2 edition of John Chewe, some descendents in Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio found in the catalog.
John Chewe, some descendents in Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio
Dorothy Clendenin Chew
by D.C. Chew in [Dalton, Ga. (1212 West Lake Shore Dr., Dalton 30720)]
Written in English
|Statement||[Dorothy Clendenin Chew, Mahlon Hopkinson Chew].|
|Contributions||Chew, Mahlon Hopkinson, 1912-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.C528 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||82145054|
John Dangerfield Thomas Chew John Bell, Henry Beverley Towles. At a court held.. 28th February presented by Milly Chew, executrix therein named.. Ambrose Madison and James Taylor, her securities bond in the penalty of two thousand pounds. === Orange County, Virginia Will Book 3: Antient Press]; Page [Maryland Archives. ] JONES, William (in Virginia ), "in London, joyner". [Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, XIX, ] SMITH, Joseph (d ), Essex; mentions in his will his deceased brother John Smith, late of Bedford, merchant and his brother, James Smith, of Rosse Ireland. Essex Records. [Some Emigrants to Virginia, 2nd Edition.
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Likely the John Chewe who inherited twenty pounds from his father-in-law John Broddyll in a will dated this year. Listed erroneously in some sources as Joseph Chew. One IGI record suggests that his parents were RC and E instead. Chewe * Whalley Parish, Lancashire ENG + 09 03 Billington. Some counties may have Adopt Me prominently displayed in the table of county pages, which means that we need a volunteer to host the webpages as part of VAGenWeb. To volunteer for a adoptable county in Virginia, or to express your interest in adopting a county should it become available, contact Fred Spradlin State Coordinator.
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Includes Clendenin, Henshaw, Hopkinson, Mattison and related families. John Chewe () immigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia inmarried twice, and died in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Descendants lived in Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, West Virginia and elsewhere. Also available on microfilm. Chew's dwelling lay within the precincts of James City. In he had grants for some acres "in the County of Charles River," later called York County, and had probably been living in there for some years.
In John Chew was a resident of both Virginia and Maryland. Owings and Allied Families: A Genealogy of Some of the Descendants of Richard Owings I of Maryland New Orleans, La.: Polyanthos, FHL Film Item 4.
[Owings] Owings, Addison D. and Elizabeth S. Owings. Owings and Allied Families, A Genealogy of Some of the Descendants of Richard Owings I of Maryland. Terry, Miss. Undaunted Pioneers Our immigrant ancestor, John Chew (), may have first come to the new world in with Captain John Smith when the first few hundred settlers landed in Virginia.
If he did, he then returned to England, married and started his family. There is evidence to show that he was planning his permanent move for several years, as early as The Maryland branch of Chews descends from John Chew () of Virginia who was born in Lancashire, England and immigrated to America twice.
The New Jersey line, descends from John Chew. Need evidence that Jane Chew is daughter of Larkin Chew of Virginia. 29 Oct My john Chew came here Circe He was Norman and came to England John Chewe 13 May Free-Space Genealogy pages: Adventurers of Purse and Person CHEW family Jamestowne, Virginia Colony managed by Lynette Jester.
CHEW is one of my lines on which I haven't done much personal reseach. Robert L. CHEW published a book called *A Genealogy of the Chew Family,* in Allegedly John CHEW of VA is the same as baptised 16 Dec. at Whally, Lancashire, England, and named in his father's will in (when he was 88 years old).
Dora’s eighth great- grandfather, John Chew,has an illustrious history in the colony of Jamestown, Virginia, and qualifies her to join the Jamestown Society. We can verify in The Genealogy of the Chew Family by Robert L.
Chew,published by the Gloucester County Historical Society, Woodbury, N. that John Chew was a Burgess in. I know that in some cases there are people in the mids or earlier who belong to some of the families, but their parents are unknown, so these people are not always included in these lists.
ALMONY Descendants of John Almony of Baltimore Co., CHEW Desecendants of John Chew/Chewe of England & Virginia. 6 cialive hearts, and generous impulses, and open purses, waiting to hail with joy the advent of the book, but he also will find some non-appreciative ones, who willentertain the idea that a book the sales of which willnever reach copies, may be sold as cheap as a spelling-book which will be sought by a million purchasers.
The author of this book is now in his 79th year, and he. Although I have listed this John Chew as the father of John Chew who came to Jamestown, VA, and founded the Chew family of Virginia and Maryland, this has not been proven. Some sources list the acestry of John Chew, the immigrant, as Somersetshire.
However, none of this can be proven. This ancestry seems to be the most likely of those proposed. Thomas John Chew Williams, Folger McKinsey Full view - History of Frederick County, Maryland: From the EarliestVolume 1 Thomas John Chew Williams Full view - Reviews: 1. COL.
JOHN CHEW, of Somersetshire, England, b.d.immigrated to Virginia in the “Charitie,” His wife, Sarah, came later in the “Sea Flower.” In he was a member of the House of Burgesses from Hog Island, and in from York Co., Va. His son, Samuel, moved to Maryland and settled in Calvert Co.
From the Virginia Rent Rolls we find other early settlers, who later came to Maryland. There was a grant to John Chew, gentleman, of five hundred acres, in the County of Charles River, due said Chew for the adventure of himself and nine persons on July 6th, The record shows that John Chew came to Virginia inand again in The best transcription of the Musters is in Virginia F.
Meyer and John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, –, 3d ed. (Richmond: Order of First Families of Virginia, ).
Another census was conducted inbut is apparently lost. Virginia Vital Records. Virginia electronic records for genealogical research. Marriage records, deed books, will books, personal property tax lists, births, deaths, census, maps, etc.
Iberian Publishing Company supplies reference works for genealogical research. We have over 1, genealogy books for Virginia and the Southeastern United States. John Chew (Calvert Co., ) Samuel Chew (Anne Arundel Co., ) Capt.
Thomas Claggett (Calvert Co., ) Thomas Claggett, Jr. (Calvert Co., ) * These people are no longer qualifying ancestors since the requirement was changed to be in Maryland by Decem In any case, numerous family trees disagree on the origins of our primary immigrant ancestor, John Chew, who arrived in James City, Virginia Colony, in aboard the vessel "Charitie".
Some are certain he was born in orand in Chewton, Somerset, or Worcestershire, or Whalley Parish, Lancashire. The preponderance favors Somerset. This is a selective list of some of the more important Virginia family histories or collective genealogies in the Library. To ascertain whether or not the library has a printed genealogy of a specific family, look in the online catalog under the family name (e.g., “Walker Family”).
John Chew, Sr., was a justice of York County, Virginia., toand about the latter date removed to Maryland, where he died in Joseph Chew, borndied(in Anne Arundel County, Maryland., where he removed from York County, Virginia., aftermarried a daughter of a Mr.
Larkin of Annapolis. Appearing on the list or in book without documentation in no way constitutes proof of a qualifying ancestor.
The National Inquirer will review the status of the ancestor and determine if he or she continues to be a qualifying ancestor. John OH/PA. Cadwallader, John Wales/PA. Cadwallader, Sr., John PA. Callison, James IRE/VA/TN. Cann.The present village of Chewton Mendip, Somerset, five miles northeast of the Cathedral city of Wells.
The River Chew rises nearby and flows into the Avon between the cities of Bath and Bristol, the port city so central to the development of Virginia's tobacco trade in the 17th and 18th centuries.BIRTH NAME: John Chew BIRTH: abt Chewton, Somersetshire, England FATHER: John Chewe b Lancashire, Eng d Worcestershire, Eng MOTHER: Elizabeth Gott b Lancashire, Eng SIBLINGS: Samuel Chew b Dyna Chew b Susan Chew b Hester Chew b Sarah Chew b MARRIAGE 1: England SPOUSE 1: Sarah Gale Bond b Lancashire, Eng d Maryland .