3 edition of Heirs of Dr. Theodorick Bland, deceased. found in the catalog.
Heirs of Dr. Theodorick Bland, deceased.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||To refer heirs of Theodorick Bland to Court of Claims|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims|
|The Physical Object|
Cert. of Theodorick BLAND, Surveyor, re above, dated 16 Jan /2. Herein the name of KEETH is sp. KEETCH. No mention of given names of his son and dau. (Cavaliers & Pioneers, North Neck Grants No. 1, , Supplement). SW: DOWNING. 4 Oct North Neck VA Patent Book Capt. William DOWNING. A. in Stafford Co. Wrnt. to Mr. BLAND. It is said that after the death of William Massie, the father, his widow Martha married Theodorick Bland.* 19 THOMAS4 MASSIE (William3, Thomas2, Peter") was first captain in the Revolutionary service, and was promoted to major. At the fall of Yorktown he was aide to General Nelson. After the war he was a member of the Order of the Cincinnati.
"Dr. Hall says that Malachi and Hannah had three sons "and seemingly a daughter who married the Rev. Alexander Bedgegood." & their Increase Ten Soup Silver Spoons Ten Small ditto unto Nathaniel Saunders and James Saunders Sons of my said deceased Wife & the Heirs of their Body forever. +Theodorick BLAND III of Causons +Elizabeth BLAND. on the Brs. of Kettle Stick adj. Theodorick Bland, Wallis & Micajah Perry, £1.S Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume V, page [This land was regranted to .
Pryor was born near Petersburg, Virginia to Theodorick Pryor, a grandson of Richard Bland, and Lucy Atkinson. He graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in and from the law school of the University of Virginia in The following year, he was admitted to the bar, but abandoned law on account of ill health. Collection is open to all researchers. Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, such as the Virginia Public Records Act (Code of Virginia. § ); and the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (Code of Virginia § ).
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Upon the death of Francis Meriwether's widow inthe land was divided among his heirs, and the "Bathurst" tract fell to the wife of Theodorick Bland. Bland sold it to Francis Smith who married Lucy, a daughter of Francis Meriwether.
From them it descended to their son Meri- wether Smith, first member of Congress from that district, patriot.
BLAND, Theodorick, (nephew of Richard Bland), a Delegate and a Representative from Virginia; born at Cawsons, on the Appomattox River, Heirs of Dr.
Theodorick Bland Petersburg, Prince George County, Va., Ma ; was sent to England to be educated; studied medicine in Edinburgh and was admitted to practice; returned to his home in and engaged in extensive practice; took an active part in the. BLAND, THEODORICK, (nephew of Richard Bland), a Delegate and a Representative from Virginia; born at Cawsons, on the Appomattox River, near Petersburg, Prince George County, Va., Ma ; was sent to England to be educated; studied medicine in Edinburgh and was admitted to practice; returned to his home in and engaged in extensive practice; took an active part in the.
The Bland Papers: Being a Selection from the Manuscripts of Colonel Theodorick Bland, Jr., of Prince George County, Virginia. 2 vols. Deceased. book, Va., description ends ).
In his will of 5 Nov. Bland made his wife the sole executrix and primary heir of his estate (Va. Mag., description begins Virginia Magazine of History. Edward Bland, merchant, Lawnes Creek Par. in Va., had certain possessions, whereas after the death of Edward Bland, Mr.
Theodorick Bland, late of Westover in Charles City County, one of his Majesties Commissioners of State of Virginia, afterwards deceased, and Theodoric Bland by power from John Bland and Co, calling to account all who were. Appears in books from Page - Majesty, or any of his subjects, and shall and may be assets for the satisfaction thereof, in like manner as real estates are, by the law of England, liable to the satisfaction of debts due by bond or other specialty.
THEODORICK BLAND PRYOR first honor man of Princeton University and scholar of Cambridge University, England died young. He was prepared for college by Gordon McCabe of Richmond. His short career was one of unprecedented brilliancy. ROGER ATKINSON PRYOR, now a lawyer in New York City. MARY BLAIR PRYOR married Francis Thomas Walker 5.
Richard Pryor (son of John), who married Anne Bland, daughter of Rev. William Bland and Elizabeth Yates, "had nine children" (see Dr. Pryor's diary): William Bland, Mary Ann, Richard, Samuel, Elizabeth Yates, Theodorick Bland (others died in childhood), Mary Ann married John Atkinson, son of Roger Atkinson, of Olive Hill.
Peter Bland and Martha W., his wife, of Nottoway Co., to Richard Dennis, Sr., of same, £; acres adjoining the lands of the estate of Richard Bland, deed., John Parham and David Sturdivant, Peter Robinson and Leath's Creek, or mill pond of said Robinson, said land conveyed by said Dennis to said Peter Bland by deed in the year Essex Co VA Deed Book 22; Antient Press: (Page ) KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I THEODORICK BLAND of the County of PRINCE GEORGE Gent am firmly bound unto FRANCIS SMITH of the County of Essex Gent.
in the sum of Four hundred pounds Current money of Virginia the Sixteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & Forty one WHEREAS.
The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book. James Blakemore's Will and Wills of Theodorick Bland, Thaddeus Kosciuszkio and Will Fragments: Will of John Carter [Jr.], of Corotoman, Will of Dr.
William Marshall. Beginning March 2nd, the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. John Randolph (June 2, – ), commonly known as John Randolph of Roanoke, was an American planter and a politician from Virginia, serving in the House of Representatives at various times between andand the Senate from to He was also Minister to Russia under Andrew Jackson in After serving as President Thomas Jefferson's spokesman in the House, he.
To the Honorable Theodorick Bland, Chancellor of Maryland: Humbly complaining shew (?) unto your honor your orators Peter Sauerwein and George Sauerwein of the City of Baltimore that they received a Judgment in Anne Arundel County Court at April Term eighteen hundred and twenty-nine against a certain Brice B Brewer of the City of Annapolis for the sum of five hundred and twenty-six dollars and.
- Theodorick Bland - 11th Maternal Great Grandfather. 12th Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses. A Virginia politician, merchant and planter.
Father of Richard Bland. Life of Theodorick Bland Pryor, First Mathematical-Fellow of Princeton College, provides priceless insights into that brief and tragic history.
Mudd Library holds Theodorick’s biographical material, including testimonials from classmates and numerous clippings from contem-porary newspapers after his death. Peter Knight sold the tract to John Bland, an eminent London Merchant. Mary, his wife, had died 17 Jan with the birth of a stillborn son.
After Nathaniel's death inthe General Assembly of Virginia in /60 ordered Mr. Drummond as agent of the Co-heirs of Nathaniel Basse to pay to Theodorick Bland of Westover, lbs tobacco.
Charles City County Order Book,image ; Charles City County Order Book,image image 1 of 1 | history. Zoom in to read each word clearly. Some images may have writing in several directions.
To rotate an image, hold down shift-Alt. Theodorick Bland in the Cavalry, that said enlistment took place in the year and [text too faint to discern] until '78 in said Cavalry to the North, that in the year he was a recruiting officer in Petersburg and Prince George, and your memorialist believes was a Captain, and are.
Roger Atkinson Pryor (J – Ma ) was a Virginian newspaper editor and politician who became known for his fiery oratory in favor of secession; he was elected both to national and Confederate office, and served as a general for the Confederate Army during the American Civil he moved to New York City to remake his life, and in brought up his family.
Theodorick Bland to St. George Tucker Dr. Tucker Phila. Augt. 27th I have Just time to acknowledge the Rect. of your Postscript with the letter Enclosed.
I am sorry in hearing from you that my fathers health is so bad--& am extremely destressd that he has never written me a line in answer to the numerous letters I have written to him.List of books-Value of fictiom4nvitation to remove LEGAL ARGUMBNT.
GOODWIN et al. vs. LUNAN. to Monticello-Offer prayers to Mrs. Skelton. I To MESSRS. INGLIS AND LONG, JUNE IITH Legal matters. iii PA01 V 3 5 I1 16 3s.It does not appear by the Books of this office that any military Land bounty warrant has issued to and under the command of Colonel Theodorick Bland, and afterwards on Continental establishment, and with the Army under General Washington, I was well and intimately law and next of kin to the said Major Would Jones deceased – which is.