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Early Pulaski County, Va. settlers, 1840-1850 census

James L. Douthat

Early Pulaski County, Va. settlers, 1840-1850 census

by James L. Douthat

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Published by Mountain Press in Signal Mountain, TN .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pulaski County (Va.),
  • United States,
  • Virginia,
  • Pulaski County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Virginia -- Pulaski County,
    • Pulaski County (Va.) -- Genealogy,
    • Pulaski County (Va.) -- Census, 1840,
    • Pulaski County (Va.) -- Census, 1850,
    • United States -- Census, 6th, 1840,
    • United States -- Census, 7th, 1850

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesEarly Pulaski County, Virginia settlers, 1840-1850 census.
      Statementby James L. Douthat.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.P9 D67 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination41 p., [1] leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages41
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1975834M
      LC Control Number90217119

      Born in Buffalo, Brooke county, West Virginia, Decem , Margaret Ellen Robinson was a daughter or the late Mr. and Mrs. Israel Robinson, pioneer settlers in the Panhandle section of the state. WhatsNew: New River Notes — Complete Janu After about two years of work we have completed a major upgrade to New River Notes. On Janu we switched in the last of the updated files and final page revisions.

      County; Census Day: June 1, Census duration: 18 months. Census Geography. 26 States - New States in Census: Arkansas and Michigan; Territories - Iowa Territory, Wisconsin Territory and Florida Territory; What has lost from the Census? No substantial losses; Facts. The Pulaski County, Virginia Census by Jeffrey C. Weaver ©, An ascending 'Sequence' sort shows the table as it was actually recorded on the census. Pulaski County, Virginia Census Seq # House # Name Age Sex Color Occupation Real Property Personal Property POB Married Within Year Status Comments; 1: 1: Alexander, John R.

        Early Kentucky Land Records, – Louisville, KY: Filson Club, This book indexes early Kentucky land records, beginning with the Fincastle County entries in to and continuing to the military surveys. The original Fincastle records are at the Montgomery County, Virginia.   This beautiful plaque honoring Revolutionary soldiers from Pulaski County sits in front of the courthouse, attached to a mill stone. In memory of those Revolutionary Soldiers who contributed to the establishment and development of Pulaski County, Kentucky Robert Adams Francis Aldridge Robert Anderson – listed in census, no age given, head of household, in.


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EARLY PULASKI COUNTY, VIRGINIA SETTLERS CENSUS James L. Douthat 49 Pages, "x11", Index, Soft Cover, The Census of Pulaski County in southwestern Virginia is the first census for this particular county and therefore, is important to establish for the first time, the names of the early residents.

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Published by Mountain Press in U.S. Federal Census Ancestry. Early Pulaski County, Va. settlers, census Family History Library Federal Census ofHiawassee, Virginia LDS Genealogy Federal Census ofNewbern, Virginia LDS Genealogy Federal Population Census of the U.S.

United States Federal Census, Family Search. Housing units, July 1,(V) 17, Owner-occupied housing unit rate, %: Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2 Pulaski County Pulaski County • ’s-New settlers and American Indians travel through Pulaski County using “The Great Warpath Trail” (original path follows current I Corridor) New settlers arrive in Pulaski.

• Jacob Harmon Family settles on acres at Neck Creek. Jacob killed by Indians in Other Early Settlers [Source documents noted] ADAMS, Ebenezer (d. ) New Kent county; son of Richard Adams, of Abridge, Essex, citizen and merchant tailor of London.

[William and Mary Quarterly] ADAMS, Thomas (in Virginia shortly before ), Isle of Wight county; brother of William Adams, of Kenton, Devon. [William and Mary Quarterly] JONES, Cadwallader (in Virginia ), Stafford County. Virginia Statewide Online Genealogy Records.

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Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia, Volume II Compiled By: Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Laws of Virginia: Act to open a wagon road from black house in Washington County to Cumberland Mountain passed 18 December Buy Early Pulaski County, Va.

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The county was named after Brigadier-General Richard Montgomery (). Montgomery died during the Revolutionary War in the failed invasion of Canada. Parent County [edit | edit source]. Montgomery County was created 7 October from Fincastle and Botetourt Counties. Fincastle County was formed from Botetourt County inand was abolished in EARLY PULASKI COUNTY, VIRGINIA SETTLERS CENSUS.

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Fincastle County was formed from Botetourt County inand was abolished. Pulaski County Rappahannock County Richmond County Roanoke County Rockbridge County Early Emigrants Early Settlers Military Bounty Land Mountain Empire Census Patrick Henry Revolutionary War VA, $ Rockingham County, Virginia.

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Tazewell County is located in southwestern Virginia. This transcription of the Census gives the usual name of the head of households, age and sex of those freed persons living within the house.

We do not mention the age and sex of slaves. History and Genealogy of Pulaski County, Kentucky - always free through KYGenWeb. The Pulaski County Fact Book II History Marriages Military Records Obituaries & Death Notices Schools Wills & Probate Records.

African American Records. Census Tax Wills: Marriages Emancipations/Transfers Freedmans Saving & Trust. Pulaski County. Douthat, James L.

Mountain Empire of Virginia Mountain, Tenn.: Mountain Press, FHL Collection X2d Free online surname index and purchase details at Mountain Press website. [Includes Wythe County.] Union Veterans.Pulaski County (KY) Historical Society.

PULASKI COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS, VOLUME II, n.d. PULASKI COUNTY, VIRGINIA Douthat, James L. EARLY PULASKI COUNTY VA. SETTLERS CENSUS. (2 copies) Douthat, James L. PULASKI COUNTY, VIRGINIA CENSUS. N.d. (2 copies) TAZEWELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA Schreiner-Yantis, Netti.

CENSUS OF. Abstract of will book one of Pulaski County, Kentucky prepared by Margaret Dunn Frye is available at the Martin F Schmidt Research Library in Frankfort. ( Pf) This work created a devisee index to Will Book 1 in addition to the abstracts, thus making it one of the most powerful resources to be found for early Pulaski county research.