Hello everyone--I'm a Bird/Byrd researcher, and finding connections to Batchelder in Virginia.(See below)If interested in exchanging information, please contact me at M.Moore1@Bresnan.net.Thank you.--Marla -----------
Virginia Colonial Abstracts by Beverley Fleet.GEN 929.3 V. 817a. Vols. 1 & 2 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD1998, Vol. 2 p. 425.Eighteen marriages 1760-1828.Archives Div., Va. St. Library, Richmond, Virginia.Middlesex Co. Register of Marriages, p. 12, 18 April 1760.Braxton Bird of King and Queen Co. to Mary Price.Wit:George Bird.Security:John Price
The Valentine Papers, Vol 1-4, 1864-1908 Middlesex County Records p. 2120.Jacob Valentine, failing to give counter security as Guardian of the Orphans of Samuel Batchelder , decd. It is ordered that he deliver up the Estate of the said Orphans to the petitioners, and further that he make up an account of his guardianship upon oath and that James Mills , Edmund Berkeley , Geo. Daniel , James Gregorie and Geo. Bird settle the said account and report same to the Court. July 1, 1772 . Ibid., p. 533.
Journals of the Council of the State of Virginia Vol. III. Wilmer L. Hall, Editor.GEN 975.5 Coun Vol. 1, p. 206.Oct 19, 1776.Ordered that a Commission of the Peace issue for the Co. of Middlesex, recommended by the Court of the said County be added, George Bird. Vol. 3, p. 3.Dec. 1, 1781.On the recommendation of the court of Middlesex Co., a commission issued appointing George Bird Sheriff. Vol. 3, p. 313.Dec 4, 1783.On the recommendation of the court of Middlesex Co., George Bird appointed sheriff.
Virginia Colonial Abstracts by Beverley Fleet.GEN 929.3 V. 817a. Vols. 1 & 2 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD1998, Vol. 2 p. 193.From the family papers of Judge Francis Wyatt Smith, "Smithfield", King and Queen Co., Virginia.Particularily the papers of James Webb, attorney."That Geo. Bird, late of Midd'l Co., dec'd, being in his lifetime indebted to your Orator (Robert Price) as exec'or of Colo. Geo. Brooke, a sum of money, did assign to your Orator a bond due from one George Dillard and_____Balchelder of Middlesex Co. made payable to said Bird (about 10 July 1786).