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Alice Granbery Walter Genealogy Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Boush and Nimmo Families Genealogies

Cornick Family Genealogy

Herbert Family in America (Volume 1), English Roots

Herbert Family in America (Volume 2)

Hoggard and Hogwood Families Genealogies

The Hoggards of Poplar Hall

Haggard Family; Ivy and Argent Families Genealogies; Langley and Thelaball Families Genealogies

Nash Family; Powell Family Genealogy; Robins/Robyns Family Genealogy; Shepherd Family

Tatem Family Genealogy; Thurmer, Mackentosh, Mallicote, and Ransha Families Genealogies; Woodhouse Family Genealogies

Moseley Family; Adam Thorowgood and His Descendants and John and Sarah Offley

Willoughby 1483-1800s in England, Barbados, and Lower Tidewater Virginia

Genealogies for Tidewater Families (A through G)

Genealogies for Tidewater Families (H through L)

Genealogies for Tidewater Families (M through S)

Genealogies for Tidewater Families (T through Z)

Lower Norfolk County Books A - E; Warwick County Extant Records

Lynnhaven Parish History and Register, 1639-1968; Lynnhaven Parish Register 1838-1913; Genealogical Collections Concerning Families in Scotland; Princess Anne County Cemetery; Puggett's Neck

Research for Map of Lower Norfolk County, Virginia

Published Charts - Lower Tidewater Colonial Families; Genealogical Charts Tidewater Virginia, 1600-1900

Alice Granbery Walter's copies of the books: "The Granberry Family and Allied Families, Including the Ancestry of Helen (Woodward) Granberry" by Edgar F. Waterman, 1945 and "John Granbery, Virginia" by Julian Hastings Granbery, published by Alice Granbery Walter, 1964.

Alice Granbery Walter's Miscellaneous Files

Hoggard Research (Box 1 of 3)

Hoggard Research (Box 2 of 3)

Hoggard Research (Box 3 of 3)

Oversized Materials: Maps

INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, A-G

INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, H-N

INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, O-Z

INDEX CARDS: SUBJECT, A - MARRIAGES

INDEX CARDS: SUBJECT, MAS-Z

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, A-BARRINGTON

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, BARTEE-BROE

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, BROOKS-CHER

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, CHESHIRE-CRO

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, CHROMPTON-ELLIS

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, ELWES-GOLD

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, GOM-HARRIS

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HARRISON-HERBERT, Tabitha

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HERBERT, Thomas-HOGGARD, Ruth

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HOGGARD, Samuel-IVORY

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, IVY-KEELING, Susan

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, KEELING, Thomas-LAWSON

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, LAYDON-MAR

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, MARKHAM-MOORE

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, MORGAN-MY

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, N-PEMBROKE

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, PEN-ROBINS

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, ROBINSON-SK

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, SM-THOROGOOD, Adam

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, THOROGOOD, Adam I-WALKE

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, WALKER-WILLOUGHBY

INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, WILLOUGHBY-Z

ENGLAND & BRITISH WEST INDIES

ENGLISH SURNAMES

MISCELLANEOUS #1

MISCELLANEOUS #2

ARTICLES BY GEORGE H. TUCKER & MARY REID BARROW

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Title: Alice Granbery Walter Genealogy Collection, 1600-1975Add to your cart.

ID: 001/01/MSS 0000-049

Primary Creator: Walter, Alice Granbery

Extent: 58.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged in original order: papers were initially housed by Alice Granbery Walter in three-ring binders. Arranged by surname or subject.

Date Acquired: 04/11/1991

Subjects: Genealogy--Research, Hampton Roads (Va. : Region), Norfolk (Va.), Norfolk (Va.)--Genealogy, Princess Anne County (Va.), Tidewater (Va. : Region)--Maps, Warwick County (Va.)

Forms of Material: Clippings (information artifacts), Genealogies (histories), Geological maps, Indexes (reference sources), Manuscripts, Maps (documents), Negatives (photographs), Pedigrees, Photocopies, Photographs, Silhouettes

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains genealogical research gathered by Alice Granbery Walter. The material includes photocopied documents, newspaper clippings, pedigree charts, notes, manuscripts, photographs, negatives, and maps spanning from the 1600s to the 1970s. Prominent surnames include Boush, Nimmo, Cornick, Herbert, Hoggard, Hogwood, Haggard, Ivy, Argent, Langley, Thelaball, Nash, Powell, Robins, Shepherd, Tatem, Thurmer, Mackentosh, Mallicote, Ransha, Woodhouse, Moseley, Thorowgood, and Willoughby.

Biographical Note

Alice Granbery Walter was born on August 2, 1908 in Norfolk, Virginia. She was a long-time resident of the Norfolk area. Walter was a descendant of the Hoggard family of Poplar Hall in Norfolk, Virginia. She was an artist, historic preservationist, and genealogist. She was a recipient of the Garden Club of America Historic Preservation award. Walter led the fight to save the Old Coast Guard Station. She published eight books of historical and genealogical records, 50 genealogical pedigree charts, and several maps. Walter died on May 30, 2003 at Westminster Canterbury in Virginia Beach, Virginia and was buried at Elmwood Cemetery in Norfolk, Virginia.

Subject/Index Terms

Genealogy--Research
Hampton Roads (Va. : Region)
Norfolk (Va.)
Norfolk (Va.)--Genealogy
Princess Anne County (Va.)
Tidewater (Va. : Region)--Maps
Warwick County (Va.)

Administrative Information

Repository: Sargeant Memorial Collection

Access Restrictions: This collection is open to all researchers.

Use Restrictions: The status of copyright for these materials is governed by Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. C.). Copyright restrictions may apply.

Acquisition Source: Purchase; Alice Granbery Walter and Christina Brown by donation

Preferred Citation: Alice Granbery Walter Genealogy Collection, MSS 0000-049, Sargeant Memorial Collection, Norfolk Public Library, Norfolk, Virginia.


Box and Folder Listing


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[Box 1: Boush and Nimmo Families Genealogies],
[Box 2: Cornick Family Genealogy],
[Box 3: Herbert Family in America (Volume 1), English Roots],
[Box 4: Herbert Family in America (Volume 2)],
[Box 5: Hoggard and Hogwood Families Genealogies],
[Box 6: The Hoggards of Poplar Hall],
[Box 7: Haggard Family; Ivy and Argent Families Genealogies; Langley and Thelaball Families Genealogies],
[Box 8: Nash Family; Powell Family Genealogy; Robins/Robyns Family Genealogy; Shepherd Family],
[Box 9: Tatem Family Genealogy; Thurmer, Mackentosh, Mallicote, and Ransha Families Genealogies; Woodhouse Family Genealogies],
[Box 10: Moseley Family; Adam Thorowgood and His Descendants and John and Sarah Offley],
[Box 11: Willoughby 1483-1800s in England, Barbados, and Lower Tidewater Virginia],
[Box 12: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (A through G)],
[Box 13: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (H through L)],
[Box 14: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (M through S)],
[Box 15: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (T through Z)],
[Box 16: Lower Norfolk County Books A - E; Warwick County Extant Records],
[Box 17: Lynnhaven Parish History and Register, 1639-1968; Lynnhaven Parish Register 1838-1913; Genealogical Collections Concerning Families in Scotland; Princess Anne County Cemetery; Puggett's Neck],
[Box 18: Research for Map of Lower Norfolk County, Virginia],
[Box 19: Published Charts - Lower Tidewater Colonial Families; Genealogical Charts Tidewater Virginia, 1600-1900],
[Box 20: Alice Granbery Walter's copies of the books: "The Granberry Family and Allied Families, Including the Ancestry of Helen (Woodward) Granberry" by Edgar F. Waterman, 1945 and "John Granbery, Virginia" by Julian Hastings Granbery, published by Alice Granbery Walter, 1964.],
[Box 21: Alice Granbery Walter's Miscellaneous Files],
[Box 22: Hoggard Research (Box 1 of 3)],
[Box 23: Hoggard Research (Box 2 of 3)],
[Box 24: Hoggard Research (Box 3 of 3)],
[Box 25: Oversized Materials: Maps],
[Box 26: INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, A-G],
[Box 27: INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, H-N],
[Box 28: INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, O-Z],
[Box 29: INDEX CARDS: SUBJECT, A - MARRIAGES],
[Box 30: INDEX CARDS: SUBJECT, MAS-Z],
[Box 31: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, A-BARRINGTON],
[Box 32: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, BARTEE-BROE],
[Box 33: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, BROOKS-CHER],
[Box 34: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, CHESHIRE-CRO],
[Box 35: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, CHROMPTON-ELLIS],
[Box 36: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, ELWES-GOLD],
[Box 37: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, GOM-HARRIS],
[Box 38: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HARRISON-HERBERT, Tabitha],
[Box 39: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HERBERT, Thomas-HOGGARD, Ruth],
[Box 40: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HOGGARD, Samuel-IVORY],
[Box 41: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, IVY-KEELING, Susan],
[Box 42: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, KEELING, Thomas-LAWSON],
[Box 43: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, LAYDON-MAR],
[Box 44: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, MARKHAM-MOORE],
[Box 45: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, MORGAN-MY],
[Box 46: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, N-PEMBROKE],
[Box 47: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, PEN-ROBINS],
[Box 48: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, ROBINSON-SK],
[Box 49: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, SM-THOROGOOD, Adam],
[Box 50: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, THOROGOOD, Adam I-WALKE],
[Box 51: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, WALKER-WILLOUGHBY],
[Box 52: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, WILLOUGHBY-Z],
[Box 53: ENGLAND & BRITISH WEST INDIES],
[Box 54: ENGLISH SURNAMES],
[Box 55: MISCELLANEOUS #1],
[Box 56: MISCELLANEOUS #2],
[Box 57: ARTICLES BY GEORGE H. TUCKER & MARY REID BARROW],
[Box 58: Negatives],
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Box 25: Oversized Materials: MapsAdd to your cart.
Folders 5-16 are located in SMC Vault Drawer 14.
Folder 1: Published Maps, 1956, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Historic Virginia Peninsula: "Birthplace of English-Speaking America", 1956Add to your cart.
Brochure. Featuring the Red Tour. Published by the Chamber of Commerce, Newport News, Virginia.
Item 2: The City of Chesapeake Virginia: fifth largest in area in the United States!, undatedAdd to your cart.
Brochure.
Item 3: Virginia Beach, Virginia, Accommodation Directory, undatedAdd to your cart.
Brochure. Published by the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Item 4: Norfolk Resort Area, undatedAdd to your cart.
Colorful map drawn by Day Lowry, published by the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce.
Item 5: Map of Saint Paul's Church in detail, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Negative Photocopies of Articles, 1884, 1950Add to your cart.
Item 1: Narrative and Critical History of America, Volume 3, Justin Winsor, 1884Add to your cart.
Pages 166-168, plus Smith's map of Virginia, plate 27, De Bry, Grand Voyages Part 1, Frankfort, 1590, page 464, and Farrera Map.
Item 2: The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1950 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
"The First Maps of Virginia, 1590-1673" by Coolie Verner, pages 3-15.
Folder 3: Property Maps, 1745-1960sAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Barker and Joel Land Division, 1745 January 18Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Rebeccah Barker, Hannah Joel, and Susannah Joel, division of their land on Broadcreek, their guardian was Alex McPherson.
Item 2: Plan of W. Vaughan's Land - Broad Creek, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies.
Item 3: Plan of Dennis Whitehurst Plantation, 1800 October 28Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 4: Petition of JOHN WILLIAMS with sketch of "Lovett's Orphans Plantation Line", 1763Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Princess Anne County Loose Papers, 1763-1764, Box 3 Subdivision A-5 Folder marked Loose Papers, 176(3).
Item 5: Land of Thomas Haynes bordering on Tom Hunter, James Griffin, and Wm Colley, Princess Anne Co., Parish of Lynnhaven, 1758 October 23Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Surveyed by G. Nimmo.
Item 6: Division of land between John P. and Jaromine Hunter and Jas and Mary Nimmo, circa 1950s-1960sAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Princess Anne County, Deed Book 6, page 663, division of 799 acres surveyed March 3, 1746/7, presented in court May 20, 1747 by John. P. Hunter and Jaromine his wife cmptts. with Jas Nimmo and Mary his wife defts. Drawn by Alice Granbery Walter.
Item 7: Virginia Beach Sun-News, "The soil of Princess Anne began the history of the United States", 1954 November 11Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Map of the Dudlies - Keeling 1823 Survey pp. 264,2 #1, Princess Anne County. Lists the division of Adam Keeling's land between Solomon Keeling, John T. Keeling, Adam Keeling, and a John Lovett is also mentioned.
Item 8: Names mentioned in this survey are: James Nimmo, James Hutchings, McClanahan, and Thomas Dorento, 1760-1761Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Princess Anne County, Loose Papers, Box A-2 62-512 (1760-61). Names mentioned in this survey are: James Nimmo, James Hutchings, McClanahan, and Thomas Dorento.
Item 9: Plat of the Land whereon Miss Prudence Thelaball lives with the division lines agreeable to the Report of the Commissioners, 1794 July 1Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Princess Anne County, Deed Book 35, page 90a. Also mentioned: Mr. Shelton, Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter, and Capt. Frederick Boush.
Item 10: Shenstone Green by Sadie Scott Kellam (Mrs. V. Hope Kellam), circa 1935Add to your cart.
Photocopy. On page three, a map shows the Tully E. Moseley land and the John I. Nimmo land which had a brick house on the property.
Item 11: Princess Anne County Maps, Capt. Joseph White - White Plantation, 1771 May 21Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 12: Plat for Laurel Green (Keeling Property), 1849 OctoberAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Other names mentioned: James Gaskins and Capt. Kemp.
Item 13: Road proposed from Kempsville to Mr. Murdens, 1784 July 8Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Survey of the land where a road is proposed from Kempsville to Mr. Murdens. Names mentioned: John Hayne Plantation, John Gornto Plantation, and Robert Holmes Plantation.
Item 14: Map of Rolleston, circa 1811Add to your cart.
Hand-drawn by Alice Granbery Walter. Newton on Hoskins Creek on which borders White's Land - Baxter's Land Morses Bridge at tip end of creek (N. on Hoskins Creek).
Item 15: Land adjoining Wilson Whitehurst near the line of Princess Ann and Norfolk County, 1865 May 8Add to your cart.
Photocopy. A Plan of a Tract of land situated in swamp near the line of Princess Anne and Norfolk County adjoining the land of Wilson Whitehurst containing 50 acres lately purchased by W. R. Steam & Co. and surveyed by A. V. Hennicke.
Folder 4: Miscellaneous Maps, 1776-1967Add to your cart.
Item 1: Maps of Norfolk and Princess Anne County Parishes, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Letter to Alice Granbery Walter from Alice E. Ball. One copy of map colored with crayon.
Item 2: Settlements and year of establishment, 1957Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Jamestown 350th Anniversary Booklet #19.
Item 3: Duplicate of C.W. Sams, Park Place Annexation and Atlantic City Annexation, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 4: Duplicate of C.W. Sams, Huntersville Annexation, Kensington, up to Tanners Creek, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 5: Map of the Early Settled Parts of Virginia, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies.
Item 6: Relative Positions of the Virginia Indian Tribes Seventeenth Century, 1957Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Jamestown 350th Anniversary Booklet #18.
Item 7: Albemarle Sound, 1957Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Jamestown 350th Anniversary Booklet #7.
Item 8: A View of the Great bridge near Norfolk in Virginia where the Action happened between a Detachment of the 14th Regt: and a body of Rebels, circa 1776Add to your cart.
Photocopies. William L. Clements Library, Clinton Map #281.
Item 9: Town of Great Bridge boundaries taken from "History of Norfolk County, Virginia", 1962 June 24Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Written by Col. William H. Stewart.
Item 10: Yorktown, Virginia and the surrounding area, 1967 July 19Add to your cart.
Photocopy. A finished pen and ink drawing showing the principal towns within about a 30-mile radius of Yorktown. Counties are also indicated. Simcoe Papers.
Item 11: Hand drawn map of Princess Anne Co. from Lynnhaven Inlet to Pungo to Kemps, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies. Listing some of the land owners: A. Keeling, J. Thorogood, W. Atcheson, Col. Elligood, Mayo, H. Cornick, Woodhouse, J. Keeling, Wishard, Brock, Edw. James, Henley, Dauge, Fentress, and Williamson.
Item 12: Plan des Environs de Williamsburg, York et Portsmouth, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Map Division, Library of Congress.
Item 13: Portsmouth: [a copy of] a colored, topographical map of the town and the Elizabeth River from Craney Island to the South Branch, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Indicates "ruins of Norfolk" and the roads to Great Bridge and Suffolk. William L. Clements Library. Clinton Map #279.
Item 14: Portsmouth Map in French, map division of the Library of Congress, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 15: Geographic Position of Old Virginia Parish Churches by Francis Marion Wigmare, 1923Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Positive and negative copies.
Folder 5: Property Maps, (size 20" X 16"), 1762-1802Add to your cart.
Item 1: Plate of Rolleston, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy, sketch. Hoggard, Whitehead, and Hancock's land mentioned.
Item 2: Division of land between Jacob and Frances Nimmo - Mary White Infant, 1762 December 31Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Princess Anne County, division of land Jacob Nimmo and Frances his wife complainants against Mary White an infant by Dennis Danley, Gentleman her guardian. One positive and one negative.
Item 3: Plat of land: Nancey, Patsey, and Charity Hare, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies. Plat also mentions: Callahan, Mrs. Abrnathy, Mrs. Carney, Lenard, and Thomas Taylor's land. Two negative copies.
Item 4: Plan of land near Kempsville (Peter Whitehurst), 1782 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. The plan was surveyed by John Matthias. Names contained: Lemeul Williamson, William Whitehurst, and Kemps.
Item 5: Plan of Capt. William Hancock's Land in Princess Anne County, 1802 April 30Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Names mentioned: John Taylor, Alex Moseley, Simon Hancock, John Hancock the lawyer, Colonel Moseley, Thomas Moran, and R. H. L. Lawson.
Item 6: Plan of Charles Sayer's Land, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 8: Tract of land surveyed, Princess Anne County, at the request of Benjamin E. Johnson for Mr. Tully Mosely Senior, 1798 February 26Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Folder 6: Miscellaneous Maps, (20" X 16"), 1670-1785Add to your cart.
Item 1: C. W. Sams Duplicate, showing U.S. Navy yard, Prentis Park, and Truxtun, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 2: Confluence of the James River, York River and Chesapeake Bay, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Clinton Maps #265. William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Item 3: A map of Virginia and Maryland, 1630sAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Sold by Thomas Basset in Fleetstreet and Richard Chiswell in St. Paul's Church yard.
Item 4: Map of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, Virginia and Currituck County in North Carolina, 1785Add to your cart.
Photocopies. One negative and one positive.
Item 5: Williamsburg, from the confluence of the Chickahominy and the James to Hampton, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Clinton map #264. From the William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Item 6: Virginia and Maryland Map, 1670Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Negative of a portion of the Augustin Herrman map.
Item 7: A section of the 1673 map entitled: Virginia and Maryland as it is planted and inhabited this present year 1670, by Augustin Herrman, 1673Add to your cart.
Photocopy. This section is reproduced from a facsimile of the original map in the John Carter Brown Library, Providence, Rhode Island, Lawrence C. Wroth, Librarian, 1941. The marks along the river banks, and in other places on the map indicate the location of plantations. Negative and positive copy.
Item 8: Map of the Early Settled Parts of Virginia, 18th Century, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. New York Public Library.
Item 9: Topographical map showing Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Norfolk in ruins, 1779Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Clinton map #282. Roads and plantations up the branches are shown as far as Great Bridge. An inset of the Rebel Fort near Portsmouth.
Item 10: Duplicate of C. W. Sams, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies. Three copies of various duplicates.
Item 11: Survey of the Town of Portsmouth, requested by Col. William Crawford, 1752 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Folder 7: A New and Accurate Map of Virginia (20" X 16"), 1770Add to your cart.
Item 1: A New and Accurate Map of Virginia, 1770Add to your cart.
Photocopies, eight sheets. A New and Accurate Map of Virginia, wherein most of the Counties are laid down from Actual Surveys With a Concise account of the Number of Inhabitants, the Trade, Soil and Produce of that Province by John Henry.
Folder 8: Published Maps, (size 24 3/4" X 18 1/2"), 1562-1961Add to your cart.
Item 1: Episcopal Churches in the Diocese of Southern Virginia, 1955Add to your cart.
By Robert H. Thomas III.
Item 2: The Oldest Map of the New World, circa 1950sAdd to your cart.
A reproduction of the 1500 map by Juan De la Cosa.
Item 3: A Mariner's Guide to the New World, circa 1950sAdd to your cart.
A reproduction of the 1546 map by Pierre Descelier.
Item 4: The Dutch Dream of American Empire, circa 1950sAdd to your cart.
A reproduction of the 1635 map by Willem Janszoon Blaeu.
Item 5: The Known Globe, circa 1950sAdd to your cart.
A reproduction of the 1667 map by Pieter Goos.
Item 6: Bermuda Shipwrecks explored by diver Teddy Tucker, circa 1950sAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Map of Colonial Williamsburg, 1957Add to your cart.
Guide to the Jamestown Festival, April 1 to November 30, 1957. Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.
Item 8: Outer Banks Vacation Map, North Carolina, before 1957Add to your cart.
Item 9: The Sea of China and the Indies by Virginia Ferrer, 1651Add to your cart.
A reproduction with information sheet by Alice Granbery Walter.
Item 10: Virginiae Item et Floridae Ameriue Provinciarum, nova Descriptio, circa 1562Add to your cart.
Reproduction from the Center for Virginia History.
Item 11: State of North Carolina, 1957Add to your cart.
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey.
Item 12: North Carolina, Highway System, 1961Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Maps and Plats, (size 24 3/4" X 18 1/2"), 1670-1955Add to your cart.
Item 1: Plat of the Wise Farm, Princess Anne County, 1871 MayAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Additional names mentioned: Scott, Hoggard, and Lee along with Morse Bridge and (New) Town Creek.
Item 2: Granbery Lands at the Head of Bennetts Creek, 1955 February 21Add to your cart.
Item 3: Portion of the Virginia and Maryland Augustin Herrman Map, 1670Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Showing the York River down to Lower Norfolk and down to the Carolinas.
Item 4: Map #11 with Mill Dam Creek at the center, North Carolina to the South, and Black Water River to the North, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 5: Gray's New Map of Portsmouth and Berkley, 1877Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 6: Map of Part of Province of Virginia, circa 1779Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 7: Modern Counties of Princess Ann, Norfolk and Nansemond, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Clinton map #280. William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Item 8: Survey of proposed road from Kempsville to Mr. Murden's, 1784Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 9: George Rogers Private Land and Lynnhaven Bay, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 10: Town of Great Bridge, 1729 January 29Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Taken from the "History of Norfolk County, Virginia" written by Col. William H. Stewart.
Item 11: Province of North Carolina, 1733Add to your cart.
Photocopy. By E. Moseley. National Archives, RG 77 Part of H-47.
Item 12: Parts of modern counties of Princess Anne, Norfolk and Nansemond, Virginia, and Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank, Gates, Bertie, Perquimans, Martin, Beaufort, Washington, Hyde, Tyrrel, Dare, Craven and Pamlico, North Carolina, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Clinton Map #283.
Folder 10: Maps of England, (size 24 3/4" X 18 1/2"), 1822, 1858, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Domesday Map of Devonshire, by Oswald J. Reichel, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies. Hundreds, 1086 and modern name. Positive and negative copies.
Item 2: The Victoria History of the Counties of England, Devonshire, 1822 February 1Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Positive and negative copies.
Item 3: Handbook Map of Devon and Cornwall, 1858Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Published by John Murray, Albemarle Street, London. Positive and negative copies.
Folder 11: Norfolk Maps, (size 24 3/4" X 18 1/2"), 1802-1887Add to your cart.
Item 1: Map of the City of Norfolk and the Town of Portsmouth, 1851Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Published by Rolin & Keily, Philadelphia.
Item 2: Map of Norfolk County, Virginia, 1887Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Copied in eight large sections, negative. Made for and Published by Authority of the Board of Supervisors, Surveyed and Drawn by Sykes and Gwalthney.
Item 3: Borough of Norfolk, 1802Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Borough of Norfolk, 2 positive and 2 negative copies.
Folder 12: Newspaper Clippings, (size 24 3/4" X 18 1/2"), 1953-1976Add to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk Mayors, Virginian-Pilot, 1965 August 3Add to your cart.
Item 2: Society Gets Pembroke Deed, Virginia Sun, 1965 July 15Add to your cart.
Item 3: Around Wolf Snare Creek Villages Now are Growing Up, Belatedly, to Fulfill a Three-Century-Old Colonial Vision, Virginian-Pilot, 1953 August 2Add to your cart.
By Louisa Venable Kyle.
Item 4: The Storms Came...and Tidewater ShoreLines Still Show results After Hundreds of Years, 1954 September 19Add to your cart.
By Louisa Venable Kyle.
Item 5: Pungo-Blackwater Section of Princess Anne county Generous to Settlers With Rich Soil, Pine Forests, Virginian-Pilot, 1955 September 25Add to your cart.
By Louisa Venable Kyle.
Item 6: Recent Princess Anne Housing Developments Are Often Built on Older Community Sites, Virginian-Pilot, 1955 September 11Add to your cart.
By Louisa Venable Kyle.
Item 7: Old British Map of Princess Anne County Supplies Valuable Clues for Historians, Virginian-Pilot, 1957 February 10Add to your cart.
By Louisa Venable Kyle.
Item 8: Parks Proffer Picnic Sites, History, Too, Virginian-Pilot, 1959 May 17Add to your cart.
Item 9: Ship bones and Pirate Legends, New York Herald Tribune, 1965 June 20Add to your cart.
Item 10: Extracts From 1772-1775 of the Virginia Gazette, 1975Add to your cart.
Published by the Virginia Gazette Inc.
Item 11: Visitor's Guide to Williamsburg, 1976Add to your cart.
Includes reprints of the Virginia Gazette.
Folder 13: Virginia's Cartographers and Their Maps, 1607-1881 (size 31" X 23"), 1976Add to your cart.
E. M. Sanchez-Saavedra, Virginia State Library. Marked on the outside of the original packet, "Revised in the Virginia Magazine of History & Biography, July 1976, Vol. 84 #1".
Item 1: Virginia, 1607Add to your cart.
Map #1. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 2: Virginia Maryland and the Improved Parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 1719Add to your cart.
Map #2. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 3: Virginia Containing the Whole Province of Maryland with Part of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and North Carolina, 1775Add to your cart.
Map #3, in four parts. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 4: Carte de la Baie de Chesapeake, 1778Add to your cart.
Map #4. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 5: Map of the United States in North America, 1783Add to your cart.
Map #5. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 6: Map of the State of Virginia, 1825Add to your cart.
Map #6, in nine parts. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 7: A Map of the Internal Improvements of Virginia, 1848Add to your cart.
Map #7. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 8: City of Richmond, during the Civil War, circa 1865Add to your cart.
Map #8. Facsimile of original in RG 77 (Map G204, Nos, 51 and 55) Cartographic Archives Division National Archives and Records Service, Washington, D. C.
Item 9: Geological Map of Virginia and West Virginia, 1835-1841Add to your cart.
Map #9. Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
Folder 14: Published Maps, (size 42" X 30"), 1948-1979Add to your cart.
Item 1: Dolph's Street Map of Virginia Beach and Princess Anne County, Virginia, circa 1950sAdd to your cart.
Published and copyrighted by Frank B. Dolph Co., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Item 2: Index to Topographical Maps of Virginia, 1965 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Virginia Farrer Map of Virginia, 1651, 1954Add to your cart.
Facsimile printed on parchment, #90 of 100, copyright 1954, Alice Granbery Walter.
Item 4: Virginia, 1602-1622, Showing the most remarqueable parts thus named in the Ancient Records, 1955Add to your cart.
Map by Doris VanDien Davis and Katherine Payne Adams, copyright 1955.
Item 5: Geological Survey, Morrison Quadrangle, Virginia, 1955Add to your cart.
Item 6: Geological Survey, Benns Church Quadrangle, Virginia, 1957Add to your cart.
Item 7: Geological Survey, Mulberry Island Quadrangle, Virginia, 1957Add to your cart.
Item 8: Geological Survey, Hampton Quadrangle, Virginia, 1955Add to your cart.
Item 9: Geological Survey, Chuckatuck Sheet 5657 SE, 1948Add to your cart.
Item 10: A Map of Royal Britain, undatedAdd to your cart.
Issued by the British Travel and Holidays Association.
Item 11: A Pictorial Map of Life in Colonial America, from Landing at Jamestown to the Revolution, 1957Add to your cart.
General Drafting Co., Inc., Convent Station, New Jersey.
Item 12: Street and Vicinity Guide of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1979Add to your cart.
Copyright 1979, Alexandria Drafting Company, Alexandria, Virginia.
Folder 15: Miscellaneous Maps, (size 42" X 30"), 1682-1972Add to your cart.
Item 1: Plat from fragments of a map of Kempsville Canal, 1869Add to your cart.
Landowners: Baxter, Ingram, Selden, McNan, Brown, Dozier, and Greenfield.
Item 2: Illustrated Map of Historic Norfolk, Virginia, 1944Add to your cart.
Copyright D. H. Smith.
Item 3: Borough of Norfolk, 1736, 1972Add to your cart.

Copyright 1972 by Alice Granbery Walter.

References:

SAM's Index in the Clerk's Office, Chesapeake, Virginia. Many of the Plats cited by Mr. Sams have long since disappeared, although the court Records are intact.

George Nicholson's Map of Norfolk in 1802 (the Original is in the Clerk's Office of Corp. court in Norfolk, Virginia.

The Boush Plan by Gershom Nimmo - Original in the Norfolk, Virginia Museum.

The County and City Records as indicated & also some Published sources.

Item 4: Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682, 1972Add to your cart.
Copyright 1972 Alice Granbery Walter.
Item 5: Norfolk Draft #1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3).
Item 6: Norfolk Draft #2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3).
Item 7: Norfolk Draft #3, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3).
Item 8: Norfolk Draft #4, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3). Negative.
Item 9: Norfolk Draft #5, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3). This draft contains some chains of titles for: Captain Thomas Willoughby and  the tract of  Boush land. Also mentions Abraham Ellet, John Watkins, Daniel Porten, Nick Wise, Charles Wilder, and Samuel Smith.
Item 10: Norfolk Draft #6, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3). Names mentioned: William Ship, Charles Sayer Boush, Thomas Newton, George Newton, John Watkins, John Gater, William Portens, and Thomas Lambert.
Item 11: Norfolk Draft #7, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3). Draft has details of Norfolk Streets and land owners.
Item 12: Norfolk Draft #8, undatedAdd to your cart.
Drafts of Norfolk drawn by Alice Granbery Walter showing additional information on ownership and notes on areas. These maps were possibly drawn in preparation of Original Town of Norfolk, VA 1682  (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 4) and Borough of Norfolk, 1736 (Box 25, Folder 15, Item 3). Mentions: John Gater, Thomas Willoughby, Thomas Lambert, Sarah Ellet Lenier, John Adams, John E. Richard, John Watkins, and Abraham Ellet.
Item 13: Original Norfolk, compiled by Conway Whittle Sams, 1682Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Map shows chain of title for: Boush's Pasture, John Adams, Walke Property, Wilson Newton, and Capt. Thomas Willoughby.
Item 14: Original Norfolk, compiled by C. Whittle Sams, With Early Additions, 1682Add to your cart.
Photocopy. Notations written on this map by Alice Granbery Walter. Shows Algonquin Indians to the North and the Elizabeth River to the Southwest and Newton's Creek to the East. New names are mentioned: Anthony Lawson, John Freeman, Samuel Farmer, George Abyvon, John Pool, William Berkley, and Nathaniel Bacon.
Item 15: Maps of the Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties by Conway Whittle Sams, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. The twin maps are filled with detailed notes. C.W. Sams produced these maps. 2 copies.
Item 16: Sam's County Maps Draft #1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Enlarged negative segments of the Maps of Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne counties.
Item 17: Sam's County Maps Draft #2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Enlarged negative segments of the Maps of Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne counties.
Item 18: Sam's County Maps Draft #3, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Enlarged negative segments of the Maps of Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne counties.
Item 19: Sam's County Maps Draft #4, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Enlarged negative segments of the Maps of Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne counties.
Item 20: Sam's County Maps Draft #5, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Enlarged negative segments of the Maps of Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne counties.
Item 21: Sam's County Maps Draft #6, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Enlarged negative segments of the Maps of Parishes and of the Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne counties.
Item 22: The Birthplace of Our Nation, 1975Add to your cart.
Copyright 1975 by Alice Granbery Walter. Map shows the Indian villages churches, and shipwrecks. The dates were gleaned from Smith's map of 1607, Hariot Map of 1584, and court records. Hand-painted and hand-drawn.
Item 23: A Sketch of the East end of the Peninsula Where on is Hampton W. P. M., undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Clinton map #263. A finished, topographical, pen and ink map of the area within about 12 miles radius to Hampton. The roads and principal plantations are shown and the soundings in the channel.
Item 24: Plan of Princess Ann and Norfolk Counties, Virginia State Library 62-512, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopies. Prepared during the Revolutionary War by English Army Engineers. The following note was typewritten on the Virginia State Library copy of the map: "A map of Princess Anne County, Virginia, prepared during the Revolution by English Army Engineers for the use of said Army while under the command of Benedict Arnold, the Traitor, while he was in command at Portsmouth in 1781." Names mentioned: Mead's Mill, Riddick's Mill, Cowper's Mill, James Jones, Doctor Brown, Mordon, Goodrige, Hes Wright, Bristol's Mill, Jordan, Sherton's Mill, Sedwin, Gaultbery, Hollowell Mill, Neal, Moors, Mrs. Heeges, Batchelor's Mill, Tucker's Mill, Cat Burges, Corbury's Mill, Bell's Mill, Grimey, Wiggleton, J. Wilson, Halstead, Woodwards, Solomon, Bracey, Smith, Wakefield, Hold, Col. Wishart, Wright, Col. Thomas, Maj. Thorgood, Nimo, Mrs. Denny, Lane, Roush, Valentine, Son, Mosely, Dickson, Saunders, Moore, London, Hogards, Nance, Newton, Walke, Kemp, Williams, Kuthins, Fentress, Henley, Charles Henley, James, Brock, J. Whises, Col. Walkert, Henry Cornick, Joe Keeling, Woodhouse, May, Col. Heigood, Mrs. Archison, L. Cornish, and A. Keeling. Four copies.
Item 25: The Lower Parish of Nansemond County, Virginia With Adjoining Portions of Norfolk County, 1964Add to your cart.
Photocopies. Shows Elizabeth City Shire 1624, New Norfolk County 1620, Upper Norfolk County 1637, Nansemond County 1642. Three copies of J. H. Granbery's maps and one of Alice Granbery Walter's map. Copyright 1948 by J. H. Granbery, copyright 1964 by Alice Granbery Walter.
Folder 16: Large Maps, (size 47 1/2" X 35 1/2"), 1670, 1951, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: United States East Coast, Virginia North Carolina, Cape Henry to Currituck Beach Light, 1951 JulyAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Virginia and Maryland, As it is Planted and Inhabited this present year of 1670 Surveyed and exactly Drawne by the Only Labour and Endeavour of Augustin Herrman, 1670Add to your cart.
Photocopy.
Item 3: Norfolk Patron's List and Business Notices, Enlarged, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photocopy. Stamped Library of Congress.

Browse by Box:

[Box 1: Boush and Nimmo Families Genealogies],
[Box 2: Cornick Family Genealogy],
[Box 3: Herbert Family in America (Volume 1), English Roots],
[Box 4: Herbert Family in America (Volume 2)],
[Box 5: Hoggard and Hogwood Families Genealogies],
[Box 6: The Hoggards of Poplar Hall],
[Box 7: Haggard Family; Ivy and Argent Families Genealogies; Langley and Thelaball Families Genealogies],
[Box 8: Nash Family; Powell Family Genealogy; Robins/Robyns Family Genealogy; Shepherd Family],
[Box 9: Tatem Family Genealogy; Thurmer, Mackentosh, Mallicote, and Ransha Families Genealogies; Woodhouse Family Genealogies],
[Box 10: Moseley Family; Adam Thorowgood and His Descendants and John and Sarah Offley],
[Box 11: Willoughby 1483-1800s in England, Barbados, and Lower Tidewater Virginia],
[Box 12: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (A through G)],
[Box 13: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (H through L)],
[Box 14: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (M through S)],
[Box 15: Genealogies for Tidewater Families (T through Z)],
[Box 16: Lower Norfolk County Books A - E; Warwick County Extant Records],
[Box 17: Lynnhaven Parish History and Register, 1639-1968; Lynnhaven Parish Register 1838-1913; Genealogical Collections Concerning Families in Scotland; Princess Anne County Cemetery; Puggett's Neck],
[Box 18: Research for Map of Lower Norfolk County, Virginia],
[Box 19: Published Charts - Lower Tidewater Colonial Families; Genealogical Charts Tidewater Virginia, 1600-1900],
[Box 20: Alice Granbery Walter's copies of the books: "The Granberry Family and Allied Families, Including the Ancestry of Helen (Woodward) Granberry" by Edgar F. Waterman, 1945 and "John Granbery, Virginia" by Julian Hastings Granbery, published by Alice Granbery Walter, 1964.],
[Box 21: Alice Granbery Walter's Miscellaneous Files],
[Box 22: Hoggard Research (Box 1 of 3)],
[Box 23: Hoggard Research (Box 2 of 3)],
[Box 24: Hoggard Research (Box 3 of 3)],
[Box 25: Oversized Materials: Maps],
[Box 26: INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, A-G],
[Box 27: INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, H-N],
[Box 28: INDEX CARDS: LOCATIONS, O-Z],
[Box 29: INDEX CARDS: SUBJECT, A - MARRIAGES],
[Box 30: INDEX CARDS: SUBJECT, MAS-Z],
[Box 31: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, A-BARRINGTON],
[Box 32: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, BARTEE-BROE],
[Box 33: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, BROOKS-CHER],
[Box 34: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, CHESHIRE-CRO],
[Box 35: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, CHROMPTON-ELLIS],
[Box 36: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, ELWES-GOLD],
[Box 37: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, GOM-HARRIS],
[Box 38: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HARRISON-HERBERT, Tabitha],
[Box 39: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HERBERT, Thomas-HOGGARD, Ruth],
[Box 40: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, HOGGARD, Samuel-IVORY],
[Box 41: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, IVY-KEELING, Susan],
[Box 42: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, KEELING, Thomas-LAWSON],
[Box 43: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, LAYDON-MAR],
[Box 44: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, MARKHAM-MOORE],
[Box 45: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, MORGAN-MY],
[Box 46: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, N-PEMBROKE],
[Box 47: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, PEN-ROBINS],
[Box 48: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, ROBINSON-SK],
[Box 49: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, SM-THOROGOOD, Adam],
[Box 50: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, THOROGOOD, Adam I-WALKE],
[Box 51: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, WALKER-WILLOUGHBY],
[Box 52: INDEX CARDS: SURNAMES, WILLOUGHBY-Z],
[Box 53: ENGLAND & BRITISH WEST INDIES],
[Box 54: ENGLISH SURNAMES],
[Box 55: MISCELLANEOUS #1],
[Box 56: MISCELLANEOUS #2],
[Box 57: ARTICLES BY GEORGE H. TUCKER & MARY REID BARROW],
[Box 58: Negatives],
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