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McCartys of Virginia

Clara S. McCarty

McCartys of Virginia

with emphasis on the first four generations in the colony

by Clara S. McCarty

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Published by Dietz Press in Richmond, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McCarthy family.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 127.

    Statementby Clara S. McCarty.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.M123 1972
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 131 p.
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5452373M
    LC Control Number73154461

      In reply to: Re: A colonial branch of Virginia McCartys 12/17/98 This is unbelievable!!!Williams and Willams are my grandmother and step wrote that genealogy book you referred to (and I am in it!)My mother has a copy that I will be going to pick up the next time I visit now I will email you with a chart from the book. the U.S. Postal Service. Like the McCartys, Mr. Hutton only became aware that he was listed in the poll book for Bolivar, rather than Harpers Ferry, when he attempted to vote on J He was also required to cast a provisional ballot. Ms. Painter testified that when the .

    Frederick County Deed Book, SC2, Virginia Land Office Grants, Z, ff., at the Virginia State Library. A Commonwealth grant, signed by John Page, Governor, on October 4, , "pursuant to an order of the worshipful court of Hampshire County" The grant, which was for acres, is described by a survey of much more accuracy.   Michael Sr. McCarty. Through later research I was able to find my true roots outside of America, Cork County, Ireland. This was the location of my Great x5 .

    Introduction. A new book, The McCarthys in Early Ameri-can History, by Michael J. O'Brien, has just come off the press. This book represents a prodigious amount of work, and for the data assembled from so many sources Mr. O'Brien is certainly en-titled to a vote of thanks. No one interested in the McCarthy family can afford to be without this book. Page 1: Generation 1 – James McCarty from Virginia who married Nancy Bosley (Bozeley) ca. Some of this is not complete. My direct line is more accurate than some of the branches. Page 2: Generation2 – Cornelius McCarty b. in Virginia. A Marriage license was issued to him in Fauquier Co., Virginia on to marry “Sukey.


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The McCartys of the Northern Neck, Years of a Virginia .For information on the McCarty family, see the McCartys of Virginia by Clara McCarty (Berryville, Virginia, Virginia Book Co., ). Benjamin J. Hillman (ed.) Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia: (J May 3, ) (Richmond, Virginia: Virginia .