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The Maryes of Virginia, 1730-1985

1995 supplement
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The Maryes of Virginia, by Eberhart, Edith Whitcraft; Robertson, Adaline Marye, Pages: The Maryes of Virginia, [Edith Whitcraft Eberhart; Adaline Marye Robertson] -- Jacques Marie Sr.

() renounced the Roman Catholic faith (in sympathy for the Huguenots), and went to England, where he anglicized his name to James Marye Sr. and studied to become an. The Maryes of Virginia, supplement by Eberhart, Edith WhitcraftPages: Get this from a library. The Maryes of Virginia, [Edith Whitcraft Eberhart; Adaline Marye Robertson].

The Maryes of Virginia, Statement of Responsibility: researched, compiled and published by Edith Whitcraft Eberhart and Adaline Marye Robertson.

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Published: () Swiss family Worman, Author: Worman, Dorothy Elsie. The Maryes of Virginia, by Edith Whitcraft Eberhart 1 edition - first published in The Maryes of Virginia, Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., “William Bose Marye dies at 93; historian, antiquary.” Baltimore Sun, 27 October Scope and Contents This collection contains a small amount of materials such as correspondence and financial records from two families, the Maryes.

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Baltimore: Gateway Press, Civil War and 4 th Generation Genealogy; The American Genealogist and New Haven Genealogical Magazine, Volume IX,New Haven. Records of the Marye and Staige Families of Virginia by William Bose Marye (son of William Nelson Marye). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. EBERHART, EDITH WHITCRAFT AND ADALINE MARYE ROBERTSON - The Maryes of Virginia EBERHART, EDITH WHITCRAFT AND ADALINE MARYE ROBERTSON - The Maryes of Virginia EBERHART, ELSIE SWARTZ - Three Swartz/Schwartz Men of Floyd and Clark County, Indiana EBLE, DOROTHY NELSON - Trager Trails Past and Present.

I found alot of information in the book titled "The Maryes of Virginia ," by Eberhart and Robertson. My grandmother Annie Louise Weaver, daughter of Ella Modesitt and Lewis Weaver, descendant of the Jacques Marye and Letitia Staige, was born in and grew up in Luray.

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4 Jul St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia - Probate: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. The Maryes of Virginia:c Eberhart, Edith Whitcraft & Adaline Marye Robertson DOREMUS: The Doremus Family in America., c Index to Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z, December Junec Duncan, Patricia B.

Plus if you do a google search with the name James Marye you will find alot of information, including the theory that Sr. started a school for slave children and that he taught George Washington. There is a book I have been trying to locate titled THE MARYES OF VIRGINIA by Edith Eberhart.

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FHL Film Item 2. [Agee] Agee, Louis Agee Register: A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Mathieu Agee, A Huguenot Refugee to Virginia. Marriages, Hardin County, Mary J. Jones. R Mary Randolph (August 9, – Janu ) was an American author, known for writing The Virginia House-Wife; Or, Methodical Cook (), one of the most influential housekeeping and cook books of the 19th century.

She was the first person known to be buried at what would become known as Arlington National Cemetery. Marriage Records of Brunswick County, Virginia, [Fothergill] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Sources. Rogers Index in the Filson Club, Louisville, Kentucky "Genealogies of Virginia Families": William and Mary College Quarterly Colonial Virginia Source Records, 's. The Virginia Catholic Conference represents the mutual public-policy interests of the Diocese of Richmond and the Diocese of Arlington.

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