2 edition of Berkeleys of Barn Elms found in the catalog.
Berkeleys of Barn Elms
Frances Campbell Berkeley Young
by Archon Books in [Hamden, Conn.]
|Statement||by Frances Berkeley Young.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B515 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||64008496|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Young, Frances Campbell Berkeley. Berkeleys of Barn Elms. [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, (OCoLC) The Berkeleys had a plantation not quite on the James River -- the Pianytank River, I believe, called Barn Elms.
It burned down. However, there is a book called The Berkeleys of Barn Elms that was probably privately published that could help you. BERKELEY of Barn Elms (26 Dec - 4 Aug ).
Berkeleys of Barn Elms, Planters of Colonial Virginia and a Calendar of the Berkley PapersThe: Court Book of the Barony of Uria in KincordineshireThe: History of the Barclay Family with Full Pedigree From to - Part I.
The Berkeleys of Barn Elms. [Hamden, CT] Archon Books, Return to index. BERNARD, William () VA Meyer, Virginia M. and John Frederick Dorman, (eds).
Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia (/5). Third Edition. Alexandria: Order of First Families of Virginia, P. The Berkeleys were in Virginia very early, and settled first in Gloucester County. The family was in Middlesex County by the first decade of the eighteenth century where they built " Barn Elms" on the Piankatank River (on the north bank from present Berkeley Island).
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PLEASE NOTE: WE PRINT ON. "Barn Elms." The fact that the arms of Beneston wero used by the "Barn Elms" famlly, joined with other tra ditions. seems satisfactory evldence of the identlty. From Edmund (1) down is plain saillng. Ho marrled Mary ("!). who subsequently marrled John Mann, of "Timber Neck," and they had a son.
Edmund .2), who marrled Luscy, daughter of. 1 Frances Berkeley Young, The Berkeleys of Barn Elms (; rptd., Hamden, Conn., ), Frederick County Deed Book, XXIX, (Frederick County Courthouse, Winchester, Va.).
Berkeley completed his dissertation at the University of Pennsylvania in and published it. Benton Township Plat Book Berkeleys of Barn Elms Berkshire Genealogist Berrien County: a nineteenth century story Berrien County Death Records Berrien County Deed Index,Book A-V Berrien County Deed Index,Book W-Z & Berrien County Deed Index,Libers 5, 6, 7.
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National Park Service. National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Bob, and White Bishop. The source for Nelson’s escape is Edmund Berkeley’s Evergreen Farm Day Book, and for White Bishop’s escape, it is the Prince William Court Minute and Order Book. Frances Berkeley.
The Berkeleys of Barn Elms. Privately printed, Benton Township Plat Book. GS Ben: Berkeleys of Barn Elms: Young, Frances Berkeley: GS You: Berkshire Genealogist: Berkshire Family History Association, Inc.
GS Ber: Berrien County: a nineteenth cenutry story: Chauncey, A. GS Cha: Berrien County Deed Index,Book A-V: Berrien County Register of Deeds: MF GS. Fifth & Sixth Supplements to My Book on the Andrews, Harrison, Lea (& Graves), Maloney, Slade, & Vincent Families.
Typescript. FHL US/CAN Film Item 6. [Graves] Doliante, Sharon J. Maryland and Virginia Colonials: Genealogies of Some Colonial Families. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Company, FHL Book D2do. C ONTENTS January,Vol. 4, No. PAGE The Northern Neck Maps,by Fairfax Harrison.- 1 Acts of the General Assembly, Berkeleys now living In Virginia, and no other brunch of the family.
Is known ln tho United States. Brock, In his notes to Spots wood's Letters, "Virginia Historical Society," volume 2, at p says: "Edmund Berkeley, of 'Barn Elms,' Middlesex county, a descendant probably of Henry Berkeley, who patented 2, acres of land on the. M Berkeley, Francis L., Jr. "The Berkeleys of Barn Elms, planters of colonial Virginia and a calendar of the Berkeley papers, " M.A., University of Virginia, M Berlin, Robert Harry.
"The Administration of military justice in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, " Ph.D. As further proof of the identity of the Virginia family -with the Berkeleys of Beverston, Gloucestershire, Edmund Berkeley, of Barn Elms, seals his will with a wax seal bearing the arms of Berkeley (a chev- ron between ten crosses pattee), and a crest (a unicorn's head) which is be- lieved to have been used by the Beverston branch, and which.
Edmund Berkeley was born on month dayat birth place, Virginia, to Dr. Edmund Berkeley and Mary Randolph Spotswood Berkeley (born Brooke). was born on March 1in Hanover Co, VA. Mary was born on January 5in Spotsylvania Co, VA.
the end of that period the property was in the name of Edmund's estate. He lived at "Barn Elms" in Middlesex County, where he died in The estate papers that would show the transfer to Lewis would be filed in that county. Edmund Berkely (IV) (), who served in the House of Burgesses [See Dictionary of Virginia.South Hill: By the Author, Signed by Nanney on the title page.
Book is otherwise clean, tight and unmarked in DJ. Signed by Author. 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good Book/Very Good Dust Jacket. Illus. by Photographs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.This banner text can have markup.
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