Dateline: Virginia: 6 March 1631/32: Twenty members of the House signed this petition asking for all sorts of favors and permission to make the Colony profitable.
Collected together in one post for your convenience, this is the Revolutionary generation. Washington and Jefferson appear. Lots of other names and great for research.
Put together in one post for your convenience, this is a list of members for the House of Burgesses. Lots of names. Great for research. George Washington appears in the lists for the first time.
In one post for your convenience, this is a membership list of the House of Burgesses from 1712 to 1761. Lots of names here. Great for research, both historical and family.
Dateline: Virginia, 1660-1712. This post is about the membership list of the Virginia House of Burgesses. Primary sources are offered in this post. Great list of names for family research too.
Dateline: Virginia, 1619-1660. This post is about the membership list for the Burgesses. Long list of names for family research too. Some of them are royal gateway ancestors.
This post, using primary documents like wills, traces President Munroe’s ancestry back to the original immigrant, with other collateral families.
Thomas’s mother Jane Randolph descends from one of the most prominent families in Virginia. Records show her family line is part of the royal gateway ancestors (royal descendants who moved to America). His paternal ancestry goes way back in Virginia history.
This post covers the end of his life. How generous was he? What did he do for society just before he died?
George Washington had no natural children, so the names in this post, from primary sources, are his siblings, parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, and cousins.