Fauquier During the Proprietorship: A Chronicle of the Colonization and Organization of a Northern Neck County [Virginia] (Google eBook)

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Heritage Books, Jan 15, 2008 - History - 270 pages
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The first half of the book is an important collection of early records of Fauquier County consisting of abstracts and land grants and patents for land from 1600-1800. Mr. Groome also provides extensive footnotes identifying many of the early settlers and their families. The second half of the book chronicles the religious and political organization of the county and the eventual dissolution of the proprietorship. G2085HB - $24.00
  

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Please look at the next family who lived at Brentown Plantation in the early 1700s: James French, who had several slaves. Any further information on this family or the slaves is appreciated.
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://www.frenchfamilyassoc.com/FFA/CHARTS/Chart014/index.htm
Mara French
marafrench@mindspring.com
April 2014
 

Contents

CHAPTER
1
chapter ii
18
chapter iii
30
chapter iv
54
chapter v
82
chapter vi
113
chapter vii
131
chapter viii
160
chapter IX
191
chapter x
218
Index
245
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