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"The Cosbys of York County Virginia: 1737-1790" by Elizabeth Cosby Stafford Jenkins [Part 3 of 3].

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34 Vestry New Kent Vestry Book of New Kent County 1706-1786 929.3755 CR None The Firths: Samuel is one of the first freeholders.

Virginia Genealogical Society Louisa Some Marriages in the Burned Record Counties of Virginia 929.3755 CR None p. 25 Nov. 15 or 25, 1838 Wm.H. Cosby and Amanda Marshal. St. Martin's Parish Register p. 30 St. Martin was in Louisa and ajoining county of Hanover.

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography ZVariety Genealogies of Virginia Families ?? CR None

In 1722 there is a Charles Mortimer in Essex Co. (Vol. I) John Cosby's will is 1761. John, Amy, Martha Garland p. 671 of Vol. II It is all Cosby Duke info.

Virginia Genealogical Society Zwar Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions 929.3 CR None

No Firths James Cosby was supposed to be on p. 8 but he wasn't. p.87 Mark Cosby of York Co. Oct 20, 1800. He accepts payment for widow and orphan of James Muscrove. p. 119 Martha Mattox and William of Prince George Co. are part of a suit. P.B. Thweat is also and Benoni Tackett. p. 121 Dr. Charles Mortimer was the doctor at Fredericksburg Feb. 1787. He treats John Tharp (Thorpe). p. 130 William Cosby in Louisa Co acts as security.