Follow by email

For more historical tidbits about old Virginia customs and settlers, sign up to receive this free newsletter

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Saturday, September 14, 2013

William Gibburd

The inventory of the estate of William Gibburd of York County contained an inventory perculiar to his class and circumstances. It consisted of two rugs, two beds and bolsters, blankets, pillows, a hammock, an iron pestle, a saddle and bridle, an iron pot and pothooks, skillet, six pewter dishes, six glass bottles, two runlets, four cases, one trunk, one church, etc.

Join this blog for more interesting information about the first patriots to Virginia whose sacrifices and actions led a path to the freedom which ultimately resulted in the American Dream.

Join $30 to subscribe for 3 months to Virginia Pioneers and read old wills on line. Easy.

"Virginia Historical Videos"
"Find your Ancestors on Virginia"
Follow us via Email
Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

No comments:

Post a Comment