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registers of free blacks, 1810-1864 Augusta County, Virginia and Staunton, Virginia

Katherine Gentry Bushman

registers of free blacks, 1810-1864 Augusta County, Virginia and Staunton, Virginia

by Katherine Gentry Bushman

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Published by Mid-valley Press in Verona, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Augusta County (Va.),
  • Staunton (Va.),
  • Virginia,
  • Augusta County,
  • Staunton,
  • Augusta County.,
  • Staunton.
    • Subjects:
    • African Americans -- Virginia -- Augusta County -- Genealogy.,
    • African Americans -- Virginia -- Staunton -- Genealogy.,
    • Court records -- Virginia -- Augusta County.,
    • Court records -- Virginia -- Staunton.,
    • Augusta County (Va.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Staunton (Va.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: A register of free Negroes for Augusta County court commencing the 20th of July 1810 and ending the 4th day of January 1864 and city of Staunton, Virginia commencing 25th August 1810 ending the 22nd August 1864.

      Other titlesRegister of free Negroes for Augusta County court commencing the 20th of July 1810 and ending the 4th day of January 1864 and city of Staunton, Virginia commencing 25th August 1810 ending the 22nd August 1864.
      Statementcopied and edited by Katherine G. Bushman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.A9 B879 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 146 p. :
      Number of Pages146
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1791825M
      LC Control Number89189362

      Augusta County ~ Will Book #5 Abstracts: Jul Unknown Augusta County ~ Will Book #6 Abstracts: Jun Unknown Augusta County ~ Will Book #7 Abstracts: Jun Unknown Augusta County ~ Will Book #37 Abstracts: Sep The University of Virginia: Valley of the Shadow Project Augusta County ~ Will Book #51 ~ PADGET and FULTZ: Jul A number of military companies from Staunton and Augusta County were mustered out. Some were attached to the Fifth Virginia Regiment, which became part of the famous Stonewall Brigade, commanded by Thomas Jonathan Jackson. Five men in the Fifth Virginia were also members of the Staunton Mountain Sax Horn Band, which had been organized in

      Staunton (/ ˈ s t æ n t ən / STAN-tən) is an independent city in the U.S. Commonwealth of of the census, the population In Virginia, independent cities are separate jurisdictions from the counties that surround them, so the government offices of Augusta County are in Verona, which is contiguous to Staunton.. Staunton is a principal city of the Staunton County: None (Independent city). Norfolk County Register of Free Negroes and Mulattoes. Library of Virginia microfilm and photocopies of original at courthouse. Number in Register, Name, Size, Age and description, by whom liberated or born free, time of registering. 1.

      "The publication Free blacks and mulattoes in Augusta County, Virginia, of was made possible by a bequest to the Augusta County Genealogical Society from the estate of Gene A. Morin." Description: ii, pages ; 28 cm: Contents: Tax records, census census census census census. Register of Free Blacks, Augusta County, Virginia, Register of Free Blacks, Augusta County, Virginia, Register of Free Negroes and Mulattoes in the Corporation of Staunton [VA] Register of Free Negroes and Mulattoes, , etc. Registration of Free People of Colour in Patrick County, VA,


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Registers of free blacks, 1810-1864 Augusta County, Virginia and Staunton, Virginia by Katherine Gentry Bushman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The registers of free blacks, Augusta County, Virginia and Staunton, Virginia by Katherine Gentry Bushman Published by Mid-valley Press in Verona, : Register of free Negroes for Augusta County court commencing the 20th of July and ending the 4th day of January and city of Staunton, Virginia commencing 25th August ending the 22nd August LCCN ; RCP.

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OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: A register of free Negroes for Augusta County court commencing the 20th of July and ending the 4th day of January and city of Staunton, Virginia commencing 25th August ending the 22nd August Cover title: A register of free negroes etc.

for Augusta County Court commencing the 20th of July and ending the 4th day of January and city of Staunton, Virginia commencing the 25th August ending the 22 August Includes indexes. The Registers of Free Blacks, Augusta County, Virginia & Staunton, Virginia by Katherine Gentry Bushman: Dawn Stewart: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, by Lyman Chalkley: Dawn Stewart: Augusta County, Virginia Heritage Book: A publication by the Augusta County Heritage Book Committee, Gathered as part of a larger study of the origins of the free black population of Petersburg, these counties were home to many of the free people of color who later moved to and registered in Petersburg.

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The Registers of Free Blacks Augusta County, Virginia and Staunton, Virginia Object Name: Book Author: Katherine G. Bushman (Copied & Edited) Title: Register of Free BlacksAugusta County & Staunton Catalog Number: B People: Bushman, Katherine G.

Search Terms: Augusta County Black History Free Blacks Register. Utilizing the Registers of Free Blacks For the City of Staunton and Augusta County, Virginia, – by Carl Schulkin.

This activity is designed to teach the process of analyzing primary sources and enrich students’ knowledge of the daily lives of free African Americans in the antebellum South.

Staunton (Va.) Register of Free Negroes and Mulattoes, Local government records collection, Staunton (City) Court Records. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Acquisition Information This item was microfilmed by the Library of Virginia.

The Augusta County Historical Society has been actively collecting paper documents, photographs, and books pertaining to the history of Augusta County, Staunton, and Waynesboro since the society’s inception in The collection now includes a great deal of.

The registers of free blacks Augusta County, Virginia and Staunton, Virginia / copied and edited by Katherine G. Bushman. Nancy Henry, a free woman of colour, aged (now) twenty eight years since December last five feet four and three fourth inches high black bushy hair - has a scar on the nose - also a scar on the wrist of the right arm above the thumb - was born free in Augusta County, and daughter of Luckey Morris, who is a free woman as appears by a.

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United States Rural Records of the Southern United States Cohabitation Records Virginia Virginia African Americans Virginia Cohabitation Records. Virginia State Law [edit | edit source]. The Cohabitation Records, offically titled, "Register of Colored Persons, Augusta County, State of Virginia, Cohabiting Together as Husband and Wife," are a record of free African American families living in.

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Staunton County Register of Free Blacks; Freedmen’s Bureau Records.A Register of Free Negroes For Augusta County Court Commencing the 20th of July and ending the 4th day of January and City of Staunton Virginia commencing 25th August ending the 22nd August Copied and Edited by Katherine G.

Bushman, The First Families _____ From: Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from to By Joseph Addison Waddell These were the first few families that made up the first influx of primarily Irish settlers seeking prosperity in early Orange and Augusta County, Virginia.

Lists Date of Importation and Family Names: 22 Feb. Patrick Campbell (b.Ireland, d. 17 Mar.Augusta County.