A Guide to the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution Records, 1947 Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution Records, 1947 22676

A Guide to the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution Records, 1947

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 22676


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Repository
The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
22676
Title
Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution, 1947
Extent
.225 cu. ft. and 1 box
Creator
Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Use Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution records, 1947. Accession 22676. Organization records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mrs. John H. Hoskins, State Chair, Genealogical Records Committee, Daughters of the American Revolution, 116 Linden Avenue, Lynchburg, Virginia.


Scope and Content

Records, 1947 of the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution consisting of Bible records and genealogical notes, biographies, cemetery records, epitaphs, judicial records, resolves, wills, and other papers. Records are copies made of original sources by various chapters of the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

Series I: Bible Records and Genealogical Notes Series II: Cemetery Records Series III: Wills Series IV: Miscellaneous Files

Contents List

Series I: Bible Records and Genealogical Notes.
Folder: 1-29
Extent: 29 folders.
  • Folder 1
    Bates family.
  • Folder 2
    Blanton family.
  • Folder 3
    Boston family.
  • Folder 4
    Coleman family.
  • Folder 5
    Cowherd family.
  • Folder 6
    Cruikshank family.
  • Folder 7
    Douglass family.
  • Folder 8
    DuVal family.
  • Folder 9
    Goggin and Gardner families.
  • Folder 10
    Gray family (see also Hayman).
  • Folder 11
    Green family.
  • Folder 12
    Gregory family.
  • Folder 13
    Hayman family (see also Gray).
  • Folder 14
    Heaton family (see also Offley).
  • Folder 15
    Henry family.
  • Folder 16
    Myers family.
  • Folder 17
    Offley family (see also Heaton).
  • Folder 18
    Purvis family.
  • Folder 19
    Roane family.
  • Folder 20
    Rorer family.
  • Folder 21
    Sandidge family.
  • Folder 22
    Simpson-Selecman families.
  • Folder 23
    Staples family.
  • Folder 24
    Talbot family.
  • Folder 25
    Timberlake family.
  • Folder 26
    Walker family.
  • Folder 27
    Waugh-Willis family.
  • Folder 28
    Wax family.
  • Folder 29
    Webb family.
Series II: Cemetery Records.
Folder: 30-33
Extent: 4 folders.
  • Folder 30
    Alexandria and Fairfax County.
  • Folder 31
    Culpeper County.
  • Folder 32
    Hanover and Stafford Counties.
  • Folder 33
    Pulaski County.
Series III: Wills.
Folder: 34-39
Extent: 6 folders.
  • Folder 34
    Joseph Force.
  • Folder 35
    Jacob Kent.
  • Folder 36
    Peter Miller.
  • Folder 37
    William Waters.
  • Folder 38
    Henry Wax (Waches).
  • Folder 39
    Wilson Woodroof.
Series IV: Miscellaneous Files.
Folder: 40-50
Extent: 11 boxes.
  • Folder 40
    Individuals: Boyd J. Bolling.
  • Folder 41
    Individuals: Thomas Farley, Sr.
  • Folder 42
    William McIntosh.
  • Folder 43
    Judicial Records: Bedford County orders of the court abstracts (Talbot family), 1753-1784.
  • Folder 44
    Judicial Records: King George County court orders abstracts (Monteith et Uxor to Owens, 1737.
  • Folder 45
    Judicial Records: Northampton County minute books abstracts, 1771-1784.
  • Folder 46
    County Records: Fairfax County Resolves, 1769.
  • Folder 47
    County Records: Scott County marriages, 1846-1847.
  • Folder 48
    Pensions: List of pensioners and applicants for pensions in Franklin County, Virginia, and war claims allowed in Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia.
  • Folder 49
    Pensions: Extracts from report of Revolutionary Claims (35th Congress)--John Paulding, Isaac Van Wert, and David Williams.
  • Folder 50
    Records of the Thomas Nelson Chapter (Arlington, Virginia), containing information on the Ball, Benton, Bridges, Carter, Catlin, Gray, Gwinn, Snoddy, Threlkeld, and Tracy families; the Ball and Gray family homes of Eastwood, Sherwood Forest, and Traveler's Rest; Carter family home of Corotoman; and epitaphs from Stafford County.