"The Cosbys of York County Virginia: 1737-1790" by Elizabeth Cosby Stafford Jenkins [Part 3 of 3].
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31 Unknown Petersburg Va. Notes Vol 1-10 Copies of Handwritten notes from Petersburg None LDS # 0850095 My #4
Martin's Hundred was in Warwick Denbeigh: mouth of Warwick Rives opposite lower end of Mulberry Island. the Coles and the Diggs lived there 1620- First House of Burgess had 2 Burgesses from each town, Hundred & plantation. eleven boroughs were represented in 1620. 1629-30 fort ordered to be built at Point Comfort. 1644 Every Negro man and woman and all white men of age 16-60 were considered tithable. 1677 Manakintown starts as a place for a fair or market for trade with Indians. 1619 Each borough should have a glebe of at lease 100 acres. Clergy to get a standing revenue of not less than 200 pounds. Although of 1621 legislature said "they could do with less" if the borough could not support 200 pounds. 1621 "East India School" starts in Charles City with $ form the East India Co. 1662 Tobacco valued at 12 shillings per 100 weight. Corn valued at 10 shillings per barrel. 1608 April 20th Nathaniel Causey arrives in the ship Pheonix. p21 p. 95 Nathaniel Causey is member of House of Burgess for Charles City. ?He has 162 3/4 acres? p. 116 Aston now owned land that I called Causey's Care. "Causey's Care" is bounded on south by creek formally called Walkin's Creek, Northerly into the woods, westerly by Shirley Hundred and easterly by land formally belonging to Nathaniel Causey. Causey's Care was 1632 acres in 1620's or is that in 1632 p. 118 1793 p. 12 there were 200 houses and 12oo people residing in Blandford - Henning p. 133 Cosby not on the early Henrico area tithable list 1720-1778 The old Glebe is opposite the south gate of Blandford 1837 Vestry sold the old church to Petersburg Oct 17, for $4,000. The old church was finished in 1806/8 and consecrated in 1814 on Dec. 14. 1625 p. 142 Cosby or Causey not listed in Jamestown p. 151 Causey Car "Nathaniel Causey came to Virginia in 1607. Lived at a place called Causey cove or Care. He patented 200 acres known as Cowseys Care near Kimage Creek. 1635 p. 153 Thomas Causey was granted 250 acres in Indian Field Charles City Co. and bounded due North by "Jordan's Journey" South by Chaplain's Choice which was settled by Isaac Chaplain.