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Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia, 1744-1850

Orville Louis Hough

Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia, 1744-1850

an unfinished history.

by Orville Louis Hough

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Published in Denver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hough family.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.H837 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination471 p.
    Number of Pages471
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5105931M
    LC Control Number74178241

    Research genealogy for Virginia Hough of Loudoun County, Virginia, USA, as well as other members of the Hough family, on Ancestry®. The roll book indicates that Reverend A. W. Wilson (n.d.) was the presiding elder, Reverend R.S. Hough ( – after ) was the Preacher in Orville L. Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia – Denver, CO Loudoun County Planning Department, Loudoun County Historic District Guidelines: Aldie.

    1. Index to Loudoun County, Virginia Wills, 2. Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z, December - June " by Pat Duncan 3. Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Accounts of Loudoun County, Virginia by J. Estelle Stewart King 4. And, not least by any means, he has been my chief adviser, well-wisher and cheerleader spurring me on to publish this book. Hough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, (c. ) Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia, ; an unfinished history. () BucksCounty.

    6 Loudoun County Deed Book 5M, page , August 4, , Anderson to Mount. 7 Yardley Taylor Map of Loudoun County, 8 Products of Industry in the County of Loudoun, State of Virginia, during the year ending June 1, Timothy Hixson Born in Loudoun County Virginia Died February. 9, aged 86 years. 8 months, and 16 days. We do not need to guess this time. On the 17th of March, , three Mercer men by their attorney in fact, John Hough of Loudoun County, deeded to Matthew Hixon of Loudoun County. Virginia, acres of land.


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John Hough () was born in Bucks Co., Penn. and died in Loudoun, Va. Inhe married Sarah Janney. They had nine children. John was the grandson of Richard Hough and Margery Clowes, 1744-1850 book were married in /4 at Philadelphia, Penn. Numerous other families of Hough/Huff/Hoff/Hooef and other variant spellings lived in Virginia and.

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Sometime prior to. [] Marcie Van Deren, "Regarding "Hough in Loudoun Co., Virginia " by Orville L. Hough," e-mail message from [email protected] to Sue Beach, 11 October Hereinafter cited as "Hough in Loudoun Co., Virginia.". Download legends of loudoun or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Loudoun County Government P.O. BoxLeesburg, VA Phone: Government Center: 1 Harrison St. SE, Leesburg, VA Benja Hough; On the eight penny rate list, (30 pounds, 12s) Benjamin Hough; On the penny rate list, (13 pounds) Finally: I recently looked at a book called "Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia, ; an unfinished history." by OL Hough, which, as I recall, argued that those Houghs came from Pennsylvannia.

refs. The Friends Meeting took the name Fairfax inhonoring the county it was in at the time, though Loudoun County would be carved out of Fairfax 12. Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia, An Unfinished History. Denver, James Goode Photograph Collection (VC ), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA John Campbell, Earl of Loudoun Bookplate (SC ), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA.

ApLoudoun County, Virginia died July 1, ; married Decem A.B.T. Mason. Generation No. WILLIAM 4 HOUGH (JOHN 3, JOHN 2, RICHARD 1) was born Novem in Loudoun County, Virginia, and died Ap in Waterford, Fairfax County, Virginia.

He married ELEANOR HITE Decem in Loudoun County. The Index of Deeds for Prince William County, Virginia,was prepared by the Clerk of the Court from all deed books in existence in It originally filled two volumes.

Only volume two now survives which indexes the letters M – W, both grantors and grantees (letters X. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia, Orville Louis Hough Not In Library [Genealogical table of Moses (Huff) Hough and his descendants James Emerson Hough. Loudoun County Wills Loudoun County, Virginia. Be it remembered that this twenty-first day of the second month in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, John Hough, of Loudoun County in the state of Virginia, being in good state of health of body and sound disposing mind and memory, yet calling to mind the uncertainty of time.

Author of Hough in Loudoun County, Virginia,Hough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The roll book indicates that Reverend A. W. Wilson (n.d.) was the presiding elder, Reverend R.S. Hough (after ) was the preacher in charge, Reverend Oliver C. Beall (after ) was the assistant and there were thirty-eight members.Hillsboro was years old in The town was described by an early traveler as "a town made of stone, even to the pig styes." And, if the date on the town's welcoming signs is correct -- "ca.

" -- also marks the th anniversary of Hillsboro's predecessor, a huddle of houses and a .And when Loudoun County was formed inthe county's courthouse town, Leesburg, was a scant 5 1/2 miles away. But the Quakers were a dogged lot. Blacksmith shops and stores followed the ever-enlarged and improved mill, and bythere was a second .