Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameJohn YARBOROUGH 26, 2306
Birth Dateabt 1632
Birth PlaceSt. Stephen Parish, King William, Virginia
Death PlaceCaroline, Virginia
FatherRichard YARBROUGH , 4612 (1615-1702)
MotherFrances PROCTOR , 4613 (~1619-)
Spouses
Birth Date1636
Birth PlaceSt. Stephen Parish, King William, Virginia
Family ID2937
Marr Dateabt 1654
Marr PlaceKing William, Virginia
ChildrenSarah , 1153 (~1658->1707)
Notes for John YARBOROUGH
(1) records of Varla Wright, Phoenix, Arizona - June 1996
a) Statements in various land deeds and depositions suggest that Sarah was either the daughter of John Yarbrough, b. abt 1632 and a neighbor of William Hurt, Sr., or the daughter of a friend, Henry Webber. Both men are named in depositions and power-of-attorney documents where her name, Sarah Hurt, occurs. IGI shows her as daughter of John Yarbrough, FHL# 1553934 file, batch #5029377-sheet 23
b) Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, W. E. Cridlin's abstracts of King William Co., Vol. 25, pg. 174.
c) Circuit Court Records, King William Co., VA, Nov. 1706 FHL# 0032092
d) John Yarbrough and his wife, Abigail Yarbrough were witnesses to a deed in St. John's Parish, King William Co., VA on 4 May 1721. (King William Fragments, No. 330) Circuit Court Records, FHL# 0032092.
e) Caroline Co.,VA Circuit Court Records, 1747 show James Hurt, son of John and Sarah Hurt was executor of the estate of John Yarbrough, deceased. See Colonial Caroline, T. E. Campbell, pg. 472.
(2) Jul 2003: IGI
Notes for Abigail (Spouse 1)
(1) records from Varla Wright, Phoenix, Arizona - June 1996
a) THE YARBROUGH FAMILY, comp. by Hazel Y. Beatrous, pg. 18-38 FHL# 1697466-4.
b) YARBROUGH, a Branch Through Ambrose the Emigrant, Robert Price Yarbrough, comp., pg. 2, FHL# 929.273, Y2y gives a good acct. of Richard and family.
(2) Jul 2003: IGI
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