Fincastle & Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. records & history

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Other titlesFincastle and Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. records & history., Fincastle & Kentucky counties, Va.-Ky. records & history.
StatementMichael L. Cook and Bettie A. Cummings Cook.
SeriesKentucky records series ;, v. 18, Kentucky records series ;, vol. 18.
ContributionsCook, Bettie Anne.
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LC ClassificationsF450 .C569 1987
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Open LibraryOL2449912M
LC Control Number87149120

In the summer of the Fincastle County surveyors decided to work on the north side of the Kentucky River, thereby avoiding the land claimed by the Transylvania Company. However, they soon discovered that men from the Monongahela River settlements were roaming Va.-Ky. records & history book across the Kentucky, making claims to some of the best land.

Get this from a library. Fincastle & Kentucky County, Va.-Ky.: records and history. [Michael L Cook; Bettie A Cook] -- These records cover that part of Virginia which later became the state of Kentucky as well as records of Kentucky after statehood.

In Michael and Bettie Cook published a useful collection of records Fincastle & Kentucky County, VA - KY, Records and History, which includes legislative acts, deeds and land grants, albeit for the most part in excerpts. Unfortunately, it is now out of print. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes.

Includes name index for each volume. CONTENTS: Vol. Fincastle County and Kentucky County: background and history; Acts of the Virginia Legislature pertaining to Fincastle County; Acts of the Virginia Legislature pertaining to Kentucky County, and up to the time that Kentucky became a separate state; Land entries.

Fincastle County, Virginia genealogy and family history research page. Guide to Fincastle County () genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including marriage records, wills, deeds and land records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, and churches.

OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Fincastle & Kentucky counties, Va.-Ky. records & history. Includes index. Description: volumes : illustrations ; 29 cm. The original records, which were in the possession of the Fayette County Court Clerk incannot be located.

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Samuel M. Wilson in his First Land Courts of Kentucky (Lexington, ) explained the origin of the commissioners and their services to Kentucky settlers.

The subject of land acquisition has also been covered by several of my articles. Fayette County, Kentucky records Author: Cook, Michael L. Published: () The Committees of Safety of Westmoreland and Fincastle: proceedings of the county committees, Published: ().

Kentucky County was created in from&#;Fincastle County. See County Formations Database (Kentucky Land Office). Fincastle & Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. records & history by Michael L. Cook,Cook Publications edition, in English. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Fincastle & Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. records & Fincastle & Kentucky County by Michael L. Cook; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy, Registers of births; Places: Kentucky, Virginia.

Fincastle Co, VA The book: The Hornbook of Virginia History, by Emily J. Salmon and Edward ll, Jr., says: "Fincastle County (extinct) was named either for George, Lord Fincastle, Lord Dunmore's son; for John Murray, fourth earl of Dunmore, Viscount Fincastle; or for the town of Fincastle, Virginia, which was established in and named after Lord Botetourt's home in.

"Fincastle & Kentucky County Va-Ky Records and History" Volume 1, pg Michael and Bettie Cook, C. G., Cook Publications Evansville, Ind. Court November 2, pg "Likewise, Mary Johnson, Sandel Brooks Elizabeth Brooks Lyddia Morris AND SUSANNA BROCK for having bastard children.

FINCASTLE CO., VA COURT RECORDS, ORDER BOOKS 1 AND 2, 5 January to 3 September containing a verbatim transcription of records for every court held in Fincastle, transcribed by Karen Wagner Treacy.

10 1/2 x 8 1/2, x, pages, illustrations, full name index. Mason County Kentucky Records #1, MarriagesResearchers Publication, nd John Cornwell md. Jemima Dexter, 29 Sep. Moses Fitzgerald md. Nancy Henderson 28 Dec Samuel Fitzgerald md. Nancy Ryan 11 Feb.

George Galbreath md. Mary White 8 Dec. Hiram Galbreath md. Elizabeth Rankin 31 Aug. Thomas Author: Dedpepl. A Guide to Kentucky County Records on Microfilm. InVirginia's General Assembly divided Fincastle County into three parts and created Washington, Montgomery, and Kentucky Counties.

The act creating these counties described Kentucky County as being "to the south and westward of a line beginning on the Ohio at the mouth of Great Sandy creek. Name: david_hughey -- Dave's Bohemian, Canadian, and Southern Kin Updated: Owner: David V.

Hughey and Statehood " George M. Chinn"Fincastle and Kentucky County VA-KY Records and History, Vol. 1" Michael Cook and Bettie Cummings Cook "History of Scott Co. KY" Ann Bolton Bevins "The Pioneer and the Praire Lawyer. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

Subject - Personal Martin, Brice. grantee. Subject - Topical Land titles. -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Washington County Subject -Geographic Washington County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century.

Genre/Form Land grants -- Virginia -- Washington County. Fincastle & Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. Records & History. Cawthorne, Pioneer Baptist Church Records of South Central Kentucky and the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee r.

Chester R. Johnson, Masons in the Early Grand Lodge of Kentucky Microfiche, 4. >From an unidentified list, but probably land grants, from Michael L. Cook and Bettie A.

Cummings Cook, FINCASTLE 7 KENTUCKY COUNTY VA-KY RECORDS & HISTORY, VOL l [Evansville, IN: n.d.], p. Holsclaw Settmt-Fishback, Jacob-9/12/ - [probably acres] A [probably deed book and page] (I do not own the book, so don't ask for look-ups. The Kentucky National Guard, like other state National Guards, has been known under various names such as state militia or state guard.

It has the distinction of being one of the oldest military forces in the United States. Its history dates back to when Kentucky was known as Fincastle County, a part of western Virginia. There is an alphabetical listing of those married, sorted by last name of groom, including the date of marriage.

Volume I contains marriages from the following counties, which includes the date of inception for the county. Remember that Kentucky was first Fincastle County, Virginia, then became Kentucky County J [S] Michael Cook and Betty Cummings Cook, compilers, Fincastle & Kentucky County VA-KY, Records & History, volume 1 (Evansville, Indiana: Cook Publications, ).

On December 1,Fincastle Co. Virginia was established, comprising all of what is now the present state of Kentucky and a small southwest portion of present day Virginia. [Fincastle & Kentucky County Va-Ky Records and History Volume 1, pg Michael and Bettie Cook, C.

G., Cook Publications Evansville, Ind.

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] Fluvanna County Virginia. Formed from Albemarle in (Fluvanna was bordered by Albemarle to. That Patrick book states (with no conclusive proof) that HUGH, JAMES and JEREMIAH PATRICKwere first records of HUGH and JEREMIAH were found in Fincastle County, were given land grants by the Loyal Land Company in January This land was on the New River and later became part of Montgomery County.

By going to the biography ofI have written over the years, I see there is earlier indication of Christopher's move to Kentucky. It is found in Michael L.

Cook and Bettie A. Cummings Cook, Fincastle & Kentucky County VA-KY Records & History, Vol 1. Russell also contained Botetourt, Fincastle, and Washington from Washington County was formed in when Fincastle county was abolished.

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Lee County borders Scott County, VA. Scott was formed in from Lee, Russell & Washington counties. Note: Montgomery County is near these counties - families passed through. Kentucky’s “Doomsday Book” is a journal created by land commissioners appointed to hear settlers’ claims in the Kentucky District under Virginia Land Law A.

Lincoln County Entries In Kentucky County, Virginia, was divided into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson and Lincoln. Fincastle and Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. Records & History, Volume 1; Evansville, IN; Cook Publications;p.

• Military: James Berry wounded in Estill's defeat, 21 MarMadison, Kentucky, USA. 11 [two images attached] James Berry was wounded in the thigh in the battle of Little Mountain 'with Wyandotte Indians, in which his captain.

Solomon Bishop, born abouta veteran of the American Revolution, probably came to Nelson County, Kentucky, from Washington County, Virginia, where his father-in-law, Jacob Iler, is also found.

There Solomon and Caty are found in two deeds inand in the same year Jacob Iler wrote his will of August 21 (Washington County. As noted in the last post, before Kentucky was a "state", it was a "county" of Virginia. From toit was called "Kentucky County".

It certainly has a long, long history. "Chickacoan" was the "Indian District" which it belonged prior to It became "Northumberland" (VA) in having received many folks from the English Civil War.Fincastle and Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. Records & History, Volume 1; Evansville, IN; Cook Publications;p.

10 Ramona J. Sadlon, BERRY IN VIRGINIA – KENTUCKY - MISSOURI RESEARCH & ANALYSIS (e-mail: April   There are two local families with documentary evidence supporting their claims to Indian blood. These are the Cole and Bowman families. The Coles are listed in census records for Lee County, Va., and for Harlan as being Indian.

The state and counties of birth given for the Cole family of implies they moved around frequently.