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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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36 Weisiger, Benju Prince George Prince George County Tills and Deeds 1713-1728 929.3 CR None

Nothing. It's too early

Weisiger, Benjamin Chesterfield Chesterfield Co. Wills 1776-1802 Not in CR Notes from Mom and Dad's visit to Heritage Library, New Kent Co.

Cosbys = Ann, Charles, John, Martha and William p.333 Will of John Cosby of Charles City Co. p.356 In the Will are William, John and Charles p.373 p. 383 p. 392 Wm. Cosby granted administration of John Cosby's ?estate p 120 Sherif to administer estates to Wm. Cosby and Randolph Johnson

Weisiger, Benjamin III Charles City Charles City Records 1737-1774 ?? Mrs. Pomeroy's Shelf None

From Feb. Court 1761 p. 140 George Minge is security to estate of May Day. From April Court 1761 p. 252 Deed from Benjamin Buck to John Cosby From April Court 1762 p. 384 John Cosby and wife Ann filed a deed to William Finch. On p. 391 Ann relinquished her dower rights to the land. Will and Deed book 1766-1774 p. 474 John Cosby evaluates James Thompson's estate Recorded Aug 4, 1773 p. 452 David Minge's deed Nov. 18, 1772 p. 374 Will of Agnes Finch witness: John Cosby Recorded July 1, 1772 George Marrable is security.