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:he southside virgevian
THE SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIAN
Volume 3 October 1984 Number 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1
FROM THE EDITORS/BOOK REVIEWS 2
THREE WILLS FROM "BURNED COUNTIES" FROM SUSSEX COURT SUITS 3
AMELIA MARRIAGE FEES 1770,1771 10
INTERMENTS IN BLANDFORD CEMETERY, PETERSBURG 11
SUSSEX COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY 1802-1823 14
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY WILL BOOK 1754-1784 22
PRINCESS ANNE MARRIAGES 1737-1744 27
CUMBERLAND COUNTY TITHABLE LISTS FOR 1759 30
UNRECORDED WILLS OF BRUNSWICK COUNTY 35
UNRECORDED SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY DEEDS 40
LUNENBURG COUNTY INSOLVENT MILITIA FINES, 1846 44
SOME UNRECORDED MINISTER'S RETURNS FROM POWHATAN, CUMBERLAND, 45
AND CHESTERFIELD COUNTIES
WARWICK AND YORK COUNTY MILITIA FINES 46
Lyndon H. Hart, J. Christian Kolbe, editors
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FROM THE EDITORS
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A Bedwell Family by Larry King contains information on 14
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RECORDS OF ESTATES, HALIFAX COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA by David B. Gammon
We wish to briefly mention an excellent new book on a North
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concerns Halifax County and is an abstract of the loose
estate papers of that county covering the years 1816-1823
and 1865-1900. It is alphabetically arranged by the name
of the decendent and has a full name index. The heirs are
listed when available as is their residence. The book has
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We heartily recommend this work as a useful genealogical
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THREE WILLS FROM "BURNED" COUNTIES FOUND IN SUSSEX COURT SUITS
by Gary M. Williams
The Will of Ludwell Jones of Dinwiddle County
Dated October 27,1759; Probated April 21,1760
(Note: This will was filed with the papers of the detinue case of
Thom as Hardaway, Sr. vs. Edward Powell, which was commenced
by the said Hardaway for the recovery of six slaves detained by
the defendant. Hardaway married Sarah Jones, sister of the
testator, who died in 1761, and he filed the suit in March
of 1789 on behalf of his son, Thomas Hardaway, Jr., eldest
son and heir of the said Sarah. Notes in these papers
reveal that William Jones was the father of the testator and
that he died intestate. Loose Court Papers of Sussex
County, Virginia, 1754-1870, Box 139.)
In the Name of God Amen the 27th day of October 1759. I Ludwell Jones
of Dinwiddle County being at this present of sound and perfect memory
do ordain, constitute and appoint this to be my last will & testament.
Imprimus. My will & pleasure is that all my stock of cattle, horses,
hogs, &c. be sold and all my household goods ^ the money
purchased thereby to pay all my just debts and the remainder
thereof with all the debts that are due to me to be then
equally divided between my executors hereafter mentioned-
accept five pounds which I give to my godson Young Whitmore
and ye same to be paid for learning.
Item. I lend unto my mother Mary Jones during her natural life
six slaves namely. Old Will, Indian Moll, Doll, Tom, Ostin,
& Negro Moll and at her death then the sd. six slaves and
all ye future increase of ye sd. female slaves to remain
to my brother Wm, Jones & to his heirs forever.
Item. I give and devise unto my sister Lucy Worsham & to her
heirs forever six Negroes namely Agge, Bob, Antony, Milly,
Jack & Ned with all ye future increase of ye said female
s laves .
Item. I give and devise unto my sister Frances Tucker during
her natural life ye use of two slaves namely Tabb and
Murrear and at her death then the said slave named Tab_
and all her increase to remain to my said sisters son
Baraman (Berryman) Tucker and to his heirs forever and
Murrear and her increase then to remain to Colston Tucker
son of my sd. sister & to his heirs forever.
I give and devise unto my sister Sarah Jones during her
natural life six slaves namely, Linda, Bess, Sue, Jerimy,
Nancy, Lidda and at her my said sisters death then to
remain to ye heirs of her body if she have any such, but
& if she hath none such then ye said slaves to remain to
my brother Wm. Jones & to his heirs forever.
my brother Wm . Jones my whole right
to ye x,rater mill and four slaves
Phillis & young Will
heirs forever .
& the same to
I give & devise unto
& title which I have
namely, Phebe, Beck,
remain to him & his
I sive and devise unto my couzen Ludwell Worsham and to
his heirs forever six slaves namely, Sam, Juda, Nat, young
Moll, Dilca & old Ned.
My will & pleasure further is that all my land shall be
sold and ye purchase money thereof to be equally divided
my brother Wm . Jones & my two cousens namely Lewellini
& Ludwell Worsham, or so many of them as be alive
of such division.
at ye time
1 1 em ,
cousen Robert Tucker son of Isaac
I give and devise unto my
Tucker one Negroe boy named Davy and the said Negro to
Robert and to his heirs forever.
remain to the sd,
Sc my brother
my last will
I appoint my brother Wm . Jones
Tucker to be executors of this
and my pleasure further is that my estate shall not
witness whereof I have set my hand ^■
date within mentioned.
apprais ' d . In
seal the day &
in law Isaac
Ludwell Jones (L.S.)
Sign'd sealed & deliver'd acknowledge_
by the sd. Ludwell Jones to be his last
will St testament in presence of us
Wm. Watkins D.C.
Court held for Dinwiddle County April 21st 1760
This will was presented in Court by Wm . Jones & Isaac Tucker the
Executors therin named and the same was proved by the oaths of J°^n
Curtis. & Mary Jones two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be ,
recorded! an7on the motion of the said Executors who made oath according
to law certificate is granted them for obtaining a probat thereof
in due form giving security whereupon they together with Wood Tucker
& Joshua Worsham their security entered into & acknowledged their
bond in the sum of three thousand pounds with condition as the law
Geo. Nicholas C.D.C,
Wm. Watkins D.C.
The Will of Joshua Wynne of Dinwiddie County
Dated June 15, 1811; Probated November 18,1811
In the name of God Amen. I Joshua Wynne of Dinwiddie County being
of sound mind and dispos£y of memory tho weak of body, do make and
ordain this my last will and testament in the manner and form
Imprimis, tis my desire that my body shall be hurried in usial form,
I will and desire that my beloved wife Lucy Wynne shall
have all the negroes that I got by my inter-marriage with
her, one first choice feather bed & furniture, one bay
mare Dolly, gigg and harness, and all the cattle that I
got by her four in number, to her and her heirs forever.
I further loan£ her a negro man Thomas during her life
or widowhood afterwards to be sold and equally divided
among my children.
Item. I will and desire that all my plantation be equally
divided between my four sons namely John H. Wynne, Robert
Wynne, Boiling D. Wynne and Binns Wynne to them and their
heirs forever; Binns Wynne is to have one fourth part
of the land with the settlement of houses on Xi7hich I will
and desire my beloved wife Lucy Wynne to live during her
1 1 em .
I will to John H. Wynne a horse worth fifty dollars it
being in consideration of so much given him by his
grandfather Joshua Wynne.
I will to my daughter Peggy Wynne, one negro girl Jane
and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.
I tern .
I tern .
I will to my daughter Salley Malone, one negro boy Watt
and one bed and furniture now in her possession to her
and her heirs forever. I loane her one negro girl Elizabeth
during her life or should she have any lawful heirs of
her body the girl and her increase I desire to go£ to
them, if no heirs, to return to my children or their heirs.
I will to my daughter Lucy Wynne, one negro girl Meriah
and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.
I will to my daughter Nancy Wynne, one negro girl Hannah,
and her future increase to her and her heirs forever.
If any one of these conveyed Negroes should die before
the division shall take place I will that one of equal
value shall be given to the one that may loose it.
Finally I do hereby constitute and appoint Robt. Wynne senr. and
John Wynne to be my_hole and sole Executors.
June 15th 1811.
Signed sealed and ackged
in the presents of
I . 01 iver
Robert Wynne Sr.
At a Court held for Dinwiddie County on Monday the 18th day
of November 1811. This last will and testament of Joshua Wynne
deceased, was proved by the oaths of I. Oliver Robert Wynne
Sr. and John Hall witnesses thereto and is by the Court ordered
to be recorded. Lucy Wynne appeared in open Court and
renounced all claim under said will. And at another Court
held for the said County on Monday the 16th day of December
1811, Robert Wynne one of the executors therein named having
refused to qualify and take up on himself the burthen of the
execution of said will, on the motion of John Wynne who made
oath thereto according to law, and together with Robert Wynne
and William Wynne his securities entered into and acknowledged
their bond in the penalty of ten thousand dollars conditioned
as the law directs, certificate is granted the said Jno. Wynne
for obtaining letters of administration on the said decedents estat,
with his will aforesaid annexed in due form. eceaents estat.
Teste J. Nicholas C. D.C.
A Copy Teste
J. Nicholas C. D.C.
The Will Of John Baxter of Prince George County
Dated November 9, 1800; Probated September 8, 1801
(Note: This will was filed with the answer of the defendant
in the chancery cause of Wi lliams' Administrator vs.
Baxter's iZxecutor in July 1818. George Williams,
administrator of the estate of his father, Ludwell
Williams, who died intestate in January, 1816, sued
for any legacy due Peterson Baxter from the personal
estate of his father, the said John Baxter. The bill
of complaint notes that two of the infant children of
the testator died intestate and without issue. The
answer to the bill was filed by Wiley Baxter, the
executor. Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, Virginia
1754-1870, Box 228.) igmia.
In the Name of God Amen. I John Baxter of Prince George County
being very sick and weak but of perfect sound mind & memory
thanks be unto almighty god for the same do make and ordain
this to be my last will and testatment, revoaking all others
made by me, and this only to be my last will and testament in
form and manner following, vitz..
Imprimis I lend unto my loving wife Petcy Baxter two hundred
acres of land it being the plantation whereon I
now live, with the appurtenances thereto belonging
and one negro man called Jesse one negro man called
Peter one negro woman called Sail one negro woman
called Eve one negro woman called Agg & all Agg's
children and one negro boy called Anthony one negro
boy called Pool during the time of five years in
order to enable my said wife Patcy to raise maintain
and educate my four youngest children during the
time of ten years to wit, John James Polly and
Patcy Baxter_s without fee or reward.
It is my will wish and desire, that all my daughters
should have full & free priviledges of the use
of my dwelling house I now live in till they are
I lend unto my loving son Wiley Baxter one negro
man called Major for five years.
I lend unto my loving son William Baxter one negro
man called Jupiter for five years.
I tern .
1 1 em,
I lend unto my loving son Peterson Baxter one negro
woman called Edy for. five years.
I give & bequeath unto my loving daughter Nancy
Baxter one negro girl called Amy & her increase
to her and her heirs forever.
I give & bequeath unto my daughter Polly Baxter
one negro girl called Aniky & her increase to her
& her heirs forever.
I give & bequeath unto my loving daughter Pat£y
Baxter one negro girl called Hannah & her increase
to her & her heirs forever.
I tern .
I give & bequeath unto my loving daughters Nancy
Polly & Patcy Baxters all that tract or parcel
of land I purchased of Heartwell Leath & Nancy
his wife it being in Prince George County and lying
on the south side of the South Branch of Rockcock
and all that tract I purchased of Joshua Ivey it
being one fourth part of the tract of land of
Alexander Lanthrop ded. on reference being had
to sd. Iveys deed to me to them and their heirs
I tern ,
I give unto my loving son Peterson Baxter all my
land lying on the south side of my mill pond, down
to the edge of the water of the saidof the'sd
mill pond except one acre at the saw mill, bounded
by the following c ou rce s beginning at the reserve
acre at the saw mill down to the sd. mill mill
tail thence a straight line along Wiley & Wm . Baxters
line to Sword Swamp thence down the sd. swamp as
it meanders to Joshua Summos's line, thence up
his line to James Womacks line, thence along his
line to the estate of David Rossers line thence
a long that line &c. during his life and no longer.
I tern .
I give & bequeath unto my two sons John and James
Baxter^ all and every tract or part of a tract
of land I have not willed away in this will, it
being the plantation whereon I now live to them
and their heirs forever
It It my will wish and desire that in case my estate
should sustain any damage for that base born child
of the body of Sally Newj int (Nugent) in that case it
IS my wxll that as much as it suffers it should come
out of my son. Peterson Baxters share of my estate.
It is my will wish and desire that all the remainder
of my estate of every kind except my griss_ and saw
mills and the ground the sd. mills drowns should be
equally divided amongst my loving wife Patcy Baxter
and all my dear children in the following manner
(that is to say) to my loving wife Patcy Baxter during
her life; to my loving son Peterson Baxter an equal
share in all excep in my crop and for him to have
no part of the crop to him during his life and no
longer-- and to all the rest of my children to wit,
Wiley William Nancy Polly John James & Patcy
to them and their heirs forever. ~
I give and bequeath unto all my children to wit Wiley,
Peterson, William, Nancy, Polly, John, James & Patcy
Baxters my griss & saw mills tog(ether) with an
acre of ground each and if the mill dam and all the
land the sd. mill overflows to them & theirs forever.
I give and bequeath unto John & Polly Fitmash children
of my daughter Sally Fitmash ded. the sum of forty
pounds current money of Virginia to them and their
heirs forever for them not to receive till they
arrive to the years of twenty one or marriage with
lawful interest till then.
I constitute nominate and appoint my loving son
Wiley Baxter and dutiful friends Henry Watkins &
Charles Gee full and sole executors of this my last
will and testament revoking & disannulling all others
made by me and this only to be my last will and
testament. In witness whereof I the sd. Jno. Baxter
hath hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this
this ninth day of November one thousand eight
John Baxter (seal)
Si gns sealed and acknowl-,
in the presence of
James X Womack
At a Court held for Prince George County at the Courthouse on
Tuesday the 8th day of September 1801 this last will and testament
of John Baxter deed, was presented into Court and proved by the
oaths of Hubbard Womack Harrison Marks and James Womack the
witnesses thereto and by order of the Court it is truly recorded.
Peter Williams C. Cur.
A Copy Teste
Wm. H. Harrison D. C.
A LIST OF FEES DUE IN THE COUNTY OF AMELIA FOR MARRIAGE LICENCES
GRANTED FROM OCTOBER 1, 1770 TO APRIL 1, 1771.
by Robert Young Clay
1770 Oct. 25 John Craddock
(torn) Tho (torn) on
Nov. 19 William Bass
Nov. 29 Richard Compton
Dec. 5 Richard Vasser
Dec. 27 Archibald Yarbrough
1771 Jan. 11 Richard Ogilby
Jan. 24 Christopher Robertson
Jan. 30 William Holt
Apl.l3 Rd. Borum Jr.
Apl.23 Fred. Bryan
Apl.23 Anthony Lamb
Apl.25 William Harper
May 23 Jos. Royall
Junell Bartlett Anderson
June25 Benjamin Clardy
July24 Daniel Bayne
(torn)19 (torn) tt
INTERMENTS IN BLANDFORD CEMETERY PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA
Continued from Vol.11, Page 167
by L.H. Hart III
4. Thomas R. Boisseau s James (deceas ed) and Jane Boisseau
Oct. 8 Consumption 20y 11m 20d surv. 2 bro. b.P'bg d.P'bg.
5. Ann Thomas wid. of Thomas Thomas Oct. 10 Paralysis 77y
surv. Id b. Will iamsburg , VA d. P'bg.
6. Robert Cooper Madison s Dr. Thomas Cooper and Laura Madison
no date cause unk. surv. f,m b. Missouri d. Missouri
uncle William A. Madison sis. Constance A. Read Madison.
7. Rev. Andrew Syme D.D. s John and Mary W. Syme Oct. 26
old age 90y Im surv. w. Is b . Lanarkshire , Scotland
Rector of Bristol Parish.
8. Elizabeth Owen d John and Ann Gary wid. of Chambers Owen
Oct. 30 Cancer 56y b.P.Geo. d.P'bg. surv. 1 s by 1st
husband Jeremiah Vaughan, 1 d by 2nd husband Chambers Owen
1. Elizabeth P. Brown d John and Nancy Matthews w of Daniel
Brown Nov. 3 Pleurisy 57y surv. h,ls,2d b. Goochland Co.
VA d. P'bg.
2. Elizabeth Seward d Lane w of Britton Seward Nov. 13
Pleurisy 66y surv. 2s, Id b.P'bg. d. Surry Co.,VA
son-in-law James E. Holcraft
3. Sarah Potts Nov. 21 Malignant Fever 13y d.P'bg. Inmate
of Petersburg Female Orphan Asylum.
4. Ellen Wallace w of John Wallace Nov. 24 Consumption
50y 2m b. Ireland d.Picketts, Chesterfield Co. surv.
h,ls,5d Grson William A. Tyson
1. Mary A.G. Gill d Simon and Margaret Eraser w of Edward
B. Gill Dec. 7 Consumption 37y 2m lid surv. h,3s,ld
2. John N. Slade s Thomas and Elizabeth Slade Dec. 8 Erysipelas
18y 8m 13d surv.m, 3sis,lb b. Surry Co.,VA d. Ettricks,
3. Lucy Rowlett d William and Mary Worshain w of Daniel Rowlett
Dec. 11 Prolapsus Uteri 55y surv.2s,ld b. Sussex Co.,VA
d. Richmond, VA.
Helen Elizabeth Williamson d Benjamin F. and Maria Louisa
Williamson Dec. 12 Bronchitis ly 11m surv. f,m b.P'bg.
Catherine Turner d Benjamin and Mary Hardy s of James
Turner Dec. 13 Childbed. 23y 8m 26d surv. h,m,3b,7sis
b. Amelia Co.,VA d.Ettricks, C'field.
Martha Warren d John and Sarah Lane w of Lemuel Warren
Dec. 16 Erysipelus 65y 9m 4d surv. 3d b. Surry Co.,VA
Francis Spraggins Dec. 18 Sore Throat 60y 3m surv. w,
3s, 2d by a former marriage b. James City Co.,VA Married
Mrs. Mary Ann Rockwell d.P'bg.
Albert Lufsie s Wiley and Lucy Lufsie Dec. 19 unk. cause
18y 2ra surv. m,lb b. P.Geo. Co.
Mary Vaughan d John and Frances Dugger w of William M.
Vaughan Dec. 20 Pleurisy 70y 3m surv. Id b. Brunswick
Co., VA d.P'bg.
William Colget Boswell s Joseph and Elizabeth Boswell
Dec. 21 Old Age 82y surv.w,4s,2d b . Mecklenburg Co.,VA
Martha Hill Fisher d Christopher and Sarah V. Fisher
Dec. 23 Hydrocephalus 9m surv.f,m b.P'bg. d.P'bg.
William Thomas Vaughan s David W. and E.G. Vaughan Dec. 24
Acute Hydrocephalus 10m7d b.P'bg. d.P'bg/
Rebecca P. Strachan d Robert and Catherine Boiling wid.
Dr. John B. Strachan Dec. 26 Cancer Uteri 52y surv. Is, 4d
b.P'bg. d. P'bg.
Frances Davis d Neeley and Fanny Tinsley w of Samuel
Davis Dec. 26 Cancer Uteri 72y 11m 5d surv.h. Is, 4d
b. Hanover Co.,VA d. P'bg.
1. Robert Jordan s Robert and Dorothea Jordan Jan. 2 Erysipelas
28y 9d surv. w, Is, Id b.Isle of Wight Co.,VA d.P'bg.
2. Ann Robinson Maghee d William and Prudence Maghee Jan. 2
Infantile disease 2 weeks surv. f,m,2b,2sis b.P'bg.
3. Elizabeth Brown Williams d Henry and Nancy Tench w of
Archibald Williams Jan. 8 Billious Pleurisy 46y 11m 7d
surv. m,h,4d,2b,ls b.P'bg. d.P'bg.
k, John Tinsley Jan. 8 Consumption 65y surv.w,ls,ld
b. Hanover Co.,VA d. P'bg.
5. Isabella Wigden d William and Mary Graham w of Thomas G.
Wigden Jan. 21 Asthma 28y surv. h. Is by her former
marriage b . Bait imore , MD d.P'bg.
6. William L. Griffin s William and Diana L. Griffin Jan. 24
Consumption 18y 3m surv . f , m, lb , 2 s is b. Lunenburg Co.,VA
7. Thomas R. Jordan s Robert and Dorothea Jordan Jan. 25
Erysipelas 40y surv. w, 2s, 2d B. Isle of Wight Co.,VA
1. William Knock s William and Mary Knock Feb. 4 Consumption
22y 6m surv . f , lb , 1 s is b.Kent, England d.P'bg.
2. George Brown Feb. 10 45y Consumption surv. w, Is
b. District of Columbia d.P'bg.
3. William Coles Sykes s Thomas W. and Martha D. Sykes Feb. 12
P.leurisy 7m 7d surv . f , m, 1 s is B. P'bg. d. P'bg.
4. James Meriweather Hurt s Lewelling and Nancy Hurt Feb. 13
Consumption 42y surv . w( El izabeth D.),3s b. Lunenburg Co.,
5. infant dau. William E. and Jane Steward Feb. 16 Convulsions
5 weeks surv.f,m,lb b.P'bg. d.P'bg.
6. Martha C. Hardy d Darwill and Priscilla Thompson Feb. 18
Consumption 28y surv.h,2s,2d b. Brunswick Co.,VA
d. Lynchburg sis. Mrs. Prudence Maghee
7. Isabella Morgan d Andrew and Catherine Michie w of James
Morgan Feb. 20 Consumption 60y 8m surv. h, 3s, Id
b.Fifeshire, Scotland d.P'bg.
8. infant dau. Nathaniel and Margaret Wilson Feb. 22
Pleurisy 4m b. Dinwiddle Co.,VA d.P'bg.
9. James Baird Watson s James E. and Mary F. Watson Feb. 25
Abscess and Ulceration in the head 3m Id surv . f , m, 2s is
SUSSEX COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY, 1802 - 1823
An important source for documenting migration is the power
of attorney, recorded in county deed books. This instrument usually
shows where a person has moved and .gives some clue to his connection
with the county in which the power of attorney is recorded. Often,
two or three generations are mentioned within one instrument.
The Index to Deeds for Sussex County has been examined, and
those powers of attorney which contain genealogical information or
evidence of migration have been abstracted.
Standard state abbreviations are used as well as the following:
DB-Deed Book; P-Page; Sus. -Sussex County; Co. -County; Bro . -Brother ;
Sis. -Sister; Gr-Grand; PoA-Power of Attorney; Att . -Attested at
DB J,p. 6. Absalom Flowers of Sus. PoA to Mr. David Andrews of
Sus. 1 to transfer land entered by David Flowers dec. (whose heir
at law Absalom is) in the Western Country: 2500 acres on the South
side of Tenice River in a large bend below the second large creek
below the mouth of Duck River : warrant issued 12 Jan. 1785; 2500
acres on south side of Tenice R. on a creek below the mouth of
lick Creek all which lands are in my name.
D. Apr. 1,1802
R. Apr. 1,1802
DB J, p. 1^9. John Hay and William Bullock both of Williamson Co.
TN PoA to Howell Seaborne (friend ) 1 to receive our legacies from
est. of Balaam Hay late of Sussex Co. Va. dec. which we may be due
as representatives of sd. decedant.
D. 2 Nov. 1802
R. 3 Feb. 1803.
Att. Williamson Co. TN Nov. 1802.
DB J, p. 172 Nancy Barker, David Barker, Salley Barker, Hanslem
Sammons of Sussex Co. Va . PoA to John Holt of same place to
receive anything due us from Elias Harris and Peter Ross executors
of Joel Barker of Orange Co. NC .
D. Apr. 11, I803
R. July 7,1803
Witn: Howell Jones, Isaac Adams, Jno . Maury.
DB J, p. 2^9 Richard Andrews of Sussex Co. VA abt to remove to
Kentucky PoA to Friend and relation Stephen Andrews of Sussex Co Va.
to sell land I latey lived upon (244 acres in Sussex Co.) also personal
property, to paying debts, and give me the balance.
D. Jan. 12,1804
R. Feb. 2,1804
Witn: Jesse Barker, Richard Gary, Jesse Andrews , Wil 1 iam Poarch, William
Harr ison Sr .
uts R, p. Ji^ Sealy Hay of Davisson Co. TN PoA to friend Nathaniel
Wickes of Sussex to sell land (42 acres) in Sussex.
D. 21 Nov. 1806
DB K, p. 39
D. 21 Nov. 1806
R. May 7, 1807
Attn: Davidson Co.,TN Nov.
(NB from following deed Na
allotted Sealy Hay accordin
^ J. , J. W VJ V-:
thaniel Wyche to Kinchen Felts 42 acres
g to will of her father Richard Hay.)
DB K, p. 390 Allen Hines of Franklin Co. NC, adm. w/ will annexed
of Micajah Hines late of Sussex Co. PoA to Benjamin Peete of Sussex
1 to sell personal estate of said Micajah Hines
2 to recover debts due the estate of decedant
3 to deliver legacies according to will of decedant.
D. Feb. _ 1810
R. Sept. 6, 1810
Witn: Archer Parker, Ben Lanier, L(ittleton) Lanier.
DB L, p. 17 Nathaniel Dobie exec, of Robert Tatem dec. of Sussex
Co. Va. PoA to son William Dobie. 1 to receive and recover from the
representatives of Charles Gee dec. of Halifax Co. NC all due me as
executor of Tatem who was heir to Charles Gee dec.
D. Dec. 7, 1810
R. Feb. 11, 1811
Witn: Peter Tatum, Nathaniel Dobie Jr.
DB L, p. 191 Jesse Andrews of Sussex PoA to John Andrews of Logan
Co. Ky. 1 to sell my negro boy in his possession and to pay me the
D. Aug. 6, 1812
R. Aug. 6, 1812
No Witn .
to sell for
. 273 John Massenburg
w ocll for me my lands in
31 July 1813
Aug. 5, 1813
of Sussex PoA to
;on William E. Massenburg
DB L, p. 458 Braxton Sammons of Rowan Co. NC PoA to bro. Grove Sammons
of same place 1 to sell my interest in my wife Nancy's part of land
in Sussex Co. which she heired of her father Hardy Pate.
D. Feb. 6, 1815
R. May 6, 1815
Attn: Rowan Co. NC Feb. 6,1815
No Wi tn .
DB M ,p. 5 Henry Brown of Davidson Co. TN PoA to brother James Brown
to receive for my use my share of the estate of my father William
Brown late of IW Co. dec. and of my late uncle John Holt dec. of Sussex
Co. and as legatee of my grf Nathaniel Holt dec. of Sussex Co.
D. May 31,1815
R. Oct. 2, 1815 IW
Attn: Davidson Co. TN June 1, 1815. R. Jan. 4, 1816 Sussex
R. Jan. 4, 1816 Sus
DB M,p. 7 Benjamin Brown_e of Williamson Co. TN PoA to bro James
Browne same as above
D. June 9, 1815
R, Oct. 2, 1815 IW No Witn.
Att: Williamson Co. TN June 9, 1815.
Jan. 4, 1816 Sus.
DB M,p. 39 George Wooten of Belmont Co., Ohio PoA to Elijah Bain to
sell in my name 1/3 of the land in Sussex formerly poss'd. by Edward
Wooten, dec. of whom I am a legal heir<
D. Aug. 18, 1815
R. Mar. 7, 1816
Att: Belmont Co., Ohio Aug. 18,1815.
Witn: John Bevan, John P. Bevan.
DB M p. 40 Elijah Bain of Belmont Ca Ohio and gdn. of Eldridge Wootten
and Meranda Wootten minor heirs of Edward Wootten, dec. late of Sussex
Co. PoA to bro. Lemuel Bain of Sussex Co. to sell in my name as gdn.
to Wootten minors their undivided 2/3 interest in land of Edward Wootten.
D. Sept. 30,1815
R. Mar. 7, 1816
Witn: Nichs. Presson, James White, William Dobie.
DB M,p. 181 Polly Pate of Bedford Co. TN PoA to
(my brother) of same place to receive of John Jarrard the
Henry Pate, dec. now acting as gdn. of said Polly Pate in Sussex Co.
all sums due me as heir of Hardy Pate dec.(incl. 1/6 of land m Sussex)
D. Feb. 22,1817
R. Apr. 3, 1817
Att: Bedford Co.
Witn: W. Casey,
TN Feb. 22,1817.
DB M,p. 200 Benjamin Dunn of Davidson Co
of same place 1 to transact all business
of William Lofton dec. of Sussex the legacy bequeathed
to r ece ive from
to my son Thomas
Att: Davidson Co
D. Oct. 3, 1815
R. May 1, 1817
Dunn (now dec . )
TN Oct. 3, 1815.
DB M,p. 284 David Lessenberry and w Lurana(late Hobbs), dau
Hobbs dec. of Sussex Co. and Elizabeth Hobbs another dau. of
Hobbs dec. PoA to Robert Lessenberry of Barren Co KY 1 to
their interest in land in
Sussex which said Thomas Hobbs possessed
2 Elizabeth further impowers her attorney to receive of John Smith
of Sussex and then sell certain slaves.
Att: Barren Co. KY Jan. 24,1818.
D. Oct. 2,1817
R. Mar. 5, 1818
Witn: H.F.Greenwood, Alexander Hobbs
DB M,p. 419 Linton Hailes and Sherod Hailes of Davidson Co.TN, two
of the heirs of Micajah Hailes dec. of Sussex Co. VA PoA to James
Seaborn of Sus . 1 to sell our portion of the land formerly belonging
to Micajah Hailes dec.
Att: Davidson Co. TN
D. Nov. 5, 1818
R. Feb. 4, 1819
DB N, p. 36 Henry Sledge and w Elizabeth of Williamson Co. TN PoA
to Person Pate of Lincoln Co.,TN. to sell 49 acres in Sussex being
land left by riardy Pate of Sussex to his dau. Elizabeth, now Sledge
Att: nfilliamson Co. TN Jan. 15,1820.
D. 15 J an. 1820
R. Apr. 6, 1820
DB N,p. 217 John Weathers late of Sussex Co. VA, now of City of
Mobile, AL PoA to Thomas Weathers of Mobile 1 to handle all my business
in Sussex Co. or VA 2 to receive from William Pairum or Sussex adm.
of our deceased father Benjamin Weathers all legacies , etc . due me.
Att: Mobile AL 13 June 1821.
D. June 13,1821
R. Aug. 3,1821
Witn: M McKinsey.
DB N,p. 274 Bersheba Miller C former ly Campbell) of Washington Co.
NC PoA to Edward Reese of So'n. Co.VA to recover all due m e f rom the
estate of my deceased uncle Curtis Land.
Att: Washington Co. NC
D. 20 July 1821
R. Nov. 1,1821
Wit: Josiah Flower.
DB N,p. 294 John Joiner and Curtis Joiner of Lawrence Co. GA.
PoA to Jesse Joiner of same place to recover from Henry Megee of
Sussex Co. VA all debts due us and transact our business.
Att: Laurens Co. GA. 22 Oct. 1821.
D. 22 Feb. 1821
R. Dec. 7, 1821
Witn: Bennet Joiner, Levi F. Miller.
DB N, p. 295 Elizabeth Langley of Nash Co. NC PoA to Jesse Joiner
of Laurens Co. GA to receive from the estate of Curtis Land, dec.
of Sussex Co. VA all sums due me'.
D. Nov. 24,1821
R. Dec. 7, 1821
Witn: George Cooper, Josiah Vick.
DB N, p. 319 Ann Bacon (d of John Kelley Sr ., dec .), Booth Parham
(husband of Susan, a granddau. of sd. Kelley) and Elizabeth M. Parham
all of Sussex Co. VA . PoA to William K. Parham of same place. to
receive our shares of the estate of Elizabeth Kelly, dec. late
of Wilkes Co., GA., a dau. of sd. Kelly.
D. Feb. 2, 1822
R. Feb. 7, 1822
Witn: Henry W. Epps, William Robinson, Isaac Robinson.
DB N,p. 327 Jesse H. Hill of Barren Co. KY PoA to friend Isaac
Hill of same place to sell for me my interest in 100 acres in Sussex
Co. VA which was willed to my mother Mildred Hill by her father
John Hinds, and sold by my father Isaac Hill to Henry Ellis during
my mother's life, which at her decease was to descend to me by legal
Att: Barreni Co.KY Aug. 23,1816.
D. Aug. 23,1816
R. Feb. 28, 1822
DB N,p. 434 Alexander Hobbs of Sussex PoA to sister Frances Hobbs
of Barren Co. KY to receive of Benjamin Gasaway of Barren Co. KY
1 negro man.
D. Oct. 2, 1822
R. Oct. 2j 1822
DB N,p. 454 Adam Little and Lucy Little of Knox Co. TN PoA to our
friend James Turk of Maryville TN to receive any sums due us in
VA and transact all our business there.
Att: Knox Co. TN Apr. 3, 1822
D. Apr.. 3, 1822
R. Nov. 18,1822
DB N, p. 479
of the representative of Samuel Jarrad dec. all due us as the legal
heirs of Nicholas Jarrad, dec. Said Samuel Jarrad deed, in Sussex
Co. leaving a son John Nicholas Jarrad who died an infant. We are
heirs of Samuel and said son in right of our heirship of said Nicholas
Att: Logan Co. KY Oct. 12,1822
D. 12 Oct. 1822
R. Dec. 5, 1822
DB N,p. 481 Thomas Pate and Jesse Pate of Williamson Co. TN PoA
to Henry Applewhite to receive from David Grizzard of Sussex Co.
whatever is due us from the est. of Thomas Pate Sr.,dec.
Att: Williamson Co.TN Oct. 8, 1822
D. 7 Oct. 1822 Att. Williamson Co.,TN D. 8 Oct. 1822
DB N,p. 483 Charity Hill, widow of He rbin Hill dec, of Todd Co.
KY PoA to Green Hill of same place to receive of the executor,
etc. of Samuel Jarrard dec. of Sussex my equal part of the land
which my brother Samuel Jarrard dec., possessed and to sell the
same in my name.
Att: Todd Co. KY Oct. 14, 1822
D. Oct. 12, 1822
R. Dec. 5, 1822
Witn: Wm. M. Terry, J.D.Gorin, William Parham.
DB 0,p. 1 James Alsobrook of Jones Co. GA PoA to Howell Nicholson
of Sussex to receive money due me as gdn. of Benj . Lanes (orphans):
Wm. and Elizabeth due from their previous gdn. Richard P. Clements
D. Aug. 8, 1800
R. Apr. 4, 1823
Witn: Henry R. Gilliam, Howell Harris.
DB 0,p. 47 Sarah Lee of Limestone Co. Al PoA to Jarratt Weaver
of Halifax Co. NC
which reverted to
Att: Limestone Co,
D. Mar. 14, 1823
R. Sept. 4, 1823
to sell my rights to land in Sussex Co,
me as legatee of John N. Jarrott.
AL March 14, 1823
DB 0,p. 62 Nathaniel Dobie alias Dobey of Sussex Co. VA PoA
to Charles Gee Jr. late of Pr. Geo. Go. VA but now in TN
to sell or rent a certain tract in Western Dist. of TN (warrant
No. 39) 228 Acres
D. Nov. 6, 1823
R. Nov. 6, 1823
Witn: Joseph Mason, Wm . Harrison, Nathaniel Dobie Jr.
DB 0,p. 78 Charlotte Pate(late Adams), a dau. of Margaret
Adams and widow of Herbert Pate, dec. late of Warren Co.,GA
and David Pate and Thomas Gibson, executors of will of Herbert
Pate PoA to Howell Nicholson of Sussex Co. VA to receive from
Joseph Prince of Sussex Co. the shares of the estates of Margaret,
Benjamin, and Elizabeth Adams which may be due Harbart Pate, dec.
in right of his wife Charlotte.
Att: Warren Co. GA Nov. 24,1823
D. 24 Nov. 1823
R. Jan. 1,1824
DB 0,p, 117 Frederick Owen, ex. of Peter Threewitts, dec. of Sussex
Co. PoA to friend Drury Owen of Sussex Co. VA. to possess all the
estate of Mrs. Ann Threewitts, lately deceased of Sussex Co.,
formerly the property of Peter Threewitts her late husband and to
sell it in my name.
Att. Davidson Co. TN Oct. 21,1823
D. 21 Oct. 1823
R. Apr. 1, 1824
DB 0,p. 179 Mary Eldridge of Sussex PoA to son John J. Eldridge
of same place to dispose of my property which I am entitled to in
AL by will of Ann Irby, dec
Ann Irby my interest^ also a
Eldridge by sd. Ann Irby.
D. Oct. 7, 1824
R. Oct. 7, 1824
and to receive from Edwin Jones, ex. of
negro girl devised my dau. Rebekah Ann
DB 0,p. 179 Peter Tatum of Madison Co. TN PoA to Joseph Clanton
of Sussex to receive from the adm. or ex. of Thomas and John Tatan
dec. my portion of the decendants' estates.
Att. Madison Co. TN July 28, 1824
D. 29 July 1824
R. 7 Oct. 1824
DB 0,p. 197 John Nicholson, executor of Samuel Hargrave,
dec. of Sussex Co. PoA to Zacheriah Harris of Surry Co. VA
to receive of Austin Hargrave of Franklin Co. NC money due from
Austin Hargrave to the estate of his bro. Samuel Hargrave being
Samuel's share of the estate of William Hargrave of KY which
Austin was handling.
•Witn: Binns Harrison, Jesse Hargrave.
D. 3 Nov. 1824
R. 4 Nov. 1824
DB 0,p. 257 John Johnson of Sussex Co. (adm. of James Holland
Johnson late of the US Army) PoA to Arthur Smith of Washington,
D.C. to receive any money due my intestate and to obtain a patent
for bounty land.
D. 1 Feb. 1825
R. Feb. 3, 1825
No Wi tn .
DB 0,p. 304 Mary Hicks widow of Clement Hicks dec. and Laban,
James, Asa, Hicks , Rachel Parson, Joseph Hicks, Robert Hicks surviving
heirs of Clement Hicks - all of Belmont Co., OH PoA to James
Hicks (aforesaid) of same place to receive from James C.
Clk of Ct all now owing to us.
Att: Belmont Co., OH Dec. 25, 1824
Witn: Porter Land, Jas. S. Alexander
D. Dec. 25, 1824
B a i 1 cy
D. Dec. 25, 1824
R. May 5, 1825
DB 0,p. 358 Levi S. Gilliam of Wilson Co. TN PoA to Lewellin
R. Cain of Sussex to obtain from Littleberry Partridge adm.
of my father Levi Gilliam, dec. my share of his estate according
to Va . law.
Att: Wilson Co. TN Aug. 5, 1825
D. Aug. 5, 1825
R. Oct. 6, 1825
DB 0,p.392 John J. Jones and Calvin Hine of Limestone Co. AL
PoA to John K. Wilburn of same place to recover any legacies
due us by the death of Rebecca Wilburn, dec., widow of William
Wilburn, dec. and Henry H. Wilburn, dec., son of said William.
Witn: William E. Adams
D. Dec. 3, 1825
R. Jan. 5, 1826
DB 0,p. 393 Elizabeth Love and James Wilburn of Madison Co.
AL PoA to John K,
same as above
Witn: Burwell T.
D. Dec. 3, 1825
R. Jan. 5, 1826
Wilburn of Limestone Co. AL
486 John Moore
re of Scott Co.,
Att: Caldwell Co.
D. Oct. 10,1823
R. June 1, 1826
of Caldwell Co.,KY PoA to my
issouri to transact all busin
Oct. 15, 1823
DB 0,p. 509 Anne Barham of Hawkins Co. TN PoA to son Robert
Barham of same pi. to receive of the estate of Winny Long dec
late of Sussex Co. my part of her estate due me as one of her
children or as an heir of my dec. father Charles Long.
Att: Hawkins Co. TN Mar. 28, 1826
D. mar. 27,1826
R. Sept. 7, 1826
DB 0,p. 510 David Wren of Davidson Co. TN PoA to bro. Thomas
Wrenn to receive my portion of William Loftin's estate due my
as an heir in right of my wife Mary (a legatee).
Witn: Jesse Clanton, Howell Myrick.
D. July 16, 1826
R. Oct. 5, 1826
DB 0,p. 511 Nancy Spain Pf Summer Co TN PoA to Littleton H
Parham of Sussex to receive what is 'due me from my sister Sarah
Parham, dec. of Sussex'Co.
Att: Summer Co. TN Sept. 20, 1826
D. Sept. 20, 1826
R. Oct. 5, 1826
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY WILL BOOK 1754-1784
Prince Edward Co. was formed from Amelia Co. in 1753. The
first will book has been abstracted from a photostat copy at
the Virginia State Library. Abbreviations which I have used
are the following: Pr . Edw. for Prince Edward; St. P. for Saint
Patrick; ex. for executor; adm. for administrator; wit. for
witness; Inv. for inventory; appr. for appraisers; d. for
dated; R. for recorded; est. for estate; dau. for daughter;
grandau. for grandaughter ; granson. for grandson; and bro.
P. 1 Inv. of John Gordon by order D. May 1754 R. 18 Aug.
1754 Wit. William Watson, James Mellroy, Alex. Hamilton.
Signed: Mary Gordon.
P. 2 Will of John Gordon of Amelia Co. Nottoway Parish
D. 22 Dec. 1753 Wife Mary plantation where I now
live. Son John plantation where I now live and 200 acres
adjoining. Dau. Sarah 100 acres being same whereon I
now live. Dau. Jane 100 acres being part of tract whereon
I now live. Ex. Wife Mary and friends Alexr. Joyce and
Thos. Joyce Jr. Wit. Henry Farley Sen., James Holderness.
P. 3 Will of Caleb Beaker of Amelia Co. D. 24 Nov.- 1750.
R. ( ) 1754 Son Samuel Beaker 463 acres in Amelia Co.
on Spring Ck. Son Henry Beaker 400 acres joining the
foregoing piece of land. Son Abraham Beaker 200 acres
Inv. of Caleb Baker.
Appr. William Price, Charles Hudson,
July 4, 1754 Inv. of John Davison
Alexr. Cunningham, William Atkins.
Wm. Davison, and Joshua Davison.
Will of John Davidson
Appr. William Owen,
Signed: Ann Davison,
„,. , ^ Nottoway Parish in Pr. Edw. Co.
Wife: Ann. Son: William Davidson 100 acres. Son Richard
Davxdson. Son Joshua Davidson. Son Daniel Davidson loS
acres on Mountain Ck. Dau. Elizabeth Davidson. Son George
Davidson 100 acres. Son Ambrous Davidson 100 acres
Wii?'?^^''^ S't ^^°^h^^ George. Ex. Wife Ann and sons
William and Joshua. Wit. Alexander Fraser, James Rutledge
Wi Brown. D. 13 March 1754. R. n June 1754. '^^^eage.
Will Qf Daniel Dejarnatt of Nottaway Parish Pr Edw Co
Ck Dau Bety Ford. Son Daniel land lieing on Sandy River
Ck 'so'n Jo^rJ^'d h°^ '""'°^' ''' ^^^^^ ^-^-^ - /ouTtirn
on's.nd i . ^'^°^ '"^^ ^°^^- S°" Christopher land
on Sandy River and Snates Ck. Dau. Lidia 180 acres on
lore side of Mountain Ck. Dau. Martha one negro girl
Darcus. Ex. Wife Martha Dejarnatt, Richard Perrymfn,
Devenport. Wit. Jacob MackReehee. u.r^r^.r i.^,.^' n'
n m c ackgeehee, Henry Jackson, Cathaarine
D. 11 Sept. 1754. R. 1754
nv. taken 22 Jan. 1755 of Daniel Dejarnatt,
tkms, James Hamlett, Benjamin Atkins. Ex
nd Richd. Ferryman.
r'^'J^ m'^^'^'" Overstreet. Appr. John Morton, John Watson,
Richd. Morton. Signed: Eliza Overstreet. R. 1757.
J;!!' °f Thos. Saterwhite. Appr. John Fulton, Thomas Baldwin,
Oct 11,1755 by Ob. Woodson. Aug. 31, 1756 by John Hodnett.
R. 11 Jan. 1757.
Will of David Flournoy. Bro. Matthew Flournoy 500 acres
joining Jn. Martin, Abraham Baker, and Chas. Anderson
200_acres in Chesterfield also all profit of my Sheriffs
office. Bro. Thomas Flournoy my plantation with 680 acres
joining thereto. Also 5 negroes: Will, Suckey, Patients,
Lucy and Frank. Sister Mary Booker a negro girl Molley.
Ex. Thomas Scott. Wit. Jacob Womack, John Watkins, William
Bumpas. D. 7 Sept. 1757. R. None.
P. 15 Inv. of Est. of David Flournoy. Appr
John Markin, James Thackston. D. Dec,
P. 16 Appraisal of Est. of Mary Graham. Appr. Alexr. Hamilton,
John Cunningham, Robt. Johns. Adm. Thos. Graham, Samuel
Graham. D. 10 April .
P. 17 Will of Samuel Ewing. Son. George 238^ acres where he
now lives for which I have a deed from Edward Brawhite.
Wife Margaret a negro Fanny. Son Alexander Ewing
a negro Charles. Dau. Jane to have a child of Fanny.
Dau. Oliver to have a child of Fanny. Dau. Margaret to
have a child of Fanny. Dau. Ann to have a child of Fanny.
Grandson Samuel Ewing son of George Ewing. Grandson Samuel
Ewing son of Alexander Esring. Grandson Samuel Caldwell.
Ex. sons George and Alexander Ewing. Wit. Chas. Venable,
James Ewing, Nathl. Ewing. D. 30 Sept. 1758. R. 10
P. 18 Inv. of Simon Edwards. Appr. Phil Halcombe, Ben. Haskins,
Joseph Rice. D. 18 Oct. 1758.
P. 19 Inv. of est. of Capt. Saml. Ewing. Appr. Charles Venable,
Jno. Caldwell, Saml. Wallace. D. 8 May 1759. R. 8 May
P. 21 Will of Robert Baker of Buffelow Settlement in Pr. Edw.
Wife mary 3 negroes: Will, Isaac, Jean and other negro
Jacob. Son-in-law James Anderson other half of my land.
Grandson Samuel Anderson at wife's death negro Jacob.
Grandchildren Thomas and Mary Anderson. Grandson Robert
Baker son of Samuel Baker smiths tools. Cozen John Hill.
Cozen Robert Baker son of Douglas Baker. Cozen Easter
Hulladay. George Burnett. Grandchildren Robert Baker
above mentioned Mary, Margaret, John Baker children of son
Samuel deceased. Ex. wife Mary and son-in-law James Anderson.
Wit. Wm. Watson, John Richey, Margaret Richey. D. 2 March
1759. R. 10 April 1759.
P. 22 By order of Court held 10 April 1759 Appraisal of Est. of
Robt. Baker. Appraisers Wm . Watson, James Parks,
Robert Johnson. Ex. Mary Baker, James Anderson. D. 7 May
1759. R. 8 May 1759.
P. 24 Will of Martha Baker of St. Patrick Parish Pr. Edw. Co.
Son Caleb Baker 2 negroes: Cato & Occoro. Son Samuel Baker.
Dau. Martha wife of Charles Ewing. Son-in-law -Charles
Ewing a legacy of 20 fc left him by my husband Caleb Baker.
Dau. Ruth wife of Samuel Johnston. Dau. Mary wife of Robert
Ewing. Ex. Samuel Baker and Caleb Baker. Wit. J. LeNeve,
Jno. Wright, John Baldwin. D. 20 April 1759. R. 8 May 1759.
P. 26 Inv. of John Turner. App. Jacob McGehee, Thos. Turpin,
Henry Ligon. Adm. Mary Turner.
P. 27 By court held 12 June 1759 Inv. of John Turner was recorded.
P. 27 By court order of dated Feb. court 1760 appraisal of estate of Thomas
Stone. Appr. Obadia Woodson, Willm. Campbell, Thos. Wood.
D. 3 March 1760. R. 13 May 1760.
P. 28 By court order Sept. 1759 appraisal of est. of Jonathan
Cheatham deed. Appr. John Watkins, Henry Barksdale, Joseph
Rice. Adm. Betheny Cheatham. Settlement of est. of John
Cheatham. Appr. Thos. Haskins, John Watkins, Ben. Haskins.
D. 5 Sept. 1761.
P. 29 Will of Robert Gillespie. Wife Frenke a negro girl Jude
during her life. Sons: William, George, James 606 acres
to be equally divided and William to have the improvement
I live on. Ex. wife Frenke Gillespie, James Parks, and
George Ewing. Wit. Willm. Campbell, Jams. Ewing, Nathaniel
Ewing. D. 14 Oct. 1758.
P. 30 By Court order d. 14 Nov. 1758 Appraisal of est. of Robert
Gillespie. Appr. John Caldwell, John Cunningham, William
Crockett. Ex. James Parks, Frenky Gillespie, George Ewing.
P. 32 Inv. of Edward Pinnick. Appr. Peter Le Grand, Richd.
Morton, Robt. Bird. Adm. Jeremiah Penick. D. 1 Aug.
P. 32 Apraisal of est. of William Ruttledge. Appr. Jacob Macgehe,
James Rutledge, William Davidson. Adm. Judith Rutledge.
D. 18 Sept. 1759.
P. 34 By court order D. April 1761 Appraisal of Est. of James
Archdeacon. Appr. Matt. Flournoy, William Booker, Jno.
Bigger. Signed Edmond Archdeacon.
P. 35 Will of William Barns of St. Patrick Parish Pr. Edw. Co.
Son John Maxey. Dau. Catherine. Dau. Mary. Dau. Susannah.
Wife Elizabeth 100 acres for life. Sons Frances and
Jimmy my land to be divided by Joseph Rice, Matthew Rice,
Matthew Harris (son Francis to have his choice.)
Dau. Tempe. Dau. Nanny. Dau. Delpha. Ex. wife Elizabeth
and Col. Thomas Tabb. Wit. John Watkins, Matthew Harris,
Obadiah, Claybrook, Joseph Rice, Henry Barksdale, Daniel
Harris. D. 15 March 1760.
P. 38 By court order dated May 1760 appraisal of est. of Charles
Smith. Appr. William Booker, Thos. Flournoy, Edw. Archdeacon.
D. 13 May 1760.
P. 38 Will of Mary Baker widow of Robert Baker Gunsmith. Son-
in-law James Anderson. Grandson-Samuel Anderson. Grandaughter-
Mary Baker. Grandson-Robert Baker 200 acres. Grand
dau . -Mar gare t Baker. Grandson- John Baker. Cousin- John
Hill. Cousin-Robt. Baker son to Douglas Baker. Cousin-
Cousin-George Shelbu( ). Grandchildren-Samuel,
and Mary Anderson. Grandchildren-Mary, Robert,
John Baker, Mary Swallow. Ex. son-in-law James
cusin Robert Baker son to Douglass Baker. Wit.
Philip McTagart, Mary McTagart. D. 9 Oct. 1760
Tho s . ,
Wm . Wat son.
P. 41 Appraisal of est. of Mary Baker. Appr. Wm . Watson, Geo.
Exijing, Jas. Ewing. Ex. Jas . Anderson. D. 20 Feb. 1761.
P. 42 Inv. of Martha Baker. Ex. Saml. Baker and Caleb Baker.
P. 43 Will of Christopher Arwhin. Two oldest sons Abraham
ArUi in and Andrew 200 acres to each. Two next oldest
sons William Arwhin and Christopher Arwhin. Dau. Margaret
Arwhin. Christopher Arwhin youngest son. Wit. John
Crockett, James Parkes, Saml. Wallace. Ex. John Arwhin
and Abraham ArwMn. D. None R. None
P. 44 Appraisal of est. of Christopher Erwin.
Erwin, John Erwin.
P. 45 Will of James Wimbish of St. Patrick parish Pr. Edw.
to wife during her life 4 slaves: Moll, Will, Tom, Lucy
and if needed Phillis. Dau. Martha wife of Hugh Challes
2 negro girls Hannah and Chloe born of Phillis. Dau.
Anne the wife of William Baldwin slave Agness.
Dau. Sarah wife of Rev. Mr. James Garden slave Sue.
Son -James Wimbish negro Mingo and Harry. Dau. -
Mary wife of James Thackston. 3 younger sons: Samuel,
John, Benjamin Wimbish all land and slaves not already
disposed of and those alloted to my wife. Ex. 3 sons
last mentioned. Wit. George Davies, Nathel Barksdale,
Archibald Mcelroy. D. 1 Feb. 1761. R. 10 Feb. 1761.
PRINCESS ANNE MARRIAGES 1737-44
by L.H. HART
The following marriages are either stated or inferred from entries
found in the Court Order Book No. 5 for Princess Anne County. Included in
this abstract is the court date and the page reference. The names of both
parties and any other identifying data given have been abstracted.
Abbreviations used are the following: dau. -daughter, wid. -widow, leg.-
legatee, md. -married. It is recommended that in cases where the bride is
a legatee, one should consult the will to more fully determine the bride's
relation to the testator.
Dec. 7, 1737
p.l John Morris (now deceased) md. Alice Hartley (she had a son Thomas
p. 2 Thomas Gardner md. Margaret Thelabell, sister of Robert Thelabell.
John Portlock md. Sarah Ashby, only surviving dau. of John Ashby.
John Batten md. wid. of John Ashby.
Jan. 4, 1737
p.^ Wliitehurst md. Mary Moseley (she had a son George Moseley).
p. 6 John Wishard md. wid. of Lemuel Thelabell.
p. 8 John Malbone md. wid. of Edward Bonney.
Feb. 2, 1737
p. 9 John Morris (now deceased) md. Alice Burgess (she had a son John
p. 10 John Nicholas md. Yates the administrator of John Bolithoe.
George Wishard md. Mary Land, dau. of Capt. Frans. Land.
Capt. Charles Malbone md. wid. of Capt. Frans. Land.
p. 11 Isaac White md. Sarah Purvine, sister of Thomas Purvine, deceased.
p. 12 Edmund Davis md. wid. of Daniel Frizell, Sr., deceased.
Apr. 6, 1738
p. 16 Hugh Barlow md. wid. of Nicholas Chapman.
p. 17 Thomas Clay md. wid. of John Salmon.
May 3, 1738
p. 18 Richard Poole md. wid. of Thomas Ewell.
June 7, 1738
p. 22 Col. Samuel Boush md. wid. of Capt. Thomas Lawson.
Ambross Burfoot md. wid. of John Brinson, Jr.
Sept. 6, 1738
p. 33 William Fife md. Ann the executrix of Thomas Martin, deceased.
Jan. 3, 1738
p. 41 William Cotance md. Sarah Hopkins, dau. of John Hopkins, deceased.
Feb. 7, 1738
p. 43 Philip Torksey md. Elizabeth Holmes, dau. of George Holmes, deceased.
p. 44 James Linton md. Elizabeth Weblin, wid.
Mar. 7, 1738
p. 48 John Nicholas md. Yates Bolithoe, x^^id. of John Bolithoe.
p. 50 Samuel Barrington md. Frances Fentris, dau. of Aron Fentris, deceased.
May 2, 1739
p. 56 Arthur Sayer md. Elizabeth Walke, dau. of Col. Thomas Walke, deceased.
p. 57 Roger Hatton md. wid. of Edward Holmes.
June 6, 1739
p. 62 Thomas Morgan md. wid. of Hardeous Leamon.
p. 63 James Bannister md. wid. of Adam Lovett.
p. 67 William Horsley md. wid. of Joseph Gwin.
Sept. 5, 1739
p. 68 Israel Slatter md. Lydia Buck, dau. of George Buck, deceased.
Lawrence Dauley md. wid. of George Buck.
Nov. 7, 1739
p. 75 Augustus Lane md. Jane Guisborn, dau. of John Guisborn, deceased.
Dec. 5, 1739
p. 80 William Purdy md. Ursula Ivy, dau. of John Ivy, deceased.
Jan. 2, 1739
p. 83 James md. dau. of Robert Dearmore,Sr. (they had a son Lemuel James),
Reods. Malbone md. wid. of William Biddle.
Feb. 6, 1739
p. 86 Bonney md. Sarah Malbone, dau. of John Malbone, deceased.
McClanhan md. Mary Malbone, dau.. of John Malbone, deceased.
p. 87 Samuel Boush md. dau. of Simon Hancock, deceased (they had 3 children).
Mar. 5, 1739
p. 90 William Fentris md. wid. of John Hopkins.
Apr. 2, 1740
p. 92 Thomas Hutchings md. Winifred Brock, dau. of John Brock, deceased.
May 7, 1740
p. 94 John Woodhouse md. wid. White (she had a dau. Keziah White).
May 8, 1740
p. 100 Samuel Boush md. Elizabeth Hancock, dau. of Simon and Ann Hancock.
Reodolphus Malbone md. Mary Hancock, dau. of Simon and Ann Hancock.
June 4, 1740
p. 100 Joseph Dobson md. wid. of Lewis Baker.
July 2, 1740
p. 104 Francis Shipp md. Dinah Fentriss, dau. of Aron Fentriss, deceased.
Aug. 6, 1740
p. 106 William Wishart (Now deceased) md. wid. of John Doreing.
p. 113 Samuel Davis md. Elizabeth Baker, dau. of Lewis Baker, deceased.
Nov. 6, 1740
p. 118 Joel Woodard md. Sarah Ewell, dau. of James Ewell, deceased.
Mar. 4, 1740
p. 129 Morris Hill md. Eliza. McCarty, dau. of Darby McCarty, deceased.
Edward Brown md. wid. of Darby McCarty.
Mar. 5, 1740
p. 130 Edward Archer md. Mary, heiress of Hannah Angus.
James Guy md. Eliza., heiress of Hannah Angus.
Elias Cornish md. Eliza., leg. of Thomas Creed, deceased.
May 6, 1741
p. 138 Roberts md. dau. of Capt. Henry Chapman, deceased (they had
a son Henry Roberts).
Oct. 7, 1741
p. 153 John Thelaball md. Mary Oast, dau. of Godwin Oast, deceased.
Emanuel Lestyear md. Eliza. Morris, dau. of Alec Morris, deceased.
Nov. 4, 1741
p. 156 Anthony Williamson md. wid. of William Cartwright.
John Connyer md. wid. of William Lilburn.
Apr. 7, 1742
p. 167 Thomas Axtead md. wid. of John Brock, Jr.
William Fentriss md. dau. of Bartho. Bond.
Aug. 4, 1742
p. 178 William Pead md. Elizabeth, heir of Capt. Henry Chapman, deceased.
p. 179 Malbone md. Margaret Land, wid. of Capt. Frans. Land.
Jan. 5, 1742
p. 190 John McCarter md. Katherine, heir of Keziah Hopkins, deceased.
May 4, 1743
p. 202 Henry Jones md. wid. of Edwd. Old.
p. 205 James Moore md. dau. of Samuel Brock, deceased.
June 1, 1743
p. 206 Robert Jones md. wid. of James Lamount.
Aug. 3, 1743
p. 214 William Keeling, Jr. md. Mary, heir of John Thorowgood, deceased.
Oct. 5, 1743
p. 220 James Oast md. Joyce, heir of Capt. Henry Chapman, deceased.
Dec. 7, 1743
p. 224 James Thelaball md. Elizabeth, heir of William Richmond, deceased.
Mar. 7, 1743
p. 230 George Stone md. Isabella, heir of George Chappel, deceased.
p. 244 Hezekiah Fentriss md. Eliza. Fentriss, dau. of Aron Fentriss, deceased.
Sept. 5, 1744
p. 245 William Keeling md. Mary Thorowgood, dau.(?) of Sarah Thorowgood.
p. 249 William Robinson md. Mary, heir of Capt, John Saunders, deceased.
Nov. 7, 1744
p. 251 John Thorowgood md. Mary Anne, heir of Mrs. Anne Trevethan.
Feb. 6, 1744
p. 259 Giddeon Whitehurst md. Eliza. Berry, dau. of Robert and Mary Berry.
Thomas Turner md. Mary Berry, dau. of Robert and Mary Berry.
John Whitehurst md. Patience Berry, dau. of Robert and Mary Berry.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY TITRABLE LISTS FOR 1759
by J. C. Kolbe
(continued from Vol.2 p. 157)
To the worshipfull Court of Cumberland County The Return of
the Tiths in John Watts Presinks is as followeth:
Page Bond -1
John Hollond -3
John Mint on -3
Thos. Christion -1
Saml . Brown -5
Jeames Brown -1
Robert Smith -1
Edward Cleamons -6
Samson Fleamon -2
Thos. Brome -8
John Bowdon -4
Isaac Beacham -8
William Routon -2
Col. George Carringtan
Benj . Neatherland -13
Colloar Basdell -13
Saml. Taylor -6
Jeames Gilliam -3
Thos. Ogelsby -16
Robart Carter -3
Robart Walkor -1
Benj a. Boatright -1
Jearemiah Cannon -1
Ben j a . Cannon -1
Phinehas Glover -8
Joseph Price -6
Jobe Thomas -7
William Ashlock -1
Robart Johns -12
Lewis Jenkins -5
John Medows -5
John Runals -4
Volintine Martin -2
Benja. Walker -5
Drury Scruggs -7
Benja. Wil son -9
Benj. Harrison -7
Charles McKeney -11
Thos. Guttrey -3
Philip Dunford -3
John McKinney -2
William Samson -1
_]^2 Ralf Phlipin -5
Thos. Hollon -7
Robart Duglas -2
John Davis -1
John Lentch -1
Orlander Huges -8
William Terell -2
Isham Pruett -3
Jobe Walker -1
Mose s Bond -1
Mose s Smith -6
Mary Murrey -5
Drury Hudgins -3
John Alexander -3
Charles Barker -10
John Creasey -1
John Burnet -3
John Mcguiar -1
Jonas Medor -3
Nathan Turner -3
Christepher Dickins -3
John Bond -3
John Roberson Jr. -3
Andrew Edwards -2
William Clark -7
Edward Bond -1
Isaac Winfrey -3
John Murrey -1
Moses Hurt -1
Prichard Feailds -2
Benja. Harrisons -3
Nichles Spears -7
William Drake -1
Nichles Davis -16
Charles Carter -5
Henery Dillien -1
Francis Amos -3
William Dillin -2
Thos. Freman Fretwell -3
John Armisted -8
Saml. Bridgewater -2
John Carter -3
Jonathan Cuningham -1
Saml . Os len -3
John Samons -2
William Palmor -2
John Carter -1
Magor Bowling -1
John Newton -2
William Rusell -1
William Phlipin -1
Saml. Atkinson -1
George Debord -1
Jeames Cuningham Jr. -1
Jeames Cuningham -1
William Hollond -6
Thos . Scruggs -1
David Thompson -1
Charles Fleamon -6
Thos. Tabb -9
Peterfd. Trent -6
Alexr. Trent -29
Joseph Woodson -2
Saml. Allin -3
Robt . Hudgins -5
Thos . Coleman -4
Danill Coleman -7
Benja. Hendrick -2
Williams Daniell -4
George Holland -1
Daniell Hogian -1
Charles Holland -2
William Allen -1
Saml. Milton -1
John Hix -1
Will iam Hix -2
William Hix Jr. -2
Jeames Hallawaw -1
Gedin Patterson -8
John Mearryman -8
John Cock -2
John Bryant -4
Charles Mash -1
James Hallaway -1
Higginson Basdale -9
Ambros Hammon -11
Thos. Jeffs - -6
John Evens -2
Samue 1 Gof f -1
Mathew Hutcheson -3
Julis Devenport -3
Thos . Johns -5
Thos . Wil son -1
Robart Kent -3
Jeames Dowdy -4
Worron Easley -1
William Mills -3
John Lee -2
Bartle Feailds -4
John (Honey) -1
Rudolph (Honcey) -1
Saml . Perrey -4
Zack. Mcguiar -2
William Huges -2
Meggah Turdor -2
Saml. Hallaway -2
Jarot Brukey -(?)
Thomas Mosley -4
John Mosley -5
William Mosley -6
Richard Mosley -4
Henry Clay -9
Henry -Gie.y-3nn¥- 3
Richard Eagleston -56
William Clay -4
Joel Lockitt -1
Giles Driver -1
Thomas Lockitt -3
Gideon Lockitt -2
Eal is Palmer -1
Arter Mosley -12
John Radford -2
Walter Maxsy -2
Richard Povaul -10
Wm . Mills Magruder -1
Thomas Turpin -12
Michel Clay -1
Wm , Elam -4 ■
Nicholas Giles -4
Francis Farley -1
Wm . Worley -1
Thos . Watkins -4
John Watkins -7
Jordan Anderson -2
Benjamin Watkins -5
Charles Ballew -5
Thomas Ballew -4
Benjamin Hatcher -3
Edward Mosley -6
Israel Winfrey -4
Joseph Baugh -6
James B.aley -1
Richard Blankinship -1
Abraham Baugh -1
John Baley -1
John Ward Endion -1
Benjamin Baley -1
John Worley -2
Charles Maxsy -1
Joseph Worley -1
Ghiidtess- Smith 1
Charles Davis -1
James Davis -1
John Radford Jr. -1
Isam Akin -3
Willoughby Pugh -1
Wm. Combs Johns -1
Samuel Evens -1
Wm. Chitwood -1
Francis Chetham -3
John Harris -13
Samuel Flurney -14
John Scott -11
John Depee -10
Benjamin Harris -10
James Harris -10
Wm. Harris -9
Thomas Prosser -9
John Villion -8
Josiah Hatcher -8
Peter Harris -8
Abram Salley -7
Thomas Smith -7
Joseph Bingley -6
James Bryant -6
Robert Good -5
Arter Mos ley -5
John Chasteen -5
Daniel Perron -5
David Lesure -5
Antony Martin -6
Samuel Hever -4
Stephen Forsey -4
Abraham Sandeford -4
Peter Lucddo -4
John Porter -4
John Branford -4
Samuel Landrom -3
John Bondurant -3
Daniel Branch -3
Matthew Bingley -3
Francis Salley -3
Charles Clark -3
Wm . Banton -3
Peter Davy -3
Peter Depp Jur. -2
Jas . Smith -2
John Burner -2
Peter Jurerant -2
Ben Wever -2
Wm. Howard -2
Joseph Bondurant -4
Wm. Street -2
John Chasteen -2
Daniel Easley -2
John Scurry -2
Peter Sublitt -2
Francis Chodoin -1
Charles Amonet -1
John Camp -1
Wm . Baley -1
Edward Masties -1
Frank Marshel -6
Edward Watkins -10
Wm . Mar shell -7
Cread Haskins -10
Matthew Landers -1
Dorothy Pankey -1
Thos. Cock -2
James Anderson -1
Joseph Moss -1
Thos. Bradley -2
:JehR-f ^ i
Sam. Mansfield -2
Archer Hix -13
Brit Randolphs -24
Wm . Maxsey -3
Elezebeth Bagbon -1
John Maxsey -2
Thos. Hall -3
Wm . Langsdon -1
John Cox -5
Wm . Legon -14
Wm. Smith -7
Noel Craft Norrel -1
James Billion -1
Harrod Gipson -1
Phillop Thomas -4
Sam. Childress -5
Thos. Hastey -1
David Lockit -7
Wm . Baley -3
John Canyax -2
John Wooldridge -1
John Wooldridge -2
Bennet Good -11
John Pleasant -22
John Robertson -1
Nathaniel Maxsy -2
Robert Craghed -2
Francis Epperson -2
Jos eph John -1
Daniel Wilmore -1
John Raley -6
Phillop Vest -1
Vator Alford -2
Wm. Watkins -11
Wm . Dudl ey -1
David Sezar -2
Robert Chanlor -1
Henry Hopson -6
Jacob Meshew -8
Francis James -13
Daniel Stoner -17
Edward Parott -3
Mrs . Mayo -10
Watt Lee -8
John Baskervile -15
Wm . Watson -1
Thos . Farley -1
Mrs . Hughe s -5
Robert Hughes -2
John Vest -1
Thos. Porter -8
28 Novr. 1759
UNRECORDED WILLS OF BRUNSWICK COUNTY
by Susan B. Sheppard
The following wills were found among the loose papers of Brunswick
County. They were not recorded, usually for want of sufficient proof.
They have been transcribed verbatim and any information on the docket
has been included. These items are printed with the kind permission
of the Clerk of Court, Brunswick County.
1. WILL OF HANNAH TROTTER. Partly proved Oct. 23,1797.
In The Name of God amen. October 17th 1794.
I hahah Trotter of the county of Brunswick and parrish of Saint Andrews
being very sick and weak at present, do constitute and ordain this
to be my last Will and Testament, and for what worldly Goods it Hath
pleased God to bless me with in this life, I Give Demise of in the
following maner and form following (Vizt)
Item I Give and bequeath unto Nancy Willson one feather bed and Two
Sheets one New pott I purchased, and her saddle and bridle five Dollars
Cash one callico gound to her and her heirs for ever.
Item I Give and bequeath unto Elizabeth forrister Roper one Gold
ring Setf^^twe-feetteifs-HyWy also one Striped Virginia cloth gound,
to her and her Heirs for ever.
Item I Give and bequeth unto Henery Willson Latimer one Gold ring,
gt. two Le tter s , ( H , W, ) to him and His heirs for ever.
Item my will and Desire the remainder of my cloaths may sold and
the money equially Divided betwest Henery Willson children.
Lastly I do appoint my Trusty friends John Willson & Jonathan Fisher
Executors of this My Last will and Testament as witness I have Here
unto my hand and seal the day & date above Written.
John X Latimer Senr. Hanah X Trotter
2. WILL OF THOMAS WINN. Partly proved by 1 wit. July 22nd 1799.
In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Winn of Brunswick County being
weak and low in body but of sound mind and memory do make and ordain
this my Last will and Testament in manner and form following- first
I recommend my soul to the almighty God who gave it Secondly I commit
my Body to the dust from whince it came, and thirdly I give and Devise
all my Estate both Real and Personal .which it hath Pleased God to
bless me with in manner and form following-
Item I lend to my beloved Wife Joyce Winn, all my Estate both Real
and Personal during her Natural life or Widowhood and at her Death
or Marriage my will and Desire is that all my Estate be Divided as
f ol lows-( Vizt . ) I Give unto my Son Buckner Winn Forty Shillings to
him and his Heirs forever. Item I lend to my Daughter Caty Laffoon
one seventh part of my Estate During her Natural life and at her Death
to be Equally divided amongst all her Children to them and their Heirs
forever. Item I Give and Devise unto my Daughter Martitia Bishop
a Negroe Girl named Easter together with a Bed and Other things which
she has now in possession to her and her Heirs forever-my will and
Desire is that the said Negroe Girl Easter be Valued Immediately by
Two Good Judges and if the Valuation is not sufficient together with
the Other things before mentioned then my Other children must pay
up in proportion to make my said Daughters part Equal to theirs- Item
my will and Desire is that all the rest of my Estate not already given
be Equally divided amongst my five Other children-Robert Winn, Oratio
Winn, Freeman Winn, Marian J. Winn, Betsey Winn to them and their
Heirs forever and lastly I nominate and appoint my Brother Joseph
Winn Executor and my Wife Joyce Winn Executrix to this my Last Will
and Testament Revoking all former Wills by me heretofore made-as Witness
my Hand and seal this fifth Day of May Anno. Domo. One Thousand
Seven Hundred and Ninety five.
Signed seal'd and acknowledged by
the said Thomas Winn to be his
Last Will & Testament
Thomas X Winn
In presence of
3. WILL OF MARY MERRITT. Partly proved by Thos. Stith Jany. 26th
1789. Henry Merritt qualified executor.
In the name of God Amen. I Mary Merritt of the county Brunswick
and parish of Saint Andrew being sick and weak but of sound and disposing
mind and memory (blessed be God) do this sixteenth day of November
in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred & eighty
eight, make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner
and form following. First, I give and bequeath unto my Grand-Daughter
Mary Easter one Feather Bed and Furniture to her and her Heirs forever.
And I give and bequeath all the rest of my property of every kind
unto my loving Son Henry Merritt to him & his Heirs forever; and do
desire that he may have and keep the old Negro Woman Suckey. And
I hereby appoint my said son Henry Merritt the Executor of this my
last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I the said Mary Merritt
have hereunto set my hand & Seal the day & year above written.
Signed Sealed published
In the presence of
Tho. Stith, Senr.
4. WILL OF PHILIP WILLIAMS. Partly proved Sept. 1823.
In the name of God Amen.
I Philip Williams of Brunswick do make this my last Will And Testament
being in my perfeck Sences.
Item I give and bequeth and Also tis my desire that my Hole estate
shal be equally Divided between My Beloved mother Betsey Williams
and my Brothers Aand Sisters vz Nancey Williams Williams Williams
Betsey Williams and Pleasant Williams more [ ] them I wish for
my Sister Nancy Williams to Have five dollers more then the rest
Also I do constitute and appoint my mother Betsey Williams to be
Executresx to my last will and Testament whare unt I have set my
hand and seal this 25th Day of June 1812,
Signed Sealed acknowledge in
the pres ent of
John Shelley 22nd Sept. 1823
Eleanah [ ]
5. WILL OF ANNA WATTS. Partly proved by J. Crichton Nov. 1822.
In the name of Allmighty God Amen. I Anna Watts of
Brunswick County & State of Virginia do make this to be my last
will & Testament. It is my Will and desire after my just debts
are paid I give and bequeathe unto my Daughter Anna M. W. Watts
all my remaining Estate of every Kinde whatsoever to her and to
her heirs lastly I appoint my son Richard Watts my Executor to
this my last Will & Testament as witness my hand this 22nd day of
Jas. Crichton (30th Nov. 1822)
E. S . P. Ashtor
Samuel G. Worthington [ Northingt on? ]
6. WILL OF BRAMBLEY EDWARDS. Partly proved Jany. 1817,
In the name of God Amen, I Brambley Edwards of the County
of Brunswick being weak in body but sound in mind and memory do
make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner following
1st It is my desire that my body be buried in the Christian form.
2nd It is my desire that the debts which I owe to Joseph Percivall
and John B. Rice S- Co. be paid out of my estate.
3d I give unto my son in Law Edward J. Morriss and my daughter
Dolly his wife the land which they conveyed to me and which is
recorded in the County Court of Brunswick, it being my daughter
Dolley's proportion of the land left in her fathers will to them
and their heirs forever.
I also lend to my daughter Dolley Morriss one bed and furniture
and one bay horse during her life, and should she leave an heir
or heirs I give the said Bed and furniture to them and their heirs
forever, but should she die without an heir, it is my desire that
the said Bed & furniture and horse return to her surviving sisters
or their heirs.
4th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Bennitt one bed
and furniture to her and her heirs forever.
5th I give and bequeath unto my Granddaughter Pamelia Kirkland
one bed and furniture to her and her heirs forever.
6th I give and bequeath unto my Grand daughter Polley Dugger one
bed & furniture to her and heirs forever.
7th I give and bequeath unto my daughter Polley Kirkland my old
negro woman Ciss to her and her heirs forever.
8th I give unto my daughter Nancy Dugger a Pewter Dish and a butter
pot which are now in possession forever.
9th I give unto my son Jesse Edwards the sum of one Dollar to
be paid by my executor out of my estate.
10th I leave the balance of my estate including crop and Stock &c
to be sold by my executors and the balance after the payment of
my debts to be equally divided between my two daughters Brambly
Kirkland and Nancy Dugger.
11th I do hereby appoint Joseph Percivall executor to this my last
will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my seal this fifth day of October One thousand
eight hundred and fifteen.
Signed sealed and acknoledged
in the presence of
Elisha Abernathy [Alernathy]
Richardson Brown (27th January 1817)
TO BE CONTINUED
Brambly X Edwards
UNiiECORDED SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY DEEDS
This article is a continuation from Vol. II, p. 178. These
items were filed separately and discovered too late to be included
with the previous article.
1. D. 19 Oct. 1801. Josiah Vick, exec, and Sally Cobb, exx. of
Samuel oobb, dec, late of So'n. to ivincnen Cobb of same. t^O
50 acres adj. Kinchen Cobb, Semore ^^aughn, Simon Murfee, dec.,
William Gresswitt's orphans being 5 the land devised by Samuel
Cobb 3r. in his will to his son the said Samuel Cobb testator
to the said Josiah Vick and Sally Cobb, and his son Burgoine
Cumberland Co. NC .
D. Mar. 19,1803. Sally Cobb ack . of dower Israel Folsom,
Jea. Atkins J. P.
Docket Oct. 1801 ackd. by Vick and cont'd. Dec. 1804 comm,
retd. and R.
2. D. 4 Jan. 1799. William Drake and w Zelpha of Nash. Co. NC to
Moody Kirby of So'n. $1000 14?^ acre lot 2 in the division
of the late John Kirby assigned to VJilliam Drake in right of
his wife who was one of the daughters of sd. John Kirby.
Witn: Sam'l Kello, Nicholas Brister, Sam*. Kello, Jr.
Nash Co. NC Ack of dower Jan. 16,1799 Jos. Arrington,
3. D. Feb. 11, 1796. Howell Edmunds Jr. and w Elizabeth to James
Wilkinson all of So'n. tl50 I60 acres Old Mill Pond adj.
John Norfleet, Wilkinson's Beal and Dawson plantations.
k. D. May 29, I788. Jesse Johnson of So'n. to Joseph Scott of
Nansemond and Nathan Barnes of So'n. V\/hereas sd. Johnson is
indebted to sd. Scott and Barnes for t25 and he is desirous to
secure payment of the debt he transfers 7^ acres adj. Benjamin
Gray, Wm. Whitehead, Joseph Powell, John Kindred, Wm. Newton.
Witn: Nathan English, John Barnes, Mary (her ) Barnes
Receipt May 29.1788. Same witn.
Docket Dec. I788. 1 wit. July I789 by Nancy Barnes and cont'd.
5. D. 20 Feb. I789. Silas Love and w Mary, Henry Love and w Eleanor
of So'n to Samuel Slade the younger of same. L28 64 acres where
on sd. Silas Love lately dwelt being part of a tract of 155
acres devised to the said Silas and Henry Love by their father
Elias Love, dec. adj. Samuel Slade Sr., James Hall.
Witn: William Slade, Jethro Slade, Jacob Joyner Jr., Thomas
Grizzard. Silas Louve (signed)
Receipt D 28 Feb. 1789 . Same witn.
Docket Sept. 10, I789 prov'd by 3 wit. as to Louve etc. and cont'd,
as to Mary the wife.
6. D. Oct. 19,1801. Jesse Lane of Sussex to Samuel Lane of So'n.
5sh. 50 acres part of land given said Jesse by his father
adj. Kitchen, Wm. Hargrave . VJitn: Samuel Bailey, John Laine,
Receipt 19 Oct. 1801. Same witn.
Docket Feb. 1802 by 2 witn. and cont'd.
7. D. 21 May I803 Jessey Langford gdn. to Richd. Vick and Eliza.
Vick children of Parks N. Vick dec. and Rebecca Vick widow of sd.
Parks N. Vick of So'n. b Noel Waddill of same. i,75 lease
for 10 years land belonging to estate of Parks N. Vick
being the same land whereon the late James Vick lived from Jan.
1,1803 to Dec. 31, 1812.
Witn: Jordan Oberry, Hincha McClinney, David Langford.
Docket Jan. 1804 by Jordan Oberry and cont'd.
8. D. 15 June I786 Littleberry Newsom, I sham Newsom, Jacob
Newsom of So'n and Sussex to Holt Clanton of Sussex. The
grantors as sons and devisees of Jacob Newsum and pursuant to
his will for t25 to each of them 125 acres being the land
whereon Jacob Newsom dec. lived. adj. James Barham, William
Myrick, Joel Newsom.
Witn: John Clanton, Exum Cobb, (torn) Newsum, Edward Fisher,
Randolph Newsum, William Clanton.
Docket Oct. 12,1786 acknowledged by Littleberry and Jacob
and prov'd. by 2 witn. as to Isham and cont'd.
9. Joel Newsom and w Mary of So'n. to Lucy Myrick of same
D. 9 Dec. 1796. t250 295 acres adj. William Myrick,
Tabitha Newsom, Moses Foster.
Witn: Richd. Stewart, Jr., John ( ).
Docket 1797 • prov'd. by 2 witn. and cont'd.
10. D. 29 Sept. 1801. VJm. Newsom, Mill, and w Elizabeth of Sussex to
Josiah Dashiel LlOO 10 a with water grist mill
N of Three Creeks adj. Peter Simmons, Owen Myrick, Benjn.
Witn: Wm. Chambliss, Barham Newsom, Owen Myrick.
Docket Jan. 1802 by 1 witn. and cont'd.
May 1802 by another and cont'd.
11. D. Oct. 26,1790. James Turner of Warren Co. NC . to John Jones
of Northampton Co., NC L1186 1186 acres adj country
line, Edmund Turner, Arthur Turner, Henry Smith.
VJitn: James Vaughan, Harwood Jones.
Docket: by 1 witn.
12. D. 12 Sept. 1796 Thomas Turner and w Charlotte of St. Luke's
P., So'n. to Henry Barrow of same L210 I98 acres adj.
Witn: John J. Fort, David Myrick, Robert Simms
Receipt Sept. 12, 1796 same witn.
Docket Adk'd. by Turner and cont'd, for com. for issue for wife .
13. D. Apr. 11,1797. Thomas Taylor and w Martha of So'n. to James
Wilkinson of same $1 68^1 acres adj. Ephraim Faircloth,
Witn: Thomas Jones, John Faircloth, Eli Eley.
Ack. of Dower. May 7il802 Ben. Blunt, Sam. Blunt J. P.
Docket May 1797 2 witn. and cont'd.
1^. D. May 14, 1778. Moses Wood and w Mary of So'n. to Fredrick
Kitchen of same tl^O 92 acres west of horsepen branch
Witn: Richd. Bailey, Newsom Branch, Charles Briggs.
Docket May 1778 ack'd. by Wood and cont'd.
15. D. Dec. 13,1781. Eustis Windham of Not. P. So'n. to John
Windham, Jr. of same L5OOO 60 acres adj. Beverley Booth,
VJilson Coker, Thos . Oney.
Witn: Richd. Bailey, Beverley Booth, Moses Booth.
Receipt D. Dec. 13,1781. Witn: Richd. Bailey, Beverley Booth.
Docket: Dec. I78I by 2 witness. Rec'd. 6/8 in part for
recording this deed.
16. D. Sept. 10, 1782. John Waller, Benjamin Waller and w Lucy
of So'n. to Charles Speed of same t32 50 acres
part of a patent to Richard Washington (D Dec. 16, 1714) and
conveyed by him to John Howell and by Howell to John Penny and
by Penny to Daniel Story and by Story to sd. John Waller and by
him to Benjamin Waller.
Witn: Josiah Vick, Matthew Wills, George Edwards, Henry Speed.
Receipt Sept. 10, 1782. no witn.
Docket: Ack'd. by Ben Waller and wife and proved by 2 witn. as to
17. D. 6 July 1785 Burges Williams of Cheraw Dist. S.C. to Willis
Bowers of Norfolk Co.,VA l60 200 acres in Nottoway Parish
adj. Joshua Joyner, John Bower, Joseph Hill being part of a
patent to Bridgman Joyner who devised the same to his son John
Joyner who have the sd. 200 acres to his niece Elizabeth Joyner
who married Arthur Williams and dying the land descended to her
eldest son and heir at law sd. Burges.
Witn: John Bowers, Lewis Joyner Jr., Sion Williams.
Receipt Dated July 6,1785 same witn.
Docket July 14, I785 prov'd. by 2 witn. and cont'd.
18. D. Dec. 29,1788. Mary Williams of So'n for love and affection to
my son Ethelbert Carr Williams 1 negro girl mentioned in the
will of Benjamin VJilliams dec. and allotted to me.
VJitn: Jos. Vick, Jeremiah Williams.
Docket: June 1789 prov'd. by 1 wit. and cont'd.
19. D. Apr. 10,1789. Henry Westbrook and w Prissillah of So'n.
to Thomas Hunt of Sussex Co. L 300. 30O acres adj. Benja.
Lewis whereon sd. V/estbrook lives.
Witn: .iobert Hunt, Nathan Hite.
Docket: Oct. 8,1789. Ack . by him and cont'd for the wife.
20. D. Oct. 29,1791 William Williams of Not. P. So'n. to Lemuel
Row of same. L25 60 acres being part of land formerly
belonging to Henry Joyner, dec. adj. Martin Dorson ,Took
Denson, Drewry Williams, Dorson Martin .
Witn: Arthur Williams, Jo. Mountfortt Junr., Titus Fowler.
Receipt D. Oct. 29,1791 same witn.
Docket May 1792 prov. 2 wit. ack by witn.
21. D. May 2, 1794. Thomas Williford of So'n. to John Williford
of same. L50 100 acres I bought of Mr. Thomas Grizzard,
personalty, my right in 7 negroes and some other articles of
the estate of Mr. Thomas Francis, dec.
Witn: Wilie Williams, Sally Williford, B. Drew, Jno. D. Haussmann,
Docket: Dec. 1794 prov. by 2 witn. and cont'd.
memo to record this in July.
22. D. 22 Jan. 1794. Willis Windham of S.C. to Jordan Judkins of
Nottoway Parish, So'n. £37 lOsh Ip. 70 acres adj. Moses
Witn: Beverley Booth, James Johnson, Robert Booth, William Spivey.
Receipt 22 Jan. 1794.
23. D. Mar. 17,1793. Elizabeth Williams of IW to William Boykin
of So'n. tl2 land N Seacock Swamp being my portion of land
that formerly belonged to Blythe Williams adj. Arthur Boykin,
Levi Lowe, Ledbetter Lowe, Lighbourn Lowe.
Vj'itn: Edward Neal , Arthur Boykin, Shadrack Johnson, Edm. Tyler,
Docket Sept. 1793 prov. by 1 wit. and cont'd.
July 1796 prov. by Shad. Johnson.
2^. D. Dec. 18,1797. Richard Wren and w Hannah of So'n. to Jordan
Jones of same t40 100 acres VJren bought of Edwin Davis
Witn: Evans Wren.
Docket: Dec. 1797 Ack'd. by Wren cont'd. for his wife.
25. D. July 10,1797. James Wilkinson of So'n. to Isham Newsom of
same t80 to sd. Isham and his wife Sally for their natural
lives and then to Joseph Newsom their son forever
100 acres adj. Joel Newsom, George Gurley, Joseph Joyner,
Vlitn: Eli Eley, Jno Faircloth.
Docket: Oct. 1797. proved by 2 witn. and cont'd.
26. D. Aug. 14, 1799 Richard Worrell and wife Tabitha of So'n to
John Bryant of same fe 27 90 acres adjoining Ephrame
Turner, Joshua Turner, Joseph Denson, Jethro Charles.
Witn: Samuel Turner, VJilliam Joyner, John VJorrell Senr.
Receipt Aug. 1799. same witn.
Docket: Dec. 1799 by 2 witn. and wife and cont'd.
27. D. 12 Mar. 1802. John Williams and w Mary of So'n. to Ethelbert
C. Williams of same. $100 all their right in the lands of
Benjamin Williams, dec. held as dower by said Mary under the will
of sd. Benjamin.
iiu'itn: Jos. Ruff in, Jo. Vick, Nathan Porter.
Docket: July 1802. By 2 witn. and cont'd.
LUNENBURG COUNTY INSOLVENT MILITIA FINES
by J.C. Kolbe
Dated 1846 Recorded 1847
William Bagley Chesterfield (supposed)
William Hudson, Jr. removed to Dinwiddle
John Lee removed to Petersburg
Samuel M. White removed to Brunswick
SOME UNRECORDED MINISTER-'S RETURNS FROM POWHATAN, CUMBERLAND,
AND CHESTERFIELD COUNTIES,
by L..H,.. Hart
The format used includes the names of the groom and bride,
the date of the marriage, and the name of the minister or of
the individual who certified the marriage to the county court.
William Wilborne to Molly Stovall 13 Decmr. 1794. Hugh French
performed the marriage and returned this information to the
Clerk of Powhatan Court 10 Oct. 1795.
John Rany to Jean Lockett 18 June 1786. Certification was
returned by John Goode.
Abram Sublett to Edith Burton 19 Sept. 1789. Certification
was returned by B. Watkins Dec. 10, 1789.
Gallic Wilkerson to Salley Wilkerson 24 Dec. 1788. Certification
was returned by Samuel Woodfin.
David Charlton to Nancy Manssfield 10 Dec. 1793. Certification
was returned by Geo. Smith who performed the marriage.
John West to daughter of William Elam 22 Dec. 1789. This
is a consent only and was witnessed by Thomas Elam.
William Linsey to Frances Good 23 Nov. 1786. Performed by
James Ball to Martha Mosely 24 July 1794. Certification by
B. Watkins Feb. 19, 1795.
John Crouley to Betsey Solomon 24 March 1788. Performed by
John Adams to Mary Marshall 23 Decmbr. 1786. Baptist Church.
Certification by John Goode.
Henry Lipford to Nancy Wellborn 29 Sept. 1786. Performed by
James Hall to Nancy Welch 19 April 1787. Performed by George
Thomas Bass to Susannah Bass 31 Deer. 31 1791. Certification
was returned by Geo, Smith.
Israel Nunnally to Margaret Gibspn 8 November 1792. License
signed by Geo. Markham.
William Bass to Sarah Shackleford 29 October 1789. Certification
was returned by George Smith.
John Cobbs to Sarah Fisher 19 November 1789. Certification
was returned by George Smith.
James Thaxton to Sarah Watts 5 Jany. 1790. Certification was
returned by George Smith,
WARWICK COUNTY MILITIA FINES
BY J. C. Kolbe
Dated 1825 Recorded 1828
John Drewry rem'd to Nansemond and died there
James Duncan rem'd to Norfolk
Ro . Gwaltney rem'd to Isle of White
Dated 1827 Recorded 1827
Gray E. Adams rem'd to Surry
YORK COUNTY MILITIA FINES
BY J.C. Kolbe
Dated 1807 Recorded 1810
Green Camp to Norfolk
Dated 1806 Recorded 1810
Robert Wall to Chesterfield
Dated 1814 Recorded 1816
Joshua Lester to Norfolk
William Mount-castle to Norfolk
loth the Warwick and York lists include removals to Southside counties onl
GRAVELY. Verna Gravely McCravy (Box 16, Rt. 6, Easley.SC
29640) seeks information on John Hensley Gravely of Henry or
Pittsylvania County. Married Peggy H. Ballenger (born 16-3-1762)
in Goochland County. His brothers were Joseph and James. Did
parents come to Virginia along with their sons? John H. and
family came to Greenville, SC in the late 1790 's and died in
Pickens County, SC in 1835.
ADAMS. Felix Earle Luck (8 St. John's Ave., P.O. Box 369,
Tabor, NJ 07878) seeks information on Polley Adams who married
John Luck, 12-20-1784 mar. bond, Pittsylvania County, VA Sur. was
Joseph (looks like) Leech. Have no other record of Polley.
John Luck and ^■ daus . went to Iredell Co., NC in I825. Their
son, James Adams Luck, stayed in Pitts. Co., m. I832 Susan Harrison
CLIFTON/FOSTER. Mrs. W.F. Bishop ( Rt . 7, Box 5^■9 A, Oxford,
Alabama 36203) would like to correspond with anyone doing
research on the CLIFTON family who migrated from York Co.,VA
to Isle of Wight in 17^1; and from anyone whose family inter-
married with the Cliftons. Will exchange info on the Arthur
FOSTER and allied families of Southampton and Surry Co.,VA.
FAGAN. Mrs. James W. Cochran (P.O.Box II3, Pinson, Al 35126)
William Fagan(Feagan) stated he served in Rev. War under Capt.
Blackwell, VA . He possibly may have been the William Feagin in
first census Fauquier Co.,VA. His wife Caty ? had sons William,
Jr. m. Frances ? Son Silas m. Mary Lequire 1811 in Rutherford
Co.,NC Daus: Molly Hambrick, Nancy Ridley, Betsy (m. George
Dodson), Caty (m. Edward Satterfield, Pendelton Dist . ,SC 1814),
Peggy (m. Gibson Hughes ) , Franks(m. Nathan Bassett) . Wm. Fagan's
will Morgan Co.,GA I838. Need to identify WILLIAM FAGAN from
many other of same name and Caty (CATHERINE) surname.
MOSELEY. Mrs. Katherine B. Elliott (Box 353, South Hill,VA
23970) searching for parents of a Robert Moseley supposedly
born in VA ca I73O and died testate in Edgefield District, SC
in 1796. He supposedly married (1) Sarah Turpin, (2) Mary
Bransford and (3) Penelope Talley, who survived him. Children
named in will-Rachel, Martha, Susannah, John, Anna, Robert, Daniel,
Gracey, Elizabeth, Mary, Edward, Lyda, Jesse, Penelope, and
Thomas. Will pay for or exchange information.
EAST/VENABLE/VENABEL. Hazel Laffoon Christy (4120 Fifth
Ave., Forth Worth TX, 76115) seeks information of any connection
between the two families of EAST and VENABLE( VENABEL) , in VA
or elsewhere. Will welcome any information, and will share
what information I have on the two families who migrated to
Stokes Co . , NC .
Wish to buy copies of books: Albemarle Parish Register -
Surry and Sussex Cos., Va 1739-1778, Nati onal Societ }^ C o 1 o n i a 1
Dames of America, 1958. Also, Re 1 ique s of the Rives, James
Rives Childs, J. P. Be'Tl Co., Lynchburg, VA 1 92 9T~WrTte : Mr s .
Alice Thomure,2215 Falmouth Ave., Anaheim, CA 92801.
CUMMINGS/LINDSEY. Miriam E. Dumville (Star Route, Box
631-E, destin, Fl . 32541) William Henry Cummings b. 1861 Portsmouth,
VA died 1918 Norfolk, VA. Was his father Joseph or James?
What was the maiden name of his mother, Amanda? Was Jonathan
Bray Lindsey b. 1807, d. 1856 in Currituck County, NC cousin
in fact or courtesy of Susan Russell Sanderson Camber who died
1855 in Portsmouth, Va?
WILBURN. Esther Barnes Mulling(2321 Robinson Rd. N.E.,
Marietta, GA 30067) need information on the family of John (d.
before 1796) and Martha Wilburn(m. John Deshazor 1796, after
John died). Children of John and Martha: William m. Tabitha
Stovall; Thomas m. Tabitha Bass and Mary Nelson Netherland;
John Jr. (Jack) m. Eliz. "Betsy" Jackson; Mary"Polly" m. George
Stovall; Martha "Patsy" m. Joshiah E. Maddox; Nancy m. ? Waddell;
Ann m. Benjamin Davis; Daniel m. Rebecca Toney. Martha Deshazor
in her will mentions son Robert Gilliam St granddaughter Louisa
Blagrove Davis. Believe parents of John Wilburn Sr. to be Richard
and Anne Wilburn of Goochland. Need proof.
FANN/FENN. Myra L. Kujawa (150 Las Lomas, San Angelo, TX
76904) would like to exchange information on FANN/FENN families.
Zachariah Fenn or Fann in Dinwiddle Co.,VA ca 1757. Willoughby
Fann(wife Mary) in Brunswick, Lunenburg and Mecklenburg Cos.,
VA ca 1757-1771. John Fann(wife Elizabeth) in Mecklenburg Co.,
VA by 1773. William Fann in Lunenburg Co, Va in 1764. Jesse
Fann in Lunenburg Co., VA 1764 and Meckl enbur gCo . , VA 1771.
All migrated into NC and GA.
WRIGHT/LANGFORD/WATSON/HOLMES/POOLE. Carol T. York (41
Four Winds Dr., Middletown, NJ 07748) Seeking information on
Anderson WRIGHT, who m. 30 May 1793 Phebe Malone WATSON, dau.
of Burwell WATSON, in Mecklenburg Co.,VA. She died and he married
Elizabeth LANGFORDll Dec. 1794. In 1797 they moved to Warren
Co., NC. There was apparently some relationship to the families
of HOLMES and POOLE. Would like to correspond with anyone working
on these famlies.
MAY 1 3 1985
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FROM THE EDITORS/BOOK REVIEWS
DINWIDDIE COUNTY MARRIAGES 1861-1865
SUSSEX COUNTY REMOVALS 1825
A LIST OF WHITE SOULS AND BUILDINGS TAKEN IN THE COUNTY OF
MARRIAGES AND DEATHS FROM THE PETERSBURG INTELLIGENCER . 1824-1828
SUSSEX COUNTY TITHABLES LIST, 1777
BIBLE OF JOHN LIMBREY WILKINS (1768-1850)
PRINCESS ANNE MARRIAGES 1717-28
CERTIFICATES OF ALLEGIANCE, SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY
HALIFAX TITHABLES 1771
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DINWIDDIE COUNTY MARRIAGES 1861 - I865
The following marriages are abstracted from the county records.
These records are valuable because in most cases the mother's
maiden name is included.
The format used includes the names of both parties, the date
of the marriage, the ages of both parties, birthplaces and
residence of both parties, the parents of both parties, and the
Abbreviations used include: wid. - widowed, Din. - Dinwiddle,
Fmr. - farmer, b - birthplace, r - residence.
1. Joseph D. Moody to Olivia J. Spain 20 Mar. I86I
b Amelia b. Nottoway
r Din. r. Din.
Richard Moodyp Wm. Spain, Wilmoth Grubbs
2. John B. Thrift to M.A .V.Fowlkes 28 Mar. I86I
b Din. b Nottov/ay
r Din. r Din.
John Thrift , Martha Tucker Wm. S. Fowlkes, Wilson
3. William C. Belcher to Athelina K. Boisseau Apr. 11,1861
26 wid 21
b Amelia b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Isham Belcher, Clarissa Frost Edward L. Boisseau,
Carpenter Everlina Barnes
4. Isham B. Miles to Susan V. Jackson May 1^,1861
^0 wid. 28
b Din. b Din.
r Amelia r Din.
Jeremiah Miles, Dorothy Hawkins Joel Jackson, Susan Bishop
5. Algernon L. Wells to Indiana E. Basker Apr. 25,1861
b Din. b Sus .
r Din. • r Din.
Peterson Wells, Lucretia Young Fred W. Basker,
6. Cad Belcher to Lucy Ann Traylor Apr. 25,1861
b Din. b Chesterfield
r Din. • r Din.
Nathan Belcher, Masy Andrews VJm. Traylor, Fanny Mail
7. Marvin R. Griswold to Jane T. Thrift May 2, I86I
61 wid. 46
b Newberge Orange Co. NY b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Chauncey Griswold, May Coleman John Thrift, Martha Tucker
8. John E. Dedman to Elizabeth Hardaway May 8,l86l
34 26 wid.
b Meek. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Sami. Dedman, Usley Hudson Chas. G. Hogwood, Sarah Lunsforc
9. Miles C. Traylor to Sarah Stell May I6,l86l
42 wid. 26
b. Chesterfield b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Danl. Traylor, Frs . Blankinship Stell, Julia Perkinson
10. Richd. Reames to Mary Merrymoon May 16,1861
33 wid. 28 wid.
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Green Reames, Sarah Grigg Branch Perkinson, Julia Williams
11. James Seymore to Jane Seymore May 19,1861
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Zacariah Seymore, Nancy Elam John Seymore, Sarah Lunsford
12. Matthew A. Wright to Henrietta Andrews May 29,1861
b Bruns . b Amelia
r Din. r Din.
Silas M. Wirght, Candis R. Ray Peterson Crowder and Julia Ann
13. Archer Valentine to Adalene Valentine June 19,1861
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Fanny Valentine Cresy Valentine
1^. John C . Smith to Emma F . Gill June 26,l86l
33 wid. 19
b Lunenburg b Din.
r Brunswick r Din.
B.E. and Mary A. Smith Wm. M. and Nancy F. Gill
15. William J. Pie rcy to Susan E . Tucker July 17,1861
J,S wid. 25
b Mecklenburg b Nottoway
r Lunenburg r Din.
Thos . A. Piercy, Jane G.Rainey Spencer G.Tucker, Elizabeth
16. George E. Perkinson to Emeline J. Crowder 25 July I86I
3^ wid. 23
b Din. b Chesterfield
r Din. r Din.
Henry Perkinson, Mary Cole Hosea Crowder, Mary
17. Thos. K. Howerton to Elizabeth A. Bridgeman Aug. 1,1861
52 wid. 37 wid.
b Brunswick b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Drury Howerton, Elizabeth Biggs Burwell Elder, Mary
18. John Kirkland to Mary E. Edwards Aug. 1^,1861
b Brunswick b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Wmson. Kirkland, Susan Lee Wm. N. H. Edwards, Susan Jackson
19. David T. Andrews to Mary Ann Hardy Aug. 27,1861
b Chesterfield b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Thos. Andrews, Mary Belcher Andrew Hardy, Frs . Perkinson
20. James P. Chambers to Martha A. Derby Sept. 17, 1861
b Tenn. b Din.
r Hardiman Co. Tenn r Din.
Jas. P. Chambers, Perry L. Derby, Martha A .
21. Geo. T. Gray to Eugenia J. Vaughan Sept. 5 i 1861
b Din. b Din.
r Din. ■ r Din.
Nath"!. Gray and Margaret Wynn Jas. Vaughan and J.C. Maitted
22. Theophilus Evans to Catharine Brandon Oct. 25 1861
b Southampton b Din.
r P °bg. r Din.
Wm. Evans, Hannah Hunt Richmond Brandon, Maria Lewis
23. Hamilton Risdon to Mary Ann Claypool Oct. l6,186l
^'^■ wid. 28
b Burlington Co. Nil b Bordentown NJ
r Din. r Din.
John Risdon, Hannah Hollingshead AE Claypool, Higgins
Zk. William N. Perkinson to Martha Ann E. Tucker Oct. 22,1861
27 35 wid.
b P"bg. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
I sham Perkinson, Charity Stow John Conway, Nancy E.
Fmr . Emmins
25. Albert B. Williams to Mary E. Crowder Nov. 1^,1861
b Din. b Chesterfield
r Din. r Din.
Hartwell R. Williams, Martha Wms . Hosea Crowder, Mary A.
26. Thomas R. Dew to Harriet C. Worsham Nov. 28,1861
b K. Wm. b Din.
r Caroline r Din.
Wm. Dew, Susan F. Jones H.C. Worsham, Maria Bland
27. Peter Cole to Ann T. Williams Nov. 20,1861
^■0 wid. 2^
b Din. b Din.
r Amelia r Din.
Reuben C^le, Elizabeth Ferguson Hartwell W. Williams, Martha
28. James Williams to Martha B. Stell Dec. 9, 1861
36 23 s
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Herbert Williams, Dorothy Wells Hubbard Wells, Anna Wheelhouse
29. William S. Eanes to Mary A. Stow Dec. 24^1861
b Ches .terf ield b Din.
r Din. r Din.
John Eanes, Nancy Andrews Robt. VJ . Stow, Mary Stow
30. Henry Edwin Orgain to Polona A. Goodwyn 21 Jan. 1862
b Greensville b BrunS .
r Din. r Din.
Samuel Orgain, Jane T. Powell James Goodwyn, Mary A.M. Tally
31. Emmett A. Drewry to Laura Sallie Roney Feb. 12,1862
b So'n. b Din.
r So'n. r Din.
James Drewry, Mary Ann Myrick Isaac Roney, Mary P. Tucker
32. James L. Cross to Amy A. Sandifer Jan. 31,1862
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Ro. Daniel Cross, Eliz . Wells Wm. Sandifer, Amy A . Chandler
33- James Wesley Bridgman to Amanda Cleton Morris 26 Feb. 1862
b Din. b Mecklenberg
r Din. r Din.
William B. Bridgman, Betsey Traylor John J. Morris, Judith
Merchant C . Webb
34. George Wesley Prince to Martha S. Alfriend 26 Feb. 1862
b Sussex "^ Dm.
r Sussex ^ Dm. . . ,. . ^
John J. Prince, Martha T. Powell John W. Alfriend, Harriet
Clk. of Ct. T. Hall
35. Beverly J. Winn to Virginia A . Tucker 15 July 1862
■^^ 36 26 wid.
b Lunenburg t) Dm.
r Din. " • ^ Din.
Edmund P. Winn„ Judy Reese Burwell Hitchock,
Pj^jp_ Elizabeth Jones
36. William Fielding Baugh to Mary Frances Coker l6 July 1862
23 19 ,
b Sussex b Dm.
r Sussex ^ Dm.
John M. Baugh, Amanda C. Rose Charles W. Coker, Rebecca
Lt. CSA B. Warren
37. William T. Whittaker to Mary Elizabeth Webb July 17,1862
b P'bg. b Din.
jp P'bg ^ Din.
John Whittaker, Emeline Blick Dunkin H. Webb, Adelia Harwell
Engineer on SSRR
38. Thomas L. Aldridge to Emily F. Rains Sept. 9,1862
b Din. t) Pr. Geo.
r Din. ^ Din.
Peter 'Aldridge, Clasy Conway Raines, Todd
39. JohnB. Hitchcock to Harriet Ann Lewis Sept. 25,1862
b Din. ^ Dm.
r Din. ^ Dm.
Burwell Hitchcock, Martha Nance Robt. A. Lewis, Susan A .
-^0. JohnB. Jones to S.V. Johnson Oct. 8,1862 I
28 wid. 23 ■
b Din. b Din.
r Din. ^ Dm. _
Gary Jones, Elizabeth Moore B.W. Johnson^ Liza Ogburn
^1. Elijah Smith to Mary J. Webb Nov. 13,1862
39 wid. 24
b Din. b Brun swick
r Din. r Din.
John Smith , Elizabeth Harmon Thomas Webb, Sallie Chambliss
4-2. John W . Friend to Rosalia L. Stone Nov. 26,1862
b Chesterfield b Bruns wick
r Din. r Din.
Edwin W. Friend, Mary Thomas Walker Geo. Stone, Hannah J.
Fmr . Turnbull
H-3 . Cornelius A. Cabaniss
John Cabaniss, Edy Harmon
to Sarah E. Cabaniss 3 Dec. 1862
Rash . Roberts, Sarah
^■^■. Laban Abernathy to Harriet E. B. Smith 11 Dec. 1862
^■5 wid. ^■3
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Mas ton Abernathy, Sallie Goodwyn John Smith(T), Elizabeth
Fmr . Harmon
4-5. James R. Phillips to Mary E. Prosiro 13 Jan. I863
37 wid. 22
b Pr. Edward b Din.
r Din. r Din.
John Phillips, Mary Wilson Samuel Prosiro, Emily A.
James H. Dugar
b K. Wm.
r Rd. City
Wm. H. Dugar, Agnes Dugar
Mollie C. Jones Dec. 25,1862
Philip G. Jones s, Sallie Cox
47. Henry T. Phillips
b Pr. Edward
r Pr . Edward
Vincent Phillips, Harriet H.
Musa Harper 5 Feb. I863
N.M.Harper, Susan Hurt
48. Joshua Pretlow to Annie E. Butler Feb. 3,1863
35 s 27 s
b So"n. b Din.
r So'n. r Din.
Thos. Pretlow, Jane W. Denson Jonathan Butler, Catherine L.
49. William H. Stell
to India A. Childrey Feb. 12,1863
Peter Stell, J. A. Perkinson
Wm. Childrey, Martha Rickman
50. Robt. G. Malone to
Daniel Malone, Wilmoth
51. John H. Hankins
Jas . Hankins
Sallie A. Magee Feb. 28,1863
b P. Geo.
Jas. Magee, Elizabeth Harvell
Lucy V. Hankins Mar. 3,1863
Wm. Hankins, Polly Roberts
to Sarah B. Crittendon Mar. I75I863
W.A.M. Booker s, Mary Crittendon Jno . Crittendon, Amanda Barrett
52. Wm. H. Booker
53' Benjamin Cralle Jones to
F.F.Jones, Sarah G. Thweatt
Minna B. Feild 14 Apr. I863
b Brun swick
John Feild, Harriet M.
54. Matthew Peterson to Mary P. Lewis Apr. 23,1863
IQ b Din.
b Amelia ^ °in-
P p'bg. H.H.Lewis, A.J. Hawthorn
Edward A. Goodwyn, Martha C.
S5' Robert L. Scott to Mary E. Hadden 21 Apr. I863
b Amherst b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Henry Scott, Martha Scott Edmund Hadden, Ann Perkins
Min. of Gospel
56. Francis A. Rainey to Caroline Meredith May 20, 1863
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Henry W. Rainey, Nancy Williams Joseph Meredith, Elizabeth
Fmr. W. Meredith
57 . Stephen Moylan Bird to John Anna Alfriend 2 June I863
b P'bg. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Henry D. Bird, Mary Moylan Fox John W. Alfriend, Harriet
Clergyman T. Hall
58. Benjamin F. Vaughan to Sarah E. Tucker I3 Aug. I863
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Jordan and Eliz. Vaughan David J. and Sarah Tucker
59. B.W. Shelly to Mollie A. Hargrave Oct (after 21) I863
S6 wid. 21
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Phillip Shelly, Elizabeth Cook James Hargrave, Harriet Chappell
60. Joseph C. Coleman to Mary Adeline Powell 3 Nov. I863
38 s 19 s
b Brunswick b. Din.
r Brunswick r Din.
Nathaniel W. Coleman, Elizabeth William Cole Powell,
A. Cheely Mary Claiborne
61. William H. Williamson to Caroline M. Bristow Nov. 12,1863
^2 wid. 40 wid.
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Chas. Williamson, Rhody Andrews Hambleton,
62. Archa. T. Smith to Evelyn Tucker Dec. 9,1863
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
James Smith, Rebecca Smith Argulus Tuckers Clara Woodley
63. James B. Read to Etta Robinson Nash Dec. 16,1863
k6 wid. 23
b P'bg. b P'bg.
r P'bg. r Din.
John B. Read, Susan Pride E.P.Nash, Susan Hurbert
Post Commissary of P'bg.
64. Benjamin H. Boisseau to Rebecca J. Newhill Jan. 5,186'^
45 wid. ^'^■ s
b Din. b Lunenburg
r Din. r Din.
David Boisseau, Tabitha Hatcher Newhill
65. Jno. R.H. Dance? to Mary P. Williams 23 Dec. I863
39 wid. 22
b Din. b Din.
r P'bg. r Din.
Robt. H. Davis?, Sarah Malone Hartwell Williams and Martha
66. J.W.Kenedy to Martha Jane Foard Feb. 2^,1864
23 wid. 23
b Brunswick b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Joseph A. Kenedy, Julia A. Parish William Foard, Mary E. Jones
Superintendent of Sawmill
67. John J. Kelly to Mary Jane Wells 16 Feb. 1864
b Columbia SC b Din.
r Columbia SC r Din.
Gregory Kelly, Mary A.B.Britt Laban Wells, Matilda Anderson
68. A.H.McQuie to Mary H. Allen Mar. 2,1864
48 s 34 s
b Lunenburg b Din.
r Nottoway r Din.
Andrew J. McQuie, Amelia Harvey E.H.Allen, Mary Alfriend
69. Thomas Hendsen to Sarah M. Duval Mar. 2,1864
b Smithville NC b Nottoway
r New Orleans ^ Din.
William Hendsen, Mary Ann Slade Benj. R.Duval, Sarah G. Jones
70. Jos. W. Whitehorn to Lucy M. Kelly Mar. 15,1864
b Sussex b Greensville
r Sus sex r Din.
Jos. Vifhitehorn, Martha Northcross John A . Kelly, Mariah Tatum
71. Peter S. Reams to Mariah L. Coleman Mar. 17,1864-
b Din. b Amelia
r Din. r Din.
Stephen Reams, Emeline Reams Robt. Coleman, Irena Bevell
Fmr. and Soldier
72. Andrew Malone to Adalitha Elmore Apr. 27,1864
b Din. b Lunenburg
r Din. r Din.
Martha A . Malone Caroline Elmore
73. Nathan A . Scribner to Mary E . Conway Apr. 20,1864
46 wid. 21
b m State b Din.
r P'bg. r Din.
John Scribner, Margaret Slother John Conway, Emmins?
74. James A. Meredith to Salenie A.E. Roper May 3,1864
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Chas . W.Meredith, Mary T. Chambers Joseph Roper, Elizabeth
75. James Smithey to Eliz . Wells Nov. 17,1864
55 wid. 30s
b Amelia b Din.
r Din. r Din.
John Smithey, Anna Meadows Tillman Wells, Sally
76. Samuel M. McKenney to Mary E. Wells Dec. 15,1864
66 wid. 16
b Brunswick b Din.
r Din. r Din.
James McKenney, Mary Croft Wells
11. James M. Chappell to Elizabeth Tiltson Jan. 4,1865
b Din. b N.Y.
r Din. r Din.
Thos. Chappell, M.E. Malone Lenny Tiltson, ?
78. John Childrey to Elizabeth J. Cross Jan. 5,1865
b H alif ax, VA b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Wm. Childrey, Martha Rickman Daniel Cross, Betsy Wills
79. P.H. Scott to
80. C.W. Schooler to
b Stafford Co.
r Stafford Co.
Mary J. Price Jan. 11,1865
John Schooler, Laurinda Jones
Jennie C. Watts Jan. 10,1865
J. 0. Watts, Susan
Stanfeild C. Wills to Martha A . Hall Jan. 14,1865
53 wid. 27
b Din. b Din.
r Greensville r Din.
Tillman VJills, Sarah Brown VJilliam Hall, Rebecca
Jno. B. and Lucy Rice
Adelena M. Wyatt Oct. 18,1865
E.A. and Adelena V. Wyatt
83. Anthony D. Tally
Jesse Tally ( Martha Crowder
Harwell Nunely Oct. 25,1865
8k. ? Simmons to Clara B. Lee Nov. 19,1865
b So'n. b Din.
r So 'n. r Din.
Henry Simmons, Sarah Williams Henry Lee, M.B .E .Young
85. A.H.Scoggins to Mary A.W.Rainey Nov. 10,1865
59 wid. 2?
b P Geo. b Din.
r P'bg. r Din.
Jeremiah Scoggins, Elizabeth Henry Raney , Nancy Williams
86. Dr. Eugene C. Powell to May Duke Nov. 21,1865
b Nottoway Co.Va. b Warren Co. NC
r Din. r Din.
Wm. Cole Powell, H.A.Claiborne James Duke, Bettie Baskerville
87. Thos. Branch to Catherine Wmson. Nov. 22,1865
31 2k wid.
b Chesterfield b Din.
r Din. r Din.
E.W.Branch, A.R.Pescud Jas . W. Davis, Martha A . Tucker
88. Sulivan to Davis Nov. 29,1865
56 wid. 26
b Lunenburg b Din.
r Nottoway r Din.
Woodson Sulivan, S. Stone Hartwell Davis, Ann Wells
89. Richard A . Wilkinson to Ludora V . Stell Nov. 29,1865
b Amelia b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Jno. T. Wilkinson, Margaret Harris Ro. T. Stell, Nancy Browder
90. T.W.Wills to Indie M. Howerton Dec. 6,1865
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
D.P.Wills, May R. Williamson Thos. Howerton, Miss Williams
91. JohnW. Williams to E.S.Brough Dec. 13,1865
30 wid. 23
b Amelia b Charlotte
r Din. r Din.
Thos. M.Williams, Eliza Merideth J.A.Brough, Martha A.
92. Chas. C. Davis to Mary L. Dance Dec. 20,1865
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Jas. W. Davis, Martha A. R.H. Dance, Mary E. Bland
93. Wm. S. Reams to Augusta Coleman Dec. 20,1865
b Din. b Din.
r Din. r Din.
Stephen Reams, Emeline Reams A.C.Coleman, M.C. Branch
SUSSEX COUNTY REMOVALS 1825
by L. H. Hart
Robert Gil 1 iam
James Hi te
Jim Davis, free negro
SeHthampten Western Country-
A LIST OF WHITE SOULS AND BUILDINGS TAKEN IN THE COUNTY OF GREENSVILLE
FOR THE YEAR 1785.
by L.H. Hart
This list was the only complete list for a Southside county that was
not included in the "1790 Census of Virginia". The reason that these
lists were compiled is uncertain, but may be the result of early attempts
at enumeration by the recently formed United States.
The list has been transcribed verbatim giving the name of the head
of the household, the number of white souls, the number of dwelling houses,
and the number of out houses. The originals are filed at the Archives _
Division of the Virginia State Library.
William Allen (Quarter
Clem. p. Mallory
David Morrison at the Quarter
Thomas Jolley (Overseer)
William Waller's Quarter
Mrs . Hannah Parham
Mrs. Sarah Malone
Lewis Grigg Senr.
Henry Wye he
William Robinson (B'k)
John Dupree Senr.
Lewis Dupree Senr.
Thomas Dupree junr.
Thomas Dupree Senr.
Lewis Dupree junr.
John Dupree junr.
Benjamin Rives Senr.
P. Pelham C.G.C.
MARRIAGES AND DEATHS FROM TH E_ P ET E R S B U R G_ I N TELL IG E N CER , 1824-1828
The following are abstracts of marriages and deaths from a major
Petersburg newspaper giving all the genealogical information contained
therein. Abbreviations used include d. for died.
3 Sept. 1824
d. Monday last 30th ultimate in Richmond. Mrs. Mary Williams
wife of John Williams, late of Baltimore, but formerly a merchant
'f Petersburg. Mentions 5 children.
5 Oct. 1824
d. Mon. evening 11th instant at his residence in Surry Co. David
Price Esq., leaving a widow, four daughters, two sons,
d. on Wednesday week at City Point Capt. George Humphreys master
of the ship Harmony, native of Portsmouth (N.H.).
11 Feb. 1825
d. at Philadelphia on 5th instant. Thos. Bennett Jr., only son
of Mr. Thos. Bennett, Merchant of this place.
Thomas Bennett a native of Yorkshire, England, for
merchant in Petersburg.
Wednesday evening, 20th instant by Rev. Mr. Adams, Jame McFarland
Esq. of Lunenburg to Miss Ann Eliza dau. of Col. James Scott of
26 July 1825
Thursday evening last by Rev. Minton Thrift, Mr. George Williamson
to Miss Susan M. Wolf all of this town.
d. Saturday evening 23rd instant at his residence in Ravenscroft,
Daniel Vaughn 40 ys . Mention of wife & children.
22 Nov. 1825
On Wednesday evening last, Mr. Wm . F. Fisher to Miss Rebecca Woodcock
both of this town.
On Thursday evening last, Mr. R.J. Woodward to Miss Frances Davis
dau. of Mr. Saml. Davis all of this town.
On Thursday 17th instant, by the Rev. John Watts, Mr. Asa Kidd
of Amelia to Miss Jane Sutherland dau. of Pendall Southerland
of Dinwiddle Co .
30 Dec. 1825
on 17th instant in this town by Rev.. Benj. Rice Dr. Iddo Ellis
of Augusta Geo. to Miss Mary Stillman of this place.
on Tuesday evening last, by Rev. M. Thrift, Mr. William Fleshood
to Miss Martha A. Barnes all of this town.
28 July 1826
25th instant by Rev. Andrew Syme, Marius Gilliam Esq. to Miss
Rebecca G. Dunant.
25 August 1826
on Wednesday evening last by Rev. Minton Thrift, Mr. Hiram
Hines to Miss Mary Philpotts of this town.
d. Thursday morning last, Miss Mary M.C. dau. of Mr. Francis
Follet merchant of this town.
d. on Fri. afternoon the 18th instant at the residence of his
father in Burlington (New Jersey) Bloomfield Mcllvaine of Philadelphia,
d. few hours afterwards, Hon. Joseph Mcllvaine Senator of New
Jersey, 58 ys . (father of above).
d. in Baltimore on Saturday morning last Paul Allen Esq.
d. at Pine Orchard on Catskill Mountain, New York on 7th instant
William A. Armistead of Norfolk Va.
d. in Md., 27th July, General James Winchester advanced age.
d. at Allentown Pa., 13 inst. Hon Henry Wilson member of Congress.
1 Sept. 1826
at the residence of Mr. Wm . E. Hardaway Jr. on Thur. evening
24th inst. by Rev. James Chappell, Col. Wm . Ross to Miss Mary
S. Holcombe both of Dinwiddle Co.
d. on Sat. last at the residence of his mother in Lunenburg
Co. Gen. Waller? Taylor, formerly a Senator in Congress from
d. Columbia S.C. on 5th August last Mr. John M. Pagaud, a native
of this state, for many years a resident of Norfolk, leaves
an aged mother and numerour relations.
Oct. 17, 1826
d. on Sat. last, Mary Ellen infant dau. of Mr. Edmund Birchett
of this town .
d. on Sun. morning last, John Stith, youngest son of Mr. Edwin
Beasley of this town.
d. Fri. 29th ultimate, Robert William Oslin, eldest son of Mr.
James Oslin of Brunswick Co. 7ys., 6mon,, 24 days.
10 Nov. 1826
d. on Wed. last, Mr. David Rawlings, formerly a merchant of this
30th ultimate by Rev. Mr. Hammett, Mr. Robert R. Collier attorney
at law to Miss Mary Ann dau. of Samuel Davis all of this town.
on 8th Sept. by Hon. Nathaniel Macon, Dr. Wm. H. Delony to Miss
Susan dau. of Mr. Sherwood Sledge, all of Warren Co. N.C.
1 May 1827
d. at his residence iji Brunswick Co. on Friday last the 27th
Dr. Jno. M. Walker, mention of wife & children.
d. Thursday last, Mr. Wra. C. Winn, merchant , a native of Lunenburg
Co., but for several years a resident of Petersburg.
d. Monday 23 instant at his residence in Sussex, Gen. Nathaniel
Cargill, mention of wife & children.
10 July 1827
on Tue. 3rd. instant by Rev. Wm . Hubbard, Mr. Henry W. Eppes
of Sussex to Miss Sarah Floyd dau. of Mr. Jordan Floyd of Dinwiddie,
d. morning of 5th instant, Mr. David Meade, 60 ys.
July 31, 1827
d. Wednesday night 25th instant Mrs. Rosina Crawley, widow of
the late Mr. Patrick Crawley of this town.
d. at his residence in Williamsburg, Tue. morning Rev. William
H. Wilmer D.D. Rector of Bruton Parish and President of the College
of William and Mary.
17 Aug. 1827
d. on Tue. 1st instant, in Dinwiddie Co. in her 18th year, Mary
Eliza Hardaway dau. of the late Dr. P.M. Hardaway.
d. on Sat. last, 73 ys. Luke Wheeler, formerly a merchant and
recently a cashier of the Branch Bank of the U . States at Norfolk.
Oct. 23, 1827
on Tue. 16th Oct. Mr. John Wilson to Miss Sarah Spain all of
Sussex Co .
on 18th instant Mr. Geo. Wyatt of Dinwiddie to Miss Amanda M.
Dau. of Col. Philemon Holcombe of Amelia.
on Wed. 17th instant by Rev. Richard Latimore, Mr. Jesse Edwards
to Miss Harriet B., eldest dau. of Mr. John Lilly of Sussex.
d. Tue. 16th Miss Martha C.J.Woodlief 2nd. surviving dau. of
Mrs. Catharine Woodlief.
9 Nov. 1827
1st. instant by Rev. Minton Thrift, Mr. Thomas Luffsie Jr. to
Mrs. Atta Ann Tucker both of Prince George Co.
d . in Norfolk Saturday last John R. Steed delegate from that
borough to the Va . legislature.
d. in Philadelphia on 3rd instant George Irvine recently of Halifax
Co. N.C. and for many years an inhabitant of our town.
d. 18 instant at her residence in Dinwiddle Co. Mrs. Martha Spain
43 ys . , consort of Mr. God. I. Spain. Mentions her mother who
is nearly four score years of age.
d. at her father 's residence in Prince George on Friday 2nd
instant. Miss Mary Ann, 2nd dau. of Mr. Lemuel Hunnicutt, 14
13 Nov. 1827
on 24th James Stacy of Dinwiddle to Miss Nancy Lee of Sussex.
d. in Greensville Co., 7th ultimate, Mr. Hart x-j ell Smith, 25 ys.,
ment ions wife .
10 June 1828
in Greenville Co. Thursday 5th instant, by Rev. Mr. Williams,
Mr. David Wadkins to Miss Elizabeth Lundy all of this county.
9 Sept. 1828
Thur. last by Rev. Mr. Thrift, Mr. Howell Heath to Miss Mary
H. Birchett dau. of Drury Birchett all of Prince George Co.
d. at Fayetteville N. C. on Monday 1st Sept., David Hathday,
a native of Scotland, and for many years a merchant in this place.
d. on Tuesday last in hie 6th year, James W. Second son of Capt.
Fielding Rose of Sussex.
d. 24th ultimate at his Residence in Lunenburg Co. Rev. Sterhny
Smith, 5 6 ys .
26 Sept. 1828
d. at residence of Capt. James Bass, in Greensville Mr. William
A. Crichton son of Mr. James Crichton of Brunswick Co. Mention
of brothers and sisters.
d. evening of 13th instant, Mrs. Eliza Wanner wife of Wm . Wanner.
d. 24 Sept. in Mecklenburg VA, Elizabeth youngest dau. of Mr.
Samuel H. Warren.
Editor's Note: These abstracts are from the issues available
at the Virginia State Library.
SUSSEX COUNTY TITHABLES LIST 1777
The following is a transcription of a list of tithables taken
by Henry Gee in 1777. It is a verbatim copy, listing the tithables
by name, the total number of tithables, the acreage owned, and wheeled
A List of Tythables Taken by Henry Gee Land and Wheil Carriages the
10th of June 1777.
A Joel Adkins, Bob, Doll and Sail illegible
John Avent and Cresay "
Thomas Avent Phill Jacob and Gate "
James Adams Isaac Adams 1 370 acres
Thomas Adams Isaac Adams 2 200 acres
Total tythables 17"
B Henry Bailey Jr. 1
Shadrick Bailey 1
James Baird 1
Arthur Bass 1
ubin Baird _ and Camay 3
Thomas Barham and Amey and Sue 3
Benjamin Barham and Doll 1
To Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes John Moss
Jack Patt and Doll _4_
William Carles Will Edah and Judah
Thomas Chappell and Phillis
Archer Carlas Edward Harris
Joe Adam & Hannah
Charles Davi s
John Dillehay & Aggey
200 (?) acres
I saac Eze 11
Thomas Ezill Senr., Abell Ezill
William Fire and John Fire
Frederick Fort and Roday
Nathaniel Felts, Archibald Felts
Benjamin Green and Linson
Henry Gee Reace Daniel Joseph
Stevenson Kitt Holland Frank
Kitt Micheel Cain Dick Nan
Sarah ? Hannah and Pegg
William Graves Dissey Abb and Jane
Abros Grizzard William Grizzard John
Sam Luke Dinah & Moll
Jones Glover beck abb and Mill
320 acres 1 chair
Pr is s
Stepney Ned Matt
m Isham Pegg Phillis
e Patt Febb
es Anthony Robin
r Dinde and Minge
dner Harwell Sambo
ar Janey Frank
Dinah and Deday
y Ned Cain Ofer
en Hannah Rachel
Cesar & Cale
amey & Dil se
1344 (?) acres
58 ? acres
To Mrs. Margera Hill
William Chappell Hector Abraham Jamey Harry
Chinah Anica Violet Pheby Amey and Sampson
Richard Hay Sr. Sc
Richard Hay Jr.
Benjamin Hail Jr.
Danil Harwood and
600 acres 1 chair
William Harris and Reubin Harris
Benjamin Hail and Jack
Richard Harwell Jacob Ned Sam Joe
Tom Lucy Poll Nan and Sarah
Solomon Watt Moses Jane and Dacus 6
Edward Jones Irvin Jones Jeff and Nan 4
Ephraim Ivey 1
Chales Judkins Roger Elvin & Moll 4
To land D° Pinnies
Nicholas Jarrad Henry Jarrad 2
Lewis Lawhead Harry Ben Pat t
William Malone Tom Beck & Gate
Edward Mitchel and D-
To John Mitchel of Brunswick
168 acre s
William Mangum 1
George Marrible Charles and Jane 3
Jacob Mitchel Peter Anthony Grace
Phillis and Esther 6
Thomas Mason Will Jane and Chloe 4
Matthew Moody Peter Bess Gate 4
John Morgan Senr. John Morgan
Champion & Patt 4
Daniel ffebry Danie Peter Jacob Will
Isaac Frank Ellick Patt Agga Annica
hagar and Esther 12
Daniel Mabry executor of Nathl. Wyche
David Mason Toby Cesar Frank Arthur
Peter George Sam Sue Judy Betty
Crisey Ailse Mary Rose Nan Rachel and
340 acre s
- 1 riding chair
3 70 acres
1110 acres 1 riding
Littleberry Mason Peter Frank, harculus, Sorrow,
Phillis and Amey 6
William Mitchil Mingo and Gate 3
Daniel Malone Sail, Sue, Agg
Amy and gingo
Nathaniel Newsum William Santie Austin
Thomas Newsum Senr. Andrew Newsum Sam
Sarah Juner and Amey
Thomas Newsum Harry Sue & Kitt
Richard Northcross Frederick
Nor thcros s
William Newsum and Sue
David Owen Joshua Owen Joe Dinah and
M i 1 1 y 5
ToBenjaminOwen Ben 1
Benjamin Phipps and Dinah
Edward Powell fortin
Seymore Powell and Miner
To Mrs. Susannah Parham Partrick Dick
Jame & Sarah
Matthew Parham and Nancy
To Mrs. Mary Parham Thomus Parham
Toney Will Batt Jupiter Sanney Sail
Rose Lucy and Nutt
Thomas Pate William Pate
Cyrus Archer Charles
William Rose &
and Mil ley
Seymore Robertson Frank &
Richard . Rawl ings and Abram
Isaac Rawl ings
John Rivers Jr. and Betty
William Richardson Peter Simon Jamey
Patt Phillis & Sue
John Sharman and Ned
William Sturdvant Robert Sturdvant
Dick Jamey Sarah & Judah
Cuthbert Stafford Glasgo
John Anderson Sturdivant
Pegg & hanah
John Sands harry Rachel and Nell
Lewis Solomon Joe and Hannah
Thomas Sammons & Samuel Sammons
James Sammons Jr.
William Sammons & John Sammons
James Sammons & Benjamin Sammons and
Aron Spence Lutt
Stephen Scott & Patt
Benjamin Tyus Cock and Fanney
To Joseph Tucker
Lewis Thorp Rufus Sharper & Lidday
Joseph Thorp Europe Sharper Mingo
Nahum Jack Bridget Arica and Millay
Richard Thorp Parrot Hall George and
U Absalemn Underwood
W William Woodland Beck George Jane and
For Robert Walker in Sussex Ned Hema
Charles Aga and Jimmey
Robert Wynnfield Amos Cato Patt Jamy(,)
Jarwish Wynf ield( , ) Tim and Ben
James Walker Thomas Williams Richard
Marsh Daniel and phillis
Thomas Williamson George and patt
James Wyche Silus Joe Abram Gate
Charles Wood 1 173 acres
Arthur Williamson Mingo Lewis David
Will Mourning Hannah Milliy and Bess 9 515 acres
John Wilborne Hannah and Zinah 3 400 acres
James Williams 1 207 acres
Benjamin Wilborne 1 50 acres
Burrell Wilborne _1 10 acres
Sumuel Yarbrough Roger Aron Patt 4 150 acres
William Yarbrough Dick and Pegg 3 150 acres
BIBLE OF JOHN LIMBREY WILKINS (1768-1850).
BY HENRY W. LEWIS .
The following family record of John Limbrey Wilkins and
his wife Catherine Stith of Brunswick County, Virginia was
copied from this Bible prior to its destruction in a fire at
"Belmont", the Wilkins family plantation in Northampton
County, North Carolina in the mid-1920s.
John L. Wilkins, son of Rebecca and Edmund Wilkins, Sr. was
married to Catherine Stith, daughter of Col. Drury Stith
and Elizabeth Stith, the 21st of October 1790.
Catherine Wilkins, wife of John L. Wilkins, departed this
life the 3rd day of April 1835, aged 64 years, 7 months,
and 7 days .
William W. Wilkins, brother of John L. Wilkins, departed this
life September 30th, 1840.
John L. Wilkins, son of Edmund and Rebecca Wilkins, born 21st
Catherine Stith, daughter of Col. Drury Stith and Elizabeth,
his wife, was born 27th August 1767.
PRINCESS ANNE MARRIAGES 1717-28
by L.H. HART
The following marriages are either stated or inferred from
entries found in the Court Order Book No. 3 for Princess Anne
County. Included in this abstract is the court date and the
page reference. The names of both parties and any other
identifying data given have been abstracted.
Abbreviations used are the following: dau . -daughter , wid.-
widow, sis. -sister, leg . -legatee , md. -married. It is recommended
that in cases where the bride is legatee, one should consult the
will to more fully determine the bride's relation to the testator.
Oct. 2, 1717
p.l James Cotton md. wid. of Adam Keeling (she is now
deceased & he md. Katherine ).
p. 2 John Whitehurst md. Ann dau. John Carroway Senr. (deed
of gift to son-in-law).
Feb. 5, 1717
p. 5 Darby Bartlet md. executrix of Edwd. Old, Jr., deceased.
Reodolphus Malbone md. administratrix of Thos. Richason.
Mar. 5, 1717
p. 10 Solomon White md. Barbara executrix of Capt. Francis Morse.
Robert Hutchingson md. Jane Gisborn (md. by justice in NC)
p. 11 James Haynes md. administratrix of Henry Woodhouse.
June 4, 1718
p. 18 David Barrot md . wid. of Moses Buskey.
Leml . Newton md. Ann Lawson sis. of Anthony Lawson,dec.
and dau. of Thomas Lawson, dec.
July 2, 1718
p. 20 Richard Smith md. administratrix of Wm . Moore.
Joseph Smith md . Sarah dau. of Worsell Albertson,
p. 25 William Keeling md. Amy d Henry Woodhouse, dec.
p. 25 Joseph Perry (now dec.) md wid. of Mathew Godfrey.
p. 28 Joseph Wright md Rose Graham.
p. 35 Wm. Carroway md. Ann d Wm. Moore, dec.
p. 38 John Pallet (now dec.) md. wid. of William Lovet (had ch Mary
Hill (now dec.) md. Elizabeth Lane d Morris Lane, dec.
p. 45 William Easter md. Mary dau. of Jno. Holmes, dec.
p. 46 Edward Bray md. Mary grdau. of Jacob Johnson the Elder, dec.
July 1, 1719
p. 48 Movignaud md. Sarah Mackeel (she is now dec. leaving a
son Francis Mackeel)
p. 49 James Chapman md. Dinah dau. of Lemuel Holmes, dec.
Oct. 8, 1719
p. 58 Henry Snaile Sr. md. wid. of Alexander Keeling.
Dec. 2, 1719
p. 61 Thos. Haynes md. Elizabeth wid. of Thomas Keeling.
Feb. 3, 1719
p. 65 Nathaniel Hutchings md. wid. of Edward Moseley Jr. (son of Edw.
Mar. 2, 1719
p. 67 George Booth md. exx. of Wm. Wicker.
John Ancol md. dau. of Wm. Wicker, dec.
Apr. 6, 1720
p. 68 James Heath md. wid. of John Bryan.
May 4, 1720
p. 74 Mattux md. Margret Hoskins (she is now dec. and had a son
p. 76 Reodolphus Malbone md. exx. of Capt. Hora. Woodhouse.
Nov. 2, 1720
p. 91 Anthony Moseley md. admx. of Capt. Wm. Moseley.
Nov. or Dec. (Torn)
p. 93 John Smith md. Mary dau, of Richard Whitehurst, dec.
Mar. 1, 1720
p. 102 Tully Smyth md. Elizabeth dau. of George Poole, dec.
p. 103 James Tenant md. Elizabeth dau. of Argal Thorowgood the Elder ^ Gent. , dec.
Thomas Beasly md. Grace Morgan.
July 5, 1721
p. 113 Francis Woodhouse md. Mary only ch. of Henry Harrison, dec.
Cason Moore (now dec.) md. wid. of Henry Harrison.
Sept. 6, 1721
p. 119 Erasmus Haynes md. Elizabeth legatee of Thomas At-wood,dec.
Thomas Hill md. admx. of Robert Bell.
Nov. 1, 1721
p. 124 Henry Woodhouse md. Mary dau. William Lovet, dec.
John Ivy md. Bridget next of kin to Mrs. Hannah Angus, dec.
Feb. 7, 1721
p. 132 Francis Morse md. wid. of John Jackson, dec.
Mar. 7, 1721
p. 136 Darby McCarty md. wid. & admx. of James Desmore.
Apr. 4, 1722
p. 140 Capt. Francis Land md. wid. of Capt. William Smyth.
May 2, 1722
p. 144 John McWilliams md. Rebecca grdau. of Wm. Martin, dec.
^m Cartwright md Mary dau. of Thomas Keeling.
July 4, 1722
p. 148 John Butt md. Dinah dau. of John Godfrey, dec.
Adam Keeling (now dec.) md. wid. of John Godfrey (page torn)
Cotton md. wid. of John Godfrey.
Nov. 7, 1722
p. 156 Seth Pilkington md. wid. of Capt. Thomas Corprew.
p. 157 James Nickolls md. wid. of Francis Jones.
p. 157 Reodolphus Malbone md. wid. of Henry Woodhouse (2sons, Idau.
of Henry Woodhouse).
Mar. 6, 1722
p. 165 Janes Nimmo md, Mary dau. of Jacob Johnson the younger, dec.
John Carroway md. Margret dau. Thos. Keeling, dec.
Thorowgood Keeling md. wid. of George Hancock, carpenter,
p. 166 William Holmes md. Mary d John Holmes, dec.
p. 167 Capt. Thomas Corprew (now dec.) md. wid. of John Dixson
Andrew Wilson md. Mary dau. of John Shirley, dsc.
Thomas Brinson md. Mary dau. of Edw. Land the elder, dec.
July 3, 1723
p. 175 Capt. Robt. Kingman md. wid. of Col. Adam Thorowgood.
Aug. 7, 1723
p. 177 Patrick Guy md. wid. of James Smith.
Sept. 4, 1723
p. 179 Adam Broughton (now dec.) md. wid. of Thomas Hattersly.
Jan. 1, 1723
p. 189 John Weblin md. Mary Fitzgerald (now dec. she had a son
p. 191 Amos Moseley md. Elizabeth dau. Tully Emperer, dec.
June 3, 1724
p. 204 George Holmes md. sis of Ann Brocket, dec.
Oct. 7, 1724
p. 212 Etherington md. Joan McClanhan (now dec. she had a
son John McClanhan).
p. 213 Caleb Drout md. Mary dau. of Owen Mathews, dec.
Richard Dudley md. wid. of Owen Mathews.
Nov. 4, 1724
p. 214 George Bush md. Mary dau. of Richard Stone, dec.
p. 216 John Batten md. admx. of John Ashby.
p. 216 Lemuel Hargrove md. Margret dau. Richard Stone, dec.
Dec. 2, 1724
p. 218 Thomas Haynes md. wid. of Thos. Keeling.
Feb. 3, 1724
p. 221 Thomas Moore md. Wid. of Mark Powell.
May 5, 1725
p. 227 John Thorowgood md. Elizabeth dau. of Capt. Christopher
June 2, 1725
p. 229 John Hopkins Jr. md. Frances dau. of Thomas Ilift, dec.
Aug. 4, 1725
p. 232 Arthur Barker md. wid. of Hugh Pew.
p. 233 Robert Hawkins md. an heir of John Angus, dec.
p. 234 Cason Moore is brother of half blood to John Angus, dec.
Oct. 6, 1725
p. 236 James Leamount md. Honour leg. of Robert Dearraore the elder,
James Leamount md. Honour dau. of Robt. Dearmore the younger,
Nov. 3, 1725
p. 239 John Brett md. Mary dau. Capt. Christor. Cocke, dec.
Dec. 1, 1725
p. 241 Robert Bert md. Elizabeth d Edward Wood the yngr. dec. (and
only sis. of Thos.Wood, dec.)
p. 242 Edmond Ellegood md. Margret Finchley wid.
Jan. 5, 1725
p. 243 William Denney md. Amy dau. Lemuel Holmes, dec.
p. 244 Robert Hawkins md. Isabella sis. of John Angus, dec.
Feb. 2, 1725
p. ?45 Henry Holmes the Elder md. admx. of Joseph Roberts.
Mar. 2, 1725
p. 248 James Condon md. Sarah dau. of Cason Moore, dec.
Thomas Morse md. exx. of Thomas Lovet.
Apr. 6, 1726
p. 251 William Willoughby md. Martha sister of Elizabeth Warrington,
dec. dau. of George Warrington the Elder, dec.
Henry Southern md. Jane sis. of Joseph Suggs dec.
Aug. 3, 1726
p. 262 Thomas Cotance md. admx. of Malachy Harford.
Sept. 7, 1726
p. 263 John Hunter md. Jacomine dau. of Jacob Johnson the younger,
Oct. 5, 1726
p. 265 Henry Brinson md. wid. of William Brock.
Francis Moseley md. Margret dau. of Capt. William Smyth,
Capt. Richard Cheshire (now dec.) md. Susannah, wid. of Argall
Nov. 2, 1726
p. 267 Richard Simmons md. Elizabeth only dau. of William Brock,
Dec. 7, 1726
p. 271 Ambross Barfoot Sr. md. admx. of John Brinson.
Feb. 2, 1726
p. 275 William Cockroft md. Frances dau. of Geo. Mosele)? dec.
Mar. 1, 1726
p. 276 John Brock md. Frances d. Jas. Desmore, dec.
Edward BroTim md. wid. of Darby McCarty who md. wid. of
May 3, 1727
p. 284 Christopher Burrough md. exx. of Capt. Wm. Thorowgood.
Henry Whitehurst (noxv dec.) md. admx. of George Moseley.
p. 286 Francis Morse md. admx. of John Jackson.
June 7, 1727
p. 287 John Ralls md. Lidia wid. of James Read late of Mariland.
Aug. 2, 1727
p. 290 James Nimmo md. Mary sis. to Wm. Johnson, dec.
Sept. 6, 1727
p. 293 Francis Moseley md. admx. of Edwd. Land
Oct. 4, 1727
p. 295 Wm. Peirce md. Katherine dau. of Godwin Oast, dec.
Charles Sayer next of kin to Dinah Moseley, dec.
p. 296 John Weblin md. admx. of Henry Fitzgerald the Elder, dec.
Dec. 6, 1727
p. 300 Job Gasking md. admx. of Adam Hayes.
p. 301 Griffin Floid md. wid. of Matthias Moore.
Mar. 6, 1727
p. 305 Wm. Poole md. wid. (Martha) of Thomas Harvey the younger.
Apr. 3, 1728
p. 307 Thomas Martin md. Ann d Mary Dobson, dec.
p. 308 Richard Poole md. wid. of Thomas Ewell.
p. 309 Robert Gervis md. Alice Brown, (now dec), wid. of James
May 1, 1728
p. 312 James Linton md. admx. of William Weblin.
p. 316 Edmd. Ellegood md. admx. of Thos. Finckley.
Sept. k, 1728
p. 323 Capt. Anthony Moseley md. wid. of Francis Thelaball.
p. 324 Thomas Lovel Edings md. wid. of John Cornick.
CERTIFICATES OF ALLEGIANCE, SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY
by L.H. Hart
(continued from Vol.11, page 15)
An Act to oblige the free Male Inhabitane of this State above
a Certain age to give assurance of Allegiance to the Same and
for other perposes there in Mentioned.
We whos names that is here under Written has comployd with the same
Henry Briggs David Edwards Hordy Buck(?) Ethed. Drake
Abraham Mitchell Isham Hill Willam Bolter(?)
Joshua Beel Robt. Speed Joshua Joyner
John Bryant Senr.
Richard Bui son
John Br iant , Jr .
Ben j m . Barns
Will iam Muf ee
James Will iams
Laz s . Cobb
Benjamin Beal Jur.
Binm. Beal, son of Richd,
William Wester, Jur.
The above Oath Taken and Subscribed befor A. Jones by those
Whose names is here annexd.
N.B. The above names are transcribed as written in the original.
It is noted that this list is composed of signatures and marks
of the individuals themselves rather than being a copy compiled
by the man giving the oath. L.H.H.
HALIFAX TITHABLES 1771
Halifax County was created in 1752 from Lunenburg County.
The following tithable list of 1771 is the earliest list to
name all the tithes in the particular household. The 1771
list is not for the entire county. The reference to Miry Creek
would indicate that the list covers the south west section
of Halifax County.
Jas. Turner  List of tithes taken for the year 1771
Henry Hopson, Thos. Kealin, George, Charles, Tom,  Charles,
James, David, Ben, Phillis, Nance, Beck & Agg -13
John Moore Toby Creek, Frederick Farmer, Dick -3
Jas. Legrand, Peard, Jo, Ben, Dick, Wall Samson, Cate, Milley,
Henry Farmer Sen,
Henry Farmer Jr,
William Dobbie, Robt. Rakestraw, Robt. Locksley Stubelfield,
Lewis & Bettey -5
William Hamblet, Christopher Fitzgarald, Ribbin, James, Jane,
Tab & Dick - 7
John Hendrick Sen. & Kitt
John Hurt Hendrick
John Marlain, Robbin, Nan
Humphrey Hendrick, Judey
James Smith, Richd. Smith
Jos iah Cul 1 ins
Phillip Me loane
Thomas Wilson Miery Creek
George Stublefield & Willm. Stublefield
Thos. Witlock & Mol
Will iam Wal ton
Jas. Turner Sr. Danniel, Tamer, Jane
Thos Peign, John Peign
Chas . Tre ign
Ruth Peign, Pendixter Reign
Macajah Watkins, Jas. Watkins, Sam, Dick, Jude , Let, Fan, Milley
St Robbin -9
Robt. Sanford, John Huson, Chas. Going Lucey, Bett, Sarah
Talmon Warbour & Joel Warbour -2
Herman Miller, Gregory. Jack -3
John Carter, Jack, Chas., James -4
John Waters -1
Richd. Hutcheson -1
John Mount. Const., John Mount Jr. -2
Joseph Paterson, William Paterson -2
Henry Hitt, [ ], Phill -3
Robt . Lumkin -1
Thos. Hope, Jas. Steven, Godfrey, Chas, Cillah, Jane -6
Chas. Smith -1
Richd. Coomer -1
Shadrick Coin -1
Thos. Lovelace ' -1
Chas. Henderson -1
Nathan Sullins -1
Willm. Mays Sen., William Mays, Ben -3
Nathan Chatman, John Chatman, frank, Dinah -4
William Mackbe, Jas. Mackbe -2
John Frederick Miller, Jacob Miller, John Miller, Frank -4
Willm. Evins Capt., Willm. Anderson -2
Jacob Miller, Moroco, Sal -3
Jas. Harper- -1
David Evins, Willm. Evins -2
John Calwell, Jas., Catoe -3
Willm. Hobson, Joseph Hobson Sr., York, Peter, Maser,
Moses Echols, Jack, Humphrey, Eve -4
Larkin Caison -1
Thos .Caison -1
Benjamin Caison -1
Herman Miller, Zacariah Hillin, Jack, Solomon, Aron,
Tiller, two of which are ferrymen -6
Ralph Owen, Henry Owen, Ralph Owen -3
Abraham Owen -1
Ambrus Owen -1
Benja. Edwards -1
Thomas Dodson Jr. -1
Richd. Carter Gun Smith, Peg -2
Thos. Spencer, Abraham Spencer, Thomas Sharp Spencer,
Anthony, Will -5
Willm. Walton -1
Thos. Kendrick -1
Thos. Guthrey -1
Jas . Gunn -1
Anthony Buckner, [ ] -2
Willm. Solman, John Solman -2
John Graves -1
Mary Doxon, Chambeloe -1
Alexander Duglass -1
Michael Ozbrook -1
John Gent -1
Jas. Cairy cont. Jas Mcmullin -1
Joshua Blanton, Henry Gwen, Nan, Nan
Thos. Whtilock, moe
Thos. Dodson, Naney
Willm. Russel, Buckner Russel, Dick
John Pinor, Hecktor, Jenney
Thos. Lipscomb, George, Joe, Cesar, Rachel
Henry Kirby (Hanover)
Richd. Carter, Will, Peter, Jary
Willm. Brandon, John Brandon, Irvin Brandon, David Brandon,
Ben, Bet, harry, Rachel, Mingo -9
Francis Brandon, Jincey
John Lawson, Isaac Smith, Barton Comly, Tom, Alick, Sipey,
Phillis, Pea, Pat -9
David Brandon, George Ellit, John Johnson, Cockeye, Lucy
William Edwards, Role, Luce, Hanna -4
Allen Caldwell -1
Theoderick Carter, Abram, Peter, Will ziL_
John Williamson -1
Jesse Watson -1
Thomas Wilson -1
WilliamTurner, Moses Turner -1
Littleberry Strange -1
Richd. Shakelford -1
Bernard Carnall & Mercer -1
Daniel Cardwell -1
John Waters, John Waters Jr., Thos. Waters -3
Nathaniel Ayers & Ruimoleh Baker Ayers -1
Josepp Dodson, Calep Dodson, Willm. Waters -3
Joel Goodman -1
Jas. Spradlin, Chas. Spradlin -2
George Wade, Benajah Parker, Will Bob, Venus,
Jas. Turner Jr., Will, James, Moll, Venus
Elisabeth Stone, William Arrington, Will, Moll -3
Willm. Tramell -1
George Rainey -1
Joseph Moor -1
Thos. Cobbs, Richd. Pass, Charles, Pompy, Silvas, Moll
Joseph Rogers -1
John Yatesson, Willm. & Thos. -3
Jos. Dodson Jr. -1
Jas. Spradling Jr. -1
John Linch -1
Jas. Blackwell constable
Willm. Ulton -1
Nathl. Ulton -1
Willm. Slayton -1
Joseph Asbe, Jean -2
Mr. Turners List Tithables 1771
BLOXSOM. Norma Bloxsom Gates (6102 Ivor Avenue, Norfolk,
VA 23502) seeks descendants of any BLOXSOM (Bloxom) who, prior
tol850, lived in Norfolk Co., Nansemond Co. or City of Portsmouth.
Would like to exchange information.
LEWIS. Joyce M. Riedlin (Rd. 3, Box 150, St ewart s town.
Pa. 17363) desires an^^ and all info, on Robert Lei^ris (B. VA
D. Oct. 25,1846. in Christion Co., KY) and his wife Elizabeth
Morris (B. VA D. Nov. 1853 in Rockingham Co., KY) They were
m. Aug. 1, 17 91 in Rockingham Co., VA. Ufho were their parents etc. They
had the following ch. Leonard, John, Listen H., Meredith, Sylverster,
Chas., Andrex-r, Mary, Sally, Margaret and Alny Attra.
NANCE/WEBB. Elizabeth W. Turner (307 West Riverside, Jupiter,
Florida, 33458) Major Frederick Nance born 13 Aug. 1770 in
Amelia Co.,VA was said to be first settler of Newberry, S.C.
Was hisfather David who was murdered after returning home from
the awful winter at Valley Forge? Need info as to Frederick's
parents and grandparents. Joel W. Webb listed in 1850 census
Charlotte Co.,VA as born ca 1809 Appomatox Co. VA; Married Charlotte
Co. to Elizabeth S. Morton. Need proof of their parents.
MOORE/SHOEMAKE(R) . Felix Earle Luck (8 St. John's Ave.,
P.O. Box 506, Tabor, NJ 07878) seeks information on John Moore
and his son-in-lai'?, Josiah Shoemaker. John Moore's 1777 Caswell
Co., NC will named sons Joseph & John, daus . Sarah McGehee,
Elizabeth Shoemaker, and Frances Stewart. In 1768 Sarah, dau.
of John Moore of Charlotte Co., VA m. Mumford McGehee in Prince
Edward Co. Elizabeth m. Josiah Shoemaker, a Caswell Co. Rev.
War sgt., and they were living in Richmond Co., GA by 1790,
where he d. before 1793. The "r" in Shoemaker seems to have
been dropped shortly after moving to GA.
LEAGUE/MARCHBANKS. Mrs. Charles E. Willie (3610 Fleetwood
St., Amarillo, TX 79109) James League married Mary Ann Marchbanks
ca. 1750 in Amelia Co., VA. They were the parents of 15 children.
Who were the parents of James League? Two sons migrated to Greenville
Co., SC. My ancestor, Joab League died in Greenville Co., 1827.
His wife was Patience , born ca 1760/70. Who was she? Children
of James League married into Amelia Co. families of Hubbard,
Chapman, Waddill and Holt. Would appreciate hearing from any
doing research on the Marchbanks or League families.
PARHAM. Mrs. William A. Sherratt (604 W. Wilson Creek
Dr., Nexi7 Bern, NC 28560) The name of parents of Susan Parham
who married John Leach in Brunswick Co.,VA Sept. 21,1803. (Brunswick
Co. Marriage Registery 1751-1853, Va. State Library.)
BREWER/KNIGHT. M. Virginia Jackson (3120A Napoleon Ct.,
Birmingham, AL 35243) would like to exchange information on
these families. Name of ancestor Drury Brewer (d. 1847, Morgan
Co. GA) who m. Abigail Knight (ca. 1795) suggests southern VA
connections (Nansemond Co.).
LAMBERT. Watha Lambert (6005 W. Indianola Av . , Phoenix,
AZ 85033) need parents and wives of these Lamberts in 1790 census:
MECKLENBURG: Jervis, John, John, Jr., Joseph, Joseph (war).
CHARLOTTE: Hugh, Leroy. BRUNSWICK: Lewis, Richard. LUNENBURG:
Lewis. NORFOLK: Solomon.
HUDSON. William E. Hudson (450 Highland Ave., Athens,
GA 30606) seeks information on the William HUDSON family living
in Dinwiddle Co., VA in the latter half of the 1700's. Sons
were Lt. William, Irby and Tuttle and a daughter Penelope who
married a Young. See page 108, Vol. 2, No. 3, April 1984 "The
Southside Virginian." Irby Hudson married Phoebe Feather s tone ,
Petersburg, VA and migrated to Hancock Co., GA. Who were the
parents of the father William, need proof of his marriage to
Susannah Irby as some claim.
WALKER/MOTLEY, David G. Leatherwood ( USAREUR FSEO
APO NY 09245) seeking information regarding the ancestry of
James W. Walker (d. 1783), who served as a Justice of the Peace
in Pittsylvania County. He married Mary Motley, and had daughters
Wilmoth and Susannah.
HILL. Robert R. Hill (631 South Echo Drive, Brandon, Fla.
33511) is in need of help establishing the origins and parents
of Moses Hill of Fairfield District, SC (1780-1821). Moses
Hill's service in the Revolution has been established by the
D.A.R. (1750-1820). Later information appears to indicate the
D.A.R. dates are wrong and Moses Hill was born ca 1757-1758
and died in Fairfield Dis tr ict , S . C . on July 1, 1821. His wife
was Savilla N. Roden and they had nine children. Names among
the children of Moses Hill are very close to those of the Hills of
Roberson Co . , N . C . ( 1 7 68-1 790) and also the Hills of southern VA .
counties (Isle of Wight and Surry). Was his father Thomas Hill?
There are connections w/ the Mobley family of SC and VA indicated.
Will pay for cost of copies, mailing, and share information.
MOON. Mrs. Mavis H. Williams, Rt.l, Box 224, Ringgold, LA 71068.
Seeking the parents of Stephen Moon b.ca 1660 where? d.l713 New Kent
Co. VA. There are several references in St. Peter's Parish Register.
One Abraham Moone and the Ship's Captain John Moone of Isle of Wight
are not credited with sons, but is there a kinship with Stephen Moon?
The following are listed on 1704 Quit Rent Roll of New Kent: Thomas,
Stephen, Anne, Edward, John, and Pelham Moon. Are the related? Who
were the parents of Elisabeth Smith wife of Peter Moon, son of Stephen?
Any help or suggestions appreciated.
DICKERSON. Mrs. O.D. De 1 1 inger , Jr . 2234 Leafmore Drive
Decatur, GA 30033. Reuben T. Dicker son( Dickenson) B.ca 1800
D. Halifax Co.,VA. Overseer. Married Ann Ford B.ca 1809 (Appomattox
Co.jVA) D. July 1856(Halifax Co.,VA), daughter of George A. Ford.
■Known issue: Sarah, Martha(M-. Jhrunji.^ T.hJ^Jn^l„s rijn.)^ iJj. 11 ij_ni -T^^, John, Lucy
Will appreciate any help.
GRAVES. Mrs. D . D . Fl etcher ( 70 1 White St. Whitesboro, TX
76273) seeking parents of Thomas Graves (will probated 1839)
married 1st Sarah ? 2nd Henrietta Greenwood, March 6, 1828
in Mecklenburg Co. VA . Who were parents of Daniel Graves b.
ca 1802 and married Mary "Polly" Spain, March 27,1820 in
Mecklenburg Co.? Will exchange information on the Graves family
of Southside VA and Granville Co. NC.
NEWTON. Mrs. William B. Edmund, Jr. (2512 West Quincy
Street, Broken Arrow, OK 74012) seeking T^7ife and parents of
Giles Newton, was in Charlotte County Virginia around 1760-70.
Have deeds for him about that time. Moved to S.C. after Revolution.
Named son Younger Newton. Was he intermarried with Younger family?
Wife's name was Bettie??? Would appreciate any help on this
COUNCIL. Mrs. William B. Edmund, Jr. (2512 West Quincy
Street, Broken Arrow, OK 74012) seeking parents of Henry Council
born 1712 married Elizabeth Pledger. Both supposedly residents
of Amelia County, VA . Henry was Capt. in Revolutionary War.
Moved to S.C. after war. Would appreciate help on either the
Council family or the Pledger family.
SCOGGIN(S)/LUNDY. Miss Margaret Scoggins( P.O.Box 473, Poplar
Bluff, MO 63901) seeking information on John and Sarah Scoggin(s)
Washington Co. VA late 1700's, and on Daniel Lundy of NW N.C.,
SW VA and TN late 1700's and early 1800's. Disowned by Quakers
for marrying out of church. Who did he marry?
TRIPLETT. Mrs. W.F. White,(145 Pinckney St., Chester,
SC 29706) Sarah Triplett, b. 1889, Chester Co., SC, a dau. of
Claudia Grant and Glover Triplett, married Charles Morris of
Petersburg, VA. Would like to contact any descendants of this
couple. They lived in or near Petersburg.
BOATRIGHT/BOATWRIGHT/LAFFOON. Hazel Laffoon Christy 4120
Fifth Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76115) seeks information on William
Laffoon, who purchased land (3 May 1736) in Henrico Parish, VA,
(322 acres land on the branches of Tuckahoe Creek) from land
patented by Thomas Boatright and his wife Margaret Boatright.
Would like information on Laffoon or Boatright.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 97
FROM THE EDITORS 98
LUNENBURG COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY, 1815-1819 99
NORFOLK COUNTY OATHS OF ALLEGIANCE 103
HENRY COUNTY REVOLUTIONARY WAR MILITIA LIST 104
REMOVALS FROM SUSSEX COUNTY INSOLVENT LIST, 1823 105
BARKSDALE FAMILY BIBLE 106
GOODE FAMILY BIBLE 107
REMOVALS FROM SUSSEX COUNTY INSOLVENT LIST, 1822 109
A MOSELEY-WHITEHURST MARRIAGE 109
UNRECORDED WILLS OF BRUNSWICK COUNTY 110
BIBLE RECORD: CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN & ELIZABETH(CARY) WATKINS 120
THREE BUCKINGHAM COUNTY WILLS 122
PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY, DEED BOOKS 1-11 130
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY WILL BOOK 1754-1784 136
DEATHS FROM THE BLANDFORD INTERMENT REGISTER 141
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LUNENBURG COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY (DEED BOOK 24)
1815 - 1819
by L. H. Hart
An important source for documenting migration is the power
of attorney, recorded in county deed books. This instrument
usually shows where a person has moved and gives some clue
to his connection with the county in which the power of attorney
is recorded. Often, two or three generations are mentioned
within one instrument.
The Index to Deeds for Lunenburg County has been examined,
and those powers of attorney which contain genealogical information
or evidence of migration have been abstracted.
Standard state abbreviations are used as well as the following:
DB-Deed Book; P-Page; L-Lunenburg County; Co. -County; Bro.-
Brother; Sis. -Sister; Gr-Grand; PoA-Power of Attorney; Att.-
Attested at (location).
P. 7. Oglethorpe Co. GA.
Whereas John Hudson, dec. of L. by will dated 15 June
1790 lent his wife Mary (now Mary Ward) for life
land on Waters of Couches Creek (200 acres) adj.
Col. Edward Jordan, Shadrick Clarke to be divided
at the death of sd. Mary among his 4 children: Frederick,
Robert, Ward, & Betsey Hudson. Mary is alive and
the heirs being of age, wish to dispose of sd. land.
Robert Hudson, Ward Hudson, Nathaniel H. Smith &
wife Elizabeth (formerly Hudson) PoA to Frederick
Hudson to sell the aforesaid land.
D. 28 Nov. 1815.
Wit. Joseph Vinson.
Att. Oglethorp Co., GA Nov. 28, 1815.
R. 23 Dec. 1815.
P. 135. Pleasant Crew, William Akin, Thomas Akin, Jane Akin
all of L. PoA to Alexander Akin of L. to recover what
is due us by devise of Thomas Akin who died in GA
and to receive sd. devises from our grandfather and
grandfather in law Thomas Akin.
D. 29 Mar. 1816.
Witness: Daniel B. Richardson, Thomas Garrett, James
G . Richards on .
R. Aug. 8, 1816.
147. Nancy Farmer admx. of John Farmer dec. PoA to Danl .
Talbourt of Nelson Co.,KY to collect all due me in
VA both in my right as adm. and what is due me from
my mother's and father's estates in VA.
D. 27 May 1816.
Witn. Ben Grayson.
Att. Nelson Co. KY May 27, 1816.
Receipt D. July 12, 1816. Rec'd. of Leonard Crymes
ex. of Keziah Crymes the share and legacy of Nancy
Farmer (formerly Crymes) in her mother Keziah Crymes'
R. 8 Aug. 1816.
174. Sarah Walker of Clarke Co., MS Territory PoA to Lovilass
Mott of same, to handle business in VA and receive
what is due me from John Estis.
D. 3 Aug. 1716.
Witn. Joseph Mott, Jno . D. Curtis, Sary Dent.
Att. Clarke Co. MS Territory 6 Aug. 1816.
Nov. 15, 1816
P. 190. Elizabeth Smith of L. PoA to Clemmons(?) Smith of
L. to receive my part of the estate of Thomas Appling
dec. of Granville Co. NC.
D. Dec. 10 1816.
No witn .
R. Dec. 16 1816.
P. 201. Daniel Brown Senr. gdn. of my infant son Daniel Brown
Jr. of TN PoA to Thomas Blackwell of L. to recover
from Asa Cabiness of L. adm. of Charles Cabiness dec.
the legacy of my son from his grandfather sd. Charles
D. Oct. 31, 1816.
Witn. Wm . Ragsdale, John Knight.
R. Jan. 10,1817.
P. 222. John Cabiness of Jones Co. GA PoA to William Cabiness
to receive my portion of my dec'd. father Charles
Cabiness' estate and sell it.
D. 19 Dec. 1816.
Witn. Chas. Cabiness, Matilda Martin.
R. Jan. 9 1817.
P. 223. Jones Co. GA Edward Freeman of Jones Co., GA PoA
to friend Charles Cabaniss of Madison Co. MS Territory
to recover of Asa Cabaness adm. of Charles Cabaness, dec
of L. all that I am entitled to in right of my wife
D. 13 Dec. 1816.
Witn. Wm. Cabaness, John Cabaness.
R. Jan. • 9 1817.
Washington Co. GA. Elizabeth Gordan of Washington
Co. GA (widow) PoA to friend Richard Gordan to receive
my portion of estate of Lyddall Bacon, dec. (see
will of sd. Bacon)
D. Dec . 12, 1816 .
H. Saffold, Darius Thomas.
ton Co. GA. D. 12 Dec. 1816.
Witn. Isham ... .
Att. Washington Co<
R. 9 Jan. 1817
P. 225. Washington Co. GA Ann Dixon heir at law to part
of estate of Lydal Bacon, dec. and Ann Dixon & Henry
Dixon as executors of Robert Dixon dec. who was ex.
of Lydal Bacon, dec. PoA to friend Tilman S. Dixon
to receive sd. Ann's portion as heir of Lydall Bacon
and to settle the estate.
R. 12 Dec. 1816.
Witn. Isham H. Saffold, Darius Thomas.
Att. Washington Co. GA 12 Dec. 1816.
R. Jan. 9, 1817.
P. 258. James Samford of Fayette Co. KY PoA to friend Thos.
Keeton of L. to handle my business and sell my land
D. Aug. 19 1816.
Witn. George Bing, Matthew Laffoon.
Att. Fayette Co. KY Aug. 19, 1816.
R. Mar. 13, 1817.
P. 320. Sarah Jones of L. PoA to son Thomas Jones of Pytsilvania
to handle my business.
D. Dec. 18 1816.
Witn. John Booth, William Tisdale, James Garrett.
R. 11 Sept. 1817.
P. 349. Stephen Wood of Mason Co. KY PoA to friend C.T.Smithson
to receive my interest in estate of David Wood,
D. 23 Sept. 1817.
Witn. Samuel Ingram, Alfred T. Crawley.
Att. Mason Co. KY Sept. 24, 1817.
R. Nov. 14,1817.
P. 357. Edmund P. Bacon of L. PoA to Capt. Lyddal Bacon of
Abbeville Co. SC to receive from Robert Harrison
of Egfield Co., SC as one of the securities of
Mordecai Booth, it being a debt transfered to me
by Christopher McConnico as assignee (refer to records
of Brunswick Co.) now in the hands of my attorney
Edmund Bacon of Egfield Co.,SC.
D. 4 Jan. 1818.
No witn .
R. Jan. -- 1818.
p. 382. Martin Pierce of Davidson Co. TN PoA to Sterling Fowlkes
of L, to sell my land in Lunenburg.
D. 19 Jan. 1818.
Witn. Samuel Fowlkes, George Foster, Henry Fowlkes.
R. 12 Feb. 1818.
P. 406. Joel Hood and wife Martha (formerly Parham), Joseph
Parham, and Mary Hudson (formerly Parham) all of
L. PoA to William Monroe of Henry Co. KY to transact
all business relative to slaves bequeathed by Daniel
Parham to hiswife Rebecca (now wife of William Chandler),
for her life then to his children.
D. 21 Apr. 1818.
Witn. Jeremiah Bates, William Hood.
R. 22 Apr. 1818.
P. 418. John Glenn of Abeville Co., SC, Esq. PoA to Tyree
Glenn of Laurens Co, SC to sell my part of estate
of Col. Lyddal Bacon, dec. of L. bequeathed me by
his will in reversion or that may fall to me by marriage
with Sally Bacon dau. of sd. Lyddal.
D. Nov. 2 1793.
Witn. Michael Cain.
Att. Abbeville Co. SC Nov. 2 1793.
R. 11 June 1818.
P. 429. David Harrison of L. about to remove to TN PoA to
friend William Palmer of Brunswick Co. to transact
my business .
D. 9 Apr. 1818.
Witn. William Farguson, Edmund F. Taylor, James Gee,
R. 13 Aug. 1818.
P. 502. Abner Crenshaw of Henderson Co. KY PoA to friend Thomas
Fowlkes of Nottoway Co. VA to receive my legacy from
the estate of my grandfather Joseph Dewprie, dec.
of L, and to transact all business.
D. 25 Jan. 1819.
Witn. Mereweather Hurt, Sterling Fowlkes.
R. 12 Mar. 1819.
P. 536. Samuel Hopkins late of Orange Co. NC PoA to William
Norwood to recover all due me as administrator of
Samuel Love, dec. late of Orange Co. NC.
D. Aug. 8, 1812.
Att. Henderson Co. KY D.13 Aug. 1812.
R. July 10,1819.
P. 538. Mary Parrish of Caswell Co. NC PoA to friend William
P. Payne of same to collect all due me in Lunenburg
Co. for the rent of land my dec'd. husband James
Parrish owned and to transact my business.
D. Mar. 15,1819.
Att. Caswell Co. NC Mar. 15,1819.
R. Aug. 12,1819.
NORFOLK COUNTY OATHS OF ALLEGIANCE
by L.H. Hart
The following individuals took the oath of allegiance to become
citizens of Virginia. This information was found in Minute Book 17 of
Norfolk County. The name of the new citizen? the date that he took
the Oath of Allegiance, his birthplace or former residence, and, in some
cases, his intended residence are given.
P. 12 Jan. 15, 1821. George Blair, a native of Scotland admitted a
citizen of Virginia by taking the oath.
P. 22 Feb. 19, 1821. Daniel McCarthy, late migrated, was born in Co.
Cork, Ireland and migrated from there, aged 21, intends to live in
P. 27 Feb. 19, 1821 Patrick McComb and Thomas Lowry natives of Ireland
took Oath of Allegiance and admitted as citizens.
P. 50 Mar. 20, 1821. James Keenan, a native of Ireland, took the Oath
of Fidelity and admitted a citizen.
P. 57 Mar. 20, 1821 James Ogilvie of Banffshire in Scotland, aged 33
years, appeared in court and made declaration of his intention to
become a U.S. citizen,
P. 92 June 18, 1821. James Francis Mary Lucas reported himself to court
born R (smudge) aged 34 years, to reside in Norfolk, VA.
P. 93 June 18, 1821. Walter DeLacy, born in Enniscorthy, Ireland,
aged 24, intends to reside in Norfolk, VA.
P. 97 June 18, 1821. James Lucas who was admitted on Jan. 20, 1817 as
a citizen of VA. is a native of France not Ireland as stated in the
P. 137 Aug. 21, 1821. William Morris presented self to court, born
in Limerick, Ireland, aged 23, intends to live in Portsmouth, VA.
P. 244 Mar. 18, 1822. Peter J. Titreville, a native of France, having migrated
in 1794 and resided here since then, took Oath, and admitted a citizen.
P. 352 Aug. 19, 1822. Timothy McCarta(y), born in Co. Cork, Ireland, aged 24
years, intends to reside in Norfolk Co.
HENRY COUNTY REVOLUTIONARY WAR MILITIA LIST
by J. C. Kolbe
The abstracted Henry County Militia list which is found
at the Virginia State Library.- Th,e list is very detailed
and the following capital letters will denote categories
on the list: A. name B. bounty dollars C. age D. height
E. trade F. residence G. draughted or enlisted
H. date of enlistment or draught I. how long served.
A return of the recruits raised for the. county of Henry
under the Act of Assembly of October 1780 for Recruiting
this States Quota of Troops to serve in the Continental
Army and by Commissioners of the money Tax paid.
John Wright B. 12000 C. 26 D. 5-5 3/4 E. Weaver
F. Augusta G. Enlisted H. 7 Aug. 1781
I. Euring the war.
Stephen Garrison B. 12000 C. 22 D. 5 — 9 E. Farmer
F. Henry G. Enlisted H.29 April 1781
I. During the war.
Peter Mitchell B. 4000 C. 20 D. 5-4 E. Farmer
F. Henry G. Drafted H. 26 Nov. 1781
I . 18 mon .
Edward Wilson B. 8000 C. 24 D. 5-7^ E. Talor
F. Henry G. Enlisted H. 7 Aug. 1781
1 . 3 ys .
Peter Eiker B. C. 36 D. 5-7^ E. Cooper F. N.
Carr. EC G. Enlisted H. 20 May 1782
I . 3 ys .
John Nae B. 12000 C. 26 D. 5-7 E. Farmer F. Henry
G. Enlisted H. 30 May 1782 I. During the
B. C. 21 D. 5-7 E. Farmer
F. North Cao. G. Draughted H.30
May 1782 I. 18 mon.
John Ayers B. 4000 C. 2k D. 5-7 E. Waggonr.
F. Henry G. Draughted H. 2 Mch. 1782
I . 18 mon .
John Hales B. 4000 C. 20 D. 5-10 E. Farmer
F. Henry G. Draughted H. 1st April 17§2
I . 18 mon . '
B. C. 18 D. 5-11 E. Farmer
F. Henry G. Draughted H. 30 May 1782
I . 18 mon .
] Coms sr ,
REMOVALS FROM SUSSEX COUNTY INSOLVENT LIST, 1823,
by L.H. HART
Baker Farham, Sr.
Robert G. Tucker
BARKSDALE FAMILY BIBLE
by L. H. HART
This record is found in the George B. Goode Personal Papers
(Ace. 24813) on file at the Virginia State Library, Archives
Divis ion .
Family Record of Claiborne Barksdale in reference to his
Claiborne Barksdale was born November 10th 1738
Sarah Barksdale wife of the aforesaid was born July 22nd 1745
Married the 6th March 1766
Lucy Barksdale daughter of aforesaid Claiborne & Sarah was
born Dec. 6th 1766
Susannah Barksdale was born July 22nd 1768
Sarah Barksdale was born October 29th 1769
William Barksdale son of the aforesaid was born March 6th 1771
Grief Barksdale son of the aforesaid was born December 25th 1774
The aforesaid Sarah wife of Claiborne died 12th January 1775
Record of Second Marriage of Claiborne Barksdale
Claiborne Barksdale was born November 10th 1738
Jane Barksdale wife of sd. Claiborne was born 14th Feb. 1745
and married the 20th May 1778.
Agnes Morton daughter of Claiborne & Jane was born 8th March 1779
Claiborne Barksdale Jr. was born August 25th 1783.
Mary Barksdale was born April 7th 1785
The aforesaid Jane wife of Claiborne died 12th January 1821
The aforesaid Claiborne Barksdale died 1st January 1825.
Family Record of Grief Barksdale
Grief Barksdale was married to Mary Allen Elliott the daughter
of Andrew Elliot on Thursday 8th Feb. 1810 precisely at 10 o'clock P.M
Sarah Ann first born of Grief & Mary was born 24th March 1811
Charlotte Ella second child was born July 9th 1813
Mary Ellen & Wm Henry Barksdale, Twins, were born January 7th 1816
Eliza Lavalette was born July 30th 1818
Claiborne Grief Barksdale was born April 2nd 1820
Arabella, Born November 21st 1822.
Lucy Jane, born 6th July 1825.
Nancy Elliot born 30th June 1829
Susan Emmett, born 15th May 1832.
Note. Claiborne Barksdale's record notes that Jane Carter had
two children by her first husband Jno. Carter in the following
Frances Carter daughter of Jno & Jane Carter was born 14th Nov. 1769
Elizabeth Carter daughter of the aforesaid was born 28th August 1775
GOODE FAMILY BIBLE
This record is found in the George B. Goode Personal Papers
(Ace. 24813) on file at the Virginia State Library, Archives
Divi s ion.
Copies from the old Bible of my Gr eat-Grandf ather , Maj .
William Goode. S.O.S.
John Goode born March 1738 died June 12, 1790.
Sarah Goode, wife of John Goode, was born Feb. 13, 1745 died in 1812
William Goode, son of John & Sarah Goode, was born Oct. 25th 1761,
died Sept. 27, 1845.
Anne Ford, daughter of John & Sarah Goode, was born Feb. 16, 1764
died Sept. 18, 1830.
Robert and John Goode, sons of John & Sarah Goode, were born
Jan. 22, 1766.
Sally Goode, daughter of John & Sarah Goode, was born Feb. 27th
Margaret Goode, daughter of John & Sarah Goode, born July 12, 1770.
Benjamin Goode, son of John & Sarah Goode was born March 3,
1771. died July 10, 1830.
George, son of John & Sarah Goode, was born March 6, 1773.
Joseph, son of John & Sarah Goode was born April 4, 1775.
Elizabeth, daughter of John & Sarah Goode was born June k. 111 E ,
died Aug. 20th 1821.
Mack Goode, son of John & Sarah Goode was born March 9, 1779
Edward, son of John & Sarah Goode was born Feb. 27, 1780.
Polly Goode, daughter of John & Sarah Goode was born Jan. 10, 1782.
Susanna Goode, daughter of John St Sarah was born Dec.l, 1784
Sally, daughter of John & Sarah Goode was born Sept. 30, 1786.
Tappoley Goode, son of John & Sarah Goode was born May 12, 1788
died Jan. 29, 1814.
Phoebe Bass, wife of Maj . William Goode, was born Nov. 25, 1767.
Died Dec. 11, 1804.
Robt. Goode, son of William Goode & Phoebe, was born Sept. 21, 1789,
& married Mary K. Soper
Jane Goode, daughter of William & Phoebe Goode was born Sept. 5, 1791
Judith W. daughter of Wm . & Phoebe Goode was born May 23, 1794
died Dec. 31, 1840
Elsee, daughter of Wm . & Phoebe Goode was born Aug. 23, 1796.
Spencer R., son of Wm . & Phoebe Goode was born Nov. 23, 1798
died Sept. 25, 1817.
Col. John B., son of Wm . & Phoebe Goode was born June 13, 1800
died Oct. 5, 1843
Phoebe, daughter of Wm . & Phoebe Goode was born March 11, 1801.
William R., son of John B. & Harriett Goode was born Aug. 6,
1826 died March 1, 1843.
Rebeccah, daughter of John B. & Harriett Goode was born July 31,
1828 died June 23, 1830
John B., son of John B. & Harriett M. Goode was born Aug. 24, 1830.
Thadeus D. son of John B. & Harriett M. Goode was born Dec. 13, 1832.
Semantha 0. Goode- was born Jan. 14, 1835.
Octavia, daughter of John B. & Harriet Goode was born Nov. 3, 1840
Mary Soper 1st wife of Robert Goode was born Sept. 15, 1801.
Louisa Goode, daughter Robt. & Mary H. Goode was born Feb. 21st 1819
Eliza Jane, daughter Robert & Mary H. Goode was born May 17, 1821
Robt Wm, son of Robert & his 2nd wife Martha Childrey, was born
Aug. k, 1837
John C, son of Robert Goode & his 2nd wife Martha Childrey was born
Adelaide daughter of Robert Goode & his 2nd wife Martha Childrey
Julia A. Rudd departed this life June
Bart Perdie departed this life July 26, 1840
Elder Edward Goode departed this life Jan. 29, 1841
REMOVALS FROM SUSSEX COUNTY INSOLVENT LIST, 1822
by L.H. Hart
Henry W. Adams
A MOSELEY-WHITEHURST MARRIAGE
by Julia Moseley Combs
The following information was. contributed by a subscriber.
It clarifies the marriage information found in the article on
Princess Anne Marriages, 1737-44 (Vol.3, No.l, p. 27). It concerns
the inferred marriage found on page 4 of Order Book 5.
Mary was the daughter of Tully Emperour whose will(P.A. Deed
Book 3, pp. 478, 479) identifies her husband as Henry Whitehurst.
In fact, he was her third husband. Her first marriage to Edward
Moseley, son of Arthur, ended with Edward's death in 1715(P.A.
Minute Bk. 2, p. 198) after which she married his brother George
Moseley. He died by June 4, 1718(P.A. Order Bk.3, p. 17). She
then married Henry Whitehurst (P. A. Order Bk.3, p. 284), x^fho died
in 1726 (P. A. Deed Bk. 4, p. 74).
UNRECORDED WILLS OF BRUNSWICK COUNTY
Continued from Vol. Ill No. 1, p. 39
by Susan B. Sheppard
7. WILL OF CHARLES HICKS. Partly proved March 26th 1821.
In the name of god amen I Charles Hicks of Brunswick
County being in health
Item my will and desire is that my Brother John Hicks may have
the use of my houses and plantation on avens creek and the
land Bounded as follows during his life viz beginging on Allan
Laniers line on the road that leads from Blacks ferry to Gees
Bridge thence along the said Laniers line to beech lick creek
to William Spains land thence dox-jn Beech lick creek to John
Longbottoms line thence down the said creek to where the line
crosses the creek thence along sd. Longbottoms line line to
William Walkers line thence along his line to Avens creek thence
up the sd. creek to the Bridge on Avens Creek at the road thence
up the creek to where the line crosses the Creek thence up
the road to the old road thence up the old road to the road
thats used now thence up the said road to Allan Laniers to
the beging Likewise my will and desire is that the above named
John Hicks may have the use of Spring called for fur Spring
towards the indian Branch.
Item mj^ Vill and desire is that my Brother John Hisk's wife
Nancey Hicks may have the use of my houses & plantation & land
as is mentioned above during her widowhood.
Item my will and desire is that after the death of my Brother
John Hicks & his wie Nance}' Hick's widox^fhood Ceases that the
above mentioned plantation & above bounded land may sold ^
the money to be Equall}' devided betxveen my Brother John Hick's
three sons Namly Benjamin H. Hicks James Ransom Hicks & Charles
Item my will and desire is that my Brother James Hicks may
have the use of all the residue of my land lying on Both sides
of Avens creek Bounded as follows during his life Viz beginging
on the Indian Branch on William Walkers line thence down the
said Branch to Buckner Overbeys line thence down the said Branch
to avens Creek on David Mosses land thence down the said creek
to where the line crosses the creek thence along sd. Mosses
line to Reuben Malones line thence along his line to William
Walkers line at the road & thence along William Walkers to
the creek thence up the sd. creek to where the line crosses
the creek near the road & thence up the road to the old road
thence along the old road to William Walkers Corner on a small
drean thence along sd. Walkers line to the Indian Branch to
the begining .
Item my will and desire is that my Brother James Hick's wife
Judah Hicks may have the use of the above bounded land during
Item my will and desire is that after the death of my Brother
James Hicks & his wife Judah Hicks widowhood ceases that the
land before mentioned to My Brother James Hicks in this will
may be sold and the money Equally devided Between my Brother
James Hick's two sons Namly Thomas Hicks & James Hicks and
lastley I appoint my two Brothers Namley John Hicks & James
Hicks Executors of this my Last will and Testament In X'jitness
whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this sixth day of
September one thousand Eight hundred. & five.
JTB likewise my will & desire is that my negro man Samson should
be sold Si all the residue of my property to pay my Just & Lawful
Edward W infield
Thos. Winfield (26th March 1821)
8. WILL OF CAPT. JOHN HICKS. (No docket).
In the name of God amen. I John Hicks in sound mind
and memory do constitute and make this my last will and testament
in the manner and form following. Item. I lend to my beloved
wife Nancy Hicks all of my estate that I may die possesed of
both real and personal during her natural life and at her death
I give and bequeath the same the same to my son Charles Hicks
to him and his heirs forever and lastly I nominate and appoint
my friend Reubin B. Hicks my executor to this my last will
and testament signed sealed and delivered the third day of
July eighteen hundred and twentj^ five in the presents of
Nancy V. Walker John Hicks
9. WILL OF FRANCES BRUMBLELOW. (No docket).
In the Name of God Amen, I Frances Brumblelow of the
County of Brunswick being of perfect mind and of disposing
memory, do make and ordain this my last will and Testament,
in manner and form following, to wit.
I give one bay mare to James Fisher, to him and his heirs forever.
I give my Stock of Hogs, & Cows together with two Feather Beds
& furniture to be equally divided between James Fisher, and
John Fisher, together with all of my Estate both real and personal
which I have not before devised.
I nominate and appoint James Fisher & John Fisher Executors
to this my last will and Testament, revoking and disanulling
all others heretofore by me made.
Witness my hand & Seal this 29th day of June 1818.
Signed and acknowledged in
in presence of
Frances X Brumbelow
10. WILL OF ANNE ALLEN. Partly proved 24 Nov. 1783 by Briggs
Goodrich. (This will is torn in several places).
In the name of God Amen I Anne Allen of the County
of Brunswick & Meherin Parish be sick & weak in Body But of
Perfect Sence & memory & Calling to mind The Mortallity of
my Body & knowing That it is Appointed for all Persons once
to Die do make & Ordain this my last will & Testament that
is to say Principly & first of all I Give & recommend my Soul
into the Hands of almighty God who Gave it me Hoping that I
shall Rec[eiv]e full Pardon & forgiveness of Sins at the Re surrec [ t i ] on
at the last Day & as to what Worldly Goods God hath Been Graciously
Please to lend me I do Give & Bequeath in Manner & form following
Revoking & Disanulling all other Wills by me Formerly made.
Imprimices. Item I Give Unto my son Coleby Randle one Negro
Man Named Harry to him hi-s Heirs & assigns forever.
Item, I Give un[to] my Daughter Elizabeth Lightfoot one Bead
& F[urni]ture [ ] Spinning Wheel To her & her Hei[rs] & assigns
Item my Desire is th[a]t if my Mare is with foal & the foal
doth well G[i]ve it to Sarah Jackson to her & her Heirs &
a[ssi]gns for Ever.
Item I Give unto my nd Daughter Rebekah Jackson my Mare Saddl[eB]
ridle to her her Heirs & Assigns for Ever.
Item, I Give un[to M]y Daughter Susanah Jackson my Stock of
shee[p] residue of my Household & kitchen fu[rniture t]hat
I have not already Given away to he[r Si her Heirs] & assigns
And lastly I Do appo[int Co]leby Randle whol & Sole Executer
of this my [last will & test]ament In Witness Wher[eof] I Have
hearunto d & seal this fourth day of October in the rd
One thousand seven Hundred & eig
Signd seald The [ ]
in presents of
Briggs Goodrich Anne Allen
David Til Iman
c ] [ ]
11. WILL OF ROBERT TUDER. Recorded as to the personal property
only being but one Witness Sept. 1827.
In the name of God amen. I Robert Tuder of Brunswick
County Virginia do make and ordain this m}^ last Will & Testament
and iNiith what Worldly goods it hath pleased God to bestow on
me in this life I dispose of in the manner & form following
Item. I wish a straight line run from Morris Pearson's line
at the lower end of the Plantation a cross by a Walnut tree
near the rails at a white oak to Wm . Pearson's line at the
lane, and I wish my daughter Martha to have the use of it her
life as a loan and after her death to be equally divided among
her Children (She taking the south part next to Jackson's line)
I also loan her my sorrel mare and if she brings a living foal
I wish her son Henry to have it.
Item. I wish m}'- dughter Nancy Justice to have the use of
the other part of my land next to the road during her life
and then to her Children shear & shear alike.
Item. I have given to all my Sons (Namely,) Landon, Robert,
John & Matthew all I intend them to have except my ba)'' colt
to Matthew. I also wish all I have besides to be sold Crop,
Stock, and all other property, and all my Children to shear
& shear alike in the Money.
Item. I also Nominate and appoint Morris Pearson my whole
and sole Executor to this my last Will & Testament revoking
all others by me before made. In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and seal this 24th day of July 1827.
Robert X Tuder
Ben j a . Kini
12. WILL OF WILLIAM WILLIAMS. (No docket).
In the name of God, amen; I Wfilliam Williams, being
in a low state of health, but of a sound mind, and disposing
memory, Do hereby make and ordain this my last Will, and Testament
Revoking all other[s] heretofore by me made. Item (1st) I
lend unto my Daughter, Alsey W. Williams one Fether bed (stead.
cord, & mat) and furniture, and also one milk Cow, and increase
during her natural life, and then I give the above sd. property
to the joint heirs of her body, if there should be any, but
if she should die without lawful issue, it is my wish for it
to be equally divided between the surviving Brothers and Sisters
Item (2nd) I lend unto my Daughter Lucy V. E. Williams, one
Bed stead, cord, and mat, and one Dining Table, dureing her
natural life, otherwise, to be devised as in item (1st). In
witness I hereunto set my hand and, seal, this 15th day of
August 1800 and forty four. In the the presence of us
Will iam Allen
William W. Caudle
Jones J. Harrison
William X Williams
13. WILL OF NATHANIEL KING Proved October 1803 and executor qualified
In the Name of God Amen, I Nathaniel King senr. of the County
of Brunswick being weak in Body but of sound Memory Blessed
be God, do this Twenty first day of July in the yea[r] one
Thousand seven hundred & Ninety six Make and pub[lish] this
my last Will and Testament in form following, (That is to say)
First, I give to my Son Nathl. King Two Hundred and Forty five
Acres of land. Called The lower tract whereon my father formally
1 ived •
Item. I lend to my Daughter Obedience Cely during her life
and at her death to be divided eaqually amongst her Children,
One Negro Girl named Lucy and her increase.
Item. I lend to my Daughter Sarah Ann King during her life
and at her death to be Eaqually divided between her Children
One Negro Girl named Priss and her Increase Also I give the
said Sarah One Sorrel mare three years old Saddle & Bridle
One Bed Si furniture Two Cows & Calves and a larg Chest Calld.
my Chest to her and her Heirs [crossed out: Her] forever
Item. I lend to my beloved Wife Judith King all the remaining
part of my Estate real & personal during her life or Widowhood
Item. I Give to my son John King at his Mothers death or marriage
The land wheron I now live not above given also two cows &
calves one Bed & furniture a Chest Sr Table.
Item, at the death of my Wife Judith King I give the remaining
part of my Estate (not above given) to be Eaqually divided
between all my Children without any Appraisment or sail.
Item. I Appoint & Ordain Charles King jnr. & Edward King Sole
executors of this my last will & Testament revoking and annulling
all & every Will or Wills heretofore made by me. In witness
whereof I the Said Nathaniel King senr. have to this my last
Will & Testament set my hand and Seall the day & Year above
Mentioned or Written.
Signed sealed & delivered by the said
Nathl. King as & for his last will & Testament
in the presence of us who were present
at the signing & sealing there of.
Brunswick County court October 26th. 1803
This last*, will and Testament of Nathl. King deed, was proved
by the Oaths of the Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded
and on the moti[on] of Charles King one of the executors therein
named who made oath th[ ] according to law and together with
Stephen Smith and John King his securities entered into and
acknowledged a bond in the penalty of Three thousand pounds
with Condition as the law directs Certificate is granted him
for Obtaining a probate thereof in due form Liberty being reserved
the other executor therein named to join in the said probate
when he may think fit. (This entry was crossed out.)
Herbert Hill C[lerk] B[runswick]
14. WILL OF LUCY PARTIN. Partly proved by Isaac F. House January
Court 1837. Executor qualified.
In the name of God amen: I Lucy Partin of the County of Brunswick
and parish of Mehein [Meherrin], being old and infirm, but
of perfect memory, do make this my last will, in manner and
form following, first of all I recommend my Soul into the hands
of Almigh[ty] God who first gave it me and my body to its mother
dust to be buried in a decent namer [Manner], according to
the direction of my berinafter named Fxeciitor, and after
the payment of Funeral expecis and all just debts. The balance
of my wordly estate I dispose of in manner and form following.
Item, I lend unto my Brother Benjamin Clary during his life
one Negro boy Tom, and at his decease to go to Herod Clary
and his heirs and assigns forever, also one Cow & Calf. Item
I Lend unto my sister Mary Brewer & my neice Permilia Hudgins
one negro woman Lyd[?],and her increase during their lives
and at their deaths to go to (Dolly Pearson and in case she
should die without lawfull issue) to go the Children of L[uke]
Pearson to be equally divided between them, and to their heirs
and assigns forever. I also desire that the land and plantation
whereon I now live be sold by my executor and the proceeds
to be equally divided between Mary Brewer & Permelia Hudgins.
I also give them one mare named Jenny one sp. wheel & all
my [hogs?] with all my wearing apparel to them and their heirs
and assigns forever.
Item. I give unto my neice Lucy Clary one negro Girl Mary with
all her future increase to her and heirs and assigns forever.
Item. I give unto my nephew John Clary one negro woman Hariott,
Sam, a boy, and Wilkins a boy, with all their future increase
one Cow & Calf to him and his heirs and assigns forever, but
in case that if Harriott should with her children as aforesaid
be unwilling to go to John Clary in that case I direct that
my Executor may make sale of them and pay over their proceeds
to the said John Clary or his heirs and assigns
Item. I give unto my Neice Jincey Clary one Bed & furniture
to herr and her heirs and assigns fo[re]ver.
Item, I give unto Lucy Clary, daughter of John Clary, one bed
and furniture to her and her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. I give to my niece Mour[in]g[?] Clary, one Cow and Calf
which she is to have her choice, to her and her heirs and assigns
Item. I give unto my nephew Herod Clary, one negro woman Olive,
one Loom, one Bofatt, one Long chest, one half the plantation
tools and all my Pewter 1 Spining wheel with the balance of
my Stock of Cattle  not given away him and his heirs and
Item. I give unto George Clary (son of Herod Clary) one negro
boy Butcher to him and his heirs and assigns forever.
Item. I give unto James Clary, son of Herod Clary, one negro
woman Sail with all her future increase to him and his heirs
and assigns forever.
Item. I give unto Robinson Clary, one negro boy Joe, to him
and his heirs and assigns forever.
The balance of my estate which is not herein disposed of I
desire that my Executor may hold and retain in his hands untill
all my deists are paid and the expences of a Suit which may
be brought in consequence of a Fradulent spurious Deed of Gift
in the hands of Edward Dromgoole Junr . and John Clary, obtaind
from me without my having a right knowledge of the nature of
the said conveyance, and which I have requested them to return
to me, and they refuse to do so. the balance of the aforesaid
undisposed property after the objects aforesaid are done, and
satisfyed to be equally divided betwen Mourring Clary & Herod
Clarys son Joseph Clarry to them and their heirs and assigns
forever, and lastly I do appoint my friend Willie Harrison,
whole and sole executor of this my last will and testament,
disannulling and revoking all others heretofore made by me
and declaring this to be my last. In Witness whereof I have
hereunto sett my hand and affixed my owen seal this 11th day
of July 1829.
Lucy (x) Part in
Signed Sealed acknd. and
delivered in the presence of
Isaac F. Howse (x) 23d. Jany 1837
Joseph We s s on
James [?] (x) Wright
15. WILL OF ELIZABETH HARRISON
In the name of God, amen! I Elizabeth Harrison Senr.
of the County of Brunswick Virginia, do order this my 1st will
& testament, & hereby revoke all others.
I give & bequeath to my daughter Caty Conner[?] all of
my worldly property of every discription whatsoever for the
benefit of herself, & then to her heirs forever, as witnes
my hand & seal the 16th[?] day of July, one thousand eight
hundred and thirty seven.
E (x) Harrison Senr.
Wi tne s s
Wm . H. Worthington
John J. [ ?] Tillman
BIBLE RECORD: CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN & ELIZABETH
(GARY) WATKINS OF CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA
1757 - 1774
WITH LOCKETT AND SMITH DESCENDANTS,
by John Hale Stutesman
In 1852, Francis N. Watkins of Farmville, Virginia published
"for private circulation" A__Catalogue of the descendants of Thomas
Watk ins , o f Chickahomony (si c) Va . , who was the common ancestor
o f many of the fa milies of the name in Prince Edward, Charlotte ,
and Chesterfield Counties, Virginia. (New-York, J. F. Trow, printer)
In an "Appendix" (pp. 46-50) he discussed the "Descendants
of Benjamin Watkins, youngest brother of Thomas Watkins, of
Chickahomony". Benjamin, born is 1725, became the first Clerk of
Chesterfield County (Court Order Book 1, p. 1) and played a distinguished'
and patriotic role in the early history of that county. On 27 May
1774 he joined with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick
Henry and others to issue an "Association" in support of "sister
colonies" - one of Virginia's first overt acts of hostility to the
British Crown. He attended the Virginia Convention in 1775, and
again in 1777, representing his district, in continuing defiance
of the King.
On 9 February 1781 he made his will in Chesterfield County,
naming heirs: wife "Eliza", and son Thomas He appointed John PRIDE
of Amelia". William FINNIE, William LEIGH, and George MARKHAM to
be Executors. (Chesterfield Will Book _3_ p. 267; probated 1781)
He died 12 February 1781.
Francis Watkins listed ten children of benjamin & Elizabeth
(Gary ) Watkins, but he did not have the dates of their births.
In 1859 he received a letter from a descendant, "N. Lockett" of
Marion, Alabama, which quoted the following data from "...the
Old Family Bible of My Grand Father Benjamin Wa tkins of Chesterfield
which remains a valued heir loom in my family & was printed
A.D. 1752 at Edinburg by... Adrian Watkins..."
"Ben Watkins & Eliz Gary married oct 25th 1755
"Hannah Watkins Daughter of Benjamin & Eliza was born Feby
"Benja Watkins Son of Benja & Eliza born Nov. 29th 1758 & Died
"Thomas Watkins son of Benja & Eliza Watkins Born Sepr 4th
1760 & Died Jany. 4th 1812
"Eliz: Watkins Daughter of Ben. & Eliz: Watkins was Born Deer
10th 1762 & Died Jany 5th 1802
"Miles Gary Watkins son of Benja & Eliza Watkins was born Deer
20th 1764 & died July 19th 1765
"Benj: Watkins son of Benj & Eliz: was born June 8 1766 & died
February 27th 1786
"Richard Watkins Son of Do (ditto) born August 8th 1768 & Died
Jany 4th 18 03
"Rebecca Watkins do born Augst 7th 1770 Died Jany 4th 1830
"Mary Watkins Do Born May 25th 1772 Died Feb 25th 1832
"Susanna Watkins Do born March 23rd 1774 Died March 11th 1832
"Ann Watkins Daught of do Oct 7th 1776 Died March 29th 1796
"Jane Watkins Daughter of Do Birth Feb. 28 1779 & died 11th
"Benjamin Watkins Sr died Feb: 12th 1781
"Elizabeth Watkins died 24th of July 1801
This letter dated 8 October 1859, Marion, Alabama
continued with data on the Lockett family of the author, N.
Lockett (Virginia State Library, George Brown Goode Papers-
Watkins ) .
Other sources establish that (1) Hannah Watkins married
(l)William FINNEY (2) John WALKE; Thomas Watkins married
Rebecca SELDEN; Elizabeth Watkins married (1) William LEIGH (2)
Benjamin THWEAT; Rebecca ~l7at"RTns married Baldwin PEARCE; Susannah Watkins
married Henry LOCKETT.
THREE BUCKINGHAM COUNTY WILLS
These three wills were found among the District Court
Papers filed in Prince Edward County. They are transcribed
completely from copies found in the Margaret Morton Personal
Papers (Ace. 25971) filed at the Virginia State Library, Archives
Division, with whose kind permission these are printed.
The Will of Richard Murray, of Buckingham County.
In the name of God, Amen, I, Richard Murray of Buckingham County,
do make this my last Will and Testament,
In the first place, I give and devise to my son, John, and
to his heirs, my land in Cumberland County and one negro man
named, Harry, and all the estate personnally belonging to me
in his possession.
I lend to my son, Richard Murray, the land whereon he lives
in Albemarle Co., which I purchsed of Peter Field Trent, also
the following negroes, namely, Phillis^ Frank, Jeffery, tx^fo
feather beds and furniture, 11 cattle, 8 sheep, a sorrel mare,
a side saddle and whatever else he may have of mine in his
possession, during his natural life, and after his death, I
lend the said land, slaves and personal estate to his wife,
Judith, during her life, or widowhood, and after her death
or marriage with any other person, I give the said land, to my
grandson, Allen, son of Richard, and to his heirs. And in
case the said Allen does not live to enjoy the same, then I
give the said land, slaves and personal estate to the heirs
of the said Richard Murry. I give and devise to my son, Anthony
Murray, and to his heirs, the land ^^rhereon I now live in the
County of Buckingham purchased of Wm . Battersby; and the profits
of my Mill, until my estate be divided as hereafter directed,
also a negro felloxv named, Sampson, one feather bed and furniture.
two cows and calves, hald-dozen hogs, old and young.
I give unto William Terrel and his wife, one negro woman named
Jude, and her increase, and one negro fellow named Andrew.
I lend John Bryant and his wife, two negroes during their
lives, and after their deaths, I give the same negroes to
the heirs of the said Bryant's wife.
I give to Peter Goldsby and his wife, one negro woman named
Hannah and her increase, and do direct that my executors do
purchase a negro boy or girl, about 12 years old, which the
said Peter shall thank proper, which when purchased
I give to said Peter.
I give to Edward Walton and his wife, one negro girl named
Jane, or a negro boy named Charles.
I desire my executors shall purchase a negro girl of about
14 years of age which I do hereby give to my daughter, Mary
Terrell, to whom I also give a good feather bed.
It is my will that after my debts and funeral expenses are
paid, there be paid to each of my children ten pounds, to
be applied in the education of their children, and if any
estate be then remaining, that my granddaughter, Mary Terrell,
shall have one-fourth part of the same, and the remainder
be equally divided among my children.
Lastly, I do appoint my sons, John Murray, and Anthony Murray,
executors, of this my last Will and Testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and sael the
-- day of April 1772.
Richard Murray - (Seal)
Signed, sealed, published and delivered,
declared in presence of Thomas Ballow, Elizabeth Ballow, Josiah
X Clark. At a Court held for Buckingham County, the 13th
day of April, 1772. This Will was proved by the oaths of
Thomas Ballow, Elizabeth Ballow and Josiah Clark, witnesses
thereto, sworn to by John and Anthony Murray, the executors
therein named, and ordered to be recorded. And on motion
of said executors, who entered into and acknowledged bond
with security, according to law. Certificate was granted them
for obtaining a probate in due form.
Teste - Rolfe Eldridge -Cl.Ct
Teste - Rolfe Eldridge, CI. Ct.
A suit was in progress in 1781. Edward Linthicum had married
Mary Terrell, a daughter of William Terrell, late of Cumberland
County, but now of Charlotte County. The said William Terrell
had married Frances Murray, a daughter of a certain Richard
Murray, late of the County of Buckingham, but now dead. Richard
Murray, dec'd. owned property in Cumberland & Buckingham Cos.
In a deposition, made 5/24/1781, Samuel Staples stated that
in 1767 or 68, Richard Murray, now dead, asked him for the
surveys of two tracts of land made by John Staples, who was
then dead. The said Samuel Staple on returning home and examining
the papers of the said John Staples, dec'd. found the surveys
and carried them to Buckingham Court and delivered them to
the said Richard Murray, in x^hose name they were made out.
Suit - Cumberland County Court - 1786.
Elizabeth Hylton - against - Francis Eppes and John Hyl ton , executor s
of John Hylton, dec'd. and Ralph Hylton and Bowler Hylton,
sons and legatees of the said John Hylton, (late of Chesterfield
The will"" of John Hylton made 11, 7/1773 and recorded Feb.
--1774. Elizabeth Hylton, born Nov. 2, 1782, a daughter of
the said John Hylton, and Sarah Hylton, now Sarah Cocke, was
another daughter of John Hylton, dec'd. May 1, 1791, Elizabeth
Hylton was now the wife of Beeke? Elizabeth Booker. March
18, 1782. "We William X Minton, Theoderick Scruggs and Drury
Scruggs, of Buckingham, are held firmly bound unto John Tayloe
Grifin, of Goochland County, etc.
Charles Ballow acknowledges an account of Mrs. Temperance
Ballow, dating from 1771 to 1773, brought by William Ford
and Co. , April 28, 1783.
John Woodson (of Carter's Ferry) and John Scott, (of Albemarle),
were indebted to the estate of Charles Lewis, of Goochland
Co. as shown by suit brought against them by Robert Lewis,
of Goochland Co. as shown by suit brought against them by
Robert Lewis and Wm . Holman, exrs. of the said estate.
John Montague was son of Thomas Montague, dec'd. as shownby
deposition taken Nov. 4, 1780. Thomas Montague, Jr. was also
April 1784. The executors of Samuel Allen were:- Archer Allen,
Samyel Allen and William Daniel.
March 16, 1783. John Austin was living in Goochland County.
John Fore complains of Daniel Mayo, that on the — day of —
in the year 1750, in Cumberland Co., the said Mayo was indebted
to the said Fore 5 lbs 15 shil. for labour and services as
an overseer, also for goods, wares and merchandise by the
said Fore sold to said Mayo.
District Court Records-Buckingham County, Va .
Will of Anthony Charroon.
In the name of God, Amen. I, Anthony Charroon, of the County
of Buckingham and Parish of Tillston, being in perfect sense
and memory, but weak in body, do make and ordain this my last
Will and Testament, and in the manner following, viz.. Imprimis,
I lend unto my beloved wife, Elizabeth Charroon, her life
in lieu of a dower, my negro fellow, Charles, a young bay
horse, a woman's saddle and bridle, two cows and calves, two
ewes and lambs, one bed and furniture, as also the plantation
whereon I now live.
Item, desire that my roan horse may be sold and the money be applied
toward the discharge of my debts.
Item, I give and bequeath to my son, Isaiah Charroon, the
land whereon I now live, by estimation, two hundred and eighty-
one acres to him and his heirs lawfully begtten of his body
Item, I give and bequeath to my son, Anthony Charroon, my
other tract adjoining to the Church which is called and known
as Buckingham Church, by estimation, three hundred and ninety-
eight acres, to him and his heirs lawfully begotten of his
Item, I give and bequeath to my daughters, Ann Charroon, Susannah
Charroon, Sarah Cherroon and Charley Charroon two negroes,
namely, Jude and her chil Jina, with their increase, togather
with all the rest of my movable estate and horses, cattle,
hogs and sheep, to be equally divided between them, and that
not till my son, Anthony Charroon, attains to the age of fourteen
years, or in case of his death, not till the year of our Lord
Christ, seventeen hundred and eighty three, and after my beloved
wife Elizabeth, deceased.
I further give and bequeath to my aforesaid daughters, the
negro fellow, Charles, and all the rest of the estate which
I have lent her, at her death, I give to them to be equally
divided among them and their assigns forever.
Item, My will and desire is that a house may be built at the
discretion of my executors, on my land at the Church, for
my mother to live in during her life or pleasure.
Item, My will and desire is that what money may be remaining,
after my debts are paid, my executors do purchase a negro
girl, which girl togather with her increase, I give and bequeath
to my aforesaid daughters in like manner as I bequeathed the
aforesaid estate to them.
I do nominate and appoint William Binnion and Henry Bell to
be my whole and sole executors of this my last Will and Testament,
revoking all other Will. In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my seal this first day of November,
in the year of our Lord Christ, seventeen hundred and seventy.
Anthony Charroon. L.S.
Signed, sealed, published and delivered
in the presence of - Drury Mims,
Baldock, William Garner, Lucy Garner and Sarah Wheeten.
At a Gourt held for Buckingham Gounty, the thirteenth day of
May, Seventeen hundred and seventy-one. This Will was proved
by the oaths of William Garner, Lucy Garner, two of the witnesses
thereto, sworn to by William Binnion and Henry Bell, the executors,
herein named, and ordered to be recorded, and on the motion
of the said executors who entered into and acknowledged bond
with security according to law, certificate was granted them
for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
Teste, Rolfe Eldridge -Gt.Gl.
A copy - Teste, Rolfe Eldridge, -
The estate was appraised at Eighty pounds, fifteen shillings,
three pence. Inventory and Appraisment - March, eighth. Seventeen
hundred and eighty-three.
Sarah Charroon sold her interest to Edward Curd on Oct. twenty-
seventh, seventeen hundred and eighty-three.
Jesse Hays gave receipt for his wife's interest in the estate,
viz. Anna, on Dec. eleventh, seventeen hundred and eighty seven.
Will of Nathaniel Jeffries
A copy of a copy found in a package of District Court Papers
filed in the office of the Clerk of the Gourt of Prince Edward
County Virginia. Package marked "J". District Court was
held at Prince Edward Gounty Court House for five counties,
among them was B.uckingham County.
Suit marked "Jeffries Vs. Jeffries".
Copy of the will of Nathaniel Jeffries:
In the name of God, Amen, I nathaniel Jeffries of the County
of Buckingham, being in sound mind and memory, do make and
ordain this to be my last Will and Testament, in manner and
form following - After my just debts being paid, Imprimis, I give
and bequeath to my son William Jeffries forty acres of land more
or less adjoining Hooper's Road & line, where he now lives,
to him and his heirs forever. My will and desire is that
he is to enjoy no more part of my Land. Item, I lend to my
daughter Sally Childress one Negroe Girl named Dilce during
her natural life, after her decease my Will & desire is the
said Dilce & her increase be equally divided among my said
daughter Sally Childress's children. Also, I give my said
daughter, Sally Childress, one feather bed & furniture to
her and her heirs forever. My Will and desire is that she
have no more of my estate. Item, I give to my son Jessee
Jeffries one Negro boy named David, also one horse colt, also
an equal part of the estate I shall leave with his mother,
to him and his Heirs forever - Item, I give to my daughter,
Mary Akers, one feather Bed and furniture to her and her heirs
forever and no other part of my estate. Item, I give to my
daughter, Susannah Harvey, five shillings cash, and my will
and desire is that she have no more of my estate. I lend
to my beloved wife, Mary Jeffries, all the rest of my estate,
viz. Land, Negroes, horses, cattle, household furniture and
everything I possess that could be called my estate during
her natural Life or widowhood, after her decease I give and
bequeath to my son, John Jeffries, that part of Land on Hooper's
Road on the North side to Willises Creek, my will and desire
is that ""all the rest of my Land be equally divided between
my two sons, namely, James Jeffries and Jessee Jeffries, my
will and desire is that my sons, Thomas Jeffries and Nathaniel
Jeffries and William Jeffries, John Jeffries, James Jeffries,
Jessee Jeffries, Lucy Brown, Nancy Morris in testimony
(Note by M.H.Morton, copyist, Sept. 6, 1961: It seems that
the copyist of the original will must have omitted some words
here as the wording is faulty or ambiguous.) in testimony
whereto I have set my hand and seal this twenty-ninth day
of June one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. Note
the interlining was afore it was signed. Signed sealed and
delivered in presence of
Natt Morris (Signed): Nathaniel Jeffries
At a Court held for Buckingham County the 14th day of October,
1793 the last will and testament of Nathaniel Jeffries deceased
was proved by the oaths of John Redding and Jesse Jeffries
two of the Witnesses thereto. At a Court held for Buckingham
County the 9th day of December, 1793, the Order made at October
Court last proving the Last Will and Testament of Nathaniel
Jeffries, dec'd by consent is rescinded.
On the motion of Mary Jeffries, Executrix of the Last will
and testament of Nathaniel Jeffries, dec'd, for proof of the same proved
by John Redding and on her motion. That Nathaniel Morris, another witness
thereto Si Executor and legatee to the said Will, should be compelled to
relinquish his right and interest in the said Will and prove the same,
which motion was overruled by the Court and thereupon the said Mary Jeffries
called on Jesse Jeffries, another legatee and subscribing witness to be
compelled to relinquish his right and interest in the same and prove the
same, which motion was also overruled. It appearing to the Court that
all the subscribing witnesses to the said Will were interested except John
Redding, from which opinion of the Court Mary Jeffries prayed an appeal
to the next District Court of Prince Edward in April next which is granted.
A copy teste- Boiling Branch, D.C.
A copy teste- F. Watkins, C.D.C.
PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY
DEED BOOKS 1-11
An important source for documenting migration is the power of attorney,
recorded in county deed books. This instrument usually shows where a person
has moved and gives some clue to his connection with the county in which
the power of attorney is recorded. Often, two or three generations are
mentioned within one instrument.
The Index to Deeds for Pittsylvania County has been examined, and
those powers of attorney which contain genealogical information or evidence
of migration have been abstracted.
Standard state abbreviations are used as well as the following:
DB- Deed Book; P- Page; Co.- County; p. a.- Power of Attorney.
DB 1, p. 286. James Pattey of Barkley Co. S.C. to Jessey Pattey
of Pittsy. blacksmith p. a. to recover money due me in Va.
& to sell land left me by the will of James Pattey, the land
being on Nixes Creek. Wit. James Talbat, John Doss, Elizabeth
Doss . D. 7 Dec. 1768 .
DB 2, p. 195. Joseph Fargason of Farnham Parish Essex Co.
to Waters Dunn of Pittsy. Co. p. a. to receive debts due me.
Wit. Robert Chandler, Richard Copland, Joshua Brown. D. 14
June 1771. R. 21 June 1771.
DB 2, p. 317. Daniel Blevin Sen. of Pittsy. & Daniel Blevin
son of said Daniel Blevins Junr . of Botetourt to James Rentfrow
Sen. of Pittsy. p. a. to receive from Joseph Stantone in Westerly
formerly Narragincy in New Ingland 100 acres lying in Westerly
New Ing\.and. Wit. Thos. Flowers, Geo. Lumkin, Robt. Lumkin,
Robt. Pensey. D. 1771. R. 27 Sept. 1771.
DB 2, p. 325. Robert Sweeling of Va. to Dutton Lane of Va.
p. a. to go to Md. & recover possessions I have claim to .
Wit. G. McCarr, James Denton, John Marr. D. 26 Sept. 1771.
R. 26 Sept. 1771.
DB 2, p. 332. William Simpson of Augusta Co. to Archibald Graham
of Pittsy. p. a. to make a deed for land in Pittsy. to Israel
Christian of Augusta Co. Wit. Thos. Madison, William Fleming,
Michl. Barryer. D. 25 March 1769. R. 25 March 1769.
DB 2, p. 334. John Fuller Lane & Elizabeth his wife of Pittsy.
to Gidion Marr p. a. to go to Pennsylvania to receive any estate
• 26 Sep.. 1771. ^^^''^ 3^%-; ^-- » = «„„. „e„,, stone "
- ledford Co. land in ' Bedf o^d'co!" ""''" *'""> ■'■>'■"
DB 4, p. 74.
Jr. of Pittsy
John Smith Seu. or r.^^.,, p„ , ,
^o. to John Smith
H, . ^^^ William Co. bein^
Hampton, James Dilliard th^ ^?^
T „ ^J-i-J-iara, Thomas Black
1 Sept. 1774. R. 22 Sept.
en. of Pittsy.
p. a. to sell land
Young, John Smith.
DB 7, p. 128. James Dalton of Pitt
Dalton to Nathaniel Williams
take possession of land
Wit Wm. Arthur, Randolph Dalt;;; * j^
i<. 16 Sept. 1782.
in Pittsy. Co. &
. eldest son of Timothy
Co. N.C. p. a. to
claimed by John Chiles
Cook. D. 1 Jan. 178.
illiam; I'l' '"""'' ^°"^= °f Caswell
eo Ph 1?:!; \° %%-^- -hat is due m
iij-ij-ips, b . Strother. n i -7 i,t _ ^
D. 17 Nov. 1783.
R. Will iams
R. 18 Nov.
DB 7, p. 221. John Wynne Jr nf t^
Humphreys of Caswell Co Lmcoln
negro boy George given
& which was sold by
Co. N.C. to George
attachment of Sylv;ster AdUl I r ^^"^3^' ^7 virtue of an
Tiffin, Jacob Stollwe i^ Nance Sti^^"';/"'" ''^'' "^'^^ ^hos
R- 17 July 1784. Stillwell. D. 1 Jan. 1784.
DB 7, p. 287. Alexander Robinson of Camden Dist. S.C. to Lodowick
Tuggle of Pittsy. p. a. to sell 300 acres on Pigg River. Wit.
Thos. Black, John Bredin, Mary Black. D. 3 Nov. 1783. R. 19
DB 7, p. 494. John Watson of Pittsy. Co. to laiah Watkins & Alice
his wife p. a. to receive a negro, promised me by the governor of
S.C. by his proclamation for 10 mon. service as a soldier in General
Sumter's Brigade & under the command of Col. Wade Hampton.
D. 20 Sept. 1785. R. 19 Sept. 1785.
DB 7, p. 494. Isaiah Watkins of Pittsy. Co. to Col. Henry Hampton
of Camden Dist. S.C. p. a. to recover from those indebted to me
debts related to sale of land intended to be made in Camden Dist.
S.C. Hampton is to sell the land & mill according to a deed granted
to me by James Smith & Ester his wife, the land lying on Little
Cedar Ck. D. 20 Sept. 1785. R. 19 Sept. 1785.
DB 7, p. 636. Isaac Gross of Pittsy. Co. to Jacob Dains & Walter
Guild of Pittsy. p. a. to receive from Anthony Asher all property
I lay claim to in Baltimore Co. Md. Wit. James Gallaway, D. Tompkins,
Simon Adams. D. 15 April 1786. R. 17 April 1786.
DB 8, p. 68. David Grimes of Spartanburg Co. S.C. to Thomas James
of Pittsy. Co. p. a. to recover land in Charlotte Co. with held
by a certain Williams from me being heir at law of Francis Grimes.
Wit. Haynes Morgan, Nancy Yeats. D. 4 Dec. 1786. R. 16 July
DB 8, p. 228. Marve Nash of Lincoln Co. Va. to son William Nash
p. a. to sell the legasee coming from Edmond Hodges est. Wit.
Jabas Townsin, John Jackson, John Allin, John Briley.
D. 1 March 1786. R. 19 May 1788.
DB 8, p. 286. Adin Gray of Pittsy. Co. to bro. Jeremiah Gray
of Montgomery Co. Md. p. a. to deliver a deed to Charles Cattron
of county *•£< state last mentioned for 59^ acres to be acknowledged
in the court of Montgomery. D. Sept. 1788. R. 15 Sept. 1788.
DB 8, p. 295. John Clever of Henry Co. to John Cox of Henry 6o.
p. a. to recover money due me from the est. of William Lightfoot
deed, of Gloucester Co. & est. of William Lightfoot of Charles
City Co. Wit. Danl. Tompkins, Robertson Shelton.
D. 20 Oct. 1788. R. 20 Oct. 1788.
DB 8, p. 356. John Laws & Ann Miller of Wilks Co. N.C. to Isaiah
Watkins of Pittsy. Co. Va. p. a. to receive anything due us in
Bedford Co. Va. Wit. Adam Poor, Nathaniel Poor, Lydall Wadkins.
D. 15 May 1785. R. 16 May 1785.
DB 8, p. 380. Thomas Black of Wilks Co. Ga. to John Smith of
Pittsy. Co. p. a. to sell to Samuel Calland of Pittsy. Co. land
on both sides of Snow Ck., 100 acres described in deed made by
Archibald Young to me D. 5 June 1783. Wit. James Cowdon, William
Cowdon, Lodk. Tuggle, Geo. Tuggle. d. 25 Oct. 1788. R. 15 Feb.
DB 8, p. 394. Ruben Bennat of Wilks Co. Ga. to William Bennat
of Pittsy. p. a. to receive anything due me. d. 13 April 1789.
R. 20 April 1789.
DB. 8, p. 432. Elisha Thomas of Mercer Co. Va. to Joshua Dodson
of county aforesaid p. a. especially to handle 284 acres on the
long branch of Stewarts Ck. D. 17 July 1789. R. 20 Aug. 1789.
DB 9, p. 148. George Lumkin of Wilks Co. Ga. to son Robert Lumkin
of Va. p. a. to receive all debts due me. D. 4 Feb. 1792. R.
1 March 1792.
DB 9, p. 348. John Davis of Pittsy. to Frederick Duncan of Culpeper
Co. p. a. to receive debts due me from King William Co.
D. 18 Feb. 1793. R. 18 Feb. 1793.
DB 9, p. 359. Elizabeth Blades of Pittsy. Co. to Mr. James Woodie
of county aforesaid p. a. to receive debts due me from New Kent
Co. Wit. Larkin Brooks. D. 18 March 1783. R. 19 March 1793.
DB 9, p. 441. William Lester late of Fairfax Co. Va . by his will
d. Jan. 26, 1796 appointed his bro. Thomas Lester ex. Thomas Lester
d. 17 before distribution of the est. was made between the children
of William Lester. The children were Mary Pagans wife of Joseph
Pagans of Fairfax and Ann still an infant. The widow of Thomas
Lester married John Ballinger and now resides in Pittsy. Co.
Joseph Pagans to Samuel Shannon of Fairfax p. a. to recover
for daus. Mary and Ann what is due from their father's estate.
Wit. John Taylor, John Taylor Jr. R.- 29 Aug. 1793.
DB 9, p. 457.
Kezee of Pittsy
Ben j am
Co . p . a
Kfcjzee u J. r J. L L b y . l.o. p. a. to rransa
of Albemar who was ex. to my father
Silles Bailey, Joseph Raynolds, Ric
1791. D. 28 Feb. 1793. R. 21 Oct.
in Burch of Lincoln Co. Kentucky to Jerem
to transact business with James ^■^~~
to my father's est. Wit. John Bail
Richard Kaase. D. 13 July
DB 9, p. 499. John Dalton of Pittsy. Co. to Lidford Payne
of S.C. p. a. in securing 2 negroes Peter & Hannah that Edward
Waite deed, formerly of this county gave to me on marriage
to his dau. at his wife's death. Wit. John Smith, James Newburg.
D. 6 Feb. 1793. R. 17 Feb. 1794.
DB 9, p. 503. Elias Paston of Hampshire Co. to Matthew Clay
of Pittsy. Co. p. a. Wit. Thomas Watkins, T. Tunstall.
27 Nov. 1793
R. 18 Feb. 1794.
DB 10, p. 52. Robert Walters Sen. of Franklin Co. Ga. to son
Robert Walters j un . p. a. to sell land on south fork of Birch's
Ck. containing 450 acres, 275 acres sold to Basil Wilson.
Wit. John Walters, Elijah Walters. R. 15 Sept. 1794.
DB 10, p. 111. John Oliver of Greenville Co., S.C. to William
Hankins (son of Dinah) of Pitts}^. p. a. to sell 156 acres lying
on James's branch. Wit. Jos. Akin, David Hodges, W. Wright.
D. 15 Dec. 1794. R. 19 Jan. 1795.
DB 10, p. 282. Thomas Gordon of town of Petersburg to James
Hopkins of Pittsy. Co. p. a. to sell 6666 acres granted by
patent 7 April 1781 in Pittsy. Co. and Franklin Co. Wit. Saml.
Calland, Hugh Jones Jr., John Tompkins. D. 5 June 1795.
R. 15 Feb. 1796.
DB 11, p. 42. John Broughton and Caty his wife of Campbell
Co. to Samuel Pannill of Pittsy. Co. p. a. to receive all that
part of the est. of Col. Paulin Anderson deed, of Amelia Co.
Wit. Francis Anderson, John Caplin. D. 16 Nov. 1796. R. 17
DB 11, p. 69. Mary LeGrand and her husband Will LeGrand.
Mary was dau. of Elizabeth Comer and Samuel Comer dec. and
sister of James Moss late of New Kent. p. a. to bro. Hugh Moss.
Wit. John Sutherland, Elijah Yates, Achilles Whitlock.
D. 1 May 1797. R. 15 May 1797.
DB 11, p. 102. Dick Cox of Carter Co. Tenn. to William Canapax
of Campbell Co. state aforesaid p. a. for all my landed interest
on the expedition to Elenois under Capt. Riddle and also for
may claims for taking Chicamago Indian Towns under Col. Grisly.
Wit. W. Wright. D. 17 July 1797. R. 17 July 1797.
DB 11, p.*- 141. George Brown of Sumner Co. Tenn. to Moses Eckels
p. a. to sell 112 acres on Aliens Ck. formerly in possession
of Thomas Moore. Wit. Elkanah Echols, Richard Anderson.
D. 3 July 1797. R. 18 Sept. 1799.
DB 11, p. 190. Ralph Smith of Pittsy. Co. to William Hopkins
Junr . of Albemarle p. a. to convey to Robt. Harris of co. and
state aforesaid my interest on the north side of Hardware River,
in 200 acres of co. and state aforesaid. Wit. Edward Nunnilee,
Saml. Calland. D. 20 Nov. 1797. R. 20 Nov. 1797.
DB 11, p. 203. Elkanah Echols and Elizabeth his ^^^ife late
of Pittsy. Co. Va. to Samuel Pannill of said county and state
p. a. to collect. from the adm. of Paulin Anderson dec. of Amelia
". -- .,wv. i/i./. K. 19 Dec. 1797.
DB 11, p. 290. Thomas Gordon and wife late of tt
Ga. late Lete Prestidee tn Tnhr, p Franklin Co.
p. a. to receive a 1 due ^s by ^iirof^n'' f ^°- ^"' ^^^^^ aforesaic
Of Pittsy. Co. Wit. Moses pLne t '^^^^^^her John Prestidge
D. 26 Oct. 1797. R. 16i;riri798 '' Chandler.
DB 11, p. 363. David Hodges of Pii-i-o,
Nash of Lincoln Co. Kentucky r, / I "^ ^ ' '° "^^^^^ ^^^1
me by Moses Hodges Wit ^oH^'tV 1° °''^^''' ^ warrant assi
-sse Sprogins.^^D.- ir5;t^°?798!^'r I^^T Weatherford,
DB 11, p. 399. Richard AndPr-.n. .f c
- J- ^. -_ ., '" J- J- X J. ajii
Pannill of Pittsy pa to"°'' '"""'^ '°- ^^""- ^^ ^avid
Of Paulin Ander o; I'ec' tharShrh r' "'"• °' '^^ ^^^^^^
Buckley, Edn,. Tunstall* Isaac ^^^ t'" ""^^^^^d. Wit. John
Thos. Anderson. D. 2 J ' j;in798 !^%f 2' Jai!l79V^^^^^°"'
" fa^he'; Jo'h; ^iVii^S'ir''' - '^--^^^ Co. Oa. to
to sell 400 acres on Mrchrr* ^'"'^ ''^'" aforesaid p. a.
dec. and given^^ John Prestf^.fT'"'? '" '°'^ Prestidge
:^rpe^:-79^!^-' ^°-- ---^ -
Murry of Davidson C<
DB 11, p. 445^ Abraham
of Abraham Murry dec ^7^^ "' ^aviason Co. Tenn. ex.
of Matthew F. SLry dec to 7^%^""' "^"""^ ^^^^ ^^ 1--
Co. p. a. to affix names to W.h-'"'' '""'°"^ Lunenburg
Clay Of Pittsy. Co to 38S ''^^'^^"g^°" Thompson or Matthew
R. 15 An.il /yaa ' '° ^^^ ^^'^^^^ D. 31 Oct. 1798.
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY WILL BOOK 1754-1784
(continued from Vol. 3, p. 26)
P. 46 By court order dated Feb. 19, 1761 appraisal of est.
of James Wimbish.Appr. Wm. Booker, Nathaniel Barksdale,
John Bigger, Thos. Flournoy. Ex. Saml. Wimbish, John
Wimbish, Ben. Wimbish. R. 16 March 1761.
P. 48 Will of Joseph Littlejohn of Pr. Edw. Wife-Margaret.
Cusin- James Fulton that part of land where improvements
are. Cusin- Joseph Parks part of unimproved land. Sisters;
Mary Parks & Rose Fulton. Brother: John Fulton. Cousin
Robert Hanna a bay colt 2 ys. old now running in Carolina,
children of Mary Fulton: Jean Fulton, Catherin Fulton,
Ann Fulton, Elizabeth Fulton, John Fulton & Mary Fulton.
Ex. wife Margaret & John Fulton mentions bequest to
Catharine Parks. Wit. James Parks, Joseph Cunningham,
Tho. Cunningham. d. 13 Nov. 1761.
P. 49 Appraisal of Est. of Joseph Littlejohn. Appr : John
Cunningham, Samuel Cunningham. Ex. Margaret Littlejohn
& John Fulton. d. 10 Aug. 1762,
P. 51 Appraisal of est. of William Rice by court order d.
13 Mar. 1760. Appr. John Watkins, Joseph Rice, Abraham
Womack. Adm. Phil. Holcombe. R. 9 Sept. 1760.
P. 52 Will of Henry Ligon Sen. of St. Patrick's parish Pr.
Edw. son Henry Ligon. dau. Elizabeth Ligon. Son William
Ligon part of land I now live on & negroes Jack, Jane,
and Jemea. dau. Sarah Ligon negroes Jug, Matthew,
and Peter. wife- Sarah. Ex. wife Sarah and son Henry
Ligon. Wit. Chas. Anderson, Nathan Hall, Henry Lester,
d. 12 Nov. 1759, R. 14 Dec, 1762,
P. 54 Act of est. of Joseph Joseph Littlejohn,
Littlejohn & John Fulton.
Ex . Mar gre 1 1
P. 55 Appraisal of Est. of Henry Ligon. Appr. Jacob Magguhee,
Joseph Rice, Matthew Rice. Ex. Sarah Ligon, Henry
Ligon. d. 29 Jan. 1763. R. 12 April 1763.
P, 56 Will of James Donnell St. Patrick's Parish Pr. Edw.
Wife-Jean. Son-James 400 acres. Son-John 300 acres
joining James's plantation. Son-William 300 acres
that I live on. Daus . -Mar grit , Meary, and Jean.
Ex. wife Jean & son James. Wit. John Martain, Elliner
Caldwell, Thomas Caldwell. d. 25 March 1763. R. 10
Inv. of James Donnel. Appr. George Ewing, John Caldwell,
John Cunningham. Ex. Jane Donnel, James Donnel. R.
18 July 1763.
Will of John Read. bro. -James Read all my lands,
bro. -Samuel Read. bro. -Robert Read. Ex. Father James
Read & bro. James Read. Wit. Richd. Lankey, Robert
Read. d. 1 June 1763. R. 18 July 1763.
Will of Samuel Read. Wife Elizabeth. Son-James. Son-
John. Ex. father James Read & wife Elizabeth Read.
Wit. Richd. Lankey, John Morrison, d. 20 June 1763.
R. 18 July 1763.
Est. Account of Thomas Stone with Robert Hastie adm.
Appraising the est. William Campbell. Thos. Woodson.
R. 9 June 176.
Est. of Mary Baker to James Anderson ex. to Saml. Wallace
guardian of Mary Baker Legacy. pd. John Hill legacy,
pd. Robert Baker legacy. legacy to James Anderson,
legacy to 3 of children of Jas. Anderson. by court
Order 17 Dec. 1763 act settled by Ab . Venable Jr. &
John Morton. R. 19 Dec. 1763.
Inv. of John Reed. Aprraisers Wm. Watson, Jas. McMachen,
John Hill. Ex. James Reid, James Ried Jr. d. 30 July
1763. R. 20 Feb. 1764.
Inv. of Samuel Reid. Appraisers: Wm . Watson, Jas. McMackin,
John Hill. d. 30 July 1763. R. 20 Feb. 1764.
Robert Walton's Orphan Act. 1762 \ Charles Hire 6 months.
h Philis Hire of Mother Hughes. 1763 \ Phillis & Davids
Hire. h Peters Hire. \ Jame-s Hire, by John Hughes for
rent. George Walton states above account true. d. 9 Jan.
1764. R. 18 June 1764.
John Morton orphan of Jos. Morton pd. sherriff of Halifax
for quitrents. D. 20 Aug. 1764. R. Aug. 1764.
To George Walton guardian for hire of Phillis, David,
Peter, Jammey, and Charles. R. 20 Aug. 1764.
Will of Thomas Bryand. Wife: Marthen. Sons: Robt. and
John. Dau. Molly, Marthen, Jean. Ex. Abraham Venable,
Charles Venable, Marthen Bryand. Wit. James Ewing Jr.,
Margaret Ewing. D. 13 Oct. 1764.
p. 69 Will of William Harrison. Wife Mary. Dau. Fanny Harrison.
Dau. Jane Harrison. Son Andrew Harrison negro Davy. Son
Christopher a negroe Joe. Son James a negroe girl Mill.
Son Benja. a negro Cambridge. Son Charles a negro Ceazer.
Son Abner a negro Isbell. Son William a negro George.
Ex. bro. Andrew Harrison & my wife Mary Harrison. Wit.
[ ] See , Josiah Pace, Charles Adams. d. 3 April 1764.
R. 18 March 1765.
P. 70 Inv. of William Harrison. Appr. James Calicot, Thos. Hudson,
Anthony Griffin. Ex. Mary Harrison. d. 31 Aug. 1765.
R. 15 Dec. 1766.
P. 71 Will of Michel Mc Dearmandro St. P. parish Pr . Edw. Co.
Wife-Katherine. dau. -Judith. sons -Brian, James, Dudley.
Ex. Richard Woodson, Richard Burks, Thomas Owen. Wit. John
Clark, Alexad. Womack, James Rutledge Jr. d. 30 Jan. 1765.
R. 20 May 1765.
P. 72 Inv. of Michal Mc Dearmonroe. Appr. Thomas Clark, James
Rutledge, [ ]. d. 8 June 1765. R. 19 Aug. 1765.
P. 73 Inv. of Thomas Bryan. Appr. Alexander Roberdson, Isaac
Roberdson, Saml . Southerland. Abra. Venable ex. R. 19 Aug.
P. 74 Sale Account of est. of Daniel Dejarnatt deed, by court order
of Jan. 1762. R. 20 May 1765.
P. 75 Appraisal of est. of Wm . Hutcheson by order of court d. April
1765. R. 15 July 1765.
P. 76 Inv. of est. of Christr. Roberson. Appr. John Popham, Thos.
Green, William Jackson. James Cole adm.
p. 76 Will of Mary Dejarnat St. P. Prince Edw. Son-in-law
Jacob McGehee. Ex. Son-in-law Jacob McGehee. Wit. Christ.
Ford, Jas. Garden. d. 24 April 1765. R. 19 Aug. 1765.
P. 77 Appraisal of est. of Mary Dejernatt. Appr. John Sutten Bowman,
Rial Bowman. Ex. Jacob Mackgehee. d. 14 Sept. 1765. R.
16 Sept. 1765.
P. 78 Will of Duglas Baker. to dau. Jean Baker a negro boy Jame .
to dau. Martha Baker a negro boy Rodger. wife Jane Baker.
Ex. wife Jane Baker. Wit. George Shilliday, Samuel Baker,
Andrew Baker. d. 16 Feb. 1765. R. 16 Sept. 1765.
79 Inv. of est of Douglas Baker. Appr. Wm. Watson, John Fulton
Joseph Cunningham. d . 25 Sept. 1765. R. 21 Oct! 1765.
79 Inv. of Hugh Rose
John Graham. Adm,
R. 21 Oct. 1765.
Appr. Richard Woodson, Theoderick Carter,
Duncan Rose, John Fisher. d. None.
P. 80 Will of Joseph Rice of Pr. Edw. Co. Son-in-law James Moor
100 acres. Son John Rice 100 acres adjoining James Moor.
Son William Rice 100 acres. Son Charles Rice the remainder
of my land I now live on. Son David Rice 135 acres .Son Joseph Rice
135 acres. Dau. Mary Rice. Wife Rachel Rice. Ex. Rachel Rice, David
Rice, John Watkins Wit. John Watkms, Willm. Womack, Charles
Rice. d. 14 Dec. 1765. R. 16 June 1766.
P. 82 Appraisal of est. of Geo. Stewart. Appr. Robt. Atkins, John
Crenshaw, Henry Ligon. Adm. Richd. Thomason. d. 19 June
i/66. R. 21 July 1766.
P. 83 Sale of est. of George Stewart. Adm. Richd. Thomason.
d. 31 July 1766. R. 15 [ ] 1766.
P. 84 Will of Hugh Richey of Pr. Edw. Co. Wife-Christiana a negro
Harry. brother Charles' son Hugh Richey. brother Alexander's
sons John, James, Samuel. Nephew Saml. Richey son to brother
Saml. Ex. wife Christiana and brother Charles. Wit. Jno.
'* ^^ nH^ °J ^^^^"^ Robertson in parish of St. P. Pr. Edw. Co.
Wife Ann one hundred acres, a negro man Watt. Son John
133 acres on James River in Manakin Town. Son Isaac 100
acres lying in Fork of Mill Ck. Son Elexander 100 acres
joining James Browning & Thomas Robison. If Elexander
his i "T °'^ '"' '^"' '' ^^^^^ '^^ ^i-i^^d between
his brothers Thomas & Zacharias. Son Thomas 100 acres
bordering Elexander Robison's -line and Randals. If
lsaac%far ""sTnT l^'"^' '"^n '^"' '° ''^' ^° ^^ grandson
isaac^Peak. Son Zacharias 100 being the remainder of
Appraisal of est. of Robert Rutledge. Appr. David Murray,
Marvil Stone, Obediah Wright. d. 1 Dec. 1766. R. 15
89 Inv. of Robt. Read. Appr. Wm . Watson, John Hill, Thos.
Graham. d. 10 [ ] 1766. R. 15 Dec. 1766.
p. 90 Inv. of Hugh Richie. Appr. Jno . Bigger, Ben. Wimbish, John
Ritchie. Ex. Chas. Ritchie. d . 21 Dec. 1766. R.
19 Jan. 1767.
P. 91 Appraisal of Est. of Isaac Robertson.
Ewing, Saml. Richardson, David Tyree.
d. none. R. 16 Feb. 1767.
Ex. Ann Robinson.
Appraisal of est. of Joseph Rice. Appr. Saml. Goode,
William Womack, Noel Waddell. d. 16 June 1766. R.
16 March 1767.
parish Pr . Edw. Co. Wife
Wit. Frs. Watkins, Agness
R. 16 Nov. 1767.
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ng a n
t , Eli
Oct . 1
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s. , W
n . o
f Pr. E
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en my s
u . Es te
Co . son Thomas
son John Bouldinj
es and Jacob.
s . If Thomas
of age the
Thos . , Will iam,
Wi t . Mary
d. 4 June 1767.
P. 98 Will of John Owen
natural life plan
and negro woman J
her mother's dece
man Sam . to dau .
girl Millea. to
mentioned) & negr
land in Pr . Edw.
243 acres & negro
a negro woman Pat
Brackett, and Jes
Davidson.. Ex. wi
of Pr. Edw. Co. wife Pheebe for
tation on Sandy River, negro man Landu
ud. to dau. Mary negro Jud after
ase and also plantation, and negro
Lidia Owen land on Sandy and negro
dau. Jemima Owen land (acreage not
o woman Sarah. to dau. Kesiah Owen
on branch of Sandy River containing
boy Sampson. to dau. Lucy Wooten
t. to sons John William, Thomas,
se, dau. Agness Clarke, dau. Sally
fe Phebe Owen, son Brackett Owen,
friend James Hamlett. Wit. Henry Dickenson, Arnold
Thomason, John Holloway. d. 24 Feb. 1764. R. 28 Aug.
DEATHS FROM THE BLANDFORD INTERMENT REGISTER
by L.H. Hart
The following deaths were noted in the register, but the interments
apparently were in other localities.
Stephen M. Jackson formerly of Petersburg, died in Mississippi, Jan. 8, 1847.
William T. Mason late of Petersburg, died in Baltimore, Feb. 15, 1847.
William T. Harwell died at Hicksford, March 8, 1847.
George K. Taylor died in Prince George, March 16, 1847.
Isaac N. Glidewell died in New Orleans, March 18, 1847.
Albert T. Goodwyn died in Greensville Co., Virginia, April 13, 1847.
Col. William C. Parker died in Southampton, August 26, 1847.
William H. Bowers died in Arkansas, August 31, 1847.
Daniel E. Allen died in Dinwiddle Co., Oct. 24, 1847.
Peyton Pollard died August 3(4), 1847 in New Orleans.
A.S. Naustedler died April 12, 1845, interred in Richmond.
Dr. Gary Wilkinson died May 6, 1845 at Holly Springs, Mississippi.
Benjamin Boisseau died July 29, 1845 interred in Dinwiddle Co., Virginia.
Mrs. Jordan Branch died Sept. 9, 1846, interred in Chesterfield;
William Weeks died in Williamsburg, Jan. 20, 1848.
Benjamin Butterworth died Oct. 16, 1848.
BLASENGAME. Mrs. Carol Buchanan (R.R. 1, Box 49 C, Waterloo, IL 62298) would
like to find parents of John Blasengame who married Dolly Sledge, 1797 Surry Co.,
Va Their son, Amos Blasengame married Mary Ann H. Frazier, dau. of William Epes
Frazier in Surry Co. 1828. Would like to correspond with persons searching Blasengames
of VA or SC.
WINFREY. Mrs. Carolyn S. Price (1907 Midway St., Montgomery, AL 36110) Mary
Easley Winfrey b. 3 Feb. 1801 VA, d. 5 Sept. 1868 Newton Co. GA; married 21 Jan.
1821 to John Bass b. 27 Aug. 1799 Nottoway Co.VA, d. 25 Aug. 1871 Newton Co. GA.
John Bass removed to GA 1817 with his mother. Family tradition says he went back
to VA to be married. Interested in parents, other siblings, and location of family
of Mary Easley Winfrey. How is Louisa F. Justin Nottoway Co. VA related to Mary
MOORE/CLEMENTS/COTTON. Isabel Lockard (32 Jamestotm Rd, Charleston, SC 29407)
Richard Moore d. 1841 Sussex Co. VA.Who were his parents? He married Rebecca S. CLEMENTS
who was b. ca. 1788. Her parents were James Clements and Lucretia COTTON. Seeking
additional information re. these families and will share.
ANDRERSON. Robert Burns Jr. (609 Broadway Ave., Jackson, MS 39216) seeks informati
on parents of George Thomas Anderson of Pendleton District , S.C. who are known
to have been born in VA. George was born about 1805 in SC and was married to Elizabeth
Pepper, dau. of John Pepper of Pendleton District. George's and Elizabeth's children
were Arthana, Ruth, John, Jesse, George, Nathaniel, Henry and Martha. George Thomas
Anderson and his family moved to Choctaw Co. MS about 1833 and he and his wife are
buried in pontotoc Co., MS.
WINN. Mary Holland Lancaster ( P.O.Box 2068, Florence, AL 35360) would like
to correspond with anyone researching the family of Jesse Durrett WINN, born 1752,
Albermarle Co. VA; John Albritton, Rev. sol. Born 1747, Newcastle, Hanover, VA;
Gilbert HAY, born 1690 Surry VA; John MOORE, Baptist minister, born 1717 Nansemond
LANIER/HILL. Mrs. Robert Aacock (P.O.Box 349, McGehee, Ark. 71654) Mary Lanier
(dau. of Benjamin)born 1814 Henry Co. VA married Robert S. Hill 1833, where? Couple
listed 1840 Sullivan Co. TN census, 1850 NcNairy Co. TN census. Need parents and
birthplace of Robert Hill.
JEAN. Maxine Carman (2400 S. Ocean C7314, Ft. Pierce, FL 33449-8029) In Warren
Co NC in 1769, "William Jean, Planter, Brunswick Co, Va.," deeded a parcel of land
"to William Hudson." Jean made his will in Stokes Co., NC Dec. 1803, naming wife
Huldah and children William, Jr. Phillip, John, Joseph, Becky Morris, Betty Bobbit,
Patty Pegram, Silvey Cummings, Nancy Williamson. Who were William and Huldah s
LLOYD/ EMERY( EMORY). Mrs. J.R.Patterson (104 E. Oxford St. Pontotoc, MS 38863)
needs information on John Lloyd, Sr., born London, England 1704, emigrated to Baltimor.
Md. 1726; married 1742 Prudence Emery(Emory) . They moved to vicinity of Winchester,
VA where he died 1781-2. Where in London did John Lloyd live? Who were his parents. Wh.
were Prudence Emery's parents? John Lloyd, Jr. married Sarah Stuart m VA and his
brother James married her sister Mary Stuard. Who were the Stuard girls parents.
WARD. Mary Jane Vaden (2638 Memorial Ave.,SW. Roanoke, VA 24015) seeking
parents of John WARD, SR. (ca. 1750-1827) who lived before, during and after Revolutionary
his son T^v"' A°\?-H ^''° -^— ted in his descendants other than those ,°'"'^°"^^^
his son, William A. Ward, my great grandfather. Had sons Zadock and Leonard who
Samuel EUetrLf ^.^^P^^^^ C^^^' ''' "'^ ^^^^^^^^' ^^^^^^^^ (^^^^3^) --i^^
bamuei hilett m Lunenburg Co. m 1837.
STONE. Imogene Sawvell Davis(Box 154, Grove, OK 74344) Uriah STONE
born ca. 1776, wife Polly (Mary) 7_. Need name of parents, brothers and
sisters and surname of Polly.
KNIGHT/THREEWITT. E.V.Knight (2737 Hillcrest Ave., Macon, GA 31204) seeking
ElL'ah^th l-T"i ^"'''' ""' '^' ""'"^^ ^^^'^ °f ^i^ ^- --- ^1-tha and '
Elizabeth. Richard Knight bought land in Surry Co.,VA 1732. The land on
the South Side of the Nottoway River on Hunting Quarter Swamp was cut off
into Sussex Co. m 1754. Richard Knight was in Halifax Co., NC by Aug. 1759
Where he died 1760-61. Children: Alice m. Edward Threewitt, ^EphraL mf Mary
Mi7^di?h IT \ / '"^^.^P^^^i'" di^d 1800 Halifax Co.,NC. Ephraim's children:
Meredith, Ephraim, Andrew, Abner, Stephen, Joseph, Charlotte Harriss.
HUBBARD. Dr. James M. Edwards(1941 Twin Falls Road, Decatur, GA 30032)
wants proof that Elizabeth Woodson, daughter of Benjamin, gggd of Dr. Robert
Woodson married Joseph Hubbard about 1795. Reward offered for positive proof.
(Woodson genealogy refers to marriage as to mr. Hubbard only.)
(T^n ^^^^^'«.ff " MilesdOlO Via Amorosa, Arnold, MD 21012) when Henry Miles
(Born ca. 1831) wed Mary Holloman in Southampton Co.VA in 1857, he listed
Thomas and Sophia Miles as his parents. Any infomation would be greatly
appreciated. Postage refunded.
Fl 32^™/^^«ySL0™T(BLUNT). N. C. Slade, Jr. (4290 Great Oaks Lane, Jacksonville,
Fl 32207) interested m John Smith of Dinwiddle Co. who was father of George
Smith who was graduated MD, Univ. of Pa. c.l820. and the Irby family and The
Blount(Blunt) line descending from Richard Blunt/Mary Flood.
RAWLS. Ronald R. Rawls (10-A Heisz St., Edwardsville, PA 18704) would
like any data on RAWLS surname and var. for future genealogy. Will exchange.
GLENN,MOSS. Jane Nixon (517 W. 6th St., Lancaster, TX 75146) seeking
info and correspondence on Simeon GLENN who mar. Nancy MOSS 1803 Louisa Co
VA sur. Thos. Glenn gdn. Wm. Johnson wit. Sarah Johnson. Is he the Simeon
'^°/°^!;^,^^^"" ^"^ Mary(Thomas) bap. 1782 St. James, Northern Par. Gooch.
i>o. ; Will exchange.
FOSTER. Barbara Longwell(2509 Jonquil Lane, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701)
seeks name of wife of Richard Foster who lived in Granville Co. NC in 1774
John ^^'".'''''"tk'^"'''' '" ^^'' '"^^^"^ ^°"^ ^^^^^ ^"^ ^^^^"'^^ ^^d grandson
John H. Foster. The son Ranson married in York Co. VA in 1772 Elizabeth Coman.
Also seek her parentage.
VA 23?08(°"'^''H''''^'f • """• '""^"^" '• """"^^^ ^^224 N. Fairwater Dr., Norfolk,
VA 23508) needs information on any Old/Ould family members buried in cemeteries
ot Petersburg VA area. Also searching for graves of Rev. Edward P. Wilson
(dl895) & Robert B. Wilson both related to the Old/Ould family.
GRAY. Jane Gray Buchanan(114 Berwick Dr., Oak Ridge, TN 37830) seeking
ancestors and descendents of Alexander GRAY(d.ca. 1791) who married Elizabeth
FITZHUGH (d. 1823); they were living in Halifax Co., VA by 1761; had children:
James; John, who married Annie PRICE, dau. of John PRICE of Halifax Co.;
Alexander II; Robert; George ivrho m. Farnie BROOKS; Elizabeth who m. Cumbo;
Mary (Polly) who m. Anthony STREET (1803) Caswell Co.,NC and Sally. Will
ALEXANDER. Mrs. Charles C. Alexander (903 Myers Ave. , Columbia, TN 38401)
need information on DANIEL ALEXANDER, born ca, 1764 in VA, possibly in the
Henry Co. area, was in 1790 census of Rockingham Co., NC, and by 1800 in
Pendleton District, SC, where he died in 1850. His wife was MARY ,
born about the same time in VA. Children were named William, Emilia, Margaret
(Peggy), Sarah, Micajah, and Letitia (Letty). Believe they were related to
the GROGAN family of Henry Co.
BURTON/HARRISON/ DAMERON/ HEREFORD /OLDHAM. Peter Wilson (404 E. Green, Urbana,
II 61801) Mary (Harrison?) Burton, widow of A. Robert Burton, m. Joseph Dameron
1792 in Caswell Co. NC. Children by Mr. Burton: Jane, Sally, Polly, Noel,
Andrew and Lucy, whose guardian was Andrew Harrison rather than her stepfather,
Joseph Dameron, suggesting that she was oldest. What became of this Lucy?
Did she marry John Martin (1796)? So many Burton cousins migrated to Madison
Co. KY and used the same names that they are hard to identify.
NOEL. S.B.Harris(Rte. 4, Box 341, Gretna, VA 24557) James A. NOEL,
b. c 1798 in Charlotee Co. VA md. Susan Y. Gilliland on 27 Dec. 1819 in Prince
Edward Co. VA. Susan was dau. of Wm. Gilliland according to her marriage
record. Was this the same Wm. Gilliland who married Nancy Johnson on 26 Sept.
1792 in Prince Edward Co.? Nancy was dau. of Philip Johnson, wife unknown.
Would like to know parents for any of these, especially James A. Noel. Would
like to correspond with anyone working on these lines :Noel, Gilliland, Johnson.
CHATHAM- CHEATHAM. Sargent W. Braden(4309 Hazelton, Houston, TX 77035)
need information on the Chatham-Cheatham family that lived in Dinwiddie or
Prince George Co. Va.ca 1727-1792. Were members of Bristol Parish.
CULLAM/ JOHNSON. Carol T. York(41 Four Winds Dr., Middletown,NJ 07748)
seeking information on Thomas Cullam(died 1797, Sussex Co.,VA) and wife Elizabeth
Johnson. Children: William (b. 1739; d. 1822 in Halifax Co.,NC), Elizabeth
(b. 1742), Frederick(b. 1744), Anne (b. 1747), Thomas (b. 1750), Nicholas
(b. 1752), Anslem (b. 1758; to SC?). Would like to correspond with any Cullam
WILLIAMSON/COLLIER. Mrs. Gary mcConnaughey(P.O.Box 188, Amelia, VA
23002) seeks parentage or other information on Sallie Williamson who married
(Capt.) Nathaniel Collier in Brunswick Co., VA on Sept. 17,1802. She was
mother of Nathaniel and Robert Ruffin Collier. Was she from SC?
HARPER. Mrs. L. S. 0rrick(3629 Wedgway, Fort Worth, TX 76133) seeking
descendants of George W. Harper, born VA 1797, married Susanna irtansel, born
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FROM THE EDITORS/BOOK REVIEWS
ORPHAN'S RECORDS, DINWIDDIE COUNTY, 1789-1791
AN EARLY BRUNSWICK IMPORTATION
PETITIONS TO BRING SLAVES INTO VIRGINIA
WILL OF STEPHEN DEWEY OF DINWIDDIE COUNTY
POWHATAN COUNTY TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS
JOHN MURPHREY, REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY
BRUNSWICK COUNTY CHANCERY SUIT FOR DOWER, 1787
POWHATAN COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY, 1784-1818
LUNENBURG COUNTY MILITIA FINES, 1805 AND 1819
HOBSON VS HENDRICKS, 1819
PRINCE EDWARD WILL BOOK 1754-1784
HALIFAX COUNTY REVOLUTIONARY WAR CLAIMS
Lyndon H. Hart, J. Christian Kolbe, editors
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Records of Estates Halifax County, North Caro lina, Vol. 11
by David B. Gammon. Mr. Gannon has compiled another interesting and Useful
genealogical tool for those researching in the Roanoke River area and nearby
Virginia and North Carolina counties. This book abstracts the available
estate record books of Halifax County for 1765-1835. Lists of heirs or
distributees are given when available. Dower allottments and estate administrations
are recorded. There is a complete name index. This excellent work compliments
his previous volume (see review The Southside Virginian , Vol. Ill, No. 1,
p. 2) and together they give the researcher a thorough abstract of extant
Halifax County estate records.
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To order: send $14.00 + $1.25 postage and handling (NC orders
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ORPHAN'S RECORDS, DINWIDDIE COUNTY, 1789-1791
The following are abstracted from the Dinwiddle County Order
Book 1789 - 1791. References to guardian accounts and appointments
and to children bound out are included.
The format used includes the page reference, court
date, and the orphan's name, parent's name, and guardian's name.
Abbreviations used include: orph . -orphan, gdn . -guardian,
OP - Overseers of the Poor, apptd.- appointed, AC - account.
P. 1. Jan. Court 1789 _Barrett, orph of Thomas chose Daniel
P. 2. Jan. Court 1789 Edward Young, orph of Edward chose
Baker Pegram gdn;
P. 2. Jan. Court 1789 Ruth Grigg apptd gdn to Williamson,
Charles, Jane, Mary Grigg, orph of Wm.;
P. 2. Jan. Court 1789 Thomas Parham orph of Ephraim chose
Edward Pegram gdn
P. 3. Jan. Court 1789 OP bind out Thomas Elliott
P. 4. Feb. Court 1789 OP bind out Littleton Mitchell, Grief
Vaughan, Edward Evans, Jane Adams, Routon Chatling, and
Sydnor, orph of Joseph
P. 4. John Smith apptd gdn to William Moore, orph of Wm .
P. 5. Feb. Court 1789 Jane Cardwell, orph of Thomas chose
Henry Thweatt gdn; Henry Thweatt apptd gdn to Elizabeth
Cardwell, orph of Thos.;
P. 5. OP bind out Edward, Mary, John, Martha, Joel Perkins,
orph of Edmund.
P. 9. Mar. Court 1789 Henry, Thomas Cardwell, orphs of
Thomas chose Henry Thweatt gdn;
P. 9. OP bind out Thomas Cardwell, orph of Thomas
P. 29. May Court 1789 Elizabeth Burwell, orph of John, Gent,
chose Robert Walker, Gent, gdn;
p. 29. OP bind out Susanna, Claiborne Cross children of Elizabeth
Cross; OP bind out Devereux Inge orph of Charge (I)
P. 32. Quarter Sessions Edward Perkins, orph of Edward
chose William Eppes gdn
P. 37. (May 19,1789) Fisher Lanier gdn to Ann Morris Wainwright
to render account of orphan's est.
P. 47. June Court 1789 OP bind out John Seymore, Jeremiah
Walker and Thomas Walker orph and bastard children
June Court 1789 OP bind out Stephen Waldane
P. 50. June Court 1789 OP bind out Drury Proctor orph
P. 54. July Court 1789 OP release Jermiah Walker from app rentishi p
to George Timmons and bind him to William Browder
P. 55. July Court 1789 OP bind out Anna Waldane orph of Patty
P. 87. Aug. 20 1789 Gray Briggs Gent. apptd gdn to Berryman
Jones Hill, Richard, Thomas, Sarah, Hannah, Polly Hill
orph of Richard
P. 116. Sept. Court 1789 Elisha Fitts charged with being
father of a bastard ch of Sandall Keys
P. 118. Oct. Court 1789 William Minetree, orph of William
chose Archibald Minetree gdn
P. 119. Oct. Court 1789 Stephen Williamson apptd gdn to Robert
and Daniel Elder, orph of Edmund
P. 119. Oct. Court 1789 William Meredith gdn to Nancy Meredith
orph returned Gdn AC
P. 119. Oct. Court 1789 Joel Pennington gdn to Benjamin
Tucker, orph of Benj . returned Gdn AC
P. 119. Oct. Court 1789 OP bind out Elizabeth Carter, orph
of Will iam
P. 120. Oct. Court 1789 David Meanley, orph of Abner chose
Baker Pegram gdn
P. 124. Nov. Court 1789 Martha and Mary Fowler orph of Joseph
chose William Spain gdn
P. 124. Nov. Court 1789 OP bind out Robert and Daniel Elder,
orph of Edmund
P. 140. Nov. Court 1789 Wm . Kirby apptd gdn to Sally Fowler,
orph of Joseph
P. 156. Dec. Court 1789 Jesse Caudle, orph of DSvid chose
his brother Joseph Caudle gdn
P. 156. Dec. Court 1789 James Cook, orph of James chose
Nathaniel Nance gdn
P. 156. Dec. Court 1789 Isham Eppes Dabney, orph of William
chose John Pegram gdn
P. 156. Dec. Court 1789 Thomas Chappell apptd gdn to Mary
Briggs Fowler, orph of Joseph
P. 157. Dec. Court 1789 William Chappell apptd. gdn to Willey
Fowler, orph of Joseph
P. 158. Jan. Court 1790 OP bind out Stephen Munn child of
P. 158. Jan. Court 1790 George Pegram Jr. apptd gdn to Mary
Barrett, orph of Thomas
P. 163. Feb. Court 1790 Benjamin Perkins gdn to Lucretia
Wynne, orph of Sloman returned gdn AC
P. 163. Feb. Court 1790 Edward Pegram Jr. gdn to Thomas
and Joanna Parham orph of Epharim Parham.
P. 163. Feb. Court 1790 OP bind out James and Samuel
Brown, orph of William
P. 163. Feb. Court 1790 OP bind out Ann Morgan orph
P. 203. Apr. Court 1790 OP bind out Patty and Honor Branton,
orph of James
P. 203. May Court 1790 Ludwell Worsham gdn to Elizabeth,
Mary, and Lucy Jones Worsham, orph of Lewelling returned
P. 236. June Court 1790 OP bind out Richard Stewart
P. 236. June Court 1790 Benjamin Tucker, orph of Benjamin
chose John Jones, Gent, gdn
P. 238. July Court 1790 OP bind out Hannah Jump(l)er, dau.
of Phillis Jumper
p. 243. Aug. Court 1790 John Vaughan is reputed father of Claiborne
Vaughan dec. who was surgeons mate to the First Regt.
of Dragoons . i
P. 250. Sept. Court 1790 Joseph Turner Jr. gdn to Elizabeth \
and Patty Hall Mines, orph of Charles returned gdn
P. 250. Sept Court 1790 Joseph Turner gdn to Francis Markham
Hardaway, orph of Ainsworth returned gdn AC
P. 254. Oct. Court 1790 David Meanly, orph of Abner chose
Boswell Goodwyn Jr. gdn
P. 257. Nov. Court 1790 Nancy Clarke, orph of William
chose Abraham North gdn
P. 286. Dec. Court 1790 Anne Thweatt chose Baker Pegram
P. 286. Dec. Court 1790 Susan Thweatt chose Thomas Manson
P. 286. Dec. Court 1790 Thomas Manson apptd gdn to Mary Thweatt,
Burwell Green Thweatt, John Manson Thweatt, infants.
P. 288. Dec. Court 1790 Edward Pegram gdn of Thomas and Joanna
Parham returned gdn AC
P. 290. Jan. Court 1791 David Boisseau, orph of James chose
Benjamin Boisseau gdn
P. 291. Jan. Court 1791 William Meanly gdn of David and Turner
Meanly, orph of Abner returned gdn AC
AN EARLY BRUNSWICK IMPORTATION
by L.H. Hart
This item was abstracted from Brunswick County Order Book 3. It is
located on page 27 and was recorded at a court held April 3, 1745.
It is unusually informative as it includes relationships.
It is certified that John Blackwellder imported himself and his two
sons: John and Caleb; his two daughters: Elizabeth and Margaret; and
his sister: Catherine Blackwellder from the Marquiset of Durloch in
Germany into Pennsylvania and thence into Virginia.
PETITIONS TO BRING SLAVES INTO VIRGINIA
by J.C. Kolbe
During it session of 1806, the General Assembly passed
an act which prohibited slaves from being brought into Virginia.
In it session of 1811, the General Assembly ammend the
previous act and allowed citizens of Virginia to bring slaves
into the state which they had obtained by marri<ige or descent.
Sixty days after their coming to Virginia, the owner was
required to register his slaves with the clerk of court.
The following petitions are from the collection of county
petitions at the Virginia State Library. The petitions
which follow were from slave owners who had unknowingly
violated the state laws on bringing slaves into Va. These
petitions reveal genealogical connections between Virginia
and other Southern states.
GREENSVILLE CO. VA. 1818
Petition of Henry Dupree:
That a relative Michael Warren died last year in North Carolina
possessed of a number of slaves whom he devised to be sold,
the petitioner purchased the followng slaves: Daniel, Jack,
Sam, David, Lydia, Aggy, Lettice, and Rebecca and has since
brought them into the commonwealth. Michael Warren had
removed to N.C. from Southamption Co. VA. where he had resided •
for 60 ys. That the said testators place of residence in
N.C. was not more than 3 miles from your petitioners in
MECKLENBURG CO. VA. DEC. 18,1810
Petition of John Crenshaw
that your petitioner in the Fall of 1809 visited his father
Robert Crenshaw living in South Carolina. His father loaned
him a slave Moses during his father's natural life.
HALIFAX CO. VA. 1808
Petition of Robert Jones
That your petitioner is dau. Patsey Wade Jones about llys.
had latel}^ been given a present of a Negro girl Naney b}^
her uncle Thomas H. Butler of Person Co. N.C.
HALIFAX CO. VA. 1809
Petition of John Wilson
John Wilson guardian of Wm . W. Elam showeth that the father
of Wm • W. Elam was a resident of Mecklenburg Co. Va. and
sold his land and removed to Caswell Co. N.C. and there
died. Your petitioner went to N.C. and got Wm . W. Elam,
his mother and two sisters and supports them at his own
expense. By the will of his father Wm . W. Elam inherited
a women slave and six children. That your petitioner may
bring the six slaves to his own house in Halifax Co. Your
petitioner also supports Nancy Elam and asks to bring one
small servant boy into Va.
HALIFAX CO. VA. 1809
Petition of Edwin Clark
That Edwin Clark in the earl}' part of Feb. 1807 married
a Miss Polley Moore of Northampton Co. N.C., living near
the Va. line possessed of an estate of slaves.
HALIFAX CO. VA. 1811
Petition of James Sneed
That your petitioner sometime in ^ril 1809 emigrated from
the town of Wi 1 1 i amsbor ough in Granville Co. N.C. into Halifax
Co. Va . where he has remained in the performance of his
duties as a physician. That after your petitioner became
a resident of Halifax, his father Stephen Sneed of Wmsboro,
N.C. made a gift of sundry negro slaves: Ned, Anthony, Nero,
Nelson, Jacob, Peter, Hannah, and Sarah.
HENRY CO. VA. 1809
Petition of William Draper
Whereas Solloman Draper of Pearson Co. N.C. by his will
bequeathed 2 negro men to your petitioner.
HENRY CO. VA. 1809
Petiton of John A. Verdel
That in Oct. 1808 your petitioner hired one of his slaves
to David Cook who shortly after removed to Surry Co. N.C.
and the term of his hire being expired in February last
removed the negro into this state.
HENRY CO. VA. 1812
Petiton of James Patterson
That your petitioner's father died about 12 months past
in S.C. possessed of sundry slaves, upon making a division,
a young negroe man named Joe about twenty or twenty one
years was alloted to your petitioner.
HENRY CO. VA. 1816
Petition of Benjamin Jones
Your petitioner had a son moved S.C. and when he came
to see us brought a negro girl with him. After awhile the son
went to the western country.
WILL OF STEPHEN DEWEY OF DINWIDDLE COUNTY
by Susan B. Sheppard
The following is a transcription of a will and supporting
documents found in Brunswick County Judgements 1784 A-B, Box
67. It is styled Brodnax vs Hartwell. Printed with the kind
permission of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
In the name of God Amen I Stephen Dewey of the County of Dinwiddie
in the Colony of Virg being of sound mind & memory praised
be almighty God for the same and being minded and disposed
to settle my Estate and appoint how and in what manner the
same shall pass and go after my decease do make this my last
Will and Test"ament in manner and form following.
Imprimis I give my Soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping
for pardon & remission of my Sins thro' the merits and Intercession
of my blessed Saviour and redeemer and my Body to the Earth
to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter
Item I will and desire that all my just Debts be paid and
satisfied and after the same shall be so done I give Sc devise
all and every part of my Estate as well real as personal within
the said Colony of Virga. as also within the province of North
Carolina to be equally divided amongst my two Friends William
Brodnax & Thomas Hall to them and their Heirs forever except
as is hereafter excepted that is to say, I Give and Devise
to my God Son Stephen Edward Brodnax One hundred pounds Current
Item I give to Elizabeth Brodnax Daughter of William Brodnax
my negro boy Peter the Son of my negro Wench lately deceased
And lastly I do appoint my said Friends William Brodnax and
Thomas Hall Executors of this my last will & Testament desiring
they may not be obliged to give any Security of or concerning
the same, as witness my hand & Seal this 10th day of June 1762,
being all of my own handwriting.
At a Court held for Dinwiddie County Monday May 21st 1770
This will was presented in Court and there being no Witnesses
thereto Neil Buchanan Senr. George Smith junr. & William Hamlin
being severally sworn each declare that they verily believe
that the said Will & the Name subscribed thereto are of the
proper hand writing of the said Stephen Dewey being well acquainted
with his Handwriting It is thereupon Ordered that the same
be recorded as and or his last will & Testament
Geo. Nicholas C[erk] D[inwiddie] C[ourt]
Thos. Ruffin C[lerk] D[inwiddie] C[ourt]
Brunswick [ ]
Mary Brewer being first sworn, say's a bout five years ago
last Christmas; she wase agoing to aMiley [Amelia] County and
Cauled on Mrs. Anne Brodnax for quarters & after being there some
Time Mrs. Brodnax asked her who she wase, & her Daughter Mrs.
Evens answer'd her Mother, she wase an old aquaintance A Daughter
of Mrs. Rottenbury, and That theay bouth had Bin worth a Prittey
living but wase none the better for it now, Mrs. Broadax Then
answer'd not to mind it, for she had Twelve or Thirteen negros
tht wase her own Property, given To her before she wase Maryed
by her granfarther or Her granmother, this Depoant [Deponant]
is not shure which; including Her self, with giving a Part of
the Sd. Slaves; naming Maney of them or the whole as §&¥-ets well
as this Depoant Remembers; Towit; Pat, Annakiy[?], Florar, Cloe,
Peter, & naney. This Depoant says she thinks Mrs. Brodnax said
Mr. Evens wase then in Jail [?] below & Told her Daughter not
to mind it or be Trobled at it, for she must shift a mong them;
& Told of her own Slaves, &c. And further this Depoant Sayeth
not; Sertified This 13th Day April 1775
Brunswick [ ? ] Anne [?] Brodnax being Present &c . [?]
Mary Ledbetter being first sworn, says That a Bout Seven
years a go She wase at Mrs. William Evens, and That She heard
Mrs. Evens say that her Grandfarther Gave Her a negro boy Peter,
& a negro Girl Floro, and Som Time after; She the Depoant wase
at Mrs. Evens ' s again, at which Time Her Grandfarther Mr. Dewey
wase there and the Girl Floro Came in and the Depoant said To
Mrs. Evens that She had better Put Sumthing on The Sd. Girl Floro
as She apeard almost naked but Mrs. Evens Shook her head & fround
(-) and further This Depoant Sayeth not, Sertified this 2 Day
Will. Thom[so]n [?]
Joel Night, being of Lawful age sayeth that twenty odd years ago
he was Overseer for Capt. Wm. Brodnax in Dinwiddle and he happened
in Company with Mrs. Dewey and she told him to take notice
that she intended anegroe girl named Florore for her Doughter
Ann Brodnax to be kept for the only use of Said Mrs. Brodnax
so long as they might both Live and in case the sd. girl should
live to have any increas that it was to be divided between
the four daughters of Sd. A Brodnax, say Eliza., Rebea., Ann,
& Martha Brodnax the first Child to Eliza, the second to Reba.
& so on untill they got one apeice if she had as many, and
if she had more then one apeice they ware to be propotioned
between the said four girls, and then it should be in the power
of the sd. Ann Brodnax to give her the sd. wench to which of
her Children She might please, and this Dept. further sayeth
that after the death of Mrs. Dewey, Capt. Brodnax sent him
to Mr. Deweys for Some things that he had there and when he
was coming of Mr. Dewey called him & delivered the sd. negroe
girl to him, and said that it was the request of his wife on
her deathbed that Mrs. A. Brodnax should have her & then repeeted
the turms she was given on which was Verbatum as Mrs. Dewey
had told him before 5i the sd. Mr Dewey Delevered him anegroe
boy Named feter also. & told him to deliver him to Miss Eleza.
Brodnax for that was the request of his wife also.
Joel (x) Night
Sworn to before
Henry Brodnax sayith that the sd. Ann Brodnax Had many times
told him the turmes that the Above named Florore was given
to her on, & that it answer'd exectly With the Above Diposion
of Joel Nights and ferther Sayith the sd. Ann Brodnax got him
to forbid any person purchesing of the sd. Wench when she was
sold by the sheriff which He the sd. Henry Brodnax did and
ferther sayith that He nor his Farther Never Offered that wench
for sale among Mr. Evans. (-) Negroes as she was only [ ].
Sworn to before
June 24 17[81?]
POWHATAN COUNTY, VIRGINIA TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS
submitted by Benjamin B. Weisiger
These inscriptions were sent to me several years ago by the
late Beasley Hancock of Powhatan. They had been copied b}^ Raymond
Boelt, also of Powhatan, over an unknown period of time.
HAGUE GRAVEYARD - near Macon, Va .
Etta G. Hague 1868-1914 L.G. Hague 1861-1913
Louise Hague 1837-1923 R.F. Hague 1832-1896
Bernard M. Hague,, Jr. 1910-1968
Burlie K. Hague (Mother) 1877-1923
Wm. D. Hague (Father) 1870-1943
Susan Jane Stratton 1834-1918
M T. CARMEL CEMETERY - Smiths Cross Road
Benj . Moody 1775-1841
Augusta G. Royal, beloved wife of J.W. Royal, 1849, 55 years old
George W. Flournoy 1800-1841
George Wythe, son of Dr. G.W. & J.H.Tinsley 1845-1853
Peter Tinsley 1810-1852
John Hyde Saunders 1784-1861
Geo. Silas Bryant 1850-1858
Mary W. Smith 1818-1894
Josiah S. Smith 1808-1900
A t Meadville , the Mayo place, formerly Harrison's
E.L. Murphy 1865-1910
D ENOON CEMETERY - Macon District
Ella Denoon Caine, wife of Geo. B. Caine 1870-1865
Charles E. Denoon 1866-1929
Eva L. Denoon 1866-1928
Bernice L. Denoon 1899-1962
James Denoon 1887-1961
Esten S. Denoon 1853-1934
CE METER Y A T " ELIOCH" - Route 711
William Finney, died Nov. 1836, age 47 years
Anthony Martain 1737-1805
Edward Taylor, a negro slave, died 1873, age 60 years
"Well Done, Thou Good and Faithful Servant"
HO BSON CEMETE RY - south side of Route 606
Willis Wilson Hobson 1826-1917
Arabella Gilliam Hobson 1828-1882
Betty Lewis Hobson 1833-1895
GR AVES AT "KESWICK"- Route 711
Rosabelle Burfoot, wife of Thomas Howard 1825-1847
Died of Pulmonary consumption
Major John Clarke 1766-1844
MA XEY CEMETER Y - on road to Jefferson Landing
James H. Maxey 1855-1922
A.J. Maxey 1819-1884
Sarah Maxey 1822-1851
Sylvanus Maxey 1847-1865
I. G. Maxey 1827-1901
CE METERY AT MOSELEY PLACE
Rev. John Wooldridge 1771-1859
Martha, wife of Rev. John Wooldridge, died 1831, age 53
Carion Hughes, 2nd wife of Rev. Wooldridge, 1784-1840
CEMETERY AT "MICHAUX GRANT ' '
Joseph Michaux, killed April 6, 1865, 20 years old
Sallie Walthall, daughter of Robt. and Kate J. Dunn
Jacob Michaux 1803-1868
Mother- Fannie A. Michaux, died 1890
Richard H. Ludlam 1848-1908
William Walthall Michaux 1864-1944
Byrd Sublett Michaux 1869-1962
Frank E. Michaux 1888-1890
Miller W. Michaux 1892-1961
Marion Michaux Ward 1859-1885
Page D. Michaux 1901-1919
Frances Howell Michaux 1899-1918
W.R. Michaux 1889-1911
GRAVEYARD ON ALBERT MAYS FARM
Anthony Dibrell Sledd 1858-1923
Samuel Hobson Sledd 1897-1914
Ella Royal Sledd 1858-1920
Lucy E. Winfree, died 184 , 25 years old
AT "MONTPELIER", home of Dr. R.W.Bradley
Charles W. Dabney 1851-1854
Lucy Ann, wife of Robt. K. Dabney 1795-1851
CEMETERY ON L .E. WILLIS PLACE
Capt. Thomas Miller, died 1845, age 65 years
Betty Gaines, widow of Harry Gaines died 1837, 86 years old
"MILL QUARTER PLANTATION" -F.W.B. Bohlen Place
Hilary Harris 1802-1874
Fanny Martin, daughter of Hilary and Phoebe Harris, 1852-1876
Sarah D. Harris 1844-1864
In Memory of Lavinia, wife of Daniel Hatcher, died 1863, age 26
Joseph H. Harris 1833-died in New Providence, Tenn 1858
Capt. Hilary Valentine Harris, C.S.A., Born 1839, Died in Action
Sailors Creek, April 6, 1865
Little Vin, daughter of Abner & Flora Harris July 1, 1866
Age 6 months
Susan D. Tucker 1831-1898
Mrs. S.B. Stratton, died 1931
Richard Swann 1832-1897
Richard Thomas Swann 1860-1943
Lavella Courtney, dau. of C.W. & May Harvie Ligon 1888-1905
John D. Taylor, died 1892, 77 years old
Mary S. Taylor, died 1914, 89 years old
Mary Harvie, dau. of D.W. £i Susan Tucker, & wife of C.W. Ligon,
Sarvella Bernice, dau. of D.W. & Susan D. Tucker, 1893-1900
Lt. Samuel Watkins, Va. Militia, Revolutionary War
Nancy Bush 1804-1860
Calvin Marshall Fariss 1872-1918
R.J. Lambert, Co. I, 1st Va. Regt., C.S.A.
Daniel Wilson Tucker 1827-1904
John Swann 1793-1866
Cora Stratton Swann 1867-1943
Geo. W. Ligon 1850-1889
Bettie A., wife of G.W. Ligon 1857-1877
CEMETERY AT "SEVEN OAKS" - Clyde Bodie Schroder
Here lie our father Mathew Hobson and our little brother Charlie
Richard S. Hobson died 1857, age 7 yrs. 8 mos.
John S. Hobson 1819-1854
John Schroder died 1879
Col. Andrew Schroder, died 1904
James Allen, died 1917
Josepha Schroder died 1889
Otelia Schroder died 1884
HMS1_GR AVE YARD
Wm. Spears, his body removed to Bethel Church
Mary L., wife of Dr. Wm . B. Ward, dau. of T.B. & A.S.Dorsett
GR AVEYARD AT "MULBERRY HILL" , home of Wyatt s. Sanders
Mary Jane, wife of Geo. W. Sublett, dau. of John G. & H.A. Porter
James Sanders 1817-1900
Lucy Jane Sanders, wife of James Sanders, 1831-1912
Peter Sublett 1784-1851
Martha A. Ellett 1812-1872
Annie P. Sublett 1790-1876
G RAVEYARD ON ROUTE 615 west of Fariss to Route 621
Samuel E. Stratton 1824-1909 Wife - Sarah Stratton 1832-1881
DI5_ PLACED STONE ON STAHL PLACE
Memory of James Freeland 1806-1808
BE HIND SN EAD 'dANDRIDGE ' S HOME ON ROUTE 60 , about 1 mile
Isham Stegar Mar. 29, 1778 - June 1845
SID DONS graveyard , on Middle Road 1 mile west of Alice Fariss's
Edward D. Fariss 1861-1937
Mary Fariss Siddons 1835-1912
Edward H. Fariss, killed at Fredericksburg 1862, C.S.A.
SCOTT CEMETERY , POWHATAN COURT HOUSE
Thomas James Scott 1811-1840, erected by his brother Wm . C. Scott
GR AVEYARD AT OLD TURPIN PLACE on Three Bridge Road
Memory of Sally, wife of Dr. Thomas J. Turpin, and only dau. of
John H. £< Martha J. Eustace of Richmond, Va. 1826-1855
Memory of Martha Virginia Turpin 1829-1851, this slab placed
over her remains by her bereaved Father & Mother Wm . A. & R.B. Turpin
Rebecca, aged 10 years & Lizzie, aged 2 mos., children of
Dr. T.J. & M.A. Turpin, sent to Heaven Jan. 1, 1873
GR AVEYARD AT BIG OAK FARM , across from Huguenot Academy
Memory of Moss Bentley, 1846, age 40 years. Erected by Cynthia, his
widow and Maj . James R. Kent of Pulaski Co., his father in law
JOHN MURPHREY, REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY
The following is an abstract from Isle of Wight County
Order Book 1830-34, p. 297. It was recorded at court held
September 2, 1833.
Dep. of Michael Murphrey D. Sept 2 1833
John Murphrey of IW enlisted in US service in or abt. 1777
and went North in the 15 VA Rgt . commanded by Col. David Mason,
served 3 yrs. returned to IW and in abt. 2 mo. reenlisted;
marched under command of Col. Burfoot continued to the end of
the war returning home in 1782 or 3. He died about 1803 leaving
an only child a son Pleasant Murphrey. Said Pleasant Murphrey
died in Portsmouth in 1813 while serving a tour of duty as
a volunteer in a volunteer co. of light infantry commanded
by Capt. Henry Wills. The heirs to Pleasant Murphrey only
heir to John Murphrey are: Wm . Murphrey son of Evans who was
full brother to John. Patsey Miniard (formerly Murphrey), Michael,
and Thomas Murphrey, Mary Murray (formerly Murphrey) and William
Joseph and James Mitchell Murphrey sons of Wm . Murphrey who
are the children and grandchildren of George who was full brother
to John; William Murphrey, Catharine Fluhart (formerly Murphrey),
John Murphrey, Hester Mitchil (formerly Murphrey) and John
Howell, Lucy Howell, and Foster Howell children of Elizabeth
Howell (formerly Murphrey) child of Henry Murphrey who was
another full brother to sd. John; Mary Jones (formerly Murphrey)
a full sister to said John; Charles and John Murphrey 'sons
of Charles Murphrey a full brother to said John. Nancy Richards
(formerly Murphrey) Sarah Powell (formerly Murphrey), Archibald
Murphrey Patsey Murphrey William Murphrey, John & Nancy Hampton
children of Nancy Hampton (formerly Murphrey) children & grandchildren
of Dempsey Murphrey bro. of sd. John; Eliza Hall (formerly
Murphrey) dau. of Jesse Murphrey bro. of sd. John.; Sarah Saunders
(formerly Murphrey) \ sister of sd. John; Ann Stroud (formerly
Murphrey) \ sister of sd. John. Eliza Ann & Josiah Murphrey
children of William \ brother of sd. John. Deponent is aged
abt . 7 A years .
BRUNSWICK COUNTY CHANCERY SUIT FOR DOWER, 1787.
contributed by Susan B. Sheppard
abstracted by L. H. Hart
This suit was found among the loose judgments of Brunswick County.
Its significance lies in the number of married daughters included in the
suit and in the notation at the bottom of the document listing the
residence of some of the parties in the suit. It is printed with the
kind permission of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Brunswick County.
Elizabeth Lester, widow of Andrew Lester, deed. Compt.
Thos. Lester admr. and son of the said Andrew, John Lester,
Andw. Lester, Francis Lester, Whitehead Lester, David Vaughan
and Hannah his wife, John Wilson and Eliza, his wife, Thos.
Wilkes and Mary his wife, Isaac Medley and Sarah his wife,
Glaynus Wynne and Rebecca his wife, Martha and Rachel Lester
children of the said Andrew by the said Thomas their next
This cause was heard at Novr. Ct. 1787 and by the consent
of all parties, the dower of the complt. in the lands and
slaves of the said Andrew Lester was ordered to be laid off
and assigned to her by Christopher Haskins, John Haskins, Wm.
Walker and George Trotter or any three of them.
Andrew S. Carolina
Franc is Do .
David Vaughan not known
Thos. Wilkes S. Caro.
Glaynus Wynne Do.
POWHATAN COUNTY POWERS OF ATTORNEY 1784-1818
(Deed Books 1-6, Deeds & Wills 0)
by L. H. Hart
An important source for documenting migration is the power
of attorney, recorded in county deed books. This instrument
usually shows where a person has moved and gives some clue
to his connection with the county in which the power of attorney
is recorded. Often, two or three generations are mentioned
within one instrument.
The Index to Deeds. for Powhatan County has been examined,
and those powers of attorney which contain genealogical information
or evidence of migration have been abstracted.
Standard state abbreviations are used as well as the following;
DB-Deed Book; p-page; P-Powhatan County; Co. -County; Bro . -Brother ;
Sis. -Sister; Gr-Grand; PoA-Power of Attorney; Att . -At t es t ed
at (locat ion) .
DB 0, p. 10. Robert Mayo of City of Richmond intending to
leave VA shortly, PoA to friend Joseph Mayo of P to act in
my name, etc. and to sell my land in Amherst Co.
D. May 3 1810
R. May 7 1810
Witn. Thomas Lamprieve, John W. Bass, Edward Mayo.
DB 0, p. 22. David Meade of P PoA to David Meade Jr. of
Jessamine Co., Ky. to dispose of my interest in 2000 acres
in Ky. which was patented to the late Everad Meade and by him
willed to my bro. Everad and others and from him bought by
D. May 11 1813
R. May 11 1813
( no witn . )
DB 1, p. 276. George Nix of P PoA to friend John Talbot
of Campbell Co. Va. to transact all business and to apply for
and obtain a warrant and locate & survey the land due me for
my service in the state of Georgia as a soldier.
D. Nov. 17 1784
R. Dec. 16 1784
Witn. V. Markham, N(elson) Patteson, William McCraw.
DB 1, p. 428. Thomas Tarpley of Middlesex Co. Va. PoA to
William Goode of P to transact my business.
D. July 27 1787
R. Aug. 16 1787
Witn. Phillip Turpin, Peter (field) Turpin, John Harris, Jr.
DB 1 , p. 503.
of Fayatte Co. Ky . to
Co. containing 44109%
D. 15 Apr. 1789
R. 16 Apr. 1789
John Harris of P PoA to brother Jorda(i)n Harris
sell my interest in ^ of a tract in Fayatte
of P PoA to John Fowler,
DB 1, p. 526. Thomas Turpin Jr ,
Jr. of Woodford Co. to sell for me any land lying on the Western
waters of this state.
D. 17 Sept. 1790
R. Sept. 17 1790
(no witn . ) .
DB 1, p.
S . C. to
D . Oct .
( no witn
653. Jacob Jacobs of P
transact all my business.
PoA to Samuel Jacobs of Charleston,
1, p. 701. Horation Turpin of P PoA to friends Wade Woodson
p'and Jordan'Harris of Woodford Ky. to transact all business
21 June 1792
21 June 1792
(no witn. )
DB 2, p. 69. Littleberry Mosby Jr. of P
Smith of P to make division of land entered in
t law to my deceased brother John Mosby in Ky
D. 17 Apr
R. 17 Apr
(no witn . )
to friend George
my name as heir
Ky. executor of Charles
DB 2, p. 105. Green Clay of Madison Co
Clay, dec, late of P PoA to Col. Richard Crump of P to act.
for me in the settlement of the decedent's estate.
D. Oct. 12 1794
R. Oct. 16 1794
Witn. Robt. Biscoe, A(bner) Crump.
DB 2, p. 492. Lunsford Pitts and Elizabeth Pitts of P PoA
to our friend and brother Henry Crutcher to receive our Share
of the estate of our father Thomas Crutcher of Caroline Co.
VA being a fc60 legacy and 1/8 part of the residue, also 1/8
part of the estate of our brother John Crutcher dec., also
1/8 part of the estate of our brother Leonard ££ujth£r dec.
of Essex Co., VA .
D . Sept. , 1798'
R. Sept. 19, 1798
(no witn.) (Ack: by Elizabeth Pitts Nov. 21,1798).
DB 2, p. 665. John Brackett of Shelby Co. KY PoA to my friend
Ludwell Brackett of Amelia Co. VA to recover land in Hanover
Co., VA which I claim as heir at law to my mother and to dispose
of it for me .
D. 5 Feb. 1800
R. Sept. 17, 1800
Witn. V(incent) Markham, Richard Crump.
DB 3, p. 166. Martha Hall surviving executrix of Thomas Ballow
dec. of Campbell Co. PoA to Jordan Ballow of P to sell land
in P mentioned in will of decedent.
D. Oct. 13, 1802
R. Dec. 21,1802
Witn. John Nunnally, Wm . Forlines.
DB 3, p. 295. Matthew Farley of KY PoA to Arthur Farley of
VA to sell my land and receive any monies due me.
D. Apr. 10, 1805
R. June 19, 1805
Witn. David Flournoy, H(enry) W. Watkins , John Deane, John
Winf ree .
DB 3, p. 364. Josiah Thompson of Lunenburg Co.,
Josiah Thompson, dec. of P PoA to Thomas Watkins
all business for me as executor of the decedent.
D. Jan. 16, 1806
R. Mar. 19, 1806
Witn. H(enry) W. Watkins, John Bass, Sr.
of P to transact
DB 3, p. 433. John Gouldin of Jessemine Co., KY PoA to
friend John Maxey Jr. of P to sell all my interest in land
in P which my late father Willm. Gouldin(g) died possessed
of, and to sell same (83 acres).
D. Oct. 30, 1806
R. Nov. 19, 1806
Witn. Peter Dupuy, Elisha Maxey, John Deane, Philip Deane.
DB 4, p. 149. Solomon Edwards of Clarke Co., GA PoA to Gideon
Flournoy of P to receive and sell my land in P which formerly
belonged to Joseph Bingley and at his death devolved to his
widow Judith, which was given to Joseph Bingley Larke at the
death of said Judith and to recover the aforesaid land left
to my brother Joseph Bingley Larke, dec.
D. April 27, 1810
R. May 16, 1810
Witn. Joseph Stratton, D(aniel) W
Michaux, T-. Turpin.
DB 4, p. 217. Lemuel M. Hedges and Mary F. Hedges of Prince
William Co.,VA PoA to William Robertson of P to sell our undivided
parts of land in Dinwiddle Co.,. VA which was devised to said
Lemuel M. and Mary F. Hedges and Hannah C. Robertson (formerly
Hedges) by the last will of their grandfather Daniel Claiborne
late of Dinwiddle Co.
D. May 23,1810
R. Dec. 19, 1810
Witn. A(lexander) Henderson, James Deneale, Henry M. Smoot.
Att. May 28, 1810. Prince William Co., VA.
DB 4, p. 513. Francis Goode of P surviving administrator
with will annexed of Robert Goode, dec. late of Whitby, Chesterfield
Co., VA PoA to Charles Cunliff(e) of Chesterfield Co. to collect
debt due decendent's estate from the representatives of David
Leitch, dec., formerly of KY.
D. May 19, 1813
R. May 19, 1813
(no witn . )
DB 5, p. 61. Richard H. Cocke of P PoA to brother J-ames
Cocke of P to receive of John Hamblin executor of Abraham Green
of Amelia Co., dec. and late gdn. of Eliza A. Cocke dau. of
said Green before her marriage with Richard H. Cocke all said
Eliza's share of her father's estate.
D. Jan. 15, 1814
R. May 18, 1814
Witn. John W. Farrar, Joseph McDearmon, William A. Cocke Jr.
DB 5, p. 415. Susanna Sallee relict of John, dec. of P and
gdn. to Eliza, Thos., and Mary Sallee infant children of said
John (by court order of Oct. 21, 1812) PoA to brother David
Trabue of Jessomine Co., KY to receive the share due me as
gdn. of the aforesaid children being their interest in the
estate of their grandfather Joseph Sallee, dec. of KY.
D. March 1816
R. March 20 1816
(no witn . ) .
DB 6, p. 161. William Depp of Barren Co. KY PoA to son Peter
Depp of same place to receive all money due me in VA and to
sell my right in the land whereon my father Peter Depp formerly
1 ived in P .
D. Jan. 4, 1817
R. Feb. 19, 1817
Att. Barren Co. KY Jan. 4, 1817.
DB 6, p. 259. Robert W. Mosby PoA to Richard W. Michaux of
Rockingham Co. N.C, to receive money due me from John L. Lesueur
of Rockingham Co. NC or John G. Smith his attorney.
D. 21 May 1817
R. 21 May 1817.
DB 6, p. 411. See DB 5, p. 415 Susanna Sallee, relict of
John, is now wife of Thomas Stratton of P PoA to Peter F. Deane
son of John Deane Sr.
D. Dec. 17 1817
R. Dec. 17 1817.
DB 6, p. 582. William Woodfin and Thomas Woodfin, now of P beinj
about to change residence to some Western State PoA to Samuel
Watkins of P to settle our unfinished business in VA and sell
land in Fluvanna Co. (500 acres) which we inherited with our
brother Arthur Woodfin from our father William Woodfin.
D. June 6, 1818
R. June 17, 1818
Witn. Richd. Bass, Jos.- B. Davis, John Maxey, Jr.
by Barbara Browder
The photostat of the original is at the Virginia State Archives
The Hicks Bible was published by M. Carey & Son, Chestnut Street,
Daniel Hicks married Fanny Delony
22nd Sepr 1788
Hicks was married to Elizabeth Stone 3 of November 1822
Edward B. Hicks born 11th July 1789
Martha Hicks born 21 February 1791
Daniel Hicks born 17th Septr 1792
William Hicks born 22d January 1794
Rebecca Hicks born 31st October 1795
Fanny E. Hicks born 16 Deer 1797
Henry D. Hicks born 6 January 1800
Thomas Hicks born 9th Novr 1801
Robert Lewis Hicks born 21st Sepr 1803
Lewis F. Hicks born 1st Octr 1805
Robert S. Hicks born. 23 May 1807
Rebecca Hicks, Daughter
of Edward & Elizabeth Hicks was born 18th of
David S. Hicks son of Edw. & Elizabeth Hicks was born 11th May 1826
Henry E. Jones born 27th August 1820
Thomas L. Jones born the 26th June 1822
Robert L. Hicks died March 25th 1805
Thomas Hicks died Septr 26th 1815
Robert S. Hicks died the 13th of March 1836
Fanny Hicks died April 12th 1840'
Daniel Hicks Jur died July 25th 1841
Rebecca A. Hicks died suddenly February 20th 1854
Fanny E. Hicks died on the 22 of February 1854
Edward B. Hicks eldest son of Daniel & Fanny Hicks died the 27th
of November 1858, age 69
Fanny Hick-s wife of Daniel Hicks died April 12th 1840
Daniel Hicks died November 1857 at the advanced age of ninety
Martha Hicks daughter of Daniel & Frances Hicks died the 17th day
of February 1861 age 70 years
(Note: Henry E. & Thomas L. Jones were sons of Lucy D. Hicks,
sister, of Daniel Hicks (d. 1857) and her husband, Ludwell
E . Jones )
LUNENBURG_COUNTY MILITIA FINES 18 05, RECORDE D 1806
Leonard Goodwin Rem'd to Brunswick
William Brown Rem'd to Brusk
Warner Moore Rem'd to Mecklenburg
LU NENBURG COU N TY MILITIA F I NES, 181 9
William Coleman - Mecklenburg
Daniel Crenshaw - Charlotte
Thomas Carter - Nottoway
William Hudson - Mecklenburg
both by J.C. Kolbe
HOBSON vs HENDRICKS 1819
contributed by Barbara Browder
abstracted by J.C.Kolbe
The following is a brief abstract of a Cumberland County
chancery suit. The original is found among the loose Chancery
Papers at the Virginia State Library, Archives Division and
is printed with the kind permission of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court .. .
Orators and oratrixes John Hobson and Elizabeth his wife formerly
Elizabeth Evans, James Wyche and Permelia his wife formerly
Permelia Evans, John L. Boswell and Martha his wife, James
Evans, Mary Evans, Catherine Evans, Cary C. Allen and America
his wife, Virginia Evans and William Evans under 21 years who
sue by their father William Evans. The said Elizabeth, Permelia,
Martha, James, Mary, Catherine, America, Virginia and William
are the children of Martha Evans dec. formerly Martha Hendricks
one of the children of Elizabeth Hendricks.
John Young died after having made his will which was recorded
in the Court of Caroline Co. May 11, 1750. After giving certain
legacies to his children the rest of his estate was given to
his wife Sarah. John Young had the following children John,
William, and Elizabeth.
Zachariah Hendrick father of said Martha, married Elizabeth
Young by whom he had the following children: Obadiah Hendricks
who died in his mother's lifetime. John Hendricks, Elizabeth
Hendricks wife of Lawson Hobson, William Hendricks, Martha
who married William Evans, Rebeccah Hendricks, Elijah H. Hendricks,
James Hendricks. Rebeccah Hendricks died under age without
issue. James Hendricks went to a foreign country. Elizabeth
Hendricks died interstate.
The children of Obadiah Hendricks are William, Permelia
who married Bennet Tinsley, Alexander, Matthew, David, Betsey
who married Joseph Clarke, and Sally who married John Carter
(also said Pleasant Carter).
John Hendricks died during the life time of his mother.
His children and heirs were'Betsey Bilbo formerly Hendricks
and her dau. and sole heir Harriet Bilbo. Sally Ball formerly
Hendricks and her children Ann wife of William Netherland,
Harriet Ball, and Susan Ball. William Hendrick, James Hendrick,
Ann Hendrick, Louisa Hendrick, Susan Hendrick, and Amanda
William Hendrick died during the life time of his mother.
His children were Sophia wife of Miller Woodson, Fermelia
Goode, and William Hendricks.
From other information in the suit the following was found:
Martha Ball was the dau. of Sally Ball
Harriet Ball was the wife of Peter Oglesby
Sarah Young died 1796 or 1797
Elizabeth Hendricks died 1817
James Hendricks changed his name to James Montague Henry
Catherine Evans was the wife of John : Gannaway
Sarah Jones wife of Arthur Jones was the sister of Catherine
Hendricks wife of Elijah H. Hendricks
depositions were taken at Prince Edward C.H., at the house
of Elijah H. Hendricks in Buckingham Co., the Eagle Hotel
in the city of Richmond, at the house of Capt. Arthur Jones
in Madisona Co. Alabama Territory at Huntsville, Alabama,
Robert Hunter's tavern in Campbell Co., the Franklin Hotel
PRINCE EDWARD WILL BOOK 1754-1784
by J. C. Kolbe
(continued from Vol. 3, p.
P. 101. Will of Elias Dejarnat of Pr. Edw. Co. St. P. Parish
wife Elisabeth. dau. Rebeca. dau. Marrymiah wife of
James Hinds. son Elias. son Jno. Thomas. son Thomas
149 acres being part of grant by patent to George
Bagley d. 1 Feb. 1768. Ex. Miller Woodson, John
Bass. Wit. Josiah Pace, Miller Woodson, [ ]som pace.
8. 9 Aug. 1768. R. [ ] July 1769. Further proved
17 Sept. 1792.
P. 102. Appraisal of Est. of Obadiah Woodson dec.
Appraised 7 Nov. 1767. Appr. Jacob Garrott, Jno.
Chiles, Henry Walker. D. 10 Feb. 1768. R. April
P. 104. Inv. of Jane Stith Anderson. Appr. James Allen,
Alex. LeGrand, Benja. Tyree. R. August Court 1768.
P. 106. Appraisal of Est. of Jas. Masters. D. 19 Jan. 1768.
R. May Court 1768.
P. 107. Sale of Obadiah Woodson's dec. Est. R. Oct. Court
P. 108. Appraisal of Est. of Thomas Baulding dec. Appr.
Chs . Hudson, Jno. [ ]. d. Nov. 17, 1767.
P. 109. Est. of Thomas Baulding deed. to 4 daus. legacies,
to Caleb Baulding a negro woman named Hagera legacy
to do. a boy a legacy. to William Baulding a negro
man Sambo a legacy. to Thomas Baulding a negro man
Bowser a legacy. to do. a negro girl Phillis a
legacy. to Ester Baulding a legacy. Appr. Ab. Venable,
Chs. Venable. D. 11 Oct. 1769. R. Oct. Coui<t 1769.
P. 110. Act. of Robert Read to James Read (accounts for years
1756-1766) to settle act. current of James Read ex.
of Robert Read dec. R. March Court 1768.
P. 111. Inv. of Edward Johnson's est. pursuant to court order
d. Oct. Court 1769. Appr. Jno. LeNeve, Jo. Parks,
Alex. Hambleton. D. 21 Nov. 1769. R. February Court
p. 112. Inv. of Est. of John Owen. Appr. Henry Dickinson, Tho.
Hudson, James Wade. Ex. James Hamblett, Brackett
Owen. R. Sept. Court 1767.
P. 113. Further Appraisal of John Owen's est.
Dickinson, Thomas Hudson, Charles
D. 3 Nov. 1767. R. 3 Nov. 1768.
P. 114. Inv. of James Parks. Appr. Wm . Watson, John Hill,
Jno . Cunningham, Samuel Cunningham.
P. 115. Will of Josiah Whitlock of St. P. Parish of Pr. Edw.
son Charles Whitlock 390 acres. son Josiah Whitlock.
son William Adams Whitlock 390 acres between my son
Charles and George Moore's. son John Whitlock 390
■acres and 2 negroes Nat and Jane. dau. Mary Wells
for her natural life 200 acres in Charlotte Co. on
great Owl Creek and a negro woman Tanner, then to
be divided between my grandchildren, Elizabeth, Desdimonia,
and Mary Wells. dau. Milla Whitlock U negroes: Hannah,
Ceasar, Nan, Chelsay. dau. Elizabeth Foster. Ex.
Thomas Flournoy, George Moore, William Booker. Wit.
Matthew Jackson, John Cole, William Cole. d. 21
Oct. 1769. R.March Court 1770.
P. 117. Will of Edward Johnson. wife Egnas. son William
87 acres joining my son William Smith's line,
son John 80 acres joining my son William, dau. Geen,
dau. Mary. dau. Agness. Ex. wife Agnes and Samuel
Wallis. Wit. David Galispie, Samuel Arbuckle, Wm .
Smith. d. 5 Sept. 1769. R. 16 July 1770.
P. 118. John Watkin's Will. to sons Micajah and
lying in Halifax Co. and on Dan River at
of Burch's Ck. sons Thomas and James 60
be equally divided. son William. bro.
son Abner plantation after death or marr
wife . daH--Eiigabeth-Hamfelin-an-negife-g
gran. dau. Chaney Hamblin. daHr-Jadith-
a negro boy named Dick. dau. Edith Watk
boy Roger. dau. Sarah Watkins a negro g
dau. Mary Watkins. wife Anne plantation
now live with 300 acres of land and slav
Paul, Linnes, Beck, Jenny during her nat
or widowhood. After death or remarriags
to be divided between sons. Ex. wife An
son Micajah Watkins, bro. Thomas Watkins
Johnson, William Sadler, Mary Sadler. d
1762. R. None. •
iage of my
ins a negro
es Boson ,
s s lave s
. 20 April
P. 121. Codical of John Watkins, reference to selling 1800
acres in Halifax Co. Wit. Henry Barksdale, Samuel
[ ]. d.' 20 April 1762. R. 15 jan. 1770.
statement that dau. Judith at time of John Watkins
will had received her legacy and was dead, she married
P. 123. Will of Zachariah Leigh of St. P. Pr. Edw. Co. to
be buried by my friends Paschall Greenhill, Thomas
Scott, Clement Read, John Nash Jun. who I appoint
my exors. - Slaves and personal property to grandchildren
that son John has or may have by his wife Elizabeth
widow Prudence. to two grandsons Zachariah Greenhill
Leigh and Paschal Greenhill Leigh the land I now
live on. that the estate between Capt. David Greenhill
and self, that my part be to the maintenance of my
wife, son and his wife and their family. Wit. Thomas
Howlet. d. 6 Ap. 1770. r. 19 Nov. 1770. R. 17 June
P. 125. Will of James Atwood St. P. parish Pr. Edw. wife
Mary. son Benjamin Atwood. Ex. George Forest and
son James Atwood. Wit. James Wade, Charles Wade,
Josiah Cunningham. d. 2 July 1771. R. 21 oct. 1771.
P. 126. Will of Samuel Mathews of Pr. Edw. Co. wife Anne,
son William land he now lives on in North Carolina,
dau. Sarah Pettycrew. dau. Rachel Granger. son Phillip
plantation whereon I now live & 145 acres dau. Agnes
68 acres joining Peter Coffees lines other dau.
Hannah, Frances, Anne. Ex. wife and James Mathews
of Buckingham Co. Wit. John McCroy, Joshua Coffee,
Elizabeth Coffee. d. 21 May 1769. R. 19 March 1770.
P. 128. Will of Thomas Caldwell. dau. Sarah and Violet.
wife Elizabeth who is with child, four eldest sons
George, Thomas, Paul, Henry. son George 100 acres
joining the Bee Spring. son Thomas 100 acres on
Maypole branch. sons Paul & Henry to have remainder,
son John. son Andrew. Ex. wife Elizabeth and my
bro. Henry Caldwell. Wit. John Bell, Ax. Ewing,
To. Parks. d. 22 Oct. 1771. R. 17 Feb. 1772.
P. 129. Will of Leander Hughes. to bro. Gedaliah Hughes
a negro Abraham. to sister Molly a negro Nan. names
father Leander Hughes and mother Edith. Ex. father
Leander Hughes and bro. Gedaliah Hughes. Wit. John
Nash, Peter Johnston, Andrew French. d. 13 Feb.
1772. R. 19 Oct. 1772.
P. 130. Will of James McCroy. wife not named. son Archable
son John. son Hugh. son Samuel. dau. Mary. dau.
Elizabeth. son James a negro Luce and land I live
on after his mother's death. Ex. wife and my son
Jame s .
15 March 1770
P . 131
Inv. of James McCroy Sen. D. 19 Oct. 1772.
Nov. Court 1772
Will of Peter Coffee. wife Susanna, son William 150
acres on Vaughn's Ck. son Peter. son Joshua. dau.
Catharina Thomas. dau. Mary Kindall. dau. Hannah
Weakley. dau. Bettie. dau. Lydia. dau. Elizabeth
plantation whereon I now live. ex. my wife & son
William. Wit. Thomas B.rooks^ James Weakly, Hannah
Weakley. d. 31 Jan. 1771. R. 16 Sept. 1771.
John Graven. land bought of Mr. George Watton
on River in Charlotte containing 350 acres
res in Double Ck. in Pittsylvania. Wife
au. Lucy. Ex. wife Mary & father in law
nshaw. Wit. Joseph Brown, James Brown, John
d. 3 July 1771. R. 17 Feb. 1772.
Will of J<
& 384 acres in Double Ck. in Pittsylvania. i
Mary. dau. Lucy. Ex. wife Mary & father in
John Crenshaw. Wit. Joseph Brown, James Broi
Crenshaw. d. 3 July 1771. R. 17 Feb. 1772.
Will of William Yarbrough. to son James Smith Yarbrough
negro girl Silva until my son Oswald comes of age
and the slave to be returned to my est. son Richard.
to dau. Elizabeth is lent slave Sukey. son William.
son Joseph. Ex. sons James Smith Yarbrough & Richard
Yarbrough. Wit. Janney Yarbrough, Richard Beasley
Junr. d. 4 March 1771. R. 18 Nov. 1771.
Appraisal of est. of John Watkins by court order
d. January 1770. App. Ben Haskins, Wm. Wootten,
Noel Waddil. R. July Court 1770.
Appraisal of est. of Josiah Whitlock. Appr. Thomas
Green, Matthew Jackson, James Cole. d. 12 May 1770.
R. May Court 1770.
Appraisal of est. of Peter Coffee. Appr. Henry Walker,
Robert Jennings, John Mucleroy. d. 15 Nov. 1771.
R. Nov. Court 1771.
Inv. of J. Watkins by court order Jan. 1770. Appr.
James Legrand, John Carter, Charles Wall. R. July
Court 1770. Halifax St. This is to certify the appr.
were sworn before me.
Jas. Turner Jr.
Inv. of Selvanus Maxey. Appr. Ob. Woodson, David
Walker, Lewis Harriss. Ex. Wm. Maxey. d. 4 July
1770. R. Jan. Court 1770.
P. 144. Inv. Owen
P. 145. Inv. of John Ritchie dec.
Inv. of est. of William Yarbrough deed, taken by
Richard Yarbrough ex. d. 31 Oct. 1771.
Appraisal of est. of James Attwood dec. Appr. James
Wade, Alexander Cunningham, Josiah Cunningham. Adm.
John Leigh. d. 1771.
Appr. of est. of Leander Hughes. Appr. Charles Hudson,
Pugh Price Jr., Levelling Williamson.
Inv. of est. of John Graven. Ex. John Crenshaw,
Mary Graven. d. 18 May 1772.
Sale account of est. of John Ritchie. d. 1 Jan.
P. 154. John Brent, Robt. Caldwell, Edmund Brewer ordered
to appraise Gate a negro slave & lately the property
of James Attwood Sen. dec. -Oct. Court 1772. R.
5 Jan. 1773.
P. 155. Inv. of Bartholomew Fielder est.
Joseph Simmons, Robert Martain.
d. 7 Dec. 1773.
Appr. John Simmons,
signed Ann Fielder.
Will of James Garden. to wife Sarah for life plantation
in Charlotte Co. I bought of Mr. Taylor & that also
bought of Veoden adjoining it. to son Alexander
my plantation in Cumberland and slaves Sam, Will,
Charles, Ben, Jenny; to son James my plantation
in Charlotte which I bought of John East and slaves:
London, Liddy, Tully, Minto & Julius; to son John
after his mothers decease Taylors Plantation with
Veadens annexed to it and slaves: Nick, Daniel, Toney,
Ceasar, Hanah; to dau. Ann 300 h , and slaves Tom
& Nancy; to dau. Sarah 300 h and slaves Mally &
Aggy. Ex. wife Sarah, Rev. Mr. James Craig, Robert
Lawson. d. Oct. 1772. R. 21 June 1772.
o be divided
my s on .
Will of Constant Woodson. to dau. Judith Fuquay
Wit. John Garrott, Isham Jennings, Margret Davis,
d. 17 July 1773. R. 15 Nov. 1773.
Will of Thomas Caldwell. to bro. John Caldwell all
my est. Ex. bro. John Caldwell. Wit. ( ) Caldwell
Jr., Joh. Caldwell, Jno. Howarton, Delphia Caldwell,
■d. 28 Sept. 1773. R. 18 April 1774.
Will of Daniel McLard. Ex. James Wade, John Leigh.
Wife Dorithy half the tract I live on;to S^a;;;d^on
Daniel McLard other half of land. Son John McLard.
Mary Harris. Wit. John Leigh, Robert Foster, Fran.
Hunt. d. 27 Jan. 1774. R. 16 May 1774.
Will of Mary Parks. Sister Rosana Fulton; cousin
Mary Fulton; son Ezekiel Parks; son Joseph ^^I'^f'
dau! Margaret Watson; dau. Mary Hanna; ^^^ ' ^athar me
Wallace; son James Parks. Ex. sons Joseph P^rks,
Douglas Watson, Andrew Wallace. Wit. Richd. Tankey,
Francis Galispei. d. 7 June 1774.
Will of William Hill. To son John Hill 300 acres
where he lives joining Henry Watkins up both sides of
Sawneys Ck. To son Davis Hill 300 acres. To wife
Martha 150 acres after her death and 200 more acres to
son William Hill joining bro. Davis & Elkanah Jennings.
To my Sarah Mitchel 200 acres joining bro. Williams line,
220 joining bro. William. To dau.
dau. Mary Thurman. Ex. wife Martha.
Joseph Webster, John Mitchell,
15 Dec. 1770 R. 16 May 1774.
To dau. Judith Hill
Elizabeth Neal. To
Wit. Thomas Brooks,
Joseph Mitchel. d.
son Jame s .
Will of Benjamin Wimbish. wife Elizabeth,
son Samuel. daus . Sary, Ann, Mary. Ex. wife, bro.
John Wimbish, Matthew Watson. Wit. William Gary,
John Biggin. d. 20 July 1773. r. 19 Sept. 1774.
HALIFAX COUNTY REVOLUTIONARY WAR CLAIMS
by J, C. Kolbe
The records transcribed below are from the material
in the Auditor of Public Accounts Office at the Virginia State
Library (Auditors Item #282).
The material consists of lists of guns and blankets
that were impressed for the use of the Halifax County militia
which marched to Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina. The
smaller of the two lists shows the rate of inflation of the
times. Many of these claims are not found in the Virginia
State Library's list of public service claims.
A List of Guns & Blankets belonging to sundry persons which
were pressed for the use of the Halifax Militia when the
[y] marched with Maj . Gen. Greene's Army to Guilford N. Carolina
with their Apraisments in Specie Viz.
For Cap.M. Daniels Company
James M. Daniel
Wm. Sydnor 1 Smooth Gun
John Eas 1 ey
T ravis Tune
Nipper Adams 1 Rifle
Samue 1 Bate s
Azer iah Bailey-
From Cap. Powels Company
George • Smith
do . .
Franc is Cox
Azer iah Bailey
James Brown 1
A List of Blankets taken for the
Cap. M. Daniels Com. Viz.
John Gr i ggs
Will iam Carr
James Murphy do.
Knock Farmer do.
Travis Guthry do.
Wm . Robertson do,
John Welch do.
Thomas Dickson • 2 do.
Jno. Coleman [ ]
List of Sundry
for the use of
to [ ] Genl.
Green . , N . C .
Cap. Jno. Thomasons Comp.
Frederick Farmer one gun appraised fc350
Thomas Dejarnet one blanket do. (12/-)
one gun do.
one Blanket do .
one' gun do.
Wm . McDaniel Cap.
Rubin Hurt on do
Capt. James Turner one do-do
George Dardan one Rifle do
Henry Farmer one do. - do
Thomas Douglas one do. - do
John Nobles one do -do
Frederick Miller one Musket-do
Joseph Ligion one Blanke d. old Money
Belonging to my Company John Thompson
List of Sundry Articles impressed
For the Halifax Militia ordered to Joine Genl. Green
Halifax [ ]
I do hereby certifie that appraisments as mentioned was
entered by the Appraisers to be if settled in Specie to be
at one Hundred for one.
John Coleman C.D.
P.S. The within Articles was for the use of the Halifax Militia
when the joined Genl . Green in Guilford No. Carolina.
J . Coleman C.D.
ROBINSON. Susan Sheppard (4909 Monumental St . , Richmond, Va.
23226) is seeking parents, place of birth, any place of residence
in VA. of Burwell Robinson, born 1745, married Anne Clack, died
1816, Warren Co., N.C.; first found in Warren Co. in 1788.
FISHER. . Susan Sheppard (4909 Monumental St., Richmond, VA.
23226) interested in parentage and family Bible of Daniel Fisher
(died circa 1795, Greensville, Co., VA . ) Also wish to locate
the second part of the journal, kept in 1750s, of a (different)
Daniel Fisher of Williamsburg.
ALLEN. Ms. Mildred P. Tomlinson (2753 Claremont Circle,
Jacksonville, FL. 32207) would like help with decendents of Wyatt
Allen, who received slaves and land, 8th Nov. 1806, in Brunswick
Co., VA from Jane Allen and George H. Jones, with whom property
had been placed in trust by Robert Allen for Jane Allen and his
children. Is this the same Wyatt Allen who married Nancy Tarver
in Brunswick Co. VA in 1805? Is this the same Wyatt Allen in
Pulaski Co. GA 1830 census, and Twiggs Co., GA 1840 census? Also
need copy of Robert Allen's will and or appointment of George
H. Jones as a trustee for Jane Allen and his children. Will pay
KING/CELY/SHORT/VAUGHAN. LaNell K. Dunn (5713 Schutz, Houston,
TX 77032) seeks proof of parents of Charles King who married Mary
Cely in 1778, Brunswick Co., Va . , in a double wedding with Merritt
Cely who married Obedience King, dau. of Nathaniel King. Miles
King, son of Charles and Mary (Cely) King married Martha Short,
1808, Brunswick Co., Va. and their son, Charles R. King married
Mary M. Vaughan, 1831, Brunsx^rick Co., VA . Would like to exchange
information with anyone researching these names.
HICKS. Susan Sheppard. (4909 Monumental St., Richmond, VA.
23226) interested in Rebecca Hicks, editor of The K a ledioscope ,
Petersburg, 1855-1857. Born 1823, Brunswick Co.,VA; married (1)
Benjamin Isaac Hicks, 1844, (2) Hobart Fitzgerald, 1862. When
and where did she die? Any info ., phot ograph greatly appreciated.
WARREN/LANIER. Doris K. West( 4939 Evers Rd., San Antonio, TX 78228)
seeks information oh a Warren-Lanier marriage and to exchange information
on ther respective lines. Allen Warren, Jr. died in Surry Co. VA between
16 Dec. 1732 and 16 Jan. 1733. His will names daughters : Elizabeth, Sarah,
Lucy, Mary; sons: Robert, Allen III. Did Elizabeth marry Benjamin Lanier
ca. 1737 in Surry Co? They moved to Brunswick Co., VA where many Warrens
lived. Six children had Warren names. One son's Bible had daughter named
Elizabeth Warren Lanier.
STONE/SHELTON. Jo Ann Cuddy (1005 Sheringham Court, Kingsport, TN
37660) seeks birgh, death dates for Jane, dau. of Abraham Shelton of Pittsylvania
Co., and wife of John Stone of Pittsylvania and Logan Cos. Also need any
data Susanna^ wife of Henry Robertson (1708-1782) of Amelia.
ADAMS. Felix Earle Luck(8 St. John's Ave., P.O.Box 506, Tabor, NJ
07878) seeks information on Policy Adams who married John Luck
12/20/1784 mar. bond, Pittsylvania Co.,VA Sur. was Joseph (looks like-Leech).
Have no other record of Polley. John and 4 daus. went to Iredell Co., NC
in 1825, where dau. Sarah m. Soloman Claywell. Their son, James Adams Luck,
stayed in Pitts. Co., m. 1832 Susan Harrison Coleman (dau. od Col. Daniel).
MASON. Mrs. Sara M. Bolick ( R-1, Box 215, Blair, SC 29015) searching
for parents of and information on John Mason. Perhaps born in VA; died
in Fairfield District, SC 27 Jan. 1803. One source says he was sent to
do Mission Work on Broad River Circuit in 1786. He probably married twice,
name of first wife unknown. They had two children, Joseph and Milly. Married
(2) Mary, maybe also named Mason, who survived him. Ten children by this
wife. Family tradition claims he was from same line as John Young Mason,
Secretary of Navy under Tyler. A census record gave the birthplace of one
child as Georgia( Savannah) in 1792(3). Allied names: Kilgo, Carlisle, Pullig,
Wyxick. Will pay for or exchange information.
PENICK/PENIX/PINICK/PENNOCK. Nancy Penick Parker(10121 Welch Dr.,
Louisville, KY 40272) seeking marriages of Jeremiah Penick, son of William
Penick & Judith Paite; Jeremiah was living Prince Edward Co. VA in 1759
when he was appointed administrator of his bro. Edward Penick' s will. He
was in Prince Edward Co. VA in 1771 when he bought 125 acres on Buffalo
River from his bro. Charles Penick. Believe one of his marriages was to
Mary Price, dau. of Pugh Price (issue of this marriage John Penick- b. 1757).
Jeremiah came to Fayette Co. KY in late 1780s. He had ch: Rebecca m. Shadrick
Moore; Mary m. James Withers; William, Frances m. ^ Moss; Edward b.
1773 d. 1841 in KY m. 1801 Lincoln Co. KY Nancy Nash; Jeremiah; Martha
"Patsey" m. Guthrie; Elizabeth m. Samuel Shanklin.
SMITH. N.C.Slade (4290 Great Oaks Ln. , Jacksonville, FL 32207) seeks
information on John Smith of Dinwiddle Co. NC who was father of George
Smith, grad. MD Univ. PA Med. School in 1820, lived Hickford, VA went Vicksburg,MS
1822 where died, had son Harry Avery Smith, other children.
CARVER. Jodie Updike (Rt. 1, Box 281, Billings, MO 65610) trying to find
any information on James Carver, born Nov. 1753 Louisa Co.,VA. He married Judith
Xwo of his children were William, born 1777 and Elizabeth. William married
Mary Crockett Duncan and Elizabeth married Wingfield Cosby. Also trying to find
the names and dates of birth, places of birth of William and Mary Carver's children.
They had nine, Elijah being one.
KNIGHT/MITCHELL/HILL. Mrs. E. Clark Liles(1^51 Palancia Ave., Coral
Gables, FL 33146) Wm. Knight b 1790 VA, to Chester/Union Counties, SC before
1815, married Elizabeth Mitchell; Rev. Elias Mitchell b ca 1759/60 VA or
MD, to Chester/Union Co. area before 1780, married Permelia (Milly) Hill;
Wm. Hill died 1804 Chester District, SC, married Molly . Wm. Jr. b 1771 VA.
GRAY/FITZHUGH. Mrs. J.M. Setzler (501 Lake Shore Dr., Jackson, MS 39212)
need parents of Alexander Gray, born c 1735 Scotland died 1791 Halifax Co.,VA
and of his x^fife Elizabeth Fitzhugh born c 1740 died 1823 Halifax Co. VA. Their
children: James; John married Anney Price; Alexander married Mary — ; Robert;
George married Fannie Brooks; Henry; Elizabeth married? Cumbo; Mary(Polly) married
Anthony Street; Salley. Would also like maiden name of Mary, wife of Alexander II.
MARSHALL. Bill Morrow (332 Memory Lane, Edmond, OK 73034) would like readers /r
researchers to ■contact me to share info regarding Isaac Marshall, born 1761 in
VA. He served in the 10th and 14th VA Regiments during the Revolutionary War.
Need names of Isaac's parents. Isaac Marshall died 17 April 1839 in Iredell Co.,
NC and his wife Mary Foote died 24 Dec. 1849 in Iredell Co.
SMITH. Thomas C. Bell (25 Alberta, Ludlow, KY 41016) Mark Smith married
Christina (Tena) H. ? . Need Maiden name and place. Tena was born 15 May 1796
where? Died 15 Nov. 1875 Mexico, Miami, Indiana. Known children: Mark born 1816
VA,died 1893, married Lucy Johnson 2 May 1838; Delila born 1819, died 1902, married
Oliver P. Wingfield Apr. 1843. Need parents of Mark Smith & Tena. Also when and
where Mark died.
Bell. Thomas C. Bell ( 25 Alberta, Ludlow, KY 41016) need parents of Armiger
Lilley Bell born about 1771 VA and died 1816 Indiana. Married Sarah Blackford
Lexington, KY March 1795. Sarah was born in New Jersey about 1779 and died in
HARDY. Mrs. J.R.Patterson, 104 East Oxford St., Pontotoc, MS 38863)
need parents of Thomas Hardy who died in Pittsylvania Co., VA in 1778, leaving
a will naming daughter Agnes who married David Wade. Was this Thomas Hardy connected
with the Isle of Wight Co.,VA Hardy family? Correspondance invited.
FENDLEY. Mrs. John H. Walker (Box 130, Dahlgren, VA 22448) William Fendley
married Martha in 1781. He married secondly Frances Winfree, nee Cheatham,
widow of Major Winfree, in 1819. Children by first wife were: Thomas, (Married
Harriett Winfree), Martha J. (married first Harrison Winfree, married second Thomas
Gregory, 1829), Elizabeth W. , (married Gregory). William Fendley had grandchild
William Winston Fendley, Chastain Harrison Fendley and others. I am trying to
identify his first wife and his parents. William lived in Chesterfield Co.
PEEBLES. Anne Dobbins(310 Laurel Dr., Corpus Christi, TX 78404) seeks
complete first name and any additional information on "H. Peebles" listed
as father of Mary A.M. Peebles in her marriage bond with John Anthony Person
in Greensville Co., VA, 13 April 1818. Names of Hartwell Peebles of Southampton
Co., VA and Howell Peebles of Northampton Co., NC have been suggested but
no documentation provided in either case.
BALLARD. Martha J. Hutchens (P.O.Box 92, Martin, TN 38237) needs
parents, date, and place of birth of John Ballard who died 1787 in Mecklenburg
Co., VA John m. Faith Edmunds, dau. of William and Mary Briggs Edmunds
of Surry Co., VA Children: John; Lucy m. Isaac Holmes; Becky m. a Holloway;
Martha m. a Holloway; Betty m. a Cook; Robert ; William. Will exchange
ALLEN. Mrs. Paul M. Schmick(1319 Prince Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32086)
seeks information about Christopher Columbus Allen born in N.C. (perhaps
Greensboro) 7 June 1848. Name of father also C.C.Allen, birthplace unknown.
Name and birthplace of mother unknown. He was married to Lydia M. Townsend
and died in Hamilton Co., OH Dec. 9, 1926. Family information suggests
that he had lived in DAnville, VA and enlisted in the service during the
Civil War in Richmond, VA.
YATES. Mrs. Evelyn Yates Carpenter(2101 Nashville Rd., Bowling Green,
KY 42101) John Yates b. abt. 1699 or 1700 was living in Bedford Co., VA
when son Thomas Yates was b. 1752, William Yates B. 1749, John Yates b.
, James Yates b. 1762. Dau. were Joyce, Keziah, Elizabeth, and Milly
Yates. John Yates died prior to 22 June 1779 in Caswell Co.,NC. A George
Yates was living in Bedford Co.,VA in 1755 when he sold land in Orange
Co., NC. Were John Yates and George Yates brothers? Who were their parents?
Where were they born: Sons and some daughters moved to Robertson Co.,TN
along with Thomas Kilgore, Sr., 1st settler. Will share information.
BOWSER. Peg Scheidegger (2611 Illinois, Topeka, KS 66605) Surname
Bowser, John and George B. Va. Anyone else working on this surname?
1800' s lived Tn, Sull and Washington Co. 1850.
PRICE. Mrs. H.E. Whitworth (105 Hidden Creek Dr., Ellisville, MO .
63011) seeks information on the parents and family of Edward Price. He
married Mary Mallory 16 Oct. 1816 Lynchburg, VA. Two sons Wm. M. and James
Stump Price came to St. Louis, Mo. The Price family was in Campbell Co.
and Prince Edward Co., VA. Any Mallory information would be appreciated
WATKINS. Ruth Bock (Rt. 9, Box 9396, Midland, TX 79703) Micajah Watkins
was born in Prince Edward Co. VA in 1781. His parents were James Watkins
and Anna Miller and grandparents were John Watkins and Anne Easely or Easley.
I need information on any of these families. Micajah married in Nashville
TN. in 1815 to Nancy Smith dau. of Ezekial Smith. Is there an old Watkins
Cemetery in Prince Edw. Co.?
BUTLER. Doris Ann Butler Lucas (P.O.Box 718, Goodsprings, NV 89019)
seeking descendants of Edmund Butler b ca 1701/2 Henrico Co, VA d 1747
Goochland Co. VA m Frances Cook(e) sister of William Cooke. Some of family
migrated to Cumberland Co., VA. Some to N.C. and some to Ga.
HANKINS. Mrs. L.S.Orrick (3629 Wedgway, Fort Worth, TX 76133) Who
were the Hankins in Dinwiddle Co., VA? Having trouble reading census correctly.
CHESTER. Mrs. L.S.Orrick (3629 Wedgway, Fort Worth, TX 76133) seeking
descendants of Thomas Chester d. 1757, VA. Children: David, Thomas, Mary
McKay (wife of James), and Susanna Harrold.
RAWLINGS. Mrs. R.J. Browder (4400 Cheyenne Rd. , Richmond, VA 23235)
seeks names of Barents of Peterson Rawlings who died intestate ca. 1840,
Brunswick Co., VA. He married 1816, Brunswick, Rebecca Jackson. (Peterson
Rawlings had brother, James Rawlings, died testate, Brunswick, 1826, whose
wife was Elizabeth Jackson.)
young'. Mrs. R.J. Browder (4400 Cheyenne Rd. , Richmond, VA 23235) would
be grateful for leads as to parents and/or origins of Samuel Young, resident
Mecklenburg Co., VA. , by 1765, died intestate Mecklenburg by Feb. 1801,
leaving sons Allen Young (m. Sarah Davis) and Samuel Young (m. Elizabeth
Love); dau. Susanna Young (m. Howell Taylor); widow, Judith. What was
Judith's maiden name?
DUGGER. Mrs. R.J. Browder (4400 Cheyenne Rd., Richmond, VA 23235)
seeks names of parents of Sterling Dugger, died ca. 1848, Brunswick Co.,VA.,
intestate. He married 1828, Brunswick, Frances Parish, who appears to
have been dau. of Jones Parish and his wife, Vicey Rawlings.
HILL/LANIER/WYATT. Mrs. Robert Adcock(P.O. Box 349, McGehee, AK 71654)
need parents and birthplace of Robert Hill, born 1811 VA. married Mary
Lanier of Henry Co. VA. 1836. Couple listed Sullivan Co. TN. 1840 census
-McNairy Co. TN. 1850 census. Dau. Martha married Lenerd Cagger Wyatt,
whose parents and birthplace I seek. His mother probably Zivil Rogers,
dau. of William Rogers born 1790 VA. Where?
MARTIN. Doris A. Lucas (P.O.Box 718, Good Springs, NV 89014) seeking
data on Valentine Martin 6 1710 Bapt. 18 June 1710 New Kent Co. VA. m.
1731 (where?) Jane Bridgewater 6 1714 (dau. of whom?) Issue - 11 children,
John, Job(e), Valentine, Ester, Sarah, Jane, Orson, Mildred, Ann, Samuel,
Isom. Valentine d ca. 1760 Cumberland Co. VA will proved 20 April 1760.
WHITEHURST. Mrs. A.H. Graham Jr.(l Beverly Dr., Durham, NC. 27707)
David Etheredge m. Aug. 21,1762 Mary Whitehurst .Hillary Mosely m. Oct.
30,1765 Elizabeth Whitehurst .Christopher Etheredge m. Aug. 19,1790 Mary
Whitehurst. All of Princess Anne Co. VA. I am seeking information on both
of the Mary Whitehursts and on Elizabeth Whitehurst.
JEAN. Maxine Carman (2400 S. Ocean., C7314, Ft. Pierce, Fl. 33449-
8029) in Warren Co., N.C. in 1769, "William Jean, Planter, Brunswick Co.,
VA.," deeded a parcel of land ''To William Hudson." Jean made his will in
Stokes Co., N.C. Dec. 1803, naming wife Huldah and children William Jr.,
Phillip, John, Joseph, Becky Morris, Betty Bobbit, Patty Pegram, Silvey
Cummings, Nancy Williamson. Who were William and Huldah' s parents?
HILTON. Margaret Marshall Mitchell (Sun City Center, Box 5676. FL 33570)
Thomas Hitlon B, Pittsylvania Co. 1786, married Martha Oakes of Rowan Co.
NC in 1810, d. Guilford Co. NC 1824. Who were his parents? His father-in-
law Thomas Oakes, Davie Co. NC b. 1766. Where? Who were his parents? Who
was his 1st wife? He died in Davie Co. NC in 1829. 2nd wife was Chloe Rector.
ALLEN/ CHARLES. Phyllis Wilkinson (2130 Atchena Nene, Tallahassee,
FL 32301) seeks information about the parents of Elizabeth Allen, born,
c 1814, Surry Co., VA m. Samuel C. Charles, 17 April 1838, at Bacon's Castle,.
Surry Co., VA. She died 31 March 1887, Petersburg, VA. She may have been
the sister of Rebecca Allen, born c 1828, Surry Co., VA, who married Christopher
Seward, 12 Oct. 1848, Surry Co., VA. Elizabeth Allen and Samuel C. Charles
were the parents of James Charles, Selonia Miles, America A. Beames, and
Richard G. Charles, all of Petersburg, VA.
WILLIAMSON. Jason M. Williamson (4606 Kling Dr., Alexandria, vA 22312)
wants parents & siblings of Lewis Williamson, b. ca 1750 (where?). Lived
in Sampson Go. N.C. before moving to Bladen Co.N.C. ca 1785-87. He left
will in Bladen Co, in 1795 naming wife Mary and children: Richard, Lewis,
Laban, Joshua, Seth, Rebecca, Nancy, Susannah & Peggy. Another son Isham
Williamson m. Margaret . Her parents needed also.
FRANCIS. Hubert C. Francis (382 Fields Dr., Rt. 7, Box 748, Gumming,
GA 30130) needs parents and time and place of m. for John and Maryann Francis
of Campbell, Co. VA, before 1780. John may have been son of James and Obediance
Francis of Charlotte Co., VA. James died there ca 1775. Will answer all
corespondence and pay postage and or copies.
SCOGGIN(S)/LUNDY/PICKEREL. Miss Margaret Scoggins (P.O.Box 473, Poplar
Bluff, MO 63901) seeks information on Scoggin(s) family in Washington Co.,
VA late 1700' s, then Carter Co., TN and finally White Co. TN. Daniel Lundy
was born 1770' s in N.J. Was then in NC and VA before going to White Co.,
TN early 1800' s. One source says he was a Doctor and was m. to Mary Pickerel.
Will exchange information.
DAVIS. Trudie Davis Long (8213 Mapleville Rd., Mount Airy, MD 21771)
Robert William Davis is suppossdi to have married Mildred Pittard in Mecklenburg
Co., VA. Their son Robert Jenkins Davis was born 1819 and married in Granville
Co., NC. 1843 Emily F.M. (Frances) Lyon(s). Her parents are supposed to
be John Lyon(s) and Lunna Moore. Robert Jenkins Davis' son William Beverly
married Lou Margaret Hudson dau. of Hyram Hudson who died 1867 Halifax
Co.,VA and fiancy Van Hook. Hyxam's parents were Thomas Hudson and ^Ann Foulks
Hyram' s grandparents were John Hudson and Mary Ballow. These names were
in an affadavit from Cumberland Co., VA 1845 for the settlement of the
estate of Jesse Ballow. Any information appreciated on these people because
all I know is their names. ALL SASE answered.
BARNES, KINNEBREW, KIRBY, BARROW, TURNER. Dorothy Haizlip Ward(11030
S.W. 52nd Court, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33328) Nathan Barnes d. 1793 Southampton
Co., VA lived adjoining Pope, Joiner, Day; how was he connected to Davis,
Bryant, Thomas, Jones? He and father, Thomas Barnes had wives named Martha,
last names needed. Nathan had brother Edward. Barnes married Kinnebrew/Killebrew,
Kirby, Barrow,, Turner.
GREEN, EASTWOOD. Dorothy Haizlip Ward (11030 S.W. 52nd Court, Ft.
Lauderdale, FL 33328) Zachariah Green married Geriah Geroth possibly in
Halifax Co., VA ca 1760; need her last name and his parents. Zachariah
had nephew, Elijah Casey. Elizabeth Green married 1782, Israel Eastwood,
son of Elijah; were they connected to the Eastwoods of Norfolk Co., VA
TOMLINSON,BIRDSONG. Mrs. Paul Duval(1716 Clay St., Vicksburg, MS
39180) what is the date and place of marriage of Mary Tomlinson to Miles
Birdsong? Mary was the dau. of Thomas Tomlinson whose will was proved 1793
in Sussex Co., vA. What was the maiden name of Thomas' wife, Mary, whose
will was proved in 1797 in Sussec Co.?
SMITH. Mae D. Moore(2716 Richelieu Ave., S.W., Roanoke, VA 24014)
Samuel Smith signed Halifax Co., VA 3 June 1765, for dau. Anne to get license
to marry Stephen Wood who died in Franklin Co. VA 1815. Need any information
on this Samuel Smith, parents, etc. Will pay postage and copying.
IVEY/ADAMS. Hazel G. Aman (Rt. 3, Box 63C, Ashford, AL 36312) would like
correspondence with anyone researching the Adams and Ivey-Ivy families
of Southampton counties VA. late 1700.
MAY/STILL/PORTER. Mildred Morgon (Rt. 7, #41 Niven Dr., Pine Bluff,
Ark. 71603) seeking information on John May who married Susannah Porter
Nov. 15,1777 Pittsylvania Co., VA. Also John Still who married Elizabeth
. Some of the children were George May m. Dicey Still and Gabriel
May m. Elizabeth Still Jan. 14,1817 Pittsylvania Co., VA. Gabriel and Elizabeth
migrated to Tippah Co., MS. about 1836 and on to Ark. 1848 where they died.
Who were the other children? Any information on either of these families
would be appreciated.
BROWN. Vinita Patrick (7217 Alto Rey, El Paso, TX 79912) seeking
information on Richard Johnson Brown b Nov. 10,1847 in Abingdon, Wash.
Ct.,VA. m 1878 in Hawkins Ct., TN. to Francis Jane Grigsby. Was his father
George Brown and his mother Pulcherry Smith as his death certificate states?
DRAPER. Alam W. Adcock (721 Pine Valley Dr., Wilmington, N.C. 28403)
need parents of Thomas Draper d. 1792 Southampton Co., VA. Thomas m. Patience
Denson (dau. of John) 1739 (Pagan Creek Quaker Minutes). Children were:
Jesse m Priscilla Council (dau. of Hardy), Ephraim, Jeremiah, William,
Thomas, Mouring, and Sarah. Would like to correspond with descendants
HOLLEMAN/WOODARD. Mrs. Hope Hotchkiss Niedling (1008 Third St., Stevens
Point, Wis, 54481) Bennett Holleman, son of Josiah Holleman and Nancy
Clark, b. 4 Nov. 1797, isle of Wight, VA. d. Mar. 9,1847 Farmersville,
Indiana (Posey Co.) m. Sarah Woodard b. c 1797 pr. VA. Need date of birth
for Sarah and date and place of marriage; all information of Sarah's parents.
BOWMAN. Sharon Stine (1050 Level Green Blvd., Va. Beach, vA. 23464)
who were the parents of Henry Bowman. His dau. was b.ca 1794 in Amelia
Va. He died before 1809 as his wife Mary Foster Bowman m Peter Farley.
ABERNATHY, Laban 57
ABERNATHY, Maston 57
ABERNATHY, Rebecca 62
ABERNATHY [ALERNATHY], Elisha
ADAMS, Rev. Mr. 71
ADAMS, Benjamin 19
ADAMS, Charles 138
ADAMS, Drury 66
ADAMS, Elizabeth 19
ADAMS, Gray E. A6
ADAMS, Henry W. 109
ADAMS, Isaac 1A,75
ADAMS, Isaac #2 75
ADAMS, James 75
ADAMS, Jane l'^7
ADAMS, John 45
ADAMS, Margaret 19
ADAMS, Nipper 17A
ADAMS, Nipper #2 179
ADAMS, Simon 132
ADAMS, Sylvester 131
ADAMS, Thomas 75
ADAMS, William E. 21
ADKINS, Absolom 65
ADKINS, Jesse 65
ADKINS, Joel 75
AKERS, Mary 128
AKIN, Alexander 99
AKIN, Isam 33
AKIN, Jane 99
AKIN, Jos. 134
AKIN, Thomas 99
AKIN, Thomas (Sr.?) 99
ALBERTSON, Sarah 31
ALBERTSON, Worsell 81
ALDRIDGE, Peter 56
ALDRIDGE, Thomas L. 56
ALEXANDER, Jas. S. 21
ALEXANDER, John 30
ALFORD, Vator 34
ALFRIEND, John Anna 59
ALFRIEND, John W, 56,59
ALFRIEND, Martha S. 56
ALFRIEND, Mary 60
ALLEN, America 171
ALLEN, Anne 113
ALLEN, Archer 125
ALLEN, Gary C. 171
ALLEN, Daniel E. 141
ALLEN, E.H. 60
ALLEN, James 161,173
ALLEN, Mary H. 60
ALLEN, Paul 72
ALLEN, Samuel 125
ALLEN, Samyel 125
ALLEN, William 31,65,115
ALLIN, John 132
ALLIN, Saml. 31
ALSOBROOK, James 19
AMONET, Gharles 33
AMOS, Francis 31
ANCOL, John 82
ANDERSON, Bartlett 10
ANDERSON, Chas. 23,136
ANDERSON, Francis 134
ANDERSON, James 24,26,34,
ANDERSON, Jane Stith 173
ANDERSON, John 131
ANDERSON, John (Sr.) 131
ANDERSON, Jordan 32
ANDERSON, Mary 26
ANDERSON, Matilda 60
ANDERSON, Mede 180
ANDERSON, Nelson 131
ANDERSON, Paulin 135
ANDERSON, Paulin (Col.)
ANDERSON, Richard 134,
ANDERSON, Samuel 24,26
ANDERSON, Sarah 131
ANDERSON, Susannah 69
ANDERSON, Thos. 26,135
ANDERSON, Willm. 91
ANDREWS, Da ^vid 14
ANDREWS, David T. 53
ANDREWS, Henrietta 52
ANDREWS, Jesse 15
ANDREWS, Masy 52
ANDREWS, Nancy 55
ANDREWS, Rhody 59
ANDREWS, Richard 14
ANDREWS, Stephen 14
ANDREWS, Thos. 53
ANGUS, Hannah 28
ANGUS, Hannah Mrs. 83
ANGUS, Isabella 85
ANGUS, John 85(3)
ANGUS, Eliza. 28
ANGUS, Mary 28
ANTHONY, John 109
APPLEWHITE, Henry 19
APPLING, Thomas 100
ARBUCKLE, Samuel 174
ARCHDEACON, Allie 25
ARCHDEACON, Edmund 25
ARCHDEACON, Edward 25,26
ARCHDEACON, James 25
ARCHDEACON, James (Jr.) 25
ARCHER, Edward 28
ARMISTEAD, William A. 72
ARMISTED, John 31
ARNOLD, Benjamin 105
ARRINGTON, Jos. 40
ARRINGTON, William 93
ARTHUR, Wm. 131
ARWHIN, Abraham 26
ARWHIN, Andrew 26
ARWHIN, Christopher 26
ARWHIN, Christopher (Jr.)
ARWHIN, John 26
ARWHIN, Margaret 26
ARWHIN, William 26
ASBE, Joseph 93
ASHBY, Widow 27
ASHBY, John 2 7,84
ASHBY, Sarah 27
ASHLOCK, William 30
ASHTOR, E.S. 38
ATKINS, Aaron 68
ATKINS, Benjamin 23
ATKINS, Jea. 40
ATKINS, Robt. 23,139
ATKINS, William 23
ATKINSON, Saml. 31
ATKINSON, William 66
ATTWOOD, James 177
ATTWOOJJ, James (Sr.) 177
ATWOOD, '"james 175
ATWOOD, Thomas 83
ATWOOT, Mary 175
AUSTIN, John 1J5
AVENT, John 75
AVENT, Thomas 75
AXTEAD, Thomas 29
AYERS, John 105
AYERS, Nathaniel 192
AYERS, Ruimoleh Baker
BACON, Ann(Kelley) 18
BACON, Edmund 101
BACON, Edmund P. 101
BACON, Lyd(d)al Capt,
BACON, Sally 102
BAGBON, Elezebeth 34
BAGLEY, Thomas 173
BAGLEY, William 4A
BAILEY, Azeriah 180
BAILEY, Azeriah #2 180
BAILEY, Henry 6 7
BAILEY, Henry Jr. 75
BAILEY, James C. 21
BAILEY, John 133
BAILEY, Richd. 42
BAILEY, Samuel 41
BAILEY, Shadrick 75
BAILEY, Silles 133
BAIN, Elijah 16
BAIN, Lemuel 116
BAIRD, James 75
BAIRD, _ubin 75
BAKER, Widow 28
BAKER, Abraham 23
BAKER, Andrew 138
BAKER,' Caleb 24,26
BAKER, Caleb (Sr.) 24
BAKER, Douglas 24,139
BAKER, Duglas 138
BAKER, Elizabeth 28
BAKER, Jane 138
BAKER, Jean 138
BAKER, John 26
Baker, John (s of Sam'l)
BAKER, Lewis 28
BAKER, Margaret (d of Sam'l)
BAKER, Margaret 26
BAKER, Martha 138
BAKER, Martha 24
BAKER, Mary 24,137
BAKER, Mary 24
BAKER, Mary #2 137
BAKER, Mary 26
BAKER, Mary 26
BAKER, Robert 24,137
BAKER, Robert(gunsmith) 26
BAKER, Robert 26
BAKER, Robert 24,26
BAKER, Samuel 24,26,138
BAKER, Samuel 24
BALDWIN, Anne(Wimbish) 26
BALDWIN, John 25
BALDWIN, Thomas 23
BALDWIN, William 26
BALEY, Benjamin 32
BALEY, James 32
BALEY, John 32
BALEY, Wm. 33
BALEY, Wm. #2 34
BALL, Harriet 172
BALL, James 45
BALL, Martha 172
BALL, Sally 172
BALL, Sally(HenOricks) 172
BALL, Susan 172
BALLARD, Eliz. 140
BALLARD, Thos. 140
BALLEW, Charles 32
BALLEW, Thomas 32
BALLINGER, John 133
BALLOW, Charles 124
BALLOW, Elizabeth 123
BALLOW, Jordan 167
BALLOW, Temperance (Mrs.)
BALLOW, Thomas 123, 167
BANNISTER, James 28
B ANTON, Wm. 33
BARFOOT, Ambross 86
BARHAM, Anne 21
BARHAM, Benjn. /Benjamin
BARHAM, James 41
BARHAM, Robert 21
BARHAM, Thomas 75
BARKER, Arthur 85
BARKER, Charles 30
BARKER, David 14
BARKER, Jesse 15
BARKER, Joel 14
BARKER, Nancy 14
BARKER, Salley 14
BARKSDALE, Agnes Morton 106
BARKSDALE, Arabella 107
BARKSDALE, Charlotte Ella
BARKSDALE, Claiborne 106
BARKSDALE, Claiborne (Jr.)
BARKSDALE, Claiborne Grief
BARKSDALE, Eliza Lavalette
BARKSDALE, Grief 106
BARKSDALE, Henry 25,26,
BARKSDALE, Jane 106
BARKSDALE, Lucy 106
BARKSDALE, Lucy Jane 107
BARKSDALE, Mary 106
BARKSDALE, Mary Ellen 106
BARKSDALE, Nancy Elliott
BARKSDALE, Nathaniel 136
BARKSDALE, Nathel 26
BARKSDALE, Sarah 106
BARKSDALE, Sarah (Jr.) 106
BARKSDALE, Sarah Ann 106
BARKSDALE, Susan Emmett 107
BARKSDALE, Susannah 106
BARKSDALE, William 106,180
BARKSDALE, Wm. Henry 106
BARLOW, Hugh 27
BARLOW, William 67
BARNES, Benjm. 88
BARNES, Elizabeth 26
BARNES, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 75-
BARNES, Everlina 51
BARNES, Jimmy 26
BARNES, John 40
BARNES, Martha A. 72
BARNES, Mary 40
BARNES, Nancy 41
BARNES, Nathan 40
BARNETT, Mary 140
BARNETT, Richd. 131
BARNS, Delpha 26
BARNS, Catherine 25
BARNS, Frances 26
BARNS, Mary 25
BARNS, Nanny 26
BARNS, Susannah 25
BARNS, Tempe 26
BARNS, William 25
BARRETT, Amanda 58
BARRETT, Mary 149
BARRETT, Thomas 147,149
BARRINGTON, Samuel 27
BARROT, David 81
BARROW, Henry 42
BARRYER, Michl. 130
BARTLET, Darby 81
BASDALE, Higginson 31
BASDELL, Colloar 30
BASKER, Fred W. 52
BASKER, Indiana E. 52
BASKERVILLE, Bettie 63
BASKERVILE, John 34
BASS, Arthur 75
. BASS, Byrd 70
BASS, James (Capt.) 74
BASS, John 173
BASS, John (Sr.) 167
BASS, John W. 165
BASS, Phoebe 108
BASS, Richd. 169
BASS, Samuel 68,179
BASS, Susannah 46
BASS, Thomas 46
BASS, William 10,56
BATES, Jeremiah 102
BATTE, James 67
BATTE, William 67
BATTEN, John 2 7,84
BATTERSBY, Wm. 122
BAUGH, Abraham 32
BAUGH, John M. 56
BAUGH, Joseph 32
BAUGH, Wiiliam Fielding 56
BAULDING, Caleb 173
BAULDING, Ester 173
BAULDING, Thomas 173 .
BAULDING, Thomas (Jr.) 173
BAULDING, William 173
BAULDWIN, Thos. 140
BAXTER (Executor) 7
BAXTER, James 8,9
BAXTER, John, Jno, 7,8,9,
BAXTER, Nancy 8,9
BAXTER, Patcy 9
BAXTER, Patcy(dau. of John)
BAXTER, Petcy(w of John)
BAXTER, Peterson 7,8,9
BAXTER, Polly 7,8,9
BAXTER, Wiley 7,8,9
BAXTER, Wm., William 8,9
BAXTERS, James 7
BAXTERS, John 7
BAYNE, Daniel 10
BEACHAM, Isaac 30
BEAKER, Caleb 22
BEAKER, Caleb (Jr.) 23
BEAKER, Henry 22,23
BEAKER, Martha 23
BEAKER, Samuel 22,23
BEAL, Benjamin (Jr.) 88
BEAL, Benjamin (Sr.) 88
BEAL, Binm. (s. of Richd.)
BEAL, John 88
BEAL, Richard 88
BEAL Plantation 40
BEASLEY, Edwin 73
BEASLEY, John Stith 73
BEASLEY, Richard (Jr.) 176
BEASLY, Thomas 83
BEEL, Joshua 87
BEELT, Raymond 158
BELCHER, Cad 52
BELCHER, Isham 51
BELCHER, Mary 53
BELCHER, Nathan 52
BELCHER, William C. 51
BELL, Henry 126
BELL, John 175
BELL, Robert 83
BELL, Thos. 139
BENFORD, James 68
BENNAT, Ruben 133
BENNAT, William 133
BENNETT, Thos. /Thomas 71
BENNETT, Thos. Jr. 71
BENNITT, Mary(Edwards) 39
BENTLEY, Cynthia 162
BENTLEY, Moss 162
BERRY, Mary (d of Robt.)
BERRY, Mary (w of Robt.)
BERRY, Patience 29
BERRY, Robert 29
BERRYMAN, John 65
BERT, Robert 85
BEST, James 88
BEVAN, John 16
BEVAN, John P. 16
BEVELL, Irena 61
BIGGER, Jno. /John 23,25,
BIGGEN, John 178
BIGGS, Elizabeth 53
BILBO, Harriet 172
BING, George 101
BINGLEY, Joseph 33,167
BINGLEY, Judith 167,168
BINGLEY, Matthew 33
BINNION, William 126
BIRCHETT, Drury 74
BIRCHETT, Edmund 72
BIRCHETT, Mary H. 74
BIRCHETT, Mary Ellen 72
BIRD, Henry D. 59
BIRD, Robt. 25
BIRD, Stephen Moylan 59
BISCOE, Robt. 166
BISHOP, Martitia 36
BISHOP, Matthew 37
BISHOP, Susan 51
BITTLE, William 42
BLACK, Mary 132
BLACK, Thos. /Thomas 131,
BLACKWELDER, Caleb 150
BLACKWELDER, Catherine 150
BLACKWELDER, Elizabeth 150
BLACKWELDER, John 150
BLACKWELDER, Margaret 150
BLACKWELL, Jas . (constable)
BLACKWELL, Thomas 100
BLADES, Elizabeth 133
BLAIR, George 103
BLAND, Maria 54
BLAND, Mary E. 64
BLANKINSHIP, Frs. 52
BLANKINSHIP, RicharB 32
BLANKS, David 67
BLANKS, Ingram 67
BLANKS, James 67
BLANTON, Joshua 92
BLEVIN, Daniel (Sen.) 130
BLEVINS, Daniel (Junr.)
BLICK, Emeline 56
BLUNT, Ben. 42
BLUNT, Sam 42
BOATRIGHT, Benja. 30
BOHLEN, F.WiB. 160
BOISSEAU, Athelina K. 51
BOISSEAU, Benjamin 141,
BOISSEAU, Benjamin H. 60
BOISSEAU, David 60,150
BOISSEAU, Edward L.^ 51
BOISSEAU, James 11,150 .
BOISSEAU, Jane 11
BOISSEAU, Thomas R. 11
BOLITHOE, John 27
BOLITHOE, Yates 27 '
BOLLING, Catherine 12
BOLLING, Harriet M. 58
BOLLING, Robert 12
BOLTER(?), Willam 87
BOND, Bartho. 29
BOND, Edward 31
BOND, John 31
BOND, Moses 30
BOND, Page 30
BONDURANT, John 33
BONDURANT, Joseph 33
BONNEY, Widow 27
BONNEY, Edward 27
BOOKER, Elizabeth 124
BOOKER, Mary 23
BOOKER, W.A.M. 58
BOOKER, Wm. /William 25,
BOOKER, Wm. H. 58
BOOTH, Beverley 42,43
BOOTH, George 82
BOOTH, John 101
BOOTH, Michael 17
BOOTH, Mordecai 101
BOOTH, Moses Sr. 43
BOOTH, Peter 17
BOOTH, Robert 43
BOOTH, Susan A. 56
BORUM, Rd. Jr. 10
BOSWELL, Elizabeth 12
BOSWELL, John L. 171
BOSWELL, Joseph 12
BOSWELL, Martha 171
BOSWELL, William Colget 12
BOULDING, Ann 140
BOULDING, Caleb 140
BOULDING, Elizabeth 140
BOULDING, Ester 140
BOULDING, Hanah 140
BOULDING, John 140
BOULDING, Martha 140
BOULDING, Sarah 140
BOULDING, Thomas 140
BOULDING, Thomas (Sen.)
BOULDING, Thomas Peak 140
BOULDING, William 140
BOUSH, Samuel 28(2)
BOUSH, Samuel (Col.) 27
BOWDON, John 30
BOWER, John 43
BOWERS, John 43
BOWERS, William H. 141
BOWERS, Willis 43
BOWLING, Major 31
BOWMAN, John Sutten 138
BOWMAN, Rial 138
BOYKIN, Arthur 43,44
BOYKIN, William 43
BRAAZEAL, John 23
BRACKETT, John 167
BRACKETT, Ludwell 167
BRADLEY, C.W.(Dr.) 160
BRADLEY, Thos. 34
BRANCH, Boiling 129
BRANCH, Daniel 33
BRANCH, E.W. 63
BRANCH, Jordan (Mrs.) 141
BRANCH, M.C. 64
BRANCH, Newsom 42
BRANCH, Thos. 63
BRANDON, Catherine 54
BRANDON, David 92
BRANDON, Francis 92
BRANDON, Irvin 91
BRANDON, John 92
BRANDON, Richard 54
BRANDON, Willm. 92
BRANFORD, John 33
BRANSCOMB, Thomas 70
BRANTON, Honor 149
BRANTON, James 149
BRANTON, Patty 149
BRAWHITE, Edward 24
BRAY, Edward 82
BREDIN, John 132
BRENER, Mary 117
BRENT, John 177
BRETT, John 85
BREWER. Edmund 177
BREWER, Mary 155
BRIANT, John (Jr.) 88
BRIDGEMAN, Elizabeth A. 53
BRIDGEWATER, Saml. 31
BRIDGMAN, William B. 55
BRIDGMAN, James Wesley 55
BRIGGS, Charles 42
BRIGGS, Gray(Gentleman) 148
BRIGGS, Henry 87
BRILEY, John 132
BRINSON, Widow 27
BRINSON, Henry 86
BRINSON, John 86
BRINSON, John 27
BRINSON, Thomas 84
BRISTER, Nickolas 40
BRISTOW, Caroline W. 59
BRITT, Jesse 70
BRITT, John 69
BRITT, Mary A.B. 60
BROCK, Widow 29
BROCK, Elizabeth 86
BROCK, John 28,86
BROCK, John Jr. 29
BROCK, Samuel 29
BROCK, William 86(2)
BROCK, Winifred 28
BROCKET, Ann 84
BRODNAX, A. (Mrs.) 157
BRODNAX, Ann 156,157
BRODNAX, (Anne?) 156
BRODNAX, Anne (Mrs.) 155 •
BRODNAX, Eleza. (Miss) 157
BRODNAX, Eliza 156
BRODNAX, Elizabeth 154
BRODNAX, Henry 157
BRODNAX, Martha 156 ,
BRODNAX, Reba. 156
BRODNAX, Rebes. 156
BRODNAX, Stephen Edward
BRODNAX, Wm. /William
BRODNAX, Wm.(Capt.) 156
BROME, Thos. 30
BROOKS, Larkin 133
BROOKS, Thos. /Thomas
BROUGH, E.H. 63
BROUGH, J. A. 64
BROUGHTON, Adam 84
BROUGHTON, Caty 134
BROUGHTON, John 134
BROWDER, Nancy 63
BROWDER, William 148
BROWN, Alice (Mrs.) 87
BROWN, Burwell 70
BROWN, Daniel 11
BROWN, Daniel (Jr.) 100
BROWN, DanieKSenr.) 100
BROWN, Edward 28,86
BROWN, Elizabeth P. 11
BROWN, George 13,134
BROWN, Henry 16
BROWN, James 16,87,149,
BROWN, Jeames 30
BROWN, John 68,131
BROWN, Joseph 176
BROWN, Joshua 130
BROWN, Lucy 128
BROWN, Mary 39
BROWN, Richard 131
BROWN, Richardson 39
BROWN, Saml. /Samuel
BROWN, Sarah 62
BROWN, Wi. 23
BROWN, William -16,149,
BROWNE, Benjamin 16
BROWNE, James 16
BROWNING, James 139
BRUKEY, Jarot 32
BRUMBELAW, Frances 112
BRYAN, Fred. 10
BRYAN, John 44,82
BRYAN, Thomas 138
BRYAND, Jean 137
BRYAND, John 137
BRYAND, Mar then 137
BRYAND, Marthen (Jr.) 137
BRYAND, Molly 137
BRYAND, Robt. 137
BRYAND, Thomas 137
BRYANT, Geo. Silas 158
BRYANT, James 33
BRYANT, John 31,88,123
BRYANT, John (Senr.) 88
BUCHANON, Neil (Sr.) 155
BUCK, Widow 28
BUCK, George 28
BUCK, Lydia 28
BUCK(?), Hardy 87
BUCKLEY, John 65,135
BUCKNER, Anthony 91
BUCKTROUT, Charles 105
BULLOCK, William 14
BULSON, Richard 88
BUMPAS, William 23,24
BURCH, Benjamin 133
BURFOOT, Col. 163
BURFOOT, Ambross 27
BURFOOT, Rosabella 159
BURGESS, Alice 27
BURGESS, John 27
BURKS, Richard 138
BURNER, John 30
BURNET, John 31
BURROUGH, Christopher 86
BURT, William 69
BURTON, Edith 45
BURWELL, Elizabeth 147
BURWELL, John (Gentleman)
BUSH, George 84
BUSH, Nancy 161
BUSKEY, Moses 81
BUTLER, Annie E. 58
BUTLER, Jonathan 58
BUTLER, Thomas H. 152
BUTT, John 83
BUTTERWORTH, Benjamin 141
BUTTS, John 66
BUTTS, Peter 66
BYAN, Thomas 139
BYERS, William 17
BYNUM, Harry 69
BYNUM, Turner 69
CABANISS, Cornelius A. 57
CABANISS, John 57
CABANISS, Sarah 57
CABANISS, Sarah E. 57
CABINESS, Asa 100
CABINESS, Chas. /Charles 100
CABINESS, John 100
CABINESS, Wm. /William 100
CAIN, George 66
CAIN, Lewellin R. 21
CAIN, Micajah 75
CAIN, Michael 102
CAINE, Ella Denoon 158
CAIRY, Jas. 91
CAISON, Benjamin 91
CAISON, Larkin 91
CAISON, Thos. 91
CALDWELL, (Jr.) 178
CALDWELL, Allen 92
CALDWELL, Andrew 175
CALDWELL, Delphia 178
CALDWELL, Elizabeth 175
CALDWELL, Ellinor 136,137
CALDWELL, George 178
CALDWELL, Henry 175
CALDWELL, Henry (b of Thos.)
CALDWELL, Jno./John 24,25,
CALDWELL, Joh. 178
CALDWELL, Paul 175
CALDWELL, Robt. 177
CALDWELL, Sarah 175
CALDWELL, Thomas 137,175,
CALDWELL, Thomas (Jr.) 175
CALDWELL, Violet 175
CALICOT, James 138
CALLAND, Samuel/Saml. 133,
CALWELL, John 91
CAMP, Gresn 46
CAMP, John 33,65
CAMPBELL, Bersheba 17
CAMPBELL, Willm. /William
CANAPAX, William 134
CANNON, Benja. 30
CANNON, Jearemiah 30
CANYAX, John 34
CAPLIN, John 134
CARDWELL, Daniel 92
CARDWELL, Elizabeth 147
CARDWELL, Henry 147
CARDWELL, Jane 147
CARDWELL, Thomas/ Thos.
CARDWELL, Thomas (Sr.) 14 7
CARGILL, Nathaniel (Gen.)
CARLAS, Archer 75
CARLES, William 75
CARNALL, Bernard- 92
CARNER, Lucy 127
GARNER, William 127
CARR, William 180
CARRINGTON, George (Col.)
CARROWAY, Ann 81
CARROWAY, John 84
CARROWAY, John (Senr.) 81
CARROWAY, Wm. 82
CARSLEY, John 105
CARTER, Charles 31
CARTER, Elizabeth 107
CARTER, Frances 107
CARTER, Jane 107
CARTER, Jno./John 31,90,
CARTER, John #2 31
CARTER, Pleasant 172
CARTER, Richard 92,179
CARTER, Richd. (gunsmith)
CARTER, Theoderick 92
CARTER, Theodorick 139
CARTER, Thomas 170
CARTOR, Robart 30
CARTWRIGHT, Widow 29
CARTWRIGHT, William 29
GARY, William 178
CASEY, W. 16
CATTRON, Charles 132
CAUDLE, David 149
CAUDLE, Jesse 149
' CAUDLE, Joseph 149
CAUDLE, William W. 115
CAUTHON, Willm. 90
CELY, Obedience 115
CHALLES, Hugh 26
CHAMBERS, Jas". /James P. ' 54
CHAMBERS, Mary T. 61
CHAMBLISS, Sallie 57
CHAMBLISS, Wm. 42
CHANDLER, Amy A. 55
CHANDLER, Joseph 135
CHANDLER, Robert 130
CHANDLER, William 102
CHANLOR, Robert 34
CHAPMAN, Widow 27
CHAPMAN, Henry (Capt.)
CHAPMAN, James 82
CHAPMAN, Nicholas 27
CHAPMAN (?) Elizabeth
CHAPMAN (?) Joyce 29
CHAPPEL, Georpe 29
CHAPPEL (?) Isabella 29
CHAPPELL, James (Rev.)
CHAPPELL, James M. 62
CHAPPELL, Harriet 59
CHAPPELL, Thos. /Thomas
CHAPPELL, William 76,
CHARLES, Jethro 44
CHARLES, (?) 174
CHARLTON, David 45
CHARROON, Ann 126
CHARROON, Anthony 125,
CHARROON, Anthony (Jr.)
CHARROON, Chariey 126
CHARROON, Isaiah 126
CHARROON, Sarah 127
CHARROON, Susanah 126
CHASTEEN, John 33
CHASTEEN, John #2 33
CHATLING, Routon 147
CHATMAN, John 90
CHATMAN, Nathan 90
CHEATHAM, Betheny 25
CHEATHAM, John 25
CHEATHAM, Jonathan 25
CHEELY, Elizabeth A.
CHERROON, Sarah 126
CHESHIRE, Richard (Capt)
CHETHAM, Francis 33
CHILDRESS, Ester 140
CHILDRESS, Sally 128
CHILDRESS, Sam. 34
CHILDREY, India A. 58
CHILDREY, John 62
■ CHILDREY, Martha 108
CHILDREY, Wm. 58,62
CHILES, Jno./John. 131,
CHITWOOD, Wm. 33
CHODOIN, Francis 33
CHRISTIAN, Israel 130
CHRISTION, Thos. 30
CLAIBORNE, Daniel 168
CLAIBORNE, H.A. 63
CLAIBORNE, Mary 59
CLANTON, Holt 41
CLANTON, Jesse 22
CLANTON, John 41
CLANTON, Joseph 20
CLANTON, William 41
CLARDY, Benjamin 10
CLARK, Charles 33
CLARK, Edwin 152
CLARK, John 138
CLARK, Joshua 68
CLARK, Josiah 123
CLARK, Peter 68
CLARK, Thomas 138
CLARK, William 31
CLARKE, Agness 140
CLARKE, John (Maj.)
CLARKE, Joseph 172
CLARKE, Nancy 150
CLARKE, Shadrick 99
CLARKE, William 150
CLARY, Joseph 118
CLARY, Benjamin 117
CLARY, George 118
CLARY, James 118
CLARY, Herod 117, 118
CLARY, Jincey 118
CLARY, John 117,118
CLARY, Lucy 117,118
CLARY, Hour 118
CLARY, Robinson 118
CLAY, Charles 166
CLAY, Green 166
CLAY, Henry 32
CLAY, Henry Jr. 32
CLAY, Matthew 133,135
CLAY, Michel 32
CLAY, Thomas 27
CLAY, William 32
CLAYPOOL, A.F. 54
CLAYPOOL, Mary Ann 54
CLEAMONS, Edward 30
CLEATON, John 119
CLEMENTS, Richard P.
CLEVER, John 132
CLOUD, Isaac 131
COB, (?) 88
COBB, Burgoine 40
COBB, Exum 41
COBB, Hardy 88
COBB, John 88
COBB, Kinchen 40
COBB, Lazs. 88
COBB, Matw. 88
COBB, Sally 40
COBB, Samuel Sr. 40
COBBS, John 46
COBBS, Thos. 93
COCK, John 31
COCK, Thos. 33
COCKE, Christopher(Capt . )
COCKE, Elizabeth 85
COCKE, Eliza (Green)
COCKE, James 168
COCKE, Mary 84
COCKE, Richard H. 168
COCKE, Sarah i ""■
COCKE, Thomas 65
COCKE, William A. ( Jr. )
COCKROFT, William 86
COFFEE, Bettie 176
COFFEE, Joshua 175,176
COFFEE, Lydia 176
COFFEE, Peter 175,176
COFFEE, Susanna 176
COFFEE, William 176
COKER, Charles W. 56
COKER, James 69
COKER, Mary Frances 56
COKER, Wilson 42
COLE, James 138
COLE, John 174,176
COLE, Mary 53
COLE, Peter 55
COLE, Reuben 55
COLE, William 174
COLEMAN, A.C. 64
COLEMAN, Augusta 64
COLEMAN, Danill 31
COLEMAN, Joseph C. 59
COLEMAN, Mariah L. 61
COLEMAN, May 52
COLEMAN, Nathaniel W.
COLEMAN, Robt. 61
COLEMAN, Thos. 31
COLEMAN, William 170
COLES, Isaac (Jr.) 135
COLLIER, Ann 67
COLLIER, Daniel 66
COLLIER, John 69
COLLIER, Robert R.
COLLIER, Thomas 67
COLLINS, John 180
COMANN, John 75
COMER, Elizabeth 134
COMER, Mary 134
COMER, Samuel 134
COMLY, Barton 92
COMPTON, Richard 10
CONDON, James 85
CONN'- V .') Caty 117
CONNYER, John 29
CONWAY, Clasy 56
CONWAY, John 54,61
CONWAY, Mary E. 61
COOK, Elizabeth 59
COOK, James 149
COOK, James (Sr.) 149
COOK, Jos, 131
COOMER, Richd. 90
COOPER, Dempsey 88
COOPER, George 18
COOPER, Thomas (Dr.) 11
COPLAND, Richard 130
CORNICK, John 87
CORNISH, Elias 28
CORPREW, Thomas(Capt . )
COTANCE, Thomas 86
COTANCE, William 27
COTTON, James 81
COURTNEY, Lavella 160
COWDON, James 133
COWDON, William 133
COX, Dick 134
COX, Francis 180
COX, Henry 180
COX, John 34,132
COX, Sallie 56
CRADDOCK, John 10
CRAGHED, Robert 33
CRAIG, James (Rev.)
CRAWLEY, Alfred T. 101
CRAWLEY, Patrick 73
CRAWLEY, Rosina (Mrs.)
CREASEY, John 30
CREED, Thomas 28
CREED (?) Eliza. 28
CRENSHAW, Abner 102
CRENSHAW, Daniel 170
CRENSHAW, John 139,
CRENSHAW, Robert 151
CREW, Pleasant 99
CREWS, David 180
CRICHTON J. /Jas . /James
CRICHTON, William A. 74
GRISLY, Col. 134
CRITTENDON, Jno. .5 8 "■
CRITTENDON, Mary 58
CRITTENDON, Sarah B.
CROCKETT, William 25
CROFT, Mary 62
CROSS, Claiborn 148
CROSS, Daniel 62
CROSS, Elizabeth 148
CROSS, Elizabeth J. 62
CROSS, James L. 55
CROSS, Ro. Daniel 55
CROSS, Susanna 148
CROWDER, Emeline J. 53
CROWDER, Rosea 53,54
CROWDER, Joseph 62
CROWDER, Martlia 62
CROWDER, Mary E. 54
CROWDER, Peterson 53
CROWLEY, John . 45
CRUMP, A(bner ) 166
CRUMP, Richard 167
CRUMP, Richard (Col . )
CRUTCilER, Henry 167
CRUTCHER, John 167
CRUTCHFR, Thomas 167
CRUTER, Leonard 167
CRYMES, Keziali lUO
CRYMES, Leonard 100
CULLINS, Josiah 89
CUNINGHAM, Jeames 31
CUNINGHAM, Jeames Jr.
CUNINGHAM, Jonathan 31
CUNLIFF(E), Charles 168
CUNNINGHAM, Samuel 136,
CUNNINGHAM, Tho. 136
CURD, Edward 127
CURTIS, John 4
CURTIS, Jno. D. 100
DABNEY, Charles W. 160
DABNEY, Isham Eppes 144
DABNEY, Lucy Ann 160
DABNEY, Robt. K. 160
DABNEY, William 149
DAINS, Jacob 132
DALTON, James 131
DALTON, John 133
DALTON, Randolph 1 3"!
DALTON, Timothy 131
DANCE, Mary L. 64
DANCE, R . H . 64
DANCE(?), Jno. R.H. 60
DANCEY, Francis 70
DANDRIDGF, Sncad 162
DANIEL, James M. 179
DANIEL, M. (Cap. ) 179,
DANIEL, William 125
DANIELI,, Williams 31
UARDAN, Gcorne 181
DASHIFL, Josiah 42
DAUGHTRFV, John 88
DAl'LEY, Lawrence 28
DAVIDSON, Ambrous 2i
DAVIDSON, Ann 2i
DAVIDSON, Daniel 2i
DAVIDSON, Elizabeth 23
DAVIDSON, Georee 2 3
DAVIDSON, John 2i
DAVIDSON, Joshua 23
DAVIDSON, Richard 23
DAVIDSON, Sally 140
DAVIDSON, William 23,25
DAVIES, George 25,26
DAVIFS, 6 3
DAVIS, Ann 7
DAVIS, Charles 33,75
DAVIS, Chas. C. 64
DAVIS, Edmund 27
DAVIS, Edwin 44
DAVIS, Frances 12,72
DAVIS, Frederick 70
DAVIS, Hardie 75
DAVIS, Hartwell 63
DAVIS, James 33
DAVIS, Jas. W. 63,64
DAVIS, JimCfree Negro)
DAVIS, John 30,133
DAVIS, Jos. B. 169
DAVIS, Margret 178
DAVIS, Mary Ann 73
DAVIS, Matthew 67
DAVIS, Nichles 31
DAVIS, Sam' 1. /Samuel
DAVIS, Sarah 25
DAVIS, Wyatt 75
DAVIS(?), Robt. H. 60
DAVISON, Ann 23
DAVISON, John 23
DAVISON, Joshua 23
DAVISON, Wm. 23
DAVY, Peter 33
DAWSON, Plantation 40
DEANE, John 167
DEANE, John (Sr. ) 169
DEANE, Peter F. 169
DEANE, Phillip 167
DEARMORE, Honour 85(2)
DEARMOKE, Robert (the
younger ) 8 5
DEBORD, George 31
DEDMAN, John E. 52
DFDMAN, Saml. 52
DEJARNAT, Elias 173
DEJARNAT, Jno. Thomas
DEJARNAT, Marrymiah 173
DEJARNAT, Mary 138
DEJARNAT, Rebeca 173
DEJARNET, Thomas 181
DEJARNATT, Daniel 23
DEJARNATT, Daniel (Jr. )
DEJARNATT, John 23
DEJARNATT, Lidia 23
DEJARNATT, Martha 23
DEJARNATT, Martia 23
DEJARNATT, Mary 23
DEJARNETT, Daniel 138
DEJERNATT, Mary 138
DELACY, Walter 103
DELO^fY, Fanny 169
DELONY, Wm. H. (Dr.) 73
DENEALS, James 168
DENNEY, William 85
DENOON, Bernice L. 158
DENOON, Ester S. 159
DENOON, Eval 158
DENOON, James 159
DENSON, Jane W. 58
DENSON, Joseph 4A
DENSON, Took A3
DENT, Sary 100
DENTON, James 130,131
DEPEE, John 33
DEPP, Peter 168
DEPP, Peter (Jr.) 33
DEPP, William 168
DERBY, Martha A. 5A
DERBY, Perry L. 54
DESMORE, Frances 86
DESMORE, Jas. /James 83,
DEVENPORT, Cathaarine 23
DEVENPORT, James 23
DEVENPORT, Julis 32
DEW, Thomas R. 5A
DEW, Wm. 54
DEWEY, Mr. 156,157
DEWEY, Mrs. 156,157
DEWEY, Stephen 15A
DEWPRIE, Joseph 102
DICKENS, Christepher 31
DICKENSON, Henry 141
DICKINSON, Henry 174
DICKSON, Thomas 180,181
DILLEHAY, Charles 69
DILLEHAY, John 75
DILLIARD, James 131
DILLIEN, Henery 31
DILLIN, William 31
DILLION, James 34
DILLON, Thomas 180
DIXON, Ann 101
DIXON, Henry 101
DIXON, Tilman S. ' 101
DIXSON, John 84
DOBBIE, William 89
DOBIE, Nathaniel 15
DOBIE, Nathaniel Jr. 15,19
DOBIE, William 15,16
DOBIE, ALIAS DOBEY, Nathaniel
DOBSON, Ann 87
DOBSON, Joseph 28
DOBSON, Mary 87
DODSON, Calep 92
DODSON, Jos. (Jr.) 93
DODSON, Jose££ 92
DODSON, Joshua 133
DODSON, Thos. 92
DODSON, Thomas (Jr.) 91
DONNEL, Jane 137
DONNEL, James 137
DONNEL, James (Jr.) 137
DONNELL, James 136
DONNELL, James (Jr.) 136
DONNELL, Jean 136
DONNELL, Jean (Jr.) 136
DONNELL, John 136
DONNELL, Margrit 136
DONNELL, Mary 136
DONNELL, William 136
DOREING, Widow 28
DOREING, John 28
DORSETT, A.S. 161
DORSETT, T.B. 161
DORSON, Martin 43
DOSS, Elizabeth 130
DOSS, John 130
DOUGLAS, Thomas 181
DOWDY, Jeames 32
DOXON, Mary 91
DRAKE, Ethed. 87
DRAKE, John 88
DRAKE, Thomas 88
DRAKE, William 31,40
DRAKE, Zelpha (Kirby) 40
DRAPER, Solloman 153
DRAPER, William 153
DREW, B. 43
DREWRY, Emmet t A. 55
DREl-JRY, James 55
DREWRY, John 46
DRIVER, Giles 32'
DROMGOOLE, Edward (Jr.)
DROUT, Caleb 84
DUDLEY, Richard 84
DUDLEY, Wm. 34
DUGAR, Agnes 57
DUGAR, James H. 57
DUGAR, Wm. H. 57
DUGGER, Frances 12
DUGGER, John 12
DUGGER, Nancy (Edwards) 39
DUGGER, Polley 39
DUGLAS, Robart 30
DUGLASS, Alexander 91
DUKE, James 63
DUKE, May 63
DUNANT, Rebecca G. 72
DUNCAN, Frederick 133
DUNCAN, James 46
DUNFORD, Philip 30
DUNKLEY, John 181
DUNN, Benjamin 16
DUNN, Kate J. 159
DUNN, Morris 75
DUNN, Robt. 159
DUNN, Thomas 16
DUNN, Waters 130
DUNN, William 67
DUNNAVANT, M.W. 71
DUPREE, Henry 151
DUPREE, Jacob 68
DUPREE, Jeremiah 70
DUPREE, John (Junr.) 70
DUPREE, John (Senr.) 69
DUPREE, Lewis (Junr.) 69
DUPREE, Lewis (Senr.) 69
DUPREE, Thomas (Junr.) 69
DUPREE, Thomas (Senr.) 69
DUPREY, Haley 68
DUPREY, William 68
DUPUY, Petgr 167
DUVAL, Benj. R. 60
DUVAL, Sarah M. 60
EAGLESTON, Richard 32
FANES, John 55
EANES, William S. 55
EASLEY, Daniel 33
EASLEY, John 179
EASLEY, Worren 32
EAST, John 177
EASTER, Mary 37
EASTER, William 82 -
ECHOLS, Benjamin 89
ECHOLS, Elizabeth 134
ECHOLS, Elkanah 134
ECHOLS, James 179
ECHOLS, Moses 91
ECHOLS, Richard 91
ECKELS, Moses 134
ECKLES, Elizabeth 53
EDINGS, Thomas LOVEL 87
EDMUNDS, Elizabeth 40
EDMUNDS, Howell Jr. 40
EDWARD, Andrew 31
EDWARD, Brambley 38
EDWARDS, Benja. 91
EDWARDS, Brambl(e)y 38,39
EDWARDS, David 87,88
EDWARDS, George 42
EDWARDS, Jesse 39,73
EDWARDS, John 88
EDWARDS, Jonah 88
EDWARDS, Mary E. 53
EDWARDS, Simon 24
EDWARDS, Solomon 167
EDWARDS, William 44,88,
EDWARDS, Wm. N.H. 53
EIKER, Peter 104
ELAM, Nancy 52,152
ELAM, Wm. /William 32,45
ELAM, Wm. W. 152
ELAM, Wm. W. (Jr.) 152
ELDER, Burwell 53
ELDER, Daniel 148
ELDER, Edmund 148,149
ELDER, Robert 148
ELDRIDGE, John J. 20
ELDRIDGE, Mary 20
ELDRIDGE, Rebekah Ann 20
ELDRIDGE, Rolfe 124,127
ELEY, Eli 42,44
ELLETT, Martha A. 162
ELLIOTT, Andrew 106
ELLIOTT, Mary Allen 106
ELLIOTT, Thomas 147
ELLIS, Henry 18
ELLIS, Iddo (Dr.) 72
ELLIT, George 92
ELMORE, Adalitha 61
ELMORE, Caroline 61
EMMINS, Nancy E. 54
EMMINS (?) 61
EMPERER, Elizabeth ' 84
EMPERER, Tully 84
EMPEROLTR, Mary 109
EMPEROUR, Tully 109
ENDION, John Ward 32
ENGLISH, Nathan 40
EPPERSON, Francis 34
Henry W. 73
Henry K. 18
EUSTACE, John H. 162
EUSTACE, Martha J. 162
Wm. /William 54,171
William (Sr.) 171
William (Mrs.) 156
Willm. (Capt.) 91
EWING, Ann 24
EWING, Charles 24
EWING, Geo. /George 24,25,
EWING, Jams./Jas. 25,26,
EWING, James Jr. 137
EWING, Jane 24
EWING, Margaret 137
EWING, Margaret (d of Samuel)
EWING, Margaret (w of Samuel)
EWING, Martha 23
EWING, Martha (Baker) 24
EWING, Mary 23
EWING, Mary( Baker) 24
EWING, Nathl. /Nathaniel
EWING, Oliver 24
EWING, Robert 24
EWING, Samuel (Capt.) 24
EWING, Samuel (gs. of Samuel)
EZELL, Isaac 76
EZILL, Thomas 76
EZILL, Thomas (Sr.) 76
FAGANS, Joseph 133
FAGANS, Mary 133
FAIRCLOTH, Ephraim 42
FAIRCLOTH, Jno./John 42,44
FAMBOUEGH, Anderson 179
FARGASON, Joseph 130
FARGUSON, William 102
FARLEY, Arthur 167
FARLEY, Francis 32
FARLEY, Henry Sr. 22
FARLEY, Matthew 167
FARLEY, Thos. 34
FARMER, Archabald 89
FARMER, David 89
FARMER, Enock 181
FARMER, Frederick 89,181
FARMER, Henry 181
FARMER, Henry (Jr.) 89
FARMER, Henry Sen. 89
FARMER, Nancy (Crymes) 100
FARRAR, John W. 168
FARISS, Edward H. 162
FARRISS, Alice 162
FARRISS, Calvin Marshall
FARRISS, Edward D. 162
FEAILDS, Bartle 32
FEAILDS, Prichard 31
FEILD, John 58
FEILD, Minna B. 58
FELTS, Archibald 76
FELTS, Jessee 76
FELTS, John 64
FELTS, Nathaniel 76
FENNELL, Isham 70
FENTRIS, Aron 27
FENTRIS, Frances 27
FENTRIS, William 28
FENTRISS, Aron 28,29
FENTRISS, Dinah 28
FENTRISS, Eliza 29
FENTRISS, Hezekiah 29
FENTRISS, William 29
FERGUSON, Elizabeth 55
FIELDER, Ann 177
FIELDER, Bartholomew 177
FIFE, William 27
FINCHLEY, Margret(Mrs.) 85
FINCKLEY, Thos. 87
FINNEY, William 121,159
FINNIE, William 120
FINNIES, D. 77
FIRE, John 76
FIRE, William 75
FISHER, Christopher 12
FISHER, Daniel 65
FISHER, Edward 41
FISHER, James 112
FISHER, John 112,139
FISHER, Jonathan 35
FISHER, Martha Hill 12
FISHER, Sarah 46
FISHER, Sarah V. 12
FISHER, Wm. F. 72
FITMASH, John 9
FITMASH, Polly 9
FITMASH, Sally (Baxter) 9
FITZGARALD, Christopher 89
FITZGERALD, Henry(the elder)
FITZGERALD, Mary 84
FITZGERALD, Wm. 84
FLEAMON, Charles 31
FLEAMON, Samson 30
FLESHOOD, William 72
FLOID, Griffin 87
FLOURNOY, David 23,24 167
FLOURNOY, George W. 158
FLOURNOY, Gideon 167
FLOURNOY, Matt. /Matthew
FLOURNOY, Thos. /Thomas
FLOWER, Josiah 17
FLOWERS, Absalom 14
FLOWERS, David 14
FLOWERS, Thos. 130
FLOYD, Jordan 73
FLOYD, Sarah 73
FLURNEY, Samuel 133
FOARD, Martha Jane 60
FOARD, William 60
FOLLET, Francis 72
FOLLET, Mary M.C. 72
FOLSOM, Israel 40
FORD, Bety 23
FORD, Christ 138
FORD, William 125
FORE, John 125
FORLINES, Wm. 167
FORSEY, Stephen 33
FORT, Frederick 76
FORT, John J. 42
FOSTER, George 102
FOSTER, Moses 41
FOSTER, Robert 178
FOWLER, John 166
FOWLER, Joseph 148,149
FOWLER, Martha 148
FOWLER, Mary 148
FOWLER, Mary Briggs 149
FOWLER, Titus 43
FOWLER, William 88
FOWLER, Killey 149
FOWLKES, Henry 102
FOWLKES, M.A.V. 51
FOWLKES, Samuel 102
FOWLKES, Sterling 102
FOWLKES, Thomas 102
FOWLKES, Wm. S. 51
FOX, John 68
FOX, Mary Moylan 59
FRANCIS, Thomas 43
FRASER, Alexander 23
FRASER, Margaret 11
FRASER, Simon 11
FREELAND, James 162
FREEMAN, Arthur 76
FREEMAN, Edward 100
FREEMAN, Martha 100
FRENCH, Andrew 175
FRENCH, Hugh 45
FRETWELL, Thos. Freman 31
FRIEND, Edwin W. 57
FRIEND, John W. 57
FRIZELL, Widow 27
FRIZELL, DanieKSr.) 27
FROST, Clarissa 51
FULTON, Ann 136
FULTON, Catherin 136
FULTON, Elizabeth 136
FULTON, James 136
FULTON, Jean 136
FULTON, John 23,136,139
FULTON, JohnCson of Mary)
FULTON, Mary 136,178
FULTON, Mary (Jr.) 136
FULTON, Rosana 178
FULTON, Rose 136
FUQUAY, Judith 178
GAINES, Betty 160
GAINES, Harry 160
GALISPEI, Francis 178
GALISPIE, David 174
GALLAWAY, James 132
GAMBLE, Ginnet 131
GAMBLE, Samuel 131
GANNAWAY, John 172
GARDEN, Alexander 177
GARDEN, Ann 177
GARDEN, Jas. /James 138,177
GARDEN, James (Rev. Mr.) 26
GARDEN, James (Jr.) 177
GARDEN, John 177
GARDEN, Sarah 177
GARDEN, Sarah (Jr.) 177
GARDEN, Sarah (Wimbish)
GARDNER, James 88
GARDNER, Jesse 88
GARDNER, John 88
GARDNER, Thomas 27
GARRETT, James 101
GARRETT, Jno. 140
GARRETT, Thomas 99
GARRISON, Stephen 104
GARROTT, Jacob 173
GARROTT, John 178
GARY, Ann 11
GARY, John 11
GARY, Richard 15
GASAWAY, Benjamin 18
GASKIN, Job 87
GEE, Charles 15
GEE, Charles Jr. 19
GEE, Henry 75
GEE, James 102
GEE(?), Henry 76
GENT, John 91
GEORGE, Jonedab 180
GERVIS, Robert 87
GIBSON, Margaret 46
GIBSON, Thomas 19
GILES, Nicholas 32
GILL, Emma F. 53
GILL, Edward B. 11
GILL, Mary A.G. 11
GILL, Nancy F. 53
GILL, Wm. M. 53
GILLESPIE, Frenke 25
GILLESPIE, George 25
GILLESPIE, James 25
GILLESPIE, Robert 25
GILLESPIE, William 25
GILLIAM, Henry R. 19
GILLIAM, Jeames 30
GILLIAM, Levi 21
GILLIAM, Levi S. 21
GILLIAM, Marius 72
GILLIAM, Robert 64
GIPSON, Harrod 34
GISBORN, Jane 81
GLENN, John 102
GLENN, T3T:ee 102
GLIDEWELL, Isaac N. 141
26 GLOVER, Jones 76
GLOVER, Phinehas 30
GODFREY, Dinah 83
. GODFREY, John 83(3)
GODFREY, Mathev 82'
GOFF, Samuel 32
COIN, Shadrick 90
GOING, Chas. 90
GOING, Shadrick 180
GOLDSBY, Peter 123
GOOD, Bennet" 34
GOOD, Frances 45
GOOD, George B. 106
GOOD, Robert 33
GOODE, Anne Ford 107
GOODE, Benjamin 107
GOODE, Edward 108
GOODE, Elder Edward 109
GOODE, Elizabeth 108
GOODE, Eliza Jane 108
GOODE, Elsee 108
GOODE, Francis 168
GOODE, George 107
GOODE, Harriett 108
GOODE, Jane 108
GOODE, John 45,107
GOODE, John (Jr.) 107
GOODE, John B. 108
GOODE, John B.(Col.) 108
GOODE, John C. 109
GOODE, Joseph 107
GOODE, Judith W. 108
GOODE, Louisa 108
GOODE, Mack 108
GOODE, Margaret 107
GOODE, Martha (Children'
GOODE, Mary H. 108
GOODE, Octavia 108
GOODE, Phoebe (Jr.) 108
GOODE, Phoebe(Bass) 108
GOODE, Polly 108
GOODE, Rebeccah 108
Robt. Km. 108
GOODE, Sarah 107
GOODE, Semantha 0. 108
GOODE, Spencer R. 108
GOODE, Susanna 108
GOODE, Tappoley 108
GOODE, Thadeus D. 108
GOODE, William 166
GOODE, William (Jr.) 102
GOODE, William (Maj . ) 107,
GOODE, William R. 108
GOODMAN, Joel 92
GOODRICH, Benjamin 66
GOODRICH, Briggs 113
GOODRICH, William 69
GOODWIN, Albert T. 141
GOODWIN, Armistead 66
GOODWIN, Esau 66
GOODWIN, Leonard 170
GOODWIN, Sallie 57
GOODWYN, Boswell (Jr.) 150
GOODWYN, Burwell T. 21
GOODWTN, Edward A. 58
GOODWYN, James 55
GOODWYN, Matthew Peterson 58
GOODWYN, 'Polona A. 55
GORDAN, Elizabeth 101
GORDAN, Richard 101
GORDON, Jane 22
GORDON, John 22
GORDON, John (Jr.) 22
GORDON, Mary 22
GORDON, Sarah 22
GORDON, Thomas 134,135
GORIN, J.D. 19
GOULDIN, John 167
GOULDIN(G), Willm. 167
GRAHAM, Archibald 130
GRAHAM, John 139
GRAHAM, Mary 13,24
GRAHAM, Rose 82
GRAHAM, Samuel 24
GRAHAM, Thos. 24,139
GRAHAM, William 13
GRASTY, John 135
GRAVEN, John 176,177
GRAVEN, Lucy 176
GRAVEN, Mary 176,177
GRAVES, John 91
GRAVES, William 76
GRAY, Adin 132
GRAY, Benjamin ^0
GRAY, Geo. T. 54
GRAY, Jeremiah 132
GRAY, Naf 1. 5A
GRAYSON, Ben 100
GREEN, Abraham 168
GREEN, Benjamin 76
GREEN, Thos. /Thomas
GREENE, Maj. Gen. 179
GREENHILL, Paschall 175
GREENWOOD, H.F. 17
GRESSWITT, William 40,88
GRIFFIN, Anthony 138'
GRIFFIN, Diana L. 13
GRIFFIN, William 13
GRIFFIN, William L. 13
GRIFIN, John Tayloe 124
GRIGG, Burwell 67
GRIGG, Charles 147
GRIGG, Elizabeth 61
GRIGG, Frederick 67
GRIGG, Jane 147
GRIGG, Jessy 70
GRIGG, Lewis Senr. 67
GRIGG, Mary 147
GRIGG, Ruth 147
GRIGG, Sarah 52
GRIGG, Wm. 147
GRIGGS, John 180
GRIMES, David 132
GRIMES, Francis 132
GRINDSTONE, John 69
GRISWALD, Chauncey 52
GRISWOLD,, Marvin R. 52
GRIZZARD, Ambros 76
GRIZZARD, David 19
GRIZZARD, Thomas 41,43
GRIZZARD, William 76
GROSS, Isaac 132
GRUBBS, Wilmoth 51
GUILD, Walter 132
GUIN, Wm, 135
GUISBORN, Jane 28
GUISBORN, John 28
GUNN, Jas. 91
GURLEY, George 44
GUTHREY, Thos. 91
GUTHRY, Travis 181
GUTTREY, Thos. 30
•GUY, James 28
GUY, Patrick 84
GWALTNEY, Ro. 46
GWEN, Henry 92
•GWIN, Widow 28
GWIN, Joseph 28
GWYN, Nicholas 180
HADDEN, Edmund 59
HADDEN, Mary E. 59
HAGUE, Bernard 158
HAGUE, Burliek 158
HAGUE, Etta G. 158
HAGUE, L.G. 158
HAGUE, Louisa 158
HUGUE, R.F. 158
HAGUE, Wm. D. 158
HAIL, Benjamin 77
HAIL, Benjamin (Jr.) 76
HAIL, John 77
HAIL, Micajah 77
HAILES, Linton 17
HAILES, Micajah 17
HAILES, Sherod 17
HALCOMBE, Phil 24
HALES, John 105
HALEY, Henry 70
HALEY, James 70
HALL, Eliza(Murphrey) 163
HALL, Harriet T. 56,59
HALL, James 41,46
HALL, John 6
HALL, Martha 167
HALL, Martha A. 62
HALL, Nathan 136
HALL, Thos. /Thomas 34,154
HALL, William 62
HALLAWAW, Jeames 31
HALLAWAY, James 31
HALLAWAY, Saml . 32
HAMBLET, William 89
HAMBLETON, Alex. 173
HAMBLETT, James 174
HAMBLIN, Chaney 174
HAMBLIN, Henry 175
HAMBLIN, Judith(Watkins) •
HAMLIN, William 155
HAMILTON, Alex/ Alexr. 22,24
HAMILTON, Christian 139
HAMILTON, John 66,139
HAMLETT, James 23,141
HAMMETT, Rev. Mr. 73
HAMMON, Ambros 31
HAMPTON, Henry (Col.) 132
HAMPTON, John 163
HAMPTON, Nancy 163
HAMPTON, Richd. 131
HAMPTON, S.E. 132
HAMPTON, Wade(Col.) 132
HANCOCK, Ann 28(2)
HANCOCK, Beasley 158
HANCOCK, Elizabeth 28
HANCOCK, George 84
HANCOCK, Mary 28
HANCOCK, Simon 28(2)
HANDCOCK, Saml. 23
HANKINS, Dinah 134
HANKINS, Harriet H. 57
HANKINS, Jas. 58
HANKINS, John H. 58
HANKINS, Lucy V. 58
HANKINS, Wm. /William 58,134
HANNA, Mary 178
HANNA, Robert 136
HARDA, William 76
HARDAWAY, Ainsworth 150
HARDAWAY, Elizabeth 52
HARDAWAY, Francis Markham
HARDAWATi, Mary Eliza 73
HARDAWAY, P.M. (Dr.) 73
HARDAWAY, Sarah 112
HARDAWAY, Thomas Jr. 3
HARDAWAY, Thomas Sr. 3
HARDAWAY, Wm. E. (Jr.) 72
HARDY, Andrew 53
HARDY, Benjamin 12
HARDY, Martha C. 13
HARDY, Mary 12
HARDY, Mary Ann 53
HAR7ELL, Nunely 62
HARFORD, Malachy 86
HARGRAVE, Austin 20
HARGRAVE, James 59
HARGRAVE, Jesse 20
HARGRAVE, Mollie A. 59
HARGRAVE, Samuel 20
HARGRAVE, William 20,41
HARGROVE, Lemuel 84
HARMON, Edy 57
HARMON, Elizabeth 57
HARPER, Jas. 91
HARPER, Musa 57
HARPER, N.M. 57
HARPER, William 10
HARRIS, Benjamin 33
HARRIS, Daniel 26
HARRIS, Edward 75
HARRIS, Elias 14
HARRIS, Hilary 160
HARRIS, Howell 19
HARRIS, James 33
HARRIS, John 33, 166
HARRIS, John (Jr.) 166
HARRIS, Jorda(i)n 166
HARRIS, Jordan 166
HARRIS, Joseph H. 160
HARRIS, Margaret 63
HARRIS, Mary 178
HARRIS, Matthew 26
HARRIS, Peter 33
HARRIS, Phoebe 160
HARRIS, Reubin 77
HARRIS, Robt. 134
HARRIS, Vin 160
HARRIS, Wm. /William 33,77
HARRIS, Zacheriah 20
HARRISON, Abner 138
HARRISON, Andrew 138
HARRISON, AndrewCs of Wm.)
HARRISON, Binns 20
HARRISON, Charels 138
HARRISON, Christopher 138
HARRISON, David 102
HARRISON, Fanny 138
HARRISON, Henry 83(2)
HARRISON, James 138
HARRISON, Jane 138
HARRISON, John 23,77
HARRISON, Jones J. 115
HARRISON, Mary 83,138
HARRISON, Robert 101
HARRISON, Sarah 67
HARRISON, Wm. /William 19,138
HARRISON, William Sr. 15
HARRISON, William (Jr.) 138
HARRISON, Willie 118
HARRISONS, Benja. 31
HARRISS, Lewis 176
HARRY, Hilary Valentin(Capt . )
HARTLEY, Alice 27
HARTLEY, Thomas 27
HARVELL, Elizabeth 58
HARVEY, Amelia 60
HARVEY, Martha(Mrs.) 87
HARVEY, Thomas (the younger)
HARVEY, Susannah 128
HARWELL, Adelia 56
HARWELL, Gardner 76
HARWELL, Mark 76
HARWELL, Richard 77
HARWELL, Stirling 76
HARWELL, William T. 141
HARWOOD, Danil 76
HARWOOD, Samuel 76
HASKINS, Ben. 24,25,176
HASKINS, Christopher 164
HASKINS, Cread 33
HASKINS, John 164
HASKINS, Thos. 25
HASTEY, Thos. 34
HASTIE, Robert 137
HATCHER, Benjamin 32
HATCHER, Daniel 110
HATCHER, Josiah 33
HATCHER, Lavinia 160
HATCHER, Tabitha 60
HATHDAY, David 74
HATTERSLY, Thomas 84
HATTON, Roger 27
HAUSSMANN, Jno. D. 43
HAWKINS, Dorothy 51
HAWKINS, Robert 85(2)
HAWTHORN, A.J. 58
HAY, Balaam 14
HAY, John 14
HAY, Richard 15
HAY, Richard (Jr.) 76
HAY, Richard(Sr.) 76
HAY, Sealy 15
HAY, Seth 76
HAYES, Adam 87
HAYNES, Erasmus 83
HAYNES, James 81
HAYNES, Thos. /Thomas 82,84
HAYS, Anna 127
HAYS, Jesse 127
HEATH, Harris 105
HEATH, Howell 74
HEATH, James 82
HEATHCOCKE, Charles 68
HEDGES, Lemuel M. 168
HEDGES, Mary F. 168
HENDERSON, A(lexander) 168
HENDERSON, Chas. 90
HENDRICK; Amanda 172
HENDRICK, Ann 172
HENDRICK, Benja. 31
HENDRICK, Humphrey 89
HENDRICK, James 172
HENDRICK, John (Senr.) 89
HENDRICK, John Hurt 89
HENDRICK, Louisa 172
HENDRICK, Susan 172
HENDRICK, William 172
HENDRICK, WilliamCs of Eliza.)
HENDRICK, Zachariah 171
HENDRICKS, Alevander 172
HENDRICKS, Betsey 172
HENDRICKS, Catherine(w of
Elijah H.) 172
HENDRICKS, David 172
HENDRICKS, Elijah H. 171,
HENDRICKS, Elizabeth 171,172
HENDRICKS, Elizabeth (Jr.)
HENDRICKS, James 171,172
HENDRICKS, John 171,172
HENDRICKS, Martha 171
HENDRICKS, Matthew 172
HENDRICKS, Obadiah 171,172
HENDRICKS, Permeliah 172
HENDRICKS, Rebecca 171
HENDRICKS, Sally 172
HENDRICKS, William 171
HENDRICKS, William (Jr.)
HENDRICKS, Killiam(s of
HENDSEN, Thomas 60
HEDSEN, William 60
HENRY, James Montague 172
HENRY, Patrick 120
HEVER, Samuel 33
HICK, James (Jr.) Ill
HICKS, Asa 21
HICKS, Benjamin H. 110
HICKS, Charles 110,111
Charles (s ot" John)
Daniel (f of Edwd. B.)
Edward B. 169,170
Edward B. (Jr.) 169
Fanny (w of Daniel)
Fanny E. 169,170
Henry D. 169
James Ransom 110
Lucy D. 170
Rebecca(d of Edwd.)
Rebecca (A.) 169,
Reuben B. 112
Robert Lewis 169,
HICKS, Robert (S.) 169,170
HICKS, Thomas 111,112,169,
HICKS, William 169
HILL, Berryman Jones 148
HILL, Charity 19
HILL, Davis 178
HILL, Green 18,19,76
HILL, Hannah 168
HILL, Herbert 117
HILL, Herbin 19
HILL, Isaac 18
HILL, Isaac #2 18
HILL, Isham 87
HILL, Jesse H. 18
HILL, John 24,26,137,139,
HILL, Joseph 43
HILL, Judith 178
HILL, Margera (Mrs.) 76
HILL, Martha 178
HILL, Mildred (Hinds) 18
HILL, Morris 28
HILL, Polly 148
HILL, Richard 148
HILL, Sarah 148
HILL, Thomas 76,83,148
HILL, William 178
HILL, William (Jr.) 178
HILLIN, Zacariah 91
HINDS, James 173
HINDS, John 18
HINDS, Mildred 18
HINEZ, Calvin 21
HINES, Allen 15
HINES, Charles 150
HINES, David 69
HINES, Elizabeth 12,150
HINES, Hiram 72
HINES, Micajah 15
HINES, Patty Hall 150
HITCHCOCK, Burwell 56
HITCHCOCK, John B. 56
HITCHOCK, Burwell 56
HITE, James 64
HITE, Nathan 43
HITT, Henry 90
,HIX, Archer 34
HIX, John 31
HIX, William 31
HIX, William Jr. 31
HOBBS, Alexander 17,18
HOBBS, Elizabeth 16,17
HOBBS, Frances 18
HOBBS, John 67
HOBBS, Thomas 16
HOBSON, Arabella Gilliam 159
HOBSON, Betty Lewis 159
HOBSON, Charlie 161
HOBSON, Elizabeth 171
HOBSON, John 171
HOBSON, John S. 161
HOBSON, Joseph (Sr.) 91
HOBSON, Lawson 171
HOBSON, Mathew 161
HOBSON, Richard S. 161
HOBSON, Willm. 91
HOBSON, Willis Wilson 159
HODGES, David 134,135
HODGES, Edmond 132
HODGES, Moses 135
HODNETT, John 23
HOGIAN, Daniell 31
HOGWOOD, Chas. G. 52
HOLCOMBE, Amanda M. 73
HOLCOMBE, Mary S. 72
HOLCOMBE, Phil. 136
HOLCOMBE, Philemon (Col.)
HOLCRAFT, James E. 11
HOLDERNESS, James 22
HOLLAND, Charles 31
HOLLINGSHEAD, Hannah 54
HOLLON, Thos. 30
HOLLOND, John 30
HOLLOND, William 31
HOLLOWAY, Jtjhn 141
HOLMAN, Wm. 125
HOLMES, Widow 27
HOLMES, Amy 85
HOLMES, Dinah 82
HOLMES, Edward 27
HOLMES, Elizabeth 27
HOLMES, George 27,84
HOLMES, Henry 85
HOLMES, Jno./John 82,84
HOLMES, Lemuel 82,85
HOLMES, Mary 82,84
HOLMES, William 84
HOLT, John 14,16
HOLT, Nathaniel 16
HOLT, William 10
(HONCEY) Rudolph 32
(HONEY) John 32
HOOD, Joel 102
HOOD, Martha(Parham) 102
HOOD, William 102
HOPE, Thos. 90
HOPKINS, Widow 28
HOPKINS, James 134
HOPKINS, John 27,28
HOPKINS, John Jr. 89
HOPKINS, Keziah 29
HOPKINS, Samuel 102
HOPKINS, Sarah 27
HOPKINS, William 134
HOPKINS, (?) Katherine 29
HOPSON, Henry • 34,89
HORNE, Thomas 76
HORNE, William 76
HORSLEY, William 28
HOSKINS, Margret 82
HOSKINS, William 82
HOUSE, Isaac F. 117
HOUSE, Laurence 65
HOWARD, Thomas 159
HOWARD, Wm. 33
HOWARTON, Jno. 178
HOWELL, Foster 163
HOWELL, John 42, 163
HOWELL, Lucy 163
HOWERTON, Drury 53
HOWERTON, Indie M. 63
HOWERTON, Thomas 63
HOWERTON, Thos. K. 53
HOWLET, Thomas 175
HOWSE, Isaac F. 119
HUBBARD, James 76
HUBBARD, Matthew 76
HUBBARD, Wm. (Rev.) 73
HUCCABY, John 33
HUDGINS, Drury 30
HUDGINS, Permelia 117
HUDGINS, Robt. 31
HUDSON, Betsey 99
HUDSON, Charles/ Chs.
HUDSON, Frederick 99
HUDSON, John 99
HUDSON, Mary 99
HUDSON, Robert 99
HUDSON, Thos./Tho. 138,
HUDSON, Us ley 52
HUDSON, Ward 99
HUDSON, William 170
HUDSON, William Jr. 44
HUGES, Orlander 30
HUGES, William 32
HUGHES, Mother 137
HUGHES, Mrs. 34
HUGHES, Carion 159
HUGHES, Edith 175
HUGHES, Gedaliah 175
HUGHES, John 137
HUGHES, Leander 175,177
HUGHES, LeanderCSr.) 175
HUGHES, Molly 175
HUGHES, Robert 34
HUMPHREYS, George 131
HUMPHREYS, George(Capt . ) 71
HUNNICUTT, Lemuel 74
HUNNICUTT, Mary Ann 74
HUNT, Fran. 178
HUNT, Hannah 54
HUNT, Judkins 66,76
HUNT, Robert 43
HUNT, Thomas 43
HUNTER, John 86
HUNTER, Robert 172
HURBERT, Susan 60
HURT, James Meriweather 13
HURT, Lewelling 13
HURT, Mereweather 102
HURT, Moses 31
HURT, Nancy 13
HURT, Rubin 181
HURT, Susan 57
HUSON, John 90
HUTCHESON, Mathew 32
HUTCHESON, Richd. 90
HUTCHESON, Wm. 138
HUTCHINGS, Nathaniel 82
HUTCHINGS, Thomas 28
HUTCHINGSON, Robert 81
HYDE, Robert 131
HYLTON, Bowler 124
HYLTON, Elizabeth 124
HYLTON, John 124
HYLTON, John (Sr.) 123
HYLTON, Ralph 124
HYLTON, Sarah 124
ILIFT, Frances 85
ILIFT, Thomas 85
INGE, Charge (?) 148
INGE, Devereux 148
INGRAM, Joseph 77
INGRAM, Samuel 101
IRBY, Ann 20
IRVINE, George 74
IVEY, Ephraim 77
IVEY, Joshua 8
IVY, John 28,83
IVY, Ursala 28
JACKSON, Benjamin 66
JACKSON, Henry 23
JACKSON, Joel 51
JACKSON, John 83,86,132
JACKSON, Matthew 174,176
JACKSON, Rebekah 113
JACKSON, Sarah 37,113
JACKSON, Stephen M. 141
JACKSON, Susan 53
JACKSON, Susanah 113
JACKSON, Susan V. 51
JACKSON, William 138
JACOBS, Jacob 166
JACOBS, Samuel 166
JAMES, Francis 34
JAMES, Thomas 132
JARRAD, Henry 77
JARRAD, John 18
JARRAD, John Nicholas 19
JARRAD, Mary 18
JARRAD, Nancy N. 18
JARRAD, Nicholas 18,19,77
JARRAD, Samuel 19
JARRARD, John 16
JARRARD, Samuel 19
JARROTT, John N. 19
JEFFERSON, Thomas 120
JEFFRIES, James 128
JEFFRIES, Jesse 129
JEFFRIES, Jessee 128
JEFFRIES, Mary 129
JEFFRIES, John 128
JEFFRIES, Mary 128
JEFFRIES, Nathaniel 127
JEFFRIES, Thomas 128
JEFFRIES, William 128,129
JEFFS, Thos. 32
JENGINS, Jacob 88
JENKINS, Lewis 30
JENNINGS, Elkanah 178
JENNINGS, Isham 178
JENNINGS, Robert 176
JETER, Andrew 68
JOHN, Joseph 3A
JOHN, Robart 30
JOHNS, Robt. 2A
JOHNS, Thos. 32
JOHNS, Wm. Combs 33
JOHNSON, Absalom 112
JOHNSON, Agnes 17^
JOHNSON, Agness 17^
JOHNSON, B. K. 56
JOHNSON, Edward 173,176
JOHNSON, Egnas 17A
JOHNSON, Geen 17A
JOHNSON, Gideon 174
JOHNSON, Jacob (the elder)
JOHNSON, Jacob (the younger)
JOHNSON, Jacomine 86
JOHNSON, James 43
JOHNSON, James Holland 20
JOHNSON, Jesse 40
JOHNSON, John 20,92,174
JOHNSON, Mary 84,87,174
JOHNSON, Robert 24
JOHNSON, Shadrack 44
JOHNSON, S.V. 56
JOHNSON, Wm. /William
JOHNSON(?), William Smith
JOHNSTON, John 88
JOHNSTON, Joseph 88
JOHNSTON, Peter 175
JOHNSTON, Ruth 23
JOHNSTON, Ruth( Baker) 24
JOHNSTON, Samuel 24
JOHNSTON, Willion 88
JOINER, Bennet 18
JOINER, Curtis 18
JOINER, Jesse 18,88
JOINER, John 18
JOLLEY, Thomas 67
JONES, A. 88
JONES, Arthur 172
JONES, Benjamin 153
JONES, Benjamin Cralle 58
JONES, Gary 56
JONES, Edward 77
JONES, Edwin 2U
JONES, Elizabeth 56
JONES, F.F. 58
JONES, Francis 83
JONES, Harwood 42
JONES, Henry 29
JONKS, Henry E. 170
JONES, Howell 14
JONKS, Hugh (Jr.) 134
JONES, John 42
JONES, John(Gentleman) 149
JONES, John H. 56
JONES, John J. 21
JONES, Jordon 44
JONES, Kezia 4
JONES, Laurinda 62
JONES, Ludwell 3,4,170
JONES, Martha A. 54
JONES, Mary 3,14
JONES, Mary E. 60
JONES, Mary(Murphrey) 163
JONES, Mollie C. 57
JONES, Patsy Wade 152
JONES, Philip G. 57
JONES, Robert 29,152
JONES, Samuel 131
JONES, Sarah 3,4,101,172
JONES, Sarah G. 60
JONES, Solomon 68
JONES, Susan F. 54
JONES, Thomas 42,101
JONES, Thomas L. 170
JONES, William /Wm. 3,4
JORDAN, Dorothea 12,13
JORDAN, Edward (Col.) 99
JORDAN, Henry 68
JORDAN, Jesse 68
JORDAN, Robert 12,13
JORDAN, Thomas R. 13
JOYCE, Alexr. 22
JOYCE, Thos. Jr. 22
JOYNER, Bridgman 43
JOYNER, Britton 88
JOYNER, Elizabeth 43
JOYNER, Henry 43
JOYNER, Jacob Jr. 41
JOYNER, John 43,88
JOYNER, Jopeh 88
JOYNER, Joshea 88
JOYNER, Joseph 44
JOYNER, Joshua 43,87
JOYNER, Lewis Jr. 43
JOYNER, Moses 88
JOYNER, Nathan 88
JOYNER, William 44
JUDKINS, Chales 77
JUDKINS, Elizabeth M.(Jarrad)
JUDKINS, Jordan 43
JUDKINS, Samuel W. 18
JUMPER, Phillis 149
JUMP(L)ER, Hannah 149
'JURERANT, Peter 33
JUSTICE, Nancy 114
KARR, James 133
KEALIN, Thos. 89
KEELING, Adam 81,83
KEELING, Alexander 82
KEELING, Elizabeth 82
KEELING, Maogret 84
KEELING, Mary 83
KEELING, Thos. /Thomas 82,
KEELING, Thorowgood 84
KEELING, William 29,82
KEELING, William Jr. 29
KEENAN, James 103
KEETON, Thos. 101
KEELEY, John Sr. 18
KELLO, Sam'l. 40
KELLO, Saml. Jr. 30
KELLY, Elizabeth 18
KELLY, Gregory 60
KELLY, John A. 61
KELLY, John J. 60
KELLY, Lucy M. 61
KENDRICK, Thos. 91
KENEDY, Joseph A. 60
KENEDY, J.W. 60
KENT, James R. (Maj.) 162
KENT, Robart 32
KEYS, Sandall 1^8
KEZEE, Jeremiah 133
KIUD, Asa 72
KIMBLE, W. (Rev.) 71
KINDALL, Mary 176
KINDRED, John A0,A2
KING, Benja. IIA
KING, CharlPS (Jr.) 116
KING, Edmund 179
KING, Edward 116
KING, John 116
KING, Judith 116
KING, Miles 116
KING, Nathl.(Jr.) 115
KING, Sarah Ann 115
KINGMAN, Robt.(Capt.) 8A
KIRBY, Henry 92
KIRBY, John 40
KIRBY, Moody AO
KIRBY, Samuel 92
KIRKLAND, Brambly (Edi^ards)
KIRKLAND, John 53
KIRKLAND, Pamelia 39
KIRKLAND, Wmson. 53
KITCHEN, Fredrick 42
KNIGHT, John 100
KNOCK, Mary 13
KNOCK, William 13
KNOCK, William (Sr.) 13
LAFFOON, Caty 36
LAFFOON, Matthew 101
LAINE, John 41
LAINE, Peter 41
LAM AY, John 89
LAMB, Anthony 10
LAMBERT, R.J. 161
LAMOUNT, Widow 24
LAMOUNT, James 24
LAMPRIEVE, Thomas 165
LAND, Widow 27
LAND, Curtis 17,18
LAND, Fdwd. 87
LAND, Edward(the elder) 84
LAND, Frans. /Francis (Capt.)
LAND, Margaret 29
LAND, Mary 27,84
LAND, Porter 21
LANDERS, Matthew 33
LANDROM, Samuel 33
LANE, Augustus 28
LANE, Benj. 19
LANE, Dullon 131
LANE, Dutton 130
LANE, Elizabeth 19,82,130,
LANE, Jesse 41
LANE, John 12
LANE, John Fuller 130
LANE, Morris 82
LANE, Samuel 41
LANE, Sarah 12
LANE, Wm. 19
LANGFORD, David 41
LANGFORD, Jessey 41
LANGLEY, Elizabeth 18
LANGSDON, Esther 34
LANGSDON, Km. 34
LANIER, Allan 110
LANIER, Ben 15
LANIER, Fisher 148
LANIER, L(ittleton) 15
LANIER, Martha A. 64
LANIER, Thomas 66
LANKEY, Richd. 137
LARKE, Joseph Bingley
LATHROP, Alexander 8
LATIMER, Henery Willson 35
LATIMER, John Senr. 35
LATIMORE, Richard (Rev.) 73
LAWHEAD, Lewis 77
LAWRENCE, Annis 67
LAWRENCE, Thomas 67
LAWS, John 132
LAWSON, Widow 27
LAWSON, Ann 81
LAWSON, John 92
LAWSON, Robert 177
LAWSON, Thomas 81
LAWSON, Thomas (Capt.) 27
LAX, Timothy 180
LEAMON, Widow 28
LEAMON, Hardeous 28
LEAMOUNT, James 85
LEATH, Nancy 8
LEATH, Heartwell 8
LEDBETTER, Mary 156
LEE, Clara B. 63
LEE, Henry 63
LEE, John 32,44
LEE, Nancy 74
LEE, Sarah 19,53
LEE, Watt 34
LEGON, Wm. 34
LEGRAND, Alex. 173
LEGRAND, Jas. /James 89,176
LEGRAND, Mary 134
LEGRAND, Will 134
LEGRAND, Peter 25
LEIGH, Elizabeth 175
LEIGH, John 175,178
LEIGH, Paschal Greenhill
LEIGH, William 120,121
LEIGH, Zachariah 175
LEIGH, Zachariah Greenhill
LEITCH, David 168
LENEVE, J. 24
LENEVE, Jno. 173
LENTCH, John 30
LESSENBERRY, David 16
LESSENBERRY, Luranc (Hobbs)
LESSENBERRY, Robert 16
LESTER, Andrew 164
LESTER, Andw.(Jr.) 164
LESTER, Ann 133
LESTER, Elizabeth 164
LESTER, Francis 164
LESTER, Henry 136
LESTER, John 164
LESTER, Joshua 46
LESTER, Martha 164
LESTER, Rachel 164
LESTER, Thos. /Thomas
LESTER, Whitehead 164
LESTER, William 133
LESTYEAR, Emanuel 28
LESUEUR, John L. 169
LESURE, David 33
LEWELLIN, Thomas 69
LEWIS, Benj. 43
LEWIS, Catherine L. 58
LEWIS, Charles 125
LEWIS, Harriet Ann 56
LEWIS, Henry W. 80
LEWIS, H.H. 58
LEWIS, Maria 54
LEWIS, Mary P. 58
LEWIS, Robert 125
LEWIS, Robt. A. 56
LEWIS, Za. 135
LIEFSEY, William 70
LIGHT, John 180
LIGHTFOOT, Elizabeth 113
LIGHTFOOT, William 132
LIGION, Joseph 181
LIGON, Bettie A. 161
LIGON, C.W. 161
LIGON, Elizabeth 136
LIGON, Geo. W. 161
LIGON, Henry 25,139
LIGON, Henry (Jr.) 136
LIGON, Henry (Sr.) 136
LIGON, May Harvie 161
LIGON, Sarah 136
LIGON, William 136
LILBURN, Widow 29
LILBURN, William 29
LILLY, Harriet B. 73
LILLY, John 73
LINCH, John 93
LINSEY, William 45
LINTHICUM, Edward 124
LINTON, James 2 7,87
LIPFORD, Henry 45
LIPSCOMB, Thos. 92
LITTLE, Adam 17
LITTLE, Lucy 18
LITTLEJOHN, Joseph 136
LITTLEJOHN, Margaret 136
LITTLEJOHN, Margrett 136
LOCK, Charles 77
LOCK, Thomas 66
LOCKETT, Jean 45
LOCKETT, Henry 121
LOCKETT, N. 120
LOCKIT, David 34
LOCKITT, Gideon 32
LOCKITT, Joel 32
LOCKITT, Thomas 32
LOFTIN, John 105
LOFTIN, William 22
LOFTON, Thomas 16
LONG, Charles 21
LONG, Joseph 6 7
LONG, Winny 21
LONGBOTTOM, John 110
LONGON, Beverly 89
LOUVE, Ellener 41
LOUVE, Henry 41
LOUVE, Mary 41
LOUVE, Silas 41
LOVE, Eleanor 41
LOVE, Elias 40
LOVE, Elizabeth 21
LOVE, Henry 41
LOVE, Mary 41
LOVE, Samuel 102
LOVE, Silas 41
LOVELACE, Thos. 90
LOVET, Mary 83
LOVET, Thomas 85
LOVET, William 82,83
LOVETT, Widow 28
LOVETT, Adam 28
LOWE, Ledbetter 43
LOWE, Lev. 43
LOWE, Lighbourn 43
LOWRY, Thomas 103
LUCAS, Edmund 65
LUCAS, James 103
LUCAS, James Francis Mary
LUCAS, John 67
LUCDDO, Peter 33
LUDLAN, Richard H. 160
LUFFSIE, Thomas (Jr.) 74
LUFSIE, Alfred 12
LUFSIE, Lucy 12
LUFSIE, Wiley 12
LOFTAIN, John 66
LUNKIN, Geo, /George 130,
LUMKIN, Robt. /Robert
LUNDY, Drury 77
LUNDY, Elizabeth 74
LUNDY, James 70
LUNDY, William 70
LUNN, William 70
LUNSFORD, Julia Ann 53
LUNSFORD, Sarah 52
MC CARR, G. 130
MC CARTA(Y), Timothy 103
MC CARTER, John 29
MC CARTHY, Daniel 103
MC CARTY, Widow 28
MC CARTY, Darby 28,83,86
MC CARTY, Eliza. 28
MC CLANHAN, 28
MC CLANHAN, Joan 84
MC CLANHAN, John 84
MC CLINNEY, Hincha 41
MC COMB, Patrick 103
MC CONNICO, Christopher
MC CRAW, William 166
MC CROY, Archable, 175
MC CROY, Elizabeth 175
MC CROY, Hugh 175
MC CROY, James 175
MC CROY, James (Jr.) 175
MC CROY, James (Sr.) 176
MC CROY, John 175
MC CROY, Mary 175
MC CROY, Samuel 175
MC DANIEL,' Wm. (Cap.) 181
MC DEARMANDRA, Brian 138
MC DEARMANDRO, Dudley
MC DEARMANDRO, Judith 138
MC DEARMANDRO, Katherine
MC DEARMANDRO, Michel 138
MC DEARMONROE, Michal 138
MC DEARMON, Joseph 168
MC ELROY, Archibald 26
MC FARLAND, Jame (Esq.) 71
MC GEHEE, Jacob 25,138
MC GUIAR, John 31
MC GUIAR, Zack. 32
MC ILVAINE, Bloomfield 72
MC ILVAINE, Joseph (Hon.)
MC KENEY, CHARLES 30
MC KENNEY, James 62
MC KENNEY, Samuel M. 61
MC KINNEY, John 30
MC KINSEY, M. 17
MC LARD, Daniel 178
MC LARD, Daniel (g.s. Daniel)
MC LARD, Dorithy 178
MC LARD, John 178
MC MACHEN, Jas. 137
MC MACK, Jas. 137
MC MULLIN, Jas. 91
MC QUIE, A.H. 60
MC QUIE, Andrew J. 60
MC TAG ART, Mary 26
MC TAG ART, Philip 26
MC WILLIAMS, John 83
MABRY, Daniel 77
MABRY, DanieKExec.) 77
MABRY, Evans 66
MABRY, Nathaniel 67
MABRY, Robert 67
MACGEHE, Jacob 25
MACKBE, Jas. 90
MACKBE, William 90
MACKEEL, Francis 82
MACKEEL, Sarah (Mrs.) 82
MACKGEEHEE, Jacob 23
MACKGEHEE, Jacob 138
MACKLIN, Thomas 65
MACLEMORE, James 6A
MACLIN, James 66
MACLIN, William 66
MACON, Nathaniel (Hon.)
MADISON, Constance A. Read
MADISON, Laura 11
MADISON, Robert Cooper 11
MADISON, William A. 11
MAGEE, Jas. 58
MAGEE, Charles 109
MAGEE, Sallie A. 58
MAGGUHEE, Jacob 136
MAGHEE,Ann Robinson 12
MAGHEE, Prudence 12,13
MAGHEE, William 12
MAGRUDER, Wm. Mills 32
MAIL, Fanny 52
MAITTED, J.C. 54.
MALBONE, Charles (Capt.)
MALBONE, John 27,28
MALBONE, Mary 28
MALBONE, Sarah 28
MALLORY, Clem. P. 66
MALONE, Andrew 61
MALONE, Daniel 5,58,78
MALONE, Martha A. 61
MALONE, M.E. 62
MALONE, Reuben 111
MALONE, Robt. G. 58
MALONE, Sally 5,6
MALONE, Sarah 60
MALONE, Sarah (Mrs.) 67
MALONE, Thomas 5
MALONE, William 77
MANGUM, William 77
MANN, Dinton 40
MANRY, Henry 77
MANRY, William 77
MANSFIELD, Sam, 34
MANSSFIELD, Nancy 45
MANSON, Thomas 150
MARKHAM, Geo. /George
MARKHAM, V. 166
MARKHAM, V(incent) 167
MARKS, Harrison 10
MARLAIN, John 89
MARR, Gidion 130
MARR, John 130
MARRIBLE, George 77
MARSH, Richard 79
MARSHEL, Frank 33
MARSHALL, Mary 45
MARSHELL, Wm. 33
MARTAIN, Anthony 159
MARTAIN, John 136
MARTAIN, Robert 177
MARTIN, Ann 2 7
MARTIN, Antony 33
MARTIN, Dorson 43
MARTIN, Fanny 160
MARTIN, Jn./John 23,180
MARTIN, Matilda 100
MARTIN, Thomas 27,87
MARTIN, Volintine 30
MARTIN, Wm. 83
MASH, Charles 31
MASON, David 77
MASON, David (Col.) 163
MASON, Joseph 19
MASON, Littleberry 77
MASON, Thomas 77
MASON, William 67
MASON, William T. 141
MASSENBURG, John 15
MASSENBURG, William E. 15
MASSEY, John 69
MASSEY, Richard 69
MASTERS, James 140,173
MASTERS, Susanah 140
MASTIES, Edward 33
MATHEWS, Anne 175
MATHEWS, Anne(d of Sam'l)
MATHEWS, Frances 175
MATHEWS, Hannah 175
MATHEWS, James 175
MATHEWS, Mary 84
MATHEWS, Owen 84
MATHEWS, Phillip 175
MATHEWS, Samuel 175
MATHEWS, William 175
MATTHEWS, John 11
MATTHEWS, Nancy 11
MATTOX, George 64
MAURY, Jno. 14
MAURY, Matthew F. 135
MAURY, Thomas Tabb 135
MAXEY, A.J. 159
MAXEY, Elisha 167
MAXEY, I.G. 159
MAXEY, James H. 159
MAXEY, John 25
MAXEY, John (Jr.) 167,169
MAXEY, Sarah 159
MAXEY, Selvanus 176
MAXEY, Sylvanus 159
MAXEY, Wm. 176
MAXSEY, John 34
MAXSEY, Wm. 36
MAXSY, Charles 32
MAXSY, Nathaniel 34
MAXSY, Walter 32
MAY, Albert 160
MAY, Gardner 180
MAYO, Mrs. 3U
MAYO, Daniel 125
MAYO, Edward 165
MAYO, Joseph 165
MAYO, Robert 165
MAYS, William 90
MAYS, Willm. Sen. 90
MEADE, David 73,165
MEADE, David (Jr.) 165
MEADE, Everad 165
MEADE, Everad (Jr.) 165
MEADOWS, Anna 61
MEANLEY, Abner 148
MEANLEY, David 148
MEANLY, Abner 150
MEANLY, David 150
MEANLY, Turner 150
MEANLY, William 150
NEARRYMAN, John 31
MEDLEY, Isaac 164
MEDLEY, Sarah(Lester) 164
MEDOR, Jonas 31
MEDOWS, John 30
MEGEE, Henry 18
MELLROY, James 22
MELOANE, Phillip 90
MELTON, Charles 67
MELTON, Hardy 67
MELTON, Peter 68
MEREDITH, Caroline 59
MEREDITH, Chas. W. 61
MEREDITH, Elizabeth W. 59
MEREDITH, James A. 61
MEREDITH, Joseph 59
MEREDITH, Nancy 148
MEREDITH, William 148
MERIDITH, Eliza 64
MERRITT, Henry 37
MERRITT, Mary 37
MERRYMOON, Mary 52
MESHEW, Jacob 34
MICHAUX, Byrd Sublett
MICFIAUX, D(aniel) W. 168
MICHAUX, Fannie A. 160
MICHAUX, Frank E. 160
MICHAUX, Jacob 160
MICHAUX, Joseph 159
MICHAUX, Miller K. 160
MICHAUX, Page D. 160
MICHAUX, Richard W. 169
MICHAUX, William Walthall
MICHAUX, W.R. 160
MICHIE, Andrew 13
MICHIE, Catherine 13
MILES, Isham B. 51
MILES, Jeremiah 51
MILLER, Ann 132
MILLER Bcrsheba (Millpr)
MILLER, Frederick 181
MILLER, Ginnet 131
MILLER, Herman 9(1,91
MILLER, John 131
MILLFH, Jolm Frederick 91
MILLFK, Levi F. 18
MILLFR, Thomas (Capt.)
MILLNFR, Mack 179
MILLS, William il
MILNER, John 180
MILTON, Saml. 31
MIMS, Drury 127
MINFTREF, Archiblad 148
MINETREE, William 148
MINETREE, William (Sr.)
MINTON, John 30
MINTON, William 124
MITCHEL, Edward 77
MITCHEL, Jacob 77,91
MITCHEL, John 77,91 _
MITCHEL, Joseph 178
MITCHEL, Sarah 178
MITCHELL, Abraham 87
MITCHELL, Ann 65
MITCHELL, Drel^^:y 68
MITCHELL, Elizabeth 63
MITCHELL, James 131
MITCHELL, John 178
MITCHELL, Littleton 147
MITCHELL, Peter 104
MITCHIL, William 77
MONROE, William 102
MONTAGUE, John 125
MONTAGUE, Thomas 125
MONTAGUE, Thomas(Jr.) 125
MOODY, Benj. 158
MOODY, Joseph D. 51
MOODY, Matthew 27
MOODY, Richard 51
MOOR, James 139
MOORE, Ann 82
MOORE, Cason 83,85
MOORE, Elizabeth 56
MOORE, George 174
MOORE, James 29
MOORE, James B. 21
MOORE, John 21,89
MOORE, Joseph 93
MOORE, Mathias 87
MOORE, Polley 152
MOORE, Sarah ' 85
MOORE, Thomas 85,134
MOORE, Warner 170
MOORE, Wm. /William 81,82,
MOORE, Wm.(Sr.) 147
MORFIIEAD, James 181
MORGAN, Ann 149
MORGAN, Grace 83
MORGAN, Haynes 132
MORGAN, Isabella 13
MORGAN, James 13
MORGAN, John 77
MORGAN, John (Senr.) 77
MORGAN, Tljomas 28
MORRIS, Alec 28
MORRIS, Amanda Cleton 55
MORRIS, Eliza. 28
MORRIS, Jabez 20
MORRIS, John 27,70,75
MORRIS, John J. 55
MORRIS, Nancy 128
MORRIS, Natt 129
MORRIS, William 103
MORRISON, Davidson 66
MORRISON, John 137
M0RRI3S, Doll(G)y (Edwards)
MORRISS, Edward J. 38
MORSE, Francis 83,86
MORSE, Francis (Capt.) 81
MORSE, Thomas 85
MORTON, John 23,137
MORTON, Jos. 137
MORTON, Margaret 122
MORTON, M.H. 128
MORTON, Richd. 23,25
MOSBY, John 166
MOSBY, LittleberryCJr.) 166
MOSBY, Robert W. 169
MOSELEY, Amos 84
MOSELEY, Anthony 83
MOSELEY, Anthony (Capt.)
MOSELEY, Arthur 109
MOSELEY, Dinah 87
MOSELEY, Edw. /Edward 82,109
MOSELEY, Edward (Jr.) 82
MOSELEY, Frances 86
MOSELEY, Francis 86,87
MOSELEY, George 27,86,
MOSELEY, Mary 27
MOSELEY, Km. (Capt.) 83
MOSELY, Martha U5
MOSELY, Thomas 32
MOSLEY, Arter 32
MOSLEY, Arter #2 33
MOSLEY, Edward 32
MOSLEY, John 32
MOSLEY, Richard 32
MOSLEY, William 32
MOSS, David 111
MOSS, Hugh 136
MOSS, James 134
MOSS, Joseph 34
MOTHERAL, Joseph 17
MOTT, Joseph 100
MOTT, Loviless 100
MOUNT, John (Const.) 90
MOUNT, John (Jr.) 90
MOUNTCASTLE, William 46
MOUNTFORTT, Jo. Jr. 43
MOUNTFORTT, Thos. 88
MUCLEROY, John 176
MUFEE, William 88
MUNN, Betty 149
MUNN, Stephen 149
MURFEE, Richard(Sener) 88
MURFEE, Simon 40
MURPHY, Edward 179
MURPHY, E.L. 158
MURPHY, James 181
MURPHREY, Archibald 163
MURPHREY, Charles 163
MURPHREY, Charles (bro. to
John, R.S.) 163
MURPHREY, Dempsey 163
MURPHREY, Eliza Ann 164
MURPHREY, Evans 163
MURPHREY, George 163
MURPHREY, Henry 163
MURPHREY, James 163
MURPHREY, Jesse 163
MURPHREY, John 163
MURPHREY, John (Rev. Soldier)
MURPHREY, John (Son of
MURPHREY, Joseph 163
MURPHREY, Josiah 164
MURPHREY, Michael 163
MURPHREY, Patsey 163
MURPHREY, Pleasant 163
MURPHREY, Thomas 163
MURPHREY, William/Wm. 163
MURPHREY, William (son of
Elizabeth Howell) 163
MURPHREY, Wm. (son of Evans)
MURPHREY, William(tj bro. to
John R.S.) 164
MURPHREY, William (son of
MURRAY, Allen 122
MURRAY, Anthony 122,123
MURRAY, David 139
MURRAY, Frances 124
MURRAY, John 122, 123
MURRAY, Judith 122
MURRAY, Mary (Murphrey)
MURRAY, Richard 122,123,124
MURRAY, Richard (Jr.) 122
MURREY, John 31
MURREY, Mary 30
MURRY, Abraham 135
MURRY, Abraham #2 135
MYRICK, David 42
MYRICK, Howell 22
MYRICK, Lucy 41
MYRICK, Mary Ann 55
MYRICK, Owen 42
MYRICK, William 41
NAE, John 105
NANCE, Martha 56
NANCE, Nathaniel 149
NASH, E.P. 60
NASH, Etta Robinson 60
NASH, John 175
NASH, John (Jr.) 175
NASH, Marve 132
NASH, William 132,135
. NAUSTEDLER, A.S. 141
NEAL, Ann 51
NEAL, Edward 44
NEAL, Elizabeth 170
NEATHERLAND, Benj . 30
NEBLETT, Jesse 109
NETHERLAND, Ann (Ball) 172
NETHERLAND, William 172
NEWBURG, James 133
NEWBY, John 18
NEWBY, Sally P. (Jarrad)
NEWHILL, Rebecca J. 60
NEWJINT (Nugent), Sally 9
NEWSOM, Barham 42
NEWSOM, Elizabeth 42
NEWSOM, Isham 44
NEWSOM, Jacob 41
NEWSOM, Joel 41
NEWSOM, Littleberry 41
NEWSOM, Mary 41
NEWSOM, Sally 44
NEWSOM, Tabitha 41
NEWSOM, Wm. 42
NEWSON, Isham 41
NEWSON, Joel 44
NEWSON, Joseph 44
NEWSUM, Amos 78
NEWSUM, Andrew 78
NEWSUM, Jacob (Jr.) 41
NEWSUM, Nathaniel 78
NEWSUM, Randolph 41
NEWSUM, Thomas 78
NEWSUM, Thomas (Sr.) 78
NEWSUM, William 78
NEWTON, John 31
NEWTON, Leml. 81
NEWTON, Wm. 40
NICHOLAS, Geo. 45,155
NICHOLAS, J. 7
NICHOLAS, John 27
NICHOLLS, James 83
NICHOLSON, Howell 19
NICHOLSON, John 20
NIGHT, Joel 156,157
NIMMO, James 84,87
NIX, George 165
NOBLES, John 181
NORFLEET, John 40
NORREL, Noel Craft 34
NORTH, Abraham 150
NORTHCROSS, Frederick 78
NORTHCROSS, Martha 61
NORTHCROSS, Richard 78
NORTHERN, John 32
NORWOOD, William 102
NUNNALLY, Israel 46
NUNNALLY, John 167
NUNNILEE, Edward 134
OAST, Godwin 28,87
OAST, James 29
OAST, Katherine 87
OAST, Mary 28
OBERRY, Jordan 41
OGBURN, Liza 56
OGELSBY, Thos. 30
OGILBY, Richard 10
OGILVIE, James 103
OGLESBY, Feter 172
OLD, Widow 24
OLD, Edwd. 29
OLD, Edwd. (Jr.) 81
OLIVER, I. 6
OLIVER, John 134
ONEY, Thos. 42
ORGAIN, Henry Edwin 55
ORGAIN, Littleberry 112
ORGAIN, Samuel 55
ORGAIN, William 112
OSLEN, Saml. 31
OSLIN, James 73
OSLIN, Robert William 73
OVERBEY, Buckner 111
OVERSTREET, Eliza 23
OVERSTREET, William 23
OWEN, Abraham 91
OWEN, Ambrus 91
OWEN, Benjamin 78
OWEN, Brackett 140,174
OWEN, Chambers 11
OWEN, David 78
OWEN, Drury 20
OWEN, Elizabeth 11
OWEN, Frederick 20
OWEN, Henry 91
OWEN, Jemima 140
OWEN, Jesse 140
OWEN, John 93,140,174
OWEN, John #2 93
OWEN, John William 140
OWEN, Joshua 78
OWEN, Kesiah 140
OWEN, Lidia 140
OWEN, Mary 140
OWEN, Pheebe 140
OWEN, Ralph 91
OWEN, Ralph #2 91
OWEN, Thomas 131,138,140
OWEN, William 23,93
OZBROOK, Michael 91
PACE, Josiah 138,173
PACE, Osom 173
PAGAUD, John M. 72
PAIRUM, William 17
PALLET, Ann 82
PALLET, John 82
PALLET, Mary 82
PALMER, Ealis 32
PALMER, Martin 180
PALMER, William 109
PALMOR, William 31
PANKEY, Dorothy 33
PANKEY, John 180
PANNILL, D. 135
PANNILL, David 135
PANNILL, Samuel 134,135
PAROTT, Edward 34
PARHAM, Baker (Sr.) 105
PARHAM, Booth 18
PARHAM, Daniel 102
PARHAM, Eph arim 149
PARHAM, Ephraim 147,149
PARHAM, Hannah 65
PARHAM, Hannah (Mrs.) 67
PARHAM, Joanna 149,150
PARHAM, Littleton H. 22
PARHAM, Martha Ann Elizabeth
PURHAM, Mary (Mrs.) 78
PARHAM, Matthew 78
PARHAM, Rebecca 102
PARHAM, Salley 5
PARHAM, Sarah 22
PARHAM, Susan 18
PARHAM, Susannah (Mrs.) 78
PARHAM, Thomas 147,149,
PARHAM, Thomus 78
PARHAM, William 19
PARHAM, William K. 5,18
PARISH, James 103
PARISH, Julia A. 60
PARKER, Archer 15
PARKER, Benajah 92
PARKER, William C.(Col.)
PARKES, James 26
PARKS, Major 69
PARKS, Buck 69
PARKS, Catharine 136
PARKS, Ezekiel 178
PARKS, James 24,25,136,
PARKS, Jeconias 69
PARKS, Jo. 173
PARKS, Joseph 136,178
PARKS, Lucy 68
PARKS, Mary 136,178
PARKS, To. 175
PARKS, W. 157
PARRISH, Mary 102
PARSON, Rachel 21
PARTIN, Lucy 117,119
PARTRIDGE, Littleberry 21
PASS, Richard 93
PASTON, Elias 133
PATE, Charlotte 19,20
PATE, Charlotte(Adams) 19
PATE, David 19
PATE, Edward 78
PATE, Elizabeth 17
PATE, Harbart 19
PATE, Hardy 15,16
PATE, Herbert 19
PATE, Jesse 19
PATE, John 78
PATE, Person 17
PATE, Persons G. 16
PATE, Polly 16
PATE, Thomas 19,78
PATE, Thomas Sr. 19
PATE, William 78
PATERSON, Joseph 90
PATERSON, William 90
PATTERSON, Gedin 31
PATTERSON, James 153
PATTESON, N(elson) 166
PATTEY, James 130
PATTEY, James (Sr.) 130
PATTEY, Jessey • 130
PAYNE, Lidford 133
PAYNE, Moses 135
PAYNE, William P. 102
PEAD, William 29
PEAK, Isaac 139
PEARCE, Baldwin 121
PEARSON, Dolly 117
PEARSON, Luke 117
PEARSON, Morris 11^
PEARSON, Wm. 114
PEEBLES, Ann 69
PEETE, Benjamin 15
PEG RAM, Baker 148,150
PEGRAM, Daniel 147
PEGRAM, Edward 147,150
PEGRAM, Edward (Jr.) 149
PEGRAM, George (Jr.) 140
PEGRAM, John 149
PEIGN, John 90
PEIGN, Ruth 90
PEIGN, Thos. 90
PEIRCE, Wm. 87
PELHAM, P. 70
PELHAM, Peter 66
PENICK, Jeremiah 25
PENNINGTON, Joel 148
PENNY, John 42
PENSEY, Robt. 130
PERCIVALL, Joseph 38,39
PERDIE, Bart 109
PERKINS, Ann " 59
PERKINS, Benjamin. 149
PERKINSON, Branch 52
PERKINS, Edmund 147
PERKINS, Edward 147,148
PERKINS, Joel 147
PERKINS, John 147
PERKINS, Martha 147 -
PERKINS, Mary 147
PERKINSON, Frs. 53
PERKINSON, George E. 53
PERKINSON, Henry 53
PERKINSON, Isham 54
PERKINSON, J. A. 58
PERKINSON, Julia 52
PERKINSON, Martha C. 58
PERKINSON, Mary 53
PERKINSON, Mary A. 54
PERKINSON, William N. 54
PERREY, Saml. 32
PERRON, Daniel 33
PERRY, Joseph 82
PERRY, Mouring 35
FERRYMAN, Richd. /Richard
PESCUD, A.R. 63
PETERSON, Batt 69
PETTWAY, Edward 66
PETTWAY, John 66
PEW, Hugh 85
PHILLIPS, Geo. 131
PHILLIPS, Henry T. 57
PHILLIPS, James R. 57
PHILLIPS, John 57
PHILLIPS, Vincent 57
PHILPOTTS, Mary 72
PHIPPS, Benjamin 78
PHLIPIN, Ralf 30
PHLIPIN, William 31
PIERCE, Martin 102
PIERCY, Thos. A. 53
PIERCY, William J. 53
PIGG, John(Capt.) 131
PILKINGTON, Seth 83
PINNICK, Edward 25
PINOR, John 92
PITTS, Elisha 148
PITTS, Elizabeth 167
PITTS, Lunsford 167
PLEASANT, John 34
PLEDGER, John 88
POLLARD, Peyton 141
POOLE, Elizabeth 83
POOLE, George 83
POOLE, Richard 27,87
POOLE, Wm. 87
POOR, Adam 132
POOR, Nathaniel 132
POPE, Henry 88
POPE, John 88
POPE, Stephen 88
POPE, William 88
POPHAM, John 138
PORCH, Bridges 66
PORCH, Martha 17
PORCH, William 15
PORTER, H.A. 162
PORTER, John 33
PORTER, John G. 162
PORTER, Nathan 44
PORTER, Thos. 34
PORTLOCK, John 27
POTTS, Sarah 11
POVCUL, Richard 32
POWEL, Capt. 180
POWELL, Edward 3,78
POWELL, Eugene C. (Dr.) 63
POWELL, Jane T. 55
POWELL, John 155,156
POWELL, Joseph 40
POWELL, Joshua 180
POWELL, Mark 85
POWELL, Martha T. 56
POWELL, Martin 10
POWELL, Mary Adeline 59
POWELL, Polly N. ( Jarrad) 18
POWELL, Sarah(Murphrey) 163
POWELL, Seymore 78
POWELL, Wm. /William Cole
PRESSON, Nichs. 16
PRESTIDGE, John 135
PRESTIDGE, John (Sr.) 135
PRESTIDGE, Larkin 135
PRESTIDGE, Lete 135
PRETLOW, Joshua 58
PRETLOW, Thos. 58
PRICE, David 71
PRICE, Joseph 30
PRICE, Mary J. 62
PRICE, Pugh (Jr.) 177
PRICE, Samuel J. 62
PRICE, William 23
PRIDE, John 120
PRIDE, Susan 60
PRINCE, John J. 56
PRINCE, George Wesley 56
PRINCE, Joel 68
PRINCE, John 78
PRINCE, Joseph 19
PRINCE, Nicholas 78
PROCTOR, Drury 148
PROCTOR, Thomas 148
PROSIRO, Mary E. 57
PROSIRO, Samuel 57
PROSSER, Thomas 33
PRUDENCE, Widow 175
PRUETT, Isham 30
PUGH, Willoughby 33
PURDY, William 28
PURVINE, Sarah 27
PURVINE, Thomas 27
RADFORD, John 32
RADFORD, John Jr. 33
RAGSDALE, Wm. 100
RAINEY, Francis A. 59
RAINEY, George 93
RAINEY, Henry W. 59
RAINEY, Jane G. 53
RAINEY, Mary A.W. 63
RAINS, Emily F. 56
RAKESTRAW, Robt . 89
RALEY, John 34
RALLS, John 86
RANDLE, Coleby 113
RANDOLL, Peter 78
RANDOLPHS, Brit 34
RANEY, Henry 63
RANY, John 45
RAWLINGS, David 73
RAWLINGS, Isaac 78
RAWLINGS, Richard 78
RAY, Candis 53
RAYNOLDS, Joseph 133
REACE (?), Henry Gee 76
READ, Clement 175
READ, Elizabeth 137
READ, James 86,137,173
READ, James (Sr.) 137
READ, James (s of Samuel)
READ, James B. 60
READ, John 137
READ, John (s of Samuel)
READ, John B, 60
READ, Lidia (Mrs.) 86
READ, Robt. /Robert 137,139
READ, Samuel 137
REAMES, Emily A. 57
REAMES, Green 52
REAMES, Richd. 52
REAMS, Erne line 61,64
REAMS, Hezekiah 70
REAMS, Joshua 68
REAMS, Peter S. 61
REAMS, Stephen 61,64
REAMS, Wm. S. 64
REDDING, John 129
REED, John 137
REESE, Edward 17
REESE, Judy 56
REID, James 137
REID, Samuel 137
REID, William 16
REIGN, Pendixter 90
RENTFROW, James 130
REVES, Nathaniel 66
RICE, Benj. (Rev.) 72
RICE, Charles #2 139
RICE, Claybrook 26
RICE, David 139
RICE, Jno./John B. 38,62
RICE, Joseph 24,25,26,
RICE, Joseph (Jr.) 139
RICE, Lucy 62
RICE, Mary 139
RICE, Matthew 26,136
RICE, Obadiah 26
RICE, Rachel 139
RICE, Samuel T.R. 62
RICE, William 136,139
RICHARDSON, Daniel B. 99
RICHARDSON, James G. 99
RICHARDSON, Jordan 68
RICHARDSON, Saml. 140
RICHARDSON, William 78
RICHASON, Thos, 81
RICHEY, Alexander 139
RICHEY, Charles 139
RICHEY, Christiana 139
RICHEY, Hugh 139
RICHEY, Hugh (s of Chas.)
RICHEY, James 139
RICHEY, John 24,139
RICHEY, Margaret 24
RICHEY, Samuel 139
RICHEY, Samuel (Jr.) 139
RICHEY, Saml. (s of Alexander)
RICHIE, Hugh 140
RICHMOND, William 29
RICHMOND(?), Elizabeth 29
RICKMAN, Martha 58,62
RIDDLE, Capt. 134
RIED, James (Jr.) 139
RISDON, Hamilton 54
RISDON, John 54
RITCHIE, Chas. 140
RITCHIE, John 140,176,
RIVERS, John (Jr.) 78
RIVERS, Robert 66
RIVERS, Thomas 65
RIVES, Benjamin (Senr.) 70
RIVES, Herbert 69
ROBERDSON, Alexander 138
ROBERDSON, Isaac 138
ROBERSON, Christr. 138
ROBERSON, James 68
ROBERSON, John Jr. 31
ROBERSON, Littleberry 68
ROBERSON, Nathaniel 79
ROBERSON, Wyatt 79
ROBERTS, Henry 28
ROBERTS, Joseph 85
ROBERTS, Polly 58
ROBERTS, Rash. 57
ROBERTSON, Ann 139
ROBERTSON, Christopher 10
ROBERTSON, Elexander 139
ROBERTSON, Hannah C. (Hedges)
ROBERTSON, Isaac 139,140
ROBERTSON, Isaac (Jr.) 139
ROBERTSON, John 34,139
ROBERTSON, Seymore 78
ROBERTSON, Thomas 139
ROBERTSON, Wm. 181
ROBERTSON, Zacharias 139
ROBINSON, Ann 14u
ROBINSON, Alexander 132
ROBINSON, Isaac 18
ROBINSON, William 18,29,
ROBISON, Thomas 139
ROCKWELL, Mary Ann (Mrs.)
RODIN, Phebe 68
ROE, Lumuel 88
ROGERS, Joseph 93
ROGERS, Nathan 78
RONEY, Isaac 55
RONEY, Laura Sal lie 55
ROPER, Elizabeth Forrister
ROPER, Joseph 61
ROPER, Selenie A.E. 61
ROSE, Amanda C. 56
ROSE, Duncan 139
ROSE, Hugh 139
ROSE, James W. 74
ROSE, Fielding (Capt.) 74
ROSE, William 78
ROSE, William (Jr.) 78
ROSS, Peter 14
ROSS, Wm. (Col.) 72
ROSSER, David 8,70
ROTTENBURY, Mrs. 155
ROUTON, William 30
ROW, Lemuel 43
ROWELL, Edward 68
ROWELL, Isaac 68
ROWLAND, John 78
ROWLETT, Daniel 12
ROWLETT, Lucy 12
ROYAL, Augusta G. 158
ROYAL, J.W. 158
ROYALL, Jos. 10
RUDD, Julia A. 109
RUFFIN, Jos. 44
RUFFIN, Thos. 155
RUNALS, John 30
RUSELL, William 31
RUSSEL, Buckner 92
RUSSEL, Willm. 92
RUTLEDGE, James 23,25,138
RUTLEDGE, James (Jr.) 138
RUTLEDGE, Judtih 25
RUTLEDGE, Robert 139
RUTTLEDGE, William 25
SADLER, Mary 174
SADLER, William 174
SAFFOLD, Isham H. 101
SALLEE, Eliza 168
SALLEE, John 168,169
SALLEE, Mary 168
SALLEE, Susanna 168,169
SALLEE, Thos. 168
S ALLEY, Abram 30
SALLEY, Francis 33
SALMON, Widow 27
SALMON, John 27, 131
SAMFORD, James 101
SAMMONS, Benjamin 79
SAMMONS, Braxton 15
SAMMONS, Grove 15
SAMMONS, Hanslem 14
SAMMONS, James 79
SAMMONS, James (Jr.) 79
SAMMONS, John 68,79
SAMMONS, Nancy (Pate) 15
SAMMONS, Newit 79
SAMMONS, Samuel 79
SAMMONS, Thomas 79
SAMMONS, William 79
SAMONS, John 31
SAMSON, William 30
SANDEFORD, Abraham 33
SANDERS, James 162
SANDERS, Lucy Jane 162
SANDERS, Wyatt S. 162
SANDIFER, Amy A. 55
SANDIFER, Wm. 55
SANDS, John 79
SANFORD, Doc Clarck 135
SANFORD, Robt. 90
SANTEE, Samuel 79
SATERWHITE, Thos. 23
SAUNDERS, Anne (Mrs.) 29
SAUNDERS, John 111
SAUNDERS, John Hyd 158
SAUNDERS, Sarah (Murphrey)
SAUNDERS (?), Mary 29
SAYER, Arthur 27
SAYER, Charles 87
SCHOOLER, C.W. 62
SCHOOLER, John 62
SCHRODER, Andrew (Col.)
SCHRODER , Clyde Bodie 161
SCHRODER, John 161
SCHRODER, Josepha 161
SCHRODER, Otelia 161
SCOGGINS, A.H. 63
SCOGGINS, Jeremiah 63
SCOTT, Ann Eliza 71
SCOTT, Anderson 135
SCOTT, Henry 59
SCOTT, James (Col.) 71
SCOTT, John 33, 125
SCOTT, Joseph 40
SCOTT, Martha 59
SCOTT, P.M. 62
SCOTT, Robert 180
SCOTT, Robert L. 59
SCOTT, Stephen 79
SCOTT, Thomas 23,175
SCOTT, Thomas James 152
SCOTT, W.B. (Dr.) 62
SCOTT, Wm. C. 162
SCRIBNER, John 61
SCRIBNER, Nathan A. 61
SCRUGGS, Drury 30,124
SCRUGGS, Theodorick 124
SCRUGGS, Thos. 31
SCULLY, Barnery 71
SCURRY, John 33
SEABORN, James 17
SEABORNE, Howell 14
SEBORNE, William 79
SELDEN, Rebecca 121
SEWARD, Britton 11 '
SEWARD, Elizabeth 11
SEYMORE, James 52
SEYMORE, Jane 52
SEYMORE, John 52,148
SEYMORE, Zacariah 52
SEZAR, David 3A
SHACKLEFORD, Sarah 46
SHAKELFORD, Richd. 92
SHANNON, Ann 133
SHANNON, Joseph 133
SHANNON, Mary 133
SHARMAN, John 78
SHARP, Thomas 91
SHEHORN, Wilson 69
SHELBU(-), George 26
SHELLEY, John 38
SHELLY, B.W. 59
SHELLY, Phillip 59
SHELTON, Robertson 132,135
SHERLING, John 69
SHILLIDAY, George 138
SHIPP, Francis 28
SHIRLEY, John 84
SHIRLEY, Mary 84
SIDDONS, Mary Farriss 162
SIMMONS, Benjamin 65
SIMMONS, Henry 63
SIMMONS, John 177
SIMMONS, Joseph 177
SIMMONS, Peter 42
SIMMONS, Richard 86
SIMMS, Robert 42
SIMPSON, William 130
SISSON, Bethiah 66
SLADE, Elizabeth 11
SLADE, Jethro 41
SLADE, John N. 11
SLADE, Mary Ann 61
SLADE, Samuel Sr. 41
SLADE, SamueKthe younger)
SLADE, Thomas 11
SLADE, William 41
SLATE, Robert 65
SLATTER, Israel 28
SLAYTON, Willm. 93
SLEDD, Anthony Dibrell
SLEDD, Ella Royal 160
SLEDD, Samuel Hobson 160
SLEDGE, Augustine 79
SLEDGE, Charles 79
SLEDGE, Elizabeth 17
SLEDGE, Henry 17
SLEDGE, John 79
SLEDGE, Sherwood 73
SLEDGE, Susan 73
SLEDGE, Thomas 79
SLOTHER, Margaret 61
SMITH, Aaron 69
SMITH, Archa. T. 59
SMITH, Arthur 20
SMITH, B.E. 53
SMITH, Chas. /Charles 26,90
SMITH, Childress 33
SMITH, ClemmonsC?) 100
SMITH, David 66
SMITH, Edward 105
SMITH, Elijah 57
SMITH, Elizabeth 100
SMITH, Ester 132
SMITH, Geo. /George 45,46,
SMITH, George (Jr.) 155
SMITH, Harriet E.B. 57
SMITH, Hartwell 74
SMITH, Henry 42
SMITH, Isaac 92
SMITH, Jas. /James 33,60,
SMITH, Joel 65
SMITH, John 17,57,83,89,
SMITH, John (Jr. ) 131
SMITH, John (Sen.) 131
SMITH, John C. 53
SMITH, Joseph 81
SMITH, Josiah S. 158
SMITH, Mary 70
SMITH, Mary A. 53
SMITH, Mary W. 158
SMITH, Moses 30
SMITH, Nathaniel H. 99
SMITH, Ralph 134
SMITH, Rebecca 60
SMITH, Rich. /Richard 81,89
SMITH, Robert 30 .
SMITH, Stephen 116
SMITH, Sterhny (Rev.) 74
SMITH, Thomas 33
SMITH, Wm. /William 29,34,
SMTTH(?), William 174
SMITH (T), John 57
SMITHEY, James 61
SMITHEY, John 61
SMITHSON, C.T. 101
SMOOT, Henry M. 168
SMYTH, Margret 86
SMYTH, Tully 83
SMYTH, William (Capt.)
SNAILE, Henry (Sr.) 82
SNEED, James 152
SNEED, Samuel 152
SOLMAN, John 91
SOLMAN, Willm. 91
SOLOMON, Betsey 45
SOLOMON, Lewis 79
SOPER, Mary 108
SOPER, Mary K. 108
SOUTHERLAND, Pendall 72
SOUTHERLAND, Saml . 138,139
SOUTHERN, Henry 86
SPAIN, God_^ I. 74
SPAIN, Martha(Mrs.) 74
SPAIN, Nancy 22
SPAIN, Olivia J. 51
SPAIN, Sarah 73
SPAIN, Wm. /William 51,110,
SPEARS, Nichles 31
SPEARS, Wm. 161
SPEED, Charles 42
SPEED, Henry 42
SPEED, Robt. 87
SPENCE, Aron 79
SPENCE, John 69
SPENCER, Abraham 91
SPENCER, Thos. 91
SPIRES, John 79
SPIVEY, William 43
SPRADLIN, Chas. 92
SPRADLIN, Jas. 92
SPRADLING, Jas. (Jr.) 93
SPRAGGINS, Francis 12
SPROGINS, Jesse 135
SPURLOCK, John 90
STACY, James 74
STAFFORD, Cuthbert 79
STAFFORD, Jordan 78
STANTONE, Joseph 130
STAPLES, John 124
STAPLES, Samuel 124
STARKE, William 61
STEED, John R. 7A
STEGAR, Ishan 162
STELL, Ludorav 63
STELL, Martha B. 55
STELL, Peter 58
STELL, Ro. T. 63
STELL, Sarah 52
STELL, William H. 58
STEPNEY, James 76
STEVEN, Jas. 90
STEVENSON (?), Joseph 76
STEWARD, Jane 13
STEWARD, William E. 13
STEWART, Geo. 139
STEWART, John 78
STEWART, Richard 145
STEWART, Richd. Jr. A2
STILLMAN, Mary 72
STILLWELL, Nance 131
STINER, Eliza 71
STINER, Jacob 71
STITH, Catherine 80
STITH, Drury (Col.) 80
STITH, Elizabeth 80
STITH, Holly 37
STITH, Thos. 37
STOLLWELL, Jacob 131
STONE, Elisebeth 93,169
STONE, Geo. /George 29,57
STONE, Henry 131
STONE Margret 84
STONE, Marvil 139
STONE, Mary 84
STONE, Richard 84(2)
STONE, Rosalia L. 57
STONE, S. 63
STONE, Thomas 25,137
STONER, Daniel 34
STORY, Daniel 42
STOVALL, Molly 45
STOW, Charity 54
STOW, Mary 55
STOW, Mary A. 55
STOW, Robt. W. 55
STRACHAN, Rebecca P. 12
STRACHEN, John B. (Dr.) 12
STRANGE, Littleberry 92
STRATTON, Joseph 168
STRATTON, Samuel E. 162
STRATTON, Sarah 162
STRATTON, S.B. (Mrs.) 161
STRATTON, Susan Jane 158
STRATTON, Susanna (Sallee)
STRATTON, Thomas 169
STREET, Wm. 33
STROTHER, G; 131
STROUD, Ann(Murphrey) 164
STUBELFIELU, Robt. Locksley
ST'JBLEFIELD, George 90
STUBLEFIELD, Willm. 90
STURDIVANT, John Anderson
STURDIVANT, Washington 109
STURDVANT, Robert 78
STURDVANT, William 78
SUBLETT, Abram 45
SUBLETT, Annie P. 162
SUBLETT, Geo. W. 162
SUBLETT, Mary Jane 162
SUBLETT, Peter 162
SUBLITT, Peter 33
SUGGS, Jane 86
SUGGS, Joseph 86
SULIVAN, Woodson 63
SULLINS, Nathan 9U
SUMMERELL, Jeremiah 44
SUMMOS, Joshua 8
SUMPTER, (General) 132
SUTHERLAND, Jane 72
SUTHERLAND, John 134
SWALLOW, Mary 26
SWANN, Cora Stratton 161
SWANN, John 161
SWANN, Richard Thomas 161
SWEELING, Robert 130
SYDNOR, Joseph 147
SYDNOR, Wm. 179
SYKES, Martha D. 13
SYKES, Thomas W. 13
SYKES, William Coles 13
SYME, Andrew (D.D.) 11,22
SYME, John 11
SYME, Mary W. 11
TABB, Thos. 31
TABB, Thomas (Col.) 26
TALBOT, James 130
TALBOT, John 165
TALBOURT, Daniel 100
TALLY, Anthony D. 62
TALLY, Jesse 62
TALLY, Mary A.H. 55
TANKEY, Richd. 178
TARPLEY, Thomas 166
TATAN, John 20
TATAN, Thomas 20
TATEM, Robert 15
TATUM, Mariah 61
TATUM, Peter 15,20
TAYLOR, Mr. 177
TAYLOR, Chas. 43
TAYLOR, Edmund F. 102
TAYLOR, Edward (Slave)
TAYLOR, George K. 141
TAYLOR, John 133
TAYLOR, John Jr. 133
TAYLOR, Martha 42
TAYLOR, Mary S. 161
TAYLOR, Saml. 30
TAYLOR, Thomas 42
TAYLOR, Waller? (Gen.) 72
TENANT, James 83
TENCH, Henry 13
TENCH, Nancy 13
TERELL, William 30
TERRELL, Mary 123, 124
TERRELL, William 124
TERRY, Edward 92
TERRY, Wm. M. 19
T_DER, Henry 79
THACKSTON, James 25,26
THACKSTON, Mary (Wimbish)
THAXTON, James 46
THELABALL, Francis 87
THELABALL, James 29
THELABELL, Widow 27
THELABELL, John 28
THELABELL, Lemuel 27
THELABELL, Margaret 27
THELABELL, Robert 27
THOMAS, Ann 11
THOMASON, Richd. 139
THOMPSON, Darwill 13
THOMPSON, David 31
THOMPSON, John 131,181
THOMPSON, Josiah 167
THOMPSON, Josiah (Sr,) 167
THOMPSON, Nathaniel 70
THOMPSON, Priscilla 13
THOM(S))N(?), Will 156
THOROWGOOD, Adam (Col.) 84
THOROWGOOD, Argal (the
THOROWGOOD, Argall 86
THOROWGOOD, Elizabeth 83
THOROWGOOD, John 29,85
THOROWGOOD, Sarah 29
THOROWGOOD, Susannah(Mrs . )
THOROWGOOD, Win.(Capt.) 86
THOROWGOOD, (?) 29
THOROWGOOD(?), Mary 29
THORP, Joseph 79
THORP, Lewis 79
THORP, Richard 79
THREEWITTS, Ann 20
THREEWITTS, Peter 20
THRIFT, Rev. Mr. 72, 7A
THRIFT, Jane T. 52
THRIFT, John 51,52
THRIFT, John B. 51
THRIFT, Minton (Rev.)
THURMAN, Mary 178
THWEAT, Benjamin 121
THWEATT, Anne 150
THWEATT, Burwell Green 150
THWEATT, David 68
THWEATT, Henry 147
THWEATT, Henry R. 147
THWEATT, John Manson 150
THWEATT, Mary 150
THWEATT, Sarah G. 58
THWEATT, Susan 150
TIFFIN, Thos. 131
TILLMAN, David 113
TILLMAN, John J. (?) 119
TILTSON, Elizabeth 62
TILTSON, Lenny 62
TIMMONS, George 148
TINSLEY, Bennet 172
TINSLEY, Fanny 12
TINSLEY, George Wythe 158
TINSLEY, G.W.(Dr.) 158
TINSLEY, J.H. 158
TINSLEY, John 13
TINSLEY, Neeley 12
TINSLEY, Peter 158
TINDALE, William 101
TITREVILLE, Peter J. 103
TOMLINSON, William 67
TOMPKINS, D. 132
TOMPKINS, Danl. 132
TOMPKINS, John 134
TORBORNE, Eliza 62
TORKSEY, Philip 27
TOWNSIN, Jabas 132
TRABUE, David 168
TRAMELL, Willm. 93
TRAYLOR, Betsy 55
TRAYLOR, Danl. 52
TRAYLOR, Lucy Ann 52
TRAYLOR, Miles C. 52
TRAYLOR, Wm. 52
TREIGH, Chas. 90
TRENT, Alexr. 31
TRENT, Peterfd. 31
TRENT, Peter Field 122
TREVETHAN(?), Mary Anne 29
TROTTER, George 164
TROTTER, Hannah 35
TUCKER, Argulus 60
TUCKER, Atta Ann (Mrs.) 74
TUCKER, Baraman(BerryTiian) 3
TUCKER, Benjamin 148,149
TUCKER, Benj ./Benjamin (Sr.)
TUCKER, Colston 3
TUCKER, Daniel Wilson 161
TUCKER, David J. 59 ■
TUCKER, D.W. 161
TUCKER, Evelyn 59
TUCKER, Frances 3
TUCKER, Isaac 4
TUCKER, Joseph 79
TUCKER, Martha 51,52
TUCKER, Martha A. 63,64
TUCKER, Martha Ann E. 54
TUCKER, Mary P. 55
TUCKER, Robert 4,180
TUCKER, Robert G. 105
TUCKER, Sarah 59
TUCKER, Sarah E. 59
TUCKER, Sarvella Berniece
TUCKER, Spencer G. 53
TUCKER, Susan 161
TUCKER, Susan D. 161
TUCKER, Susan E. 53
TUCKER, Virginia A. 56
TUCKER, Wood 4
TUDER, John 114
TUDER, Landon 114
TUDER, Matthew 114
TUDER, Robert 114
TUDER, Robert (Jr.) 114
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TUNE, Travis 179
TUNSTALL, Edm. 135
TUNSTALL, T. 133
TURDOR, Meggah 32
TURK, James 18
TURNBULL, Hannah J. 57
TURNER, Mr. 93
TURNER, Arthur 42
TURNER, Catherine 12
TURNER, Charlotte 42
TURNER, Edmund 42
TURNER, Ephrame 44
TURNER, Jas. /James 12,42,
TURNER, James (Capt.) 181
TURNER, Jas. Jr. 93,176
TURNER, Jas. (Sr.) 90
TURNER, Jane (Anderson)
TURNER, John 25,66
TURNER, Joseph 69,88,150
TURNER, Joseph (Jr.) 150
TURNER, Joshua 44
TURNER, Moses 92
TURNER, Samuel 44
TURNER, Simon 70
TURNER, Thomas 42,88
TURNER, William 92
TURNOR, Nathan 31
TURPIN, Horation 166
TURPIN, Lizzie 162
TURPIN, M. 168
TURPIN, M.A.(Mrs.) 162
TURPIN, Martha Virginia
TURPIN, Peter(Field) 166
TURPIN, Phillip 166
TURPIN, R.B. 162
TURPIN, Rebecca 162
TURPIN, Sally (EuSLace)
TURPIN, Thos. /Thomas 25,32
TURPIN, Thomas (Jr.) 166
TURPIN, Thomas J. (Dr.)
TURPIN, Wm. A. 162
TYLER, Edom AA
TYREE, Benja. 173
TYREE, iJavid 140
TYRES, Lewis 66 .
TYSON, William A. 11
TYUS, Benjamin 79
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VALENTINE, Archer 53
VALENTINE, Cresy 53
VALENTINE, Fanny 53
VALENTINE, Jim 6A
VASSER, Richard 10
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VAUGHAN, Claiborne 150
VAUGHAN, David 164
VAUGHAN, Daivd W. 12
VAUGHAN, E.G. 12
VAUGHAN, Eliz, 59
VAUGHAN, Eugenia J. 54
VAUGHAN, Grief 147
VAUGHAN, Hannah (Lester)
VAUGHAN, Jas./ James 42,54
VAUGHAN, Jeremiah 11
VAUGHAN, John 150
VAUGHAN, Jordan 59
VAUGHAN, Mary 12
VAUGHAN, William 65
VAUGHAN, William M. 12
VAUGHAN, William Thomas
VAUGHN, Daniel 71
VAUGHN, Pierce 66
VAUGHN, Semore 40
VENABLE, Ab.,/Abra. /Abraham
VENABLE, Ab. (Jr.) 137
VENABLE, Chs. /Charles
VENABLE, Nathaniel 178 ,
VERDEL, John A. 153
VEST, John 34
VEST, Phillop 34
VICK, Eliza. 41
VICK, James 41
VICK, Jo. 44
VICK, Jos. 43
VICK, Josiah 18,40,42
VICK, Parks N. 41
VICK, Rebedca 41
VICK, Richd. 41
VILLION, John 33
VINSON, Joseph 99
WADDELL, Noel 140
WADDIL, Noel 176
WADDILL, Noel 41
WADE, Charles 175
WADE, George 92
WADE, James 174,175,177,
WADKINS, David 74
WADKINS, Lydall 132
WAINWRIGHT, Ann Morris 148
WAITE, Edward 133
WALDANE, Anna 148
WALDANE, Patty 148
WALDANE, Stephen 148
WALKE, Elizabeth 27
WALKE, John 121
WALKE, Thomas (Col.) 27
WALKER, Benja. 30
WALKER, David 176
WALKER, Duvey 177
WALKER, George (Sr.) 177
WALKER, Henry 140,173,176
WALKER, James 79
WALKER, Jane 177
WALKER, Jeremiah 148
WALKER, Jermiah 148
WALKER, Jobe 30
WALKER, John 105
WALKER, Jno, M. (Dr.) 73
WALKER, Mary Thomas 57
WALKER, Nancy V. 112
WALKER, Robart 30
WALKER, Robert 79
WALKER, Robert (Gentleman)
WALKER, Sarah 100
WALKER, Thomas 148
WALKER, Wm. /William 69,
WALL, Charles 176
WALL, Robert 46
WALLACE, Andrew 178
WALLACE, Catherine (Parks)
WALLACE, Ellen 11
WALLACE, John 11
WALLACE, Saml. 24,26,137
WALLER, Benjamin 42
WALLER, Easter 23
WALLER, John 42,43
WALLER, Lucy 42
WALLER, William 67
WALLIS, Samuel 174
WALTERS, Elijah 134
WALTERS, John ' 134
WALTERS, Robert (Sen.) 134
WALTERS, Robert (Jun.) 134
WALTHALL, Sallie 159
WALTON, Edgar 123
WALTON, George 137
WALTON, Robert 137
WALTON, Willm. /William
WANNER, Eliza(Mrs.) 74
WANNER, Wm. 74
WARBOUR, Joel 90
WARBOUR, Talman 90
WARD, Marion Michaux 160
WARD, Mary 99
WARD, Mary L. 161
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WARREN, Elizabeth 74
WARREN, Lemuel 12
WARREN, Martha 12
WARREN, Michael 151
WABREN, Rebecca B. 56
WARREN, Samuel H. 74
WARREN, Wilmoth 58
WARRINGTON, Elizabeth 86
WARRINGTON, GeorgeCthe eldei;)
WARRINGTON, Martha 86
WASHINGTON, George 88,120
WASHINGTON, Richard 42
WATERS, John 90,92
WATERS, John (Jr.) 92
WATERS, Thos. 92
WATERS, Willm. 92
WATKINS, Abner 174
WATKINS, Adrian 121
WATKINS, Agnes 140
WATKINS, Alice 132
WATKINS, Ann 121
WATKINS, Anne 174
WATKINS, B. 45
Francis W. 120
H(enry) W. 167
Jas. /James 90,174
John (Jr.) 174
Miles Gary 121
WATKINS, Richard 121
WATKINS, Samuel 169
WATKINS, SamueKLt.) 161
WATKINS, Sarah 174
WATKINS, Susanna 121
WATKINS, Thos. /Thomas 32,
WATKINS, Thomas (b of John
WATKINS, Wm. /William
WATLINGTON, John 180
WATSON, James Baird 13
WATSON, Douglas 178
WATSON, James E. 13
WATSON, Jesse 92
WATSON, John 23,132
WATSON, Margaret 178
WATSON, Mary F. 13
WATSON, Matthew 178
WATSON, Wm. /William
WATTON, George 176
WATTS, Anna 38
WATTS, Anna M.W. 38
WATTS, Jennie C. 62
WATTS, J.O. 62
WATTS, John (Rev.) 72
WATTS, Richard 38
WATTS, Sarah 46
WEAFORD, John 135
WEAKLEY, Hannah 176
WEAKLY, James 176
WEATHERFORD , Maney 135
WEATHERS, Benjamin 17
WEATHERS, John 17
WEATHERS, Thomas 17
WEAVER," Jarratt 19
WEBB, Dunkin H. 56
WEBB, Judith C. 55
WEBB, Mary Elizabeth 56
WEBB, Mary J. 57
WEBB, Thomas 57
WEBLIN, John 84,87
WEBLIN, William 81
WEBSTER, Joseph 178
WEEKS, William 141
WELCH, John 181
WELCH, Nancy 46
WELLBORN, Nancy 45
WELLS, Algernon L. 52
WELLS, Ann 63
WELLS, Desdimonia 174
WELLS, Dorothy 55
WELLS, Eliz. /Elizabeth
WELLS, Hubbard 55
WELLS, Laban 60
WELLS, Mary 174
WELLS, Mary E. 61
WELLS, Mary Jane 60
WELLS, Mary (Whitlock)
WELLS, Peterson 52
WELLS, Tillman 61
WELTON, Arad 116
WESSON, Joseph 119
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WESTBROOK, Henry 43
WESTBROOK, Prissillah 43
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WESTRA, William 88
WEVER, Ben 33
WHEATEN, Sarah 127
WHEELER, Luke 73
WHEELHOUSE, Anna 55
WHITE, Widow 28
WHITE, Isaac 27
WHITE, James 16
WHITE, Keziah 28
WHITE, Samuel M. 44
WHITE, Solomon 81
WHITEHEAD, Benjamin 37
WHITEHEAD, Wm. 40
WHITEHORN, John 79
WHITEHORN, Jos. 61
WHITEHORN, Jos. W. 61
WHITEHURST, Giddeon 29
WHITEHURST, Henry 86,109
WHITEHURST, John 29,81
WHITEHURST, Mary 83
WHITEHURSH, Richard 83
WHITLOCK, Achilles 134
WHITLOCK, Charles 174
WHITLOCK, John 174
WHITLOCK, Josiah 174,176
WHITLOCK, Josiah(Jr.) 174
WHITLOCK, Milla 174
WHITLOCK, Thos. 92
WHITLOCK, William Adams
WHITMORE, Young 3
WHITTAKER, John 56
WHITTAKER, William T. 56
WHITTINGTON, Frederick 68
WICKER, Wm. 82(2)
WICKES, Nathaniel 15
WIGDEN, Isabella 13
WIGDEN, Thomas G. 13
WILBERN, James 21
WILBORNE, Arthur 80
WILBORNE, Benjamin 80
WILBORNE, Burrell 80
WILBORNE, John 80
WILBORNE, William 45
WILBOimN, Wilborn 66
WILBURN, Henry H. 21
WILBURN, John K.. 21
WILBURN, Rebecca 21
WILBURN, William 21
WILKERSON, Gallio 45
WILKERSON, Salley 45
WILKES, Mary (Lester) 164
WILKES, Thos. 164
WILKINS, Catherine 80
WILKINS, Edmund 65
WILKINS, Edmund (Sr.) 80
WILKINS, John L. 80
WILKINS, John L(imbrey) 80
WILKINS, John Limbrey 80
WILKINS, Rebecca 80
WILKINS, William W. 80
WILKINS (?), Douglass 155
WILKINSON, Cary(Dr.) 141
WILKINSON, James 40,42,44
WILKINSON, Jno. T. 63
WILKINSON, Richard A. 63
WILLIAMS, (Administrator) 7
WILLIAMS, Miss 63
WILLIAMS, Rev, Mr. 74
WILLIAMS, Albert B. 54
WILLIAMS, Alexander 66
WILLIAMS, Alsey W. 114
WILLIAMS, Ann T. 55
WILLIAMS, Archibald 13
WILLIAMS, Arthur 43
WILLIAMS, Benjamin 43,44
WILLIAMS, Benjamin G. 131
WILLIAMS, Betsey 37
WILLIAMS, Betsy 38
WILLIAMS, Blythe 43
WILLIAMS, Burges 43
WILLIAMS, Drewry 43
WILLIAMS, Elizabeth 43
WILLIAMS, Elizabeth Brown
WILLIAMS, Ethelbert 44
WILLIAMS, Ethelbert Carr
WILLIAMS, George 7
WILLIAMS, Hartwell 54,60
WILLIAMS, Hartwell W. 55
WILLIAMS, Herbert 55
WILLIAMS, James 55,80,88
WILLIAMS, Jeremiah 43
WILLIAMS, Jezreel 89
WILLIAMS, John 44,71,102
WILLIAMS, John W. 63
WILLIAMS, Julia 52
WILLIAMS, Lucy V.E., 115
WILLIAMS, Ludwell 7
WILLIAMS, Martha 54,55,60
WILLIAMS, Mary 43,44,53
WILLIAMS, Mary (Mrs.) 71
WILLIAMS, Mary P. 60
WILLIAMS, Mat. 88
WILLIAMS, Nancey /Nancy
WILLIAMS, Nathaniel 131
WILLIAMS, Nicholus 88
WILLIAMS, Peter 10
WILLIAMS, Philip 37
WILLIAMS, Pleasant 38
WILLIAMS, R. 131
WILLIAMS, Robert 131
WILLIAMS, Sarah 63
WILLIAMS, Sion 43
WILLIAMS, Thomas 68,79
WILLIAMS, Thos. M. 64
WILLIAMS, Wilie 43
WILLIAMS, William 38,43,
WILLIAMSON, Anthony 29
WILLIAMSON, Arthur 80
WILLIAMSON, Benjamin F. 12
WMSON, Catherine 13
WILLIAMSON, Chas. 59
WILLIAMSON, George 71
WILLIAMSON, Helen Elizabeth
WILLIAMSON, Henry 69
WILLIAMSON, John 92
WILLIAMSON, Lewelling 177
WILLIAMSON, Maria Louisa
WILLIAMSON, May R. 63
WILLIAMSON, Stephen 148
WILLIAMSON, Thomas 79
WILLIAMSON, William H. 59
WILLIFORD, John 43
WILLIFORD, Sally 43
WILLIFORD, Thomas 43
WILLIS, L.E. 160
WILLMER, D.D.(Rev.) 73
WILLOUGHBY, William 86
WILLS, Betsy 62
WILLS, D.P. 63
WILLS, Henry (Capt.) 163
WILLS, Matthew 42
WILLS, Stanfeild C. 62
WILLS, Tillman 62
WILLS, T.W. 63
WILLSON, John 35
WILLSON, Nancy 35
WILLSON (?), Henery 35
WILMORE, Daniel 34
WILSON, Andrew 84
WILSON, Basil 134
WILSON, Benja. 30
WILSON, Edward 104
WILSON, Eliza (Lester) 164
WILSON, Henry (Hon.) 72
WILSON, John 73,152,164
WILSON, Margaret 13
WILSON, Mary 57
WILSON, Nathaniel 13
WILSON, Thos. /Thomas
WIMBISH, Ann 178
WIMBISH, Ben. /Benjamin
WIMBISH, Elizabeth 178
WIMB.ISH, James 26,136,178
WIMBISH, James (Jr.) 26
WIMBISH, John 26,136,178
WIMBISH, Mary 178
WIMBISH, Saml. /Samuel
WIMBISH, Sarah 25
WIMBISH, Sary 178
WINCHESTER, James (Gen.) 72
WINDHAM, Eustis A2
WINDHAM, John Jr. 42
WINDHAM, Willis 43
WINFIELD, Edward 111
WINFIELD, Frances 111
WINFIELD, Thos. Ill
WINFREE, John 167
WINFREE, Lucy E. 160
WINFREY, Isaac 31
WINFREY, Israel 32
WINN, Betsey 36
WINN, Beverly J. 56
WINN, Buckner 36
WINN, Edmund P. 56
WINN, Freeman 36
WINN, Joseph 36
WINN, Joyce 36
WINN, Marian J. 36
WINN, Oratio 36
WINN, Robert 36
WINN, Thomas 36
WINN, Wm. C' 73
WISHARD, George 27
WISHARD, John 27
WISHART, William 28
WITLOCK, Thos. 90
WITT, Elijah 89
WOLF, Susan M. 71
WOMACK, Abraham 136
WOMACK, Alexad. 138
WOMACK, Charles 180
WOMACK, Hubbard 10
WOMACK, Jacob 23
WOMACK, James 8,10
WOMACK, Margaret 25
WOMACK, Willm. /William
WOOD, Charles 80
WOOD, David 101
WOOD, Edward (the younger)
WOOD, Elizabeth 85
WOOD, Mary 42
WOOD, Moses 42
WOOD, Stephen 101
WOOD, Thos. 25,85
WOODARD, Charles 88
WOODARD, Joel 28
WOODCOCK, Rebecca 72
WOODFIN, Arthur 169
WOODFIN, Samuel 48
WOODFIN, Thomas 169
WOODFIN, William 169
WOODFIN, William (Sr.) 169
WOODHOUSE, Amy 82
WOODHOUSE, Francis 83
WOODHOUSE, Henry 81,82,83,
WOODHOUSE, Hora. (Capt.) 83
WOODHOUSE, John 28
WOODIE, James 133
WOODING, Robert 181
WOODLAND, William 79
WOODLEY, Clara 80
WOODLIEF, Catherine (Mrs.)
WOODLIEF, Martha C.J. 73
WOODSON, Charles 140,178
WOODSON, Constant 140,178
WOODSON, Daniel 140,178
WOODSON, David 140,178
WOODSON, Jacob 140,178
WOODSON, John 125
WOODSON, Joseph 31
WOODSON, Miller 172,173
WOODSON, Obadiah (Jr.) 140
WOODSON, Richard 138,139
WOODSON, Thos. 137
WOODSON, Wade 166
WOODWARD, R.J, 72
WOOLDRIDGE, John 34
WOOLDRIDGE, John iH
WOOLDRIDGE, John (Rev.) 159
WOOLDRIDGE, Martha 159 '
WOOLDRIDGE, Thomas 34
WOOTEN, Edward 16
WOOTEN, George 16
WOOTEN, Lucy 140
WOOTTEN, Edward 16
WOOTTEN, Eldridge 16
WOOTTEN, Meranda 16
WOOTTEN, Wm. 176
WORD, John 180
WORLEY, John 32
WORLEY, Joseph 32
WORLEY, Wm. 32
WORRELL, John Sr. 44
WORRELL, Richard 44
WORRELL, Tabitha 44
WORSHAM, Elizabeth 149
WORSHAM, Harriet C. 54
WORSHAM, H.C. 54
WORSHAM, Joshua 5
WORSHAM, Lewelling 4,149
WORSHAM, Lucy 3
WORSHAM, Lucy Jones 149
WORSHAM, Ludwell 4,149
WORSHAM, Mary 12,149
WORSHAM, William 12
Samuel G. 38
WORTHINGTON, W. H. 119
WOSHINTON, George 88
WREN, David 22
WREN, Evans 44
WREN, Hannah 44
WREN, Richard 44
WRENN, Alexr. 68
WRENN, Francis 68
WRENN, James 68
WRENN, Thomas 22,68
WRIGHT, David 88
WRIGHT, James 88
WRIGHT, James (?) 119
WRIGHT, Job 88
WRIGHT, Jno./John 25,104
WRIGHT, Joseph 82
WRIGHT, Matthew A. 52
WEIGHT, Obediah 139
WRIGHT, Silas M. 53
WRIGHT, W. 134
WYATT, Adelena M. 62
WYATT, Adelena V. 62
WYATT, E.A. 62
WYATT, Geo. 73
WYCHE, Henry 69
WYCHE, James 79,171
WYCHE, Nathl. /Nathaniel
WYCHE, Permelia 171
WYCHE, Peter 67
WYNFIELD, Jarwish 79
WYNN, Margaret 54
WYNN, Mary 68
WYNNE, Binns 5
WYNNE, Glaynus 164
WYNNE, Jno./John 6
WYNNE, John (Jr.) 131
WYNNE, John H. 5,6
WYNNE, Joshua 5,6
WYNNE, Lucretia 149
WYNNE, Lucy 5,6
WYNNE, Nancy 6
WYNNE, Peggy 6
WYNNE, Rebecca (Lester) '
WYNNE, Robert Sr. 6
liTYNNE, SI Oman 149
WYNNE, William 6,131
WYNNFIELD, Robert 79
YARBROUGH, Archibald 10
YARBROUGH, Elizabeth 176
YARBROUGH, James Smith 176
YARBROUGH, Janney 176
Young, William 131,171
YOUNGER, Jesse 179
YATES, Elijah 134
YATES, William 65
YATESSON, John 93
YEATS, Nancy 132
YOUNG, Archibald 133
YOUNG, Edward 147
YOUNG, Edward (Sr.) 147
YOUNG, Elizabeth 171
YOUNG, John 171
YOUNG, John (Jr.) 171
YOUNG, Lucretia 52
YOUNG, M.B.E. 63
YOUNG, Sarah 171,172
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