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The McNew family of Washington Co., Va.

compiled by Frank L. Baer
Baer, Frank L. (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, 98 leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.

Contents: [McNew-McVey names] Washington County, Va., general index to deeds, 1778-1877 -- [Snodgrass names] Washington County, Virginia, index to deeds, 1778-1877 -- [McNew names] general index to wills, Washington County, Va., 1777-1938 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va., minute books, 1841-1851 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va., will books, 1848-1853 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va., marriage register, 1785-1902 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va., Record of deeds, 1778-1797 -- Elisha McNew, Washington Co., Va., will dated July 26, 1827, proved August 21, 1827 -- Thomas McNew, Washington County, Va., will dated May 23, 1856, proved, June 23, 1856 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va. will book, 1792-1806 -- Snodgrass (collateral of) McNew, Washington County, Va., marriage register, 1785-1902 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va., register of births and deaths, 1853-1892 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Va., marriage register, 1782-1820 -- Samuel McReynolds deed to Elisha McNew, dated September 10, 1787 -- Thomas NcNew deed to Charles C. Gibson, dated March 29, 1842 -- Jonathan McNew, Catherine his wife, deed dated August 26, 1850 to Elisha McNew -- Elisha McNew deed to Thomas McNew and Elizabeth, wife; John Logan and Margaret, wife; Nancy Ivitt; Catherine Hachett, relict of John Hachett, deceased,

dated October 10, 1850 -- John McNew and George McNew, executers of Thomas McNew, dec'd, to John G. Kreger, deed dated August 17, 1857 -- John W. McNay - Celia J. McNay, Civil War pension application -- Elisha McNew, will dated Dec. 29, 1803, proved Jan. 17, 1804, Washington County, Va. -- Joseph Washam et al. vs. Elisha McNew et al. Washington County, Chancery order book, May 23, 1849 -- Evitt - Evet (and variants), marriages, Washington County, Virginia [1797- 1866] -- McNew marriages, Washington County, Virginia [1797-1901] -- Register of McNew marriages, females [1797-1901] -- Thomas McNew and wife, Elizabeth Evitt; Peter Davenport and wife, Nancy Evitt, deed to Elisha McNew, April 12, 1853 -- [McNew names] Washington County, Virginia, tax books, real estate, 1850-1876 -- William Evett, White Co., Tenn., will dated 28 December 1811, recorded 19 January 1813, Washington County, Virginia -- William Evett, inventory and appraisement, 1813 -- NcNew and collateral families, family records, Washington County, Virginia and State of Tennessee and Georgia -- Cemetery on the old Elisah McNew farm, near Lindell, Washington County, Virginia -- [McNew names] cemetery at Blackwell's Chapel, in Rich Valley, Washington County, Virginia -- [McNew names] Mahanaim Cemetery, near Clinchburg, Washington County, Virginia -- [Clark-

McNew names] Sinking Spring Cemetery, Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia -- [McNew names] burials near Clinchburg, Va. -- McNew from the death register, Washington County, Virginia [1853-1892] -- McNew and Evitt and collateral families, Washington County, Virginia, deeds [1810-1880] -- McNew, Washington County, Virginia, court minute books [1821-1838] -- McNew, Washington County, Virginia, Chancery Court records [1831-1876] -- McNew, Washington County, Va., wills, 1820-1882 -- Isaac McNew, will dated 28 October 1818, proved 20 October 1819, Washington County, Virginia -- McNew/Evitt/Foster, 1870 census, Washington County, Virginia.

Chiefly extracts, abstracts, and trancscripts of public records for the McNew and allied families of Washington County, Virginia, and elsewhere. Includes a brief genealogical sketch, taken chiefly from Bible and probate records.

Bryan McDonald and his wife, Mary McCombs McDonald, settled at Newcastle, Delaware, before 1689. In his will, probated in 1707, he mentioned seven children. His son, Bryan McDonald, married Catherine Robinson, and settled in Botetourt County, Virginia. In his will, probabted in 1757, he mentioned nine children. His daughter, Mary McDonald, married Tobias Smyth (d. 1757), the son of Ericus Smyth, a Swedish priest. They had four children. After her husband's death, Mary and her children settled at Glade Spring, Washington County, Virginia. Her daughter, Catherina Smyth, married Elisha McNew and settled near Glade Spring. They had thirteen children. Their daughter, Elizabeth MacNew (1797-1855), married Adam Thomas (1795-1886), son of Jacob and Louis Schults Thomas. They had fourteen children, 1816-1840. The family lived in Sullivan County, Tennessee. Includes West and Bowen descendants.

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