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Brewer families of colonial Virginia, 1626-1776

Marvin Talmadge Broyhill

Brewer families of colonial Virginia, 1626-1776

with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states

by Marvin Talmadge Broyhill

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Published by Published and distributed by Brewer Researcher in Estill Springs, TN .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Brewer family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Marvin T. Broyhill III.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.B847 1993c
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 122 p. :
      Number of Pages122
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL404191M
      LC Control Number98104034

      Reference: "IN the House of Brewer" by Edward Denton Brewer, "In the Ambrose Brewer Family" by James F. Bowman & Dr. Clinton Congleton, "Lanier by Louise Ingersoll, "Prince George County, Virginia Willis and Deeds by Benjamin B. Weisiger III, "Magazine of Virginia Genealogy" Vol May , Number 2 Prince George Co, Virginia.   Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, , is in itself not acceptable for compiling a pedigree for inclusion in the Brewer DNA Project. What can be, and should be taken from Marvin T. Broyhill's initial work is an appreciation for the fact that there were numerous, and certainly unrelated, Brewer immigrants who came to colonial Virginia during the 17th : Chris Chester.

      This is the third volume in a series by Mrs. Foley designed to identify the earliest settlers of Virginia. The purpose of this book is to assist the researcher in finding colonial and immigrant ancestors in James City County and in that part of James City County south of the James River which was cut off to form Surry County in and in placing these early settlers in the milieu . Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Gregory Family Origins: Stories of the Gregory Families of Colonial Virginia and their moves to ky Missouri and Points west” as Want to Read:Book Edition: First Edition.

      Brewers of N.C., Tennessee, Ark.: The Jonas Brewer Family: Brewer: The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia Brewer: The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia Part 1: Brewer: The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia Part 2: Brewer: Brewer Researcher: Brewster: The Brewsters of Moro: Brewster: Brewster Family. The Colonial families of Maryland were the leading families in the Province of Maryland. Several also had interests in the Colony of Virginia, and the two are sometimes referred to as the Chesapeake Colonies. 2 Founders and scions. 5 Further reading. 6 External links. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although.


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Brewer families of colonial Virginia, 1626-1776 by Marvin Talmadge Broyhill Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Brewer families of colonial Virginia, With notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other statesAuthor: Marvin Talmadge Broyhill.

The Brewer families of colonial Virginia, with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states. The Brewer families of colonial Virginia, with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states by Marvin Talmadge Broyhill.

Published by Published and distributed by Brewer Researcher in Estill Springs, : The Brewer families of colonial Virginia, with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states /​ by Marvin T.

Broyhill III. Citations [] Marvin T. Broyhill, The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states (Tullahoma, TN: Brewer Researcher, ), page 89Calls her Alice Burwell, but provides no source or reason for the surname.

States that George and Alice were married by (which may well be correct). As the book explains, it is possible that most of the tested members of this family group are descendants of John II's reputed son Thomas Brewer, who lived in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. The book focuses on the migratory path of this family group and their allied families from Virginia to North Carolina, Tennessee, Author: Chris Chester.

There is an entry, datedin an old record book of the Virginia General Court, the only one now remaining later thanthat John Harloe informed the Court that Mr. Anthony Holiday (of Nansemond, in Isle of Wight), who married the widow of John Brewer, held more land in Warwick County than the probate called for.

Citations [] Marvin T. Broyhill, The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states (Tullahoma, TN: Brewer Researcher, ), page No.

Broyhill claims that John 2 Brewer (George 1) is the John Brewer of Hertford Co., North Carolina whose will was presented for probate in Southampton Co., Virginia.

As a follow-on, in the near future, I will discuss Howell Brewer, Jr. in this forum. (1) The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia,compiled by Marvin T. Broyhill, III (A three volume set) (2) The Brewers of Southeast America, Foy E.

Varner, Jr., ebook. Broyhill could not connect our George Brewer to the John Brewer mentioned at the beginning of this chapter. BIOGRAPHY: George, Brewer was born caand died in Brunswick County, VA. He married #1 Sarah Lanier, born caand died ca Brewer Families of Moore and Southwest Chatham Counties, North Carolina: In Quest of the Descendants of George and Sarah Lanier Brewer of Brunswick County, Virginia [Brewer, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Brewer Families of Moore and Southwest Chatham Counties, North Carolina: In Quest of the Descendants of George and Sarah Lanier Brewer 5/5(2). On 6 Dec we find the first record of John Brewer, when he was ordered to assist in the clearing of the road from William Wall's to Beaver Pond Creek.

With him are his father, George, and his brothers: Howell, William, and Lanier. On 21 Jul a John Brewer received a patent on acres in Johnson County, NC.

This paragraph from: "The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, ", by Marvin T. Broyhill III): Sackfield Brewer, the Immigrant, probably lived most of his life in James City County and the all but total loss of its records explain the loss of his will and virtually all other references to him.

The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, Estill Springs, Tenn.: Brewer Researcher, edition and supplements have been digitized: FamilySearch Digital Library - free. [Brinkley] Brinkley, Freddie L.

The Brinkley and Allied Families: of Nansemond County. Colonial Families of the Southern States of America. New York: Tobias A. Wright, Digital version at Google Books - free.

[Brewer] Broyhill, Marvin T. The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, Estill Springs, Tenn.: Brewer Researcher, edition and supplements have been digitized: FamilySearch Digital Library - free. Name index for The Brewer families of colonial Virginia, complete name index for Marvin T.

Broyhill's three volumes by Gloria Brewer Jones. Published by Brewer Researcher in Estill Springs, TN ( Eastbrook Rd., Estill Springs ).Pages: Get this from a library.

The Brewer families of colonial Virginia, supporting documentation. [Marvin Talmadge Broyhill]. This paragraph from: "The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, ", by Marvin T. Broyhill III): Sackfield Brewer, the Immigrant, probably lived most of his life in James City County and the all but total loss of its records explain the loss of his will and virtually all other references to him.

[S] Marvin T. Broyhill, The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, with notes on the migrations of their descendants into North Carolina and other states (Tullahoma, TN: Brewer Researcher, ).

[S] Foy E. Varner, Brewer Families of the Southeast (Kaneohe, HI: Foy E. Varner, e-book, ). Hereinafter cited as Brewer Families of the Southeast.

[S] Marvin T. Broyhill, The Brewer Families of Colonial Virginia, Supporting Documentation Part I (Estill Springs, TN: Brewer Researcher. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor .Much of the content of Brewer’s book is well documented.

Sadly, the pedigree she constructs for Martha “Patsy” Taylor, linking her to the illustrious James Taylor family of colonial Virginia, does not stand up to examination with respect to the identity of 1/5(4).Original data: Mackenzie, George Norbury, and Nelson Osgood Rhoades, editors.

Colonial Families of the United States of America: in Which is Given the History, Genealogy and Armorial Bearings of Colonial Families Who Settled in the American Colonies From the Time of the Settlement of Jamestown, 13th May,to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 7 .