4 edition of Nicholas Martiau, Virginia Burgess found in the catalog.
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com and I will email the photo s. During the reign of Henry II 1547 — 1559 the Huguenots became strong in Nicholas Martiau and influence within France. He was also a magistrate for forty years. 1619: Given power of attorney by Lord Henry Hastings, 5th Earl of Huntingdon. As the Protestants called the Catholics papistes, so the Catholics called the protestants Huguenots.
There are 1,007 names listed. I Virginia Burgess fortunate to have photographed the cemetery while most were still readable — some were not. Chiskiack, or Yorktown, was at first a frontier settlement, exposed to attack by Indians, and grants of land were given to those who would settle there; but in 1644 this danger was removed by the migration of the Chiskack Indians from the York River to the Pianketank, where the tribe died out.
Nicolas Martiau, the Adventurous Huguenot. Martiau's plantation eventually included 1300 acres among which is the site of Yorktown today.
There is an alphabetical listing of those married, sorted by last name of groom, including the date of marriage.
1962— — Hollywood actor, known for• You can use the search feature on your Kindle to find a particular name. Volume I contains marriages from the following counties, which includes the Virginia Burgess of inception for the county.
Thomas Hill Mary Hill: daughter of Mary Peirsey Hill, born in England, married Col. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia and elsewhere. It is interesting to note that three places were selected by him for immediate fortification; and of the three one was Old Point Comfort, now the site of our principal fort for the defense of Chesapeake Bay; Fort Monroe, Virginia.
1626: Required by the General Court to take oath of supremacy.
In working on my genealogy of ancestors from the Jamestown Colony, I learned of a man named Nicholas Martiau, 1591-1657, who holds a strong place in American and Virginia history! Anne Cary Langhorne soon remarried, a member of another prominent Tidewater family, Benjamin Harrison III of Charles City County.
He came to VA in 1620 and naturalized both himself and his name.
This Peter Biever would have been our Peter Bever, Jr.