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References

 

 

 

 

References
(Provided by Brent D Bragg - 2008)

1.

Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 1, Page 1, Will dated June 11, 1736. 
Robert Kaiser
http://www.genforum.genalogy.com

 

2.

Chesterfield, Virginia, 1792 Will of William Bragg. 
Robert Kaiser
http://www.genforum.genalogy.com

 

3.

The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA., Virginia State Land Office.  Patents No. 12, 1724-1726. 

  • August 17, 1725, Henrico County, Description:  135 acres on the north side of Appomattox River.

  • The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA., Virginia State Land Office.  Patents No. 14, 1728-1732, (pt.1 & 2), p. 14 (Reel 11).

  • September 28, 1730, Prince George County, Description:  350 acres on the lower side of Flatt Creek adjoining William Kennon, and William Dunevant.

4.

The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.,

Survey Report  Image, SR 11981,   Exchequer Queen’s Remembrancer, Port Books, Chester, Controller, p. 1.
 

5.

http://www.heritage.umd.edu/chrsweb/nps/Petersburg/PetersburgMainUnit/Chapter 4C.htm     

“Charles Friend owned a plantation of 802 acres during the Civil War, a plantation that had 36 adult slaves in        1860 (PG Co. Personal Property Tax 1860). Unlike the homes of the vast majority of neighbors, the Friend dwelling survived the siege. However, $2000 of a total value of $3240 was deducted in 1865 for           destruction of buildings. The dwelling stood into the twentieth century; a photograph in the park archives in Petersburg shows a two-story frame house and suggests a two-room deep or "double pile" floor plan.”
 

6. http://arlisherring.com/tng/getperson.php?personID=I068434&tree=herring
Robert Bolling, b. 24 Mar 1751, Prince George Co., VA 
 
7. Ward, Dulaney, The Petersburg Siege Museum, Petersburg, Virginia.
 
8.

The Petersburg Index (Petersburg, VA), Oct. 25, 1870. Film 128, The Library of Virginia.
 

9. The Daily Post (Petersburg, VA), Jan. 22, 1887. The Library of Virginia
 
10.

John Hart, Collection of Confederate Letters and Receipts, 1860-1868, Accession 20234, Personal Papers Collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
 

11 Chataigne’s Petersburg Directory, 1889-90, p. 90.
 

 

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