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Early Spencers of Virginia

Henry W. Rigby

Early Spencers of Virginia

by Henry W. Rigby

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Published by H.W. Rigby in Charlotte, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Spencer family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesVirginia Spencers.
      Statementcompiled by Henry W. Rigby.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.S745 1986b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1286862M
      LC Control Number92145978

      Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE. Get this book in print Narratives of Early Virginia, , Volume 5 Lyon Gardiner Tyler Full view - Narratives of Early Virginia, , Volume 5. History of the Early Settlement and Indian Wars is an account of the various expeditions in the west, previous to The early history of the west is full of most lively interest to readers, both at home and abroad; and that which relates to Western Virginia and its borders is so in an especial degree/5(42).

      Early West Virginia Settlers, ss This database is comprised of fourteen books. This unique collection of family and local histories, marriage records, military records, and court records references approximately , individuals. First Settlers of the Northern Neck of Virginia In the late s many leaders of Maryland's Civil War fled south across the Potomac River to settle on the Northern Neck of the Colony of Virginia. As Ingle's Rebellion demonstrated, these men had an overwhelming desire for individual freedom, ownership of the land they worked and self-government.

      Narratives of Early Virginia, book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile re 3/5. Rigby, Henry W. Early Spencers of Virginia. (Charlotte, North Carolina: H.W. Rigby, ).


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Early Spencers of Virginia by Henry W. Rigby Download PDF EPUB FB2

Early Spencers of Virginia. H.W. Rigby, - Virginia - pages. 0 Reviews. William Spence or Spencer immigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia in as an indentured servant (it was a different William Spence who immigrated in or and was called "Ensign").

The William Spence Spencer married twice, and settled on Mulberry Island (eventually in Surry County); he was. Early Spencers of Virginia by Henry W. Rigby. Published by H.W. Rigby in Charlotte, N.C. Written in English. Early Spencers of Virginia. [Henry W Rigby] -- William Spence or Spencer immigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia in as an indentured servant (it was a different William Spence who immigrated in or and was called "Ensign").

But it's the story of the earliest members of the Spencer family who came to America founded Austerlitz, N.Y., also known as Spencertown. Spencers have been here since the early 's and Rigby's research tries to follow the descendants of the 4 Spencer Bros.

Wm Spencer arrived on the Susan Constant. "Spencer's Mountain" is the story of a rural Virginia family - rich in core values but poor in actual cash - an Now that I've read the book, I can see the movie was surprisingly loyal to it, with changes primarily to location (movie was Wyoming Tetons, book Virginia Appalachians) and time period (movie was 's, book 's)/5.

Get this from a library. Early Spencers of Virginia. [Henry W Rigby; Spencer Historical and Genealogical Society.]. James L. Kemper, Governor of Virginia soon after the war, was a descendant of one of these colonists; and their descendants are to be found not only in Virginia, but throughout the South and West.

The limitations of this book preclude the following up of their fortunes, but the truth of history impels the statement that the colonists of were the real first actual settlers of Orange.

Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, Early Spencers of Virginia book book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage.

Despite a lack of formal arrangement, the book is a mine of information. The most prominent family of the Spencer name in Bedfordshire had their seat at Cople in the 16th and 17th centuries, and a good account is given of this family, tracing it back to one Thomas Spencer who was living at Eton in Several other groups of Spencers in various parishes and towns are included, but their connection, if.

Inunder the governorship of John Harvey, the first settlement on the York River was founded. Inthe Virginia legislature voted to build a fort to link Jamestown and the York River settlement of Chiskiack and protect the colony from Indian attacks.

Other Early Settlers [Source documents noted] ADAMS, Ebenezer (d. ) New Kent county; son of Richard Adams, of Abridge, Essex, citizen and merchant tailor of London. [William and Mary Quarterly] ADAMS, Thomas (in Virginia shortly before ), Isle of Wight county; brother of William Adams, of Kenton, Devon.

[William and Mary Quarterly] JONES, Cadwallader (in Virginia ), Stafford County. Early life in England and arrival in Virginia Colony.

Nicholas Spencer was born to an aristocratic English family long seated at Cople, Bedfordshire, England. The family was related to the Spencer family of Northamptonshire, with whom they shared a coat of arms.

Anne Spencer's papers, books and photographs are archived in the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

A small collection of her papers were collected from Carl Van Veckten after James Weldon Johnson's death and are held in the collection at the Beinecke Rare Book and. First Families of Virginia (FFV) were those families in Colonial Virginia who were socially prominent and wealthy, but not necessarily the earliest settlers.

They descended from English colonists who primarily settled at Jamestown, Williamsburg, The Northern Neck and along the James River and other navigable waters in Virginia during the 17th century. Family Histories (Virginia) This is a selective list of some of the more important Virginia family histories or collective genealogies in the Library.

To ascertain whether or not the library has a printed genealogy of a specific family, look in the online catalog under the family name (e.g., “Walker Family”). This is the third volume in a series by Mrs. Foley designed to identify the earliest settlers of Virginia.

The purpose of this book is to assist the researcher in finding colonial and immigrant ancestors in James City County and in that part of James City County south of the James River which was cut off to form Surry County in and in placing these early settlers in the milieu of their land patents.

Lynchburg, Virginia Train Wreck December Samuel Spencer and Philip Schuyler killed (Source: GenDisasters) Charlotte Biography of James M.

Spencer The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory, (Source: Google Books). Book Description Title: Early Spencers of Virginia Author: Rigby, Henry W Format/binding: Hardcover Book condition: Good Jacket condition: No Jacket Binding: Hardcover Publisher: H.W.

Rigby Place: Charlotte, N.C. Date published: In the "Book of the Strattons" this descent is given on the authority of an eminent genealogist; but the only evidence cited is the fact that Thomas Stratton had a son Joseph, and that a daughter of John Stratton, of New England (who was certainly a grandson of Thomas Stratton), sued Joseph Stratton, of Virginia, for money due her father and.

Early Virginia Religious Petitions, courtesy of The Library of Congress, American Memory, has placed eight petitions from residents of Westmoreland County, Virginia dated,and online. Principally, they concern matters of the Church of England.

Spencer is an unincorporated community in Henry County, Virginia, United States. It takes its name from its earliest settler, James Spencer Sr., who moved from Loudoun County to Henry County with his sons in the eighteenth century.

Spencer's son ensign James Spencer, Jr. died of wounds suffered during the Revolutionary War. (On his death, his widow remarried Nathaniel Bassett.).Virginia Histories and Genealogies.

USA (1,) > Virginia (39,) > Virginia Histories and Genealogies (1,) Statewide Histories and Genealogies. A Discourse and View of Virginia Ancestry.

A History of Virginia from Its Discovery Till the Year Ancestry. A History of the Jews in the United States Ancestry. A History of the Laurel Brigade: Originally the Ashby Cavalry of the.

Darla Spencer focuses her career on studying early Native American civilizations and archeology. She is a registered professional archaeologist and currently serves as a board of directors member for Council for West Virginia Archaeology.

She is the secretary and treasurer for the West Virginia Archeological Society/5(14).