St Stephens Wall brook & St. Benet Sgerehog. 1835 Fred Goldsmith to Margaret Gilloch. Witnesses Fred & Isabell Gillock. Names they found = GILLOUGH or KILLOUGH nil........ this concludes Glenna's search.
Earliest found by us in America, Virginia Ancestry of President Truman, page 53 at the bottom: on Nov 2, 1674 Josias ship witnessed a power of attorney from Francis Triplett to James Gillock found by cousin June (Gillock) Willmon, in Okla. City, OK.
What my wife & I found in our travels in America; counties, states
Being in the State of Virginia, 1976, in most we were just guessing, we were there and thought we would look and in most it was worth while, however, and, probably very important, I did not go to Warsaw, Richard Co., and went right thru Tappahannock, Essex Co., VA. Just thought "Why Waste Time" and "Did Not Look", after returning home and learning the following, I wonder what might be "Found".....
Cousin June (Gillock) Willmon found in Oka. City Library F233,E S 1, W 681 MR1655-1900... Forward...
"Old Rappahannock County Va. embraced lands lying on both sides of the Rappahannock River and was organized in 1656, being formerly a part of Lancaster County which was organized in 1652.
Courts were held alternately on the north and south sides of the river but all records were kept in the Court House on the south side. There are some records, such as, land grants, deeds ect. of earlier dates that 1656 which were recorded under the name of Lancaster County and remained as records of Rappahannock County after the division was made.
In April, 1962, Old Rappahannock County was divided into two distinct counties, the river dividing the same, the North side became
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