The Rixey Genealogy: With References to the Morehead, Hunton, Gibbs, Hall, Thomas, Jones, Lewis, Chancellor, Pendleton, Smith, and Other Allied Families
J. P. Bell, 1933 - 427 pages
Richard Riccia (Rixey, Ricksey) was living in Truro Parish, Prince William County, Virginia in 1740 where he purchased 220 acres of land. "This tract of 220 acres of land, purchased by Richard Riccia, was sold to Richard Rixey, Jr. and his wife Elizabeth in 1791, and it definately stated in the deed that he was the son of Richard Riccia."--p. 29 "The exact date of Richard Riccia's death is not known, but it evidently occurred in 1786 as under date of September 5, 1786, in will book G, page 354 is found an inventory of his personal property..."--p. 31. Descendants lived in Virginia, Maryland, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, California, Kansas, Washington, D.C. and elsewhere.
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Investigations of Origin and History of Rixey Family
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