, Estates and Inventories, Virginia Genealogy A History and Genealogy of their Descendants. (Vol. #2) $ Lunenburg County, Virginia Wills Virginia genealogy $ Amherst County, Virginiaand Albemarle County, Virginia.
The wills abstracted for this volume, shortly before the compiler’s death, embrace all of those recorded in Lunenburg County from its formation through Most of the original wills were recorded in the county’s official Will Books; however, Mr.
Bell also discovered some early wills in county deed books as well as in circuit court records. Recorded 2 Apr See Katherine B. Elliott, Early Wills of Lunenburg County, Virginia -p. VA Lunenburg WB A. George Vaughan, dec’d. Inventory & Appraisal.
Recorded 11 Sep VA Lunenburg WB A. 12 Feb Craddock Vaughan, dec’d. Inventory & Appraisal. Recorded 13 Oct VA Lunenburg WB EARLY VIRGINIA WILLS. Abstracts of Recently Discovered Records (Transcribed from original sources) By William M.
Clemens. The following abstracts of early Virginia wills, have been carefully transcribed from the records in Lexington, Rockbridge County, Bedford City in Bedford County, Manasses in Prince William County, Amherst in Amherst County, Leesburg in Loudoun County, and .Early Wills of Lunenburg County,compiled by Katherine B.
Elliott. Deed Book 1, pageWill of William Smith of Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg County, Virginia. Those mention were William’s wife, Elizabeth Smith and son John Smith. Witnesses were Hugh Lawson, Ben .