2 edition of Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland found in the catalog.
Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland
J. B. Craven
Limited ed of 25 copies.
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Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland: with notes and documents illustrative of their family connections ; Publications of the Scottish History Society (Volume Ser. 2, Vol. 13 (Vol. 3) (February, ) ). Joseph Hart genealogical information on early York County, SC settlers. His collection is in the Family Research Center in York, SC. Mr. Hart shows George Ross’s father as Francis Ross, b. ca. 1 George Ross b. prior (son of Francis Ross bc) m. prior VA to Sarah McCullough York Co, SC.
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Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland: with notes and documents illustrative of their family connections by Craven, J. (James Brown), Pages: Soon after his appointment the " Disruption " took place, when he at once, and at considerable self-sacrifice as to his The Family of Cravie or Craven.
33 future, having the prospect of one, if not two, presentations to parishes in the south of Scotland, cast in his lot with the new Free Church, and in October of was ordaiued — Mr, afterwards Dr, Nixon, of Montrose, presiding — to the small.
A selection of almost printed items relating to the history of Scottish families, mostly dating from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes memoirs, genealogies and clan histories, with a few produced by emigrant families.
The earliest family history goes back to AD Histories of Scottish families > Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland  Author: Craven, J.
(James Brown), Date printed: Histories of Scottish families > Memoranda relating to the family of Forbes of Waterton  Author: Forbes, John, Date published: CONTENTS Page DerivationofName, 1 Cravie 1 Visittherein 2 EarliestFamilyHistory 2 AndrewM'Crave— 3 ElspetM-Crevie— " 3 JohnCravie— 4 CroftCravie 4 GeorgeC.
Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland: with notes and documents illustrative of their family connections by Craven, J. (James Brown), Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland With notes and documents illustrative of their family connections.
By the Reverend J.B. Craven. Genealogical collections concerning the sir-name of Baird, and the families of Auchmedden, Newbyth, and Sauchton Hall in particular () Genealogical collections relating to the family of Cravie or Craven in Scotland with notes and documents illustrative of their family connections () Genealogie of the Sainteclaires of Rosslyn.
Books about Angus and Kincardineshire. Bibliographies. Neil Craven (ed.) - A Bibliography of the County of Angus (Forfar: [Ernest Simpson Mann], ) James Fowler Kellas Johnstone - A Concise Bibliography of the History, Topography, and Institutions of the Shires of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University, ) - here.
The Society, based in Edinburgh and founded inhelps with research into Scottish family and local history. Run by volunteers, we can advise you at all stages in your research.
Members and visitors will always get a friendly welcome at the Library & Family History Centre. Course fees may be paid online in the Society's Online Shop. In the latter, it’s an English regional name denoting a person from a district so named in West Yorkshire, from the British word related to the Welsh word craf, meaning garlic.
The place name is recorded as Crave in the Domesday Book of AD. Genealogical Collections relating to Noblet, Noblat,Noblot and Noblets, John Noblit, PA: Ferris & Leach, Norman Genealogy, William Norman, privately printed, Lineage and Biographies of the Norris Family, Leonard Morrison, Boston: Damrell & Upham, THE SCOTTISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY FAMILY HISTORY INDEX H.
HACKET see GORMAN. HADDIN LKS. T 1 page Family tree linking families of Haddin, AITKEN, JOHNSTON, SWINTON. HADDIN see MENZIES 2. HADDOW see LAMB. HADFIELD see DESKFORD. HAFF NETH see ALLEN. HAGERTY see LITTLEJOHN.
HAGGARTS T. Craven County, NC Vital Records. Where can find Craven County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Craven County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.
An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May Notes taken from Northern Notes & Queries. Tree of the family of Stirling, Cameron and Strarudie in Fife.
A booklet on the family in Coupar Angus and Edinburgh. The families of Kinhilt and Drumore, most probably taken from P.H.M'Kerlie's, 'Lands and. Archdale County was created 3 December from Bath County and was renamed to Craven County in ; County seat: New Bern Carteret was formed from Craven inwith several boundary changes through the s.
New Hanover was formed from Craven in Johnston was formed from Craven in Part of Beaufort was annexed to Craven in. About This Collection. This collection consists of records related to North Carolina land grants, which are organized first by county, then by certificate range.
Each land grant file consists of an envelope, or "shuck", on which summary information was recorded about the grant, as well as warrants, surveys, and other documents. The counties within Scotland have changed over the course of time, the three major political acts which changed the local government administration of the counties were: Local Government (Scotland) Act ; Local Government (Scotland) Act ; Local Government (Scotland) Act Craven has been the name of this district throughout recorded history.
Its extent in the 11th century can be deduced from The Domesday Book but its boundaries now differ according to whether considering administration, taxation or religion.
Toponomy. The derivation of the name Craven is uncertain, yet a Celtic origin related to the word for garlic (craf in Welsh) has been suggested as has the Ceremonial county: North Yorkshire. The Family Records collection groups the most useful records for genealogy, including marriage and death notices and cemetery records.
Digital North Carolina, contributions from cultural heritage institutions across the state, this site has digitized newspapers, yearbooks, photographs, city directories, genealogies, yearbooks and more.
About 80 percent of the settlers of colonial South Carolina were of English origin. Many of them came by way of Barbados and other colonies rather than directly from England. A group of Dutch settlers from New York came to South Carolina in Another smaller group was of French origin, mostly descendants of Huguenots, who came to the area beginning in More numerous were.Digital Resources: Genealogical Research alien registration and naturalization, Bible records, genealogy and information literacy playlist on YouTube, genealogy research, and North Carolina family records online.
Collection Description [edit | edit source] Collection of country court records so large it has not all been cataloged.North Carolina Statewide Online Genealogy Records. This chart shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county or town), go to Locating Online Databases., and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.