Notebook:Snoddy Family in Buckingham County, VA

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From: Cs Snoddy
[researching the records] in Richmond [has revealed] that John Snoddy had filed his claim and paid his tax in the 1750's. ... There is no record as to exactly when [he] moved to Virginia, thus no clear indication of which children were born there. [1] Many of [his] descendants presently reside in Buckingham, Fluvanna & Albemarle Counties (all adjoining) and have a family reunion each August.

VA Gen Soc. Quarterly

pages with "Snoddy". Most (probably all) of these are from Buckingham County or its precursor counties

Title: Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly
Index Person Volume (Number) Description Date of Issue
1 John27(2):124 Albemarle County, Virginia, Court Orders, 1744/45-1748. On a list of surveys made between 1 June 1745 and 1 June 1746, 196 acres May-89
2 Robert28(2) Legislative Petitions from Virginia Counties with Significant Record Losses: 1. Buckingham County May-90
3 Cary28(2) Legislative Petitions from Virginia Counties with Significant Record Losses: 1. Buckingham County, Nov 5 1788 May-90
4 Cary28(2) Legislative Petitions from Virginia Counties with Significant Record Losses: 1. Buckingham County May-90
5 John28(2) Legislative Petitions from Virginia Counties with Significant Record Losses: 1. Buckingham County Nov 5 1788 May-90
6 James28(2) Legislative Petitions from Virginia Counties with Significant Record Losses: 1. Buckingham County May-90
7 Cary30(4) Marriages Performed, 1786-1793, by the Rev. Rene Chastain Marriage to mary Hazelwood Wilkerson, 17 Jan 1789 Nov-92
8 Ann Lee30(4 Defective Surveys Nov-92
8B Cary30(4 Defective Surveys Nov-92
9 John32(2) Virginia Land Patent Book 33 Property adjacent to John Snoddy, southside of James River, both sides of Willis River, Albemarle County (probably now in Buckingham or conceivably Cumberland) 16 Aug 1756 May-94
10 Cary32(4 Legislative Petitions - Buckingham County Nov-94
10B Daniel32(4 Legislative Petitions - Buckingham County Nov-94
11 Ancestry33(4 Buckingham County 1843/1844 Will/Deed Ledgers Nov-95
12 Ancestry33(4) Buckingham County 1843/1844 Will/Deed Ledgers Nov-95
13 Ancestry33(4) Buckingham County 1843/1844 Will/Deed Ledgers Nov-95
13 Ancestry33(4) Buckingham County 1843/1844 Will/Deed Ledgers Nov-95
14 Ancestry34(4) Buckingham County 1842 Ledger of Wills and Deeds Nov-96
15 Ancestry34(4) Buckingham County 1842 Ledger of Wills and Deeds Nov-96
16 John37(2) Legislative Petitions: The Ten Thousand Name Petition 1771 May-99
17 Ancestry37(4) Index to Volume 37 Nov-99
18 James38(2) Embers Amongst the Ashes--Old Buckingham Wills 1858 May-00

Footnotes

  1. Land records for then Albemarle County show that John Snoddy acquired 196 acres of land in 1744. Buckingham County was later split off from Albemarle, and this is probably the same person.