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Simms family of Stafford County, Virginia.

Wilma Chappell

Simms family of Stafford County, Virginia.

A record of the descendants of three brothers ... Richard Simms (1752-1850) of Clay County, Missouri; Presley Simms (ca. 1754-1852) of Montgomery County, Indiana; Rhodam Sims (1756-1853) of Ralls County, Missouri.

by Wilma Chappell

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Published in [St. Louis? Mo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Simms family.

  • Edition Notes

    Authors" names in reverse order on cover.

    Statement[By] Wilma Chappell (Mrs. Charles D. Chappell) [and] William K. Hall.
    ContributionsHall, Wm. Kearney 1918- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.S614 1969
    The Physical Object
    Pagination248 p.
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5751538M
    LC Control Number71011244

    The Sullivan family of Stafford County, Virginia Unknown Binding – January 1, by William L Deyo (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now Author: William L Deyo. A Guide to the Counties of Virginia: Henrico County The Chilton Famlies of Virginia and Maryland (continued) Maryland Coverts become Virginia Colverts, Colberts and Calverts (continued) The Simms Family of Stafford County, Virginia (book review) Caroline County, Virginia, Tax List: Object Name: Magazine Author: John Frederick Dorman: Title.

    A. Burrus Arnett 4 Sep Goochland, Virginia, United States - 20 Feb ; James Andrew Arnett Sr abt Fredricksville Parish, King William, Colony of Virginia - before 8 Oct ; B. Harwood Howard Bacon abt Henrico County, Colony of Virginia - before 11 Dec ; John Bacon New Kent, Virginia - 4 Oct ; Lyddall Bacon 19 Dec Virginia, United States - 23 Jun Missing: Simms family. Genealogy of the Smith Family of Essex County, Virginia; Genealogy of the Smith Family of Essex County, Virginia, Webb; Genealogy of the Smith Family of Essex County, Virginia, Families of Smith; Smiths of Middlesex County, Virginia; The Smiths of Smith's Neck, Isle of Wight County, Virginia; Descendants of Elizabeth Smith, Copied From an Old Bible.

    Witnessed by Moses Dunkley, Theophilus Feild and Josias Randle. Brunswick County, Va Deeds and Wills Book 1, page March 26 – Cornelius Keife/Keith (see John Going Sr) had appeared in the legal records of Brunswick County Ma when he was a witness to the will of John Nipper, Sr. of St. Andrews Parish of Brunswick County. Va. Stafford County Deed Book P () (begins on p. 74): p. pp. in original: On pages through of this book, pages through have been reproduced as found in the Stafford County records of a Poll for Electing Burgesses for the said County Given 24th day July p. (Among others) John Mason.


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Charlottesville, Va., FHL Book Cm. [Field] Roberts, Gary Boyd. The Hansbrough Family of King George, Stafford and Culpeper Counties, Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Sims of Culpeper County, Virginia, Edmund Butler of Virginia and Kentucky.

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Directory of Virginia landowners (and gazetteer) Family History Library Cavaliers and Pioneers. Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants,Vol.Nancy Ann Sims.

Fredericksburg, Virginia. Jun 6, – PM St. Mary Catholic Church Stafford Ave. Fredericksburg, VA May God bless you and your family.Vol. 1- Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library and Archives, Vol.edited by Dennis Ray Hudgins.

Richmond, Va.: Virginia Genealogical Society, Northern Neck. Additional materials related to the Northern Neck Proprietary are described in Entries and – in Virginia .