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100 Acre land patent to Henry Combs in Clay County, Kentucky
100 Acre land patent to Henry Combs in Clay County, Kentucky
 
 
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1852 Death Records of John Rainey, John Alden Winkle (9 months old), Levi Winkle (6 weeks old)
1852 Death Records of John Rainey, John Alden Winkle (9 months old), Levi Winkle (6 weeks old)
There is also a William Lewis, aged 77 years and born in Virginia who may be related to the other Lewis family members who were in nearby Madison County. 
 
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1912 Death Certificate of an unnamed child of James Smith and Ida Hughes.
1912 Death Certificate of an unnamed child of James Smith and Ida Hughes.
 
 
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1937 Newspaper Article with information about Benjamin Clement
1937 Newspaper Article with information about Benjamin Clement
Sunday, July 25, 1937 Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, VA)Page 60, Newspaper Article with information about Benjamin Clement. 
 
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1954 Newspaper Article with information about Benjamin Clement
1954 Newspaper Article with information about Benjamin Clement
Sunday, January 24, 1954 Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, VA) Page 81, 1954 Newspaper Article with information about Benjamin Clement 
 
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1970 death record index showing Robert Acheson.
1970 death record index showing Robert Acheson.
 
 
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1st Divorce of Howard Boyle and Della Smith
1st Divorce of Howard Boyle and Della Smith
Howard and Della were married to and divorced from each other twice; this is the first divorce on April 21st, 1949 in Boone County, Kentucky. 
 
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200 acre land patent to Bertram Obert for transporting four people to the colony.
200 acre land patent to Bertram Obert for transporting four people to the colony.
 
 
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2000 Acre Land Patent to John Robinson
2000 Acre Land Patent to John Robinson
2000 acres on the south side of the Middle River adjoining his own land. Although this land was in King William County in 1720, it probably ended up in Spotsylvania County, Virginia or perhaps, Caroline County. 
 
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2200 Acre Land Patent to John Robinson
2200 Acre Land Patent to John Robinson
A patent for 2200 acres of land granted to John Robinson. In 1718, this land was in King William County but later, some or all of this land was to be within Spotsylvania when that county was formed. 
 
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550 acre land patent to Bertram Obert for transporting 11 people to the colony.
550 acre land patent to Bertram Obert for transporting 11 people to the colony.
 
 
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A Deposition interview of James Boyle on behalf of his nephew, John Francis Boyle.
A Deposition interview of James Boyle on behalf of his nephew, John Francis Boyle.
On the 6th of April 1901, James Boyle gave a deposition in the case of his nephew's, John Francis Boyle, application for a pension for services rendered during the Spanish-American War. In this deposition, James explained the health and parentage of his nephew. He also provided the names of his parents, four brothers and how they all died as well as mentioning a sixth brother who James simply said, "died in the war." Presumbably that unnamed brother died in the Civil War. 
 
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A Guide to the Tazewell family papers 1623-1930 No 24194
A Guide to the Tazewell family papers 1623-1930 No 24194
This collection, housed in the Library of Virginia, references several documents related to court cases involving John Combs and John Scott Harding and Charles Harding. The John Combs referenced is likely to be John Combs (I3280) but further research needs to be conducted. 
 
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A land patent for 40 acres of land to Aaron Combs.
A land patent for 40 acres of land to Aaron Combs.
 
 
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A land patent for eighty-one and thirty-one hundredths of an acre of land to Aaron Combs in Gentry County, Missouri.
A land patent for eighty-one and thirty-one hundredths of an acre of land to Aaron Combs in Gentry County, Missouri.
 
 
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A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina.
A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina.
This map drawn by Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson in 1751 was amended prior to or after printing to include more recent places such as, "Fort Necessity taken 1754." A distance chart was added by "J. Dalrymple, London Jany. ye. 1st. 1755." Peter Jefferson was the father of Thomas Jefferson, future President of the United States of America.

Inscription:

To the Right Honourable, George Dunk Earl of Halifax First Lord Commissioner
and to the Rest of the Right Honourable and Hounourable Commissioners for Trade and Plantations.
This Map is most humbly Inscribed to their Lordships,
By their Lordship's,
Most Obedient & most devoted humble Servt. Thos. Jefferys.

Engrav'd and Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by Thos. Jefferys Geographer to His Royal Highness
the Prince of Wales at the Corner of St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, London. 
 
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A page from the Royal Charter of the College of William and Mary.
A page from the Royal Charter of the College of William and Mary.
Andros Copy
The contemporary manuscript copy in the Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library is thought to have been given to Sir Edmund Andros, the governor general of the colony of Virginia from 1692 to 1698. It is known that the Rev. James Blair brought both English and Latin versions of the twelve page charter with him from the Court of William and Mary at Kensington Palace. In a 1978 study of the charter, Prof. Frank B. Evans speculated that perhaps Ralph Wormeley, Secretary of the colony of Virginia, made this translation from Latin into English for Governor Andros.
This copy was purchased in 1977 and the image of its first page has been used on Charter Day programs, publication, websites, etc. 
 
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A record of the baptism of William Beverley
A record of the baptism of William Beverley
 
 
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A record of the birth and baptism of Agnes Robinson in The Douglas Register which are transcripts of the register kept but the Rev. Douglas at St James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.
A record of the birth and baptism of Agnes Robinson in The Douglas Register which are transcripts of the register kept but the Rev. Douglas at St James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.
 
 
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A record of the birth and of the baptism of Judith Wormeley.
A record of the birth and of the baptism of Judith Wormeley.
 
 
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A record of the christening of Christopher Beverley.
A record of the christening of Christopher Beverley.
 
 
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A record of the death and burial of Thomas Beverley; Agatha Robinson wife of Christopher Robinson.
A record of the death and burial of Thomas Beverley; Agatha Robinson wife of Christopher Robinson.
 
 
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A record of the death of Major Robert Beverley.
A record of the death of Major Robert Beverley.
 
 
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A record of the marriage of Benjamin Robinson and Catherine Parker.
A record of the marriage of Benjamin Robinson and Catherine Parker.
 
 
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A record of the marriage of Christopher Robinson (I2822) and Judith Wormeley, the widow of Corbin Griffin and then of William Beverley.
A record of the marriage of Christopher Robinson (I2822) and Judith Wormeley, the widow of Corbin Griffin and then of William Beverley.
 
 
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A record of the marriage of Major Robert Beverley and Catherine Hone.
A record of the marriage of Major Robert Beverley and Catherine Hone.
 
 
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A transcription of William Robinson's Will
A transcription of William Robinson's Will
 
 
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Aaron Back, 1810 Census, Rockingham County, Virginia
Aaron Back, 1810 Census, Rockingham County, Virginia
 
 
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Aaron Combs 1850 Census Gentry County Missouri
Aaron Combs 1850 Census Gentry County Missouri
 
 
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Aaron Combs 1860 Census Gentry County Missouri
Aaron Combs 1860 Census Gentry County Missouri
 
 
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Aaron Combs 1870 Census Gentry County Missouri
Aaron Combs 1870 Census Gentry County Missouri
 
 
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Aaron Combs 1880 Census Gentry County Missouri
Aaron Combs 1880 Census Gentry County Missouri
 
 
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Aaron Combs family 1870 Census, Menifee County, Kentucky.
Aaron Combs family 1870 Census, Menifee County, Kentucky.
 
 
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Aaron Combs family 1880 Census, Menifee County, Kentucky in the Frenchburg Precinct.
Aaron Combs family 1880 Census, Menifee County, Kentucky in the Frenchburg Precinct.
 
 
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Aaron Ezra Smith 1944 Death Certificate
Aaron Ezra Smith 1944 Death Certificate
 
 
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Aaron Ezra Smith and Martha Hayes 1927 Marriage
Aaron Ezra Smith and Martha Hayes 1927 Marriage
 
 
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Aaron Ezra Smith family, 1920 Census, Morgan County, Kentucky
Aaron Ezra Smith family, 1920 Census, Morgan County, Kentucky
 
 
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Aaron Ezra Smith family, 1930 Census, Butler County, Ohio
Aaron Ezra Smith family, 1930 Census, Butler County, Ohio
 
 
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Aaron Ezra Smith family, 1940 Census, Butler County, Ohio
Aaron Ezra Smith family, 1940 Census, Butler County, Ohio
 
 
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Aaron Ezra Smith WWI Draft Registration Card
Aaron Ezra Smith WWI Draft Registration Card
 
 
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Aaron Horn's Revolutionary War Pension File
Aaron Horn's Revolutionary War Pension File
The Revolutionary War Pension File of Aaron Horn 
 
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Abraham Dunn 1850 Census Enumeration
Abraham Dunn 1850 Census Enumeration
Abraham Dunn and family as enumerated on the 1850 census in Harrison County, Kentucky. 
 
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Abraham Dunn and Agnes Robinson Marriage Bond
Abraham Dunn and Agnes Robinson Marriage Bond
 
 
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Abraham Dunn and Agnes Robinson Marriage Return
Abraham Dunn and Agnes Robinson Marriage Return
 
 
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Abraham Fields and Johanna Peck 1778 Marriage in Index Book
Abraham Fields and Johanna Peck 1778 Marriage in Index Book
 
 
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Abraham Fields, 1810 Census, Scott County, Kentucky.
Abraham Fields, 1810 Census, Scott County, Kentucky.
 
 
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Abraham Fields, 1820 Census, Scott County, Kentucky.
Abraham Fields, 1820 Census, Scott County, Kentucky.
 
 
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Abstract of Henry Harding's Will from page 6 of 'Will Records of Shenandoah County, Virginia, 1771-1791.'
Abstract of Henry Harding's Will from page 6 of "Will Records of Shenandoah County, Virginia, 1771-1791."
 
 
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Acceptance Card from The National Society, Sons of the American Revolution
Acceptance Card from The National Society, Sons of the American Revolution
David James Schimka's acceptance to The National Society, Sons of the American Revolution under the patriot ancestor, John Barnes, a soldier in the Continental Line during the American Revolution. 
 
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Agnes Robinson on the 1793 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List.
Agnes Robinson on the 1793 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List.
 
 

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