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Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, 1774

Mary B. Kegley

Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, 1774

by Mary B. Kegley

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Published by Kegley in Dublin, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fincastle Co., Va.
    • Subjects:
    • Lord Dunmore"s War, 1774 -- Registers.,
    • Fincastle Co., Va. -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementcompiled by Mary B. Kegley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.F38 K43
      The Physical Object
      Pagination89 p. ;
      Number of Pages89
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5238182M
      LC Control Number75309132

      Capt. David Looney’s CO Fincastle- 34 men listed and here are a few of these men. 1) Lt. Daniel Boone- Jno. Anderson Ensign 2) Israel Boone 3) Joseph Blackmore- I believe this is Blakemore – has Fort ( Fincastle) listed in Russell CO VA- found on petition for Lee CO VA with from Kegley (), pg. 67 [Soldiers of Fincastle Co., ]: "Jacob Jackson, 1 steer"; from accounts paid; from Washington Co. index to county court order books.

        Published in the Va Gen Soc volume 35 from , pages Fincastle County, Virginia Delinquent Tax Lists, transcribed by Julia M. Case. When Fincastle County was created from Botetourt County in , it included the present state of Kentucky, all of West Virginia south of the Kanawha and New rivers and Virginia west of the crest of the Blue Ridge and essentially south of . History of the Battle of Point Pleasant fought in October Includes details of the battle and the plans leading up to it. Also includes names of soldiers and rank from Fincastle County, Botetourt County and Bedford County. A9 "Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, .

      Fincastle County, Virginia was created in from Botetourt County and abolished in It was divided into Montgomery, Washington and Kentucky Counties. Military Unit place date; Regulators: North Carolina: Lewis' Company: Militia: Fincastle County: Looney's Company: Fincastle County: ; Tithe List: Orange County.   Educated at Augusta Academy (a forerunner of Washington and Lee University) [2] and holder of valuable lands in Southwest Virginia, [3] Campbell often performed both civic and military duties, including service as a justice for the local courts and captain of militia in Lord Dunmore’s War against the Shawnee and Mingo nations in , all in Author: John Beakes.


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Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, 1774 by Mary B. Kegley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, [Mary B Kegley] -- "The Auditor's Accounts for Dunmore's War at the Virginia State Library, Richmond, contain the records for Botetourt, Augusta and Fincastle Counties.

The following pages are Fincastle County records. Kegley, Mary B. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia Dublin, Va.: M.B.

Kegley, FHL Collection A1 no. 1774 book 12; List of Capt Evan Shelby's Co of Volunteers from the Watauga Valley in the Fincastle County Battalion and also a partial list of Capt Wm Campbells Company is on page of Annals of Southwest Virginia, Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Mary B Kegley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or Author: Mary B Kegley. At that time Kentucky was part of Fincastle County, Virginia, and the surveyor was Colonel William Preston.

Preston refused to record the entries. He explained that they were not valid because there had been no deputy surveyors from Fincastle County with the company and because most of the land was west of Donelson's line in an area reserved. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, by Mary B. Kegley; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Lord Dunmore's War,Registers, Genealogy; Places.

1774 book   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, by Mary B. Kegley,Kegley edition, in EnglishPages: Fincastle County Surveys.

The Fincastle County Survey Book is in the Montgomery County, Virginia, Courthouse in Christiansburg. Some of the surveys found here can be found nowhere else because the land claimed and surveyed by Tories was escheated during the Revolutionary War.

Two extremely valuable reference works which should be consulted for any study of Virginia frontiersmen in this period are among the many useful publications by Mary Kegley: New River Tithables, () and Soldiers of Fincastle County, ().

Eckenrode, Hamilton J. List of Colonial Soldiers of Virginia. (Baltimore, ). Kegley, Mary B, comp. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia. (Dublin, VA, ). Smyth, Cecil B. Dunmore's War, A Concise Narrative of the Campaign of the Virginia Frontiersmen Against the Indian Tribes of the Ohio Valley (Midlothian, VA, ).

Kegley, Mary B. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, (Dublin, Virginia: M. Kegley, ) At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL book A1 no. 12) The record is arranged by companies and gives name, number of days served, rate, and amount paid. This record includes an index. Buy Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, by Mary B Kegley (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mary B Kegley. Sources: Bell, Landon C The Battle of Point Pleasant, An Address (Bedfore, VA; peaks of Otter DAR) Billington, Ray Allen Westward Expansion, A History of the American Frontier (NY;MacMillan_ Section I, Chapter VII "Settlement Crosses the Mountains " pp Crozier, William Armstrong Virginia Colonial Militia, Fincastle County (Va.) Capias, Local government records collection, Montgomery County/Fincastle County Court Records.

The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Acquisition Information This item came to the Library of Virginia under the accession number The minutes of Fincastle County for 6 Dec include an order "that John SHELBY be appointed Surveyor of the Road none [known] by the name of the Watago Road in the Room of Isaac Riddle and that he with the Tithable that usually worked on the same be Clear and keep the same in repair according to law." (ibid., Vol.

The lands lie in Virginia and the last county claiming our lands was Fincastle County, Virginia and Kentucky was also known as Kentucky County, Virginia.

In April ofa group of surveyors headed out to begin surveying the area that would many years later end up as the original three counties in Kentucky.

Order Book, 2, - c (Fincastle and Montgomery Counties) [xviii] index, p. (Fincastle County Orders, ); p. (Montgomery County Orders, ) [Note: Title of the Original volume reads - ]. Colonel William Fleming in Dunmore's War, By William D. Hoyt Jr. in Philadelphia from the frontier told of a party of forty Shawnees who were out intending to strike at some part of Virginia.

An express from Fincastle County mentioned some skirmishes in that region. a clear, autumn day, two soldiers left camp and proceeded. B otetourt County Library's recently renovated Fincastle Branch now includes a room dedicated to genealogical research.

The collections include family history books, Virginia County books, cemetery information and books on Virginia history. Files of loose materials are included in addition to the book. Fincastle County, Virginia, was created in from Botetourt County.

At the time the colony believed its boundaries extended west all the way to the Mississippi River. In the Virginia General Assembly abolished Fincastle County, organizing three new counties:Montgomery, Washington, and Kentucky.

(In the latter jurisdiction was admitted as the 15th state, the Commonwealth of Kentucky.). Fincastle County, Virginia Militia In Governor Dunmore declared war against the indignious Americans. The war ended after Virginia's victory in the Battle of Point Pleasant on Octo.

The Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices from County Records. Kegley, Mary B. Revolutionary War Pension Applications of Southwest Virginia Soldiers.

Kegley, Mary B. Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia Kegley, Mary B.Contents to This Book; Preface to This Book; Abbreviations; County Militia Rosters; King George's War, ; French and Indian War, ; Dunmore's War, ; Militia Miscellany - Petitions; Militia Miscellany - Hening's; Militia Miscellany - Virginia Records, Public Record Office, London; Militia Miscellany - Draper Manuscripts.Fincastle County Road Orders Key Words: Virginia Early Roads Fincastle County Southwest Virginia Authors: Betty E.

Spillman, Shirley P. Thomas, and Ann Brush Miller Performing Organization Name and Address: Virginia Transportation Research Council Edgemont Road Charlottesville, VA Sponsoring Agencies’ Name and Address.