Person:John Carnegie (3)

Rev. John Carnegie
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Rev. John Carnegie
Gender Male
Death[1] bef 25 Jun 1711 St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland Co., VAnamed as deceased in Will of Joseph Ball, his father-in-law

Research Notes

  • Rector, St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County
  1. 1.0 1.1 Will Abstract of Joseph Ball, in Lee, Ida J. Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills, 1653-1800. (Richmond: Dietz Press, 1959).

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    BALL, Joseph,. Psh. St. Mary's White Chapel. Will. 25 June 1711. Rec. 11 July 1711. Wife Mary; son Joseph; daus. Hannah Travers; Anne Conway; Esther Chinn; Elizabeth Cornegie; Mary Ball; Eliza Johnson (dau. of his wife), dau. Mary, 400 acres of land in Richmond county; grandson James Cornegie (not 21) acknowledges gift to son Joseph Ball, and daus. Hannah Travers, Anne Conway and Esther Chinn made 11 Feb. 1707; Overseer John Hagan; negroes formerly belonging to Jon. Carnegie, decd. Extr. Joseph Ball. Wits. Geo. Finch, Elizabeth Finch, Margaret Miller, Joseph Taylor.
    W.B. 10, p. 88.

  2. Family Recorded, in Hardy, Stella Pickett. Colonial families of the Southern States of America: a history and genealogy of colonial families who settled in the colonies prior to the Revolution. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1965), 39, Secondary quality.

    9—2. Elizabeth, b. 1684; d. prior to 1711; m. 1710, Rev. John Carnegie, who was ordained and licensed for the Church in Virginia by the Lord Bishop of London, Oct. 26, 1700, and had issue.