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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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38 York county Clerk York County York county Deeds 1763 to 1777 None LDS #0034422 My #39

Deed Book #7 1763 to 1769 p. 286 William Cosby of Williamsburg sells negro woman named Patt on Nov. 8, 1766 to James Smith Anderson for 26 pounds 11 shillings and 9 pence. Reworded May 18, 1767. p. 202 Blovet Pasteure sells lot in Williamsburg to Wm. Taebell for 22 pounds 10 shillings. p. 327 Mackendree buys negro woman who will be delivered at the death of present owner Ann Godwin.

Deed Book #8 1769 to 1777 p. 498 Philip Burt and wife Ann sell land Dec. 18, 1775.

York county Clerk York Co. York County Rent Rolls for 1704 None LDS # 1064761 My #46

Item #7 1704 James Causbee 400 acres Richard Burt 200 acres No indication of a more specific location.

York Hampton Parish York York Hampton Parish Records 1648-1800 None LDS #0030819 My #45 Next to no Cosbys. It is strange. They are supposed to live in this area but they are not listed in marriages or deaths. How can this be?? Only listings are: p. 7 Capt. John Cosby <The actual entry looks like Capt John Caussey> Capt of the ship Catherine died June 9, 1691. p. 56 Mary Cosby, daughter of William by Hope his wife born Aug. 13, 1741 baptized Aug. 28, 1741.