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  1. Rostock - Wikipedia

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    Rostock (/ ˈ r ɒ s t ɒ k / ROST-ok, German: [ˈʁɔstɔk] ()), officially the University and Hanseatic City of Rostock (German: Hanse- und Universitätsstadt Rostock), is the largest city in the German federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and lies in the Mecklenburgian part of the state, close to the border with Pomerania.

  2. Margaret I of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    In 1389 she proclaimed her great-nephew, Bogislav, who changed his name to Eric of Pomerania (grandson of Henry of Mecklenburg), king of Norway, having adopted him and his sister Catherine. In 1396, homage was rendered to him in Denmark and Sweden, while Margaret once again assumed the regency during his minority.

    • 10 August 1387 – 28 October 1412
    • Olaf II
  3. Baron - Wikipedia

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    A Baron would therefore record his surname as Lord [Barony], and the observation would note that The holder is The Right Honourable [given names] [surname] Lord [Barony]. However, if the title of an applicant's peerage is different from his surname, he can choose whether to use his surname or title in the surname field.

  4. United States Declaration of Independence - Wikipedia

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    The United States Declaration of Independence (formally The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America) is the pronouncement adopted by the Second Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on July 4, 1776.

  5. Amherst County, Virginia Genealogy • FamilySearch

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    For animated maps illustrating Virginia county boundary changes, visit "Rotating Formation Virginia County Boundary Maps"

    For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:\\

    A Guide to the Counties of Virginia: Amherst County. The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1960):38-40. FHL US/CAN Book 975.5 B2vg, CD available at: American Ancestors ($).

    Amherst County Personal Property Tax List 1782-1822. By Paul Heinegg. Online at: Free African Americans.
    Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. c2005. By Paul Heinegg. Online at: Free African Americans of North Carolina and Virginia. At various libra...
    Freedmen's Bureau Letters or Correspondence, 1865-1872
    Strangers in Their Midst the Free Black Population of Amherst County, Virginia. 1993. By Sherrie S. McLeRoy. Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books. Online at: eBook-Unlimited ($), AncestorStuff ($), FHL...

    Images of the Virginia Historical Society'sfamily Bible collection have been digitized: 1. Virginia Historical Society Papers, 1607-2007.

    For tips on accessing Amherst County, Virginia Genealogy census records online, see: Virginia Census. 1783 Enumeration 1. Amherst County Heads of Families - 1783at U.S. Census Bureau. County begins on page 47. 1785 Enumeration 1. Amherst County Heads of Families - 1785at U.S. Census Bureau. County begins on page 83. 1890 Union Veterans 1. Virginia's Union Veterans: Eleventh Census of the United States 1890. By Ronald Ray Turner. c1994. Prince William County Virginia, FHL Collection. At various libraries (WorldCat).

    Early Baptist churches (with years constituted): 1. Buffaloe River (by 1771). Edwards published a membership list dated 1771 in Materials Towards a History of the Baptists...(1772), 66. 2. Ebenezer(1773) The 10,000 name petition (dated 16 October 1776) has been digitized at the Library of Congress website. It was signed by people from all over Virginia who wanted an end to persecution of Baptists by the Established Church. Baptists and Baptist sympathizers alike signed the petition. To find your ancestor in this record, first check Hall's transcription in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy (Vols. 35-38, with annotations in Vol. 39), which is available online at Ancestry ($). It is also available in book form at the Family History Library: FHL Book 975.5 B2vs v. 35-39. Then proceed to the Library of Congress website to see the original images. Amherst County fell within the bounds of the Albemarle Association. See also Amherst Parish See also Lexington Parish Meade's 1861 history of...

    Chancery Court 1. Amherst County Chancery Suits. By Lenora Higginbotham Sweeny. The William and Mary Quarterly, Second Series, Vol. 19, No. 3 (Jul., 1939), pp. 318-324. Online at: JSTOR ($). Loose chancery papers, also discusses Sweeny's discovery of Amherst's Revolutionary-era court order book. 2. Indexed images of Amherst County, Virginia Chancery Records 1773-1879 are available online through Virginia Memory: Chancery Records Index. Additional records are also available at the Amherst County Courthouse. These records, often concerned inheritance disputes and contain a wealth of genealogical information. County Court 1. Amherst County Chancery Suits. By Lenora Higginbotham Sweeny. The William and Mary Quarterly, Second Series, Vol. 19, No. 3 (Jul., 1939), pp. 318-324. Online at: JSTOR ($). Loose chancery papers, also discusses Sweeny's discovery of Amherst's Revolutionary-era court order book.

    Compiled Genealogies by Surname 1. See Amherst County, Virginia Compiled Genealogiesfor a list of 225+ published books and Articles, or jump to a surname using the alphabet bar. Compiled Genealogies for Multiple Families: 1. Hardesty, H.H., James S. Presgraves, Jay Cregger, and Diane Neeley. Amherst County Families and History: Compiled from Henry Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopaedia. Wytheville, Va.: J. Presgraves, 1995. FHL Book 975.5496 D2h 2. Heinegg, Paul. Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. 2005-present. - free online book. Ailstock, Ampey, Arnold, Beverly, Brannum, Clark, Coy, Evans, Ferrar, Fields, Fortune, Hailstock, Hartless, Humbles, Jackson, Jenkins, Johns, Key, Lansford, Lantor, Mallory, Mason, Peters, Pinn, Redcross, Sneed, Thomas, Valentine, and Viers families of pre-1820 Amherst County, Virginia. 3. Pritchett, John W. Southside Virginia Genealogies. CD-ROM. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing...

    List of imported servants and transported convicts from Europe who served labor terms in Colonial Brunswick County are online at: Immigrant Servants Database.

  6. Essex County, Virginia Genealogy • FamilySearch

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    1692 Essex County was created 16 April 1692 from Rappahannock (old) County. County seat: Tappahannock

    For animated maps illustrating Virginia county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Virginia County Boundary Maps"(1617-1995) may be viewed for free at the MapofUS.org website.

    There is no known history of courthouse disasters in this county. 1. Lost censuses: 1790, 1800, 1890

    For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:

    Compiled genealogies are a good place to start research for this area, see Essex County, Virginia Genealogy. If you are researching families who lived in Essex County, Virginia between the 1690s and 1750s, the Sparacios' books are a great time saver. They comprehensively index several publications covering that period: 1. Surname Index of Antient Press Publications. 1993. By Ruth Trickey Sparacio and Sam Sparacio. 14+ vols. McLean, VA : R. S. Sparacio, Antient Press. FHL Collection975.5 P22s v. 1-2.

    Records of Tidewater Virginia Counties. By Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis. Tidewater Virginia Families: A Magazine of History and Genealogy, Vol. 1, No. 2 (May-June 1992):53-66. FHL Collection975.51...

    Images of the Virginia Historical Society'sfamily Bible collection have been digitized: 1. Virginia Historical Society Papers, 1607-2007.

    For tips on accessing Essex County, Virginia Genealogy census records online, see: Virginia Census. 1783 Enumeration 1. Essex County Heads of Families - 1783at U.S. Census Bureau. County begins on page 51. 1890 Union Veterans 1. Virginia's Union Veterans: Eleventh Census of the United States 1890. c1994. By Ronald Ray Turner. Online at: Prince William County Virginia, FHL Collection; At various libraries (WorldCat).

    The 10,000 name petition (dated 16 October 1776) has been digitized at the Library of Congress website. It was signed by people from all over Virginia who wanted an end to persecution of Baptists by the Established Church. Baptists and Baptist sympathizers alike signed the petition. To find your ancestor in this record, first check Hall's transcription in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy (Vols. 35-38, with annotations in Vol. 39), which is available online at Ancestry ($). It is also available in book form at the Family History Library: FHL Book 975.5 B2vs v. 35-39. Then proceed to the Library of Congress website to see the original images. See also North Farnham Parish See also Piscataway Parish See also St. Anne's Parish See also St. George's Parish See also St. Mary's Parish See also Sittenburne Parish See also South Farnham Parish

    Essex County, Virginia, records, 1717-1722 : deeds, etc., no. 16, 1718-1721, wills, inventoires and settlements of estates, no. 3, 1717-1722. c1959. By John Frederick Dorman. Online at: FamilySearc...
    Library of Virginia's Chancery Records Indexcan be used to search for Essex County chancery records for the years 1728-1914. Records are located on microfilm and at the Clerk's Office.
  7. Culpeper County, Virginia Genealogy • FamilySearch

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    Feb 02, 2021 · 1782-1823 Culpeper County Personal Property Tax List 1782-1802, 1803-1823. By Paul Heinegg. Online at:Free African Americans. 1783 Personal Property (or Land) Tax List, 1783. Online at: Revolutionary War Service. 1783 Property Tax List of Culpeper County, Virginia: And Names of Slaves, 1783. 1936. By Mary Boldridge Norris.

  8. Middlesex County, Virginia Genealogy • FamilySearch

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    For animated maps illustrating Virginia county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Virginia County Boundary Maps"(1617-1995) may be viewed for free at the MapofUS.org website.

    For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:

    Compiled genealogies are a good place to start research for this area, see Middlesex County, Virginia Genealogy. If you are researching families who lived in Middlesex County, Virginia between the 1670s and 1720s, the Sparacios' book indexes are a great time saver. Surname index of Antient Press publications

    Davis, Virginia Lee Hutcheson. "Records of Tidewater Virginia Counties," Tidewater Virginia Families: A Magazine of History and Genealogy, Vol. 1, No. 2 (May-June 1992):53-66. FHL Collection975.51...

    Virginia, Freedmen's Bureau Field Office Records, 1865-1872The original Registers of Free Negroes and Mulattoes for the County of Middlesex, 1800-1862 are held at the County Courthouse. The Library of Virginia microfilmed these records, see also FHL Collection2024874 Items 1 - 2 Additional Middlesex County African American resources include: 1. Heinegg, Paul. Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. 2005-present. - free online book. Bond, Bowles, Burwell, Cassidy, Chapman, Chavis, Day, Driver, Dungee, Gillett, Gilmore, Goings, Goldman, Grimes, Haynes, Hearn, Howard, Key, Lawhan (see introduction), Lawrence, Lighty, Meggs, Month, Morris, Nickens, Ormes (see introduction), Peters, Pinn, Robinson, Sampson, Simms, Smith, Snelling, Syphax, Toyer, Twopence, Tyre, West, Whistler, Williams, Young families of pre-1820 Middlesex County, Virginia. 2. Heinegg, Paul. "Middlesex County Personal Property Tax List, 1782-1819," Free African Americans...

    Images of the Virginia Historical Society'sfamily Bible collection have been digitized: 1. Virginia Historical Society Papers, 1607-2007.

    For tips on accessing Middlesex County, Virginia Genealogy census records online, see: Virginia Census. 1668-1704 1. Rutman, Darrett B. and Anita H. Rutman. "'More True and Perfect Lists': The Reconstruction of Censuses for Middlesex County, Virginia, 1668-1704," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 88 (1980):37-74. Available at JSTOR($). 1783 Enumeration 1. Middlesex County Heads of Families - 1783at U.S. Census Bureau - free. See page 56. 1890 Union Veterans 1. Turner, Ronald Ray. Virginia's Union Veterans: Eleventh Census of the United States 1890. Available online, courtesy: Prince William County Virginiawebsite. [Includes residents of this county.]

    The 10,000 name petition (dated 16 October 1776) has been digitized at the Library of Congress website. It was signed by people from all over Virginia who wanted an end to persecution of Baptists by the Established Church. Baptists and Baptist sympathizers alike signed the petition. To find your ancestor in this record, first check Hall's transcription in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy (Vols. 35-38, with annotations in Vol. 39), which is available online at Ancestry ($). It is also available in book form at the Family History Library: FHL Book 975.5 B2vs v. 35-39. Then proceed to the Library of Congress website to see the original images. See also Christ Church Parish

    Chancery Court 1. Indexed images of Middlesex County, Virginia Chancery Records 1754-1912 are available online through Virginia Memory: Chancery Records Index. These records, often concerned with inheritance disputes, contain a wealth of genealogical information.

    Compiled Genealogies by Surname 1. See Middlesex County, Virginia Compiled Genealogiesfor a list of 523+ published books and articles, or jump to the surname using the alphabet bar. Compiled Genealogies for Multiple Families 1. DeBusk, Jessie M. Family Histories of Middlesex County, Virginia. Urbanna, Va.: Ralph Wormeley Branch APVA, 1982. Available at Virginia Historical Society; FHL Book 975.533 D2f 2. Heinegg, Paul. Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. 2005-present. - free online book. Bond, Bowles, Burwell, Cassidy, Chapman, Chavis, Day, Driver, Dungee, Gillett, Gilmore, Goings, Goldman, Grimes, Haynes, Hearn, Howard, Key, Lawhan (see introduction), Lawrence, Lighty, Meggs, Month, Morris, Nickens, Ormes (see introduction), Peters, Pinn, Robinson, Sampson, Simms, Smith, Snelling, Syphax, Toyer, Twopence, Tyre, West, Whistler, Williams, Young families of pre-1820 Middlesex County, Virginia. 3. Yurechko, John Otto. Virginians Al...

  9. Goochland County, Virginia Genealogy • FamilySearch

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    • Boundary Changes
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    • African American
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    • Historic Residences

    For animated maps illustrating Virginia county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Virginia County Boundary Maps"(1617-1995) may be viewed for free at the MapofUS.org website.

    There is no known history of courthouse disasters in this county. 1. Lost censuses: 1790, 1800, 1890

    For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:

    Goochland County, Virginia Genealogy cohabitation records are available online. 1. Freedmen's Bureau Letters or Correspondence, 1865-1872 1. Bolling, William and Virginia Historical Society. Mss5:5B6387:1, William Bolling Slave Register, 1752-1890, Goochland County, Virginia. Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, 1996. 1. Burwell, Ann Powell and Virginia Historical Society. Mss5:5B9585:1, Ann (Powell) Burwell Commonplace Book, 1746-1839, Goochland County, Virginia. Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, 1996. [Includes lists of slaves owned by the Burwell family.] 2. Butler, Reginald Dennin. "Evolution of a Rural Free Black Community: Goochland County, Virginia, 1728-1832," Thesis/dissertation, 1989. 3. Heinegg, Paul. "Goochland County Personal Property Tax List 1782-1809," Free African Americans.com, available online. [Heinegg abstracted free blacks listed in these records.] 4. Kegley, Mary B. Free People of Colour: Free Negroes, Indians, Portugue...

    Images of the Virginia Historical Society'sfamily Bible collection have been digitized: 1. Virginia Historical Society Papers, 1607-2007.

    For tips on accessing Goochland County, Virginia Genealogy census records online, see: Virginia Census. 1782 1. Little, Barbara Vines. "1782 State Census, Goochland County," Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol.47, No.4 (Nov. 2009):265-266. 1890 Union Veterans 1. "Virginia's Union Veterans: Eleventh Census of the United States 1890." Prince William County Virginia, by Ronald Ray Turner. FHL Collection.Includes residents of this county.

    The Goochland County Historical Society prepared a list of Historic Churches in Goochland County, Virginia(free PDF file). It identifies pre-1900 churches by name, address, and year established. Early Baptist churches (with years constituted): 1. Dover (1773) 2. Goochland (1771). Edwards published a membership list dated 1771 in Materials Towards a History of the Baptists...(1772), 85. 3. Licking Hole(1776) 4. Williams's The 10,000 name petition (dated 16 October 1776) has been digitized at the Library of Congress website. It was signed by people from all over Virginia who wanted an end to persecution of Baptists by the Established Church. Baptists and Baptist sympathizers alike signed the petition. To find your ancestor in this record, first check Hall's transcription in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy (Vols. 35-38, with annotations in Vol. 39), which is available online at Ancestry ($). It is also available in book form at the Family History Library: FHL Book 975.5 B2vs v. 35-3...

    General 1. Street, Elwood. Wellsprings of Democracy in Virginia: Goochland County Courthouse. Richmond, Virginia: Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1941. Chancery Court 1. Library of Virginia's Chancery Record Indexcan be used to search digital images of Goochland County chancery records for the years 1731-1912. Indexed and original records are available through 1924 - see online catalog or contact Archives Research Services for availability. Additional post-1912 records may be available via the Circuit Court Clerk's Office.

    Compiled Genealogies by Surname 1. See Goochland County, Virginia Compiled Genealogiesfor a list of 250+ Published books and articles, or jump to the surname using the alphabet bar. Compiled Genealogies for Multiple Families 1. Foley, Louise Pledge Heath. Early Virginia Families Along the James River, Their Deep Roots and Tangled Branches. 3 vols. Richmond, Va.: L.P.H. Foley, 1974-1990. FHL Book 975.5 R2f v. 1-v. 3. Volume 1 includes Goochland County. 2. Pritchett, John W. Southside Virginia Genealogies. CD-ROM. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 2007. Free online index, courtesy: Virginians - The Family History of John W. Pritchett. [Includes a great deal of information about residents of Goochland County, see discussion of cited sources.] FHL US/CAN CD-ROM no. 3887. Purchase at Virginians.com.

    Thompson, Jessie. "Tuckahoe Plantation, Goochland County, Virginia," Thesis/Dissertation, Wellesley College, 1971.

  10. Yancey County - Revolutionary War Families

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    Aug 11, 2019 · When the War was over, the family continued to live in Henry Co., VA as proven by the 1783/1784 tax lists. Around 1787 (per the Burke Co., NC State Census), the family moved back to NC and settled in the Caney Branch area of now Yancey Co., NC.

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