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Barham (an area located in Surry Co VA)
Posted by: Ria Hendrix (ID *****7614) Date: December 07, 2007 at 19:23:25
In Reply to: Barham crossroads, near border with Prince George by David Fletcher of 699

Book: Guide to the Buildings of Surry and The American Revolution by James K. Kornwolf
pg 30

Barham House. Unknown location and condition

The earliest land grant to the Barham family in Surry Co. occurred on May 14, 1666 when 850 acres were patented by Charles Barham and William Cockerham on the "eastward side of the third swamp of the Blackwater," possibly present-day Moore's Swamp. Mary Stephenson recorded that their plantation, "was near Wall's Bridge;" Civil War maps show "Barham's Store" near there.

((( I do find the placement of the Barham you mentioned in your query on the cover of the book above which is a map.)))

Sorry I could not find more.
Ria


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