Apprentices of Virginia 1623-1800
Mother: Kirby, Mary
American Biographical Library
The Biographical Cyclopędia of American Women
Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution
Alphabetical List of Officers of the Continental Army
Kirby, Ephraim (R. I.). Private 2d Continental Dragoons, 24th December,
1776, to 7th
August, 1779; Ensign of Olney's Rhode Island Battalion, 23d August, 1782 to 25th
December, 1783. (Died 1804.)
The Original Lists OF PERSONS OF QUALITY
Lists of the Livinge and Dead in Virginia Febr: 16th 1623.[i.e. 162xxx]*
11. HENRY KIRBY, a Seaman.
Early Virginia Immigrants;
Kirby, Wm., 1650, by Richard Tye and Charles Sparrowe, Charles City Co.
Kirby, James, 1651, by Tho. Foote and John Barham, Northumberland Co.
Kirby, Ann, 1655, by Lt. Col. Anthony Ellyott, Co.
Kirby, Hump., and Alice his wife, 1651, by Tho. Foote and John Barham, Co.
English Origins of American
Colonists, p. English Origins of AMERICAN COLONISTS
[p.vii] Not mentioned here is the fine work of the many genealogists to use English
records and depositions for finding the origins of specific American families. When
abstracting has been done (e.g. by Noel Currer-Briggs on the Kirby family of Virginia),
clues on unrelated American colonists have sometimes been discovered.
Carolyn Rymel <email@example.com> am working on James Kerby
born 23 Nov1751 Va. He was in the American Revolution. He died 17Mar1819 Marion Co SC. He
married Margaret Brown born
1756 Georgetown SC. They had 15 children. I would
like to locate his parents who were in Va. Can you help? Carolyn Rymel 14958 N Jackson Hwy
Fayetteville Ar 72704