2 edition of Surry County, Virginia register of free Negroes found in the catalog.
Surry County, Virginia register of free Negroes
by Virginia Genealogical Society in Richmond, VA (5001 West Broad St., Suite 115, Richmond 23230)
Written in English
|Contributions||Virginia Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F232.S9 H83 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 339 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||96114867|
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Get this from a library. Surry County, Virginia register of free Negroes. [Dennis Hudgins; Virginia Genealogical Society.]. Surry County (Va.) Register of Free Negroes,is also available in a bound volume of photostats (negative).
Historical Information Surry County formed from James City County about Names in Index to Surry County Virginia Register of Free Negroes transcribed by Lynn Vanatta arranged alphabetically with last names first.
Note: The complete register has been transcribed by Dennis Hudgins and published by the Virginia Genealogical Society. Surry County, Virginia register of free Negroes [Hudgins, Dennis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Surry County, Virginia register of free NegroesAuthor: Dennis Hudgins. Solomon Scott registered as a free Negro in Greensville County on 12 March [Register of Free Negroes, no.
18]. From the Register of Free Negroes at the Greensville County courthouse: JWyatt Stewart, black complexion, 25, recovered his freedom of Pleasant Hunnicutt of Sussex County, 5'7" high. no A new book on free blacks in Surry County adds to ever growing resources in black family history, once thought to be a barren field.
Thousands of black families are now organized, meeting in. Get this from a library. Surry County, Virginia register of free negroes. [Dennis Hudgins]. Surry County Free Negro Register, Surry County Reel Surry County was formed in from James City County.
An act passed by the Virginia legislature in required every free negro or mulatto to be registered and numbered in a book to be kept by the county clerk. The register listed the age, name, color, stature, marks or. "Register of Free Negroes & Mulattoes," etc.
The following record is transcribed from the original now in the manuscript collection of the University of Virginia. The register was copied into the back of a contemporary town expense ledger and is among a variety of official town records made available on microfilm as "Alexandria City Papers.".
Deed Book 10 (–) is missing and order books for – and various other early volumes are fragmentary. Most loose records prior to are missing.
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Featured Full text of "The free Negro in Virginia, ". Surry County, Virginia Register of Free Negroes. Richmond, Va.: Virginia Genealogical Society, FHL Collection F2h; Free Persons of Surry County, Virginia in is a transcription of free African-Americans eligible to be taxed, found on a personal property tax list for Surry Countyon microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
William Franklin Carter Jr. and Carrie Young Carter report in “Footprints in the Hollows” that there were slaves and 17 free “Negroes” in Surry County near the close of the 18th century.
Inthe unpublished schedules of the eighth census showed that there. Names in Index to Surry County Virginia Register of Free Negroes (hosted at Surry County Virginia Historical Society) Miscellaneous Free African Americans of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina from the Colonial period to aboutvol 1 and 2, Heinegg, Paul, Home; Surry; Surry.
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Restrictive laws against Virginia's free blacks had been in force for more than a quarter century. On 25 Januarythe General Assembly had required localities to register every free Negro or mulatto living within their jurisdiction.
County court clerks kept books listing free blacks by name, age, color, and stature, and by distinguishing. Surry County, Virginia - Church Street, Surry, Virginia - Rated based on 11 Reviews "Put a bridge in to Williamsburg and it would be a /5(11).
York County Register of Free Negroes Library of Virginia microfilm no. Guardians' Accounts,following the index, Mary De Rozario a Short Black Negro aged about 30 years with a Pleasant Countenance when Spoken to Registered at my office this 26 th day of April No.
Surry County Circuit Court Clerk. 28 Colonial Trail East / PO BoxSurry, Virginia am to pm M-F. Phone: () Today, there are many descendants of the Tynes families in Isle of Wight County.
The U.S. Census showed that Isle of Wight County had 4, slaves in Taxed the same as livestock, a slave’s value was based on gender. Bythere were 1, free blacks living in Isle of Wight County.Surry County is a county in the Commonwealth of of the census, the population was 7, Its county seat is Surry.
InSurry County was formed from the portion of James City County south of the James more than years it has depended on an agricultural ssional district: 4th.