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Making Sense of the Census (Fording the Langs, at Present)

John Langford (b. __ d. aft 11 May 1728, m. Rebecca __), of St. Peter’s Parish, New Kent county, Virginia

WIFE/CHILDREN: As posted at http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/newKent/misc/stpete05.txt, accessed and extracted by shb, 8 Jun 2006: “Register of St. Peter’s Parish, pages 81-100, New Kent County, Virginia:

P. 90 – Jno. son of Jno. Langford born January ye 8th 1719.
– Henry sonn of John Langford born Sept 20th, 1722.

P. 91 – John son of John Langford born Feb. 6th, 1723/4.
– Eliz: Daughter of Jno Langford born Jany 4, 1725-6.

P. 92 – Edward ye son of Jno. & Rebecca Langford born March 6, bapt. May 11, 1728. –shb 8 Jun 2006

[Note: This was a white Langford couple, as if children born were black or mulatto, race was specified–shb.]

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June 8, 2006 - Posted by | Genealogy, Virginia Langfords

3 Comments »

  1. Hey Sherlene,

    Since my laptop is down for the count this week, I will need to get some of my fix on your blog LOL. As you know, this group is one of my strong contenders for my line. Much proof still needs to be acquired though. Have a great day sunshine.

    Comment by Jeff Davis | September 24, 2007 | Reply

  2. my great grand mother was the daugter of john langford and marinda lyttle,thanks for comments. also pedigrees. John Carroll

    Comment by John Carroll | September 27, 2007 | Reply

  3. These names and dates are all too familiar. Any relation to
    Parish Lankford father to Arter?

    Comment by Chiquita Lankford Turner | November 24, 2007 | Reply


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