Historical Maps of Virginia Colony and West Virginia

Virginia Colony 1607-1776

Virginia Colony 1607 - 1776

Virginia was one of the earliest colonies in the New World, expanding south and west from Jamestown. As more was learned about the New World, colonies claimed all land lying to their west. Originally, Virginia claimed everything west to the Pacific Ocean. Later, as shown in this map, the western boundary was redrawn along the Mississippi River.

West Virginia in ????

West Virginia in ????

The Appalachian Mountains angle down the right side of West Virginia, from the northeast to the southwest. Pioneers as early as 1750 disembarked their ships in Philadelphia, traveled west to Pittsburgh, then down the Appalchian Mountains, following Indian trails. One of the trails ends in Monroe County, WV, where early Keatley's settled
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A Brief History of Finland
Biographic Time Line of John Poysky, Kaisa Greta Poysky, and Sofia Poysky
Sofia Määttä and Johan Pöyskö Familes in Finland, 1600s -- 1830
Sofia Määttä and Johan Pöyskö Familes in Finland, 1830 -- 1891
Elsas and Kaisas in my Family Tree
My Family in the Pacific Northwest, 1886 -- 1895
My Family in the Pacific Northwest, 1896 -- 1910
My Family in the Pacific Northwest, 1911 -- 1920
My Family in the Pacific Northwest, 1921-- 1930
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My Family in the Pacific Northwest, 1951 -- 2000



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Ancestors and Descendents of Hans Forbus (1622 -- 1710)
Ancestors and Descendents of Magdalena Nystedt (1729 --1756) and Johan Kranck (1704 -- 1784)
Children of Katarina Lagus (1728 -- 1782) and Johan Kranck (1704 -- 1784)
Ancestors and Descendents of Antti Määttä (1830 -- 1893) and Elsa Heikkinen (1840 -- 1926)
Parents of Sipi Määttä (1800 -- 1885)
Ancestors of Hans Forbus' First Wife (Name Unknown)
Ancestors of Hans Forbus' Second Wife, Ingeborg Lang (???? -- 1710)
Ancestors and Descendents of Kaisa Greta Kauppi Kontinen (1864 -- 1896)
Ancestors of Johan Pöyskö -- Later Known as John Poysky (1860 -- 1931)



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Ancestors and Descendents of Hans Forbus (1622 -- 1710)
Ancestors and Descendents of Magdalena Nystedt (1729 --1756) and Johan Kranck (1704 -- 1784)
Children of Katarina Lagus (1728 -- 1782) and Johan Kranck (1704 -- 1784)
Ancestors and Descendents of Antti Määttä (1830 -- 1893) and Elsa Heikkinen (1840 -- 1926)
Parents of Sipi Määttä (1800 -- 1885)
Ancestors of Hans Forbus' First Wife (Name Unknown)
Ancestors of Hans Forbus' Second Wife, Ingeborg Lang (???? -- 1710)
Ancestors and Descendents of Kaisa Greta Kauppi Kontinen (1864 -- 1896)
Ancestors of Johan Pöyskö -- Later Known as John Poysky (1860 -- 1931)



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Historical Maps of Virginia Colony and West Virginia



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