3 edition of Memoranda of the Preston family. found in the catalog.
Memoranda of the Preston family.
|Series||University of Kentucky Library. Kentucky reprints -- 1., Kentucky reprints (University of Kentucky. Libraries) -- 1.|
|Contributions||Hart, Nathaniel, 1770-1844.|
|LC Classifications||F946 .K59 no.1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Memoranda of the Preston Family (Frankfort, KY: S.I.M. Major, ). See story of John Preston and Elizabeth Patton (Benjamin's grandparents) pp. The children of John and Elizabeth (Patton) Preston (Benjamin's maternal aunts and uncles) are listed on page 6: Letitia (Preston) Breckinridge, Margaret (Preston) Brown, William Preston, Ann Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, speeches, lectures, writings, legal files, financial records, military records, biographical and genealogical material, printed matter, photographs, and other papers of Blair family members. Family correspondents include many members of the immediate Blair family as well as extended relations such as Mary Elizabeth Woodbury Blair, Gustavus Vasa Fox, Virginia
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Get this from a library. Memoranda of the Preston family. [Orlando Brown] -- John Preston was born at Londonderry, Ireland, and married Elizabeth Patton in Ireland. They had four daughters and a son, ca. The family immigrated to Virginia in with Elizabeth Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brown, John Mason, Memoranda of the Preston family.
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The family immigrated to Virginia in with Elizabeth Preston's brother, Col. James Patton, and settled first at Spring Hill, Augusta County. They moved to land near Staunton, Virginia, in John Preston died shortly after Elizabeth Preston died at the home of her son, Col.
William Preston, at Grefield, Virginia, in at age Memoranda of the Preston family by Brown, Orlando. Publication date Topics Preston family (John Preston, f. ), genealogy Publisher Albany, J. Munsell Notes. No TOC Photo copy book Lines and markings appear in scan. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Camera Canon 5D External-identifier urn William Bowker Preston, 2 books J.
Lonnie Preston, 1 book Mabel E. Preston Wiggins, 1 book Nathaniel Hart, 1 book Lucille Preston Lane, 1 book Breckinridge Long, 1 book Josie Powell Stone, 1 book Mary Isabella Preston, 1 book Foley, Edward F., 1 book Peter Chalmers, 1 book John Polhemus, 1 book Hales, Kenneth Glyn, 1 book Richard Polhemus, 1 :preston_family.
Measuring about 9" x 11", and pages long, this spiral bound book is "Genealogical Memoranda of the Family of Ames", by Reginald Ames. Published in San Angelo, Texas, by Ghost of the Past Press, it is dated July,and stated to be a reprint of the original edition published in London in 4) Sarah PRESTON mar.
cousin John B. BLOYD - no children (as of this book) 5) Sophonisba PRESTON mar. Rev Robert J. BRECKINRIDGE and they had 6 children: Mary, Sally, Robert, Maria, William, and Sophonisba. 6) Maria PRESTON, (deceased as of the Preston Family papers), mar.
John M. PRESTON of Abingdon, formerly of Kentucky. They had 2 sons, :// Peyton, William Madison,Peyton family, Preston family (John Preston, d.
), Washington family, genealogy Publisher London: J. Wilson Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English Memoranda of the Preston Family - by Orlando BROWN pg 17 Children: 1) William Campbell PRESTON, distinguished lawyer and Senator in Congress from SC, m1) Miss COULTER of that State (SC), after her death, m2) Miss DAVIS (of SC).
His only child, Sally Campbell PRESTON, unmarried. 2) Eliza PRESTON mar. Gen Edward CARRINGTON of Halifax, :// The Preston Family Papers focus on the family of William Preston and his son John Preston.
Colonel William Preston, as he was known to his contemporaries and historians alike, was born in Newton Limaviddy in Londonderry County in northern Ireland on 25 December to John and Elizabeth Patton ?docId=wcc/viwycxml.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Mason Brown books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million :// 6) Maria PRESTON, (deceased as of the Preston Family papers), mar.
John M. PRESTON of Abingdon, formerly of Kentucky. They had 2 sons, minors. 7) Charles PRESTON mar. Miss BEALL and has left no children. 8) John S. PRESTON mar. Miss HAMPTON, dau. of Gen Wade HAMPTON of SC with 5 children, minors (as of history of Preston Family.
9) Thomas L 3Orlando Brown: Memoranda of the Preston Family, Frankfort,page 5. Also John Mason Brown: Memoranda of the Preston Family, Frankfort,page Also Bayless E. Hardin: “The Brown Family of Liberty Hall,” in The Filson Club History Quarterly, April,page ‘Foote’s Sketches of Virginia,page Preston Letters, papers, and mercantile records of John Hook (), wealthy Scottish merchant and Tory; of the mercantile firm of Bowker Preston, Hook's son-in-law, and Smithson H.
Davis at Goose Creek, Bedford County, Virginia; and of a similar firm of Asa, Smithson H., and Alexander G. Holland and John D. Booth at Halesford and Germantown, both in Franklin County, the Holland family apparently Preston - Memoranda of the Preston Family Proctor - Proctor Family History/Genealogy, Proctor and Gamble History, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Rarick - Lewis Diefenbach/Tiefeubach, Lewis Rohrig/Rarick/Roehrig Raney - A letter to my Raney cousins about our ancestor, James Raney, His Wife, Rachel Rayney, and their descendants (December ) Of particular interest is an receipt to General Francis Preston () for a subscription to the Saturday Evening Post, writings by Elizabeth Preston Gray about the history of her family, the nomination of the Aspenvale Cemetary in Smyth County to the National Register of Historic Places, and copies of Mary Preston Gray's book ?file=viblbvxml.
family history Browse our collection of more t reprints of scarce, once out-of-print genealogies as well as selected original publications by new authors! For faster results, type a KEYWORD or SURNAME in the SEARCH window which can be found at the top of ?page=Scope and Contents Miscellaneous personal papers of John T.
L. Preston including a farm account book (), bills, deeds, memoranda, receipts, and correspondence. The majority of the papers relate to Preston's personal financial and property (land) transactions and do not involve his work at :// This family of pesticides, whose name literally means "nicotine-like," has been used commercially since the s as a way of protecting commercial crops from insect damage, typically coating the seeds.
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