The William and Mary quarterly Volume 25

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ... EARLY GENERATIONS OF THE TANNER FAMILY OF HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA By W1ll1am Clayton Torrence The first person by the name of Tanner appearing in the extant Henrico County records was one Joseph Tanner who appears to have had a patent for land in that county as early as March, 1662 1662-3 The Tanner home, as is shown by many of the later records, was located in that section of Henrico County lying south of James River (and now Chesterfield County) in the well known Bermuda Hundred. From the original of the will of Richard Cocke of Henrico, dated 1665 (among the original papers in Henrico Court) the following interesting item is taken: "In presence of us Henry Randolph, Cop Vir Extrati & Exam p Jos: Tanner CI Cur Copia William Randolph CI Cur." It would seem from this that Tanner was clerk of the Court. There were other Tanners in the colony prior to and probably contemporaneous with Joseph Tanner. There was a Tanner family in Norfolk County and also a Thomas Tanner in Charles City County. On November 27, 1657, Thomas Tanner was granted by patent 250 acres (with 34 perches which lies on point without the east line) in Charles City County, south side James River; east side head of Powell's Creek near the old Town; bounded west by Charles Sparrow and Richard Tye, north head of Powell's Creek, east Piney Swamp, south into the woods. Due for transportation of 6 persons names not given in record. There was also an Edward Tanner of Surry County, will dated Jany. 24, 1684, probated 7ber 15, 1685, eldest son Edward, youngest son William; son John; Robert Seale; my wife (Surry Records, Vol. 1684-86.) Where the Tanners came from to Virginia is not known, but there may he found references to the name in Calendar of Wills and Administrations: Devon &...

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Descripción RareBooksClub. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 108 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: . . . EARLY GENERATIONS OF THE TANNER FAMILY OF HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA By W1ll1am Clayton Torrence The first person by the name of Tanner appearing in the extant Henrico County records was one Joseph Tanner who appears to have had a patent for land in that county as early as March, 1662 1662-3 The Tanner home, as is shown by many of the later records, was located in that section of Henrico County lying south of James River (and now Chesterfield County) in the well known Bermuda Hundred. From the original of the will of Richard Cocke of Henrico, dated 1665 (among the original papers in Henrico Court) the following interesting item is taken: In presence of us Henry Randolph, Cop Vir Extrati and Exam p Jos: Tanner CI Cur Copia William Randolph CI Cur. It would seem from this that Tanner was clerk of the Court. There were other Tanners in the colony prior to and probably contemporaneous with Joseph Tanner. There was a Tanner family in Norfolk County and also a Thomas Tanner in Charles City County. On November 27, 1657, Thomas Tanner was granted by patent 250 acres (with 34 perches which lies on point without the east line) in Charles City County, south side James River; east side head of Powells Creek near the old Town; bounded west by Charles Sparrow and Richard Tye, north head of Powells Creek, east Piney Swamp, south into the woods. Due for transportation of 6 persons names not given in record. There was also an Edward Tanner of Surry County, will dated Jany. 24, 1684, probated 7ber 15, 1685, eldest son Edward, youngest son William; son John; Robert Seale; my wife (Surry Records, Vol. 1684-86. ) Where the Tanners came from to Virginia is not known, but there may he found references to the name in Calendar of Wills and Administrations: Devon and . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781235809392

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