Thomas Hord, Gentleman: Born in England, 1701, Died in Virginia, 1766; a Supplement to the Genealogy of the Hord Family

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Page 8 - July in the year of our LORD CHRIST, One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Sixty one and in the First year of our Reign.
Page 8 - Hargraves his heirs and assigns forever according to the true intent and meaning of the...
Page 26 - Legion, a member of the Society of Sons of the American Revolution, and of the Society of Colonial Wars.
Page 6 - COBB for and in consideration of the sum of Forty pounds current money of Virginia to...
Page 26 - He was invited to act as one of the Vice- Presidents of the Section of Military and Naval Medicine and Surgery at the International Medical Congress held at Washington, DC, in 1887, composed of the most distinguished physicians from all parts of the world.
Page 21 - Great Britain, and took the oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Page 27 - January 24, 1814. He commanded the artillery at the battle of New Orleans (January 8, 1815) , and was a brigadier-general of volunteers in the second Seminóle War (1835-37). ARMSTRONG. SAMUEL CHAPMAN (183993 ) . An American soldier and educator. He was bora in Hawaii, where his father was a missionary of the American Board, and minister of public instruction.
Page 11 - He gives his land and plantation to his wife, and after her death it is to be sold and the money divided between sons Rhodin and Jesse.
Page 25 - Nelson from the battle of Pittsburg Landing to the evacuation of Corinth, Mississippi, by General Beauregard. He served also on the steam sloop "Pawnee" of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and participated in several engagements while attached to this vessel.
Page 17 - Grove,' near Port Royal, Caroline County, Virginia, Anno Domini 1838." The emigrant ancestor was John Hord, an English gentleman, born in Ewell, England, Dec. 29, 1664, came to Virginia...

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