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ancestors and descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia

Richard Edward Lee

ancestors and descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia

by Richard Edward Lee

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Published by Gateway Press, Book orders to R.E. Lee in Baltimore, Madison Heights, VA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Mary Agnes Lee,
    • Lee, Gresham, b. ca. 1745 -- Family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRichard Edward Lee.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.L48 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination294 p. :
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1575380M
      LC Control Number91073913

      Descendants of Rafe/Ralfe/Rolfe/Ralph Flowers Biography of James M. Ford (Source: USGenWeb Arkansas Archives) Biography of Aaron Fuqua (Source: USGenWeb Kentucky Archives) Gannaway Family of Buckingham County, Virginia - . PREFACE. The Original Tombstone of Col. John Page, the first of his fatfiilyin Virginia, was a marble slab imported from England about the year Insome unknown way itwas broken, and for many years the fragments were scattered about the Episcopal churchyard at Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia. For the purpose of restoring it,one of the descendants of Co£.

      The following information is taken from the Malcom-Green Memorial booklet, copyright , N. Jayne Malcom, John Clarke Chapter - DAR and James M. Gresham Chapter - UDC: Pvt. James Malcom (circa - ) On Ma James Malcom's obituary appeared in The Southern Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia as follows: "Died, in Morgan County. Descendants of William Lee Generation 1. 1. WILLIAM LEE was born about in Charles City, Co, Virginia, Colony. He died about in. / estate suit, King and Queen, Va.

      BUCKINGHAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA U.S. CENSUS by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III, pages, surname index. Records of this county were burned in Records of this county were burned in The census lists all free persons, black and white, living in each household, giving name and age, occupation of males o value of real estate. Library of Virginia, Buckingham County, Personal Property Tax List for , Reel No. Library of Virginia, Revolutionary War Public Service Claims "Buckingham County Ledger of Wills and Deeds," Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume XXXIV, number 4 (NOV).


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Ancestors and descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia by Richard Edward Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gresham Lee (b. ) was born in what is now know as Buckingham, Virginia. He was probably married twice and had approximately six children. Most descendants stayed in Virginia, while others settled in Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri.

Gresham's earliest American ancestor was probably Richard Lee who emigrated from England around Get this from a library. The ancestors and descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia.

[Richard Edward Lee] -- Gresham Lee (b. ) was born in what is now know as Buckingham, Virginia. He was probably married twice and had approximately six children. Most descendants stayed in Virginia, while others. The ancestors and descendants of Ancestors and descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia by Richard Edward Lee.

3 Want to read; Published by Gateway Press, Book orders to R.E. Lee in Baltimore, Madison Heights, : 5. gresham22 lee sr. (richard henry21, richard20, william19, richard18, john17 lee or lyes clothier, richard16 lee, john15, humphrey14, thomas or de lea13, john or de lea12, john or de lea11, roger10, john9, john or de lea8, thomas7, thomas de la lea de lea6, john de la lea de lea5, reginald reynor de la lea de lea4, hugo3 de lega, fulk i2 fitzwarin, warin1 de metz) was born Children: Mary Lee, David R.

Lee, Agnes R. Lee, William Lee, Henry Washington Lee. Page 17 - Richard Edward Lee - Author of Ancestors and Descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia Paragraph 2 - As mentioned earlier, Richard Lee II was a man of stature in his community.

During his transaction records, he was referred to as a Planter and as Esquire. The term Planter related to Land holdings and Plantation Operation.

Ballowe Genealogy the Descendants of Eli P. Ballowe and Sarah Howard Winfrey of Buckingham County, Virginia; Their Fourteen Children were Born Between and in Virginia and Tennessee: Also the Descendants of William Ballowe, BornVA to Paducah, KY and Col. Thomas Ballowe, Born BeforeVA.

Richland, Wash.: P.J. Ballowe, Page 17 - Richard Edward Lee - Author of Ancestors & Descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham Co, Virginia Paragraph 2 - As mentioned earlier, Richard Lee II was a man of stature in his community. During his transaction records, he was referred to as a PLANTER and as ESQUIRE.

The term Planter related to LAND HOLDINGS and PLANTATION en: William Charles Lee, Richard E. Lee, Elizabeth Lee, Mary Agnes Lee, John Lee. There is a book detailing this line (which deals mainly with the Lees of Buckingham Co.) that stayed in Virginia. The book is ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF GRESHAM LEE OF BUCKINGHAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA, BY RICHARD EDWARD LEE, WORLEY DRIVE, MADISON HEIGHTS, VA - published for the author by Gateway Press, Inc.

The ancestors and descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia by Richard Edward Lee 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Buckingham County. It is probable that they found an en­ tire county of forestt since the ~and seems very well a­ dapted to the growth of both coniferous and hardwood trees.

It is known that there were Indian tribes in this area and that the Monacans of the Siouan linguistic group, were present in Buckingham County. A History of James Somerville of Culpeper County, Virginia: His Ancestors and Descendants from to Ballwin, Missouri: R.S.

Yates, Available at FHL. [Spilman] Spilman, John Jasper. History of the Spilman Family. Mount Vernon, Mo.: The Fountain & Journal, FHL Film Item 2; digital version at FamilySearch Digital Library.

Owing to the total destruction of the county courthouse infew records of Buckingham County, Virginia survive. From documents in the Virginia State Library and the University of Virginia's Alderman Library, and from materials still in private hands, the compiler of this book has amassed a genealogical record of the county--not continuous and complete, since that would 5/5(1).

Lee County, Virginia: History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors [Secrist, M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Lee County, Virginia: History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors/5(8). Ancestry and Descendants of Lieut.

John Henderson of. Annals of Bath County, Virginia by Oren F. Morton – () – pages. History and Genealogy Collection. Boyle Genealogy.

John Boyle of Virginia and Kentucky by John Boyle –() – pages/5(14). This would include my gggrandmother Mary Agnes Lee (Aggy)married to Clairborne Davenport. Any information shared on these lines would be appreciated. I have purchased the book on this line by the late author Richard Edward Lee - "The Gresham Lee Family of Buckingham Co., Virginia which he compiled a great deal of info.

on these lines. Richard Lee II, died Aft. in Jackson Co., was the son of Richard Lee I and Mary married. Gresham?. Gresham. Notes for Richard Lee II: He received a patent on acres on both sides of Fish Pond Creek, a branch of the Appomattox River in what is now Buckingham County (then Albemarle) on Aug Layne * Descendants of John Layne of Goochland County, Virginia - [black notebook] Lee * Ancestors and Descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia MacLeod * The MacLeod Family of Lynchburg, Virginia - Ancestors and Descendants Massie * The Massie Genealogy * Planting Deep Roots in Amherst County.

Mary Agnes Lee is listed in the Ancestors and Descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia - published by Richard Edward Lee of Madison Heights, VA. She was named after her mother and comes from one of the most famous LEE lines of American - known throughout the Civil War, due to Robert E.

Lee, and his brothers - signers of the. Buckingham County Information. Buckingham County, lying south of the James River at the geographic center of the state, was established on May 1st, from the southeastern portion of Albemarle County.

The origin of the county name probably comes from the Duke of Buckingham (Buckinghamshire, England). Was born in Buckingham county, Virginia, on the 28th of August, The Lucado family has been settled inVirginia for three generations, and the father of Leonard F., Edwin Lncudo, was a soldier of the war ofa member of a Virginia regiment.

The mother of Capt. Lucado was Lucy Fredwell. His parents are now deceased. Buckingham County is a rural United States county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and containing the geographic center of the gham County is part of the Piedmont region of Virginia, and the county seat is the town of Buckingham.

Buckingham County was created in from the southeastern portion of Albemarle County and was predominantly for: Duke of Buckingham. Mary Agnes Lee is listed in the Ancestors and Descendants of Gresham Lee of Buckingham County, Virginia - published by Richard Edward Lee of Madison Heights, VA.

She was named after her mother and comes from one of the most famous LEE lines of American - known throughout the Civil War, due to Robert E.Joined: Novem AM hello i found these names on the descendant list and i'm trying to find where we fit in further up the lee line.

i have these other names for cluesneedham lee from n.c. a son william,his son eli leonard sr. there is a needham wesley (married to jane mcnair?) and another name.