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Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, 1742-1787

Fredericksville Parish (Va.). Vestry.

Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, 1742-1787

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Published by Davis in Manchester, Mo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisa County (Va.),
  • Albemarle County (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • Fredericksville Parish (Va.). Vestry -- History -- Sources.,
    • Louisa County (Va.) -- History, Local -- Sources.,
    • Louisa County (Va.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Albemarle County (Va.) -- History, Local -- Sources.,
    • Albemarle County (Va.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtranscribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis.
      ContributionsDavis, Rosalie Edith.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX5980.F86 F733
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4756755M
      LC Control Number78103027


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Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, 1742-1787 by Fredericksville Parish (Va.). Vestry. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Parish vestry book, v. 2, indentures and processioning returns. Fredericksville Parish was established in and covered part of Louisa County from to From to it covered part of Albemarle and Louisa counties.

After the parish covered only part of Albemarle County. Get this from a library. Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, [Rosalie Edith Davis; Fredericksville Parish (Va.). Vestry.] -- Published transcription of the Fredericksville Parish (Albemarle and Louisa Counties, Virginia) Vestry Book that preserves the records of a key forty-four year period in the history of the Anglican.

Parish Records [edit | edit source] Colonial parish registers have been lost. Marriages from to and some with no dates have been abstracted: FHL Film Item 4. Vestry Books [edit | edit source] Davis, Rosalie Edith Rogers. Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, 2 vols.

Manchester, Mo.: R.E. Davis,FHL Book Fredericksville Parish (Va.) Vestry; Related Subjects. Fredericksville Parish (Va.) — Vestry — History — Sources; Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis.

Format Book Published Manchester, Mo. The item Fredericksville Parish Vestry book,transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

Get this from a library. Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, [Rosalie Edith Davis; Fredericksville Parish (Va.). Vestry.]. Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, [Davis, Rosalie Edith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, Author: Rosalie Edith Davis.

Fredericksville Parish vestry book, Family History Library Ministers' returns, Family History Library Miscellaneous church records for Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, ca. Family History Library Quaker records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Virginia, Family History Library.

Similar Items. Vestry book: Cumberland ParishLunenburg County ; Saint Mark Parish vestry book & levies Spotsylvania, Orange and Culpeper Counties, Virginia Published: () ; The vestry book and register of Bristol Parish, Virginia, Published: () ; The vestry book of St.

Paul's parish, Hanover county, Virginia, Published:. Fredericksville Parish's delegates to this convention were John Walker and the Rev. Matthew Maury. The effect on the parish of the Disestablishment Act and the Richmond convention is readily seen in the vestry meetings of and Shortly after the convention, Fredericksville parish elected a new vestry chosen by the church members alone.

Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, / transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis. Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, by Rosalie Edith Davis,Davis edition, in English. Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, by Fredericksville Parish (Va.). Vestry.,Davis edition, in English.

['Vestry book, 10 January October Minutes begin with oaths of allegiance to King George II and the Church of England. Orders for processioning are entered periodically with the vestry minutes.

For transcriptions see, FREDERICKSVILLE PARISH VESTRY BOOK,transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis, Accession is the manuscript copy. (Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, ; trans. and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis, ) On ApWilliam sold his home place in Louisa County of acres, plus acres of patented land, to Peter Copeland for 80£.

Fredericksville Parish Vestry book, by Rosalie Edith Davis | Jan 1, Unknown Binding Out of Print--Limited Availability. Louisa County, Virginia: Tithables and census, by Rosalie Edith Davis | Jan 1, Unknown Binding. 10 Jan /3 First meeting of the Fredericksville Parish vestry. 16 April Fredericksville parish vestry decides to build two churches below the mountains and one church above the mountains.

The latter was to be built ten miles from the foot of the Little Mountains on a straight course N. 65 W, and on the Buck Mountain road. Fredericksville Parish vestry book, Family History Library Quaker records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Virginia, Family History Library Vestry book, (Fredericksville Parish (Albemarle County, Virginia: Episcopal)) Family History Library.

Mosias Jones was a neighbor of Christopher Harris the elder in Albemarle Co., VA ca. He was a witness to several deeds in and but earlier there is this processioning order: At a Vestry Held for Fredericksville Parish ye 23rd Sept. Burial: Richmond Cemetery, Richmond.

FREDERICKSVILLE PARISH VESTRY BOOK,Vol. 2 Complete transcription of the vestry records include Processioning returns for the years (the first return after the parish's formation from St. Martins Parish, Hanover County),Adjoining land owners often given.

FREDERICKSVILLE PARISH VESTRY BOOK, Vol. IIRosalie Davis. 25 March By order of Albemarle Court, we, JOHN HARRIS and THOMAS PAULET, Church Wardens of Fredericksville Parish, do put PEGGY EVANS, a bastard child, the daughter of ELIZABETH SIMMONS, now ELIZABETH SORREL, an apprentice or servant unto JOHN.

- Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book,Vol 1, Abstracted by Rosalie Edith Davis, pg 10 _____Ordered that the Order of Court for laying off the Parish of Fredericksville in Louisa County be devided into precincts for processioning.

*Albemarle Co., VA, Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, (), by R. Davis February 9th To John Lancaster for his trouble with Elizabeth Frazier$ *Albemarle Co., VA, Deed Abstracts 5, pg. () by, Ruth and Sam Sparacio Novemberpg. Vestry Book of Fredericksville Parish.

InFredericksville Parish was formed from St. Martin's Parish when Louisa County was formed from the western part of Hanover County. The Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book - was transcribed by Rosalie Edith Davis and self published in two volumes.

Volume 1 was published in and consists. Rosalie Edith Davis, Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, Indentures and Processioning Returns,Vol. 2 [Manchester, MO: ], p. 41 April 8 Processioned the lands of Wm. Goulding. The land of James Meredith, Prest. his Son James. Children: David Meredith, Mary "Molly" Bird, Junor Meredith.

Formed from St. Mark's Parish, when Frederick Co was formed from Orange Co Fredericksville Louisa Co to aft Albemarle Co to aft Formed from St. Martin's Parish, inwhen Louisa Co was formed from Hanover. Albemarle acquired part of Fredericksville Parish with the area added from Louisa in Great Christ Church.

InWilliam Johnson, Gent. was a Vestryman in Fredericksville parish. He appeared as a church warden in the Vestry Book and also in the processioning lists for this parish consistently until about (Davis, Rosalie Edith, Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book Vol.

Louisa County Deed Book E, pp Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book Indentures and Processioning ReturnsVol. II, Rosalie Edith Davis (). Louisa County Deed Book D½, p Louisa County Deed Book E, p Ledgers of Partridge & Company, a Hanover County merchant.

(Rosalie Edith Davis, FREDERICKSVILLE PARISH VESTRY BOOK,VOL. I [Manchester, MO: privately printed, ], p. 38 "Pursuant to an Order of Court Dated ye 24th Day of June ," an almost identical order was issued to. [NOTE: In St Anne's Parish encompassed the entire Albemarle County.] Fredericksville Parish Vestry Bookp The northern part of St Anne's Parish in Albemarle County was added to the Fredericksville Parish an act passed in "That from and after the twentieth day of July next all that part of the parish of St.

Ref; Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book () Vol I, Edited & Compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis. p 96 "To Edward Coffee for providing for Alexander Cleveland 1 year now to come accept his cloathing.

£". [Edward Coffee was his son-in- law, husband of his daughter Grace Cleveland]. The original Vestry Book for Albemarle Parish is extant, although it does not begin until 16 Nov Some earlier pages are missing. Parish register records including births and deaths, as well as christenings and their sponsors, are readily available in published form.

Parish Registers [edit | edit source] Boddie, John Bennett. 2 Rosalie Edith Davis, Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, (Manchester, MO: Heritage Trails, ), Since the "metes and bounds" method of describing property relied on noting sometimes transient natural features (such as "a large oak tree") to establish property lines, members of the local parish vestry were required from time to.

The Resource Fredericksville Parish Vestry book,transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis. 66) From Fredericksville Parish vestry book, p.

81, ca "Order'd that James Harris and John Mullens do procession all the lands between Doyls & Moremans River up to the Great Mountain." (Rosalie Edith Davis, FREDERICKSVILLE PARISH VESTRY BOOK,Vol. s Mosias JONES land deed to John Moore Albe., VA Book 7 Page abt Jones was a neighbor of Christopher Harris the elder in Albemarle, VA ca.

He was a witness to several deeds in and But earlier there is this processioning order: At a Vestry Held for Fredericksville Parish ye 23rd Sept. [present was Robt. Ref; Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book () Vol I, Edited & Compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis. p 96 "To Edward Coffee for providing for Alexander Cleveland 1 year now to come accept his cloathing.

[Edward Coffee was his son-in- law, husband of his daughter Grace Cleveland]. The first record of James Flanagan of Louisa County, Virginia, is found in the Fredericksville Parish Vestry, Book, 29 Julyand states, “That Samuel Dalton and James Flanagan do procession the lands from Nick Meriwether’s (I’ am not sure that name is right) line (?) Mountain and this county line to Cuffy’s (?) Creek.”.

Rosalie Edith Davis, Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, Indentures and Processioning Returns,Vol. 2 [Manchester, MO: ], p. 33 (p. [of vestry book]) In obedience to an order of Vestry 24 Oct We have processioned the land of Martin Hacket himself being Prest.

the land of Saml. Dolton, William Dolton Prest. Jas. Listed in the "Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book " Listed as a witness to several deeds in Albemarle Co deed books in and Bedford County, Virginia Will Book Bedford County, Virginia Will Book AcknowledgementsSpouse: Penelope Clark.

Abraham Sladding died between 4 March and 21 November in Fredericksville Parish, Albemarle County, Virginia as his son Tyree Sladding was listed as an orphan on 21 November Virginia Vestry Book of Albemarle County () page Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book () Vol I, Edited & compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis.pg 96 "to Edward Coffee for providing for Alexander Cleveland 1 year now to come accept his cloathing.

L". Relationship to his father James Meredith, is proven by the below entry: Rosalie Edith Davis, Fredericksville Parish Vestry Book, Indentures and Processioning Returns,Vol. 2 [Manchester, MO: ], p. 41 April 8