2 edition of Alexander Spotswood found in the catalog.
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His most recent project was a book he was writing with his daughters, tracing the Spotswood family history back to before Alexander Spotswood sailed from Scotland to Jamestown in order to become the first colonial governor of the colony of Virginia in Williamsburg in Location: Charlottesville, VA. Alexander Elliott Spottswood was born on month day , at birth place, Virginia, to Alexander Spotswood and Elizabeth Spotswood (born Washington). Alexander was born on October 16 , in New Post, Spotsylvannia Co., VA.
The official letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia, –, now first printed from the manuscript in the collections of the Virginia historical society, with an introduction and notes by R.A. Size: 1MB. Anne Spotswood. Anne Spotswood, wife of Alexander Spotswood, lieutenant governor of Virginia during the colonial era, holds a book in this modern oil portrait. The painting by Emma Morehead Whitfield was based on an earlier portrait destroyed during the fire at the Executive Mansion in Richmond.
Alexander Spotswood correspondence by Alexander Spotswood; 1 edition; Subjects: Correspondence, United States, Virginia. Convention (), United States. Continental Army, Virginia; People: William Fitzhugh (), Joseph Jones (), Mann Page (), Dudley Digges (fl. ). Alexander Spotswood Discovers the Valley of the Shenandoah. By Dawn Bowen, J 1. Alexander Spotswood Marker. book by William Alexander Caruthers (–). (Submitted on Aug ) By Dawn Bowen, J 3. This marker is the most distant. The Shenandoah Valley Lies Ahead.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A short biography of one of Virginia's Royal Governors, Alexander Spot /5(3). Book/Printed Material The official letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of the colony of Virginia,now first printed from the manuscript.
Alexander Spotswood was born in the Tangier Garrison, Morocco, Africa about to Catharine Maxwell (c. - December ) and her second husband, Dr Robert Spottiswoode (17 September - ), the Chirurgeon (surgeon) to the Garrison.
Alexander Spotswood COTTEN: Notes: Alexander was a store keeper. He ran Cotton Ferry on the Chowan River. The house was first known as "Outlaws", then "Barfield", South Quay is on the Blackwater River. Deed in Deed Book F #1, Chowan Co., NC.
Alexander Spotswood book Publishing Committee herewith presents to the Society the first volume of the Oﬂicial Letters Of Alexander Spotswood, written during his administration () as Lieutenant Govemor Of the Colony Of Virginia, and printed from the Manu script in its Cabinet.
The text Of the volume includes the period from Jto J Author: Alexander Spotswood. The following submitted by Marla Webb, January 4, Deed in Deed Book F #1, Chowan Co., NC.
# pg. The Honorable Fredrick Jones, Esquire of Chowan precint to John Cotton, Gentleman and Martha his wife and Alexander Cotton, son of the sd.
John all of the sd. Precint. 18 April 5 shillings lawful money of this Province a lease for Born: Grigsby Farm and House of Alexander Spotswood Grigsby. The Smoked Yank by Colonel Melvin Grigsby (*Note – the full book and the reprints contain language as it was written in Full Version.
Newsletter reprints with analysis and comments: Part 1 – introduction, content, chapters I. Spotswood's Journey. 49 likes. A fictional and historical novel about life events of Alexander Spotswood, a Colonial Lt.
Governor of VA in the early 's. It is a fictional ers: Spotswood's Journey. 48 likes 5 talking about this. A fictional and historical novel about life events of Alexander Spotswood, a Colonial Lt. Governor of VA in the early 's. It is a fictional. SITTER: Alexander Spotswood () was born in Tangier, Morocco, his parents being Catharine Mercer (ca.
) and her second husband, Dr. Robert Spotswood, physician to the Earl of Middleton who then served as Governor General there. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Havighurst, Walter, Alexander Spotswood. Williamsburg, Va.: Colonial Williamsburg; distributed by Holt, Rinehart and.
the will of Alexander Spotswood, dated 3 octproved 1 Febnames his six children then living. "The Spotswood Family", by Charles Campbell,list John Spotswood, (but confuses him with his uncle, Captain John Spotswood ) and Elizabeth (Spotswood) Page.
Alexander Spotswood (), a British soldier, became lieutenant governor of the Virginia colony in America. Alexander Spotswood was born in Tangier, Morocco, where his father was an army physician at an English military base.
The family had been prominent in Scottish public life and strongly. Alexander Spotswood, Governor of Colonial Virginia, New York, AMS Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Alexander Spotswood; Alexander Spotswood: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonidas Dodson.
Alexander Spotswood of Fredksbg. to his brother, John Spotswood, of Orange Co. Whereas, the sd. Jno. Spotswood is possessed of several slaves it is conjectured the sd. Alexander may be entitled to.
Witnesseth, the sd. Alexander makes the sd. John, a clear. Alexander Washington Spotswood was born on month dayat birth place, Virginia, to Alexander Elliot Spotswood and Elizabeth Alexander Spotswood (born Lewis). Alexander was born on December 1in Orange, Virginia, USA.
Alexander Spotswood, with some partners, wished to obt acres of land (equal to a tract eight miles by eight miles) extending far to the west of Fort Germanna.
The new, undeveloped land, being exposed to the Indians, without roads, and having no. Whereas Upon The humble petition of Coll. Alexander Spotswood late Lieut. Governor of Our Colony of Virginia to us in That behalf made Were at Our Court of Saint James The 1st day of February in The Year with The advice of Our privy Council did Order That no Advantage Should be taken of The Invalidity of the Grant of the Sd Alexender.
Prayer Book there. His grandfather was equally loyal to the Anglican Church and the English monarchy, a loyalty which cost him his life at the hands of Parliament in Spotswood's parents, Dr. Robert and Catharine Elliott Spotswood, lived in Tangier at the time of his birth in Born at an English outpost.
She was married to Alexander SPOTSWOOD Gov. VA (son of Robert SPOTSWOOD and Catherine (Maxwell) ELLIOT) in in London, England. Alexander SPOTSWOOD Gov. VA was born in in Tangiers. He died on 7 Jun in Annapolis, MD. of "Porto Bello," James City County, Virginia. b. at Tangiers,d. 7 Jun, Alexander Spotswood was born in Tangier, Africa, son of Dr.
Robert Spotswood, in He was governor of the Colony of Virginia from After his term as Governor, he lived at Germana, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Inhe married Ann Butler Bryan, daughter of Richard Bryan of Westminster.
They had two sons and two daughters. He died at Annapolis, Maryland, inon his .The Official Letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia, Now First Printed from the Manuscript in the Collections of the Virginia Historical Society, Volume 2.