Virginia's Eastern Shore: A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties, Volume 1
"The result of the research is a story of the land and its owners, rather than the usual chronological history of its economic and social development, but the latter is inevitably brought out in any account of the people whose lives influenced this development." -- Pref.
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Accomack Accomack County acreage acres to John acres to Thomas acres to William acres.1 Andrews Argoll balance Bayly became merged bought Bowdoin brick end brother called Captain Charles Church Colonel County Creek daughter death died intestate Dunton east Edmund Scarburgh Edward Esther Eyre Francis gave George Hack hall Harmanson heirs Henry home plantation Hungars husband Ibid inherited intestate Isaac Jacob James John Custis John Savage John Stratton John Wilkins Johnson Kellam land Littleton married Mears Nathaniel neck Northampton Northampton County Nottingham Nugent owner Parker Patent Book Peter Peter Hack plantation Pungoteague received a patent record resold Richard Robert Robins Severn Shore Smith sold 50 acres sold to John sold to William Southy Stratton Stringer survey Susanna Teackle Thomas Savage three years later tract Upshur Virginia widow wife Ann wife Elizabeth wife Mary wife Sarah Wilkins William Kendall William Melling Yardley