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Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia

Allen, James M. Jr.

Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia

some notes on his ancestry and a partial list of descendants

by Allen, James M. Jr.

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Published by J.M. Allen in Rocky Mount, N.C. (3324 Sunset Ave., Rocky Mount 27804) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia,
  • North Carolina,
  • Kentucky
    • Subjects:
    • Filmer family.,
    • Filmer, Henry, d. ca. 1670 -- Family.,
    • Clay family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.,
    • North Carolina -- Genealogy.,
    • Kentucky -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by James M. Allen, Jr.
      GenreGenealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.F493 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 180 p. ;
      Number of Pages180
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3995124M
      LC Control Number2001335469

      Major Henry Filmer (b. Bet. - , d. Bet. - ) Henry Filmer (son of Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall) was born Bet. - in East Sutton, Kent, Eng., and died Bet. - in Mulberry Island, Warwick Co., married Elizabeth Standards. Notes for Henry Filmer: British Officer, member of the House of Burgesses. FILMER, Henry Major {I} (b. , d. ABT )Note: He went to Cambridge in and is mentioned in Venn (University Directory for Cambridge) as follows: FILMER, HENRY. Matric. Pens. from QUEENS', Easter Of Kent. Doubtless 6th s. of Sir Edward (), of East Sutton.

      - Filmer baronets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Sir Edward Filmer born 17 Jn /66 in Kent Co., England, married Elizabeth Argall. Their son was Major Henry Filmer who died in in James City Co., Virginia. (25) Emanuel evidently served as captain of a company of Warwick militia, for a surviving court entry made shortly after his death referred to him by that title. 26 He and Robert Hubbard, (27) as churchwardens of Mulberry Island Parish, went to England in’April to secure a legacy to the parish under the will of Henry Filmer.

      Born in East Sutton, Kent, England on to Major Henry Filmer and Elizabeth Washington. Henry Filmer passed away on about in Virginia, British America. Relatives of Henry Filmer. Filmer daughter of Major Henry Filmer, a British Officer, whose wife's name was Elizabeth, both of whom were born in England. Henry Filmer was a member of the House of Burgesses from Charles City County, (Hening's Statutes, vol. 1.) They had issue: (1) .


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Get this from a library. Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia: some notes on his ancestry and a partial list of descendants. [James M Allen, Jr.] -- Henry Filmer was born in England. His parents were Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall. He married Elizabeth.

They emigrated in and settled in Virginia. He died in about Ancestors. Henry Filmer was born in England. His parents were Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall. He married Elizabeth. They emigrated in and settled in Virginia.

He died in about Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England and Virginia. Henry Filmer was born in England.

His parents were Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall. He married Elizabeth. They emigrated in and settled in Virginia. He died in about Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England and Virginia.

Includes Boddie, Burwell, Byers, Clare, Clay, Green, Rives, Simmons and related families. Henry Filmer received a B.A. from Queens College in and an M. from Queens College, Cambridge in He was a major in the British Army Militia in Viginia. He served in the Virginia House of Burgesses in and again in Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia by Allen, James M.

Jr.,J.M. Allen edition, in English. Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by Open Library Bot. December 5, | History. An edition of Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia () Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia some notes on his ancestry and a partial list of descendants by Allen, James M.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia a partial list of descendants: genealogical report,Compiled by James M. Allen, Jr., Rocky Mount, North CarolinaGenealogy Collection. State Library of North Carolina.

Henry Filmer was a burgess from James City county in the assembly of He resided in James City and Warwick counties. He was an officer of the British army of occupation.

He and his wife, Elizabeth Austin Filmer, daughter, son, cook and nephew Samuel, came to Virginia on ship John & Ambrose that embarked on Henry Filmer was born in England. His parents were Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall.

He married Elizabeth. They emigrated in and settled in Virginia. He died in about Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England and Virg. Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia: some notes on his ancestry and a partial list of descendants / compiled by James M.

Allen, Jr. He was from East Sutton, Kent and was brother to Elizabeth Argall Filmer, wife of Sir Edward Filmer and mother of Major Henry Filmer immigrant to Virginia.

Elizabeth Argall Filmer was the great-great grandmother of William, Lucy, and Martha Green who were later to marry into the Clay family with such astounding genetic results. Description: Henry Filmer was born in England.

His parents were Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall. He married Elizabeth. They emigrated in and settled in Virginia. He died in about Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England and Virginia. (See General Green Clay's manuscript, written about ) Thomas Green, "the Sea Gull," was the son of Thomas and Martha Green, immigrants from Holland, who settled near Petersburg, Virginia.

Major Henry Filmer and his wife, Elizabeth, married in England. They settled in James City County, which he represented in the House of Burgesses in Mentioned in Debora FLEETE's will, (Lothrop Withington, Virginia Gleanings in England p. Father gave lands & houses in Darrant after his mother died.

iv John FILMER born England. Father gave houses and lands in Yalding; in mother's will. v Reginald (Reynald) FILMER. vi Major Henry FILMER, born / 9. vii Mary FILMER. Henry Filmer (died ) was a 16th-century English Protestant martyr, one of the Windsor Martyrs, during the reign of Henry VIII.

Filmer was a Protestant tailor and church warden of St John's Church at Windsor who complained about the overly Catholic sermons of the vicar. He gained the support of the Bishop of Salisbury much to the consternation of a former Catholic mayor of the town.

Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia: some notes on his ancestry and a partial list of descendants / Catalog Record Only "Genealogical Research Report GR" "Novem " "Novem ".

Henry Filmer was born in England. His parents were Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall. He married Elizabeth. They emigrated in and settled in Virginia. He died in about Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England and Virginia. Category: Kentucky The New England Historical And Genealogical Register.

Elizabeth Standards was born in East Sutton, Kent, Eng., and died Aft. in England or Warwick, married Henry Filmer, son of Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall. Notes for Elizabeth Standards: testimony given by Elizabeth Filmer on and giving her age as 49 years.

More About Elizabeth Standards. In a letter Henry Filmer of Virginia wrote to [his uncle] Robert Filmer, Esq. back in England inhe states 'My wife & daughter with myselfe, present our humble service, with a like token ' Source: Peter Walne, '"Henry Filmer of Mulberry Island, Gentleman:" A Collection of Letters from Virginia, ,' The Virginia Magazine of.Download Pembroke Zetland ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.

Major Henry Filmer Of England And Virginia. Author: James M. Allen (Jr.) ISBN: WISC Genre: History File Size: MB Format: PDF Download: Read: Download eBook. The Biography section lists this and it appears in "Major Henry Filmer of England and Virginia, a partial list of descendants": genealogical report by James Allen,p [1] This allows for her to remarry Mr.

Marshall in about as is noted.