Genealogy Projects tagged with virginia colony on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Jamestowne Society

    Jamestowne Society is an organization founded in 1936 by George Craghead Gregory for descendants of stockholders in the Virginia Company of London and the descendants of those who owned land or who had domiciles in Jamestown or on Jamestown Island prior to the year 1700. Their website: Please add Geni profiles of qualifying ancestors to this project. You may wish, additionally, to tag profile...

  • Isle Of Wight County, Virginia, USA

    Official Web Site =This project is a table of contents for all projects relating to this County of Virginia. Please feel free to add profiles of anyone who was born, lived or died in this county. Point Of Contact For This Page: Donald Colvin

  • Early planters of Isle of Wight County, Virginia Colony (1634)

    Please add Geni profiles for early arrivers to the area of Virginia that became Isle of Wight, Virginia in 1634. Although officially to be known as Isle of Wight Plantation, the area continued under its old indian name for a good many years. What is certain is the total uncertainty of the English over the spelling of the word, 'Warraskoyak', which is in itself a phonetic spelling of the India...

  • Bacon's Rebellion

    Bacon's Rebellion Please add Geni profiles of the participants of this conflict to the project. Date: 1676 Location: Jamestown, Colony of Virginia Goals: Indian policy Methods: Demonstrations, vigilantes Parties to the civil conflict: Colonial settlers, Royal Colonial Governor Lead figures: Nathaniel Bacon, William Berkeley Deaths: 23 hanged[1] Injuries: Arrests: Deaths: Inju...

  • Jones Families of Virginia

    Jones Families of Virginia A disambiguation project. Any are welcome to join, resources material especially appreciated. The profiles attached as children of NN Jones and NN Jones, of Virginia were NOT the children of Col. Robert Jones, of Northumberland and Elizabeth Jones Or the children of NN Jones, of Mecklenburg and Robert Jones, of Mecklenburg

  • The Berkeley Hundred

    Berkeley Hundred in the Virginia Colony comprised about eight thousand acres (32 km²) on the north bank of the James River near Herring Creek in an area then known as Charles Cittie (sic). In 1619, Berkeley Hundred was the site of America's first Thanksgiving Day. It later became known as Berkeley Plantation, and was long the traditional home of the Harrison family, one of the First Families of...