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Castle"s Woods and early Russell County, 1769-1799

James William Hagy

Castle"s Woods and early Russell County, 1769-1799

by James William Hagy

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Published by Russell County Historical Society in Lebanon, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Castlewood (Va.),
  • Russell County (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • Castlewood (Va.) -- History.,
    • Russell County (Va.) -- History, Local.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James William Hagy ; with maps by John H. Bounds.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF234.C36 H33
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 118 p. :
      Number of Pages118
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4459057M
      LC Control Number79122193

      Castle's Woods and Early Russell County, By JAMES W. HAGY. Lebanon, Virginia: Russell County Historical Society, vi, pp. $ THE author's purpose in detailing the early history of the first settlement in the area that became the present Russell County is disarmingly simple-"to tell the story of. She then says that he is not mentioned in any of the New River tithable lists, but there was a Jacob Castle in Russell County in (this would be a reference to the land warrant which belonged to John Donoho). She says that Russell County history contends that Jacob had at least two sons, Jacob Jr. and Joseph.

        Finally, like too many of its contemporaries, it departed from the landscape. Few 18th century homes survive in Russell County today. When the earliest settlers from points east, north, and south arrived in what would become Castle’s Woods, actual settlement was prohibited by . Russell County Histories and Genealogies. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) Ancestry. Castle's Woods and early Russell County, Family History Library Compilation of Published Sources MyHeritage. Periodical Source Index (index to million articles in historical and genealogical publications) FindMyPast.

      Joseph Castle abt Castles Woods, Russell County, Virginia - abt 28 Feb managed by Pat Credit last edited 15 Nov Asbury Benson Castle 17 Aug Holley, Olean County, New York, United States - 28 Dec managed by Skye Sonczalla. George Castle abt managed by Bill Castle. Others came from Pennsylvania. They settled in early Floyd and Lawrence Counties, which were later divided into present day Boyd, Elliott, Floyd, Johnson, Lawrence, and Martin Counties. They were mostly of English, Irish, Scotch-Irish or Anglo-Saxon extraction and made their living by farming the hilly terrain or working in the coalmines.


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Castle's Woods and early Russell County, by James William Hagy; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Local History; Places: Castlewood (Va.), Russell County (Va.). Hagy, James William, and John H Bounds. Castle's Woods and early Russell County, Masters Thesis for Department of History East Tennessee State University.

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OLD MILLS OF FAR SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA, in Addington, Luther F., and Emory L. Hamilton. Historical Sketches of Southwest Virginia. (Virginia, USA. In one of the crucial periods, from September of until June ofBoone, with his nine member family, had their home at Castle's Woods which is today's Castlewood in Russell County, Virginia.

In that period, as a participant in Dunmore's War, he was a Captain of Virginia Militia commanding forts along the Clinch River. John Wood Captain Daniel Smith's Company of Fincastle Militia* William Armstrong Virginia Colonial Militia, (Baltimore: Genealogical Book Co)org pub pp Hagy, James William Castle's Woods and Early Russell County, (Lebanon, VA: Russell County Historical Society) pp Hale, John P.Harman in the Augusta and Montgomery county areas.

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