2 edition of Augustine Warner, Burgess of Virginia found in the catalog.
Augustine Warner, Burgess of Virginia
Jane Thomas Rowland
by RR Books in Augusta, Ga. (One 7th St., Suite 1503, Augusta 30901)
Written in English
|Statement||by Jane Thomas Rowland.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W28 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||98124225|
A facsimile reprint of the Second Edition () of this genealogical guide to 25, descendants of William Burgess of Richmond (later King George) County, Virginia, and his only known son, Edward Burgess of Stafford (later King George) County, Virginia. Complete with illustrations, photos, comprehensive given and surname indexes, and historical introduction.5/5(2). 5 Generation Line of Descent from Augustine WARNER ( - ) Augustine WARNER ( - ) Mary TOWNELEY ( - ) Generation 2. Their Child had issue by (Col.) Augustine WARNER Speaker of Virginia House of Burgesses ( - ) Mildred READE ( - ) Generation 3. Their Child had issue by.
In , Lawrence married Mildred Warner, a daughter of the colony's one-time Speaker of the House of Burgesses, Colonel Augustine Warner Jr. of Warner Hall in Gloucester County. Her mother, Mildred Reade, traced her lineage back to many of England's monarchs, although her grandson George never made much of these lofty : Arcadia Publishing SC. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, (from book published by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage.
Augustine Warner, II - Speaker, House of Burgesses, Gloucester Co., Virginia, named Council; Colonial Commandant of Gloucester County Militia. Thomas Yowell discovered Kent Island; founded a settlement there in ; was Secretary of State of Virginia as young man; had a Letter from Col John Washington to Major Richard Lee and Captain. Info on m "about , Virginia" posted on her profile: marriage , Virginia is based on mother's letter & entry for her husband in Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography (he arrived in Virginia , so they were married in Virginia either or , assuming she arrived with parents circa , which I think is a safe assumption).
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Get this from a library. Augustine Warner (Burgess) of Virginia: papers from the family files with Rowland/Thomas connections and some ancestors and descendants of Jane Thomas Rowland and Arthur Ray Rowland. [Jane Thomas Rowland] -- Chiefly, a record of 13 generations of descendants of Col. Augustine Warner who was born June 3, in Warner Hall, Gloucester Co.
Virginia. Second Generation 2. (Col.) Augustine WARNER Speaker of Virginia House of Burgesses 5 6 (Augustine 1) was born 3 Jun in Warner Hall, Gloucester Co., VA,6 died 19 Jun in Warner Hall, Gloucester Co., VA 6 at and was buried in Warner Hall Graveyard, Virginia.
Augustine married Mildred READE (See Link for Ancestry),5 6 daughter of (Col.) George READE Esq. Aged 63 Yeares 2 Mth 26Ds. Came to Virginia aboutand finally settled in Gloucester Co., on an estate called Warner Hall. He was Burgess from York inand from Gloucester in He was a member of the King's Council, He is the 4th great-grandfather to Gen Robert E Lee.
Chiefly, a record of 13 generations of descendants of Col. Augustine Warner who was born June 3, in Warner Hall, Gloucester Co. Virginia. He married Mildred Reade in in York County, Virginia.
She was the daughter of Colonel (Burgess) and Elizabeth Martiau. Augustine and Mildred had three children. - Listed by both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, Warner Hall continues to be of major architectural and genealogical significance in American history.
Warner Hall has long been considered one of the premiere properties in the Virginia Tidewater area. See more ideas about Virginia, American history and History pins. Augustine Warner Smith, Gent., son of Col. John & Mary (Warner) Smith, b. 16 Jun [xiv]; d. 30 Decbelieved in England; m. 19 Nov [xv] to Sarah Carver, daughter of John Carver of Gloucester[xvi], b.
25 Apr ; d. 12 Maraged 31 years, 10 months and 7 days. The Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses was the presiding officer of the House of Burgesses, the lower house of the Virginia General Assembly during the period in which Virginia was a colony of Great Britain.
The General Assembly itself was first organized inwhen the colony was owned and administered by the London -two burgesses were elected to that Assembly, two.
Descendants of Augustine Warner of Virginia (The Virginia ancestor series) [Hauk, Carol A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Descendants of Augustine Warner of Virginia (The Virginia ancestor series)Author: Carol A Hauk. the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia.
Augustine Warner, Sr. (Septem – Decem ), was an English-born Virginia planter and politician. The progenitor of a prominent colonial family, and great-great grandfather of President George Washington, he was born in Norwich, Norfolk, the son of Thomas Warner and Elizabeth Sotherton.
The list of Qualifying ancestors below is from The Jamestowne Society Register of Qualifying Seventeenth-Century Ancestors - Septemberwith additional additions and Register can ordered using the form under the Merchandise section of this website.
In addition to information posted on this website, the Register also includes the number of members with lineages proven back. Wyncoop Warner, oldest son of Zebulon and Mary Fulton Warner was born in Shepardstown, Virginia, in and died in Portsmouth, Ohio, on Ma As a small boy he was on the trek to Ohio.
While living at St. Clairsville, at the age of 17, he enlisted at Steubenville, Ohio, in. Colonel Augustine Warner, Senior, was born Novem and immigrated to Virginia as early as but before His coat of arms is of the Welsh family Warner.
He is believed to have acquired the land where he built Warner Hall in Col George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau Reade had at least eight children, the oldest being their daughter Mildred, who married Col Augustine Warner, Junior.
Colonel Augustine Warner, Senior, was born Novem and immigrated to Virginia as early as but before His coat of arms is of the Welsh family Warner. Author of Pouncey Maxey, Col. George Reade, My Rucker ancestors and connections, The Collins, Gatewood, Ham, Ponder, Hale, Thomas, Rowland family lines, Nicholas Martiau, Virginia Burgess, John Mathews, immigrant, Ancestors and kin of Jane Thomas Rowland, James Blakely, immigrant and Revolutionary soldier.
Here Lyethe ye body of. Coll. Augustine Warner. who was Borne ye 3rd of June and Died ye 19th of June Mildred Reade Warner. At the time of my visit to the Augustine Warner family cemetery the tablet of Mildred Reade, wife of Augustine Warner and daughter of George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau, was being restored by the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.
The year that Augustine Warner became a Burgess, Parliament sent a fleet to Virginia to force Berkeley to resign. Though Warner, like many Virginians, had royalist leanings, the Assembly, with Parliament’s approval, elected Governor Richard Bennett, a respected Virginia Puritan, as the next governor.
Augustine Smith and bounded by the lands of Christopher Zimmerman, Mr. James Pollart, Mr. Francis Thornton and John Carder. (signed) Thos.
Smith, Agt. Smith. Wit: Thomas Yeates, John Carder, Anne Ball. 24 Aug. Acknowledged by Thomas and Augustine Smith. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 2, Dorman, pg.
62].Alt Name: Augustine Smith, Knights of the Golden Horseshoe. The Backstory on the ‘Book of Negroes’ Octo the Queen received replicas of the communion silver used at Bruton Parish Church, and a portrait of Colonel Augustine Warner (an early Virginia colonist and the Queen’s ancestor).
The next morning, the royal entourage flew from Newport News to Washington, D.C., aboard President. Notes: In memory of Captain Augustine Washington, son of Lawrence and Mildred (Warner) Washington, born near this spot in the year a Justice of Westmoreland County and a.
Full text of "Genealogy of the Lewis family in America, from the middle of the seventeenth century down to the present time" See other formats. This last probably left descendants in Virginia. [Page ] Burgess, Thomas, was a burgess for Warrosqueake infor Martin's Hundred in and which he represented in the house of burgesses in He married a daughter of Colonel Augustine Warner, and had sons — Augustine, David, Walter, and probably John (q.
v.).In the winter ofAugustine Warner I arrived in Jamestown with twelve new settlers for the Virginia Colonies. For bringing these colonists to the new frontier, Warner was given a “head Grant” of 6 View Colonel Augustine Warner, II's genealogy profile; 6/1/ 12/3/ Follow.Smith (Warner) Essentially nothing known of this Smith family in England.
In Virginia, records lie fairly thick. The place names are Purton and Shooter's Hill. Major John was a burgess from Warwick Co. and speaker of the House of Burgesses inand gained his estate from his .