Thursday, June 2, 2011

Virginia Genealogies Added to Virginia Pioneers.net...some on video!

■Abbott of Halifax County
■Adair, Ancient family from ca 1300 (video included)
■Adams of Halifax County
■Adkins
■Alderson of Greenbrier, Rockingham and Shenandoah Counties
■Alexander of Campbell County, some descendants of Robert Alexander, deputy clerk 1772 to 1782. His descendants held this office for more than 30 years; includes photos.
■Allen
■Allen of Lunenburg County
■Alley of Washington County
■Ancient Families of the British Isles (book by Jeannette Holland Austin); the whole book now on Virginia Pioneers.net. Traced back to the 11th century!
Adair, Adare of Scotland, Ireland, South Carolina, Georgia
Albini, de Albini, de Aubigny of Normandy and Sussex, England (video included)
Bacon, Bacunsthorp of Norfolk, England and Virginia
Badlesmere, de Badlesmere of Kent (video included)
Beaumont, de Beaumont of Normandy
Belconger, Conger of Norfolk, England, and New Jersey
Bigod, de Bigod of Norfolk
Bohun, de Bohun of Normandy
Braose, de Braose, de Bras of Brittany and Sussex
Burgh, deBurgh of Ireland
Camp, Campe of Essex, England, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia
Cantilupe, de Cantelu of Normandy
Clare, de Clare of Normandy, Ireland, Wales
Cobb, Cobbs of Romney Marsh, Kent, England; Virginia, Georgia
Columbers, Columbiers, de Columbers of Calvados, Bayeaux, Normandy
Dutton, de Dutton of Cheshire, Lancashire
Despencer, de le Spencer of Normandy and Worcestershire, England
FitzAlan of Shropshire
Hastings, de Hastings of Norfolk
Haydock, Haydocke of Lancashire
Honywood, Honeywood of Kent
Holande, Holand of Lancashire and Kent
Lacie, de Lavie, de Lacy, de Laci of Cheshire and Lincolnshire
Molines, Molyneux, de Moulins, Mullenax of Sefton, Lancashire
Montecute, de Montecute of Somerset and Oxfordshire
Morley, de Morley of Scotland and England
Mortimer, de Mortimer of Normandy and Hereford, England
Peachy, Peachie of Mildenhall, Suffolk
Ros, Ross, de Roos of Yorkshire
Someri, de Someri of Worcestershire
Stafford, de Stafford of Staffordshire
Swynnerton of Staffordshire
Tilghman, Tillman of England, North Carolina, Georgia, Virginia
Touchet, de Touchet of Cheshire
Tregoz, de Tregoz of Normandy
Vere, de Vere of Essex

■Anthony
■Anderson. Descendants of Richard Anderson from 1635. (includes video)
■Anderson of Bedford and Campbell Counties, some descendants of George Anderson, from about 1742.
■Applewhaite of Isle of Wight
■Arnold of Bedford County
■Arthur of Bedford County
■Atkinson
■Aycock
■Bacon, traced to ancient family ca 1400 to New Kent County, Virginia (video included)
■Bagwell
■Baker of "the Bucklands" (video included)
■Bandy of Tazewell County
■Banks
■Barksdale of Halifax County
■Barron
■Bayne or Bayer of Westmoreland County
■Baynham of Halifax County
■Bass
■Bassett of New Kent County
■Bassett of James City and Henry Counties
■Batte
■Beckham
■Bell of Northampton Co.
■Bennett of Isle of Wight and Nansemond Counties
■Berkeley of Hanover County
■Berry of Ireland, Virginia and Tennessee
■Beverley, Sir Robert
■Bird of Virginia and Georgia
■Bird of Shenandoah County
■Blackwell
■Blandford of NJ, VA, GA
■Blasser of Pennsylvania and Shenandoah County
■Boddie of Essex, England
■Bolling of Campbell County, some descendants of Colonel John Bowling, born ca 1700, of the Fluvanna River.
■Bond
■Bonnell
■Booker of Henry County
■Bowdoin
■Bowman of Shenandoah County and Kentucky
■Boyd of New Kent County
■Boyette
■Boykin of Isle of Wight County
■Braswell of Isle of Wight County
■Breedlove
■Brewer of London and Isle of Wight
■Britton of Shenandoah County
■Broadnax of Petersburg
■Brooke of Montapike
■Brooking
■Brooks
■Buckner
■Bullock of Virginia and Georgia
■Bullock of Campbell County. Begins with James Bullock of Hanover County.
■Bumgardner of Shenandoah County
■Burnley of Albemarle County
■Buster of Albemarle
■Butler and Iredell. Written ca 1896, the author details his genealogies through these families, tracing the Jones and ensuring his readers that he was descended from the ancient family of Cadwallader in Wales. Many photographs.
■Buttrill
■Caldwell of Lunenburg County
■Callaway of Bedford and Campbell Counties (video included)
■Calmes of Woodford County, Kentucky (video included)
■Carr of Albemarle County
■Carrington of Halifax County
■Carsley
■Camp of America
■Chaffin
■Chambliss
■Chastain
■Cheatham
■Chilton of Westmoreland Co.
■Claiborne
■Clay of Bedford and Campbell Counties
■Clay of Isle of Wight
■Clemens of Campbell County
■Clements
■Clemmons
■Clopton of York and New Kent Counties
■Cocke of Campbell County
■Cody
■Collier
■Collins
■Conner
■Conway
■Cotton of Isle of Wight
■Corbin of King and Queen County
■Corker of James City and Surry County
■Cornwell
■Crocker of Isle of Wight
■Crockett of Tazewell County
■Crosson
■Crowley
■Council of Isle of Wight
■Dabney of Campbell County
■Dandridge of New Kent and Hanover Counties
■Daniel of Goochland and Albemarle Counties
■Daughtrey of Nansemond County
■Davie
■Davis of York County
■Devereaux
■Dewberry of VA, NC, GA
■Dickson
■Dillard of Henry County
■Dodson
■Dozier
■Duke
■Dunn
■Dyer
■Dyer of Henry County
■Early of Bedford County
■Easley of Halifax County
■Edmondson
■Edmunds of Halifax County
■Edwards
■Ellis of Henrico County
■Ellyson of James City County
■Ely
■Estes of Henry County
■Ewell, Dick
■Exum of Isle of Wight Co., and North Carolina
■Faulkner of Halifax County
■Fitzpatrick
■Fleming
■Flournoy of Halifax County
■France of Patrick and Henry Counties (video included)
■Franklin of Campbell County
■Freeman of Henrico County
■French of Halifax County
■Fulgham of Isle of Wight
■Funk of Shenandoah County and Clark County, Kentucky
■Garland of Albemarle and Amherst Counties
■Garnett of Essex County
■Gay
■Giles of Isle of Wight County
■Goodrich of Isle of Wight County
■Gordon
■Grant
■Gravely of Henry County (video included)
■Graves of York and New Kent Counties
■Green of Shenandoah County and Kentucky
■Gunnells
■Hairston of Henry County
■Hammack
■Harman of Tazewell and Giles Counties
■Harrison, genealogy of Benjamin of Berkeley (includes video).
■Hatcher
■Hatchett
■Heard
■Heath
■Henry (Patrick)
■Henry of Accomack County
■Henson
■Hitt
■Hodges of Halifax County
■Holbrook
■Holladay of Isle of Wight County
■Holland of Nansemond County
■Holland, the ancient family in England and Virginia
■Hollingsworth
■Hoomes of Caroline County
■Hooper
■Hopkins
■Howell of Isle of Wight County
■Hudson of Halifax County
■Humphreys of Greenbrier County
■Humphries of Surry County
■Hunter of Campbell and Lunenburg Counties
■Irby of Halifax County
■Irvine of Bedford County
■Irving of Bedford County
■Jackson, Stonewell
■Jamison of Dillon�s Mill, Franklin County
■Jefferson,Thomas
■Jeffries of Halifax County
■Jerdone of New Kent County
■Johnson, Andrew - President of USA
■Jones, descendants of Major Peter Jones.
■Jones.Descendants of Richard Jones of Prince Edward County, Virginia by Jeannette Holland Austin.
■Jones,descendants of Major Peter Jones.
■Jones. A Genealogical History by Colonel Cadwallader Jones includiing families of Edwards, Polk
■Jordan
■Jordan of Amelia County
■Keith
■Keller of Shenandoah County
■Key
■Kinchen of Isle of Wight County and NC
■Koger of Augusta and Henry Counties
■Knott of Nansemond County
■Lane
■Leathers
■Lee, Robert E., Lineage of
■Lee of Georgia and Alabama
■Leftwich of Bedford, Caroline, Brunswick and Campbell Counties
■Lewis of Augusta and Campbell Counties
■Lewis
■Lewis of New Kent and Hanover Counties
■Littleton
■Lockett
■Loggins
■Lybrook of Patrick and Giles Counties
■Lyddall
■Lynch of Albemarle, Goochland, Bedford and Campbell Counties
■Marot
■Marshall
■Marshall of Isle of Wight County
■Mason
■Massie
■Massie of New Kent and Goochland Counties
■Matthews of Henry County and North Carolina
■McKinney of Buckingham County
■Meaux of New Kent County
■Medley of Halifax County
■Menefie of Jamestown
■Mercer
■Meriwether
■Mitchell of Henry County
■Moon
■Nance of Henry County
■Neale
■Neale of Northumberland County
■Neville of Isle of Wight County
■Norsworthy of Nansemond County
■Norvell of Hanover, Campbell and Amherst Counties
■Pannill of Henry County
■Patteson of New Kent and Lunenburg Counties
■Parker of Cheshire, England and Isle of Wight County
■Payne of Pittsylvania County
■Peachy
■Penn of Caroline County
■Penn of Amherst and Henry Counties
■Pennybacker of Shenandoah County
■Pentecost
■Perkins
■Percy of Jamestown
■Perry
■Pitt of England and Isle of Wight County
■Porch
■Porter
■Prentis
■Preston
■Preston of Campbell County
■Prince (includes video)
■Pugh of Shenandoah County
■Pullen
■Raiford
■Randolph,John, Virginia
■Rawls of Nansemond County
■Rees of Suffolk County to South Carolina and Georgia
■Richardson of Shenandoah County
■Riddick of Nansemont County
■Riddleberger of Shenandoah County
■Rinker of Shenandoah County
■Rootes of King and Queen County
■Rucker of Culpeper County
■Sailors
■Saunders of Princess Anne County
■Savage
■Savage of Windsor Forest Plantation
■Saxon
■Sehorn of Shenandoah County
■Sherwood
■Shields
■Slaughter
■Smith of Smithfield
■Spencer of Henry County
■Spotswood
■Stanley Genealogy from A. D. 1040
■Stapleton
■Starling of Mecklenburg and Henry Counties
■Stegall
■Stone of Henry County
■Stovall of Goochland and Henry Counties
■Stovall
■Strange
■Strong
■Strother, Tom,servant to General Forrest, Virginia
■Stuart, J. E. B. of Henry County
■Tabb, John Banister 1849-1909, Virginia
■Taliaferro of Essex and New Kent Counties
■Tarpley of Williamsburg
■Taylor, Zachary 1784-1850, born in Virginia, 12th President of the US
■Tennille
■Thompson,John R. 1823-1873, Virginia
■Thomas
■Thomas of Lawndes Creek
■Thoroughgood (video included)
■Tilghman/Tillman from ca 1275 (video included)
■Tipton of Maurertown
■Todd of King and Queen County
■Tooke of James City (video included)
■Toombs
■Trent, William Peterfield 1862-, Virginia
■Tucker, Beverley 1784-1851, Virginia
■Tucker traced from England to Virginia, 11 pp., from ca 1589 (video included)
■Tuggle of Henry and Patrick Counties
■Tunstall of New Kent County
■Tyler, John, President of USA, 1790-1862
■Tyree of New Kent and Campbell Counties
■Venable of Louisa, Hanover and Campbell Counties
■Voss
■Wilson of Pittsylvania County
■Wade of Pittsylvania and Halifax Counties
■Walden of Campbell and Caroline Counties
■Waller of Patrick County
■Waller of Spotsylvania and Henry Counties
■Ware
■Watkins of Halifax County
■Webb of New Kent County
■Wills of Warwick, England and Isle of Wight County
■Wilson of Pittsylvania County
■Wingfield
■Wood. Major-General Abraham Wood, his father and children. 4 pages (video included).
■Woodley of Devonshire and Isle of Wight County
■Yost of Tazewell County
■Wynne from Shrewsbury to Virginia, from ca 1565 (video included)
ANCIENT FAMILIES CONNECTED TO VIRGINIANS...from English Records.

ANCIENT FAMILIES FROM THE BRITISH ISLES TO VIRGINIA
■Burwell of England and York County, Virginia
■Cocke of Shropshire
■Chiefs Colquhoun of Scotland
■Hardy of London and Isle of Wight County, Virginia
■Molyneux/Mullenax of Lancastershire
■Nicholson of Suffolk
■Stokes. 1312-1903.
■Yuille (Yowell) of Dumbarton, Scotland



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