Joyner of Southampton

a study of Thomas Joyner of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and his descendents in eastern Virginia and North Carolina, with emphasis on the Joyners of Southampton County, Virginia, including brief sketches of related families and abstracts of pertinent public records
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Statementby Ulysses P. Joyner, Jr.
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LC ClassificationsCS71.J74 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination233 p., [7] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL4925280M
LC Control Number76351629

Joyner of Southampton: A study of Thomas Joyner of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and his descendents in eastern Virginia and North Carolina, with and abstracts of pertinent public records Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ulysses P Joyner (Author) See all formats and editions Beyond your wildest dreamsAuthor: Ulysses P Joyner.

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Joyner of Southampton: A Study of Thomas Joyner of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and His Descendents in Eastern Virginia and North Carolina, with Emphasis on the Joyners of Southampton County.

They crossed the Blackwater: The first settlers of Southampton County Virginia Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ulysses P Joyner (Author) See all formats and Author: Ulysses P Joyner. Description: In Augustin Southampton County, Virginia, Nat Turner led a bloody uprising that took the lives of some fifty-five white people—men, women, and children—shocking the South.

Nearly as many black people, all told, perished in the rebellion and its aftermath. Joyner of Southampton: a study of Thomas Joyner of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and his descendents in eastern Virginia and North Carolina, with emphasis on the Joyners of Southampton County, Virginia, including brief sketches of related families and abstracts of pertinent public records (Book, ) [].

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Verona, Va.: McClure Printing,   FHL Book Wwe [Joyner] Joyner, Ulysses P. Joyner of Southampton: A Study of Thomas Joyner of Isle of Wight County, Virginia and His Descendants in Eastern Virginia and North Carolina with Emphasis on the Joyners of Southampton County, Virginia.

Verona, Virginia: McClure Printing, Available at FHL. [Joyner] Berryman, Ann Williamson. 16 JOYNER (WILLIAM III5, WILLIAM II4, THOMAS II3, THOMAS2, JOYNER1) was born in Southampton County, Virginia, and died Septem in Wake County, North married PATIENCE VICK, daughter of JOSEPH VICK and MARGARETT was bornand died Abt.

in Wake County, North Carolina. Notes for MOSES 1 JOYNER.

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the first settlers of Southampton County, Virginia This edition published in by U.P. Joyner, Jr. in Joyner of Southampton book, VA ( Little Skyline Dr., Orange ).

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Names of Family in Southampton County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Marriages Southampton County was created in from Isle of Wight County, and part of Nansemond County was added later. During the 17th century, shortly after establishment of Jamestown inEnglish settlers explored and began settling the areas along Hampton Roads.

Joyner: Basic Facts & Information. Joyner (GNIS FID: ) is a populated place located in Southampton County at latitude and longitude The elevation of Joyner is feet.

Joyner appears on the Yale U.S. Geological Survey Map. Southampton County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours). Source extracted from Joyners of Southampton, by Ulysses P. Joyner Jr. Thomas Joyner died in Isle of Wight, Virginia (IDB 1/) (Isle of Wight Deed Book 1, page ).

His will was proved by affidavits of Theophilus Joyner, Ann Lane, Thomas Lucas, and Elizabeth Cooke,   Joyner, Ulysses P. They Crossed the Blackwater: The First Settlers of Southampton County, Virginia.

Orange, Va.: U.P. Joyner, / FHL Book H2j ; DNA [edit | edit source] DNA has been collected for purported descendants of the. Daniel Joyner is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Warwick, U.K, and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Georgia Center for International Trade and Security, USA.

He was previously a Senior Associate Member of St. Antony's College, Oxford University, UK. John Simpson, University of Southampton 'Overall, the book is well written. The parentage of Thomas Joyner is unofficial and unproven., There is a Joyner family in Bere Regis, Dorset, England, and a is plausible line, but there is no proven connection beyond family genealogies.

Research Notes From Joyner of Southampton, Ulysses P. Joyner,Pages THOMAS JOYNER () CHILDREN with SARAH ELIZABETH.

Book 1, p, abstracted by Hopkins] 7 Apr William Copeland, Sarah Jordan, Richard Reynolds, Ambrose Hadley witnesses to will of John Portis, recorded 9 October [Isle of Wight Will & Deed Book 2, p, abstracted by Chapman] Isle of Wight. Completed in this railroad ran through Sedley, Sebrell, Joyner, and Burdette.

For Southampton County, like so many other communities, the First World War meant hearty send-offs for local soldiers, liberty drives, fuel shortages, and parades for the returning heroes. Perhaps the most notable hero was Colgate W.

Darden, Jr. Deed Book 2: Pages 14 Mar Isaac Mason to Benjamin Clifton, acres on the north side of the Nottoway River adj. Robert Ricks, Lazarus Joyner, William Harris, and William Scott Jr (patent to sd. Isaac on 15 Sep ), Signed: Isaac (I) Mason, Wit:. -> Birth @ Southampton, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom.

ORCHARD was the maiden surname for the mother of Samuel John JOINER a Male born during Apr-May-Jun in the Registration district of Southampton. Note: the Birth was registered as Joiner not Joyner The Joyner Family Tree shows his birth day as 14 May BRITT & wife of Southampton Co.

to MOODY of Surry Co., deed, () ~ see also Southampton Co. Chancery case Feb Matt Harris: SCOTT & wife to IRWIN of Southampton Co., deed, ~ 1a., adjoining Jerusalem: Mar Matt Harris: SCOTT & wife to VICK of Southampton Co., deed, () ~ 30a., adjoining Jerusalem ~ bond.

unto Bridgman Joyner of Isle of Wight County a on S side of the main black Water Swamp in sd County 40 shillings and Importation of eight persons whose names are Peter Garland, Grace Garland, Thomas Garret, Philip Evans, John Thomson, Lewis Codd, Margt Longland and John Banks A) at the mouth of the Cyprus Swamp then up sd Swamp P to.

The book includes sketches of original land patents in Isle of Wight and Nottoway Parish of Southampton County. Joyner said, “I had hoped to complete sketches of more Southampton patents, but age and health make it impossible.

I hope someone will continue my efforts.”. John's Church register: German Reformed and Lutheran, Augusta County, Virginia: () by Peggy S Joyner (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 48 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

This book was digitized by: The Brantley Association of America Special appreciation is extended to Alvin Washington of Norfolk, VA., who alone, indexed, by draft, this entire Will Book, this April/May, A copy of the digitized records and its index have been presented to Rick Francis, Clerk of the Southampton County, Virginia probate court.

Signed: James Joyner Wit: Nathan Williams, Francis Gregory, Nehemia Joyner. Recorded February Ct. [Northampton County Deed Book 1, page ] Proved by Arthur Pittman 8 November [Southampton County, Virginia Will Book 1, page ] I include this here because it so clearly identifies the wife of Samuel Hayes.

Cal, If you descend from Isom or Isham Joyner (it is spelled both ways in various documents), he and his wife Elizabeth Westcott are named in the will of Ebenezer Westcott, her brother. The will was written in and filed in Richland Co, SC. The will is in the online records of the SC Archives.

~ Southampton Co. native, d. 24 JunPetersburg, age 75 ~ interred in the MANRY (GRAY) family cemetery, near Joyner: May Carolyn Keen & Bruce Saunders: Charlie Ernest JACKSON, recently retired Arlington Co.

employee ~ Gates Co., NC native, d. 24 JulArlington, age 63 ~ interred in Rosemont Cemetery, Sedley: Oct Bruce. Southampton W B Will of grandfather, Giles Smelly, dated 25 Nov R 11 Dec Leg. Moses Joyner son of William Joyner BUTE CO.,N.C. DEEDS REGISTERED IN DEED BOOK 2, Warren County Registry DB-2, page 15 March Born in Courtland, Southampton, Virginia, United States on 13 Feb to Moses Barnes Joyner and Martha Turner Lankford.

Henry Joyner married Indiana Virginia Butler and had 14 children. He passed away on 21 Jun in Courtland, Southampton, Virginia, United States.Born in Southampton, Virginia on to Jessy Joyner/Joiner and Priscilla Vick.

Levina Joyner married William Bradshaw and had 2 children. She passed away on