1 edition of John Hancock of Virginia and his descendants found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||[manuscript compiled in 1904 by Richard Ramsey Hancock, Auburn, Tenn.; copied in full in May 1957 by Wenzola Robinson Kiger, who added the last 12 pages|
|Contributions||Kiger, Wenzola Robinson, 1906-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.H235 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
John Hancock often studied and played with his friend, John Adams, who later went on to become the first Vice-President and the second President of the United States. John Hancock’s father died when he was 7 years old, and his mother was too poor to keep the family together, so John went to live with his aunt and uncle, Lydia and Thomas Hancock. The Society of The Lees of Virginia was established to promote a better knowledge of the patriotic services of the Lee Family of Virginia to their country, to assist in the compiling of matter concerning periods of state, national, and Lee family history; to mark, preserve, and restore historic sites of family interest; to draw together the widely scattered members of the Lee Family; to.
Such close proximity to Harvard afforded his descendants, including John, a unique opportunity to advance in colonial society. In , John Hancock was elected as the third President of the Continental Congress. He served in that high office for two and a half years, longer than . Also they were slaveowners, on the minor scale found in western Virginia. John Cox had eleven slaves, the largest number belonging to one owner in that frontier area in As a result of his status, John Cox was one of the three men named county commissioners at the creation of Ashe County, North Carolina, in
John Hancock was born on month day , at birth place, New York, to John Hancock and Elizabeth Hancock (born Morris Brand). John was born on April 7 , in Shadoxhurst, Rolvenden, Kent, England. Elizabeth was born on May 17 , in Rolvenden, Kent, England. Among his descendants were a surveyor for the Ohio Company and the founder of Leestown on the Kentucky River and the mother of President Zachary Taylor. John Lee, the physician, although he died before marrying at age twenty-eight, managed to build a mansion on the Potomac River, Mount Pleasant, and to serve as high sheriff and burgess from.
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Get this from a library. John Hancock of Virginia and his descendants. [Richard Ramsey Hancock; Wenzola Robinson Kiger] -- John Hancock, of Patrick County, Virginia, made his will in In the will, he mentions four sons (Benjamin, Lewis, Major, and William); and five daughters (Nancy, Rodie, Elizabeth, Judieth, and.
John Hancock, of Patrick County, Virginia, made his will in In the will, he mentions four sons (Benjamin, Lewis, Major, and William); and five daughters (Nancy, Rodie, Elizabeth, Judieth, and Susannah). One daughter, Mary, was deseased but left two children.
He was a man of some property. Descendants of JOHN LEE. Generation No. JOHN 1 LEE was Lees or Leys) (/30), a member of the Clothiers' Company (i.e., manufacturers of woolen cloth) and Jane Hancock, his wife. Subsequently, Thomas Woodcock, Somerset Herald at the College of Arms, was engaged by David Halle (Genealogist of the Society of the Lees of Virginia.
Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results John Hancock ( - Unknown) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days. found in Virginia, Select Marriages, John Hancock.
found in Virginia, Select Marriages, John Hancock. found in Virginia, Select Marriages, Place Of Birth: Barnstable, Massachusetts. [Hancock] Hancock, Richard R. et al. Hancock: Some Descendants of John Hancock () of Goochland, Fluvanna and Patrick Counties, Virginia.
Higginson Book Company, [Harbour] Williams, Louis J. and William Tyler Ross. The Harbours in America. Lubbock, Tex.: Harbour--Harbor--Harber Family Association, FHL Book Hw. John Gant was born in about in Virginia. His father was John Gent. He married in about and had five sons.
He died in about Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Texas, Tennessee, John Hancock of Virginia and his descendants book Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Mississippi and elsewhere.
Descendants of Benjamin Hancock. 1 Benjamin Hancock - b: in Sussex Co., Virginia d: in Goochland Co., VA +Jane - b: Abt. d: in Goochland Co., VA m: in New Kent County, VA [Jane may have been Jane Armager.
There were Armager families living in Goochland and they appear to have been related to the Wade families of that area.]. descendants of John Hogg of New Kent Co. VA notes and comments. John Hogg the immigrant of New Kent County Virginia John Hogg is mentioned as a headright in a grant to Leonard Chamberlain in New Kent County in Then John Hogg is identified as the recipiant of a grant of acres in New Kent County in There was a William Hancock that came to Virginia in Ü in search of timber.
He was an investor in the 2nd Virginia Company granted by King James I of England in » and subscribed to the amount of sixty-two pounds. He was killed by the Indians inand in 16;}0, his son, Augustine, came to Virginia to claim his estate. Anthony Hancock and Some of His Descendants: A Genealogy by Harold H.
Shepard, History of the Hancock and Barton Families: From Virginia to California: Allied Families, Corlews, Donahoos, and Holways by Hancock Family Organization. Get this from a library. The descendants of Arthur and Rachel Slayden of Tidewater, Virginia.
[William John Slayton] -- Arthur Slayden was born 28 March in New Kent, Virginia. His father was John Slayden. He married Rachel in about They had nine.
OCLC (No. ) locates only nine copies at institutions worldwide. Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~GGG~ [P] Traces the descendants of William Lackey (circa ), who died in Amherst County, : Hecht.
Lackey, Sr. Hancock Lee, son of Richard and Anna Lee, was born inprobably at DividingCreeks, in Northumberland county, and diedbeing buried at "Ditchley," where his tombstone can still be seen with its inscription perfectly en: William Lee, Kendall Lee, Richard Lee of Ditchley, Capt.
John Lee, Anna Kendall Eustace. Biography. Benjamin Hancock was born about in Fluvanna County, Virginia. Benjamin might not be a son of Benjamin however, he does seem to be a relative and he was called Benjamin Jr.
He married Sarah Lane, 23 Febin New Garden MM, Guilford County, North : Sarah Lane. Thomas Collins Sr. born and his descendants: by Jack Goins According to documented family research old Thomas Collins Sr.
born before was the father and or grandfather of the historical Tennessee Melungeon Collins. At least one of Thomas Collins parents (unknown) was probably full blood Saponi : Historical Melungeons. John Hancock was a private in the Revolutionary War. [There was another John Hancock who married Ann/Nancy Graves, and was a Capt in the Louisa Co, VA Militia.] -- John had four sons.
He gave each of them a farm as they became of age. On August 7,John Hancock of Fluvanna Co., gave his oldest heir, Benjamin, acres of land locatedFile Size: KB. Many of his descendants still live in Virginia. One son, William and one son, Thomas, moved from Virginia to Hancock County, Georgia.
JOHN STEMBRIDGE, lived and died in Virginia, but his son moved to Kentucky in pioneer days, settling there in the County of Muhlenburg. His descendants still live in that section, as well as in Indiana, Tennessee.
John Custis was a member of both the House of Burgesses and the Virginia Governor's Council. Hancock Custis's brother, Major John Custis, was the father of Daniel Parke Custis, first husband of Martha Washington. Major John Custis named one of his sons "Hancock." Hancock Custis's will, which was proved May 7,mentions his wife : Accomack County, Virginia.
OR born abtHenrico Co, Virginia Colony. Married Elizabeth Cockruft (Her brother, William Cockruft, who died inmentioned his brother-in-law, William Hancock, in his will.) The will of William Hancock, dated 14 April,proved 17 May,in the Eastern Branch of Elizabeth River of Lower Norfork County, names his heirs: 1.
"Mr" Robert Hancock, a man of comparatively comfortable means in his day, left many descendants. Robert Hancock mar- 1 The English pedigree ascribed to John Goode, of Henrico, in Virginia Cousins was doubtless constructed by George Brown Goode without suffi- cient data at hand to really prove the points he makes.
Hancock Belote and Abigail Walter Belote. First Generation. 1. Hancock 1 BELOTE, son of William BELOTE, was born in Accomack Co., VA circa He married Abigail WALTER circa Abigail was born circa She was the daughter of John and Mary John WALTER's will on 4 October in Northampton Co., VA, Abigail was named as an was probated (Marshall.
The land was on the Hawkins and Hancock Counties line. William Vaughan and his neighbor John Vaughan are listed on two surviving tax lists of Hawkins County, one for and one for William Jr. was listed on the list; evidently he turned 21 in or Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of various English branches of the Hancock families who immigrated to America.
Genealogical information begins with William Hancock who was born ca. in Devonshire, England and immigrated to America aboard the ship "Margaret of Bristol" 16 September He was the father of three known children who immigrated to America.