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Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Eddis Johnson

Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

by Eddis Johnson

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Published by Johnson in Martinsville, Ind .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Johnson family.,
    • Johnston family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      Statementby Eddis Johnson and Hugh Buckner Johnston.
      ContributionsJohnston, Hugh Buckner, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.J7 1979
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4434835M
      LC Control Number79087778

      Source: 17th Century, Isle of Wight County, VA., by John Bennett Boddie, Transcribed by J. Kowalchuk *These grants were the last ones given for the transportation of persons to the Colony. After this date the grants were generally purchased. Wills and Administrations, Isle of Wight County, Virginia - - Book 3 Almand (Allmand, Allman, Almond) Allman, William: Leg. son William, and his son John and daughter Anne; son John and his son Augustine; son Thomas; son Elisha; daughter Margaret; son Hezekiah; wife nothing for she "hath absconded from me without an cause for several.

      aft 9 Aug Isle of Wight, Virginia, United States Research Notes. Note: that there are 2 Will Abstracts which indicate a rewrite of the first Will. - 2nd Will of Hodges Council. Isle of Wight County Will Book 2, p - Will of Hodges Councill. Unverified Transcript. — In the Isle of Wight County Census — 9 whites. — In the Isle of Wight County Census. — Signed a petition to Virginia House of Delegates against public funding of teachers of religion. — Listed in the tax census, no white males , 2 horses, 8 cattle.

      Francis Boykin of Isle of Wight, a member of this family, married Anne, a daughter of John Marshall who died in and gave the property where the present. page Court House is located to Francis and his daughter. Francis was a Second Lieutenant in the First Regiment of the Virginia Line, commanded by Patrick Henry, during the Revolution. Trade paperback in VG condition; a nice clean copy. Sku: SKU Condition: Used: Very Good. Qty Available: Rating: % positive.


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The Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, The Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, Virginia Authors Eddis Johnson, Hugh Buckner Johnston. Robert Johnson, planter, was probably born in James City County, Virginia, inprobably the grandson of John Johnson (ca.

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The genealogy of this family was greatly complicated by Eddis Johnson, in The Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, The book had a very specific agenda, which was to "prove" that President Lyndon Johnson was descended from both John Johnson, Ancient Planter, and from Arthur Allen () of Surry County, Virginia.

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The Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, Virginia by Eddis Johnson; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy; Places: Virginia; People: Johnson family, Johnston family.

Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Johnson, Eddis, Johnsons and Johnstons of Corrowaugh in Isle of Wight County, Virginia.

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William Johnston of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and his descendants, a genealogical study of one branch of the family in the South Genealogy and local history: Authors: Coy K.

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[Johnson] Johnson, Eddis. William Johnston,Isle of Wight, VA By Marta Johns(t)on Patterson Ma at William Johnston, who lived from toof Isle of Wight County, Virginia, is the ancestor of the Johnstons and their decendants who are the subject-matter of this study.

"Our Johnson Family" is a 54 page, "x11" softcover (bound into a slightly larger library folder) compiled and published in by Willis Ezra Johnson (Atlanta, Georgia).

It provides a large amount of genealogical information and biographical sketches about the family based originally in Isle of Wight County, Virginia with the last name Seller Rating: % positive.

the parkers of macclesfield, isle of wight county, va. By James F. Crocker. Thomas Parker was the immigrant ancestor of these Parkers, as ap- pears from the patent issued to him on Mafor acres of land situated in that part of the county of Isle of Wight known as Smith's Neck, adjoining the land of Mr.

Norsworthy, and being a.Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County Virginia a History of the County of Isle of Wight Virginia During the Seventeenth Century Including Abstracts of the County Records Book Summary: This work contains a broad, comprehensive, early history of Wight County, Virginia, and its early white settlers, and native inhabitants.

The book provides detailed biographical. Source: THE JOHNSONS AND JOHNSTONS OF CORROWAUGH IN ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, VOLUME I, ROBERT JOHNSON, PLANTER HIS ANCESTRY AND DESCENDANTS, -By EDDIS JOHNSON and HUGH BUCKNER JOHNSTON Eddis Johnson, Publisher, East Columbus Street, Martinsville, Indiana [] Library of Children: Lucy Council, Thomas Hardy, Olive Driver, Alice Hardy, Emanuel Hardy.