1 edition of Estep, Thomas, Sr., c. 1709-c. 1772, of Frederick County, Maryland and his descendants found in the catalog.
Estep, Thomas, Sr., c. 1709-c. 1772, of Frederick County, Maryland and his descendants
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Estep, Thomas, Sr., circa 1709-circa 1772, of Frederick County, Maryland and his descendants|
|Statement||compiled by Margaret Elizabeth Vidal ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Vidal, Margaret Elizabeth.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.E77 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 744 p. :|
|Number of Pages||744|
|LC Control Number||94222343|
Born June 25, , Married Julia Algusta Estep July 27, , and Died oct 29, From - Family from notes by Frances Perry Brickey in Harold Peters' Estep family notebook. Family details from ESTEP, Thomas Sr (cc) of Frederick County, Maryland, and his Descendants, by Vidal, Millichampe, Wheland, and. I'm trying to find out about the Thomas clan who originally settled in St. Mary's county in the 's. I'm a direct descendent of Benedict Bennett Thomas b. His father's name was Mark Thomas and I'm trying to learn where he was born. Many thanks, Mark Mitchell.
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This website is set up for submission of new material, as well as corrections, as it pertains to data in the book ESTEP, THOMAS SR. (cc) of FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND AND HIS DESCENDANTS compiled by M. Vidal, et al. Estep lineage to this family can be traced back to THOMAS ESTEP, SR., who was born around the yearin Frederick County, Maryland.
There is no documentation to prov this, but Thomas was probably a son or grandson of the immigrant, Richard Estep (b. ), from Stepney Parish, County Middlesex, England, who came to Charles County, travelingartsfiesta.com: Providence United Methodist Church Cemetery.
They have produced an excellent, well documented treasure that traces the descendants of Thomas Estep of Frederick County, MD, from his first documented appearance in "the colonies" through the next six or seven generations. This is undoubtedly the best Estep genealogy in print. Sr., Thomas, Sr.
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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Title: Estep, Thomas, Sr., C. Get this from a library. Estep, Thomas, Sr., c.of Frederick County, Maryland and his descendants. [Margaret Elizabeth Vidal;]. Died abthe is on tax list and not later - Thomas, Jr.
sold his land in Thomas Estep, Sr. is possibly son of Immigrant Richard or Joseph, is more probably a grandson of the immigrant, Richard Estep.
Thomas probably had a brother, William, with whom he owned the land, "Toms and Wills, Valleys and Hills". Our lineage to this family can be traced back to THOMAS ESTEP, SR., who was born around the yearin Frederick County, Maryland. There is no documentation to prov this, but Thomas was probably a son or grandson of the immigrant, Richard Estep (b.
), from Stepney Parish, County Middlesex, England, who came to Charles County, Maryland. Nov 05, · In the book Thomas Estep, Sr., (c.
c) of Frederick County, Maryland and His Descendants, the writers listed many early references to the name Estep. In Britain, inquisitions were conducted from after a death to determine what. SOURCE: Estep, Thomas, Sr. - c. ) of Frederick County, Maryland and His Descendants compiled by Margaret Elizabeth Vidal, et al (), pp.
v and vi. The above information does not prove the origin of our surname but provide suggestions. Feb 21, · Are your LAWSON ancestors on WikiTree yet.
Search 7, then share your genealogy and compare DNA to grow an accurate global family tree that's free forever. It was listed on travelingartsfiesta.com "Estep: Thomas, Sr. (Cc) of Frederick County, Maryland and His Descendants" by Margaret E.
Vidal. It is a most impressive volume. pages in length, It's four to six pages related to your Great-Grandfather includes a reprint of a newspaper article from shortly before World War I of him talking about his.
ESTEP Thomas, Sr. (cc) of Frederick County, Maryland and His Descendants. "Estep Connections" (EC) is for anyone with an Eastep / Esteb / Estep / Estepp (and similar spellings) line wanting to get in touch with other Estep researchers, especially those with same ancestors.
Here is all the information on the book: “Thomas Estep, Sr. of Frederick County Maryland and Descendants” Also written as “ESTEP Thomas, Sr.(cc) of Frederick County, Maryland and His Descendants” Compiled by Margaret Elizabeth Vidal, Mary Mellichampe, Linnaria Wheland, and Martin F.
Hanson. M.D. Church records kept by churches may include information such as births, marriages, deaths, burials, christenings, membership lists, names of ministers, etc.
Locating church records in the United States can be challenging because some churches did not record anything, some records were kept but have since been lost, and the records are kept in many locations. Family from "ESTEP, Thomas Sr (cc) of Frederick County, Maryland, and his Descendants,"by Vidal, Millichampe, Wheland, and Hanson.
Children of second marriage fromEstep Book. All but Alexander and Joseph are listed as "possible." Scott CoPersonal Property Tax List: (Hiram Kilgore Dist, 1 tithable, 1 cattle, lived near Samuel Estep).
Additional information on Estep surname In the Thomas Estep, Sr. book by Margaret E. Vidal, et al, on pages v and vi, the author mentioned that "a large number of Esteps were found along the Welsh border in the counties of Shropshire (Salop), Gloucester, travelingartsfiesta.com a few were found in Worcester, Strafford, Warwick, Oxford, Middlesex, and a.
Frederick County erected from Baltimore and Prince George's counties. Ohio Company established trading post at Will's Creek on Potomac River. John Stevenson (c. ) shipped cargo of flour to Ireland, first in an export trade that spurred development of Baltimore.
It seems unlikely he was age 17 when Thomas Jr was born inso we will arbitrarily make him 21 at Thomas Jr's birth, giving him a birthdate of c ↑ Vidal, Margaret Elizabeth.
Estep, Thomas, Sr. (cc) of Frederick County, Maryland and his descendants. Full text of "Maryland records, colonial, revolutionary, county and church, from original sources" See other formats.Will of Thomas Easteb (Esteb) Rowan County, North Carolina Book G page 28 In the name of God, Amen, I Thomas Easteb, of the county of Rowan and state of North Carolina, being at this time in a sound state of health, both of body and mind and calling to mind the mortality of the body, and knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die.Family from "ESTEP, Thomas Sr (cc) of Frederick County, Maryland, and his Descendants," by Vidal, Millichampe, Wheland, and Hanson.
11/3/ An indenture between Hiram Kilgore and Samuel Strong as part of a survey granted to James Dysart between Obeys and Plank Camp Creeks referred toa conditional line between John Casteel and.