THE EASLEY FAMILY PAGE
THE GENEALOGY OF ROBERT (ROBIN) EASLEY, THE FRENCH HUGUENOT IMMIGRANT, AND ANN PARKER,
THROUGH GEORGE WOODSON EASLEY AND DELLA JEANETTE WHITTON AND THEIR FAMILY
ROBERT EASLEY, JOHN EASLEY AND WARHAM EASLEY (1668-1790)
Virginia Counties and Our Family Residents
Henrico Parish-County, Henrico County, which became Goochland in 1727, Cumberland in 1748 and Powhatan since 1777
Families of Henrico Parish: Easley, Parker, Benskin, Warham, Woodson, Powell, Tucker
Robert Easley's, The Immigrant, Land Grant
1. These three photos are views of the fine Creek Falls. Robert's deed starts above the falls and one of the deed partners, Turpin, owned the quarter deed south of the falls and partner Thomas Jefferson (President's grand-father) owned the quarter north and I'm not sure where Artcher's quarter was. The Turpins stayed on the original deed land for many years as evidenced by the old grave yard.
2. The geological structure of flat rocks have prevented a significant change in the creek's course over time, so one can imagine that those of the 17th century experienced the same beautiful creek views.
3. This photo is the creek down stream a bit where the creek slows on its way to the James River.
4. In the early 1800s, the government built an armory to produce ammunition; however an epidemic killed most of the slaves working on the project and the government abandoned the project. You can see the restored buildings in the photo.
5. The Saint James Church is now a Baptist Church. The graveyard is of the 1800s; however, an old map showed the church present as the Saint James Parish and the land adjacent to Robert Easley's land. Most likely several churches have been built on this same site over several hundred years..
6. How astounding that this pristine land is still so untouched. Truly over several hundred years, it has remained as it was.
The Armory Golf Course is not like most business courses. The developers have taken decades to prepare the site as a unique testimony to the game. Once again, the Fine Creek Falls will be kept in its natural state of nature.
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