4 edition of Princess Anne County, Virginia Wills 1783-1871 found in the catalog.
Princess Anne County, Virginia Wills 1783-1871
Maling Anne E
by Heritage Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||260|
Princess Anne County, Virginia, Land and Probate Records Abstracted from Deed Books | Princess Anne County, Virginia, was formed from part of Lower Norfolk County in , so the earliest records for this area will be found in Norfolk County. In , Princess Anne County was incorporated into the city of Virginia Beach, Virginia, by which name it is now : Heritage Books. City of Virginia Beach Became extinct in - In , Lynnhaven Parish was carved out of Norfolk County, Virginia, and called Princess Anne County, named for Queen Ann and then Princess Anne. The first Settlers landed at Cape Henry April 26 Some of the villages were, Kempsville, London Bridge, Newtown, Princess Anne Courthouse, Pungo, Nimmo, and the beach resort Virginia Beach.
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The wills are arranged by date of probate (each will record comes with two dates: when written and the date of probate). A Guide to the Princess Anne County (Va.) Wills, A Collection in the Library of Virginia Barcode numbers Princess Anne County, Virginia, was formed from part of lower Norfolk County inand, as ofwas incorporated into the city of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
This text is arranged according to deed book entry number and a surname index gives easy access to the thousands of names within the text.
Considerable genealogical information can be found in deeds. These abstracts include: the page. Death. Princess Anne County, Virginia Genealogy deaths are online in the Library of Virginia's Death Index of Virginia,sponsored by The Virginia Genealogical Society.
- Virginia Wills 1783-1871 book Anne County, Virginia Death Records (Virginia Beach Public Library's Digital Archives). Extracts from the Records of Elizabeth City County. Index of Fluvanna County Wills, Inventories, and Divisions of Property from to Abstracts of Fluvanna County, Va., Wills.
Wills in Frederick County, Va., Prior to Notes from Records of [an] Old Chancery Court, Fredericksburg, Va. Princess Anne County (extinct) was named for Anne, daughter of James II, who became queen of England in The county was formed from Lower Norfolk County in and became extinct inafter its consolidation with the city of Virginia Beach.
The county seat was Princess Anne. See Virginia. Princess Anne County, VA – Wills – Complied by Anne E. Maling, published by Heritage Books, Inc. Will of William Wishart, dated 10 January and proven 10 June To wife Mary all lands and tenements she held before I married her, use of plantation I live on and rest of personal estate.
Princess Anne County Microfilm. Date of Formation: Church Register of Princess Anne Circuit, -p. 3 (index), pp.  Reel No. Township Records: ILL: Township Minute Book, -28 p. (Seabord) Record Book, Wills Etc., No. 1, -Unpaged index, p (Contains Circuit Superior Court of Law and.
Book:Princess Anne County, Virginia Wills by Anne E. Maling Pg. 27 Elisabeth James – 8 December /7 September – To daughter Elisabeth Atwood, daughter Sary Williamson, granddaughter Betty James, grandson John James son of Edward, grandson John James, Sr.
rest of estate to be equally :grandson John James son of. Deed Books,of Princess Anne County Court. The deed books record the name of the grantor and grantee, the county of residence of both individuals, a description of property being sold or transferred. Deed Book No. 13, also contains wills.
Ma Enoch Whitehurst and Mrs. Sally Wilburn, by Rev. David Watters, Methodist Episcopal Minister of Princess Anne County (found in Wingo and James) SOURCES: Anne E.
Maling, Princess Anne County, Virginia, WillsBowie, Maryland: Heritage, Anne E. Maling Contains: Princess Anne County, Virginia, Land and Probate Records Abstracted from Deed Books One to Eighteen, (); Princess Anne County, Virginia, Wills, (); and Guardian Accounts of Princess Anne County, Virginia, ().
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Moyers' brief history of. Princess Anne County, Virginia, was formed from part of Lower Norfolk County inso the earliest records for this area will be found in Norfolk County. InPrincess Anne County was incorporated into the city of Virginia Beach, Virginia, by which name it is now known.
These deed books contain both wills and deeds because it was not until after the American Revolution that deeds and. Get this from a library. Princess Anne Co., Virginia deeds, wills & guardianships. [Anne Maling; Heritage Books, Inc.]. Early Princess Anne Co., VA Deeds (Currituck County family names & at times relationships mentioned) DEED BOOK ONE.
Page 10 Nov. 12, SOLOMON WHITE of Knotts Island deed of gift to Sister Elizabeth now wife of STEPHEN SWAINE, acres, bounded by land of father PATRICK WHITE, dec. Wit: Patrick White, Patrick Angus. Page 19 May 7. Heritage Books sells a CD of Princess Anne records, taken from books by Anne Maling.
They are: Princess Anne County, Virginia, Land and Probate Records Abstracted from Deed Books One to Eighteen, ; Princess Anne County, Virginia Wills, ; and Guardian Accounts of Princess Anne County, Virginia, Note: When researching Princess Anne County for ancestors, Norfolk County should also be examined as the names between the two counties were frequently inter-changed with relatives.
When Admiral Christopher Newport and the colonists of the Virginia Company arrived inGeorge Percy and his fellow Englishmen's first landing was at Cape Henry.Sorted by Princess Anne Court, Land, Wills & Financial. Virginia Land Patents of the Counties of Norfolk, Princess Anne & Warwick: Princess Anne County, Virginia Births, 7, Princess Anne County, Virginia Births, 7, View all Princess Anne data collections.
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