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Caperton family

Bernard M. Caperton

Caperton family

by Bernard M. Caperton

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Published in Charlottesville, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caperton family.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 223-231.

    Statement[by] Bernard M. Caperton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.C239 1973
    The Physical Object
    Pagination239 p.
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5439487M
    LC Control Number73088728

    The papers of John Caperton consist of correspondence, ; letterbook of Caperton, ; land papers, ; legal papers, ; accounts, ; bills, receipts, and promissory notes, ; stock certificates; two household account books, , of Mary E. Caperton; account book of the estate of Caperton.   Commenting on people, images, and storiesAdding photos and storiesAdding, editing, and deleting namesThe family tree already has people, 4 photos, 0 stories and historical records. Go to William Bethel Caperton PRIVACY STATEMENT does not sell, rent or otherwise distribute the personal information you provide us to third.

    The Caperton family is a prominent political family in the U.S. states of Virginia and West Virginia. Pages in category "Caperton family of Virginia and West Virginia" The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. Lisa Caperton Corpus Christi - Beloved by her family, friends and Savior, Jesus Christ, Lisa Marie Rogers Caperton passed on to her new home on Sunday, March 8,

    Continuing our look at the information from the late William Sanders' book, "Homes and Families of the Princeton-Athens Area, Mercer County, West Virginia" (McNair Publishing, ), we continue our look. Hugh Caperton (Ap – February 9, ) was a nineteenth-century congressman and planter from Virginia. He was the father of Allen Taylor Caperton whom he had with his wife Jane Erskine Caperton. Biography. Born in Greenbrier County, Virginia (now West Virginia Born: Ap , Greenbrier County, Virginia.


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Caperton family by Bernard M. Caperton Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Capertons, By Donald L. Caperton The Capertons first came to America in the ’s. This book traces the various Caperton family book families from their arrival in America down through to today. The first Caperton to America was John Caperton who married Polly Thompson.

John and Polly had eight children, four sons and four daughters. The Caperton Family [Bernard M Caperton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Genealogy - Family history of the Caperton family of Charlottesville VA. The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at Estill's defeat near Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton family, will of Hugh genealogy of Hugh Caperton of Elmwood. [Gordon, William Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at Estill's defeat near Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton Author: William Alexander Gordon. Get this from a library. The Caperton family. [Bernard M Caperton] -- John and Polly Thompson Caperton were in Augusta County, Virginia by and later in Botetourt County, Virginia in Descendants lived in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas.

John and Polly Thompson Caperton were in Augusta County, Virginia by and later in Botetourt County, Virginia in Descendants lived in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, Virginia West Virginia, and elsewhere. Currently unavailable in the Family History Library.

This explanation is from Bernard Caperton's The Caperton Family book:"Each person in this genealogy has his own number which, if read from right to left, will give the number of his parents, grandparents, etc.

By dropping the last digit on the right from each generation, any person can trace his direct line back to John and Polly Thompson Caperton. Caperton Self-Published Genealogy Books: Caperton Family Tree Connection Find unique genealogy resources such as school records, business associations, vehicle registrations, church memberships, graduation lists, clubs & societies, employment records, orphanage residents, insurance claims, and mining accidents.

The Capertons first came to America in the ’s. This book traces the various Caperton families from their arrival in America down through to today.

The first Caperton to America was John Caperton who married Polly Thompson. John and Polly had eight children, four sons and four daughters.

On p of “The Caperton Family” book noted above, another reference is made to an early spelling of Caperton, without the middle ‘r’ (Cappiden), in an English marriage record. Pre-gubernatorial history. Caperton was born in Charleston, West attended Dexter School (Brookline, Massachusetts), Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon.

[citation needed]After graduation he returned to Charleston to manage a family-owned insurance ion: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA). Most of my information was obtained from Bernard Caperton's book, "The Caperton Family". I would be happy to look up anything for you but there are so many requests for me to copy chapters out of the book, I do not have the time to do that and at this time, I do not have a flat scanner.

Caperton family (Hugh Caperton, ) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Filed under: Caperton family (Hugh Caperton, ) The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at "Estill's defeat" near Mt.

Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton family, will of Hugh Caperton of "Elmwood," genealogy of Hugh Caperton of "Elmwood.". There are over a dozen different trees, including an electronic searchable version of The Caperton Family containing over names In Writing documents the written record of the Capertons including letters books, magazines and newspaper clipipings, including one newspaper clipping dating back to.

The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at Estill's defeat near Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton family, will of Hugh genealogy of Hugh Caperton of Elmwood. [Butler, Nicholas Murray] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at Estill's defeat near Mt.

Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton. The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at Estill's defeat near Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton family, will of Hugh Caperton of Elmwood, [Gordon, William Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The killing of Adam Caperton by Indians at Estill's defeat near Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 22 March ; sketch of the Caperton familyAuthor: William Alexander Gordon.

The Caperton family by Bernard M. Caperton, edition, in EnglishPages: John Caperton-Scottish background By user J at Caperton European roots – ScotlandAlso children of first John Caperton in USA. Evidence indicates John Caperton – American immigrant – came from Ireland, then Scotland, and a long way back - appears quite likely that John Caperton was born about in Kilmorack parish, Inverness county.

Ella Hancock Caperton kept a cherished autograph book from her youth. This book from the yearhas remained in family possession for over one hundred years, and was recently photographed and scanned by Dan Ford.

Front Cover for Ella’s Autograph Book. Early Origins of the Caperton family The surname Caperton was first found in Lincolnshire where they were granted lands by William the Conqueror, their liege Lord, for their assistance at the Battle of Hastings in The mission of Caperton Realty is simple: to provide excellent real estate services with integrity and honesty and yet the aggressive diplomatic negotiations you expect in a real estate broker.

Adam Guthrie Caperton, owner of Caperton Realty, was born and raised in Prospect to a family with deep, longstanding roots in Louisville. The Caperton Society is a group of like minded individuals interested in researching the Caperton Family name thru research and interaction with others.

Our goal is to bring together into one place (the Society Website and Collections) as much knowledge of our Caperton Ancestors as possible.The records reflect Mrs.

Caperton's interest in family genealogy and history. Most of the materials in the collection concern family matters. However, some legal and financial records of Col. Caperton have survived and add to our knowledge of Madison County history through the perspective of .The Sallie Bingham Collection of Lefroy, Caperton, and Montague Family Papers, and undated, were received by the David M.

Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in Processing Information.