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Hannah Osborne (1735 - 1782)

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Colonel Landon Carter I, of Sabine Hall MP (1710 - 1778)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor # A020013 Son of Robert Carter, president of the Virginia council, and Elizabeth Landon, youngest daughter of Thomas Landon, of Credn...

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Col. Archibald "Old Iron" Cary of Ampthill MP (1721 - 1787)

From Wikipedia: Cary was a member of the House of Burgesses from 1756 to 1776.[2] In 1764, he served on the committee of Burgesses that wrote resolutions against the proposed Stamp Act, but the follo...

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Dabney Carr (c.1743 - 1773)

Dabney Carr was born on October 26, 1743 at a thousand-acre Louisa County, Virginia farm named Bear Castle. He was the son of John Carr, grandson of Major Thomas Carr, and great-grandson of "Thomas Car...

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Robert Bolling of Chellowe MP (1738 - 1775)

Robert Bolling was born on August 17, 1738, at Varina in Henrico County, the son of John Bolling and Elizabeth Blair Bolling and a great-great-grandson of Pocahontas and John Rolfe. He was a poet, plan...

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Richard Bland, Continental Congress MP (1710 - 1776)

-------------------- BLAND, Richard, statesman, born in Virginia, 6 May 1710; died in Williamsburg, Virginia, 26 October 1776. He was educated at William and Mary College and at the University of Edinb...

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Richard Bland of Jordan's Point MP (1665 - 1720)

Richard Bland (August 11, 1665 – April 1720), sometimes known as Richard Bland of Jordan's Point, was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. He was the father of Richard Bland II, the son ...

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John Louis Taylor (1769 - 1829)

John Louis Taylor was the first Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. He was the only foreign Chief Justice in North Carolina state history. He served in North Carolina House of Commons; b...

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James Glasgow, Sec'y State for NC (1735 - 1820)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA with the rank of MAJOR. DAR Ancestor # A045303 Marker Text: Essay: The naming of a county can provide a lesson in North Carolina history. W...

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John James Beckley (1757 - 1807)

Born in Exeter/London, England. Married 16 Oct 1790 in New York City. His signature appears on the Bill of Rights. John served as the first clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives and as the fir...

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Robert Andrews (1748 - 1804)

Robert Andrews (1748 – 1804) was a Colonial/American clergyman, professor and Virginia politician. He was one of the thirteen men, including only a handful of clergymen, to sign the agreement ...

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Rev. James Henderson (1764 - 1818)

REVEREND JAMES HENDERSON (1764-1818) came to Virginia from Scotland after the Revolution. He was rector of Westover parish, 1790-92, and rector of York-Hampton parish, 1793-97. He was also a professo...

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Robert Beverley, Jr (1673 - 1722)

author of "The History of Virginia: In Four Parts" Birth: 1673 Death: 1722 LDs record Family links: Parents: Robert Beverely (1641 - 1687) Spouse: Ursula Byrd (1681 - 1698) Burial: Jam...

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Ursula Beverley (Byrd) (1681 - 1698)

Birth: Nov. 29, 1681 Henrico County Virginia, USA Death: Oct. 31, 1698 Jamestown James City County Virginia, USA Daughter of William and Mary (Horsemenden) Byrd Wife of Robert Beverley Jr and the g...

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Anne Skipwith MP (1743 - 1779)

Lady Anne Skipwith attended at ball at the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, Virginia. She became miffed at her husband, Peyton Skipwith, and raced back to the Wythe house where she was staying at the...

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Edward "Blackbeard" Teach MP (1680 - 1718)

Edward Teach (c. 1680 – 22 November 1718), better known as Blackbeard, was a notorious English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies during th...

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Mary Nicholson (deceased)

Mary Waters was the wife of Robert Nicholson, a tailor and merchant in Williamsburg, Virginia. She was the mother of 8 children.

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Robert Nicholson (1725 - 1797)

Robert Nicolson was born in England; his emigration date is not known. He was a successful tailor and merchant in Williamsburg, Virginia and built a home at the east end of York Street, below the Capit...

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Sir William Cocke MD (c.1672 - 1720)

Dr. William Cocke was Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1709, and member of the King's Council in 1713.

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Josiah Chowning (deceased)

Josiah Chowning was a tavern keeper in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Dr. Thomas Walker MP (1715 - 1794)

Dr. Thomas Walker (1714 - 1794) Thomas Walker was born in King and Queen County, the son of Dr. Thomas Walker, Sr. and Susanna Peachy Walker. He studied medicine at William and Mary and was one of ...

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Dr. Archibald Blair, Apothecary MP (c.1657 - 1736)

Emigrated from Scotland to the colony of Virginia. Archibald Blair, a brother of the more famous James Blair, founder of the College of William and Mary. For an understanding of the place of Dr. Arch...

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Mary Craig Carter (1753 - 1795)

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Marie Craig (c.1705 - 1722)

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Alexander Craig (1701 - 1776)

Making and repairing saddles and harnesses could provide success and status for the right fellow. Alexander Craig, one of the most successful craftsmen in the history of Williamsburg, was such a man. ...

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Judith Galt (deceased)

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Alexander D. Galt (1771 - d.)

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Dr. John Galt (1744 - 1808)

educated at the College of William and Mary received his medical education in Edinburgh and Paris was a surgeon in the Hudson Bay Company for a time returned to Williamsburg, Virginia and began t...

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John Thomas, of Queen's Creek MP (1585 - c.1653)

JOHN THOMAS, born in Wales 1585-1590, arrived in Jamestown 24 May 1610. He later lived near Williamsbug, Viriginia, on the north side of Queen's Creek in the County of Yorke, raising his sons with his ...

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Edmund Randolph, Governor (1753 - 1813)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of AIDE-DE-CAMP. DAR Ancestor # A094169 Birth: Aug. 10, 1753 Death: Sep. 13, 1813 Politician. Statesman. Edmund was born at Tazewell ...

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Gov. John Tyler, III (1747 - 1813)

"There is an alternate tree to Pres. John Tyler being that his father John Tyler w. Mary Marot Armistead parents were Henry Tyler(1725-1777) w. Alice Strother. Ancestry.com made a generic notation th...

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Henry Tazewell, U.S. Senator (1753 - 1799)

Henry Tazewell (November 27, 1753 – January 24, 1799) was an American politician who was instrumental in the early government of the U.S. state of Virginia. He was born in Brunswick County, Vi...

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John Walker, U.S. Senator (1744 - 1809)

) John Walker (February 13, 1744 – December 2, 1809) was a public official from Virginia. Walker was born in Virginia, the son of Dr. Thomas Walker. He received private education before at...

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Blair Munro Henderson (1800 - 1801)

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John Henderson (1797 - 1797)

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James Henderson (1795 - 1795)

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Major Peyton Short (1761 - 1825)

Peyton Short (December 17, 1761 – September 1, 1825) was a land speculator and politician in Kentucky. He was a member of the first Kentucky Senate. He was the brother of William Short; he marri...

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William Short (1759 - 1849)

William Short (1759–1849) was Thomas Jefferson's private secretary when he was ambassador in Paris, from 1786 to 1789. Jefferson, later the third President of the United States, referred to Shor...

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James Blair (1770 - 1791)

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Jane Henderson (1760 - 1800)

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James Mercer (1736 - 1793)

) James Mercer (February 26, 1736 – October 31, 1793), also known as William James Mercer, was born in Virginia at Malborough plantation on February 26, 1736. He was the son of John Mercer a...

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William Parks, Colonial printer MP (1685 - 1750)

"William Parks might be the most astonished person of all to learn that his “Virginia Gazette” survives intact nearly 270 years after he published the first four-page edition on Aug. 6, 1...

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Stephen Hamlin, Sr. (1625 - 1665)

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Jean Pasteur MP (1655 - 1741)

Barber and wig maker in Williamsburg, Virginia. from:

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Mary Pasteur MP (1659 - 1727)

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Elizabeth Shields (1704 - 1737)

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Elizabeth Booker (c.1726 - d.)

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John Shields (b. - 1772)

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(No Name) (deceased)

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Anna Maria Jones (1685 - d.)

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Elizabeth Jones (1653 - 1678)

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Frances Custis (1685 - 1714)

"Here lies the Body of Mrs Frances Custis daughter of Daniel Park Esqr who departed this life March the 14th 1714/15 In the 29th year of her Age." The tombstone and remains were moved from the Queen'...

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Anne Clairborne Percy MP (c.1613 - 1661)

Family Group Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 Search Results | Download GEDCOM | Print -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Husband's...

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Anne Sullivant (c.1681 - d.)

Anne (Pasteur) Marot Sullivant operated Marot's Ordinary in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia with first husband, John Marot, and second husband Timothy Sullivant until 1738 when she leased it to John Ta...

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Capt. John Rogers of VA MP (1609 - 1680)

Capt. John Rogers Birth: 16 APR 1609 in Edinburg, Midlothian, scotland Death: 1680 Burial: Bruton Parish, Williamsburg, Virginia Notes "The information on John is very confusing. Some mak...

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Judge Henry St. George Tucker MP (1780 - 1848)

US Congressman. Served in the United States Army during the War of 1812 as a Captain of Cavalry. He was elected to represent Virginia's 3rd District in the United States House of Representatives, servi...

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Rev. Robert Rose MP (1703 - 1751)

from Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume II VIII--Prominent Persons Was born in Scotland in 1705, was ordained for the ministry, and came to Virginia in 1725, where he was given charge of St...

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John Jones, Sr. (1744 - 1821)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor A062349 From "THE HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF THE JERSEY SETTLERS OF ADAMS COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI" Vol II page 401: John Jones w...

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Elizabeth Archer (1656 - 1727)

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Ann Barber (b. - 1684)

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William Barber (c.1675 - d.)

William BARBER Major died in , York, VA. Justice 1705, Burgess 1710, Church Warden York-Hampton Parish 1703.Also in rec ords of Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, Va. Parents: Thomas BARBER Capt. and ...

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Margaret Ester Osbourne (1693 - 1735)

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Edward Nott, Governor MP (1657 - 1706)

Edward Nott, lieutenant-governor of Virginia under the Earl of Orkney, from August 18, 1705, to August 23, 1706, was born in England in 1657. He served very gallantly in the West Indies as major and co...

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Henry Tyler, II (1664 - 1729)

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John Palmer (b. - 1760)

John Palmer with Benjamin Waller and Bedford Davenport, were sworn attorneys in York Court (according to Act of Assembly) November 15, 1742. Agnes Hillard, in her will (proved 1746) directs a ring of t...

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Col. Daniel Parke, Jr. MP (1669 - 1710)

Children of Col. Daniel Parke, Jr./II and Jane Ludwell: Frances and Lucy Parke. Daniel Parke, II/Jr. also had 2 illegitimate children prior to his marriage to Jane Ludwell: Julius Caesar Parke, b...

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Daniel Parke, Sr. MP (1628 - 1679)

Daniel Parke of London, Esquire. Will 11 August 1677; proved 16 September 1679. To my son Daniel Parke all my Plantations and Negroes in Virginia, and to the heirs male; failing heirs male, to the he...

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James Whaley (1651 - 1701)

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Matthew Whaley (1696 - 1705)

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Ethel Goodwin (1887 - 1954)

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Benjamin Weldon (1673 - 1776)

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William Rind (1733 - d.)

William Rind , born in Annapolis in 1733, was reared there as apprentice to the public printer, Jonas Green. During the 7-year period of his partnership with Green (1758-65) young Rind acquired town pr...

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Clementina Rind (deceased)

Clementina Rind, Printer Clementina Rind (1740-1774), printer & newspaper editor, wife of William Rind, public printer in Maryland & Virginia, is said to have been a native of Maryland. She may have ...

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Augustine Davis (deceased)

Peachy (Davenport) Purdie's sister Martha and her husband Augustine Davis took over the operation of Alexander Purdie’s printing office while Purdie’s surviving sons were underage. from:

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Martha Davis (deceased)

Peachy (Davenport) Purdie's sister Martha and her husband Augustine Davis took over the operation of Alexander Purdie’s printing office while Purdie’s surviving sons were underage. from:

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Peachy Holt (Davenport) (b. - 1731)

Alexander Purdie married Peachy Davenport, a local spinster of good family who owned property of her own, and was six years older than he. from:

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Alexander Purdie (b. - 1779)

Alexander Purdie was born by 1743, perhaps in Scotland, but his birthplace is not stated in surviving records. He was in Williamsburg working in Joseph Royle’s printing office by 1764 and possib...

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George Mercer (1733 - 1784)

) Eldest son of John Mercer, of "Marlborough," was born June 23, 1733, was educated at William and Mary College; was lieutenant and captain in Washington's First Virginia Regiment in the French and I...

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John "The Tory" Randolph, Jr. (1727 - 1784)

) Birth: 1727 Williamsburg City Virginia, USA Death: Jun. 30, 1784, England Lawyer. Known as "John the Tory". Succeeded his brother, Peyton, as King's Attorney in 1766, appointed by Governor Faqu...

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Arianna Randolph (1727 - 1801)

Arianna Jennings Randolph was born 1729/1730 in Annapolis, Maryland and died February 1801 in London, England; she is buried there. She is also known as Ariana Jenings . Parents: second child of Hon....

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John James Flournoy (deceased)

John James Flournoy was the second husband of Martha Washington's grandmother. He was a watch maker in Williamsburg, Virginia. He came to Williamsburg around 1717. Sources: \RR1201.xml

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Col. James Bray (c.1610 - 1691)

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Col. Thomas Ballard, Speaker, House of Burgesses MP (c.1630 - 1689)

In 1635 , Thomas , along with his family came to America aboard the ship " James ". Thomas would eventually reside in York CO. Virginia where he served as the counties clerk from 1652 to 1663. He marri...

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Gideon Macon, Sr. MP (1648 - 1702)

He was a lawyer and represented New Kent County in the Burgesses (1693-1702). He was a colonel in the county militia. He was an early vestryman of Bruton parish, Williamsburg, Virginia, which was estab...

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Robert Page of "Janeville" MP (1765 - 1840)

DAR Ancestor #: A085888 US Congressman. He attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia, but left before graduating to to join the Revolutionary Army, serving as a captain. Following the war,...

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Burwell Bassett, Jr. (1764 - 1841)

US Congressman. Elected to represent Virginia's 8th, 12th, 13th, and 22nd Districts in the United States House of Representatives, as well as At-Large, serving from 1805 to 1813, 1815 to 1819, and 1821...

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David Minitree (1710 - 1770)

Carter's Grove Plantation was built by Carter Burwell in 1750-53 to the design probably of Richard Taliaferro. David Minitree, of Williamsburg, was the contractor-builder. David Minitree was a brickmak...

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Birgit Minitree (1680 - 1711)

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David Minitree (1681 - 1715)

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Isham Goddin (1760 - 1824)

Isham Goddin , a militiaman from New Kent County, acquired a small shop in Williamsburg, Virginia for ₤200 in 1778. He sold the plot in 1783 for £90 and returned to New Kent County. His l...

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Elizabeth Beverley Chiswell (1715 - 1776)

============= From FindAGrave: Mother of Mary (Chiswell) Lewis (1st wife of Warner LEWIS.) Wife of John Chiswell. ===================Birth: Oct. 24, 1715 Henrico County Virginia, USA Death: Feb...

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John Chiswell, Colonel (c.1715 - 1766)

============= From FindAGrave: John Chiswell lived in Williamsburg, Va. His parents were Charles Chiswell and his wife Esther (Dabney?). It was Charles Chiswell that built Scotchtown in 1719. After...

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Rev. John Bracken (deceased)

The Rev. John Bracken was rector of Bruton Parish Church from 1773 to 1818. He also served as mayor of Williamsburg and president of the College of William and Mary. Built about 1765, the Bracken Tenem...

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Dudley Digges MP (c.1718 - 1790)

Dudley Digges : b. 1718 Parents: Cole Digges 1691-1744 and Elizabeth Power Wives: 1. Martha Armistead 2. Elizabeth Wormeley Child: with Elizabeth Wormeley Lucy (Digges) Stratton b. 1771 Dudley ...

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Lt. Col. Cole Digges (c.1691 - c.1744)

He was a member of the House of Burgesses for York, VA colony and Colonial Councillor -------------------- The house known as "The Nancy Camp House" (also known as the James Anderson House) is ...

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Lewis Burwell, I/II (c.1711 - 1756)

Lewis Burwell, often referred to as President Lewis Burwell (because he served as president/acting Governor of Virginia for a year November 1750-1751). His mother was Elizabeth Carter (making King Ca...

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John Dudley George (1757 - c.1781)

!REFERENCE:HISTORY OF CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA by Marshall Wingfield: "The history of the George family in Virginia dates back almost to the beginning of the seventeenth century, when Henry George cam...

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Susannah Poindexter (c.1625 - 1693)

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George Poindexter, I (c.1626 - 1692)

Sources: Name: George Poindexter Sex: M Birth: 1627 in St. Saviour's Parish, Isle of Jersey Death: ABT 1690 in St. Paul's Parish, New Kent (Hanover), Virginia Baptism: 23 DEC 1627 St. Savio...

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