Is there a project for The 8 Virginia Shires- particularly the 3 Creeks area?

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Hi I am new to the Tree House.  My profile is Huckeba-3. Please excuse any missteps since I am still learning the protocol for the group.

Since October, I have been building my WikiTree one person at a time. I have been a genealogy researcher for 11 years now. My work so far is 12 trees total; including genealogies I have done for families other than my own. I also enjoy World History and World Cultures.

 I have "found" Huccaby [various spellings] ancestors who came from Devon as Planters for the London Investment Company- the Virginia Colony. During my research I noticed there are gaps in ages between generations. Since there are these gaps of information I cannot substantiate, I cannot add these individuals as relatives to the correct person, although I'm certain they are related because of the place and dates. I have many documents already and hope to find more sources to firm up my research and fill in the generation gap.

I wonder if there is already a project for the Virginia settlers that arrived ca. 1630? I am especially interested in the " Three Creeks" area of Virginia.
in The Tree House by N Huckeba G2G3 (3.3k points)
retagged by Keith Hathaway
I'm from Virginia but never heard of three creeks.  Where is it?
Hi Wanda,

On old maps (ca. mid 1700s) show 3 Creeks @ Brunswick County VA- Granville NC Area. I  have a land grant document for an ancestor that refers to 3 Creeks.

This is a map from Dave Rumsey's collection that shows 3 Creeks.

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Best answer
The US Southern Colonies Project has a sub-project which includes Jamestown & vicinity.
by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
selected by N Huckeba
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Early Virginia Immigrants:
by Anonymous Vickery G2G6 Pilot (240k points)
Nice list; should be added to kitty's source page...
It is on Kitty's Library :)
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Hello,  There is also a Three Creeks area in Southampton, formed from Isle of Wight in 1749, but it was not settled until about 1695-1705.   If you go to the Virtural Jamestown site ( you can find all the people from the muster (census) of 1624.  From 1624 to 1630, I am not sure where to go.  But I recall it has been said that during period new settlers immigrated at the rate of about 1,000 per year.  Good luck.

Joe H. Drake

Southampton County, Virginia

by Joe Drake G2G Rookie (260 points)
Thanks Joe,

It is good to know  about Southampton. I don't believe my ancestors settled in Jamestown.  I know about the 3 Creeks because it is mentioned in several legal documents with their names.

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