2 edition of Dozier family of Lower Norfolk County found in the catalog.
Dozier family of Lower Norfolk County
|Statement||Anne Maling and Abiatha Willis.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.D758 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||86229296|
EGERTON FAMILY Extracts from “Egerton Family” by Francis B. Culver in Maryland Historical Magazine, XXXV,3 September 1. CHARLES1 EGERTON, whose will was dated 27 Jan. and proved 15 June in Lower Norfolk County (now recorded at Portsmouth), Virginia, was, according to tradition, the father of Charles Egerton, founder of the Egerton family of Maryland (Virginia . Florida's Dozier School For Boys: A True Horror Story Forensic anthropologists are working to find the unmarked graves of the 81 boys known to have died at .
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Born in Norfolk, Virginia on 28 July to Cader Willoughby Dozier and Prudence Behanna. Virginia Dozier had 6 children. She passed away on 13 February in Norfolk, Virginia. Greetings Dozier Family! We, the Dozier Reunion Committee, greet you with good vibes and hopeful hearts. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the first ever Virtual Dozier Family Reunion this Saturday, August 1, at PM (EST) on gh we cannot physically be together, thanks to technology, we can still gather for a great time and a virtual embrace!
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The Dozier Family of Lower Norfolk County: The First Generation. FHL FAM HIST Book A1 no. [Dozier] Maling, Anne E. and Abiatha Willis. The Dozier Family of Lower Norfolk County: A Reference.
Norfolk, Va.: A. Maling, FHL FAM HIST Book Dm. E [edit | edit source]. Dozier family in Virginia and North Carolina. Begins with James D'Auge or Dauge (ca. ), who came from France to Virginia.
He obtained land in Norfolk Co., Va. in He died in Princess Anne Co., Va. leaving his lands there to his three daughters, and his lands in North Carolina he left to his three sons.
Includes index. Get this from a library. The Dozier family of Lower Norfolk County, the first generation. [Abiatha Willis] -- Family of James Dauge (Jacques D'Auge) (), who came to Virginia from Saintonge, France. He was a captain in the militia in Lynnhaven Parish in Lower Norfolk Co., Virginia.
He married Mary. Get this from a library. The Dozier family of Lower Norfolk County: a reference. [Anne Maling; Abiatha Willis] -- Dozier family in Virginia and North Carolina. Begins with James D'Auge or Dauge (ca.
), who came from France to Virginia. He obtained land in Norfolk. The Dozier family of Lower Norfolk County: A reference Unknown Binding – January 1, by Anne Maling (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now Author: Anne Maling. Family History & Genealogy, Census, Birth, Marriage, Death Vital Records & More The Vestry Book of Elizabeth River Parish [Virginia], Norfolk and Lower Norfolk County Deeds and Indexes Viewing restrictions apply (Source: FamilySearch).
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An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Lower Norfolk County Virginia antiquary". Dozier researchr, Joseph Lewis Dozier, shows he was born in in France.
Dozier researcher, Josiah Lewis Dozier, Jr. in an e-mail to Lallie Dozier Jones on 7 Oct"Cople Parish was, and still is, an active parish of the Episcopal Church in Virginia. On SeptemHenry received a grant of 58 acres in Lower Norfolk County on south side of Eastern Branch of Elizabeth River at the head of Indian Creek.” Ellen Callis was the daughter of Princess Anne County resident Dr.
Enoch Dozier Ferebee (September 8, – April 8, ), who owned the now-historic homes known as Broad Bay. Industrial Park Drive - Newport News, VA - () Also a book Titled "The Dozier Family of Lower Norfolk County a Reference" by Anne Maling and Abiatha Willis of Norfolk, VA.
I don't have this book, only the Index I am a decendent of William Wood of NC and VA. All of my information lists a Peter Dauge (Dozier) as a relative by marriage. I have lots of DAR info etc. Dozier is a pediatric psychiatrist at Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters, located in Norfolk, VA.
() Early Origins of the Dozier family. The surname Dozier was first found in Bavaria, where the name was anciently associated with the tribal conflicts of the declared allegiances to many nobles and princes of early history, lending their influence in struggles for power and status within the region.
It included all the area in South Hampton Roads. InNew Norfolk County was divided into Upper Norfolk County and Lower Norfolk County and Upper Norfolk County became Nansemond County in Now an extinct county, Nansemond is part of the City of.
Leonard Dozier died intestate inand his wife, Elizabeth, was named administrator of his estate (Westmoreland County, Virginia, Order Bookpp. and a). The following is from The Registers of North Farnham Parish and Lunenburg ParishRichmond County, Virginia, p compiled by George King, SOURCE: 1 L.
Hunter Dozier, Page 2-L-1, 3-L-1 2 Compendium of American Genealogy, by The Institute of American Genealogy, Chicago, IL. Published Vol 5 Lineage of Alice Caroline Hawkins, 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY p Lineage of Eugenia Sexton Eavenson Stickland (Mrs.
Alexander H) p from Leonard Dozier I, French Huguenot 3 Lunenburg Co. VA Will Book 4 Four of the Oldest. Scope and Content Norfolk County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records, The collection contains free negro certificates of registration and affidavits and vouchers pertaining to registrations, ; court orders certifying individuals are of Indian descent and are not free negroes or mulattoes, ; applications and petitions to register as a free negro in Norfolk County.
Record Book, Deeds, Etc., -Unpaged index, fo., p (Contains Superior Court of Law and Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery) Reel No. Ronald Dozier passed away in Norfolk, Virginia. The obituary was featured in The Virginian-Pilot on Febru Richard Dozier b.
France d. 26 Nov Westmoreland County, Virginia: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. Frank Dozier Brown County, Illinois - 15 Sep managed by Scott Gibbons last edited 23 Mar Edna Mae Dozier 07 Jan Norfolk, Virginia, United States Information on David Dozier family from SC from to s 6 Jul Richard P.
Dozier, b. Indian Territory, AR.As of sayher married name was Dozier. Census* 1 June Pocahontas listed as a household member living with James E. Dozier on the Census on 1 June at Saint Bride's Parish, Norfolk Co., Virginia.
3 Census* 1 June Family Research Society of Northeastern NC N. Ashe St. Elizabeth City, NC The Dozier Family Of Lower Norfolk County: A Reference by Anne Mailing and Abiatha Willis: Brenda Kipper: Pasquotank County, North Carolina Record of Deeds - (Includes present day Camden County) Gwen Bjorkman.