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    Angela Williams,Kathleen Booth Williams
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    0806308362
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    Clearfield; Reprint Edition edition (January 1, 2007)
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Marriages of Goochland County, Virginia, 1733-1815.

Marriages of Goochland County, Virginia, 1733-1815.

Kathleen Booth Williams. Kathleen Booth Williams

Marriages of Goochland County, Virginia, 1733-1815. Kathleen Booth Williams. Goochland County, Virginia was carved out of Henrico County in 1728 and was the parent, direct or indirect, of nine other Virginia counties. The Goochland County marriage register upon which this work is based was originally compiled by the staff of the Virginia State Library and subsequently transcribed by Mrs. Williams. In all, it refers to some 3,000 brides and grooms and to another 2,000 associated persons (parents, sureties, and witnesses) mentioned in the register.

The Goochland County marriage register upon which this work is based refers to some 3,000 brides and grooms and to another 2,000 associated persons (parents, sureties, and witnesses) mentioned in the register. Related epub fb2 eBooks: Culpeper County Marriages, 1780-1853 (Virginia Historic Marriage Register). Tennessee Marriage Records : Blount County, 1795-1859. Register of Overwharton Parish Stafford County Virginia 1723-1657 Afoot in Lane County.

Amherst County was formed from Albemarle County and certain islands in the Fluvanna River, in 1761; however. by William Montgomery Sweeny (Compiler).

Goochland County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 21,717. Its county seat is Goochland. Goochland County is included in the Greater Richmond Region. Native Americans had lived along the waterways for several thousand years. Siouan-speaking tribes were the historic peoples encountered by English colonists

Witness to marriage was Moses Hicks and William Adams. Kathleen Boon Williams, Marriages of Goochland County, Virginia, 1733-1815 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1979), p. 21.

Witness to marriage was Moses Hicks and William Adams. Mary Hicks given consent for William Hicks. P. Perhaps Mary Hicks was William Hicks' mother. Register of Kentucky State Historical Society 19, no. 55 (1921): pg. ISBN13:9780806308364. Release Date:January 2003.

Ico Icns PNG. Ico Icns PNG. Goochland Co, Goochland County (V., Virginia. There's no description for this book yet. Marriages of Goochland County, Viriginia, 1733-1815. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Marriages of Goochland County, Viriginia, 1733-1815 from your list? Marriages of Goochland County, Viriginia, 1733-1815. by Kathleen Booth Williams. Published 1979 by Genealogical Pub. Co. in Baltimore Goochland Co, Goochland County (V.

The Goochland County marriage register upon which this work is based refers to some 3,000 brides and grooms and to another 2,000 associated persons (parents, sureties, and witnesses) mentioned in the register.

Gann
nothing new since I have been doing research for over 30 years - already had the information that applied to my families
Little Devil
It has a lot of good family Information in that area.Would like to find more Virginia Books.Good choice to work on my tree.
Biaemi
Goochland County, Virginia, was carved out of Henrico County in 1728 and was the parent, direct or indirect, of the following nine other Virginia counties arranged in order of formation: Albemarle, Cumberland, Chesterfield, Amherst, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Powhatan, Nelson, and Appomattox. The Goochland County marriage register upon which this work is based was originally compiled by the staff of the Virginia State Library from marriage bonds and ministers' returns, with an admixture of marriage references in Deed Books and Order Books for the period concerned.

Mrs. Williams' transcription of the register is a convenient reference tool, referring to some 3,000 brides and grooms and to another 2,000 associated persons (parents, sureties, and witnesses) mentioned in the register. The marriages are arranged alphabetically by the surname of the groom, with the date of the bond, name of the bride, names of parents, witnesses, and sureties, date of the marriage, name of the officiating minister, and page number of the original marriage register. There is a separate index to brides and another to all other persons mentioned in the text, so that, for research purposes, virtually nothing is wanting.