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Louisa County, Virginia, tithables and census, 1743-1785

Rosalie Edith Davis

Louisa County, Virginia, tithables and census, 1743-1785

by Rosalie Edith Davis

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Published by Heritage Trails in Manchester, Mo. (923 La Cherie Dr., Manchester 63011) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisa County (Va.),
  • Virginia,
  • Louisa County.
    • Subjects:
    • Tithes -- Virginia -- Louisa County.,
    • Louisa County (Va.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Louisa County (Va.) -- Census.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited and compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.L85 D385
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 198 p., [1] leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3835999M
      LC Control Number81150166

      Louisa Co. VA Tithables and Census by Rosalie Edith Davis Trinity Parish 10 June by Wm. Phillips (same dist. as Merediths) Curtis Parrott: Manoah Lastley Louisa Co. VA Deed Book A, p. , John Snow and Sarah Snow his wife to John Goodall of Orange Co., sum of 30 pounds, ac, part of a tract of ac whereon. Numbers of tithables are consistently listed, but the same cannot be said for the acreage owned in the Parish. The lists imply, but do not prove that William Johnson had a son William. (Davis, Roaslie Edith, Louisa County, Virginia Tithables and Census ,).

        Virginia County Court Records: Order Book Abstracts of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, , the material in this book is taken from Spotsylvania County Order Book for Courts held 6 February /4 to 5 August , . • Marriages of Some Virginia Residents Dorothy Ford Wulfeck Reprinted • Louisa County Virginia Tithables and Census • Louisa Historical Magazine vol 8 no. 1 page 29 • Accomack County Virginia Court Orders Abstracts Volumes • Hungars Parish Records for Northampton County.

      (4) Louisa County, Virginia: tithables and census, , Rosalie Edith Davis, (5) "The Mallorys - Part 1" Generation 5, Bobby Anderson (credit research of Robert Mallory) (6) Todd County, Kentucky, Providence UMC Cem Grave stone transcription (7) Sur. Meriwether Smith. Wit. Abraham Collins. p "Louisa County Virginia Tithables and Census - ", edited and compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis, Manchester, Mo., St. Martin's Parish tithes - acres.


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OCLC Number: Description: v, pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates: map ; 28 cm: Contents: Map of Louisa County, Virginia, parishes --Trinity Parish tithable lists 's Parish tithable lists --Fredericksville parish tithable lists --Levy credits, additions & exemptions --Tithable takers, precincts & missing lists --Census of.

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From: Louisa County, Virginia Tithables and Census 1743-1785 bookEdited and Compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis, published by Heritage Trails, Manchester, Missouri Fredericksville Parish, pg 73, taken by Nathl. Anderson GIBSON, William 1 GIBSON, George:Lightfoot GIBSON, GIBSON, David 1 GIBSON, Gideon 1 RAY, Elkanah Louisa County, Virginia Titheables and Census Edited and Compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis (Manchester, MO: Heritage Trails, ) Library of Virginia, stacks Note: The three parishes partially or wholely within Louisa County are Trinity, Fredericksville and St.

Martins. Tithe lists for years are not extant. Lists forFile Size: 74KB. Similar Items. Louisa County, Virginia, where have all the children gone. Author: Davis, Rosalie Edith.

Published: (). Louisa County, Virginia Titheables and Census Edited and Compiled by Rosalie Edith Davis (Manchester, MO: Heritage Trails, ) Library of Virginia, stacks Note: The three parishes partially or wholely within Louisa County are Trinity, Fredericksville and St.

Martins. Tithe lists for years are not extant. Lists forFile Size: 44KB. Fredricksville Parrish Vestry Book, Indentures and Processioning Returns TBD: TBD: Tithables and census TBD: TBD: Where have all the Children gone Louisa Co. Sussan: [email protected]: Louisa County, Virginia Marriages Jane Shimanek: [email protected] or June Byrne: Louisa County Virginia Death.

Louisa Co. Virginia Marriage Bonds - ; Ricks, Joel - V2W: Marriages of Louisa Co. Virginia - ; Williams, Kathleen Booth c - R4d: Louisa Co., Virginia Tithables and Census - - Davis, Rosalie Edith Rogers, c St. Martin’s Parish Tithable records are particularly valuable in tracing this line, but they begin in (Davis, Rosalie Edith, Louisa County, Virginia Tithables and Census ) From year to year, the lists vary in detail.

William is first seen in the tithing list for and William would have been about seventeen years of age at that time. Males were counted as they reached age 16 years for military purposes.

[found in the book "Louisa County, Tithables and Census" by Rosalie Edith Davis, pagetaken by Samuel Ragland and James : Ann Young (Cosby) Lumsden. Louisa Co. VA Tithables and Censusedited by Rosalie Edith Davis South Side South Anna River by George Thompson John Bunch:James Merideth (and some slaves) David Merideth 1 by George Thompson John Bunch:James Meridith (and some Slaves) David Meridith 1 by William Phillips David Merideth 1.

Charles Moorman appeared on the tax list of at Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., VA, as Charles Moorman, Sr. charged with tax for 5 tithables and acres of land. Slaves named were: Jack, Allin, Dian, and Rachal [Rosalie Edith Davis comp., Louisa County, Virginia Tithables and Census (), list of George Thompson on the south side.

Author of The Garth family, Louisa County, Virginia,Louisa County, Virginia, Louisa County, Virginia, tithables and census,Louisa County. Charles Moorman appeared on the tax list of at Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., VA, as Charles Moorman, Sr.

charged with tax for 5 tithables and acres of land. Slaves named were: Jack, Allin, Dian, and Rachal [Rosalie Edith Davis comp., Louisa County, Virginia Tithables and Census (), list of George Thompson on the south side Children: Nancy Mississippi Board, Lucy Johnson, Thomas Moorman, Charles Moorman, Achilles Moorman.

7 Rosalie Edith Davis, Louisa County, Virginia, Tithables and Census, (Manchester, MO: Heritage Trails, ), 5. The entry might be a clerical error; if Anselm had died, the clerk erred in not charging the tithes to 'the estate of Anselm Clarkson'.

Alternatively, this entry might have been for Anselm Jr. 8 Ibid., 8. 9 Ibid., Davis, Rosalie Edith. Louisa County, VA Tithables and Census, GILLIAM, Richard D. "Skelton and Shelton Two Distinct Virginia Families." William and Mary Quarterly. Harris, Anne Lewis. "St. John's Church Cemetery." Louisa County Historical Magazine, Volume 7, Number 2, Winter Virginia Genealogical Society.

Death Records Indexing. Saint Mark Parish vestry book & levies St. Mark's Parish (Va.). Vestr Not In Library. Louisa County, Virginia, Not In Library. Louisa County, Virginia, tithables and census, Rosalie Edith Davis Not In Library.

Hanover County, Virginia deeds, Rosalie Edith Davis Not In Library. In her book, Louisa County, Virginia: Tithables and Census,Rosalie Edith Davis includes this item on the Table of Contents–“Analysis of the Census of ” My mind said, “what is the census of ?” I recalled that county tax rolls begin in 23 Oct further proved by oath of Bradley Meredith.

Note: The above deed occurred about the time Bradley married Dorothy. Louisa Co. VA Tithables and Census by Rosalie Edith Davis Trinity Parish 10 June by Wm. Phillips (same dist. as Merediths) Curtis Parrott: Manoah Lastley.