Family History - Living in Virginia’s Northern Neck During the 1600s and 1700s – Balls, Carters, Champes, Claughtons, Cralles, Garners, and Washingtons

 

Table of Contents

 

I. Introduction (click here)

 

II. Demographics (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Population

  3. Immigration

  4. Migration

  5. Life Spans

  6. Deaths

  7. Indians

  8. Indentured Servants

  9. African Slaves

 

III. Nature (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Forests

  3. Land

  4. Rivers

  5. Weather

  6. Wild Life

 

IV. Culture (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Class Structure

  3. Marriage

  4. Religion

  5. Education

  6. Language and Communication

  7. Food and Drink

  8. Clothes and Fashions

  9. Entertainment and Socializing

  10. Travel

  11. Holidays

V. Property (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Land Ownership

  3. Houses

  4. Courthouses

  5. Churches

  6. Personal Possessions

 

VI. Government (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Development

  3. Responsibilities

  4. County Positions

  5. Colony Positions

 

VII. Industry, Technology, and Services (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Agriculture

  3. Flour Production

  4. Forestry

  5. Shipbuilding

  6. Earthenware (Pottery)

  7. Spinner Halls

  8. Mining

  9. Trade Services

  10. Merchant Services

  11. Legal Services

  12. Communication Services

  13. Science and Technology

 

VIII. Economics (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Political and Governmental Effects

  3. Profits and Wealth

  4. Money, Purchases, and Prices

  5. Exports, Imports, and Trade

  6. Supply Chains

IX. Security (click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. 1600s

  3. 1700s

 

X. Ancestors Living in the Northern Neck in the 1600s and 1700s – Balls, Carters, Champes, Claughtons, Cralles, Garners, and Washingtons 

(click here)

 

  1. Introduction

  2. Ball

  3. Carter

  4. Champe

  5. Claughton

  6. Cralle

  7. Garner

  8. Washington

 

XI. Conclusions (click here)