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NORVELL
NORVELL
Lowe Family Bible 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
James Knox Ladd Norvell and America Jane Moore
Marriage Record 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Wallace Waldo Norvell and Autie Jane Paschal
Marriage Document 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Wallace Waldo Norvell
Obituary 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Paschal Family Crest 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Michael Fisher and Christina Ernhart
Marriage Document 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
John T Paschal and Mary Cook
Marriage Document 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
John Carnahan and Elizabeth Billingsley 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
William Norvell and Nancy Jarrett
Marriage Document 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Wallace Waldo Norvell
Death Certificate 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Ora Hamilton Mankin 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Lowe Family Bible - Deaths 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Norvell History
by John Norvell 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
William Porter Norvell
Death Certificate 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Zelma Sagely Youree
Obituary 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Doris Jean Norvell
Birth Certificate 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Captain Hugh Norvell and his father, George Norvell
From the "Burton Chronicles"

Burton Chronicles of Colonial Virginia
By Francis Burton Harrison, 1933.

 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
George Norvell
Vestryman - Bruton Parish Church
Colonial Williamsburg

"Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia" 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Norvell Land Claims
in Colonial Virginia 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Norvell Antiques
Ida Valentine Norvell
Dallas, Dallas, Texas
 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Forty Shillings or two pounds of Colonial money signed by William Norvell as member of the House of Burgesses of the Colony of Virginia in Colonial Williamsburg. 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Aubrey Joshua Sageley 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
America Jane Moore Norvell
Death Certificate 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
David Norvell 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
John Wallace Norvell
Obit 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Morris C Norvell & Audrey Lorene Durham
Marriage
 
 
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NORVELL
NORVELL
Junius Clifford McCrocklin
 
 
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Norvell -
Sarah Besouth Norvell, wife of Captain Hugh Norvell
Buried September 14, 1705
Norvell - Sarah Besouth Norvell, wife of Captain Hugh Norvell Buried September 14, 1705
 
 
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Norvell - 
Captain Hugh Norvell died October 25, 1719
Norvell - Captain Hugh Norvell died October 25, 1719
 
 
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Norvell - Bruton Parish Church
Nameplate on Pew number 7
Norvell - Bruton Parish Church Nameplate on Pew number 7
This nameplate shows Hugh Norvell, and his two sons, George and William as members of Vestry 
 
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Norvell - Bruton Parish Church
Norvell - Bruton Parish Church
Wall Pacque above Pew number 7 in Bruton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg honoring the builders of the Church, including Captain Hugh Norvell 
 
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Norvell - Bruton Parish Church Register
Norvell - Bruton Parish Church Register
Records the burial of Sarah Besouth, September 14, 1704. Sarah was the wife of Captain Hugh Norvell 
 
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Norvell - William Jones, servant to Mrs George Norvell, buried
Norvell - William Jones, servant to Mrs George Norvell, buried
 
 
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Norvell Cafe
Norvell Cafe
Business Card for Norvell Cafe on South Houston and Main Street in Dallas, Texas 
 
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Norvell, Edd Paschal
Norvell, Edd Paschal
Certificate of Death for Edd P Norvell, May 11, 1927 in Dallas, Dallas, Texas of a fracture of the skull and injury to the brain following a massive gas explosion. Information on the certificate provided by his father, Wallace Waldo Norvell. 
 
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Norvell, Wallace Walado married Autie Paschal, February 14, 1896 Coffee County, Tennessee
Norvell, Wallace Walado married Autie Paschal, February 14, 1896 Coffee County, Tennessee
 
 
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Oak Knoll Cemetery
Oak Knoll Cemetery
Oak Knoll Cemetery
Bellville, Austin, Texas
Historical Marker 
 
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Oakland Cemetery Plat
Oakland Cemetery Plat
 
 
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PASCHAL
PASCHAL
James Paschal "Pat" Lowe
Obituary 
 
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PASCHAL
PASCHAL
Autie Paschal Norvell
Notice of Death
Daily Times Herald
November 13, 1917
Page 2 
 
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PASCHAL
PASCHAL
Autie Paschal Norvell
Death Certificate 
 
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St Paul's Church Historical Marker
St Paul's Church Historical Marker
St. Paulís Parish was formed along the Potomac River in the mid 1600ís as the lower parish of Stafford County, which had been newly formed from the upper reaches of Westmoreland County. The Stafford County court ordered the earliest known parish church services in 1667 at the home of Robert Townsend of Chotank. --- Two wood-frame churches constructed about 1690 and 1725 preceded the present brick building, constructed in the late 1760s. The first church, probably of log and frame construction, was located in or near the present village of Owens, Virginia. --- The parish has retained a Register covering the period 1715 through 1798. -- -- (National Register of Historic Places)
 
 
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St Paul's Church National Register
St Paul's Church National Register
St Paul's Church Register records the Marriage of John A Allentharp and Ann Sebastian in 1724 as well as the birth's of a number of their children. 
 
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Stafford County, Virginia Historical Marker
Stafford County, Virginia Historical Marker
 
 
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Stone Creek Baptist Church
Stone Creek Baptist Church
Dry Branch, Twiggs, Georgia 
 
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THARP
THARP
Simpson, James Alexander & Elizabeth Jackson
Marriage Certificate 
 
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THARP
THARP
Thurman David Tharp
Department of the Navy 
 
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THARP
THARP
"MOTHER"

This is a poem by Reverend Simeon Stanley Allen Tharp to his mother, Emily and his father, John Allen Tharp, Jr after their deaths.

One of her (Emily Penicia Fisher Tharp) wishes was that each of her sons would be called to the ministry. That prayer was answered. 
 
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THARP
Pernicia "Penny" Fisher, mother of Emily Penicia Fisher, marries John G Coyle 
 
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THARP
THARP
Edgar Allen Tharp, I, death notice 
 

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