Name: Adam IVIE
Given Name: Adam
Birth: Abt 1650
Death: Aft 1714
Change Date: 29 May 2003
Annie Laurie Wright Smith, The Quit Rents of Virginia, 1704 (Baltimore, 1977) is a list of landowners in Virginia in 1704
Ivie Adam Prince George County, 1704
From Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and MaryCollege Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 1, 1982, page 128.
Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and MaryCollege Quarterly Historical Magazine, Volume III, p. 132: AdamIvy of Prince George County recorded land grant on 21 Feb 1720,Book 11, p. 56, 165 acres in Surry County on Meherrin River.Page 135: On 16 Dec 1723 Adam Ivie of Isle of Wight Countyrecorded deed to Edward Prince.
From Abstracts of the Wills of Edgecombe County North Carolina,1733-1856, by Ruth Smith Williams and Margarette Glenn Griffin,1956: Ivey, Adam. June 10, 1762. Sept. Ct., 1762. Wife:(Unnamed), side saddle, linning wheel, wooling wheel, 600 lbs.pork, 400 lbs beef, 10 bbls, Indian corn 'til son George comesof age, dwelling and cleared land for 5 yrs, L 50 Proc. money,Sons: Francis and Adam, 5 S each; they having received theirinheritance. Daus: Elizabeth, side saddle, linen wheel and L20 Proc. money; Sarah, L 25 Proc. money; Mary L 25 Proc. moneyat 20 yrs of age. Sons: Lewis, old 200 A plantation bought ofWilliam Register, horse, saddle, all cattle with half moon inear, L 50 Proc. money and 1 riffle gun; George reversion in hismother's property. Son & Exr: Benjamin, 285 A plantation. Wit:Robert Simms, Nathan Barnes, Joseph Simms.
From Notes of the Ivey Family by W. Mac. Jones, published by A.E. Ivey, Ettrick, VA, 1929, found in DAR Library, Washington,DC:: 1720, Feb 21, Book 11, p. 56: Adam Ivy of Prince GeorgeCounty, 150 acres in Isle of Wight County on Meherrin River.
From Notes of the Ivey Family by W. Mac. Jones, published by A.E. Ivey, Ettrick, VA, 1929, found in DAR Library, Washington,DC: Quotes Extracts from "Men of the Burning Heart" by M. T.and A. W. Plyer, Regarding Some of the North Carolina Membersof the Ivey Clan. : The Iveys can tract their ancestral nameback to the Norman name St. Ivo in France. They went across toEngland with William the Conqueror, and afterward were known asIveys, Ives, Iverson, etc."
From "The Ivy Family 1635 - 1984 in Virginia, Georgia, andMississippi,by Robert Adams Ivy. Found at DAR Library,Washington, DC.: George Ivy's son, Adam A. Ivy, moved down toEdgecombe County, North Carolina, which was a principal place ofsettlement for Virginia emigrants looking for more land. Wehave Adam A. Ivy's will, but we only know that his wife's namewas Mary and that he married her before he left Virginia.
Father: George IVEY b: Abt 1632 in Elizabeth River Parrish,Lower Norfolk County,Virginia
Mother: Hannah SIBSEY b: 1636 in Tanner Creek,Va
Elizabeth UNKNOWN b: 1787
- Rebecca Elizabeth IVEY b: 1684