Cristopher Needham from Virginia and allied families
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Cristopher Needham from Virginia and allied families

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Published by Wynell Nolloway in Cullman, AL .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination224 p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24676867M

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  Abraham Wood of Fort Henry, Virginia, sent James Needham and Gabriel Arthur, the latter probably an indentured servant of Wood, with eight Indians to explore the southwest interior from m and Arthur were provided with provisions for a three-month journey. They initially returned just over a month later, and Wood sent them out again and added four horses for their travel. Sir Christopher Thomas Needham (30 August – 29 April ) was a British businessman and Liberal politician.. Needham was educated at Manchester Grammar School and the University of was to maintain a link with the university throughout his life, becoming a governor in , a chairman of the council from to He became a partner in the family company, John . The Needham genealogy received its latest, long-overdue update on 31 December This latest incarnation of the database lists individuals belonging to families. For now, only the actual data and GEDCOMs have been updated. I will be updating the . ©; Kathryn Gearhart (No portion of this web site may be reproduced, in any form, including Internet, electronic or print, in whole or in part.) The Heaths and Lanes first resided in the tithe area of Falling River in Lunenburg County which according to Belle, historian of Lunenburg County, became Bedford County. Bedford County.

  Seldens of Virginia and allied families by Kennedy, Mary Selden, Publication date [c] Topics Selden family (Samuel Seldon, d), Selden family Publisher New York, Frank Allaben Genealogical Company Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language EnglishPages: The Reads and Their Relatives: Being an Account of Colonel Clement and Madam Read of Bushy Forest, Lunenburg County, Virginia, Their Eight Children, Their Descendants, and Allied Families: Author: Alice Riddle Read Rouse: Publisher: Johnson & Hardin Press, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: Length: History of Needham, Massachusetts, Including West Needham, Now the Town of Wellesley, to Its Separation from Needham in , with Some Reference to Its Affairs to George Kuhn Clarke Privately printed at the University Press, - Needham (Mass.) - pagesReviews: 1.   I have the following information on Christopher landed in Maryland from England in and received a land grant of 1, acres, for transporting himself and wife, his sons, Edward and Thomas and 6 servants. from England to this country - possibly what is now opher purchased land in Elizabeth City, VA, now the city of died circa .

  For now, the book that is a reminder of my great-uncle’s journey remains in my parents’ house. My father is quietly amused that his two oldest children have taken an interest in it. The Travels of James Needham and Gabriel Arthur through Virginia, North Carolina, and Beyond, , edited by R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. Southern Indian Studies , To my Honoured Friend, Mr. Richards in London, present. records for Christopher Needham. Find Christopher Needham's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information. Thomas Needham was born circa at of Shavington, Shropshire, England. He married Maud Brereton, daughter of Sir William Brereton and Philippa Hulse, circa Family Maud Brereton b. Children: Robert Needham, Roger Needham, Sir William Needham, Kt., Thomas Needham.