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•L. VI, NO. 1 



JANUARY 1, 1988 



HE SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIAN 



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THE SOUTHSroE VIRGINIAN 



Volume 6 



January 1988 



Number 1 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FROM THE EDITORS 

BLAND'S HEIRS vs. WOODLIEF, BRUNSWICK COUNTY 
JUDGMENT, 1822 

SUSSEX COUNTY PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS, 1782 

THE MATHEW STURDIVANT LINE 

UNRECORDED CHESTERFIELD COUNTY WILLS 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY WILL BOOK I 

SUSSEX COUNTY TITHABLE LIST, 1754 

QUERIES 



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Lyndon H. Hart, J. Christian Kolbe, Editors 
Graphics by Bobby Sheppard 
Copyright 1988 



Correspondence should be addressed: 

The Southside Virginian 

P.O. Box 118 

Richmond, Virginia 23201. 



FROM THE EDITORS 



Dear Subscribers, 

We thank you for your continued support of The Southside 
Virginian during the past year'. We again encourage you 
to send us any pre-1853 Bible Records you might have. We 
realize there was a printing problem with Vol. V, No. 4 
and our printer has corrected this. Please feel free to 
send us any suggestions that you might have. 

Best wishes for the New Year, 



The Editors 



BLAND'S HEIRS vs. WOODLIEF, 
BRUNSWICK COUNTY JUDGMENT, 1822 
by B.H.Browder 

Items of genealogical significance were selected from this large collection 
of suit papers. These were chosen because they involved either a burned record 
county or the General Court (whose records are also burned). All items included 
are fully transcribed. 

Sussex County To wit 

Personally appeared before us Nathaniel Cargill and John Cargill justices 
of the peace for the said county Joseph Moore of Lawfull age who being sworn 
deposeth and saith that he was well acquainted with John Bland of Virginia alias 
English John Bland alias (Quaker?) John Bland from the years 1776 or '7 till 
his death which took place (smudge) as this deponant now recollects between 
the years 1793 and 1796 that he lived as store keeper for the said Bland from 
1785 till 1788 inclusive, that he does not believe the said Bland ever returned 
to England after he first came to this Country that he was the reputed son of 
John Bland of London from whom he frequently received and returned letters in 
the style of Father and Son that he understood by letters from Joseph Bland (a 
brother of the said John of Virginia) that the said John Bland of Virginia was 
the Eldest son and Heir at Law of the said John Bland of London that the said 
letters which he frequently perused while store keeper as aforesaid were on the 
subject of some houses and Lots in the Town of Scarborough in England which Houses 
and Losts, this deponent under-stood by said letters the said John Bland of Virginia 
was entitled to as heir at Law as aforesaid of the said John Bland of London, 
that he understood by the said John Bland of Virginia and once by a conversation 
between the said John Bland and a Mr. Stith of Brunswick, that the said Bland 
of Virginia held in his possession a Tract of Land in the said county of Brunswick 
and also that the said John Bland of Virginia, was appointed a commissioner of 
the Revenue for the county of Prince George during the American revolution 

Taken before us agreeable to Joseph Moore 

the inclosed commission and notice given under our hands & seals this 7th March 
1822 N. Cargill (Seal) 

John Cargill (J. P. Seal) 



This Indenture made this twenty fourth day of March in the year of our Lord one 
thousand seven hundred and sixty Between William House of the County of Brunswick 
of the one part and William Eppes Attorney at Law of the other part and County 
of Dinwiddie Witnesseth that the said William House for and in consideration 
of the sum of thirty five pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid 
by the said William Eppes the Receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge hath 
granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents 
doth grant bargain sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said William Eppes 
his heirs and assigns for ever two tracts or parcels of land lying and being 
in the County of Brunswick containing in the whole five hundred and thirty eight 
acres which said land was granted by patents to one Dionysius Wright and conveyed 
by the said Wright to one Randall Daniel one tract containing four hundred acres 
and bounded as followeth to wit Beginning at Peter Daniels corner posimmon tree 
on a branch thence down the said branch as it meanders to the mouth thence up 
Crab Louse Creek as it meanders to Francis Letts corner white oak on the same 
thence along Letts line south fifty six degrees east eighty two poles to his 
corner hickory thence off south fifty one degrees east two hundred [po]les to 
a Spanish oak on Kimballs line thence along his line south fifteen degrees west 
seven[ty] six poles to his corner shrub white oak thence off south fifty degrees 
west one hundred and sixty poles to a live oak thence north thirty one degrees 
west four hundred and ten poles to a small black gum [on] the branch aforesaid 
thence down the said branch as it meanders to the beginning also one other tract 
containing one hundred and thirty eight acres adjoining the above mentioned four 
hundred acres and bounded as followeth to wit Beginning at a corner pine in (torn) 
Glebe line thence along the said line north twenty one degrees (torn) thirty 
six poles to his own old corner live oak thence along the said line north fifty 
degrees one hundred and ninety six poles to his corner hickory on Letts line 
thence along his line south seventy nine degrees east thirty eight poles to his 
corner white oak thence north seventy (four?) degrees east twenty nine poles 
to his corner red oak thence along the said line north eleven degrees east thirty 
four poles to his corner read oak thence north forty six degrees east sixty six 
poles to a corner pine thence off south forty five degrees east one hundred and 
fifty eight poles to a small black jack in the Glebe line thence along the said 
line south forty five degrees west ninety poles to the begining And the reversion 
and reversions remainder and remainders rents issues and profits thereof and all 
the estate right title interest claim and demand i^hatsoever of 



him the said William House of in and to the same and every part there (torn) with 

the appurtenances To have and to hold the said land and premises with the appurtenances 

unto the said William Eppes his heirs and assigns to (torn) only use and behoof 

of him the said William Eppes his heirs and assigns forever and the said William 

House for himself his heirs executors admrs. doth covenant and agree to and with 

the said William Eppes his heirs and assigns that the said William Eppes his heirs 

and assigns shall forever peacebly and quietly hold a (torn) enjoy the said tract 

or parcel of land with the appurtenances without the molestati-on eviction or interruption 

of any person or persons whatsoever and the said William House and his heirs shall 

and will at any time or times hereafter at the reasonable request and cost of him 

the said William Eppes his heirs or assigns make and execute such other conveyance 

or assurance for the better confirming the said land & premises with the appurtenances 

unto the said William Eppes his heirs or assigns as he or they his or their counsil 

learned in the law sha(torn) advise or require In Witness whereof I have hereunto 

sett my hand and affixed my seal the day and year first above written 

Signed sealed & delivered 

in presence of William House 

The affidavit of William Rice Senr. to be read as evidence in the Superior Court 

of Law for the County of Brunswick in the Ejectment Bland heirs [illegible] vs 

Elizabeth Woodlief heirs first sworn sayeth that he is now about seventy years 

old that when he was a small boy and when he could first remember there was about 

twenty thousand corn hills cleared by Dionitious Wright who he expects first settled 

the place upon the land where the defendant now lives that the said Dionitious 

Wright lived there untill he raised six or seven children that there was a dwelling 

house some out houses fruit trees [illegible] of apples and a well dug and the 

cleared land inclosed and that he had some stock about him that he-seid a man by 

the name of Randal Daniel moved there when Wright moved away built a framed store 

house and dwelling house in a different place from the old settlement upon the 

Road lived there about two years and kept store that it is the same tract of land 

now claimed by Blands heirs and the same tract of land upon which the defendant 

now lives and is the subject of this present suit and the same land called 

Eppes 

Brunswick County 

Sworn to in due form before me this 
July 13th 1820 j^ Pritchett 



I do hereby certify that I did on or about the year 1805 or six hear Francis Woodlief 

dec'd the son of Thomas Woodlief acknowledge or declare that he had sold the said 

Thomas Woodlief the whole of his estate given under my hand this 7th day of April 

1815 „ • T • 

Francis Lanier 



I do hereby certify that Thomas Woodlief Infant has the approbation of me his Guardian 

to marry Miss Elizabeth Hill Eppes spinster of Dinwiddle and the Clerk of the said 

county is hereby authorised to issue his license for that purpose. Given under 

my hand and seal the 8th day of July Anno Dom. 1777 - Edm. Ruffin junr. (seal) 

Witness 

Wm. Wilkins To the Clerk of Dinwiddle 

Nathl. Harrison A Copy 

Teste 

J Nicholas CDC 

Dinwiddle County July 8th 1777 

Understanding a treaty of marriage is concluded between Mr. Thomas Woodlief of 

Prince George County & Miss Eppes Daughter of Francis Eppes late of this County 

deed, these are [illegible] to all persons [illegible] concern, that a Guardian 

to the young lady, I do entir[ely] approve of and assent to her marriage with the 

said Mr. Woodlief. Given under my hand this eighth day of July in the year of 

our Lord 1777. 

John Banister 
A Copy 
Teste 

J Nicholas CDC 

Exors. & Admrs. sealed with our seals & dated this eight day of July 1777. Whereas 
there is a marriage shortly intended to be had and solemnized between the above 
bound Thomas Woodlief and Elizabeth Hill Eppes of Dinwiddle County Spinster, - 
Now the condition of the above obligation is such that if there be no lawful cause 
to obstruct the said marriage, then the above obligation to be void else to remain 



in full force and virtues 

Sealed & Delivered in 
presence of 
R. Rowell 

A Copy 
Teste 



Thomas Woodlief (seal) 
A. Goodi^n (seal) 



J Nicholas CDC 



[on outer fold] 
Marriage &c 

Woodlief 

to 
Elizabeth Hill Eppes 

This Indenture made the thirty first day of August the year of our Lord 1765 between 
Frederick Eppes of the City of Williamsburg and Robert Ravenscroft of the County 
of Dinwiddie in Virginia of the one part and John Bland of the City of London in 
Great Britain merchant of the other part. Whereas at a General Court of Virginia 
held at the Capitol the fourth day of May in the Year of our Lord 1765 before 
the Justices of the said [torn] the said John Bland recovered against the said 
Robert Ravenscroft the sum of One hundred and three pounds two shillings and fourpence 
of lawful money of Great Britain and Two hundred and eight pounds of nett tob° 
and fifty shillings or five hundred pounds of Tobacco which to the said John Bland 
in the same Court were adjudged for his damages sustained as well by reason of 
the said Robert Ravenscroft his not performing a certain promise and assumption 
to the said John Bland by the said Robert Ravenscroft made as for the said John 
Bland his costs by him about his suit in that behalf expended and whereas the said 
Robert Ravenscroft hath agreed that the lands herein after described shall be made 
a security 



for payment (illegible) 

thereof and for that purpose be conveyed to the John Bland by the said Frederick 
Eppes who had sold the same lands to the said Robert Ravenscroft but had never 
executed any Deed for vesting the legal title of them in him Now This Indenture 
witnesseth that in consideration of the aforesaid sum of one hundred and three 
pounds two shillings and fourpence two hundred and eighty eight pounds of tobacco 
and fifty shillings or five hundred pounds of tobacco and also of the further 
sum of five shillings paid by the said John Bland the said Frederick Eppes and 
Robert Ravenscroft the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge they the said 



Frederick Eppes and Robert Ravenscroft have granted bargained sold and confirmed 

and by these presents do grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said John Bland 

and unto his heirs and assigns all those two tracts or parcels of land which 

lying contiguous in the County of Brunswick in Virginia and containing together 

by estimation five five hundred and thirty eight acres were granted unto one 

Dionysius Wright part by letters patent dated the twenty eight day of June in 

the Year of our Lord 1754 and the residue by other letters patent dated the sixteenth 

day of August in the year of Our Lord 1756 and were purchased of the said Dionyus 

Wright by William Eppes and by the last will and testament of the said William 

Eppes were devised to the above named Frederick Eppes and all houses outhouses 

buildings Yards Gardens Orchards Woods (illegible) water courses profits 

commodities and hereditaments to the same belonging and the reversion and reversions 

remainder and remainders thereof and all the Estate right title and interest 

of them the said Frederick Eppes Robert Ravenscroft of in and to the same and 

all deeds evidences and writ-ings touching or concerning the same To have and 

to hold the said two tracts or parcels of and and their (illegible) and 

unto heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of the said John Bland 

and of his heirs and assigns forever provided that if the said Robert Ravenscroft 

his heirs executors or administrators shall pay or cause to be paid to the said 

John Bland to his ex'ors or assigns the sum of one hundred and three pounds two 

shillings and fourpence of lawful money of Great Britain Two hundred and eighty 

eight pounds of nett Tobacco or fifty shillings or five hundred pounds of Tobacco 

and Interest for the same at the rate of five per centum per annum to be computed 

from the fourth day of May last past on or before the tenth day of October next 

following Then this Indenture shall be void and the estate hereby granted shall 

determine and the said Frederick Eppes for himself and his heirs doth covenant 

with the said John Bland and with his exors. admrs . and assigns that he the said 

Frederick Eppes at the time of sealing and 

(illegible) 

(illegible) that for anything (illegible) supposed by him the same are free 

from all Incumbrances whatsoever and that in case default shall be made in the 

proviso aforesaid from thenceforth the said John Bland his heirs or assigns may 

enter into and possess the same lands with their appurtenances without any molestation 

from him the said Frederick Eppes or other person or persons lawfully claiming 

under him and he the said Frederick Eppes at any time thereafter or his heirs 



will at the costs of the said John Bland execute a release or or other reasonable 

assurance of the premises to him the said John Bland or to his assigns. In witness 

whereof the parties aforesaid have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and 

affixed their seals'the day and year first above written 

Frederick Eppes (seal) 

Sealed and Delivered 
by the said Frederick 
Eppes in presence of 

The affidavit of William Lanier a witness of Lawful age in a Suit now depending 

and undetermined in the Superior Court of the County of Brunswick between Henry 

Harrison VS Woodlief ; after having been sworn upon the Holy Evangelist of Almighty 

God, deposeth & sayeth that he was well acquainted with John Bland Who was frequently 

called english John Bland, and knowned to be a foreigner, and that the sd. said 

John Bland did not to my knowledge ever take the oath of Fidelity and was Known 

to be a Tory, And that the sd. Henry Harrison is the representative of sd. Bland 

and that sd. Bland did live in Princh George, in or about the year of 1787 — This 

deponent further sayeth that he was well acquainted with Col. Francis Epps, that 

he was a married man, and that he had an only Daughter, which was Elizabeth Hill 

Epps, with whom I was personally acquainted and with whom I went to school and 

that Thos. Woodliff married the sd. Elizabeth Hill Epps, and that she had an only 

child, who was Francis E. Woodliff — Farther this deponent sayeth not — 

Wm. Lanier 

Dinwiddie County to wit- 

I do Hereby certify that the above affidavit was 

Taken and Quallified to in due form of Law, at the House 

of John Cole Junr. in the County of Dinwiddie, by Consent 

of the Parties, To be read as evidence in the suit of Harrison 

against Woodlief, in the Superior Ct. of Brunswick 

Given under my hand this 22d. day of June 1820. 

Thomas G. W5mn, J. P. 

Frederic torn) 
To all persons to whom these presents shall (torn) [Gr]eeting 

whereas Isham Eppes late of the County of Dinwiddie deceased by his last will and 
Testament bearing date the 17th Day of June MDCCLX, after having therein & thereby 
specifically devised to several Legatees such part share and portion of his estate 



as is therein mentioned and expressed, did give and devise "all the " rest & 

residue of his estate of x^ihat nature kind or "quality soever unto his loving 

wife Amey Eppes during "her natural life; and after her decease to be equally 

"divided amongst all his Sons (to wit Isham, Francis, William and my self) as 

by the said will duly recorded in the County Court of Dinwiddle afsd., reference 

being thereunto had will more fully and at large appear: And whereas also the 

sa(id) Francis Eppes my Brother at my especial instance hath (torn) himself 

and become answerable to a certain (torn) the payment of one hundred and 

fifteen (torn) justly due and owing by me to the (torn) 

Know ye that I the said Freder (torn) ppes for saving harmless, reimbursing 

and keeping indemnified the said Francis for his undertaking and engagement 

asd. as also for the further consideration of five Shillings Sterling to me 

in hand paid at & before the Sealing and Delivery of these Presents the receipt 

whereof I do hereby acknowledge, Have granted bargain 'd sold & by these presents 

do grant bargain Sr sell unto the said Francis Eppes and to his heirs and assigns 

forever all my Rev(er)sion, Remainder, right. Title, Interest claim & Demand 

whatsoever wch I now have or hereafter may have or claim of in or to any real 

or personal comprized, contained, or meant to be comprized or contained in under 

the afsd. Clause of the Will afsd.; hereby im: powering the said Francis Eppes, 

after the Decease of my sd. Mother Amey Eppes to draw my Share, Portion & Dividend 

of all estate that, by the sd. Will, is ordered & directed to be equally divided 

as afsd.; and the same To have and to hold to his own proper use interest & 

benefit, freed & discharged of all Claims & Demand by me or any other Person 

(torn) ersons whatsoever. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand 

and affix' d my Seal this 29th Day of August one thousand seven hundred & sixty 

six 

Fredk. Eppes 

Sealed and delivered 

in Presence of 

Alex. Finnie 

William Finnie 

(J.) Mitchell 

Virginia 

At a General Corut held at the Capitol the 12th day of 

April 1770 

This Deed Poll was proved by the oath of William (torn) a witness thereto and 

on the thirteenth day of (torn) month the said Deed was proved by the oath of 



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(torn) itchell another witness thereto & ordered (torn) ded 
[on outer fold] 

Eppes ) Teste Ben. Waller CI. Cur. 

to ) Deed 
Eppes ) 
Prvd by 1 Wit: 
Recorded & 

Examd. Fredk. Eppes 's sale of the reversion of 

his father's estate 

In the name of God Amen. I William Epes of the Parish of Bath County of Dinwiddie, 
being in low state of health but in perfect senses and calling to mind it is 
appointed once for all men to die; make and ordain this as my last Will and 
Testament in manner (torn) form following, first I commit my soul into the 
hands of my God who g(ave) it and my body to be decently bHtied intered at the 
discretion of my ex(torn) hereafter named. 
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving Mother Amey Epes one hundred pounds 

part of the money devised me by my father also one Negro called little 

Jack to her and her heirs forever. 
Item I give unto my loving Brother Isham Epes one Negro named Wood to him and 

his heirs 
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving Brother Francis Epes all the land devised 

me by Father lying on the south side of Hatchers run bounded by the old 

road and the high water mark formerly of the Mill pond. I also give to 

my said brother Francis Epes the debt due by him to me by bonds on condition 

he will discount what my account wit(torn) him to him and his heirs forever. 
Item I give unto loving brother Frederick Epes my lands lying in Brun (torn) 

wick County containing Five hundred and thirty eight acres to him and 

his heirs forever 
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving sister Amey Worsham Twenty (torn) pounds 

to be paid out of the money devised me by my Father to her & her heirs 

forever 
Item I give to my God-daughter Martha Epes Ten pounds to be paid of the money 

devised me by my Father to laid out in her education 
Item I give to my God son Thomas Scott Ten pounds to be laid out in (torn) 

Education and to be paid out of the money devised me by my Father I do 



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also hereby constitute my loving brother Isham Epes & Francis Epes executors 

(torn) this my last Will & Testament March the fourth in the year of 

our (torn) one thousand seven hundred & sixty two. 

(torn) ined sealed published & declared as and 

(torn) his last Will & Testament In presence of us Will. Epes 

Thomas Scott 

James Epes 

Dinwiddle April Court 1762 

This Will was presented into Court by Francis Epes one of the Executors therein 
named (&Isham Epes the other Executor named therein personally appeared into 
Court and refused to take upon himself the burthen of the Execution thereof) 
and the same was proved by the Oaths of Thomas S(torn) and James Epes the Witnesses 
thereto and ordered to be Recorded and the motion of the said Francis Epes 
(who made Oath according to Law) (torn) ficate is granted him for obtaining 
probate thereof in due form giv (torn) security whereupon he together with Isham 
Epes his security entered and acknowledged their bond in the sum of conditioned 
as the law (torn) 

Teste Geo. Nicholas CDC 
A copy teste J. Nicholas CDC 
(on outer fold) 
Wm. Eppes Will 

Dinwiddie County 

Isham E. Dabney personally appeared before me, John Verell a Justice of 
the Peace of the aforesd. County and made oath: That frequently in the life 
time of Francis E. Woodlief he had conversation with him, respecting the reversion 
& his whole interest in the Estate that Discended to him from his Grandfather 
Francis Eppes and was always told by him the said Woodlief that he had sold 
the whole of his interest in the said estate &c to his Father. Given under 
my hand this 23rd day of January 1811. 

Jn. Verell, J. P. 



Dinwiddie County to wit 

This day Col. John Crawford personally appeared before me a Justice of the peace 

for the county of Dinwiddie & being of lawfull age And deposeth Si sayeth that 



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he was well acquaited with Frederick Eppes in his life time & that the said 

Frederick Eppes died without issue & to the best of my belief died intestate 

& that he the said Frederick Eppes was the brother of Col. Francis Eppes of 

Dinwiddle county and further this deponan sayeth not 

John Crawford 
Given under my hand this 

ninth day of September 1820 

Statement of Facts 
Anna B. Bland now the wife of Henry J. Harrison, and Harriet Bland now the wife 
of Jonas Wood, Junr. were the children and only Heirs of John Bland late of 
Prince George County deceased, who among other property was possessed of a tract 
of land in the County of Brunswick, which appeared from a Patent found in-his 
among his papers and from the Annual application for the taxes, of the land, 
which I believe were uniformly paid by me whilest acting as guardian to the 
children, the and was charged to John Bland, or to the Estate of John Bland 
not now recollected. Some time after the marriage of Anna B. with Mr. Har(rison) 
Mr. Thomas Woodlief applyed to me then acting as guardian to Ha(rriet) Bland, 
and set up a claim to the land held by the Heirs of Mr. John Bland in Brunswick, 
and showed me sundry old Papers of the bearing of which I could have no proper 
conception, inviting me to use my influence with Mr. Harrison and consent myself 
to refer the business to (I believe) Majr. George K. Taylor. I did not believe 
myself authorized to consent, and not willing had I been authorized and advised 
him to bring a suit as no shorter course would be admitted by me. I heard nothing 
farther about it for some time when I was informed that Mr. Woodlief had taken 
possession of the Land and was sitted upon it. I believe the marriage of Anna 
B. Bland with Mr. Harrison was in 1809 

Thos. Lewis 
The above statement is to be read as evidence in the Ejectment depending in 
Brunswick Bland heirs VS Woodlief 

G. Green Atty for defendants 



The Jury will understand me as admitting that Frances Hill Epes daughter of 
Col. Fr. Epes married the late Tho. Woodlief in 1777 

Note: More which did not copy. 



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SUSSEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA 

PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS 

1782 

Transcribed by 
Pollyanna Creekmore 



Key to Column Numbers 
[1] Proprietors Names 
[2] White Males above 
[3] Number of Negroes 
[4] Number of Horses 
[5] Number of Cattle 



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[1] 


[2] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


Barham Moore 


1 


7 


5 


10 


Wyatt Roe 


1 


2 


2 


3 


Lewis Johnson 


1 


7 


1 


2 


Michael Blow 


1 


5 


5 


19 


Howell Barker 






1 




Edward Slate 


1 




2 




William Stuart Jun''^ 


1 


5 


3 


5 


William Fernando 


1 


6 


2 


3 


Clement Hartley 


1 


1 


3 


9 


Mary Rochell 




13 


2 


9 


Reubin Rogers 






2 


9 


Hinche Rochell 


1 


7 


2 


6 


Levi Gilliam, 


2 


7 


3 


6 


Son Levi 










Samuel Flowers 


1 


1 


3 


12 


Robert Andrews 


1 


7 


5 


10 


Hinche Gilliam 


1 


8 


2 


10 


John Wright 


1 


1 


2 


5 


Edward Whitehorn 


1 


2 


3 


8 


Nath^ Parham 


1 


16 


5 


12 


Joseph Hartley 


1 


1 


4 


10 


Joshua King 


1 




2 


5 


William Tedder 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Ann Stokes 




3 


1 


4 


Reuben Rogers 


1 






2 



14 



Amos Addams 


1 


3 


3 


4 


Hardiman Dunn 


1 


10 


2 


7 


Isaac Addams 


1 




1 




James Jones 


1 


19 


7 


20 


James Williams 


1 


1 


3 


12 


Jesse Rogers 


1 


2 


2 


_ 


Peter Threewitts 


2 


7 


3 


2 


Frederick Loftin 


1 


6 


4 


18 


Mildred Bell 


1 


3 


4 


19 


David Wren 


1 


7 


2 


3 


George Bell 


1 


5 


3 


6 


Ansolan Gilliam 


1 


15 


5 


11 


John Willias 


1 


4 


1 


4 


John Scoot Sen''^ 


2 


11 


9 


25 


W"i Fires 


1 




3 


4 


John Clanton 


1 


10 


5 


12 


Abram Bolton 




1 


1 


4 


William Howell 


1 


10 


1 


2 


William Stewart 










Sterling Cassel 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Jun'^ 


1 


2 


6 


4 






















George Goodwynn 


1 


1 


1 


5 


Henry Baily 


1 


1 


2 


4 






















Joel Harris 


1 


2 


1 


8 


Shardrack Bailey 


1 




1 


6 






















Robert Land Sen'^ 


1 


1 


2 


11 


Richard Rose 


1 


2 


2 


6 






















William Loftin 


2 


11 


4 


20 


Burrell Wilborne 


1 


2 


4 


11 






















Burrell Loftin 


1 


16 


5 


33 


John Davis 


1 




1 


5 






















William Moss 


1 


5 


2 


10 


David Owen Sen''^ 


1 


10 


5 


6 


Henry Freeman 


1 




3 


4 


Joel Adkins 


1 


9 


4 


14 






















John Hutchings 


1 


1 


2 


5 


James Green 


1 


1 


1 


2 






















Robert Magee 


1 


1 


3 


7 


Benjamin Green 


1 


4 


3 


6 






















William Chambless 


1 


13 


8 


22 


Owen 


1 




1 


2 






















Richard Blow 


3 


28 


12 


50 


John Spires 






3 


3 


Phebe Roland 




5 


1 


3 


John Owen Sen''^ 


1 


1 


2 


6 






















Robert Jones 


1 


14 


7 


15 


Frederick Owen 


1 


3 


2 


5 


Rebecca Gee 




1 






Elisabeth Hewett 




6 


1 


5 






















Joshua Smith 


1 


4 


2 


11 


John Harwood 


1 


19 


3 


3 






















Jesse Jordan 


1 


1 


1 


4 


Ishcum Gilliam 


1 


10 


4 


15 






















Charles Williams 


1 


3 


3 


10 


Abram Brown 


1 


9 


4 


10 


Mary Whitehead 






2 


5 


Nathaniel Holt 


1 


10 


5 


23 












William Ezal Sen^ 










Benjamin Wilburn 


1 


4 


3 


4 


2 


5 


3 


17 






















Liddia Nichols 


1 


7 


2 


19 


William Thomas 




















Pennington 


2 


8 


4 


12 


Drury Cooper 


1 


2 


1 


11 


William Brown 


1 


6 


3 


7 


Thomas Hite 


1 




2 


2 


John Spain 


1 




1 


6 


Michael Wall 


1 


31 


8 


54 


Charles Judkins 


1 


15 


8 


22 


Rebecca Williamson 




16 


3 


18 


Bolen Dunn 


1 


6 


5 


5 


Joseph Rogers 


1 


1 




2 



15 



Jonathan Harruss 
Sampson Mosely 
•Cyrell Avery 
Richard Rollings 
David Graves 
Jesse Williamson 
Charles Knight 
Christopher Hood 
Lewis Dunn, Deceased 
Joshua Owen 
Charles Long 
Drury Magee 
George Long Jun'^ 
George Long Sen 
James Porch 
William Graves 
William Land 
Marcus Pennington 
Joseph Dennis 
John Wilburne 
John Graves 

John Peters 

Susanna Tat em 

Curtis Land 

Charles Land 
-vSolomon Graves 

Richard Woodruff 

Seth Price 

Matthew Parham 

Willie Magee 

William Johnson 

Ursley Pennington 

John Blow 

Waddel Johnson 

Charles Moore 



1 


13 


9 


30 


John Howell 1 


1 




2 


11 


" Gray Judkins 1 28 8 28 


1 


20 


6 


20 


Benjamin Naild 1 


1 


1 


1 


9 


John Magee 14 4 6 


1 


U 


5 


14 


Taken by Gray Judkins 


1 


23 


11 


49 


Copy Teste Jno. Locke 


1 


1 


3 


9 




1 




3 


3 






18 


4 


18 


There is a fifth column in the 


1 


6 






original, "Carriages." These 


1 




1 


6 


names preceded by an asterisk 


1 


1 


3 


9 


each had "Chair." 


1 




1 


5 




2 




2 


10 




1 






6 




1 


12 


5 


18 




1 




2 






1 


12 


4 


18 




1 


2 


2 


9 




1 


12 


4 


7 




1 


7 


3 


11 




1 


16 


6 


18 






4 


2 


6 




1 




2 


7 




1 




1 


5 




1 


19 


6 


22 




1 




1 






1 




1 






1 


16 


7 


4 




1 


3 


3 


12 




1 


8 


4 


3 






6 


2 


6 




1 


11 


3 


14 




1 


12 


5 


23 




1 


3 


1 


3 





16 



[1] 


[2] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


[1] 


[2][3][4] 


[5] 


William Allen 


U 


2k\ 


40 


184 


John Garey 


2 




3 


14 


Lidda Andrews 




2 


4 


10 


Mary Glover 




1 


2 




Stephen Baird 


1 


4 


4 


11 


Adam Heath 


1 


5 


4 


12 


John Berryman 


1 


10 


5 


18 


William Hines 




















Junr 


1 


17 


4 


18 


Will iam Baird 


1 


8 


3 


13 






















Alexander Harrisonl 


8 


3 


13 


Alexander Belches 


1 


35 


10 


22 


Ann Hight 




1 


1 


6 


Michael Bailey 


1 


12 


7 


35 


Margaret Heath 




11 


4 


10 


James Boi s seau 


1 


4 


2 


5 






















Henry Heath 


1 


9 


3 


8 


Henry Caton 


1 


9 


6 


20 


John Hight 


1 




2 


6 


John Chappell 


1 


15 


6 


19 






















Hartwell Hines 


1 


10 


5 


24 


Thomas Clements 


1 


25 


8 


43 






















Nathan Heath 


1 


6 


4 


29 


Richard Cook 


1 


10 


4 


9 


William Harrison 




34 


14 


46 


David Cotton 


1 


1 


1 


2 


William Hines 










Harris Cotton 


1 


2 


2 


12 


Senr . 


1 


18 


5 


30 


John Creagh 


1 


2 


2 


7 


Pleasant 
Hunnicutt 










Ivey Clark 


2 
ton2 


1 


3 


8 




22 


7 


11 


Nath-"- & Thomas Coti 


9 


3 


12 


Willis Hall^ 


1 


8 


6 


11 


Richard Christian 


1 


4 


4 


9 


Joshua Hines 


2 


11 


6 


11 


William Claiborne 










Frederick Hines 


1 


6 


2 


8 


Junr ^ 


1 


30 


13 


28 


Rebecca Jones 




11 


4 


10 


Thomas Cullum 


1 




3 


5 


John Jones 


1 


3 


2 


14 


Will iam Cotton 




1 


2 


9 


Abraham Jones 


1 




1 




Richard Cotton 


1 


4 


4 


26 


Holmes Jones 


1 




1 




Jesse Coll ier 


1 


2 


2 


9 


Samuel Jones 


1 


4 


1 


6 


Mary Chappel 




11 


2 


12 


Daniel Ivey 


1 


3 


5 


12 


James Chappel 


1 


11 


5 


30 


Peter Jennings 


1 


1 


2 


9 


Nathaniel Dobey 


1 


6 


4 


36 


Faddy Jarratt 


1 


5 


4 


22 


Nathaniel Dunn 


1 


16 


3 


15 


ditto for 










Sarah Evans 




4 


1 


15 


Howell Jarratt 






3 


7 


Thoma s Edmunds 




19 


7 


24 


Elisabeth Johnson l 


5 


3 


8 












David Jones 


1 


12 


4 


10 












Senr. 










1 -1 chair 










Lewis Kitchen 


1 








2 -Sta. Coach 










Eldred Kitchen 


1 


















Robert Land 


1 


9 


5 


14 












Benjamin Lanier 


1 


22 


8 


21 



17 



[1] [2] [3] 

John McKinish 1 3 

Mary Peebles 27 

Joseph Stevensonl 

John Simmons l 

John Smith l l 

Augustine Shandsi 7 

Mrs . Margaret 

Thompson 1 25 

Francis R . 

Thompson l n 

Giles Underhill l 

Howell Underhilll 3 

Henry Weaver l 10 

William Wilcocksi 8 

Mary Watson 

Jane Wever 3 

John Weaver l 2 

John Mason 

Junr. 1 32 

Thomas Moss 1 4 

John Montgomery 1 

John Mason 

Senr. 1 14 

Nicholas Ogburn 1 15 

Robert Parham 1 g 

Henry Parsons 1 g 

Thomas Peete 1 20 

Richard Parker 1 15 

Lewis Parham 4 

Matthew Peters 1 g 

Mary Parker 1 13 

1- chair 

Copy Teste Jn . 



[4] 
1 
7 
3 
1 
3 
3 



4 
4 
2 
9 
4 
2 
1 
2 

4 
3 



6 

6 

2 

4 

11 

7 

2 

5 

4 



[5] 
2 

39 
8 



14 

26 

4 

7 

13 

16 

17 

5 

3 

8 

42 
8 



15 

24 

6 

18 

34 

34 

2 

27 

10 



Taken by 



Nathaniel Dunn 



18 



added by Order Court 

Jesse Partridge 16 2 

Samuel Harwood 18 3 

Jones Glover 19 4 

John McLemore 1 1 

Holt Clanton 1 3 
Nathaniel Clanton 111 



6 



Key to Column Numbers 

[1] Persons name thats chargable for the tax & Names of Wht Tythes 

[2] No. of White Tythes 

[ 3 ] No . Negroes 

[ 4 ] No . Horses 

[5] No. Cattle 

[6] No. Negroe Tythes 

[6] 



[1] 


[2] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


[ 


George Booth 


1 


35 


12 


16 




Thomas Butler 


1 


15 


7 


10 


6 


John Bonner 


1 


7 


8 


23 


3 


Thomas Butler Jr. 


1 


6 


4 


8 


3 


Hartwell Barram 


1 


1 








Jarrald Burrow 


1 




2 


6 




James Cain, Jun. 


1 


2 


4 


9 


1 


Thomas Chappel 


1 


7 


4 


5 


1 


Ache Carloss 


1 


9 


4 


9 


3 


Micajah Cain 


1 


4 


4 


9 


2 


Isham Cain 


1 


3 


5 


4 


2 


William Cain 


1 


3 


2 




1 


Peter Cain 


1 


3 


5 


8 


1 


James Cain Jn. 


1 




1 


1 




John Comer 


1 










Drury Dunn 


1 




1 






John Ekols 


1 


2 


2 


28 




John Freeman j unr . 


2 


2 


3 






John Fires 


1 










Charles Gilliam 


1 


16 


9 


16 


5 



19 



Richard Gregory- 
Richard Griffin 
Burwell Green 
Lawrence Gibbons 
James Gibbons Jun. 
Wilkins Harper 
Thomas Hunt 
Dixon Hall 
John Harrison 
Mason Harwell^ 
Gardner Harwell 

Thomas Hill 

2 
Mrs. Margery Hill 

Thomas Huson 

Sterling Harwell 

James Hall Senr. 

Solo. Hall 

Barnard Wilkinson 

Elizabeth Ward 

Thomas Wilkinson 

John Woodard 

Robert Winfield 

William Yarbrough 

Samuel Yarbrough 

Judkins Hunt 

Goodwjmn Hunt 

William Harper 

Lucy Hichcock 

3 
Mark Harwell 

Richard Harwell^ 

John Huson 

William Hazelwood 

Frances Jackson 

John Jones 

1 1 Riding Chair 

9 II II 

3 

4 " " 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 



2 

1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



15 
11 
11 
5 

12 
8 
3 
9 
2 

23 
31 
3 

13 
22 
4 



1 

14 

10 

8 

3 

1 

5 

38 
23 
5 

2 

9 



5 

1 

4 

4 

5 

4 

6 

3 

3 

5 

1 

8 

8 

6 

6 

14 

3 

1 

5 

1 

3 

2 

5 

3 

1 

1 
3 

12 

11 

2 

1 

1 

3 



11 



18 
12 
13 
26 



10 

30 

20 

9 

24 

9 

4 

5 
5 

4 

20 

14 

2 

5 

6 

2 

28 
28 
3 

7 

5 



4 

6 

4 

2 

6 

2 

1 

6 

1 

11 

14 

3 

5 

7 



1 
5 
5 
4 
2 
1 

1 
7 

11 
1 

1 

2 



20 



[1] 




[2] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


[6] 


Henry Jones 




1 


5 


5 


15 


2 


Edward Jones 




1 


6 


6 


12 


3 


Reuben Jackson 




1 


7 


3 


9 


3 


Jeane Jackson 






3 


1 


4 


1 


John Killey 




1 


4 


5 


14 


1 


Jacob Mitchell 




1 


7 


6 


16 


4 


Mildred Mitchell 






1 


2 


8 




Michael Malone 




1 


8 


4 


9 


3 


James Mangum 




1 


7 


3 


12 


2 


Amey Malone 






5 


4 


5 


2 


Samuel Mitchell 




1 


3 


2 


5 


2 


Absolem Mangum 




1 




1 






John Malone 




1 


12 


3 


9 


6 


John Mitchell (Hardwood) 


1 


7 


5 


15 




George Parham, Wm. 


Parham 


2 


6 


4 


11 


3 


William Parham 




1 


6 


3 


9 


4 


John Parham 




1 


2 


4 


16 




Matthew Parham 




1 


1 


2 


5 




Peter Poythress (P. 


George) 




4 




7 


1 


I sham Porch 




1 


6 


4 


2 


3 


Edward Powell (Church) 


1 


6 


4 


11 


4 


Seymour Powell 




1 


7 


4 


10 


2 


Solomon Porch 




1 


6 


4 


12 


2 


John Powell 




1 


3 


5 


5 


1 


Edward Powell, Ed^ 


Powell Junr. 


2 


8 


7 


15 


2 


James Robertson 




1 


23 


6 


24 


12 


Peter Randall 




1 


2 


2 


11 


1 


Isaac Robertson 




1 


3 


3 


5 


1 



1 -1 Riding Chair 

Peter Randall Junr 
Peter Rainey 
William Rainey 
Elizabeth Robertson 



9 6 

9 3 

3 3 

1 1 



21 



[1] 

Nathaniel Robertson 
Wyatt Robertson 
Susanna Rachell 
Henry Sturdivant 
Isham Smith 
William Spratly 

William Shands 

2 
Thomas Saunders 

Jordan Stafford 

John Smith (Blacksmith) 

Elizabeth Spain 

John Smith (over) 

Josef Tucker 

Seth Tanner 

Mary Tucker 

Mary Vines, Wm Vines 

Thomas Vaughan 

Thomas Vaughan Jun 

Robert Walker 

John Winfield 

Nathan Wilkinson 

William Wilborne 
Wm. Wilborne jun 

Rebecca Wilkinson 

Martha Wade 

Elisha Wilkinson 

Peter Winfield 

William Winfield 



John Woodard Jun 

taken by 

1 1 Riding Chair 

9 It If It 

Copy Teste Jn° Cocks 



[2 ] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


[6 


1 




3 


3 




1 




2 


3 






3 




6 


3 




2 










15 


9 


11 


8 




11 


6 


9 


7 




6 - 


6 


7 


3 




11 


6 


12 


3 






3 


2 






1 


1 

1 


















2 


2 




1 






1 








1 


2 


4 


1 




4 


3 


3 


2 




12 


5 


23 


8 




15 


5 


11 
2 


6 




12 


4 


16 


5 




3 


4 


4 


1 


2 


9 


5 


9 


3 




3 


2 


2 


2 




2 


1 




1 


1 


11 


3 


27 


4 


1 


5 


3 


27 


1 


1 


2 


3 


8 


1 



Sterling Harwell 



TO BE CONTINUED 



22 



THE MATHEW STURDIVANT LINE 
Claiborne T. Smith, Jr. 



Mathew Sturdivant was the son of the immigrant John Sturdivant and his 
wife Sarah Hallom. He may have been named for his mother's half brother Mathew 
Price. Mathew Sturdivant appears in the surviving records of Charles City 
County in 1693, when the county court awarded him 600 pounds of tobacco for 
killing wolves with gunshot. In a fragment from the Charles City records, 
now in the Library of Congress, Mathew and his wife Sarah conveyed land on 
1 June 1700. On the same date, and on the same fragment, James Thweatt Sr. 
and Mary Batte, widow, sold to Mathew Sturdivant 153 acres on the south side 
of City Creek, part of a 1695 grant to Capt. Henry Batte. The mention of City 
Creek places this land near the original holdings of Mathew' s father John. 
Mathew Sturdivant lived in the part of Charles City which became Prince George 
in 1702 and appears in the 1704 rent roll of Virginia with 150 acres in that 
county. He was an early purchaser of North Carolina land. The original grant 
has been lost, but shortly before 1713, he acquired 640 acres on the north 
side of the Roanoke River, then known by the Indian name of Moratock. The 
tract was then located in Chowan Precinct, and today would be in Northampton 
County. In 1716 Sturdivant sold this property to John Green. According to 
the Chowan County deeds, his wife Sarah sent a letter of attorney to Robert 
Hicks to acknowledge to Green "her right of dower and power of thirds". Hicks 
was the noted Indian trader who lived on the Virginia-Carolina frontier. On 
22 Jan. 1717, Mathew Sturdivant was granted 100 acres on the north side of 
the Nottoway River in Surry County. On 16 June 1727, he received another grant 
in Surry on the south side of the Nottoway and the southwest side of the Cabin 
Stick Branch, adjoining John Williamson and Robert Green. Prior to his death, 
Mathew moved to his new Surry County lands, (Sussex County after 1754). On 
28 March, according to the surveyors records of Prince George County, Mathew 
Sturdivant received a survey of 537 acres in that county on both sides of the 
Beaverpond Creek on the north side of the Nottoway River, and another survey 
in the same county on 3 Nov. 1724 on the south side of Harry's Swamp adjoining 
the county line. Sturdivant never received a grant for these tracts. However, 
his son John Anderson Sturdivant obtained a patent for the survey on Harry's 



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Swamp in 1730. The identity of Sarah, wife to Mathew Sturdivant is not known. 
Since she had a son with the middle name Anderson, this may be a clue. Mathew 
died intestate in May of 1728. The account current of the estate was presented 
to Surry Court 18 Mar. 1729 and recorded on 15 April 1730 with Richard Blunt 
and Christopher latum auditors. As he left no will, Mathew' s issue is uncertain. 
From the Surry records there seem to have been four sons: Hallom, John Anderson, 
Henry, and Matthew. Hallom, probably the oldest, was administrator of his 
father's estate. In 1730 Hallom deeded to Henry Sturdivant 150 acres, being 
part of the 2220 acres on Cabin Stick Branch that had been granted the senior 
Mathew in 1727. Hallom Sturdivant and his wife Elizabeth deeded to "brother" 
Mathew 70 acres in 1739, being the remainder of the 1727 patent. The later 
date for this conveyance suggests that Mathew may have been the youngest son. 
In 1730 , John Anderson Sturdivant had been granted a tract on Harry's Swamp 
in Prince George that had been surveyed for Mathew Sr. The latter may have 
owned other lands in Prince George at the time of his death, but, because of 
the loss of records for the period in question, their disposition is unknown. 
Mathew and Sarah Sturdivant undoubtedly had daughters but their names have 
been lost. 

Sturdivant was a most common surname in eighteenth century Sussex. There 
are many refences to the ensuing generations of the family in the Albemarle 
Parish Register (henceforth referred to as the A.P.R.) Because of the frequent 
use of the same given names, the descendants of the first Mathew are difficult 
to sort out. The problem is complicated by descendants of the other sons of 
the immigrant John Sturdivant later moving into Sussex. A case in point is 
one Richard Sturdivant, who in 1772, deeded to Elizabeth, the widow of William 
Sturdivant, deed., and to Judith, orphan of the said William, 200 acres in 
Sussex, part of a grant to Richard for 395 acres in Sussex on the Brunswick 
County line. All parties involved in the deed were styled "of Brunswick". 
It is probable that the deceased William was Richard's brother and William 
himself was of the right age to have been the son of that name born to John 
and Elizabeth Sturdivant in 1724 in Bristol Parish in Prince George County. 
Richard Sturdivant is listed in the 1782 Sussex personal tax lists with 4 white 
tithables and 10 black. 



24 



Of the four supposed sons of the first Mathew, the least is known regarding 
his namesake. He first appears in the deeds in 1739 when he was conveyed land 
by his brother Hallom. He soon sold his land south of the Nottoway on Cabin 
Stick Branch and by 1749 had moved to Prince George County. On 9 Dec. of that 
year he bought 250 acres on the Hunting Quarter in Sussex from Jesse Gilliam. 
He had evidently settled in the part of Prince George which became Dinwiddle, 
as Mathew Sturdivant of Dinwiddle sold the 250 acres in Sussex he had bought 
from Gilliam. His wife Sarah was still living and conveyed her dower. She was 
Sarah the daughter of Thomas and Agnes Oliver, and she was mentioned as daughter 
Sarah Sturdivant in the 1760 Sussex County will of her father. The descendants 
of Mathew and Sarah cannot be traced as most of the early Prince George and Dinwiddle 
records have been destroyed. However, prior to their leaving Sussex, the births 
of three of their children are listed in the A.P.R.: Oliver, b. 1740; Christobel,b.l743; 
and Susanna, b. 1746. On 3 Nov. 1797 Thomas and Elizabeth Sturdivant sold 190 
acres on the Hunting Quarter Swamp in Sussex to Mathew Sturdivant of Dinwiddle. 
In 1801, Mathew and his wife Frances of Dinwiddle sold the 190 acres to Mathew 
Sturdivant of Sussex. No relationships were mentioned in the deeds. Mathew 
of Dinwiddle may be the person of that name whose marriage bond to Frances Wynne 
was filed in Sussex in 1798. She, in turn, may have been the daughter of Robert 
Wynne of Sussex as her husband bought out the heirs of Robert Wynne in Sussex 
in 1800. Those who sold their shares to Sturdivant were: the heirs of Buckner 
Wynne, deed, of Sussex, Threewitts Wynne of Sussex, Robert Wynne of Dinwiddle, 
and Joshua and Nancy Wynne of Dinwiddle. 

Hallom Sturdivant was seemingly the oldest son of the elder Mathew. He was 
named for the family of his paternal grandmother Sarah Hallom. Hallom and his 
descendants rarely spelled the name consistently. He married Elizabeth, daughter 
of John Williamson, a neighbor on Cabin Stick branch who mentioned Hallom and 
Elizabeth in his 1731 Surry will. Hallom Sturdivant made his will in Sussex 
on 25 Sept. 1757, and it was probated the following November. The will mentioned 
wife Elizabeth, son Mathew, son Hallom, and daughter Elizabeth Bales. Elizabeth 
was probably the wife of John Bales who went to South Carolina. 

The names of slaves devised Mathew in his father's will are also found in 
the will of a Mathew Sturdivant in Sussex in 1781, and suggest that he is also 
the son of Hallom. Mathew seems to have married first, Martha the daughter of 



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Mathew Parham. On 19 May 1758 Matthew Sturdivant and his wife Martha sold to 

Edward Threewitts 330 acres on the south side of the Nottoway and on Cabin Stick 

branch, on which they were then living. No children are listed for Mathew and 

Martha in the A.P.R. However, the 1772 Sussex x-jill of Mathew Parham devised a 

slave to his grandson John, the son of Mathew Sturdivant and his daughter Martha. 

There is no other menion of Martha in the will and she was probably dead. The 

slave devised John was then in the hands of John Bales of South Carolina, suggesting 

that John Sturdivant was also living in South Carolina and had some sort of relationshif 

with John Bale. A John Sturdivant appears in Beaufort District, of South Carolina 

in the 1790 census. John Bales is also in the 1790 census but in the 96 district. 

John Sturdivant reappears in Beaufort in 1800 and 1810. In the 1820 census William 

A. and Elizabeth Sturdivant are listed in Beaufort for the first time and are 

perhaps his family. Soon thereafter, William Sturdivant appears in the records 

of Georgia. Mathew Sturdivant, presumed father of John Sturdivant of South Carolina, 

married secondly, Rachel, surname unknown, the widow of Bryan Fennell of Sussex. 

There is no record of Fennell 's death or estate but according to the A.P.R. , 

he was living in December of 1757. In Mathew Sturdivant 's Sussex County will, 

dated 10 Dec. 1781 and probated April 1782, he mentions his two stepsons John 

and Briant Fennell, his son Mathew, his wife Rachel and his daughter Edith. The 

birth of Edith was listed in the A.P.R. in 1770. Her Sussex marriage bond to 

Gray Wynne was dated 1792. The son Mathew is untraced. 

Hallom Sturdivant, Jr. married Mary Green. In 1749 Robert Green deeded 100 
acres on the south side of the Nottoway River to his niece Mary, the wife of 
Hallom Sturdivant, Jr. She also received a bequest in Robert's 1750 Surry will. 
Hallom moved to Wake County, North Carolina where his will dated k May 1795 was 
probated in June of 1797. He mentioned his sons John, William and Hallom, daughters 
Lucy and Frankey Sturdivant, daughter Amy Hobbs and the heirs of his deceased 
daughter Susanna King. 

Issue of Hallom and Mary Sturdivant from the A.P.R. and his will 

1. John, b. 1748 

2. Susanna, b. 1750 married a Mr. King 

3. William b. 1753 

4. Lucretia, b. 1756 - unmarried in 1795 

5. Amy, b. 1759 - Sussex Co. marriage bond to Stephen Hobbs 1787 

6. Hallom, b. 1763, Sussex marriage bond to Drusilla Hobbs 1788 

7. Frances, b. 1767 - unmarried 1795. 

Concerning these children, it appears from a bond, recorded in Wake County, NC 
3 May 1792, John Sturdivant of Sussex County, VA had bought from John King of 



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Wake 523 acres on the White Oak Swamp in 1787, giving bond to Hallom Sturdivant 
for 500 pounds. This John Sturdivant may have gone to Anson County, NC. The death 
notice for William Sturdivant of Wake County in the "Raleigh Register" of 2 June 
1826 stated he was an old soldier of the Revolution. 

John Anderson Sturdivant was one of the four sons of Mathew and Sarah Sturdivant. 
He was granted 198 acres on Harry's Swamp in Prince George County in 1730 between 
the county line and Thomas Wilkinson. According to the records of Prince George 
County, a survey for this land had been made for Mathew Sturdivant but he had 
died before a grant could be made. On 17 Nov. 1747 John and Rachel Sturdivant 
sold 150 acres in Sussex on the south side of the Nottoway on the old line on 
Raineys branch. This was in the area of the original holdings of the first Mathew. 
The following year John A. Sturdivant bought 435 acres from Benjamin Moss. This 
was the land on Hunting Quarter Swamp he owned at the time of his death. John's 
will, dated 19 March 1773 and recorded Sussex 18 Dec. 1777, mentioned his son 
Abner's two sons, his sons John, Jesse, and Anderson, and daughter Sarah. The 
identity of his wife Rachel, who had died before the will was made, is not known. 
Sons John and Anderson were appointed executors. 

According to the will and A.P.R. John Anderson and Rachel Sturdivant had 
issue: 

1. Abner, b. 1737 died intestate in Sussex 1765 

2. Sarah, b. 17A1 removed to Brunswick 

3. John, b. 1743 removed to Brunswick 

4. Jesse, b. 1745 removed to Halifax Co. N.C. 1773 

5. Anderson, b. 1746 removed to North Carolina 1795. 

Abner, the oldest son of John and Rachel Sturdivant, married Rachel, surname 
unknown and had sons Charles, b. 1763, and Abner b. 1765(A.P.R.) Abner himself 
died intestate in Sussex in 1765. His son Abner died young. Charles, the surviving 
son, followed his uncle Jesse to Halifax County, NC. He was very likely the Charles 
Sturdivant who was a sergeant in Bacot's Company in the First Regiment of the 
N.C. Militia. In 1782, William Fuqua sold Charles Sturdivant 60 acres in Halifax. 
On 13 Nov. 1788 Charles and Elizabeth Sturdivant of Halifax Co. N.C. sold 125 
acres in Sussex to Benjamin Tyus, "being the land willed Charles Sturdivant and 
Abner Sturdivant, his brother by John Anderson Sturdivant, their grandfather. 
"On 27 Nov. 1789 the executors of Thomas Hill sold Charles Sturdivant 150 acres 
in Halifax County called "the meadow tract", bordering on John Alston. Charles 
was in Halifax at the time of the 1790 Census, but had left North Carolina by 
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Sarah Sturdivant, the only daughter of John A. and Rachel never married. 
She joined her brother John in Brunswick County where her will, dated 14 Mar. 
1797, was probated in June of the same year. The will mentioned brothers John, 
Jesse, and Anderson, and nephew Charles, son of Abner, and Nancy and Lucy, the 
daughters of her brother John Sturdivant. 

John Sturdivant, the oldest surviving son of John Anderson and Rachel Sturdivant, 
married Rebecca Robinson before moving to Brunswick. In their Sussex Co. marriage 
bond of 1-28-1773, she was described as aged 23, the daughter of George Robinson, 
deed. According to the A.P.R., Rebecca was born in 1751, the daughter of George 
and Mary Robinson. The name appears in the Sussex records as both Robinson and 
Robertson. Rebecca's father left a will in Sussex recorded in 1768. On 16 Feb. 
1775 Thomas Peterson of Prince George County sold John Sturdivant, Jr. of Meherrin 
Parish, Brunswick County, 333 acres on Jenito Creek, being all the land in Brunswick 
devised unto the said Thomas by his father John Peterson, deed. John Sturdivant 
was among those in Brunswick credited with furnishing supplies to the Revolutionary 
Army. On 22 Nov. 1780, John and Rebecca Sturdivant of Brunswick sold to Benjmain 
Welburn 125 acres in Sussex on Hunting Quarter, being part of the tract that Anderson 
Sturdivant was living on. This was the land John had inherited in the will of 
his father. On the death of Rebecca, John Sturdivant married in Brunswick on 
5 April 1793, Susanna, the daughter of Charles Collier, Sr. John's will was dated 
in Brunswick 8 June 1805 and mentions wife Susanna, son Jesse, daughters Lucy 
and Betsy Collier Sturdivant and his three Sugett grandchildren: Becky Robertson, 
Benjamin, and Edgecombe. His daughter Nancy had married Benjamin Suggett, Brunswick 
marriage bond dated 7 Jan. 1797, and seems to have died before her father made 
his will. Benjamin Suggett was a native of Richmond County, Va. Betsy Collier 
Sturdivant appears to have been the only issue of the second marriage of John 
Sturdivant. His daughter Lucy married shortly after the date of her father's 
will, Israel Morris, Brunswick marriage bond dated 6 Nov. 1805. 

Jesse Sturdivant was the second surviving son of John Anderson Sturdivant. 
He moved to Halifax County, NC where on 3 Oct. 1773, he bought 130 acres there 
from Tristram and Elizabeth Drake. The deed was witnessed by Joseph and James 
Wheelis. These two men were the sons of Joseph Wheelis whose will was probated 
in Halifax in 1761, and who with his family had moved to N.C. from Sussex some 
years before. Anderson, the brother of Jesse Sturdivant, had a son named Wheelis, 
suggesting that the two families were related in some way. On 22 Dec. 1781 Henry 



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Risten Jones and his wife Ridley sold Jesse Sturdivant 42 acres on Rocky Swamp 
in Halifax County. On 7 Nov, 1794 Jesse aquired two tracts of 120 acres and 20 
acres from Christopher Bustin. As Jesse Sturdivant of Halifax Co., NC, he sold 
to Benjamin Tyus the land in Sussex he had inherited from his father 4 March 1791. 
The identity of Lucy, the wife of Jesse, is not known. She survived him for many 
years and was still head of a household in the U.S. census of 1820. She was probably 
the elderly female residing in the home of her son Edmund in Halifax County at 
the time of the 1830 census. The births of none of the children of Jesse and 
Lucy Sturdivant appear in the A.P.R. Jesse's will, dated 23 Oct. 1801 was probated 
in Halifax County the following February. He directed his executors to sell his 
land in Nash County and two small tracts in Halifax. The rest of his estate was 
lent to his wife, to be divided on her death among his children who were not named. 
The executors named in his will were his wife and his sons Silas and John. 

The names of his children are found in deeds in Nash and Halifax counties 
when his heirs sold his real property: 

1. Silas Sturdivant living in Edmonston Co. KY by 1830 

2. Stephen in Franklin Co. NC in the census of 1850 

3. Elizabeth married Frederick Threwitts 

4. Rebecca married a Mr. Ruff in who has not been identified 

5. John untraced 

6. Joseph A. Sturdivant Madison Co. TN 1830 

7. Edmund Sturdivant Madison Co. TN 1840. 

Frederick Threewitts, the husband of Elizabeth Sturdivant, was born in Sussex 
in 1761 (A.P.R. ), the son of Peter and Amy Threewitts. He was brother to Jemima, 
the wife of Anderson Sturdivant. Frederick's Halifax will dated 16 Oct. 1819 
and probated the following February, mentioned wife Elizabeth, daughter Quintina 
Ann and son Peter Williamson Threewitts. Appointed executors were his wife and 
"nephew" William Sturdivant. His daughter Quintina married Turner Whitehead of 
Halifax County but had no issue. 

Of the sons of Jesse Sturdivant, John bought and sold several tracts in Halifax 
County. In 1819 he sold all his property to satisfy a debt and there is no further 
record of him. Another son, Joseph A. Sturdivant, was the husband of Peggy Pitts 
an heir to the estate of Patience Pitts who died unmarried at a great age in Halifax 
in 1836. On 10 Jan. 1830 Joseph deeded to his six children his interest in two 
slaves which had come to him in his father's will. The children as named in the 
deed were: William Henry; Martha Elizabeth Sylvester Harriet; Rebecca Maria; Andrew 
Jackson; Sally Ann Eliza; and Frances Marion. After making this deed, Joseph 



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Sturdivant moved to Madison County, Tenn. and was there when the 1830 U.S. census 
was taken. He was listed in 1840 but not in 1850. His son Andrew J. Sturdivant 
appears in the 1850 census in Henry County, Tenn. aged 28 with Rebecca, aged 
29, and Sarah Ann, aged 29, in his household. These women probably represent 
his wife and sister respectively. Edmund Sturdivant was the last of Jesse's 
children to leave Halifax County. According to census records, he was born 
in 1776 in North Carolina. On 18 March 1837 he sold to Mrs. Winifred Nicholson 
175 acres in Halifax County which he had purchased from Stephen Sturdivant et 
al, where his father had formerly lived. Edmund Sturdivant moved to Madison 
County, Tenn. where he appears on the U.S. Census of 1840 and again in 1850. 
In the last named census, Elizabeth Sturdivant, aged 76, Lucy aged 39, and Irvin 
aged 30 were in his household. 

Anderson Sturdivant was the youngest son of John Anderson and Rachel Sturdivant 
of Sussex County, VA. He was 55 when he moved to North Carolina. On 5 Nov. 
1795 Anderson and his wife Jemima sold 209 acres to Joel Atkinson, being all 
their Sussex holdings. A short time before, on 23 July 1795, as Anderson Sturdivant 
of Sussex County, Va, he had bought from William and Sarah Brake 270 acres on 
Tyancokey Swamp in Edgecombe County, NC. This land was located a few miles 
southeast of the present city of Rocky Mount. On 17 Dec. 1803 he bought 354 
acres on Little Fishing Creek in Halifax County near his brother Jesse and moved 
there. The Edgecombe property was sold to Etheldred Ruff in in 1806. Jemima, 
the wife of Anderson Sturdivant was the daughter of Peter and Amy Threewitts 
of Sussex. Her brother Frederick had moved to Halifax County also and named 
his nephew William Sturdivant as an executor of his 1820 will. Anderson made 
his will in Halifax County 20 Aug. 1815 and it was probated the following November. 
He devised property to his wife Jemima for life. He mentioned daughter Nancy 
Daughtry and her husband Joseph, daughter Nancy Pullen, and his six sons; Joel, 
Williamson, John, William, Whelis, and Jesse. Executors appointed were his wife 
and son John. Jemima survived her husband for only a few years. Administration 
on her estate was granted Benjamin Kimball in November of 1824. All of the 
children of Anderson and Jemima Sturdivant were born in Sussex. Two of them 
appear in the A.P.R., Joel, b. 1773 and Nancy, b. 1775. 

Issue of Anderson and Jemima Sturdivant: 

1. Joel 

2. Nancy married Joseph Daughtry 

3. Rachel married a Mr. Pullen 



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4. Williamson 

5. John 

6. William 

7. Wheelis 

8. Jesse 

Of the daughters of Anderson Sturdivant, Nancy married Joseph Daughtry while 
her family was still living in Edgecombe County. He was listed as son in the 
1787 Edgecombe will of Samuel Daughtry. The 1817 will of Daughtry' s widow Elizabeth 
mentions her granddaughter Elizabeth, the daughter of her son Joseph. Nancy 
and Joseph Daughtry do not appear in any later Halifax or Edgecombe records and 
probably had moved away. Rachel, the daughter of Anderson Sturdivant married 
a Pullen but he has not been identified. However a family of that name resided 
in western Halifax near the Sturdivants. 

Of the six sons of Anderson Sturdivant, Wheelis served in the 2nd Company 
of the 2nd Halifax Regiment in the North Carolina Militia in 1812. He left Halifax 
County by 1822 and is untraced. Jesse, Joel, John, and Williamson all moved 
to Georgia where they appear on the 1840 U.S. census in Walton Co. By 1850 they 
had moved on except for Williamson. His will, dated 26 Oct. 1855 as of Walton 
County, was probated there on 7 Dec. 1857. The will mentioned sons Anderson 
and Williamson and daughter Alsy Jones and her four children, daughter Elizabeth 
S. Sturdivant, and daughter Martha, the wife of Lewis Brantley. 

The remaining son, William Sturdivant, bought out the other heirs and continued 
to live on his father's Fishing Creek plantation in Halifax County. According 
to census records he was born in 1782. He married first Patsy Kimball in Halifax 
on 13 Sept. 1820. She was the daughter of Benjamin Kimball who lived at various 
times in both Warren and Halifax counties. His older daughter Rebecca had married 
in 1804 in Warren County, Benjamin Sturdivant, second cousin to William. Patsy 
Kimball Sturdivant died prior to 1835. In that year William married secondly 
Martha Arrington (born in 1803) in Warren County where their marriage bond was 
dated 14 April, 1835. She is mentioned as daughter Martha Sturdivant in the 
1851 Warren will of her father James Arrington. At the time of the 1850 Halifax 
census, William and Martha (Arrington) Sturdivant had an only son John, age 15, 
who is untraced. Late in 1850 William A. Sturdivant deeded personal property 
to his five surviving children by his first wife and gave a power of attorney 
to his sons-in-law William T. Williams and Harrison T. Pritchett to sell his 
and. He disappeared from Halifax County after this date and perhaps joined his 
older son Benjamin in the Deep South. 



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William A. Sturdivant had issue by his first wife Patsy Kimball. 

1. Catherine m. William T. Williams 

2. Robert d,s.p. Halifax County where his estate was filed in 18A5 

3. Benjamin William of whom later 

4. Parmelia m. Billiard Fort, Halifax M.B. dated 21 June, 1847 

5. Sarah Sturdivant - unmarried in 1850 

6. Rebecca A. married Harrison Pritchett, Halifax M.B. 10 Dec. 1845. 

She died before 1850 leaving an only child Henry, b. 1846. 

Benjamin William Sturdivant was born in Halifax County on 11-28-1829 and 
moved to Mississippi where he settled Marsh Prarie and Twilight plantations in 
Tallahatchie County in the Delta. He married in Denmark, Tenn. on 11-20-1850 
Sarah Ann Eunice Purnell, daughter of Henry M. Purnell, a North Carolina native. 
On her death in 1851 without surviving issue, he married her sister Eliza R. 
Purnell. The Bible records of the Benjamin w. Sturdivant family were published 
in Vol. V of the Genealogical Publications of the Mississippi Genealogical society. 
(1958) 

TO BE CONTINUED 



UNRECORDED CHESTERFIELD COUNTY WILLS 

continued from Vol. 5p.l74 
L.H.Hart 



Ben. Horners Will May 1782 p. Daniel Horner 

In the Name of god Amen I Benj . Horner of the County of Chesterfield Being 
of Sound mind and memmerry Do make and ordain this my Last will and testament 
in manner and form following that is to say first my debts and funeral Expenses 
being first paid. 

Hem — f-Sive-t©-my-%w©-sen9-Ab±jah-H©¥nei?-&-BeHja--He¥Re¥ 
Item I Give my plantation where I Now Live to be Equally Devided between my 

Son Abijah Horner and my son Benja. Horner to them, and to their Heirs forever. 
Item I Give to my Wife Luce Horner my Negros Sam Dick ^ Frank, and All my Stock 

of horses hogs & Sheep and Houshould Furniture Dureing her Life or widderhood 

and after her Death or widderhood I Give the same to be Equelly Devided 

Amongt. all my Children 
Lastly I Do Appoint Benja. Beasley my Executor of this my Last Will and testament 

Revoaking all former wills by me made and Do Derect that my Estate be not 



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Apraisd as witness my hand and Seel this Twenty Second Day of August one 

thousand Seven hundred and Seventy Seven Signd Seeld and Deliverd in 

presents of 

Benja. Beasley 

Daniel Horner Benja. Horner 

Nathan Horner 

Smiths Will 

October 1784 prestd. in Court but no proof 

1789 June presented in Court to be recorded but objected to 

I William Smith desire that James Smith son of Mary Smith should have my estate 
I gave him let and she is not to be sold nor hired out but the rest is to be 
sold except one bed 

September the 11 day 1784 

her his his 

Sarah + Clayton Jory + Smith Thorns x blankinship 

mark mark mark 

Judith Brooks 

1791 

I Judith Brookes at present of Chesterfield County, being weak in Body 

although Sound in mind, do make and ordain this to be may last will 8l Testament, 

hereby revoking all wills by me heretofore made, I give unto James Swaine of 

Prince George County all my Estate in Virginia both real and personal, excepting 

my negroe man named William Brooks, it is my desire that Mr. Swain will in one 

year after my decease apply to the Assembly to have the said William Brooks freed 

from being a Slave, this [woud have done in consideration of his good behaviour 

to me during my life, but in case the Assembly should not free the said William 

Brooks, My will is that he with the whole of my Estate in Virginia shall be to 

James Swain & his Heirs for ever. My will is that the four hhds. of Tobo. may 

be applyed to the payment of my Debts and funeral Expenses, Mr. Swain has 

[illegible line] four hhds. Tobo, from Joseph Mayo Esqr. It is my desire that 

what things are at Colo. Seldens at Hampton belonging to me may be delivered 

to Colo. Seldens daughter Sally as she is my God Daughter. I appoint James Swain 

& James Lyle Executors of this my last will. 

Sealed & Acknowledged 

in presence of Judith Brooks 

William Black 
George Evans 



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Codicil. It is my desire that there may be no appraisment of my Estate, nor 

shall the Executors of the above will be obliged to give any security on acting 

as Exors. to the above Will & this Codicil I have hereunto sett my hand and 

seal this twenty third day of July one thousd. seven hundred & Eighty. 

Sealed and acknowledg. in presence of 

William Black Judith Brooks 

George Evans 



CHARLOTTE COUNTY WILL BOOK I 
(continued from Vol. V, p. 153) 



P. 270 Act. Current of the est. of Henry May settled by order of court d. k 
Dec. 1780. Division of negroes: Gabriel May's negroes, David Sims's 
negroes, Humphry May's negroes, Matthew Simms's negroes, Abner May's 
negroes, Priscilla May's negroes, Stephen May's negroes, Martisha May's 
negroes . 

subscribers: Thomas Collier, Joseph Collier, Langston Bacon 
d. 9 Dec. 1780. R. 2 April 1781. 

P. 271 Act. Current of est. of Ambrose Hundley settled with Mack Goode adm. 
subscribers: Thomas Collier, Langston Bacon, John Collier 
d. 30 May 1781. R. 4 June 1781. 

P. 273 Inv. of James Spencer 

Appr. Charles McKenney, John Weatherford, Thomas Parsons 
R. 4 June 1781. 

P. 275 Inv. of est. of John Lackland 

Appr. Dudley Barksdale, Robt. Caldwell, J. Holt 
d. 4 June 1781. R. 4 June 1781. 

P. 276 Act. Current of est. of Isaac Read with Thomas Read ex. 

subscribers: Tho. Spencer, Jacob Morton, Tho. Spencer Jr. 
d. 14 Oct. 1780. R. 6 Aug. 1781. 

P. 277 Act. Current of Isaac Read est. with John Coleman ex. 

subscribers: Tho. Spencer, Joel Watkins, Tho. Spencer Jr. 
d. 3 Oct. 1780. R. 6 Aug. 1781. 

P. 281 Act. Current of Lewis Tylors est. with George Cardwell Adm. 
subscribers: Wm. Morton, Wm. Hubard. 
d. 6 Aug. 1781. R. 6 Aug. 1781. 

P. 281 Inv. of est. of John Brent 

Appr. Richard Gaines, James Adams, Richard Gaines, Jr. 



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Ex. Margt. Brent, P. Carrington, Joel Watkins 
d. 3 Sept. 1781. R. 3 Sept. 1781. 

P. 284 Inv. of Tarpley Dickerson, Jeane Dickerson Adm. 
Appr. Geo. Gwin, John Hart Jr., Stephen Farmer 
d. 5 May 1781. R. 1 Oct. 1781. 

P. 284 Inv. of Jack S. Davenport 

Appr. Thos. Paulett, William Marshall, Douglas Watson 
d. 6 Aug. 1781 
R. 1 Oct. 1781. 

P. 285 Act. Current of est. of John Greenwood with Thos. Greenwood 
R. 5 Nov. 1781. 

P. 287 Act. Current of est. of Diggs Bumpass with Ro. Bedford Adm. 
subscribers: Ja. Speed, Thomas Collier, Jos. Friend. 
d. 21 Dec. 1781. R. 7 January 1781. 

P. 287 Inv. of est. of William Sullivant 

subscribers: Thomas Collier, Richard Collins, John Collier 
d. 10 Nov. 1781. R. 2 Jan. 1782. 

P. 289 Division of the est. of Sion Spencer by order of court d. 1 Oct. 1781 
alloted and divided to Mrs. Mary Spencer widow of Sion Spencer 
subscribers: James Venable, Jacob Morton, Thomas Read 
d. 12 Dec. 1781. R. 4 March 1782. 

P. 290 Inv. of est. of William Atkins 

appr.: 0. Claybrook, Lewis Jackson, G. Spencer 
R. 3 June 1782. 

P. 291 Will of James Cole Jr. 

wife Mary Lightfoot Cole, sister Lucy Cole, nieces: Mary Whitter Cole 
dau. of Josiah Cole & Sarah Alderson dau. of Jeremiah Alderson 
Ex. Mary Lightfoot Cole, Josiah Cole, Bryant Farguson 
Wit. Bullard Fowler, Thomas Mulling, Jacob Morton 
d. 27 June 1780. R. 3 June 1782. 

P. 292 Will of Joseph Morton 

wife Agnes; daus.: Judith, Mary Price, Agnes, Jane Carter wife of John 

Carter, dec; sons: Josiah, William, Little Joe, Jacob; daus.: Jeane, 

Elizabeth; Ann Morton; bro. Stephen 

Ex. my sons Josiah Morton, William Morton, Little Joe Morton, Jacob 

Morton 

wit= Jas. Cole Jr., Jane D. Morton, Ann Morton, George Smith. 

d. 26 Nov. 1781. R. 5 Aug. 1782. 

P. 294 Will of Thomas Harvey Sen. 

sons: William, Thomas, Blasinghame, John; daus.: Sarah Howl, Frances 
Harvey, Elizabeth Paulet, Drusilla Harvey 
reference to land in Georgia to be sold 



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Ex. son-in-law Thomas Paulet, Robert Jenings, my son Thomas Harvey 
wit. Henry Madison, Joseph Barksdale, William White 
d. 29 April 1782. R. 5 Aug. 1782. 

P. 295 Will of Richard Wyatt 

wife Ann; sons: John, Overstreet land in Lunenburg Co. 
Reference to land in King & Queen to be sold 
Ex. son John, Francis Thornton 
wit. Robert Franklyn, George Fore 
d. 8 March 1782. R. 5 Aug. 1782. 

P. 296 Act. Current of William Redmans Est. 

with Thomas Collier and Thomas Redman Ex. 

subscribers: P. Carrington, Joel Watkins, James Bouldin. 

d. 5 Aug. 1792. R. 5 Aug. 1792. 

P. 297 Inv. of est. of Ann Elliot dec. 

appr. Page Mann, William Reynolds, Dudley Barksdale 
R. 5 Aug. 1782. 

P. 298 Inv. of the est. of Stephen Bedford 

appr. Thomas Collier, John Collier, James Hamlett 
d. 15 May 1782. R. 5 Aug. 1782. 

P. 299 Codicil of Clement Read 

Reference to his mother , sister, brothers 

R. 2 Sept. 1780, codicil exhibited in court by Mary Read Junr. 



P. 300 Act. Current of Sion Spencer est. with James Speed ex. 
appr. Joell Watkins, William Morton, Little Joe Morton 
d. 22 Aug. 1782. R. 2 Sept. 1782. 

P. 303 Act. Current of John Haskerson's est with Christopher Billups Ex. 
signed: Henry Stokes, Edw. Jordan, J. Glenn, 
d. 20 July 1782. R. 2 Sept. 1782. 

P. 304 Inv. of the est. of Abraham Sublett 

Appr. William Watson, Richard Gaines Sen., Willoughby Pugh 
R. 2 Sept. 1782. 

P. 306 Inv. of est. of Stephen Fuqua 

appr. Edwd. Elam, George Bullard, Francis Roberts 
d. 20 May 1782. R. 2 Sept. 1782. 

P. 307 Inv. of est. of James Cole Jr. 

Appr. Joe Morton, John Watkins, Thomas Spencer Jr. 
d. 4 June 1782. R. 2 Sept. 1782. 

P. 309 Act. Current of the est. of Isaac Read with John Coleman ex. 
subscribers Joel Watkins, Jno. Daniel, Wm. Morton 
R. 7 Oct. 1782. 



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p. 310 Inv. of est. of William Soblet 

Appr. Henry Maddison, Wm. Price, Russel Brown 
R. 7 Oct. 1782. 

P. 310 Inv. of est. of Thomas Allday 

appr. Samuel Johnston,- James Johnston, George Hannah 
R. 7 Oct. 1782. 

P. 311 Will of John White 

grandson John Madison son of Henry Madison; John White son of William 
White; Mary Grigg (my grand dau) dau. of James; Charles Williamson 
(my grandson) son of Culbrirth Williamson; son: William White; 
son Matthew; son Daniel; dau. Sarah White; wife Mary; daus. Martha 
Madison, Mary Rakestraw, Susanna Williamson. 
Ex. William White, Daniel White, Matthew White, Samuel White 
wit. William Price, William Price jr., Thomas North, Rusell Brown 
d. 22 March 1782. 

P. 312 Will of John White (Codicil) 
sons Samuel, Daniel 

wit. Martin Baker, Mary Baker, Rusell Brown 
d. 13 April 1782, R. 4 Nov. 1782. 

P. 313 Will of Mathew Stowe 
bro. John Stowe 

Ex. William George Senr., my mother Susanna Stowe 
wit. William George Jr., Elizabeth Burge, Elizabeth George 
d. 8 May 1782. R. 4 Nov. 1782. 

P. 313 Act. Current of est. of Hugh James with James Barnes Adm. 
subscribers: Edward Mosely, M. Goode, Edwd. Almond 
R. 4 Nov. 1782. 

P. 314 Act. Current est. of Jack Smith Davenport with Richard Davenport Ex. 
subscribers: Robert Jenings, Douglas Watson, Thomas Paulett 
d. 1 Nov. 1781. R. 4 Nov. 1782. 

P. 315 Inv. of est. of Thomas Harvey 

appr. Henry Madison, Wm. White, J. White 
d. 2 Nov. 1782. R. 4 Nov. 1782. 

P. 316 Inv. of est. of Thomas Deupree 

appr. Gustavus Hendrick, Edward Elam, Jos. Lea 
d. 23 Oct. 1782. R. 4 Nov. 1782. 

P. 317 Inv. of est. of Joseph Morton 

appr. Phil. King, Bryant Farquson, Thomas Spencer Jr. 
d. 26 Nov. 1782. R. 2 Dec. 1782. 

P. 320 Will of John Lea of Amelia 

Nephew George Lea; bros.: Joseph Lea, William Lea, Andrew Lea; sisters; 



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Elizabeth Clark, Mary Walden, Ann Bennatt, Sarah Penn, Milley Elliot, 

Lucy Green 

Ex. bros. William Lea, Joseph Lea, Abraham Hatchett 

wit. Milner Bennat, Ann Perimon, Richard Bennatt 

R. 6 Jany. 1783. 

P. 321 Inv. of est. of Doctor James Cunninghams 

appr. : Samuel Johnston, William Price, George Hannah 
d. 12 Dec. 1782. R. 6 January 1785. 

P. 322 Inv. of est. of John White taken by exS. Samuel White, William White, 
Daniel White, Matthew White 
R. 6 Jany. 1783. 

P. 323 Inv. of est. of Robert Pryor 

Appr. Martin Baker, Anthony Handcock, William Griffith 
d. 8 January 1783. R. 3 February 1783. 

P. 324 Will of Benjamin Clements 

wife Jeany; children: Barnet, Frances Prescilla, Claiborne Austen, 

Bob, Tentsy, Nancy, Benjamin, Mary, Letty 

wit. Henry Clay, Robert Belcher, Thomas Chaff in 

d. 15 Nov. 1782. R. 3 March 1783. 

P. 325 Act. Current of est. of George Cloud as signed: Samuel White, Francis 
Scott, Richard Gains 
R. 3 March 1783. 

P. 326 Inv. of est. of John Lea 

appr. Joshua Chafin, Sen., Robert Belcher, George Bullard 
d. 17 January 1783. R. 3 March 1783. 

P. 327 Act. Current of est. of Joseph Marshall 

subscribers: Robert Jennings, Andrew Wallace, Nathan Chafin, Luke Palmer 
d. 7 April 1785. R. 8 April 1783. 

P. 328 Act. Current of est. of Daniel Cargill with [ ] Allen ex. 
subscribers: Langston Bacon, M. Goode, Francis Barnes 
d. 18 Feb. 1783. R. 7 April 1783. 

P. 329 Prince Edward 25 March 1783 

By consent of William Toombs, Gabriel Toombs, William Traynum, the husband 
of Ann Toombs, William Toombs on behalf of Thomas Toombs & John Toombs, 
Reuben Traynum on behalf of John Worsham, the husband of Mary Toombs 
proceed to divide the est. of William Toombs 
R. 7 April 1783. 

P. 329A Act of Sales of est. of Thomas Allday sold by William Jeter: 

Thomas Epperson, David Jones, Samuel Johnston, Perrin Allday, John Oliver 
d. 5 Nov. 1782. R. 8 April 1783. 

P. 330 Will of George Hannah Sen. 



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wife Jane; son John; daus. Isbell, Judah, Mary Elenor 
Ex. my son Andrew, my son John 

wit. Peter Harlee, William Johnston, David Hannah 
d. 11 Feb. 1783. R. 5 May 1783. 

P. 331 Inv. of the est. of Charles Morton 

appr. Cutbt. Williamson, Russell Brown, Jno. Clayton Jun. 
d. 6 Jan. 1783. R. 5 May 1783. 

P. 332 Inv. of est. of Charles Adams by order of Feb. 1777 

appr. William Austen, James Cunningham, Joel Stowe, Edmund Brewer 
R. 5 May 1783. 

P. 332 Act. Current of est. of David Caldwell 

subscribers: Joel Watkins, Thomas Collier, Wm. Morton, James Bouldin 
d. 18 Aug. 1782. R. 2 June 1783. 

P. 334 Will of Thomas Bouldin elder 

sons: James, Thomas, William, Wood, Richard; dau. Fransena wife of John 

Cox; son Joseph 600 acres in Henry Co.; children of dau. Mary 

Ex. my son Wood & Richard 

wit. James Cuninghame, Sarah Collier, Abraham Vaughn, Ann Vaughn, 

Robt. Gilliam, Thomas Cox 

d. 1 May 1777. R. 2 June 1783. 

P. 335 Will of James Burton 

sons: Thomas, James; grand dau. Elizabeth Burton; dau. Agnes Hudson; 

dau. Mary Ail 

ex. son Thomas Burton 

wit. Fran. Barnes, Chrt. Rowland, Ann Barnes, Judith Barnes 

d. 13 March 1781. R. 2 June 1783. 

P. 336 Inv. of the est. of George Hannah 

Appr. Richard Gaines Jr., W. Johnston, Samuel Johnston 
R. 7 July 1783. 

P. 337 Will of John Mitchell 

son William land in Lunenburg Co.; dau. Sarah; the children of my wife: 

Robert Jackson, Abel Jackson, Martha Jackson; my infant children: 

Thomas, Betsey, Lucy 

Ex. wife Elizabeth, John Watkins 

wit. Thomas Read, Thos. Morton, Rose Paye 

d. 16 July 1783. R. k Aug. 1783. 

P. 338 Division of the est. of Samuel Morton dec by court order d. 2 Dec. 1782 
William Morton 2 Negros; Mr. Bryant Farguson guardian; Mary Morton 2 
Negroes; Thomas Morton 2 Negroes 

signed: Thomas Spencer, Josiah Morton, Jacob Morton, Thomas Spencer 
Jr. 
d. 2 Aug. 1783. R. 4 Aug. 1783. 

P. 340 Act. of Sales of the est. of Thomas Dupree sold by Nathaniel Dacus 



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R. 4 Aug. 1783. 

P. 341 Inv. of est. of Benjamin Clements 

appr. Henry Clay, Robert Belcher, Thomas Chaffin 
d. 22 March 1783. R. 5 Aug. 1783. 

P. 342 Inv. of the est. of James Burton 

Appr. Giles Newton, Manoah Sullivant, Francis Barnes 
d. 2 Aug. 1783. R. 4 Aug. 1783. 

P. 343 Will of John Lucos 

wife Susanna; Christopher White, Mary White, Elias White, Betty White 

Ex. Adam Finch & my wife 

Wit. Memucan Allen, Younger Newton, Thomas Hord. 

d. 26 Dec. 1782. R. 6 Oct. 1783. 

P. 344 Act. Current of the est. of Robert Pryor dec. with Samuel White 
signed Fras. Scott, Marten Baker, H. Barksdale 
R. 6 Oct. 1783. 

P. 346 Act. of the est. of William Smith dec. by appraisement of William Smiths 
est. in Cumberland Co.; widow's third alloted 
signed: Saml. White, Daniel White, Martin Baker 
d. 4 Sept. 1783. R. 6 Oct. 1783. 

P. 347 Inv. of est. of Thomas Bouldin sen. 

Appr.: Jonathan Read, Joseph Friend, Thos. Bedford 
d. 6 Oct. 1783. R. 6 Oct. 1783. 

P. 348 Further Act. of Sales of est. of Thomas Allday dec. sold by William 
Jeter adm. 
d. 6 Oct. 1783. R. 3 Nov. 1783. 

P. 349 Noncupative Will of Elizabeth Weaver 

Jeane Weaver a brother's dau.; Judy Weaver dau. of James Weaver; Jeane 

Barnes wife of Henry Barnes 

adm. John Weaver 

wit. Tarlton East, William Armistead 

R. 1 March 1784. 

P. 349 Inv. of the est. of John Mitchell dec. 

Appr. William Watkins, John Spencer, Richard Watkins 
d. 1 March 1784. R. 1 March 1784. 

P. 350 Will of John Stanton 

sons: Zachariah, William, Lewis; dau. Salley 
exs.: Ricahrd Gaines Jun. , James Adams, Thomas Payne 
wit. Richard Gaines Jun., Thomas Payne Sen. 
d. 28 Feb. 1783. R. 3 May 1784. 

P. 351 Will of Charles Farrar 



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wife Mary; son Josiah; dau. Susanna; child my wife is pregnant with 

Exs. my wife. Temple Davis, Peter Foore 

wit. Chas. Jordan, Martha Jordan, Elizabeth Sublet 

d. 22 Oct. 1783. R. 3 May 1784. 

P. 352 Act. Current of the est. of Isaac Read with John Coleman 

paid Surveyor for part Fees For surveying Clemmy's Kentucky land, 
subscribers: Joel Watkins, Wm. Morton, L. Joe Morton 
d. 3 May 1784. R. 4 May 1784. 

P. 353 Act Current of the est of Isaac Read with Thomas Read ex. 
subscribers: Joel Watkins, Wm. Morton, L. Joe Morton 
d. 4 May 1784. R. 4 May 1784. 

P. 354 Act. Current of the est. of Dr. James Cunningham dec. with Robert Cunningham 
adm.; subscribers: William Jameson J. P., Jonathan Read J. P., Jeremiah 
Bonner 
d. 1 May 1784. R. 3 May 1784. 

P. 354 Inv. of the est. of Charles Farrow 

Appr. Andrew Wallace, Charles Jordan, John Foore 
d. 2 June 1784. R. 7 June 1784. 

P. 354A Act. Current of the est. of John Fuqua dec. with Joseph Fuqua adm. 
to making clothes for Joseph Fuqua Jun. before the division , 
to making 2 pr. breeches for John Fuqua before the division 
subscribers: Wm. Morton, Little Joe Morton, Tho. Lorton 
d. 10 July 1784. R. 2 Aug. 1784. 

P. 356A Act. Current of est. of William Sullivant dec, with Paul Carrington 
adm. 

to cash paid James Adams for his wife 1/3 bal 
to do. for Joel Sullivant his part 
to do. for Paul Sullivant do. 
to do. for W. P. Sullivant do. 
to George Sullivant for his proportion do. 

subscribers: Joel Watkins, James Bouldin, Wm. 
d. 29 July 1784. R. 2 Aug. 1784. 

P. 358a Act. Current of the est. of Major Weatherford dec. with Henry Madison 
ex.; subscribers: Saml. White, Fras. Scott, CI. Barksdale 
d. 30 July 1784. R. 2 Aug. 1784. 

P. 359 Division of est. of Ambrose Hundley dec. produced to us by John Rice 
who intermarried with the late widow of said Hundley 
orphans: Nancy Hundley, Ransom Hundley, Ambrose Hundley 
subscribers: Langston Bacon, Edwd. Moseley, Thos. Collier 
d. 20 Feb. 1784. R. 2 Aug. 1784. 

P. 360A Inv. of est. of John Fuqua dec. 

appr. James Hunt, Richd. Booker, William Hubbard. 
R. 2 Aug. 1784. 



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p. 361A Act. Current of est. of William Williams dec. with Pugh Price & Michal 
Williams exrs. 

The above est. is divided as follows 
To John Middleton & Anne his wife 
To Elizabeth Williams 
To Tabby Williams 
To William Williams 
To Sally Williams 



27.17.6^ 
27.17.6% 
27.17.6% 
27.17.6% 
27.17.6% 



h 139. 7.8% 
subscribers: P. Carrington, James Bouldin, Joel Watkins, Jno. Daniel 
d. 31 July 1784. R. 2 Aug. 1784. 

P. 362a Thomas Smith adm. in act. with Martha Smith, Elizabeth Smith, George 

Smith, and Susanna Smith orphans of William Smith dec. 

subscribers: Samuel White, George Jude, Fr. Scott 
R. 7 Sept. 1784. 

P. 363 Inv. of the est. of John Stanton 

Appr. James Adams, John Love, Robt. Morgan 
d. 31 July 1784. R. 5 Oct. 1784. 

P. 363A Will of Thomas Portwood 

wife Elizabeth; sons: Loyd, Thomas, Robert, Henry; daus : Susanna, 

Nancy, Rebeccah; Ex. wife Elizabeth; wit. John May, John Burt, John 

Petty 

d. 13 April 1784. R. 1 Nov. 1784. 

P. 364 Inv. of the est. of Elizabeth Weaver 

Appr. Dudley Barksdale, Charles Harris, Joshua Morris 
d. 7 March 1784. R. 1 Nov. 1784. 

P. 365 Will of William Watkins 

sons: Richard, Benjamin, James, William, Joseph, John; grandson William 
son of my son Richard; sons in law Benjamin Breedlove, John Breedlove; 
grandson Richard Worsham (if he lives to return from the army); grandson 
James Jones (if he lives to return from the army) 
Ex. my sons James, William, John 
d. 2 April 1781. R. 6 Dec. 1784. 

P. 365A Inv. of the est. of Richard Collins 

Appr. James Hamlet, Ro. Bedford, John Collier 
d. 6 Dec. 1784. R. 6 Dec. 1784. 

P. 366 Will of Thomas Bedford the elder 

wife Dursilla; sons: Stephen, Thomas, Littleberry, Archibald, Charles 
Westly; children of my dau. Elizabeth late wife of Joseph Fuqua; 
dau. Mary wife of James Hamlett; dau. Martha wife of Charles Crenshaw; 
dau. Susanna wife of Anthony Walke; to son Benjamin one moiety of 
each ot two tracts of one thousand acres each on the waters of Licking 
Ck. in the county of Fayette; to son John the other half part of each 
of my two tracts on Licking Ck; dau. Anne; dau. Jenny Flippen Bedford; 
dau. Peggy 
Exs. wife Drucilla, sons Thomas & Stephen, son-in-law James Hamlett 



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wit.: Burwell Brown, Jos. Mettauer, P. Carrington 
d. 3 Feb. 1785. R. 7 March 1785. 

P. 368 Inv. of est. of Thomas Portwood 

Appr. John May, John Petty, John Burt 
R. 7 March 1785. 

P. 368A Inv. of est. of William Gray 

Appr. Edward Rusell, [?] Claybrook, Jos. Wood 
R. 7 March 1785. 

P. 368A Inv. of the est. of John Tankersley 

Appr. Samuel Johnston, Oliver Sallee, John Roach 
R. 3 May 1785. 

P. 369A Will of William Jameson 

daus.: Mary, Margarit, Elizabeth; sons: Clement, Edmund, child my 

wife is now ensient with; wife Anne; son Clement will enjoy by the 

gift of his grandmother 400 acres 

Exs. wife Anne, Thomas Read, Paul Carrington, William Carson, Major 

Edmd. Read 

wit. Wood Bouldin, Jeanny Bouldin, Wm. Clark 

d. 28 July 1784. R. 5 Sept. 1785. 

P. 371 Inv. of est. of Richard Collins 

Appr. James Hamlett, Ro. Bedford, Jno. Collin 
d. 5 Sept. 1785. R. 5 Sept. 1785. 

P. 371A Act. Current of the est. of Isaac Read 

subscribers: Joel Watkins, Wm. Morton, Francis Scott 
d. 6 Sept. 1785. R. 6 Sept. 1785. 

P. 371A Inv. of est. of William Jameson 

Appr. Joseph Friend, Dabney Pettus, Wood Bouldin 
d. 5 Sept. 1785. R. 3 Oct. 1785. 

P. 374 Inv. of est. of Robert Cunningham 

Appr. Joseph Fuqua Jr., Richard Bouldin, Edmund Turner 
d. 5 Sept. 1785. R. 4 Oct. 1785. 

P. 374 Inv. of Hugh Lambert 

Appr. George Givin, Charles Crenshaw, Stephen Farmer 
R. 5 Dec. 1785. 

P. 374A Will of Josiah Morton 

sons: Joseph, William Lewis; dau. Agness; Archer Moor's children that 

he had by my dau. Martha Moors; Ex. bros. William Morton, Little Joe 

Morton, Jacob Morton, my son Joseph Morton 

wit. Richard Vernon, Esther Vernon, William Price 

d. 4 April 1784. R. 5 Dec. 1785. 

P. 375A Inv. of est. of Josiah Morton 



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Appr. Philip King, James Venable, Thomas spencer, Jr. 
d. 19 Dec. 1785. R. 2 Jan. 1786. 

P. 376 Inv. of the est. of Thomas Bedford 

Exs. Drusilla Bedford, Thomas Bedford, Stephen Bedford, James Hamlett 
d, 18 March 1785. R. 2 Jan. 1786. 

P. 377A Est. division of the est. of Thomas Bedford to be divided between: 

the children of Jos. Fuqua & Eliza, his wife, James Hamlett for Mary 
his wife; Chas. Crenshaw for Martha; Anthony Walke for Susanna, Anne 
Bedford, Jenny Philippin Bedford, Peggy Bedford 
subscribers: Wm. Morton, Ths-. Collier, Ro. Bedford 
d. 19 March 1785. R. 2 Jan. 1786. 

P. 378A Act. Current of the est. of James Grigg dec. to John l^ite dec. Samuel 
lifhite and Mary Rakestraw surviving Exs. to James Grigg dec. 

1776 to cash pd. John Jones of Dinwiddie for land purchased by James 
Grigg; to Mary Rakestraw - fc226.13.4; to Catherine W. Grigg - 
h 226.13.4 

to Martha Hayes Big[ ]an - £226.13.4 

subscribers: Frank Scott, Claborne Barksdale, William Watson 

d. 27 Dec. 1785. R. 2 Jan. 1786. 

P. 379 Act. Current of the est. of Reubin Smith dec. 

subscribers: Jacob Morton, James Venable, Thos. Spencer [ ] 
d. 2 Jan. 1788. R. 2 Jan. 1786. 

P. 380 Inv. of est. of Francis Mann 

Appr. Arthur Slayden, John Smith Jun., Chs. Hanaway 
d. 24 Dec. 1785. R. 6 Feb. 1786. 

P. 380 Inv. of est. of Frans. Epperson 

Appr. 0. Claybrook, Lewis Jaeson, G. Spencer 
d. 20 Jany 1786. R. 6 Feb. 1786. 

P. 381 Act. Current of the est. of James Burton dec. with Thomas Burton Ex. 
Appr.: Langston Bacon, Edwd. Moseley, John Bibb, Frans. Barnes 
R. 6 Feb. 1786. 

P. 381A by court order of 5 Dec. 1785 laid off for Mary Venable wife of Abraham 
Venable & dau. of Samuel Morton dec. 100 acres being part of a tract 
where Samuel lived & devised- by him to his dau. 
Appr. Jacob Morton, Quin Morton, George Cardwell 
d. 4 Feb. 1786. R. 6 Feb. 1786. 

P. 382 Act. Current of the est. of Thomas Johns with Exs. William Cook & John 
Johns; to Katharine Johns 32.6.7^; orphans of John Johns 32.6.7^ 
subscribers: Samuel White, Richard Gains, Lewis Jackson 
d. 15 Feb. 1786. R. 6 march 1786. 

P. 382A Will of John Herndon 



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sons: John, James, Jacob, Joseph; daus . Priscilla Lankford, Mary Clayton 

wife of Thomas Clayton, Anne Tureman wife of Martin Tureman 

Exs. Jacob Herndon and James Watkins 

wit. Thomas Finch, John Finch, Matthias Mealer 

d. 16 Nov. 1785. R. 5 June 1786. 



P. 383 Will of Gustavus Hendrick 

son-in-law John Eubank; sons John, Benjamin, Gustavus, Obediah; 

Barbara, Elizabeth; John Hay; wife Mary 

Exrs. wife Mary, John Eubank, John Hendrick, David Shreve 

wit. Nelson Calvert, John Hay, Reubin Hay 

d. 7 April 1786. R. 3 July 1786. 



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SUSSEX COUNTY TITHABLE LIST, 1754 
by L.H.Hart 

The following is a transcription of a tithable list for Sussex County. Original 
spelling is retained and blanks are left when the micro film copy of original 
is illegible. 
1754 



Jeames Horn 1 
William Reves 1 
Peter Rives 5 
Nathaniel Hood 1 
John Spain 1 
John Sturdefant 2 
William Spain 1 
Matheweu Whit(field?) 2 
Edward Threewets 1 
John Yearwood 1 
Thomas Oliver 1 
William Gilliam 5 
William Oing 1 
John Cock 1 
Solomon Graves 6 
John Threewets 6 
Susanah Rotenbery 3 
Thomas Bobit 4 
Stith Parham 2 
Captin Sloman Winn 5 
Henery Sturdefant 7 
Holomon Sturdefant 7 
Mathew Sturdefant 1 
John Sturdefant 1 
Mathew Winn 1 

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John Winn 1 
William Dancy 7 
John Ezell 6 
Peter Smith 1 
John Mason 1 
William Partin 4 
Richard Jones - Illeg. 
William Bushap 1 
John Zells 1 
Thomas Renn 1 
Robord Pettway 8 
William Weathers 1 

John C _ 

William Pettway 5 
Edward Pettway 2 
Richard Rives 5 
Hart we 11 Marvell 6 
Henery Meckum 5 
Lidey Weathers 2 
Bengmin Weathers 1 
Robord Winn 5 
William Oliver 1 
William S tuard 3 
Walter Barr 1 

"71 



For Reference 

Not to be taken 
from this library 



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Robard Hancock 13 
Richard Jones 6 
John Willbon 1 
Jeames Jones 5 
Ephram Parham 11 
Mathew Parham 6 
Frances Eppes 3 
Joseph King 1 
William Parham 2 
Buerl Green 3 
William Three - 1 
Isack Masone 3 
William Clifton 1 
Robard Whitehead ] 
Jeames Spain 1 



61 

Total 202 
including the Several Plantations of Tob- within my precinct 

202 Tiths 

Char^ Partin const 



David Mason 7 poles 
Capt. Mason 6 
David Sims 20 
Will Shands Junr 2 
Will Shands 6 
Henry Tatum 3 
John Tatum 2 
Chris^ Tatum 2 
John Doby 1 
Joshua Harthorn 2 
Will Doby 3 
Nath. Beninfield : 
Will Dunn 5 
Robert Doby 7 
John E dwards 4 
Robert Glover 3 
Joseph Blayton 1 
Thos. Denton 2 
Matt. Whitfield 5 
Will Bird 3 
James Troter 4 
James Glover 3 
John Gilam 1 
Majr. Claibourn 11 
John Wilkison Junr ] 
John Wilkison 3 
Thos. Coten 3 
Na- Duncan 4 



Mary Tomkins 2 
Robert Persons 4 
Will Hunt 4 
Will Coten 2 
John Ray 1 
Thos. Adkins 5 
Frans Niblit 3 
Joseph Harison 4 
Hugh Ivey 3 
Richard Sco g - 4 
M John Mason 9 
John Cxosland 2 
Will Ray 1 
John Harison 13 
Warick Gil an 3 
Edward Weaver 3 
Rebeckah Sledge 3 
James Tomlin 5 
Charles Sledge - illeg. 
John Ogborn 8 
John B ierd 3 
Will Eldridge 10 
Will Heeth Jr. 
Adam Heeth 5 
Sary Tatum - (none) 
Thos. Young 5 
John Underbill 3 
Richard Coten 2 



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John (A)dkins 3 
Thos. Ivey 
Mr. Will (Wiley) 
Joseph Denton 4 
John Denton 2 
Timothy Ezel 2 

John Ginkins 6 
Will More 8 
Epps More 2 
Capt Petway 10 
John Dunn 12 
John Param 5 
Will Param 3 
Abraham Param 
John Leeth 4 
Robert Jackson 6 
Solm Graves 4 
Edward Nickels 3 
Capt. Winn 4 
Peter Winfield 4 
Math Param 3 
Majr. Winn 9 
John Freeman 4 
John Duke 2 
Andrew King 1 

Joseph M- 2 
Antony Parr 5 
James Param 1 
Charles Leeth 5 
John Smith 3 
(Edward) Smith 4 

Heeth 5 

Joseph Cot- 
James Heeth 2 
(Henry) Michel 3 
John Bradly 7 
Matt Gibs 6 
Sary Mickel 2 
Thos Mickel 2 
Rebeckah Har- 
Ann Hull 3 
Frans Rives 
Thos Hood 
John Moss 2 



Natt Tomkins 4 




Thos. Tomkins 1 




Tomkins 2 




Will Tomkins 1 




Henry Mechum 3 




John Adkins 4 




Henry Porch 




Edward Lee 2 




Henry Moss 2 




Mr. John Hay 12 




Clement Hancock 


5 


Cuthb. Stafford 


1 


pd Hugh Ivey const, for 


viewing the fields of 


tobaco w/in his precinct 



Will 

Ed Epps 
Will Moss 
John Ezel 
Thos Hobs 



Filed 1754 



1754 Sussex 

Insolvent Levies 
Richard Bailey 
Peter Brooks 
James Bass 
Edward Carter 4 
Edward Davis 
Brittle Feild 
William Green 
Thomas Hart 
John Hargrave 
John Geneons 3 
Joseph Jeffrys 
George Kersey Jr. 
Edward Long 
Semore Mahany 
Richard Northcross Jr. 
Richard Northcross 2 

Wm. Owen Bricklayer 
Nicholas Prince 
Thomas Robertson 
Joseph Roland 
Nathl. Rogers 
Wm. Rochel 
Wra. Smith 
Wm. Smith 2 
Sam Stevens 
John Tomkins 
Richd Underwood 
Francis Whittinton 
Edward Whittinton 
Wm. Waller 



John Cotes 



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Moses Wall 
Benja. Tann 

all others 
245 



by James Chappell 

715 



sundry tithes not listed 

John Cox 

Thomas Davis 2 

Richd. King 

Thomas Pedinton 2 

Wm. Parham 2 

Silvanus Stokes Jr. 2 

Marcus Stokes 

Thos Pare 

John Bradley 

Thos Hood 

Wm. Winfeild Jr. 

Thos. Denton 2 

Peter Cills 



QUERIES 



RICKS. Mrs. W.W.Winkler (32A Monte Vista Ave., Charlottesville, 
VA 22903) needs info, on Capt. Thomas Ricks (War of 1812) who 
lived near Chase City in Mecklenberg C'o. Va. and married Martha 
Coleman Hill of Halifax Co. Va. 16 Jan. 1800. Would like names 
of parents, and names of siblings and names of children. 

FRAZER. Malinda Broyles (9118 Cascus Dr., Annandale, 
Va 22003) researching Alexander Eraser Sr. who patented land 
in Amelia Co. 25 July 1746 (became Prince Edward). He was 
clerk of St. Patricks Parish for several years beginning 1755. 
Known sons are Alexander Jr., William and John. Are these 
the same Erasers that appear in Montgomery Co., NC late 1700's? 
Will share what information I have. 

WARD/ WILKERSON/GRAVES/EITZ/SPAIN/ RI CKMAN/VAUGHAN/ CHANDLER . 
Mary Jane Vaden (2438 Memorial Ave., S.W. Roanoke, VA 24015) 
seeking contact with descendants of William Henry Ward and 
Martha A. Hailey. Specifically the daughters of Wesley Wirt 
Ward and his wife Neva Lawson who lived at Blackstone, Virginia 
(Nottaway Co.); any descendants of Egbert Ward and Julia McCargo 
who, I understand lived near Chase City in Mecklenberg Co; 
the children of Willie Wilkerson and Ella Ward; descendants 
of Howard Graves and Willie Ward. Among their children were 
Roberta Graves born 1894 who married Richard Eitz. Mary Willie 
Graves who married Eletcher Spain; Mattie Graves who married 
Robert Rickman; Maude Graves who married Ned Vaughan; Lizzie 
Graves who married Thornton Chandler. I understand many of 
these people lived near Chase City, VA. 

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APRIL, 1988 



:he southside Virginian 





THE SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIAN 

Volume 6 April 1988 Number 2 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 49 

BOOK REVIEWS 50 

SUSSEX COUNTY PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS, 1782 51 

HOUGH FAMILY GENEALOGY 65 

UNRECORDED CHESTERFIELD COUNTY WILLS 67 

SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY CHANCERY SUIT, 1829 70 

A SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY MARRIAGE, 1757 71 

PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1770 TITHABLES 72 

THE MATHEW STURDIVANT LINE 79 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY WILL BOOK I 88 

QUERIES 96 

Lyndon H. Hart, J. Christian Kolbe, Editors 
Graphics by Bobby Sheppard 
Copyright 1988 

Correspondence should be addressed: 

The Southside Virginian 

P.O. Box 118 

Richmond, Virginia 23201. 



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BOOK REVIEWS 

Records o f Estate s , Halifax County, North Carolina, 1835-1855, Volume 3 . 
By David B. Gammon. 117 pages, soft cover, full name index. This 
excellent volume abstracts extant bound estate records for Halifax 
County. There are a large number of divisions listing heirs and 
this is an area with a substantial Virginia connection. To order: 
David B. Gammon, 119 Brooks Ave., Raleigh, NC 27607, $16.00 (+$1.25 
postage & handling, NC residets add 5% sales tax). 

R ecords of Es tates, No rthampt on County, N orth Car olina, 1781-1801, 
V olume 1 . By David B. Gammon. 154 pages, soft cover, full name 
index. This useful work covers guardian accounts, inventories, 
estate sales, and accounts current for this border county of North 
Carolina. Many Virginians moved or owned property here. This 
book is a valuable source of names for researchers in the Chowan- 
Meherr in-Roanoke river area. To order: David B. Gammon, 119 Brooks 
Ave., Raleigh, NC 27607, $20.00 (+ $1.25 postage & handling, NC 
residents add 5% sales tax). 

Pe rquimans Co unty , Nor th Carol ina, Court Minutes, 17 38-1754, B ook, II . 
By Weynette Parks Haun. 153 pages, stapled soft cover, fully 
indexed. Another useful work by Mrs. Haun. The information in 
the original is completely abstracted and includes deeds from 1735-1738 
and a tithable list for 1740. There are over a dozen references to 
Virginia, especially Nansemond County. To order: Weynette Parks Haun, 
243 Arg onne Dr., Durham, NC 27704, $20.00 postpaid bookrate, NC 
residents & libraries (unless tax exempt) add 5% sales tax. 

Su rry County Virginia Court Records(Deed Book 1), 1664-1671, Book II . B y 
Weynette Parks Haun. 152 pages, stapled soft cover, fully indexed. This 
is the second part of the earliest extant Surry county record book and 
Mrs. Haun continues her tradition of excellent transcriptions. An 
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SUSSEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA 
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS 
1782 
(continued from Vol. 6, p. 22) 
Transcribed by 
Pollyanna Creekmore 



'A LIST OF THE TAXABLE ARTICLES TAKEN BY GEORGE RIVES FOR 1782" 



Key to Column Numbers 

[1] Proprietors names 

[2] White Males above 21 

[3] Slaves above 16 

[4] Total No. Slaves 

[ 5 ] No . Horses 

[6] No. Cattle 



[1] 

John COCKE 
Peter Poythress, 

John Careless, overseer 

Timothy RIVES 

Elizabeth RIVES ^ 

Isham HAWTHORN 

Thomas MITCHELL 

John MITCHELL 

William DUNN Jun^ 

Thomas AMBROSE 

Lucy RIVES & Son 
Joel 

Lewis DUNN Jun^ 

Woodie HEATH 

John CLEVELAND 

Precilla NORTHINGTON 

Joshua HAWTHORN 

Peter HARWELL 

Mary DOBIE 

William DUNN Sen^ 

Drury YOUNG 

Joshua YOUNG 

Abdon DUFF 

Sterling PETTWAY 



[2] 
1 


[3] 

5 


[4] 
10 


[5] 
3 


[6] 
7 


1 


8 


17 


9 


23 


1 


7 


21 


8 


17 


- 


7 


17 


4 


20 


1 


1 


5 


2 


4 


1 


4 


12 


4 


2 


1 


3 


11 


3 


2 


1 


6 


10 


4 


2 


1 


- 


- 


2 


12 


1 


3 


6 


4 


8 


1 


7 


16 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 
1 
6 


5 


»• 


6 


12 


11 


1 


- 


2 


2 


9 


1 


- 


- 


2 


8 


- 


- 


- 


3 


6 


1 


11 


29 


4 


27 


1 


1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


1 


7 


1 


1 


2 


1 


_ 



51 



1 


13 


29 


16 


16 


- 


3 


11 


1 


2 


1 


4 


6 


5 


7 


2 


6 


10 


4 


7 


1 


5 


9 


7 


11 


1 


1 


1 


2 


4 


1 


— 


k 


2 


5 



Robert PETTWAY 

Sarah BIGGINS 

James EPPES 

Edmund MOSS, Sampson 
MOSS 

William GILBERT 

Nathan BARKER 

Benjamin BARKER 

Hugh BELCHES, James 

Bell, Overseer 2 1539 9 48 

1) 1 Chair 

Abram PARHAM, son 
ABRAM 

Robert TUCKER 

Stith PARHAM 

William TOMLINSON 

Nathaniel Tomlinson 

James CHAMBLESS''" 

Banks MEACHUM 

James BELL 

Ephraim MOSS, John 
MOSS 

John POTTS 

John MASON, 

John POTTS, Over. 

William SYKES 

Richard WILKINSON, 
son Burrell 

William HOBBS 

Elisabeth I.pssenberry 

Mack ANDERSON 

David WILLIAMS and 
Father 

Branch MITCHELL 

John Leath 

Thomas WEEKS 



S2 



- 


3 


7 


4 


12 




5 


12 


5 


14 




5 


10 


6 


15 




1 


2 


3 


8 




2 


2 


2 


4 




7 


18 


7 


12 




5 


12 
1 


7 


16 


2 


1 


5 


8 


14 


- 


- 


2 


3 


6 


1 


6 


13 


10 


44 


1 


5 


8 


5 


11 


2 


- 


1 


5 


29 


1 


1 


2 


3 


8 


- 


2 


4 


2 


10 


1 


- 


2 


3 


7 


2 


- 


2 


2 


- 


1 


1 


2 


2 


- 


1 


2 


2 


3 


6 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 



I 



Lucy ADKINS 



Thomas ADKINS 


1 


1 


3 


4 


6 


John ADKINS 


1 


3 


12 


3 


14 


Estate John ADKINS 












deceed 


- 


2 


4 


1 


- 


Elizabeth WILLIE 


- 


3 


6 


2 


12 


David JONES 




«* 


3 


2 


3 


Joshua HILL 




1 


3 


2 


3 


William LEATH 




- 


- 


- 


2 


Lewis MORRIS 




- 


- 


- 


4 


Joel EPS 




5 


9 


2 


2 


Timothy RIVES Sen^ 




2 


3 


1 


7 


Edward SMITH 




1 


3 


3 


2 


Ephraim KING 




- 


- 


1 


- 


Augustine CLAIBORNE 




15 


31 


5 


16 


George RIVES 




15 


41 


6 


38 



1) 1 Chair 

Copy Teste 
Jn° COCKE C 

Nathaniel BRIGGS 
Henry BARKER 
JESSE BAIN 
Nathaniel BARKER 

Jesse BARKER 

Michael BAILEY 

Joanna BARKER 

John BARKERS Estate 

James BARKER 

John BRYER 

Harmon BISHOP 

Henry COOK 

James COOPER 

Howell CHAPPELL-*" 



Henry CHAPELL 





Ta 


ken 


by 






Geo 


i: RIVES 


1 


9 


2 


12 


1 


2 


2 


15 


1 


1 


1 


3 


1 


2 


2 


10 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


5 


1 


11 


- 


2 


1 


9 


- 


5 


2 


14 


1 


3 


2 


12 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


2 


2 


- 


2 


4 


4 


1 


16 


6 


26 


1 


- 


1 


6 


1 


9 


5 


16 



53 



Huriah KENNADY 
John KENNADY ^ 



Thomas COOPER 


- 


- 


5 


12 


Edwin DAVIS 


1 


2 


2 


5 


Etheldred DAVIS 


1 


3 


1 


9 


Charles DAVIS 


1 


2 


2 


8 


Thomas EDMUNDS 


— 


18 


6 


21 



1) 2 Wheels/ Riding Carriages 

Edwin ELLIS 1 6 5 12 

Benjamin EVANS 12 2 4 

James GILBERT, John 

GILBERT 2-47 



Sarah HAMLIN 




- 


11 


3 


21 


Charles HAMLIN 




1 


3 


2 


+ 


William HAMLIN 




1 


- 


2 


- 


Allen HINES 




1 . 


7 


3 


8 


Durham HEATH -, 




2 


4 


3 


5 


Ambrose HEATH 












Robert HIX 




1 


1 


2 


6 


James HIX, Clement 
HIX 


2 


1 


2 


15 


Estate William 
Sen'^ 


HIX 


— 


1 


1 


10 


William HARRISON, 


3 


8 


6 


13 


son William 
son Richard 


and 











Peter JONES, Robert''" 2 12 6 25 

JONES 

Mary JOHNSON - 11 4 

James JOHNSON 1 2 1 5 

James B. JONES and 2 15 6 17 
son Robert JONES 

John IRBY 1 22 6 29 



1) 2 Wheels/ Riding Carriages 



54 



John JUDKINS 


1 


2 


2 


8 


Henry JARRAD 


1 


15 


4 


14 


David JONES Jun^ 


1 


- 


2 


3 


Joshua JOHNSON 


1 


1 


1 


6 


Nicholas JARRAD 


1 


5 


3 


11 


John -] KENNiBRoUGH 


2 


- 


3 


5 


James 










William LAMB 


1 


4 


6 


12 


Enock LEWIS 


1 


1 


1 


4 


William LASHLY 


1 


4 


3 


17 


David MASON Jun^ 


1 


11 


5 


25 


Joanna MOSS 




2 


- 


8 


Samuel MANGUM 


1 


11 


4 


8 


Nicholas PARTRIDGE 


1 


7 


3 


15 


Sarah PARTRIDGE 


- 


2 


1 


2 


Henry BRIGGS EstateT 


1 


3 


1 


8 



] 

Stephen POPE, Overseer 

Benjamin ROBERTS 1 15 6 15 



Sarah ROBERTS 


- 


9 


2 


11 


Joseph ROSSER 


1 


- 


2 


3 


John SEARS 


1 


- 


4 


6 


James TURNER 


1 


8 


4 


13 


Edmund TURNER 


1 


6 


4 


12 


Daniel TURNER 


1 


2 


2 


5 


John THOMLINSON 


1 


- 


1 


1 


William VILVIM 


1 


- 


1 


6 


Jesse WALLIS 


1 


5 


3 


8 



Taken by 

Peter Jones, Gent, 

Copy 

Teste 

Jno. Cocks C 



55 



Key to Column Numbers 

[1] Peoples Names 

[2] Free Males above 21 years 

[3] No. Slaves 

[4] No. Horses 

[5] No. Cattle 

List taken by Lawrance SMITH 

[1] 

Benjamin ATKINS 

Mary ANTUNTUN 

Stephen ANDROSS"'- 

John ALSOBROOK 

Richard ANDROSS 

Collin BLUNT 

Bartholomew BETTS 

William BIRDSONG 

John BIRDSONG 

John BLOW 

Henry BLOW 

William BAILY^ 

Arthur BOOTHS 

Thomas BAILY 

Michael BLOW 

John BAINES 

Miles BIRDSONG 

Joseph BIRDSONG 

William BRITTLE 

Samuel BLIZZARD 

Thomas BLUNT, 
John BLUNT 

William BLUNT 

1 2 wheels/ Riding Carriages 

2 2 wheels/ Riding Carriages 



[2] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


1 


- 


1 


6 


- 


5 


1 


8 


1 


8 


5 


13 


1 


3 


4 


20 


1 


10 


4 


15 


1 


11 


3 


16 


1 




2 


9 


1 


9 


3 


12 


1 


10 


4 


25 


1 


1 


2 


5 


1 


k 


4 


16 


1 


5 


3 


8 


1 


3 


1 


4 


1 


1 


2 


9 


1 


19 


6 


28 


1 


- 


2 


15 


1 


2 


3 


8 


1 


2 


2 


4 


1 


5 


2 


22 


1 


- 


2 


5 


2 


18 


4 


43 


1 


34 


7 


30 



56 



[1] 


[2] 


[3] 


[4] 


[5] 


James BANES 


1 


- 


2 


6 


John COLE 


1 


1 


3 


8 


Nathan CARROL 


1 


- 


2 


7 


Richard COOPER 


1 


1 


2 


10 


Sarah CROSS 


- 


7 


3 


6 


William CROSS 


1 


3 


3 


4 


Mark CARROL 


1 


3 


1 


3 


Benjamin CLARY Sen^ 


1 


7 


3 


9 


William CARREL jr. 


1 


2 


2 


8 


William CARREL Senr. 


- 


1 


2 


6 


Mary CLARY 


- 


1 


2 


7 


Benjamin CLARY Jun^ 


1 


3 


2 


3 


James CLARY 


1 


4 


1 


4 


Thomas omes 


1 


- 


2 


4 


Isaac ELLIS 


1 


6 


1 


4 


William ELLIS 


1 


7 


4 


23 


John ELLIS 


1 


- 


1 


2 


Calel? ELLIS 


1 


10 


4 


19 


Benjamin ELLIS 


1 


4 


1 


8 


Nicholas EDMUNDS 


- 


3 


2 


18 


William FELTS 


1 


- 


1 


10 


Nathan FELTS 


1 


- 


2 


- 


James FELTS 


1 


- 


1 


- 


William FRANCES 


1 


- 


1 


3 


John FREEMAN 


1 


2 


2 


17 


Henry FREEMAN 


1 


1 


1 


10 


Lucy FREEMAN 


- 


1 


1 


6 


Henry FASON 


1 


4 


1 


7 


Joseph GLOVER 


1 


- 


1 


8 


Joseph HIX Sen^ 


1 


- 


3 


8 


Joseph HIX Jun^^ 


1 


- 


1 


4 


William HIX 


1 


- 


1 


2 


Littice HARGROVE 


- 


2 


3 


9 


Jesse HARGROVE 


1 


6 


3 


25 



57 



Hartwell HARIS, 2 
Andrew LISTER 

James HOLLOWAY 1 

Samuel HOLT 1 

Thomas HENCOCK 1 

Nicholas HENCOCK 1 

John HENCOCK 1 

Charles HOLDSWORTH 1 

William JORDAN 1 

John JORDAN 1 

William JUDKINS Jun^l 

William JUDKINS Sen^l 

Henry JARRATT Jun^ 1 

Robert JUDKINS 1 

Emanuel JAMES 1 

Nathaniel Jones, 2 
Howel JONES 

Jordan WILLIAM 1 

Thomas JONES 1 

George KERR-*- 1 

Benjamin KITCHEN 1 

John KEY 1 

Joseph LANE 

Lucy LANE 

Drury LANE 1 

Jesse LANE 1 

John LAMB Jun^ 1 

John LAMB Sen^ 2 
son Daniel 

Robert LAMB 1 

Thomas MASSENGALE 1 

Samuel MAGGET 1 

Michael MORE 1 

Charles MURFREY 1 

William NICHOLSON^ 1 

Harris NICHOLSON^ 1 



2 


3 


13 


- 


1 


8 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


- 


4 


4 


16 


2 


- 


- 


4 


■ 4 


9 


- 


1 


6 


- 


1 


- 


1 


X 


5 


- 


3 


6 


7 


3 


10 


5 


2 


7 


8 


3 


15 


1 


3 


16 


2 


2 


6 


- 


1 


12 


15 


10 


23 


4 


2 


6 


10 


2 


4 


5 


1 


7 


2 


2 


9 


- 


2 


6 


4 


3 


13 


9 


5 


19 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


9 


11 


3 


12 


- 


- 


5 


3 


2 


11 


13 


3 


16 


22 


6 


19 



58 



John NICHOLSON 


1 


12 


5 


25 


Elizabeth NICHOLSON 


- 


6 


3 


9 


William OWEN 


1 


- 


2 


- 


Hannah OWEN 


- 


- 


1 


7 


William PLEASANT 


1 


1 


3 


9 


George PLEASANT 


1 


- 


- 


3 


Michael PROCTER 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Thomas PROSSOR 


2 


1 


4 


17 


son Nicholas 










Thomas PHILLIPS 


1 


2 


1 


8 


Thomas PRETLOW 


1 


3 


3 


9 


Stephen PEPPER 


1 


1 


1 


8 


Archie RICHARDSON 


1 


- 


1 


5 


David ROGERS 


1 


- 


2 


6 


John ROGERS 


1 


- 


3 


7 


Mary ROGERS 


- 


1 


- 


5 


Rebecca ROGERS 


- 


- 


- 


5 


Thomas RICHARDSON 




2 


2 


8 


Joseph SMITH 




- 


2 


7 


Arthur SMITH 




4 


2 


17 


Simon STACEY 




10 


4 


20 


Lawrance SMITH^ 




15 


5 


35 


Thomas TOMLINSON 




19 


3 


14 


James TURNER j^ 




- 


2 


6 


Nicholas WILSON 




4 


2 


5 



1-2 Wheels Riding Carr. 
2-2 Wheels Riding Carr. 
3-2 Wheels Riding Carr. 



Edward WOTTON 


and 


2 


7 


4 


22 


son Thomas 












John WHITE 




1 


4 


3 


12 


John WALL 




1 


- 


2 


7 


James WHITE 




1 


4 


3 


16 


Samuel WELLS 




1 


_ 


1 


6 



59 



Key to Column Numbers 
[1] Proprietors Names 
[2] White Males Above 21 
[3] No. Negroes 
[ 4 ] No . Hor s e s 
[5] No. Carriages 

[1] [2] [3] [.4] [5] 



Benjamin AVENT 


1 


- 


3 


4 


Thomas AVENT 


1 


4 


2 


17 


John ATKINSON 


1 


4 


3 


5 


John AVENT 


1 


4 


3 


10 


Thomas ADDAMS 


1 


1 


3 


8 


James ADDAMS 


1 


- 


2 


6 


Robert ARMSTRONG 


1 


1 


1 


12 


River BARKER 


1 


1 


3 


8 


Silvanus BELL 


1 


4 


4 


12 


Thomas BARHAM 


1 


2 


1 


4 


Phillip BAILY 


1 


1 


2 


6 


William BROWN Sen' 


1 


26 


11 


57 



(Sury) 

Thomas WALPOLE 

William BROWN Sr 
( Surry) 



Charles BARHAM 


1 


6 


2 


11 


William BARHAM ■ 


1 


12 


2 


8 


Benjamin BULLOCK 


1 


1 


1 


3 


Sarah BARHAM 


- 


1 


1 


5 


Reubin BAIRD 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Benjamin BAIRD 


1 


- 


2 


11 


William BULLOCK 


1 


- 


2 


4 


Arthur BASS 


1 


3 


3 


11 


Joel BULLOCK 


1 


1 


1 


3 


Jones CORNET 


- 


- 


2 


12 


Sarah CORNET 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Selah CORNET 


_ 


— 


— 


3 



60 



Silvia CORNET 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Morris DUNN 


- 


- 


3 


5 


William DAVIS 


1 


- 


2 


8 


Thomas EZILL 




- 


1 


9 


Balaam EZELL 




- 


1 


2 


Abel EZELL 




- 


2 


7 


Nathaniel FELTS 




- 


3 


12 


Arthur FREEMAN 




1 


3 


7 


Benjamin FI 




3 


2 


9 


Frederick FORT 




- 


4 


14 


Jesse FELTS 




1 


1 


4 


William GRIZZARD 




6 


3 


5 


Lucy GRIZZARD-*- 




12 


3 


15 


Christopher GODWYNN 




8 


5 


8 


William GILLIAM 




- 


1 


- 


Richard HAY Sen'^ 




5 


2 


11 


Reuben HARRIS 




1 


2 


- 


Charles HOLT 




2 


2 


6 


Benjamin HAIL Sen^ 




1 


5 


12 


John HAIL 




2 


2 


12 


Daniel HARWOOD 




2 


2 


5 


Oliver HUBBARD 




- 


1 


3 


Micajah HAIL 




- 


2 


5 


George HOGWOOD 




- 


- 


6 


Richard HAY Jun^ 




2 


2 


10 


Frederick HAN 




- 


1 


4 


Benjamin HAIL 




1 


2 


6 


Lucy HARRIS 




- 


1 


5 


Balaam HAY 




- 


1 


1 


John HAY 




1 


2 


2 


Adam IVEY 




- 


4 


11 


Ephraim IVEY 




- 


2 


7 


Aaron IVEY 




- 


- 


- 


Peoples IVEY 




- 


1 


4 


David Ivey 




1 


2 


2 



61 



1-1 chair 



Henry JARRATT 


1 


- 


1 


- 


Nicholas JARRATT 


1 


1 


2 


13 


John JOHNSON 


1 


2 


3 


7 


John JUDKINS 


1 


11 


7 


26 


John KNIGHT 


1 


9 


3 


14 


Archibald KNIGHT 


1 


1 


1 


- 


Thomas KERSEY 


1 


- 


1 


- 


William LONGBOTTOM 


1 


- 


3 


9 


Robert LYNN 


1 


- 


3 


7 


C LYNN 


- 


- 


1 


2 


William MAGEE 


1 


1 


1 


6 


Abel MABRY 


1 


5 


2 


10 


Thomas MASON^ 


- 


19 


4 


25 


Matthew MORGAN 


1 


4 


5 


7 


Richard MASON 


1 


5 


4 


8 


Allen MAY 


1 


ii 


1 


5 


Samuel MANGUM 


1 


6 


5 


6 


William MANGUM 


1 


- 


3 


6 


Henry MANRY 


1 


- 


2 


10 


John MANRY 


1 


- 


2 


6 


William MANRY 


1 


- 


2 


3 


Burrell MACLAMORE 


1 


2 


4 


9 


John MUNS 


- 


- 


2 


2 


Littleberry MASON 


1 


16 


9 


23 


William MYRICK 


1 


29 


7 


14 


Est, James BARNES 


- 


5 


- 


- 


Thomas HUSON Jur^ 


1 


9 


4 


10 


Nathaniel NEWSUM 


1 


8 


5 


16 


Andrew NEWSUM 


1 


4 


2 


2 


Richard NORTHCROSS 


1 


1 


4 


14 


Thomas NEWSUM Sen^ 


1 


7 


5 


13 



1-1 chair 

Nathan NORTHINGTON 



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James NEWSUM 


1 


- 


- 


1 


William NEWSUM 


1 


4 


5 


7 


Daniel NEWSUM 


1 


- 


1 


2 


Agness NEWSUM 


- 


- 


1 


- 


John PATE 


1 


- 


2 


9 


William PRINCE 


1 


k 


2 


11 


Nicholas PRINCE 


1 


- 


1 


3 


Thomas PATE 


1 


- 


3 


10 


Edward PATE 


1 


- 


2 


6 


John PRINCE 


1 


- 


2 


7 


Elizabeth PARHAM 


- 


19 


6 


15 


William RICHARDSON 


1 


27 


6 


18 


John ROLAND 


1 


- 


1 


3 


Benjamin RICHARDSON 


1 


- 


1 


7 


Isaac R 


1 


1 


1 


4 


William ROSE Sen^ 


1 


- 


3 


8 


William ROSE jun'^ 


1 


- 


1 




Susanna ROLAND 


- 


- 


- 


5 


Thomas SAMMONS 


1 


- 


2 


6 


William SAMMONS 


1 


- 


1 


- 


Martha SEABURN 


- 


8 


A 


21 


Jesse SLEDGE 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Augustine SLEDGE 


- 


- 


3 


- 


James SAMMONS 


1 


- 


1 


h 


Benjamin SAMMONS 


1 


- 


2 


- 


Ann SAMMONS 


- 


1 


1 


2 


John SANDS 


1 


12 


3 


5 


Robert SEAT 


1 


11 


3 


14 


William SEABURN 


1 


- 


1 


9 


Hartwell SEAT 


1 


? 


3 


3 


John SLEDGE 


1 


- 


2 


9 


Elizabeth SLEDGE 


- 


- 


2 


4 


Nathaniel SEAT 


1 


2 


2 


2 


Elimelick SANDERFORI 


I - 


- 


2 


2 


Ann STURDIVANT 


- 


2 


1 


3 



63 



Allen STURDIVANT 


1 


1 


2 


- 


Est. William SMITH, 


1 


4 


4 


9 


FELTS, William 










William SANTEE 


1 


- 


- 


3 


Lewis SOLOMON 


1 


9 


4 


6 


Drury SMITH 


1 


10 


2 


7 


Richard STUART 


1 


24 


6 


29 


Henry TUDER 


1 


1 


3 


7 


William TYLER 


1 


15 


4 


35 


Major TILLER 


1 


9 


2 


14 


Lewis THORP 


1 


17 


5 


41 


Anselom UNDERWOOD 


1 


- 


2 


8 


Mark UNDERWOOD 


1 


- 


2 


6 


Lewis UNDERWOOD 


- 


- 


1 


1 


James VAUGHAN 


1 


6 


3 


4 


Michael WEATHERS 


1 


- 


2 


5 


John WHITEHORN 


1 


1 


2 


6 


William WEAVER 


1 


2 


2 


3 


William WOODLAND Sen 


^1 


11 


3 


20 


Phillip WHITEHORN 


1 


7 


2 


11 


Elizabeth WHITEHORN 


- 


4 


2 


9 


Thomas WHITEHORN 


1 


- 


1 


3 


Sarah WHITEHORN 


- 


1 


1 


- 


James WALKER 


1 


6 


2 


6 


Mary WILLIAMSON 


- 


2 


3 


10 


Mary WYCHE, Benj^ 


1 


15 


3 


12 


CHAPMAN 










William ZILLS 


1 


- 


- 


2 


Taken by 










Lewis THORP 











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HOUGH FAMILY GENEALOGY 
Contributed by Norman J. Flythe 
Transcribed by L.H.Hart 

The following documents were located in the Franklin County NC Estate papers 
of John Hough, 1818. The petition listing the heirs and a power of attorney 
are included. A number of the individuals resided in Virginia, and this data 
is more complete and clears up several discrepancies found in an earlier suit 
in Isle of Wight County. 

State of North Carolina 
Franklin County In Equity Spring term AD 1819 

The petition of James Hough, John Hough, William Hough, Hezekiah Hough and 
Moody Hough, Chloe Martin wife of Kinchin and formerly Chloe Hough, Mary May 
wife of William May & formerly Mary Hough, Milley wife of Dudly Mark formerly 
Milley Hough, Nancy Ross wife of Dudley Ross formerly Nancy Hough, Fanny Kindred 
formerly Fanny Hough wife of Elisha Kindred and Elizabeth Knox wife of Samuel 
Knox formerly Elizabeth Hough All of whom are the children of Hezakiah Hough 
dec. of Anson County who was Brother of John Hough Deed, of Franklin County 
- William Babb, Barshaba Murphrey formerly Barshaba Babb, Fanny Chapman formerly 
Fanny Babb, Chloe Gale formerly Chloe Babb, John Babb, Nancy Outland formerly 
Nancy Babb of Isle of White County Virginia who are the children of Ann Baldwin 
Deed, formerly Ann Babb and formerly Ann Hough and sister of the aforesaid John 
Hough deceased - John Sykes, Lee Sykes and Polly Thomlin formerly Polly Sykes 
(the children of Cloe Sykes formerly Cloe Hough sister of John deceased) of 
Isle of White County Virginia - Polly Bristow formerly Polly Hough, Fanny Leno 
wife of Henry Leno who are children of James Hough deed, brother of the aforesaid 
John Deed. - Patsey Williams, Polly Williams, and Henry Williams So. Hampton 
County Virginia who are children of Nancy Williams formerly Nancy Hough daughter 
of the aforesaid James Deed. - Lucy Nibbet, Edward H. Nibbett, Wilmouth Nibbet, 
Nancy Alley and Husband formerly Nancy Nibbett, Elizabeth Nibbett, Polly Harrison 
formerly Polly Nibbett, Sally Nibbett, Patsey Nibbett and Susannah Nibbett children 
and heirs of Sally Nibbett Deed, and daughter of the aforesaid James deed, of 
Prince George County Virginia - John Harris, Themas William Harris and Fanny 



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Edwards formerly Fanny Harris children of Mary Harris sister of the aforesaid 
John Deed, of No. Hampton County - Thomas Sykes, Elizabeth Deloatch children 
and Heirs of Millicent Sykes formerly Millicent Hough and Brother (sic) of 
the aforesaid John Deed. - Polly wife of Wm. Gant. formerly Polly Sykes Harris, 
Patsey wife of Joseph Sykes formerly Patsey Harris children St Heirs of Milley 
Harris deed, formerly Milly Sykes and daughter of the aforesaid Millicant Sykes 
formerly Millicant Hough and sister of the sd John deed. - Elizabeth Clement 
& Husband formerly Elizabeth Daughtry, William Daughtry, Martha Daughtry, and 
Mary Daughtry children of Milly Daughtry deed, who was Daughter of Milly Harris 
daHghtei?-©f-Miiiey-Hai?!pi9 daughter of Millicent Sykes deed, formerly Millicent 
Hough and sister of the aforesaid John deed. James-Hetigh Mary Edwards wife 
of James Edwards formerly Mary Deloatch James-Edwards, Charlotte Deloatch, 
Martha Davis wife of Lewis Davis formerly Martha Deloatch, Frances Vaughan 
wife of Jesse (?) Vaughan Elizabeth Futrell wife of John Futrell formerly Elizabeth 
Deloatch and John Deloatch of No. H. County children and Heirs of Mourning 
Deloatch deed, daughter of Millicent Sykes who was the sister of the aforesaid 
John Deed. - Joseph Sykes, James Sykes, Nancy Bunn wife of Etheldred Bunn formerly 
Nancy Sykes (N.R.), Fanny wife of Lemuel Lane formerly Fanny Sykes, Martha 
Garris wife of William Garris formerly Martha Sykes & Polly Lain & Ransom her 
husband formerly Polly Sykes, Millicent Flith S. her husband formerly M. Sykes 
children of James Sykes Deed, son of Millicent Sykes formerly Millicent Hough 
and sister of the aforesaid John deed. - Martha Sykes and William Sykes children 
of William Sykes son of James Sykes son of Millicent Sykes formerly Millicent 
Hough and sister of the aforesaid John Deed. That the said John Hough died 
intestate sometime during the year 1815 or 1816 as to a certain tract of land 
lying in the county of Franklin in the waters of Creek adjoining 

the lands of Henry Arrington, Henry Willhite, William Coppedge and others of 
which land the said John Hough deed, was seized and possessed in Fee simple 
at the time of his death, containing by estimation seven hundred and Fifty 
acres more or less. That your petitioners aforesaid are the heirs and only 
heirs and representatives of the aforesaid John deed, and on his death became 
entitled by desent to this land aforesaid. 

State of North Carolina 
North Hampton County 



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I 



Joseph Sykes and wife Martha, Ransom Layn and wife Polly, Lemuel Layn and wife 

Fanny, Lewis Davis and wife Martha, James Edwards and wife Polly of the state 

& county aforesaid appoint Henry Lenow of Southampton Co., Virginia their 

attorney to receive their share as legatees of John Hough dec. from sale of 

land in Franklin County, 6 April 1821 

witness 

Jerimiah E. Outland Joseph Sikes 

Thomas Deloatch Martha +Sikes 

Ranson Layn X 

Polly Layn X 

Lemuel La3m 

Fanny X Layn 

James + Edwards 

Polley + Edwards 

Lewis X Davis 

Martha X Davis 



UNRECORDED CHESTERFIELD COUNTY WILLS 
(Continued from Vol. VI, p. 34) 
L.H.Hart 

Last will & Testament Thos. Batte Sr. 17 Septr. 1787 

Will of Thomas Batte 

1787 October proved per Mosely & Black & Codicil pd p Jackson 

In the name of God Amen I Thomas Batte Senr. & Chesterfield 
County & Parish of Dale, being in a low state of Health but in 
perfect mind & memory, do make & ordain this my last Will & 
Testament in manner and form following vizt. 

I lend unto my loving wife Dorothy Batte all that Tract or parcel 
of land lying & being in the County of Chesterfield called & known 
by the name of the Rocks joining the Land of Thomas Boiling the 
Estate of Richard Baugh & Thomas Batte junr. also one third of 
my negroes exclusive of such as are specifically bequeathed, one 
third part of my Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs likewise one third 
part of my Household and Kitchen furniture and Plantation Utensils 
for and during her Natural life in lieu of her right of Dower 
and after her death all the Land, negroes, stock of all kinds 



67 



& furniture that I have lent unto my loving wife I give and bequeath 

unto my son Richard Baugh Batte to him & his Heirs & assigns forever. 

Item I give unto my loving wife Dorothy Batte my Negroe woman 

named Sail & her two Children Daniel & Phillis with their increase 

from this da}' to her & to her heirs and assigns forever 

Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Chamberlane 

Batte three tracts or parcels of Land lying in the county of 

Chesterfield one known by the name of Packers, one by the name 

of Strattons & the other by the name of Dawsons joining the Lands 

of Elam Folkes & Woodson, also one third' part of my Negroes not 

specifically given likewise one third part of my Horses Cattle 

Sheep & Hogs, Household and Kitchen Furniture & Plantation Utensils, 

I also give unto my said Daughter my negroe wooman Nanny & her 

child Sterling & their increase from this Day to her & her heirs 

and assigns forever. 

Item I give and bequeath to my son Richard Baugh Batte all my 

Lands lying & being in the County of Prince George also one third 

part of my Negroes not specifically given one third part of my 

Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Househould; & Kitchen furniture & 

plantation Utensils. I also give to my said son my Negroe Woman 

Chener & her son Peter & their increase from this day which said 

Land & Negroes I give to him & to his heirs and Assigns forever. 

Item I do hereby appoint my friend Stephen Cocke of Nottoway 

in Amelia County guardian of both my children & desire that he 

may out of their estate give them such liberal education as he 

thinks proper 

Item It is my Will & desire if my two children, my son Richard 

Baugh Batte, & my Daughter Elizabeth Chamberlain Batte, should 

both die before they arrive to lawful age or Marry, then I give 

one third part of my estate both real & Personal to Thomas Batte 

jr. son of Chamberlain Batte to him & to his heirs & assigns forever. 

one other third part I give alsoif my said two children should 

die as aforesaid to the children of my sister Mary Cox to be equally 

divided amongst them which estate both real & personal I give 

to them & to their Heirs Si Assigns forever. The other third part 

both real & personal I give to the Children of my Sister Elizabeth 

Jones deceased which estate I give to them & to their Heirs and 

assigns forever to be equally divided amongst them all if my 

said two children should die as aforesaid. 

I do hereby Constitute & appoint my friends Alexr. Marshall & 

Stephen Cocke of Nottoway in Amelia County my Executors of this 

my last Will & Testament hereby revoking all other will or wills 

whatsoever made by me or for me and as a compensation & s att isf act ion 

for their Trouble & traveling expences in performing the sd. Business 

of Exrs. I give & bequeath unto my sd. Excutors & to their Heirs 

& assigns forever my negroe man slave (a blacksmith by Trade) 

named James. It is my will & desire that my estate not be appraised. 

In witness whereof I have to these presents set my Hand and seal 

this 17th day of September 1787- 

Signed Sealed published & 

declared to be the last will Thomas Batte Senr. 



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& Testament of Thos. Batte & 

at his request Witnessed by us 
Test 

Henrey Stratton 

Willm. Womack 

Wm . Moseley 

Baxter Folke s 

Thomas ^^^ Block 
mark 

I do hereby make this Codicil to this my last will & Testament 
Vizt. If both my children Elizabeth Chamberlane Batte & Richard 
Baugh Batte should both die after Marriage & before they Arive 
to lawful Age without Issue then it is my Will and desire also 
that their estate should be divided between Thomas Batte jr. son 
of Chamberlane Batte. the children of my sister Cox & my sister 
Elizabeth Joens deceased in manner as is in my Will directed. 
Witness my Hand & Seal this 24th day of September 1787 
Signed sealed & acknowledged Thos. Batte Senr. 

before 
Test 

Henrey Stratton 

Steward Jackson 

Willm. Womack 



Henry Dixons last W 
Henry Dixon's Will 
1804 Deamr. 10th 
Proved by Wooldridg 
The draft o 
After all my j 
Thomas Trabue have 
John Tunstall - als 
acknowligmt. of my 
at my Deceas - my F 
my Leeces at the co 
and Thomas Trabue t 
them equally- my re 
I request Thos. Tra 
Dixon No. 74 South 
Death to take his a 
as I am in expecton 
Accounts there I gi 
Heirs for ever 
I appoint Jno. Dixo 

don 10 m. 3 day 180 
Witness Sam. Cobbs 
R. Wooldri 
In conversation wit 
as my last will . 



ill 



e & Contd. 
f Henry Dixons Will 
ust Depts in Virginia i 
the Watch lately belong 
o Twenty Dollers out of 
respect - To his sister 
amily watch and Twenty 
al pitts I give to John 
o them and their Heirs 
ason for it is Thomas T 
bue after my Death to g 

Frunt Street Philadelp 
dvice with respect to t 

of Legacyes from Engla 
ve to John Dixon Philad 



s paid my Will is that 
to our mutual Friend 
my Stock as a further 
Polly - if not marrd. 
Dollars out of my Stock- 

Dixon Philadelphia 
to be divided betwixt 
rabue is nigh the coalpitts- 
ive my relation John 
hia information of my 
he remaing Estate-and 
nd after paying my just 
elphia to him and his 



n and Thos 




Trabue my Executors 
Henry Dixon 



dge 

h Capt 



Woldrige I requested him to coppy this 



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SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY CHANCERY SUIT, 1829 
by L.H.Hart 

The following is an abstract of the bill and cause of a Harris family 
suit brought in 1828 and found in Southampton County Chancery Papers. All genealogical 
material was extracted and transcribed. 

Southampton County November Court 1828 

Gideon Harris, Polly Harris, William Felts & Priscilla his wife late 
Harris, Joel Harris, Howell Harris, Henry Harris, James Harris and John Grizzard 
and Sally his wife late Sally Harris which said Gideon, Polly, Priscilla, Joell, 
Howell, Henry, James, Sally and Lewis hereinafter named defendant are the children 
and heirs of Joel Harris deed.- William Harris infant and only child of Hamlin 
Harris deed, by the said Howell Harris son of Joel his next friend - Williamson 
Harris, — Ferrell and Sylvia his wife late Harris — Ferrell and Priscilla his 
wife late Harris and Henry Harris which said Williamson, Silvia, Priscilla and 
Henry are the children and heirs of Howell Harris deed. - Polly Harris, Rebecca 
Harris, Joel Harris, and Cofield Harris which said Polly, Rebecca, Joel, and 
Cofield are the children and heirs of Randolph Harris deed. - Howell Harris, 
John Tilman and Betsey his wife late Harris, Wm. H. Robertson and Nancy his wife 
late Harris, Henry W. Williams and Sally his wife late Harris which said Howel, 
Betsey, Nancy, and Sally are the children and heirs of John Harris deed. - John 
Christian and Fady his wife late Harris, Wm. Green 5, Jincey his wife late Harris, 
Grigsby Rush and Priscilla late Harris, Howell Harris, James Harris & Joshua 
Harris (Henry Harris and Betsey his wife late Green, Olive Green, John McLeod 
and Fady his wife late Green — Shamwell and Nancy his wife late Green, which 
said Betsey, Olive, Fady, and Nancy, are the children and heirs of Nancy wife 
of Robert Green now deed, who was Nancy Harris and — children and heirs of Sally 
the deed, wife of Nathan Horn who was Sally Harris the names & number of her 
children being unknown - which said Fady Christian, Nancy Green deed., Jincey, 
Priscilla, Sally, Howel, James and Joshua, were the only children and heirs of 
Olive wife of Joshua Harris deed. - Harris Reese, Redmond Reese, John Reese, 
Rivers Reese, Howell Reese, Charity Reese, Arthur Adams & Betsey his wife & Sally & 

Norfleet Ivey infant children & heirs of Polly Ivey deed, who was Polly Reese 
by George Ivey their next friend which said Harris, Redmond, John, Rivers, Howell, 
Charity, Betsey, & Polly were the children & heirs of Sally Reese deed, formerly 
Sally Harris - Joel McLemore & Burwell McLamore children & heirs of Lucy McLemore 
deed, who was Lucy Harris — children and heirs of Sukey Ricks dec. who was Suckey 



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Harris whose names and numbers are as yet unknown & who reside out of this 

Commonwealth complainants 

vS In 

Chancery 

Lewis Harris son of Joel Harris as well in his own right as adm. of Lewis Harris 

the Elder deed. Defendant 

That Lewis Harris, the elder, departed this life in the year 1826, in this county, 
intestate, unmarried, and without issue - that he had no father, mother, brother, 
sister, grandfather or grandfather (sic) living- but his next of kin were your 
complts. and the above mentioned Lewis Harris, son of Joel, children & descendants 
of the decedants brothers and sisters, Joel, Hamlin, Randolph, Howel, John, Olive, 
Sally, Lucy & Suckey - that his estate consisted of about (blank) slaves with 
a good perishable estate four hundred & fifty six acres of land, on which he 
resided situate in this county, and fifty nine acres of low ground land in Greensville 
County. 

That your worships will perceive at once the utter impracticability 
of a division of this property in kind amongst his heirs, who amount to more 
than 40 in number & their respective shares of the land cannot exceed $100, and 
who reside in several states of this union. They therefore earnestly pray that 
a sale may be effected of the whole property and a division had of the proceeds 
amongst them. 

A SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY MARRIAGE, 1757 
by L.H.Hart 

The following bond was located in the Southampton County Court Papers. 

Absalom Smith and Joshua Dawson of Southampton County are bound for fc 50 

dated 13 December 1757. 

Marriage is intended between Absalom Smith & Hannah Dawson spinster both of 

this county. 

his 



R Kello CI. 



Joshua . Dawson 
mark 



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PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1770 TITHABLES 

(continued from Vol. V, p. 170) 

by J.C.Kolbe 



John Donelsons List for the year 1770 

John Watson, William Watson 

John Watson Ju. 

Richard Bigg 

Alle 1 Adams Ju. 

John Adams Ju. 

John Adams 

Major Adkinson 

Nathan Adams 

James Bigg 

William Pigg, Negro Darkis 

Notley Wheat 

Edwerd Polley 

Robert Adams 

James Cox 

Thomas Mustain, Jesse 

Mustain 

Edgcome Williams 

Thomas Paris 

Joseph Parsons 

William Short, Cornelius 

Short 

David Wade 

Daniel McBain 

William Perry, David Perry 

William Tunstall, James 

Brooks Overseer, Peter, 

Milley, Agness, Biddey 

William Payne 

John Martin 

James Caldwell 



tithes 


scalps 


land 


2 


10 




1 


5 




1 






1 


5 


100 


1 


5 




1 




180 


1 


5 




1 


5 




1 




200 


2 


10 


400 


1 


5 




1 


5 


225 


1 


5 


320 


1 


5 




2 


10 


570 


1 






1 


5 




1 


5 


100 


2 






1 


5 




1 




100 


2 




250 


5 


20 





1 
1 
1 



400 

2 

300 



72 



John Fariss 

Abram Motley, Negro 

Feebe & Abram 

Thomas Watson Negro Lucey 

William Holder 

El isha Faris s 

John Barber 

David Barber 

Reuben Payne 

Abram Payne 

Hall Hudson, Negroes Lucey & Jenney 

Henry Pruet, Jos. Pruet, Jno . Pruet 

Joseph Maples 

James Taylor, Absolem 

Branson 

Edwerd Wade, Negro Pegg 

Stephen Bennet 

William Fariss 

Uriah Camron 

James Fariss Ju. 

Thomas Doss, James Doss 

Lewis Shelton, John Keese 

Overseer, Negroes Pat & Nann 

Crispen Shelton Gent., Spencer 

Shelton, Armistd. Shelton, John Swinney 

Overseer, Negrs. Tom, Primas, Lucy, Sue, 

Harry 

James Slone 

Jno. Payne Sr., Greenwood 

Payne, Thomas Payne 

Richard Pereman, Negro Billey 

Gabriel Shelton, Negroes Zachery, Violet 

Daniel Shelton, Jos. Fortune Overseer 



3 

41 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

3 

1 

2 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 



3_ 
47 



5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
5 

15 
15 
5 



10 
5 
5 
5 



30 



5 

15 



100 



150 
85 

650 



238 

200 
226 



80 

441 

814 



200 

304 
598 



73 



Negroes Robin, Winney, Esther 

Jno . Parsons 

Jno . Butler 

Hugh Henry 

& Hugh Henry Jr. 

H [ ] Henry 

Jno. Henry 

James Murphey Negro Phill 

William Williams, Negroes Cupid, Abner 

Jno. Leak, Robert Leak, Negroes Jack & 

Flourah 

James Leake 

Daniel Lovell, Negroes Charles, Nell 

Jacob Paris s 

Daniel Truehart 

Wm . Peters Martain 

Richard Farthing 

Henry Hall 

Abram Shelton, Negro Rachel 

Thos. Boze of Charlotte, Jno. 

Anglin Overseer, Negroe Nann 

Samuel Crowley 

Benjamin Johnston 

Robert Hairston, Negroes George, Peter 

Tobey, Brittain, Dick, Judith, Fleny, 

Peggy, Lucey 

Jno. Handy 

Thomas Leak 

Joseph Hayes, Negro Syphax 

John Bayes 

Littleberry Laws 

Alexr . Caldwe 1 1 

John Watkins 

Jno. Donelson, Alexr. Donelson 



1 


5 




1 


5 


150 


1 






2 






1 


5 




1 






2 


7 


179 


3 


15 


400 


4 




200 



1 
1 

2 
3 

1 

1 
10 



44 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

8 



5 

5 



3 
5 

27 



100 



266 
1616 



300 



340 



200 



350 



350 
100 
611 



74 



Thomas Hutchings, Negro. Peter, Cancer, 

Tobe, Hannah, Sarah 

Peter Polley 1 5 

Richard Pruet 1 5 150 

Samuel Mathis 1 1 

Joshua Mathis 1 1 

Joseph Roberts, Charles, Jenny 3 15 

Peter Irby 1 5 

George Keesee 1 5 

Robt. Singleton 1 5 

Saml . Brooks 1 3 

Thomas Tunstall's List 5 188 

Arthur Keesee Overs. Titus, Syrus, Nun, 
Will 

Wm. Lightfoots Esta., John East 11 43 4320 

Over., Sam, Will, Lawrence, Peter, Scipio, 
Charles, Moll, Rose, Esther, Sarah 
Richd. & Jeremh. Keesee, Toney, Phillis 4 20 

Charles Keesee 1 

John Ward's List, William Cash over., 26 
Negroes John, Hannah, Ben, Adam, Jack, 
Dick, Tom, Mat, Tama[r], Lydia, John, 
Cleveland, Harry, Jack, Abraham, Jacob, 
Hana, Phillis, John Walling, Tom, Qua, 
Dennis, Dick, Nan, Judy 

~4 

John Nuchols 1 5 

List of Tithes for the Year 1770 Taken by John Dix Gent of 

Pittsylvania Cty 

land tithes scalps 
Moses Ayers, John Coth on 2 

Thomas Ayers, Negro Cuball 200 2 13 

Nathaniel Ayers 400 

William Barker 1 6 

Samuel Binum, Negroe Pegg 500 2 

William Bennett 1 

Edward Burgers 1 5 



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John Binum Jr. 400 

William Cornelius 

John Chipman, Willm. Chipman 

John Car gil 1 

Richard Collier Jr 

James Collie, William Collie 

George Carter, Negro Sarah 

Henry Dixon, Jesse Seutherland 57 

Negroe Tom & Sary 

James Dix, Negro Bauhus and Sam 200 

John Dix, Larkin Dix, Negroes Will, Joe, 
Ben, Taney, Jane, Lett 

Thomas Duncan 

George Dodson 

Daniel Everett, Negroes Isaac, Dinah 

Edmond Floyd, Benj . Haley 180 

Richard Fain 

Ambrose Gatewood, Dudley Gatewood 

Negroes Sharper & Lucy 

John Haskins 

John Howell 

John Hall, Joseph Hall 

Vallentine Hatcher, Negro Matt, Beck, Charles 

Moses Hauch 

John Jones 

James Jones 

Robert Lumkin 

Benj a . Lawles s 

John Lewis, Negroe Scipio, James, Cuffey, Fill, 
Peter, Juba, York, Bet, Bet, Gate, Gate, Jane, 
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Phillip Southerland 190 

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Jacob Stillwell 200 

William Tweedwell, George Tweedwell 200 

Benjamin Thresher, Negro Sukey 376 

Capt. William Thomas, Negroe 1001 

Arthur, Jamey, Sam, Jane, Suck 

William Wynne Jr., Sanders Southerland, 500 
Negroe Lacy 

Thomas Wj'-nne Junr., John Wright 400 

William Wynne Senr., Robert Worsham 480 

Negroe Prince, Peter, [],[], Gate 

Robert Wynne, Negroe Toney 

John Wynne, Negroe Gharles, Sue 

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E.E. John Dix 
19 Sep. 1770 



THE MATHEW STURDIVANT LINE 
Claiborne T. Smith, Jr. 
(continued from Vol. 6, p. 32) 

Henry Sturdivant son of the first Mathew lived all his life on Cabin Stick 
Branch, south of the Nottoway, where his father had originally settled. Henry 
and his wife Margaret, whose surname is unknown, had a large family. Only 
the birth of a son Thomas in 1740 appears in the A.P.R. Henry Sturdivant died 
3 May 1772 (A.P.R.) His will, dated 3 May 1772, was recorded in Sussex the 
following month. Sons William and Charles were appointed executors. 
Issue of Henry and Margaret Sturdivant: 

1. Mathew, moved to Pitt Co. NC 

2. John Sussex Co. Va. 

3. Charles Sussex Co. 

4. William moved to Northampton Co., NC 

5. Lucretia m. (1) Robert Parham and (2) Stith Parham 

6. Ann m. Frederick Freeman 

7. Thomas Sussex Co. 

8. James Sussex Co. 

Two of Henry's children married into the family of Mathew and Martha (Wynne) 
Parham of Sussex. William Sturdivant married Frances Parham the daughter of 
Mathew, and Lucretia Sturdivant married first Robert Parham who died in 1767 
leaving a posthumous son Robert, and then in 1770 Stith Parham, both being 
sons of Mathew Parham. Martha Wynne was the daughter of Robert Wynne and grand- 
daughter of Thomas Wynne, the first of his family to settle in what was later 
Sussex. According to the will of Col. John Stith probated 1694 in Charles 
City, his daughter Agnes married Thomas Wynne explaining the use of Stith 
as a given name in the Parham and Wynne families in Sussex. 

Ann daughter of Henry Sturdivant, married Frederick Freeman in Sussex. 
According to the A.P.R. they had James, b. 1768 who seems to have died young 
and Margaret, b. 1769. Ann died soon thereafter and by 1772, her husband had 
married a Martha Sturdivant who has not been identified, and had several children 
by her. Henry Sturdivant, in his 1772 will, devised to his granddaughter Margaret 
Freeman a slave and other personal property with the stipulation that if she 



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died before reaching the age of 21 or marriage the property should revert to 
his seven children living at the time of his death or their heirs. Margaret 
died and in 1792 her uncle John Sturdivant sold the slaves. The executors 
Charles and William Sturdivant appointed under Henry's will were both dead 
and John no doubt acted as the oldest surviving son. In 1798 the children 
of James Sturdivant sued William Winfield who had purchased the slave and the 
sons of their uncle John, who was by this time dead, claiming their deceased 
father had never received his one seventh share of the proceeds of the sale. 
Affidavits taken for the suit give information on the Henry Sturdivant family. 
Thomas Sturdivant, the sons of Charles Sturdivant, and Robert Parham, the only 
issue of Lucretia Sturdivant were present at the 1792 sale and assented thereto. 
Reference was made to other heirs in parts unknown. Mathew and William had 
moved to North Carolina years before and evidently their heirs had lost touch 
with their Sussex relatives by the time of the suit. It was stated that James 
Sturdivant had been in and out of Sussex about the time of the sale, knew about 
it, and made no objection. The inference is that he had moved out of the county. 

John Sturdivant, second son of Henry, married Eliza whose surname is unknown. 
They had five sons listed in the A.P.R.: William, b. 17A8; Henry, b. 1753; 
John, b. 1757; Thomas, b. 1766, and Joel, b. 1769. All were listed in the 1798 
suit except Joel. He had either died by that time or moved away. John Sturdivant 
Sr. may be the person of that name whose estate was listed in Sussex in 1796. 
Several of his sons may have moved into Dinwiddle County. The account book 
of a contemporary Dinwiddle physician. Dr. Robert Walker, now in the Virginia 
Hitorical Society, mentions the death of John Sturdivant, father of Henry Sturdivant 
in the 1790 decade and the death of Thomas, the brother of Henry in the same 
time span. The ages and relationships fit those in the A.P.R. for this particular 
group. 

Charles Sturdivant, the third son of Henry Sturdivant, married Ann Wynne, 
who is mentioned as daughter Ann Sturdivant in the 1760 Sussex will of her father 
Sloman Wynne. They had six children: Charles Williams, b. 1761; Robert, b. 
1763; Mathew, b. 1766; Lucy, b. 1768; Daniel, b. 1771, and Anthony, b. 1773 
(A.P.R. ). There is no record of Charles Sturdivant' s estate in Sussex but he 
was dead by 1782 when Ann appeared on the county tithable list with six white 
tithables and five black. Of the six children, Mathew and Robert were later 
referred to in their mother's will. Charles W. Sturdivant married Sally Wynne 



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in Sussex in 1797 while Anthony had earlier married in 1792 Martha Hall King, 
daughter of Sally King. Anthony appeared on the 1800 census for Northampton 
Co. N.C. and seems to have moved on. Ann Wynne Sturdivant survived her husband 
for many years. Her will, dated 7 Dec. 1811, was recorded in Sussex July 1812. 
After 1812, she deviseved her clothes to her grand daughters Susanna and Nany 
Ellis Sturdivant, daughters of her son Mathew, a cheat to her grandson Ruffin 
Sturdivant, and appointed her son Robert executor. 

Mathew Sturdivant, son of Charles, married Patsy Tomlinson in 1787 in Sussex 
County. He married secondly in 1795 Frances Tomlinson, possibly sister to his 
first wife. He was dead by 1802 when the guardian of his two daughters Susanna 
and Nancy went to court to divided Mathew' s land between the two girls and Frances, 
the widow. Susanna died young. She made her will 20 Dec. 1811, a few weeks 
after her grand-mother Ann wrote hers. After leaving certain items to her sister 
Nancy, she devised her land to her uncle William Whitfield and her aunt Elizabeth 
Whitfield for life and then to her cousins Littleberry and Thomas Whitfield. 
William Whitfield had married in 1782 Elizabeth Tomlinson, maternal aunt to 
Susanna. The will referred to was probated in Sussex in May 1812. 

Thomas, the fifth son of Henry Sturdivant, married ^nn, whose surname 
is unknown. Their children were: Henry, b. 1767; Benjamin, b. 1769; Ann, b. 
1772; and Rebecca, b. 1775. (A. P. R. ) Thomas Sturdivant was on the Sussex tithable 
list in 1782 with eight white tithables adn nine black. He was still alive 
in 1792. There is no further record of him or his family. 

James Sturdivant was the sixth son and youngest child of Henry and Margaret 
Sturdivant. He received no land in his father's 1772 will. He married Mary 

Rottenberry. She was the daughter of John Rottenberry whose Surry Co. Va. 
will was dated 1750 and his wife Susanna, the daughter of John Williamson. 
The births of two of the children of James and Mary appear in the A.P.R. 
John, b. 1763, and Jemima, b. 1765. They seem to have moved to Lunenburg 
County soon after. The inventory of James Sturdivant was filed there 21 Dec. 
1796. The nuncupative will of his widow Mary was dated Lunenburg Co. 26 
March, 1808 and recorded the following September. She mentioned five sons: 
Edward C, Henry W. , Herbert A., James, and John Sturdivant, and six daughters: 
Rachel Denton, Jemima Dunman, Elizabeth Ragsdale, Lucy Garland, Sarah Dicks, 
and Polly Sturdivant. The Lunenburg marriage bond of Lucy Sturdivant and 
David Garland was dated 24 March 1792 with a letter of consent from her father 



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James. As mentioned earlier, the children of James Sturdivant brought suit 

in Sussex in 1798 after his death, claiming their share in the estate of their 

first cousin Margaret Freeman under the provision in the 1772 Sussex will 

of their grandfather Henry Sturdivant. The names listed in the suit are identical 

with those in Mary Sturdivant" s will except Jemima was rendered Jeremiah. 

The suit papers do not give the married names of the daughters. Except for 

Lucy Garland, these many children are untracea. A Herbert Sturdivant appears 

in the 1840 census for Davidson Co. Tn. 

Mathew Sturdivant was the oldest son of Henry and Margaret Sturdivant. 
He was devised slaves in his father's will, most of which were already in his 
possession. When Henry died in 1772, Mathew was living in North Carolina. 
Before leaving sussex, he had married Tabitha, surname unknown. The births 
of two of their children, Edward, b. 1749 and Henry, b. 1750 appear in the A.P.R. 
In 1763 Mathew and Tabitha sold to Henry Sturdivant (relationship unspecified) 
the 170 acres in Sussex on the south side of the Nottoway on which they were 
then living. On 29 Aug. of the same year, as Mathew Sturdivant of Sussex Co. 
Va. he bought 700 acres in Pitt Co. N.C. from Nathan Johnston. This land was 
on the south side of the Tar River close to the present village of Falkland, 
near the Edgecombe County line. The records of Pitt and Edgecombe reveal a 
heavy migration from Sussex about this time. Mathew prospered in North Carolina 
and eventually owned over a thousand acres of land. With the coming of the 
Revolutionary War, he was appointed to the Pitt County Safety Committee on 1 
July 1775. He died sometime after 1778. The early wills of Pitt were destroyed 
by fire in 1857, but the immediate descendants of Mathew can be worked out from 
deeds which survived. Tabitha died about 1771 and Sturdivant married secondly, 
Sarah Hines, mentioned as daughter Sarah Sturdivant in the 1781 Edgecombe will 
of her father Richard Hines. The Hines family had moved from Sussex to the 
Town Creek section of Edgecombe County in 1768. Sarah was born in 1756 (A.P.R. ). 
Issue of Mathew Sturdivant by his first wife Tabitha: 

1. Edward died in Warren Co. N.C. circa 1792 

2. Henry died in Pitt Co. N.C. circa 1796 

3. Mathew died in Lincoln Co. Ga. 1803 

4. Mary married John Lockhart of Pitt. They moved to Lincoln Co. Ga. 

5. Margaret married Edward Williams of Pitt. 

Mathew Sturdivant had issue by his second wife Sarah Hines: 

6. Nancy married Archibald Adams 

7. Robert Sturdivant d.s.p. Pitt co. 1800. 



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Robert Sturdivant died intestate and unmarried. The 1800 division of his 
estate among his siblings and their heirs is the main source of information 
for the issue of Mathew Sturdivant of Pitt. 

Sarah Hines Sturdivant married secondly Melus Broome of Greene Co. N.C. 
but had no children by him. Her only surviving child, Nancy Sturdivant married 
Archibald Adams of Pitt and had one child, Sally Ann Adams (1822-1849) who married 
Dr. Lewis J. Dortch (1818-1854), a native of Nash Co. N.C. According to the 
1850 Edgecombe Co. N.C. census Sally and Lewis Dortch were the parents of three 
children: Sally, b. 1845, Isaac, b. 1847, and Mary, b. 1849. 

Edward Sturdivant, the oldest son of Mathew and Tabitha, was appointed 
a patroller in Pitt on 1 July 1775. At some point, he moved to Warren Co. 

N.C. where he died about 1792 leaving two sons Benjamin and Thomas M. Sturdivant. 

Edward possibly married into the Moody family. Thomas and Epps Moody were 

guardians of the two boys and the name Thomas M. is suggestive. Of the two 

sons of Edward, Benjamin married in 1804, Warren Co. M.B., Rebecca, the daughter 

of Benjamin Kimball. He last appeared on the Warren tax lists in 1811 and 

soon thereafter moved to Davidson Co. Tenn. In an 1824 Halifax Co. N.C. deed, 

Benjamin Kimball conveyed personal property to his grandchildren (not named), 

the heirs of his deceased daughter Rebecca Sturdivant who died in Tennessee 

"some years past." Thomas M. Sturdivant, the other son of Edward, married 

Courtney, the daughter of Jesse and Prudence Foreman of Pitt Co. N.C, setted 

in Chatham at the time of the 1840 census. 

Henry, the son of Mathew and Tabitha Sturdivant, was born in Sussex and 
died in Pitt Co. N.C. about 1796. He married Mary, the daughter of Simon Pope. 
They were the parents of a son Edward, and daughters Lucy, Sarah, and Nancy. 
Edward married first Mary whose surname is unknown. On her death, he married 
Argent Cannon of Pitt and had at least two sons Allen and Cannon Sturdivant. 

Mathew Sturdivant, son of Mathew and Tabitha, was living in Pitt Co. N.C. 
at the time of the 1790 census with a household including himself, a male under 
16, two females and four slaves. He last appeared in the county deeds in 1792 
and by 1800 was living in Lincoln Co. Ga. Mathew died there in 1803, leaving 
a son Edward and daughters Winifred and Lucy. He was survived by his widow 
who is not mentioned by name in the estate papers. His brother -in-law John 
Lockhart, who had joined him in migrating from Pitt County to Georgia, was 
administrator of Mathew Sturdivant 's estate and guardian of his youngest daughter 



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Lucy. The records of Lincoln County reveal that the son Edward began to call 
himself Edwin before he moved away. He was of the right age to have been the 
Edwin Sturdivant who was a captain in the Georgia militia in 1812-1813, and 
the Edwin who was married to Lucinda Hicks in Clark co. Ga. on 25 Feb. 1816. 
An Edwin Sturdivant is listed in Chatham Co. Ga. in the 1840 census. 

William Sturdivant was the fourth son of Henry and Margaret Sturdivant 
of Sussex Co. Va. He married Frances, the daughter of Mathew and Martha (Wynne). 
Parham Thomas in his Sussex will, dated 2 Sept. 1770 and recorded 21 May 1772, 
devised slaves to William Sturdivant and named him an executor. Shortly before 
his dpath, Sturdivant moved to Northampton Co. N.C. where his will, dated 9 
Dec. 1786 was probated Sept. 1790. Executors appointed were Henry Weaver of 
North Carolina and Robert Jones of Virginia. His wife Frances had died before 
him. Issue of William and Frances Sturdivant: 

1. Margaret, b. 1757 

2. Hannah, b. 1759, m. Mr. Stafford and d.s.p. Northampton 1793 

3. Robert, b. 1761 

4. James, b. 1767 

5. Frances, b. 1769, d.s.p. estate filed in Northampton 1795 

6. Elizabeth, b. 1771 

7. Priscilla, b. 1773, d.s.p. estate filed in Northampton 1795 

8. Peter, b. 1775 - d. 1839 in Northampton 

9. Mathew Parham, b. 1776. He does not appear in the A.P.R. 

There was also a daughter Martha, mentioned in the wills of both grandfathers 
in Sussex who seem to have died young. 

Peter Sturdivant, son of William, was defective in some way and had a guardian 
for all of his long life. He did not die untill 1839. On 3 June of that year 
John Brewer was granted administration on the estate in Northampton. Peter's 
inheritance from his father was well handled over the years and by 1826 had 
excited expectations from some of his heirs. Frances and Polly Sturdivant 
sold their interest in the Peter Sturdivant estate to Hamlin Avent and Nathaniel 
Tucker for $100. One Winfield Sturdivant, also of Greensville, sold his interest 
to the same two men for $50. 

After Peter's death in 1839, a suit was brought in Northampton Co. N.C. 
by Frances and Polly Sturdivant against John M. Moody and others. Among the 



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suit papers is a deposition made on 9 May 1842 before the Nelson Co. Va. court 

by Mathew P. Sturdivant. He was the youngest child of his parents and by 1842 

their only surviving issue. In the deposition, he listed his 8 siblings as 

given above. He said that his brothers Robert and James married and left children 

but he did not know the number or their names nor did he know where Robert 

and James died. Sturdivant went on to say in the deposition that Frances and 

Polly Sturdivant of Greensville Co. Va., were the daughter of his brother Robert. 

He stated that his sisters Hannah, Frances, and Priscilla died leaving no children 

and that his sisters Margaret and Elizabeth died leaving no legal issue. He 
stated that John M. Moody, one of the defendents in the Northampton suit came 

to him in Nelson county in the fall of 1841 and tried to buy his share of Peter's 

estate but no bargain was reached. It will be noted that Winfield Sturdivant 

of Greensville Co. Va. who conveyed his share in 1826, is not identified in 

the 1842 deposition. When Mathew P. Sturdivat made the deposition he gave 

his age of 67 or thereabouts. 

Henry and Randall Sturdivant of Warren Co. N.C. 

On 16 Feb. 1775, Travis Rees sold to Henry Sturdivant of Mecklenburg Co. 
Va. 300 acres on both sides Hawtree Creek in Bute County. This land fell into 
Warren when that county was formed from northern Bute in 1779. Hawtree Creek 
flows north into the Roanoke at the Virginia border. On 4 Feb. 1778 Henry sold 
100 acres of the Gawtree land to Randall Sturdivant. Later in the same year 
he made a deed of gift of slaves to his "brother" Randall. On 20 Aug. 1777 
a Mathew Sturdivant sold to Henry Sturdivant in Bute his household goods ad 
negroes. This is probably the same Mathew who appeared on the 1786 Warren census 
with a wife and no children. In the same year, he witnessed a deed to Randall 
Sturdivant, signing with and "x". There is no further reference to Mathew 
in the Warren records. It is possible he was brother to Randall and Henry. 
There is no trace of these three men in the records of Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, 
or Brunswick prior to their removal to North Carolina. They would seem to be 
descendants of Mathew Sturdivant who died 1728 in Surry County. It is possible 
their father was a son of Henry of Sussex (d. 1772), who had gotten a settlement, 
moved away years before, and had died by the time of his father's will. Another 
possibility is that the brothers descend from the second Mathew Sturdivant of 
Surry who moved to Prince George County and whose issue is unknown. The name 
Randall or Randolph might be the family name of the mother of Henry and Randall 
Sturdivant of Warren. A contemporary Randall family lived in sussex. 

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Henry Sturdivant remained a small land owner in Warren the rest of his 
life. Sally, the wife of Henry Sturdivant, was the daughter of James Harris 

and his wife Temperance Williams of the Scotland Neck section of Halifax Co. 

N.C. She appears in the 1783 Halifax will of her mother and is further identified 

in deeds concerning her share in the estate of her brother James. Henry had 

died by Nov. 1797 when Oliver Fitts was administrator of his estate. Fitts 

was also appointed guardian of Henry's minor orphans: Sally, Henry, Drucilla, 

Anderson, William, and Elizabeth. Oliver was the son of Henry and Susanna 

Fitts of Dinwiddie Co. Va. who settled in Granville Co. N.C. According to 

the Fi tts or Fitz Family in America , (1897) by James Harris Fitts, Susanna 

was a Sturdivant, though her parentage is not given. It seems probable that 

she is the one of that name whose birthdate appears in the A.P.R. in 1746, 

the daughter of Mathew Sturdivant and his wife Sarah Oliver and hence named 

her son for her mothers family. (See this magazine Vol. VI, No.l, p. 25). 

The Fitts genealogy lists Sally Harris as the wife of Oliver Fitts but does 

not list her parents or her first marriage to Henry Sturdivant. 

From Warren Co. deeds, it appears that there were also two daughters 
Patsy and Polly, who were of age at the time of their father's death. On 20 
Jan. 1802 Patsy Sturdivant sold the 11 acres which represented her share in 
her father's estate. On 11 Aug. 1804 William Ballard conveyed to Polly Stark 
Sturdivant for love and affection the land he then lived on, reserving a life 
interest for himself and his wife Patsy. It is possible these two daughters 
were by a prior marriage of Henry Sturdivant and in some way related to William 
Ballard. It is of interest that Oliver and Sally Fitts sold land in 1803 
in Halifax County to John Sturdivant, a distant connection of Henry. It is of 

interest that Oliver and Sally Fitts sold land in 1803 in Halifax County to John 
Sturdivant, a distant connection of Henry. 

Of the three sons of Henry and Sally Sturdivant, William sold his inheritance 
and his interest in his mother's dower to his father's administrator Oliver 
Fitts in 1806 and his brother Henry did the same in 1808. They thereafter disappeared 
from the local records and probably moved to Tennessee. The Warren County 
marriage bond of Anderson Sturdivant to Parthenia Riggan was dated 17 Nov. 
1821. He appeared in the 1830 Tennessee Census in Montgomery Co. and in 1850 
he and Parthenia were in the census for Henry co. Tenn. , both giving their 
ages as 65. The name Anderson in the family of Henry and Sally Sturdivant 
is of interest and calls to mind John Anderson Sturdivant (d. 1777) of Sussex 



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and his son Anderson (d. 1815) of Halifax Co. N.C., and suggests that Henry 
of Warren (d. 1797), was of the line of the first Mathew (d. 1728). Of the 
daughters of Henry and Sally of Warren, Polly, Sally of Warren, Polly, Sally, 
and Patsy are untraced. The Warren Co. marriage bond of Drucilla Sturdivant 
and Hutson Parish was dated on 22 April 1799. On 20 Sept. 1824, William Morrie 
for himself and for Ransom and Henry Morrie of Tennessee sold 60 acres in Warren 
to Anderson Sturdivant, their uncle, then in the possession of Mrs. Betsy Morrie, 
late wife of Jeremiah Morrie, deed. 

Randall Sturdivant married before moving to North Carolina, Dicy Rainey. 
Their Mecklenburg M.B. was dated 27 May 1776. He appeared on the 1786 tax 
lists in Warren Co. N.C. with four females and four blacks. At the time of 
the 1790 census his family group listed a son under 16 and five females. Both 
Randall Sturdivant Sr. and Jr. bought at the estate sale of Henry in 1797 in 
Warren and would seem to contradict the tax and census data. It is assumed 
Randall Sr., marrying for the second time, is the one whose Mecklenburg Co. 
Va. marriage bond to Mourning, the daughter of Joseph Lambert, is dated 5 Jan. 
1797. Randall sold all his North Carolina property on 11 June 1799 and returned 
to Mecklenburg. The will of Joseph Lambert of Mecklenburg Co. Va., dated 26 
Nov. 1799 and probated April Court 1803, mentioned among other children, daughter 
Mourning Sturdivant. On 23 Sept. 1807 Randolph and Mourning Sturdivant sold 
95 acres in Mecklenburg County to Smith Rainey. This seems to have been Mourning's 
share of her father's estate. Randall disappeared from the Virginia records 
after this sale. He is likely the person of the name who appeared on the U.S. 
census for Randolph 6o. N.C. in 1810. By 1816, he had moved on to Jackson Co. 
Tn. where his will, dated 16 Nov. 1816, was probated May Court 1818. He left 
his estate to his wife Mourning for her widowhood and then to receive one third 
of his estate and the remaining two thirds to be divided among the children. 
There is a suggestion in the wording of the will that the children were by his 
first wife. Dicey Rainey. A copy of this will was later filed in Tuscaloosa 
Co. Ala., probably because either the widow or one of the children had moved 
there. 

TO BE CONCLUDED 



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CHARLOTTE COUNTY WILL BOOK I 
(continued from Vol. VI, p. 45) 



P. 384 Inv. of est. of John Roberts 

Appr. John Lee, Nelson Calvert, Robt. Breedlove 

negro girl Juner is claimed as the right & property of John 

Haley dec. oy Menry Hailey Ex. 

d. 16 Aug. 1784. R. 4 Sept. 1786.. 

P. 384a Inv. of the est. of Elizabeth Allen 

Appr. Richard Gaines, John Rice, CI. Barksdale 
d. 2 Sept. 1786. R. 4 Sept. 1786. 

P. 384a Inv. of est. of John Haley Sen. 

Appr. John Lee, John Pettus, Rob. Breedlove 
d. 20 April 1782. R. 4 Sept. 1786. 

P. 385 Will of Michal Harra 

wife Isabella; Mary Parsons; Martha Parsons; Margaret 
Parsons daus . of William Parsons; William & Major Parsons 
sons of William Parsons; Exs.: wife Isabella Hara, James 
Garrott, Henry Maddison; wit. Henry Madison, James Garrett, 
Martha Madison 
d. 5 March 1786. R. 4 Sept. 1786. 

P. 385a Will of Thomas Rodgers 

land on Saludy River South Carolina; mentions wife; son 

Andrew; Ex. 3 eldest sons then living; wit. Tho. Rodgers, 

Samuel Rogers, James Moore, John Rodgers, Benja. Rodgers, 

James Rodgers, Abraham Eccles, Nathl. Rodgers, Jno . Robertson, 

Andrew Rodgers 

will presented by Thomas Rodgers one of the sons of said 

dec . & ex . 

d. 25 June 1785. R. 4 Sept. 1786, 

P. 386 Non cupative will of Elizabeth Allen; at the house of Culbrith 
Williamson 20 April 1786 heard Elizabeth Allen say she 
wanted her possessions divided between Culbrith Williamson, 
Mary Price, Susanah Williamson 
signed: Martha Madison, Mary Pettus. 
d. 2 Oct. 1786. R. 2 Oct. 1786. 

P. 386 Will of William Dudgeon 

mentions wife; sons: John, William, Alexander; dau. Ann 

Exs: wife and son Alexander 

wit. Benjamin Rogers, Abraham Sublett, William Rice 

d. 11 Feb. 1786. R. 4 Dec. 1786. 

P. 386a Will of George Gwin 

wife Lydia; Thomas Jones Givin son of my bro. David Givin; 



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Exs , wife Lydia, Paul Carrington, Paul Carrington Jun., Little 

Joe Morton 

wit. Stephen Farmer, James Inge, William Hames, Alee Inge, 

Jemima Hames 

d. 15 April 1786. R. 4 Dec. 1786. 

P. 387a Will of Mary Read 

dau. Anne Jameson; grand, dau. Mary Jameson; great grand 
dau. Mary Read Cameron the dau. of Anne Owen Cameron; son 
Jonathan Read; son Thomas Read; son Edmund Read; my son 
Thomas Read to pay to his aunt Anne Read widow of James Read 
an annual sum of 5fc; Exs. sons: Thomas, Edmund, Jonathan, 
wit. Claiborne Watkins 
d. 26 April 1783. R. 4 Dec. 1786. R. 1 Jan. 1787. 

P. 388 Will of Joseph Oliver 

sons: Edward, Joseph, William, John, Thomas Oliver; Exs. 
sons John, Edward, Joseph, and Thomas Lorton 
wit. John Ward, James Penticost, W. Hubard 
d. 13 May 1786. R. 1 Jan. 1787. 

P. 388a Act. Current of the est. of Thomas Roberts to William Rawlins 
adm. to boarding 2 children 3 months signed: Langston Bacon, 
James Watkins, Mack. Goode 
d. 6 Nov. 1786. R. 1 January 1787. 

P. 389a Inv. of est. of George Givin; slaves divised to Lydia Givin; 
appr. Stephen Farmer, John Bazly, James Inge 
d. 20 Dec. 1786. R. 1 Jan. 1787. 

P. 390 Will of George Lawson 

wife mentioned; sons: Joshua, Nathan, George, John, Benjamin, 

Zachariah; daus: Elizabeth, Sarah 

Exs. William £i Little Joe Morton, wit. Richard Crews, Agnes 

Lawson, Sarah Lundumane 

d. 12 Sept. 1786. R. 1 Jan. 1787. 

James Lawson granted letters of adm. of the est. of George 

Lawson dec de bonus non R. 6 Nov. 1826. 

P. 390b Inv. of the est. of Joseph Oliver 

appr: Thomas Lorton, Henry Banes Sen., Richd. Gaines 
d. 3 Jan. 1787. R. 5 Feb. 1787. 

P. 390 Inv, of est. of Peter Burrow 

appr. Francis Banes, John Bibb, Edward Moseley 
d. 27 Sept. 1786. R. 5 Feb. 1787. 

P. 391 Inv. of est. of Mary Read Sen. 

appr. Dabney Pettus, Joel Townes, Burwell Brown. 
d. 22 Dec. 1786. R. 5 Feb. 1787. 

P. 393 Inv. of the est. of George Lawson 



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appr. Richard Lipscombe, Richard Crews, William Crews 
d. 28 January 1787. R. 7 May 1787. 

P. 393 Account Sales of Est. of William Watkins dec. sold by James 
Watkins & John Watkins ex. 
d. 15 Dec. 1784. R. 4 June 1787. 



393 Further Inv. of the 
Henry Haley adm. 
R. 2 July 1787. 



est. of John Roberts dec. 



P. 393a Account Current of the est. of John Fuqua to be settled by 
William Morton, Little Joe Morton, and Thomas Lorton. 
R. 4 June 1787. 

Act. Current of the est. of John Fuqua with Joseph Fuqua 
adm., reference to settlement taken for the hire of slaves 
then sued for by John Bate's heirs 
subscribers: William Morton, Joe Morton 
d. 19 July 1787. R. 3 Sept. 1787. 



P. 394 Division of the est. of Major Weatherford dec. 
To Extra. Legacy left Martha Weatherford, 20. 



to ditto Drusilla 

To William Weatherford Legacy 

To John Weatherford ditto 

To Major Weatherford ditto 

To Richard Weatherford ditto 

To Elizabeth Weatherford 1/3 share 

To Susanna Parsons ditto 

To Mary Weatherford 

To Aggy Harper 

To Lucy Weatherford 

To Martha Weatherford 

To Drusilla Weatherford 



Weatherford 
2 7.4.1% 
27.4.1% 
27.4.1% 
27.4.1% 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 



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subscribers : 
d. 1787. R. 



Samuel White, 
3 Sept. 1787. 



ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

ditto 

fc 362.14.9 3/4 
Francis Scott, CI. Barksdale 



P. 3 94a Inv. of the est. of Michael Harra 

Appr. Andrew Wallace, Bernard Todd, William White 
d. 26 Oct. 1786. R. 3 Sept. 1787. 

P. 395 Act. Current of est. of Sion Spencer with John Spencer Ex. 
subscribers: Jac. Morton, Phil King, James Venable 
d. 3 Jan. 1787. R. 3 Sept. 1787. 

P. 395a Act. Current of the est. Sion Spencer with Thomas Spencer ex, 
to cash paid Ulisias Rogers for teaching 3 scholars one 
quarter of a year; to cash paid Quin Morton for [?] Julia 
& Polly Spencer at dancing school; to cash paid William 
Rawlins for boarding Tho. H. Spencer 5 months at Williams 
School fc5 
subscribers: Jac. Morton, Phil King, James Venable 



1 



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d. 3 January 1787. R, 3 Sept. 1787. 



P. 401 



P. 402 



P. 403 



P. 404 



Division of land of George Lawson dec. 

First lot to Nathan Lawson 

Second lot to Jane Lawson the widow 

Third lot to George Lawson 

Fourth lot to Zachariah Lawson 

Fifth lot to John Lawson 

Sixth lot to Benjamin Lawson 

subscribers: William Morton, L. Joe Morton, Jno . Daniel. 

d. 5 Sept. 1787. R. 1 Oct. 1787. 




Est. of Daniel Cargill in account with Thomas Hord. 
support of Jane, Lucy, Cornelius, Daniel Cargills orphans 
of the dec . 

Boarding Sally Cargill; paid for Jean Cargills coffin 
subscribers: Edward Moseley, Thomas Haskins, Langston Bacon 
d. 25 Sept. 1787. R. 3 Dec. 1787. 



P. 405 Warren Co. North Carolina 

Division of 6 slaves of Metcalf Dickerson deed, between 

John Fann & the orphans of Tarpley Dickerson with Jean Dickerson 

guardian & relict of Tarpley Dickerson 

subscribers: Richard Ellis, Lud. Worsham, Hardwick Walker 

d. 10 January 1787. R. Feb. 1787. 

Recorded in Charlotte Co. 3 Dec. 1787. 

P. 405a Act. Current of the est. of Isaac Read with Thomas Read 
one of the exr s . 

commissioners: Wm . Morton, L. Joe Morton, Francis Scott 
d. 5 Feb. 1788. R. 7 April 1788. 

P. 406 Will of Richard Hays 

wife Mary Anne; children: George Hays, Mary Anne Hays, 
and Samuel Smith Hays; Exs . : George Smith, Richard Hays, 



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James Hays, Samuel White, Mary Ann Hays 

wit. Matthew White, Elizabeth White, Martha White 

d. 25 Nov. 1787. R. 7 July 1788. 

P. 406a Inv. of the est. of Richard Hays taken by Richard Hays Sen ., 
Samuel White, Mary Anne Hays, James Hayes Exrs. 
d. 7 July 1788. R. 7 July 1788. 

P. 407 Ac*". Current of the est. of Isaac Read with John Coleman 
Exr.; subscribers: Francis Scott, Wm . Morton, Little Joe 
Morton 
d. 6 May 1788. R. 1 Sept. 1788. 

P. 407a V'ill of Dabney Pettus 

wife Elizabeth; daus : Judy, Anna, Mary Tinley, Rebecca 

Snead, Elizabeth Gates; son John of Fluvanna Co; son 

Stephen of Prince Edward Co.; son Charles land in Halifax 

Co.; Exrs. sons John, Stephen, Charles 

wit. Thomas Read, John Nash Read, Chilion Palmer, Richard 

Dabbs 

d. 1 March 1788. R. 1 Sept. 1788. 

P. 408a Will of Charles Hunt 

wife Tabitha; children: James, Mary Ann, Sarah, Elizabeth, 

and Nancy 

wit. John Hoggatt, Joseph Hunt 

d. 15 Oct.- 1785. R. 1 Sept. 1788. 

P. 409 Will of William Russell 

land divided between Thomas Russell & John RussellJ Nancy 
Russell, Thomas Russell, John Russell, Peggy R [ ]; 
Joseph Russell, Edward Russell; wife Anne. 
W.11 presented in court by Anne Russell relict of William 
Russell, William Russell Son of Edward, Jacob Morton 
d. 3 April 1788. R. 1 Sept. 1788. 

P. 409 Inv. of William Russell dec. 

appr. Jacob Morton, Quin Morton, Samuel T. Spencer 
d. 25 Oct. 1788. R. 1 Dec. 1788. 

409a Act Current of the est. of John Roberts with Henry Haley 
adm . 

subscribers: Mack Goode, Langston Bacon, William Rawlins 
R. 1 Dec. 1788. 

P. 410a Inv. of the est. of Conrod Mercer Smith 
appr. Joseph Fuqua, Seth Ward 
R. 5 January 1789. 

P. 411 Inv. of the est. of John Chaffin 

appr. Thomas Collier, Jno. Collier, Thos. Williams 
d. 11 June 1779. R. 6 April 1789. 



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p. 411a Division of the est. of John Clarke Sen. 

Thomas Clark, wife Ann Clarke; Francis Clarke, John 
Clarke, Edward Clarke, Elijah Clarke; to Sarah Porter 
late Sarah Clarke; Nancy Clarke, Paulett Clarke 
d. 28 Sept. 1786. R. 6 April 1789. 

P. 412a Will of Frederick Flood, Virginia Regular soldier 

bro. Sawney; uncle William Flood; Ex. William Flood 
wit. Leond. Keeling, William Wilkinson, Elis^^ Gallimore 
d. 18 Sept. 1780. R. 6 April 1789. 

P. 412a Further Division of the est. of William Russell dec. 
2/3 remainder of est. to the deceased's 8 children: 
Edward, Joseph, James, Mary, John, Thomas, Nancy, Peggy, 
and to John Russell the representative of his deceased 
son William Russell Jun. 

subscribers: Tho. Spencer Jr., Quin Morton, Thomas Read 
d. 19 Dec. 1788. R. 7 April 1789. 

P. 413a Act. Current of the est. of William Jameson with Thomas 
Read one of the Exrs . , cash to Mrs. Jameson by Son Clem, 
subscribers: Tho. Spencer Jr., Joe Morton, Quin Morton, 
Philys King 
d. 11 Feb. 1789. R. 7 April 1789. 

P. 416 Act. Current of the est. of Clement Read with Thomas 
Read one of the exrs. 

subscribers: Thomas Spencer Jr., Jac. Morton, Quinn Morton, 
Philip King 
d. 11 Feb. 1789. R. 7 April 1789. 

P. 418 Will of Isabell Har a 

grand dau. Martha dau. of William Parsons; grand dau. 

Margeret dau. of William Parsons; grand son : Major 

Parsons son of William Parsons; Mary Weatherford. 

other grandchildren: William Parsons, Mary Parsons, children 

of William Parsons 

Exrs. William Marshall, Henry Madison 

wit. Ressell Brown, Mary Weatherford, Martha Madison 

d. 27 April 1789. R. 1 June 1789. 

P. 418a Will of George Foster 

sons William, Josiah; dau. Dabbs wife of Richard Dabbs; 
grandson John Foster son of George; dau. Elizabeth 
Exrs. sons Josiah Foster & William, and my son-in-law 
Richard Dabbs 

wit. Robert Henry, Wm . Haney, John Haney, Thomas Haney 
d. 17 Feb. 1789. R. 1 June 1789. 



P. 419 Inv. of the est. of Francis Roberts 
appr. Matt Brent, Thos. Chaffin, Wm . 
d. 16 April 1789. R. 1 June 1789. 



Thweatt 



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p. 419a Inv. of the est. of Dabney Pettus 

appr: William Britton, John Cobbs, Thos. Clark 
d. k Oct. 1788. R. 1 June 1789. 

P. 420a The est. of Conrod Mercer Smith dec. in Account with 
John Ward Ex. 

subscribers: Thomas Lorton, Will Kernohan at the plantation 
of John Smith 
d. 21 May 17S9. R. 1 June 1789. 

P. 421 Division of the est. of William Jameson deed. 

Mary Jameson dau. of the deceased married last summer 

William Elliott. Richard Elliott and Anne his wife late 

the widow and exeutrix of Jameson, Thomas Read, and 

Edmund Read 

Executors made the following distribution: To Richard 

Eliott Sc Ann his wife her third of the slaves; To Mary 

Elliott the Eldest Dau.j To Clement Jameson the Eldest 

son; To Peggy Jameson the Second dau.; To Edmund Jameson 

Second Son & youngest child 

d. 10 Nov. 1788. R. 1 June 1789. 

P. 422 Account of John Coleman with the est. of Isaac Read dec. 

that a charge of ii202.10- paid to Col. Thomas Read 

in two pension Warrants 

subscribers: William Morton, Francis Scott, L. Joe Morton 

d. 6 Sept. 1785, Aug. 3, 1789. R. 5 Oct. 1789. 

P. 422a The est. of John Johns to William Penticost 
subscribers; Samuel White, Joel Watkins 
d. 3 Aug. 1789. R. 5 Oct. 1789. 

P. 422a Will of David May 

sons: James, Daniel; wife: Mary 

Exrs.: William Kernahan, John Ward, Edmond May 
wit. John Maxey, Ward Hudson, Abner Totty. 
d. 26 April 1789. R. 7 Dec. 1789. 

P. 423 Inv. of the est. of George Foster Sen. dec. 

Appr. Tho. Spencer, Jac. Morton, Tho. Spencer Jr., Thomas 

Read 

Inv. of Articles Divided to Josiah Foster [?] William 

Foster 

d. 17 June 1789. R. 7 Dec. 1789. 

P. 424a Account of Sion Spencers Estate with Thomas Spencer Exr. 
subscribers: Jac. Morton, James Venable, Philip King 
d. 5 Dec. 1789. R. 7 Dec. 1789. 

P. 424a Inv. of slaves & personal est. of William Beasly. Nancy 

Beasley Admx. appr.: Wm . Morton, Little Joe Morton, Richard 

G . Lips combe 

d. 10 Oct. 1789. R. 7 Dec. 1789. 



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p. 424a Inv. of est. of Isabella Hara 

Appr. Russell Brown, Thomas Harvey, Cutbh. Williamson 
d. 11 July 1789. R. 4 Jan. 1790. 

P. 425 Will of John Wood Sen. 

wife Mary; sons: Caldwell, John, Erwin; daus.: Margeret 
Barnes, Susanah Cuninghame; Exrs . sons John and Caldwell; 
wit. Stephen McCraws, Josiah Franklin, Peter Franklin 
d. 18 Aug. 1787. R. 1 Feb. 1790. 

P. 425a Will of Samuel Fuqua 

wife: Hannah; daus.: Anne, Tabitha, Catherine Hanty, 

Francis; son Samuel; Exrs. wife Hannah, Thomas Mackey, 

Joel Watkins, William Morton, Joseph Morton 

wit. W. Hubbard, Thomas Mackey, Cornelious Coyle 

d. 21 Aug. 1789. R. 4 Jan. 1790. 

P. 426a Will of Elizabeth Comer 

dau. Nancy, late husband Samuel Comer dec.; ex. Jacob 
Morton; wit. Josiah Legrand, George Cardwell 
d. 7 Oct. 1789. R. 1 Feb. 1790. 

P. 426a Inv. of the est. of George Redmand dec. of which Paul 
Carrington is Adm. 

appr. Thomas Williams, Tho. Liggon, James Mullings 
d. 9 Jan. 1790. R. 1 Feb. 1790. 

P. 427a The Estate of John Chaffin deed, to Joshua Chaffin Sen. 
subscribers: T. Bedford, Wm . Thweatt, Rob. Bedford 
d. 21 Jan. 1790. R. 1 Feb. 1790. 

P. 428 Nuncupative Will of William Womack d. 30 Jan. 1790 
Elizabeth Jackson wife of Simon Jackson 

signed: Henry Eanes, Martha Eanes, Alexander Farguson 
wit. Thomas Lorton, Burwell Brown, Henry Barnes, James 
Dudgeons 
d. 30 Jan. 1790. R. 5 April 1790. 

P. 428a Inv. of the est. of Israel Ammonet dec. 

appr. Claiborne Barksdale, Richard Gaines, John Thomas 

Sen. 

d. 11 Feb. 1790. R. 5 April 1790. 

P. 429 Inv. of the est. of William Womack 

Appr. Thomas Oliver, Robert Rakestraw, John Fuqua 
d. 2 March 1790. R. 5 April 1790. 

P. 429a Appraisal of the est. of John Wood dec. 

Appr. John Phelps, Thomas Oliver, William Overstreet 
d. 3 April 1790. R. 5 April 1790. 

TO BE CONCLUDED 
95 



QUERIES 

MOORE/CHAPPELL/AVERY. Isabel Lockard (32 Jamestown Rd, Charleston, 
SC 29407-7526) Joseph MOORE (wd 31 Aug. 1819, wp 6 Feb. 1823 Sussex 
Co.) married Peggy CHAPPELL 17 Nov. 1820 (bond). Sec Wit Wm . CHAPPELL. 
Anne MOORE, sister of Joseph, was wife of John AVERY. Who were 
their parents? Would like information re all of these people. Will 
exchange. 

HARPE^7 THFr.AIT. C.T.Smith, Jr. M.D. (Ill North 49th St., 
Philadelphia, P.- 19139) William . Harper of Dinwiddie Co. VA died 
there circa 1785. According to the tax lists he had four sons: 
William Jr., John Peterson, Benjamin, and James Thweatt Harper. 
Did he marry a daughter of James Thweatt and wife Ann Peterson of 
Dinwiddie, and if so what was her name? The children of James Thweatt, 
d. 1760 are uncertain due to the destruction of the early Dinwiddie 
records but he is known to have had three daughters: Agnes m. Thomas 
Hardaway, Frances m. Arthur Harrison, and Elizabeth m. James Stanton 
and moved to N.C. The tax lists also suggest that James Thweatt 
Harper died about 1797 leaving at least W.H.T. Harper and Dr. Peterson 
W. Harper. The last named moved to Hancock Co. GA where so many 
of the Thweatt-Peter son connection had settled, and died there in 
1854. Any information would be appreciated. 

CALDWELL. Gwen Caldwell Quicket ( P.O. Box 806, Lake Jackson, 
TX 77566) needs information on John CALDWELL son of JOhn and Margaret 
Phillips Caldwell. Was he married more than once -- who to? What 
were his childrens' names and birth, death, places? Did he die 
in Virginia? Is this the same John Caldwell, Sr. that was in Halifax 
Co. in 1752 and had sons David, Allen and John, Jr.; also daughter 
Sarah? 

LAURENCE. Felix Earle Luck (8 St. John's Ave., P.O.Box 
506, Mt. Tabor, NJ 07878) needs Nansemond Co., VA Laurence 
information. John Laurence "far advanced in age" left a 1796 
Nancemond (found in Southampton) Co. will. The parish vestry 
book lists two proce s s ioners of that name: John, son of George, 
in 1747; John, son of Michael, in 1755. Was the 1796 John 
Laurence one of these? 

WILLIAMS/LEWIS. Franceine Rees (116 S. Harding St., Greenville, 
NC 27834) seeks whereabouts of Bible records for the family 
of Nicholas Williams (1687-1749) and wife Anne Lewis (1684- 
1760) of Isle of Wight Co. Records of this couple and their 
children are cited in J.B.Boddie's Histor ical Southe r n Familie s , 
VI: 218, said to have been furnished by Mrs. James P. Lindsay 
of Richmond. 

BRANCH. Peg Britton (Ellswo rth Kansas 67439-0128) seeks 
birth and marriage dates for Daniel Branch and his wife, Jemima 
BRITTON Branch, (dau. of William Britton, Sr. who died 1770 
Chesterfield Co. VA . 

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Number 3 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 97 

BOOK I^VIEWS 98 

SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, John Simmons No. 

Souls, 1775 or 6 99 

600DE FAMILY BIBLE 100 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY WILL BOOK 1 101 

NANSEMOND COUNTY INSOLVENTS 103 

THE STURDIVANT LINE 105 

HERTFORD COUNTY, NC MARRIAGE BOND 107 

GREENSVILLE COUNTY DELINQUENT MILITIA FINES, 1819 108 

A LIST OF TITHABLE PERSONS TAKEN BY MIC. HOLLEMAN IN 

THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON AND PARISH OF NOTTOWAY, 1778 108 

SUSSEX COUNTY PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS, 1782 114 

SURRY COUNTY INSOLVENT MILITIA FINES 116 

A WINFREE FAMILY CHANCERY PROCEEDINGS, 1796, 

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY 117 

LUNENBURG COUNTY DEED BOOK 1, 1746-1751 120 

SUSSEX COUNTY ORPHANS ' DOCKETS 124 

QUERIES 143 



Lyndon H. Hart, J. Christian Kolbe, Editors 
Graphics by Bobby Sheppard 
Copyright 1988 



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BOOK REVIEWS 

THE SOUTHERN VIRGINIA BLUNTS , by Henry W. Lewis & Lyndon H. Hart. 
211 pages, soft cover, full name index. This work covers the 
numerous descendants of Richard Blunt (d. 1658 Surry County). His 
progeny populated much of the lower Tidewater and Southside Virginia 
in the 17th and 18th centuries and many migrated to the South and 
old Southwest in the 19th century. Among the surnames borne by his 
descendants: Boiling, Claiborne, Edwards, Edmunds, Goodwyn, Hicks, 
Irby, Jones, Lewis, Mason, Parham, Parker, Rives, Turner, Watkins. 
To order: The Borderer Press, P.O. Box 2551, Chapel Hill, NC 27515- 
1551. $30.00 postage paid. NC residents add 5% sales tax. A limited 
quantity of this private printing remains. 

MORGAN DISTRICT NORTH CAROLINA SUPERIOR COURT OF LAM 8 EQUITY. 
BOOK 1. Estate Records. 1779-1806. by Weynette Parks Haun. 162 
pages, soft cover, full name index. This work covers much of 
western North Carolina and includes counties which have lost their 
local records. It is a complete transcription of the records and 
is an excellent tool for researchers in the western part of North 
Carolina. To order: Weynette Parks Haun, 243 Argonne Dr., Durham,; 
N. C. 27704, $20.00 postpaid bookrate, NC residents & libraries 
(unless exempt ) add 5% sales tax. 

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T-1. 1779-1794. Vol.4, by Weynette Parks Haun. 165 pages, soft 
cover, full name index. This book contains a number of land grants 
as well as deeds for a county that was a destination and/or stopping 
point for a number of Southside Virginians. The abstracts are very 
complete, giving the adjoining landowners as well as the metes and 
bounds. This is an exceptionally useful book for determining 
property holdings and tracing families by land ownership. To 
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ABSTRACTS FROM THE NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL HALIFAX. NORTH 
CAROLINA. 1792-1794. Vol.1 by Rajonond Parker Fouts. 160 pages, soft 
cover, full name index. This is an excellent abstract of 
advertisements, vital records, and court cases that appear in this 
important eastern Carolina newspaper. Halifax County was a major 
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TWELVE CHILDREN, by Melvin W. Little. This work traces the family 
of Henry Rice of Hanover County, Virginia to Tennessee. The 
following other surnames are also mentioned: Bailey, Brim, Miller, 
Morrow, Spence, Smith, Tuttle, Watson, and Wilson. To order: 
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SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, JOHN SIMMONS 
No. Souls 1775 or 6 
by L. H. Hart 



The Following is an abstract of a fragment dockected as in the 
title. It was located in the Southampton County Court Papers 1796. 





WHITES 






BLACKS 








Males 


Males 


Fe 


Males 


Males 


Fe 




ab 


ove 16 


under 


males 


above 16 


under 


males 


Moses 
















Foster 




2 


- 


1 


2 


- 


2 


Benja. 
















Butts 




1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


6 


Charles 
















Webb 




1 


- 


2 


2 


- 


5 


Thomas 
















Gilliam 


Jr. 


1 


1 


2 


- 


1 


4 


Thos. 
















Gilliam 


Sen. 


2 


- 


3 


3 


2 


6 


Arthur 
















Gilliam 




1 


2 


3 


1 


3 


6 


Moses 
















Haisty 




1 


3 


3 


— 


— 


— 


Saml. B. 
















Collins 




1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Joseph 
















Markes 




1 


3 


2 


— 


2 


1 


Howel 
















Harriss 




2 


3 


1 


3 


5 


9 


Mical 
















Warren 




2 


1 


2 


2 


1 


5 


Richd. 
















Markes 




1 


7 


1 


— 


— 


2 


Izral 
















Markes 




3 


2 


4 


— 


— 


— 


James 
















Battle 




2 


2 


4 


2 


2 


4 


Joshua 
















Fort 




1 


4 


4 


2 


6 


8 



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Thos. 
Holt 

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Barham 



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Barham 



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CONCLUDED 



GOODE FAMILY BIBLE 



by L. H. Hart 



A transcript of the original was found in the George Brown 
Goode Papers (Ace. 24813) at the Archives Branch, Virginia State 
Library and Archives. This item was transcribed and is published 
with the permission of the Virginia State Library and Archives. 

William Goode and Sarah James were married on 17 of Sept. 1789. 



James Jefferson Goode, son of William & Sarah born 29 of Oct. 1790 



William Bennet Goode son of " 
Elizabeth Caroline Goode daughter of 
Sidner Moore Goode son of " 
Sarah Ann Goode daughter of " 
Rebecca Singleton Goode daughter of 
Martha Jefferson Goode daughter of 
Elavil las Turpin Goode son of " 



30 of Jan. 1793 

15 Nov. 1794 

26 Jan. 1797 

27 Feb. 1799 
13 Nov. 1803 

5 April 1806 

1 Dec. 1810 



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CHARLOTTE COUNTY WILL BOOK I 
(continued from Vol. VI, p. 95) 



P. 430 Uill of William Holt 

wife Rachel; daus. : Nary Jones, Amey Jones, 
Jones, Martha Holt, Dolly Holt, Hannah Holt. 
Dudley Holt, Woodley Holt, Thomas Holt. Wit. 
Oliver Salle, Cadwallader Jones. d. 15 Dec. 
R. 5 July 1790. 



Elizabeth 

Exrs. 3 sons: 
James White, 
1789. 



P. 430a Will of Nary Fletcher 

sons; Ambrose, Reubin, Abraham Nartin; two grand daus. 

Nolley Si Patsey Fletcher daus. of James Fletcher 

Ex. my son James Fletcher 

wit. James Fletcher, Sally Hord 

d. 12 Dec. 1782. R. 5 July 1790. 

P. 431 Will of Willoughby Pugh 

sons young Pugh, James Pugh, David Pugh; ref. to other 
children; Exrs. Arthur Sladyen & my son Samuel Pugh 
Wit. James Hanks, Alexander Garden, Nathaniel Barksdale 
d. 27 Nay 1786. R. 5 April 1790. 

P. 431a Will of Elizabeth Watson 

dau. Nary Rawlins and her children: Lucy, Alban, Fleming, 
and Nary; dau. Judith Weaver and her children; grand 
daus. Nartha Holt, Lucy Holt; grand dau. Lucinda Williams; 
my children: Elizabeth Barksdale, Sarah Coleman, William 
Watson (and his dau. Elizabeth), Lucy Holt, Anne Jude 
Wit. James Wimbish, Luke Hazlewood 
d. 7 April 1787. R. 5 July 1790. 

P. 432 The est. of Thomas Bedford dec. in act. with the exors. 

subscribers: P. Carrington, Little Joe Norton, John Daniel 
d. 31 Aug. 1790. R. 6 Sept. 1790. 

P. 433a Inv. of the Est. of David Nay 

subscribers: John Nay, Stephen Nay, John Rawlins 
d. 6 Sept. 1790. R. 6 Sept. 1790. 

P. 433a Will of John Taylor 

sons: John, Joseph, Richard Crittenden Taylor; wife:Franky 
children: Decesy Taylor, Diana Taylor, Eleanor Taylor, 
Isom Taylor, Fanny Taylor, James Taylor 

Exrs. : wife Franky, William Foster, Josiah Foster, two 
brothers 

Wit. Josiah Foster, Elizabeth Foster, George Foster 
d. 26 Nay 1786. R. 6 Sept. 1790. , 6 Dec. 1790. 



P. 434 Inv. of the est. of Samuel Fuqua 

appr. John Ward, Thomas Lorton, Robert Harris 



d. 19 Jan. 1790. 



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R. 4 Oct. 1730. 



P. 435a Appraisal of the est. of Gustavus Hendrick 

Appr. John Lee, Jos. Friend, Robert Breediove, James 

Gulliam 

R. 4 Oct. 1790. 

P. 436 Inv. of the est. of Henry But ridge 

appr. James Adams, David Madox, Joseph Prewit 
d. 1790. R. 6 Dec. 1790. 

P. 436a Inv. of the est. of Joseph Clarkson 

appr. Valentine Sublett, Thomas Moore, William Thorp 
d. 14 May 1790. R. 6 Dec. 1790. 

P. 437a Inv. of the est. of the Revd. Thomas Johnson 

appr. James Guilliam, Richard Bouldin, Wood Bouldin, 
Thomas Pettus 
R. 6 Dec. 1790. 

P. 438 Will of Joshua Morris 

wife Sabra; bro. Nathaniel Morris's children: Mary, 

George, Rodana, Anne, Sarah, Martha Children of the said 

deceased Morriss 

Exrs. : Charles Cobb, John Hicks, Thomas Moore; Wit. 

Elizabeth Cummings, Elizabeth Wever 

d. 10 Jan. 1788. R. 3 Jan. 1791. 

P. 438a Will of Japheth Towler 

uife Elizabeth; reference to children; Exrs. wife 

Elizabeth, Paul Carrington Sen. , Thomas Spencer Junr. , 

Thomas Pettus, James Towler; Wit. Tho. Pettus, Edm. 

Keeling, Benja. Towler 

d. 21 May 1790. R. 3 Jan. 1791. 

James Towler qualified as Exr. 1 Sept. 1791. 

P. 439 Will of Robert Jackson 

wife Nancy [ ]is; children: Suckey Jackson, other child 
not born; Exrs. my bros. Abel Jackson, Plesant Crenshaw; 
Wit. James Roberson, Nathan Basbush, John Taylor 
d. 16 March 1790. R. 3 Jan. 1791. 

P. 439a Will of Jane Dickerson 

children: Betsy, Leanna, Anne, and Tarpley Dickerson; 
Exrs. George Gwin, Paul Carrington; Wit. Lydia Gwin, 
Anne Ward 

d. 23 Jan. 1786. R. 7 Feb. 1791. Paul Carrington 
renounces execution George Gwin being dead, William Ward 
granted letters of administration. 



440 Will Jeremiah Childrey Sen. 

sons: Benjamin, Jeremiah, William; grandson Benedict 



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Childrey; daus. Emily Childrey, Mary Slythe, Lucy 
Shorter; wife Martha; Exrs. son Benoamin Childrey & 
William Childrey; Wit. William Clark, George Foster Junr. , 
George Nevils 
d. 20 Nov. 1790. R. 7 Feb. 1781. 

P. 440a Inv. of the est. of William Elliott 

appr. John Spencer, Archibald Campbell, Ro. Bedford 
d. 8 Dec. 1790. R. 7 Feb. 1791. 

P. 440a Inv. of the est. of Japhth Towler 

appr. Joseph Friend, John Lee, J. Pearson 

R. 7 Feb. 1781. 

(transcription pp 1-46, 439-440) 

THE END 



NANSEMOND COUNTY INSOLVENTS 
by L. H. Hart 

The following is a transcription of the Nansemond County 
returns to the Auditor, Entry 427, Delinquent and Insolvent 
Taxpayers. These items are located in the Archives Division, 
Virginia State Library and Archives. 

These items are of especial interest as the personal property 
tax lists for Nansemond County do not exist prior to 1815. These 
lists indicate residence in Nansemond County at some time 
immediately prior to the taking of the list, and some of them 
indicate that the individual has removed and give the new residence. 

At a Court Contd. & held for Nansemond County June the 14th 1785, 
nichael King late Sheriff returned S swore to his account of 
Insolvents in this county as follows viz. Cash tax for year 1783. 

Thomas Hefferton, one free male tith O. 10. O 

Robert Burley, one do. O. 10. O 

James Edwards, one do. and one negro do. 1.0.0 

John Bullard, one free male O. 10. O 

Matthew Godwin, one do. O. 10. O 

Edward Smith, two cattle @ 3 d. each O. O. 6 

John Parkerson, one young negro O. 10. O 

Daniel Driver, one free male, & one negro tith, one 

young negro, & two cattle 1.10.6 

John Wilson, one free male tith, 8 one horse O. 12. O 
James Briggs, one do. , one negro tith, one horse, 

two cattle 1.2.6 

John Briant his ballance in cash 5.18.8 
John Granbery Senr. , one free male, one negro tith, 

two young negroes, & two cattle 2.0.6 



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Henry Parkerson, one free male tith, land tax 10/ 1.0.0 

Thos. Hufton, one free tith, one horse, S 11 cattle .14.9 
Martin Bayne, one free tith, one negro tith, one horse, 

one cow, & one young negro 1.12.3 

James Wilder Jr. , one free male, one horse . 12.0 
Lewis Busong, one free male, two negro tiths, four 

young negs. , Lett 24/, one horse, & a cow 4. 16. 3 

Thomas Strickland, free male, & 4 cattle .11.0 

Elisha Nichols, one free male tith .10.0 

John Dixon, one do., one negro, horse 1.2.0 

Isaac Hall, land tax 100 acres ' 1.19.8 

George Shelly, tax 50 acres land 1.4.9 

William Reed, tax 200 acres land .16.0 



29. 13. 4 



Signed Michl. King, Shef. 

Insolvents in Certificate Tax for 1783 as follows— 

The list of names is the same as above with the addition of 
John Anthony, one free male tith 

At a Court Contd. S held for Nansemond County Sepr. the 13th 1785, 
James Pugh Dy. Sheriff rendered & made oath to his account of 
Insolvents, in Specie & Certificates, (as follows viz. )— 



Sally Bembra amount of tax 

John Wrann do. 

James Best do. 

Josiah Winbourn do. 

Willis Jinkins do. 

Jacob Boone do. 

William Duke do. 

John Willis do. 

David Jones gone to N. Carolina 

David Parker gone to N. Carolina 

Hardy Howard 

Mason Johnson 

James Penny 

William Buxton not to be found 

James Hodges do. 

Thomas Pinner do. 

Richard Smith 

Benjamin Parker 

Daniel Butler 

Lewis Brinkly gone to N. Carolina 

Isaac Wood not to be found 

John Ellis gone to N. Carolina 

Sterling Rodger do. 

Signed Jas. Pugh Dy. Shf. 

TO BE CONTINUED 



Specie 


Certificate 


.2.0 


. 2. 


1.6.6 


— 


. 19. 6 


. 12-0 


. 16.6 


. 10.0 


. 16. 6 


. 10. 


. 16. 6 


. 10.0 


1. 19.6 


— 


. 16.6 


. 10.0 


. 16.6 


— 


— 


. 8. 6 


. 16. 6 


. 12. 


1. 0.9 


. 14. 3 


1. 5.9 


1.2. 


. 16.6 


. 10. 


. 16. 6 


. 10. 


. 13.0 




3. 4. 


1. 12.0 


3. 13. 6 


1. 14. 


. 19. 9 


. 7. 9 


1.0.0 


. 10. 


2. 15.6 


1.2.6 


1.6.6 


. 10.0 


. 5. 





27. 3. 3 12. 7. O 



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CHARLOTTE COUNTY, VIRGINIA TO HUMPHREY COUNTY, TN 

The following material comes from Humphrey Co. TN Deed Book D, 
pp. 46— 47 and was very kindly sent to us by Mrs. L. S. Orrick. The 
material has been abstracted by J. C. Kolbe. 

Robert Hankins of Charlotte Co. , VA causes to be made a title 
of 5 negroes: Dorcas, Bob, Letice, Jack, and Peter to Dinah Hankins 
during her life according to Daniel Hankins' will and then to 
William Hankins minor or his heirs. Wit. : David Wills, Thomas 
Simpson. D. 2 Oct. 1810. R. 23 Oct. 1826. 



THE STUEIDIVANT LINE 

by Claiborne T. Smith, Jr. 

(continued from Vol. 6, p. 87) 

Additions to the Sturdivant article in Vol. V, no. 3 of this 
magaz i ne . 

On p. 128 it is stated that no record of the immigrant John 
Sturdivant existed after 1681. On p. 351 of the 3rd edition of 
Adventurers of Purse and Person . (1987) J. F. Dorman, ed. , a letter 
from William Byrd I of 29 April 1684 is quoted to the effect that 
"old" Sturdivant, his son, and several others were killed by the 
Indians on their return westward from a trading expedition thirty 
miles west of Occaneechee. It is surmised that the son referred to 
was named John after his father. 

On p. 130, the 1733 grant to Daniel and James Sturdivant later 
fell in Amelia County, not Dinwiddle. On 2 Jan. 1737 James 
Sturdivant was granted 620 acres in Amelia in the fork between the 
main Deep Creek and the Seller Fork, bounded by among others Daniel 
Sturdivant; 400 acres formerly granted to Daniel Sturdivant, deed, 
in 17^5 and conveyed by him to James Sturdivant (Patent Book 17, 
p. 435). According to Amelia County Deed Book 5, p. 24, James 
Sturdivant of Bristol Parish, Prince George Co. deeded to his son 
James Sturdivant, Jr. 400 acres and personal property on 26 June 
1753. On Oct. 1758, also in Amelia, Daniel Sturdivant of Prince 
George conveyed to his son James, land taken up by his father Daniel 
Sturdivant, deed. , on the south side of Deep Creek, bounded by 
James Sturdivant among others. This deed was witnessed by William 
and Sarah Parham. The Amelia Co. marriage bond of a Daniel 
Sturdivant and Martha, the daughter of William Parham, was dated 24 
Dec. 1784. These land records suggest that Daniel, son of the 
immigrant John was dead before 1737 and had at least two sons Daniel 
and James. 



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Augusta B. Fothergill, in her book Peter Jones and Richard 
Jones Genealogies, (1924), surmised on page 272 that Daniel Jones of 
Amelia Co. Va. married a Sturdivant. In April of 1768 James 
Sturdivant deeded the Amelia land conveyed to him by his father 
James Sturdivant in 1753 to his nephew Edward Jones Jr. , the son of 
Daniel Jones and to his nephew Daniel Jones. The year before James 
had deeded a slave to Prudence, the daughter of Daniel Jones but no 
relationship was mentioned. The implication of these deeds is that 
James Sturdivant Jr. of Amelia died unmarried. According to an 
Amelia deed in 1760 the wife of Daniel Jones was named Mary. She 
had died when Daniel made his Amelia will in 1772. It is possible 
she was Mary, daughter of James and Mary Sturdivant whose birth was 
listed in the Bristol Parish Register 18 Aug. 1729. Daniel, the son 
of Richard and Sarah Jones, according to the same source, was born 
30 Oct. 1723. 

John Sturdivant, son of William Sturdivant on p. 133 moved to 
Hancock Co. Ga. by 1798 when he bought 20 acres there on Log Dam 
Creek from Miles Green. In 1800 he deeded slaves and personal 
property to his son Peterson Sturdivant, who does not show up in 
later Hancock records and is unt raced. John was a soldier in the 
Revolution and died 17 April 1839. He is said to have married Nancy 
Hollingsberry. The heirs in his will were his son— in— law Mark 
Jackson, son Robert Sturdivant and daughter Nancy and her husband 
Henry Griggs. There is no record of any issue of these heirs except 
Nancy Griggs. The estate was not settled for many years. In 1859 
Sturdivant 's home plantation was finally sold and a third of the 
proceeds awarded to his five Griggs grand— children, the issue of his 
daughter Nancy and Henry Griggs. They were: John William Griggs and 
Frances M. Griggs of Grimes Co. , TX; Mary M. , the wife of James K. 
Markey and Louise E. F. , the wife of John D. Andrews, also of Grimes 
County, and Martha Ann Elizabeth, the wife of John L. Irion of 
Montgomery Co. , TX. It is probable that Peterson Sturdivant, above, 
was the son of John by an earlier marriage prior to leaving 
Virginia. The name Peterson suggests a connection with the 
southside Virginia family of that name, many of whom, with their 
connections also moved to Hancock County. 

On 4 April 1808, a few months before his death, Robert 
Sturdivant, p. 135, bought a tract of land in Granville Co. , N. C. 
His daughter Susan had married a few years before William Hargrave, 
a Granville resident. The disposition of this land provides 
additional information about Robert's children. The marriage bonds 
of three of his daughters are on record in Granville. That of Mary 
Sturdivant and Richard Inge, dated 28 Aug. 1806, that of William 
Batte and Martha Sturdivant 8 May 1816 and that of Joshua Davis and 
Nancy Sturdivant 21 Nov. 1823 with William H. Hargrove bondsman. 



Dr. Charles Sturdivant, p. 135 did not move to Mississippi 
until late in life. He attended the University of North Carolina in 
1817 and settled in Granville Co., N. C. to practice. According to 
the "Raleigh Register", as of Lynnsville in Granville, on 2 June, 



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1825, he married Lucy A. Burwell, the daughter of Armiatead Buruell, 
deed, of Mecklenburg Co. Va. Dr. Sturdivant moved to Mecklenburg 
and bought a large plantation on the south side of the Roanoke River 
near the North Carolina line. On 20 Sept. 1845 he and his wife Lucy 
deeded to the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. James Parish an 
acre of land on which a church stood, to be called St. Luke's. This 
church, located on the Taylor; s Ferry road, a mile south of the 
Roanoke and three miles north of the North Carrolina line, was in 
use until 1906. The building is gone but the surrounding cemetery 
remains. According to the 1850 U. S. census for Mecklenburg, Dr. 
Sturdivant 's household consisted of himself; his wife Lucy age 45; 
his son Robert, age 22, also a doctor; son Charles, age 20, listed 
as a storekeeper; daughter Lucy, age 16; son Armistead, age 24, 
overseer; and daughter Elizabeth, age 22. Ann L. Taylor, also 
listed in the household, has not been identified. Dr. Charles 
Sturdivant moved to Lowndes Co. Miss, in 1853. At the time of the 
1860 census for Mississippi, his wife Lucy had died and his daughter 
Lucy, still unmarried, was living with him. His son Armistead 
Burwell Sturdivant, a student at the University of North Carolina 
1845—46, also moved to Mississippi. In the I860 census there his 
household consisted of his wife Bettie, age 32, and Sarah and Alice 
Baskerville, 12 and 10 respectively. They were possibly his wife's 
daughters by a prior marriage. 

On page 23 of the Sturdivant article in Vol. VI, No. 1 of this 
magazine, it is stated that the North Carolina grant to the first 
Mathew Sturdivant had been lost. According to item 475 in Province 
of N. C. 1663-1729. Abstract of Land Patents by M. M. Hofmann, (1878), 
640 acres were granted to Mathew "Sturdevant " 26 Feb. 1711/12. 

CONCLUDED 



HERTFORD COUNTY, N. C. MARRIAGE BOND 

by Robert Young Clay 

The following item was found among the loose papers of Isle of 
Wight County. 

State of No. Carolina 

Hertford County This may certify that Josiah Blount and 

Mattilda Willson was this day married agreeable to law given from 
under my hand and seal this 25th Septemr. 1816. 

Howell Jones (JP) 

Jno. C. Crump 



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GREENSVILLE COUNTY DELINQUENT MILITIA FINES, 1819 

by L. H. Hart 

The following is an abstract of Auditor's Office, Entry 478, 
for Greensville County. Only those individuals who have moved from 
the county are included in this abstract. 



Joseph G. Wall 

John H. Lundy 

Warren Cato 

John Brown, Jr. 

James Eppes 

Samuel Rivers 

John Woodroofe, Jr. 

Henry W. Ivy 

James Connelly 

Robert Wynn 

Warren Mayes 

Peter Van Vottenburg 

Coleman Gordon 

Dawson Ellis 

Richard Hardin 

Henry Batte, Ser. 

John Jones 

Selah Hammond 



removed to Alabama 

removed to Alabama 
removed to some place unknown 
resident of North Carolina 
removed to Southampton Co. 
removed to Southampton Co. 
removed to North Carolina 
removed to North Carolina 
removed to some place unknown 
removed to some place unknown 

removed to Alabama 
removed to some place unknown 

removed 

removed 
removed to North Carolina 

removed 

removed 

removed to N. York 



Returned 25 Nov. 1820 



A LIST OF TITHABLE PERSONS TAKEN BY 
MIC. HOLLEMAN IN THE COUNTY OF SOUTHAMPTON 
AND PARISH OF NOTTOWAY (1778) 

by L. H. Hart 



This is a transcription of a list found in the Southampton 
Judgment Papers (1779). 

TITHES 
William Deloach & Son Ben 6 

Negros Dick, Moses, Roger, Beck 



Benjamin Turner & Negros Crumel 
Peter, Simon, Robt . , Hannah, 8 Olive 

Robert Shields 

Thomas Stephenson & son Edmd. & 



1 
5 



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Negros Jack, Prlss, & Judah 

Harmon Harris & Negros, Mill, Rose 4 
Lattice 

Saml . Bristor & son Robt . 2 

Benjamin Uindham 1 

Benjamin Haile 1 

To Pricilla Carrel One Negro Jos. 1 

John Woodward 1 

Ulilliam Holleman Senr. 8 Negros 3 
Will & Sarah 

To Elisabeth Edwards son Micajah 6 
Edwards & Negros Samson, Sarah, 
David, Ned. 8 Abigail 

Capt. John Clayton 8 negros Daniel 6 
Jacob, Ben, Lydda, Fan 

To Avis Harriss, son Ben 8 Negro Dol 2 

William Stephenson 1 

Jesse Washington 8 negros Roger 8 Gate 3 

Frederick Holt and negro Harry 2 

To Selah Wombwell one negro Sam 1 

Thomas Brock 8 negros Phi 11 is, Bess, 6 
Janny, Dicky 8 Bob 

Joseph Lancaster 8 negros Abel, Mingo 5 
Amy 8 Sarah 

John Edwards 1 

65 
William Boykin Senr. 8 son Wm. 8 
Shadrach Negros Sam. Jamy, Jane, 8 

Mill 7 

72 

Joseph Hart 8 negros Jack, Amy 8 Rose 4 

Henry Hart 8 Negro Cate 2 



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Jesse Hart 8, Negro Bob & Amy 3 

John Hart & Negro Hannah 2 

Robt . Hart 8 Negro Toney 2 

Blythe Williams & son Henry 2 

Spencer Jenkins & negros London, 5 
Bridget, Patt, & Peter 

Philip Moody & Negros David & Beck 3 

John Purcel 1 

James Summerell & negro Rachael 2 

Charles Barrett & Negros Cloe & Frank 3 

Jacob Summerell 1 

Thomas Summerell 1 

To Ann Holleman Negros Sam, Toney, 5 
Charles, Rose & Phillis 

Lighbourne Lowe 1 

West Tynes & Negro Frank 2 

nicajah Atkinson 1 

Ledbetter Loue 1 

Matthew Boykin 8 Negros Harry, Sarah 4 
8 Jane 

Jacob Turner 8 son Jno. 2 

John Mercer 1 

James Mercer 8 Negros Nanny 8 Jacob 3 

52 

Bailey Branch 8 Negro Peter 2 

54 

Alexander Saunders 1 

Joel Boykin 8 Negro Miles 2 

Beasant Grumpier 8 son Wm. 2 



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John Boykin Senr. & son Dan. & Negros 6 
Sam, Dick, Phillis & Beck 

Arthur Allen 8 negros Pompey, Sue 4 
Hannah 

Joseph Wright 1 

William Urquhart S Negros Jack, Lewis, 9 
Peter, Peter , Tamer, Sarah, Dol , Agga 

William Hatfield 8 Negro Jesse 2 

Capt. Simon Boykin 8 son Simon, Negros lO 
Ben, James, Bob, Linda, Phillis, Patience, 
Selah & Hannah 

Arthur Boykin & Negros Lenuro, Nial 8 4 
Beck 

John Clark 8 negros Phil, Sam 8 Febee 4 

John Britt 8 negro Dick 2 

Henry Coker 8 negros Nero 8 Agga 3 

Jonathan Coker 1 

Trial Bailey 8 son Dempsy 2 

Absalom Bailey 8 son Ben 2 

William Williford 8 negros Jacob 8 3 
Charles 

Thomas Holleman 8 negro Bett 2 

John Tan 1 

Isham Delana 1 

62 

John Summerell 8 son Jno. 8 negros 5 

Coffee, Peter 8 Jimy 

67 

William Atkinson 1 

Joseph Atkinson 1 

Irby Atkinson 1 

Robert Atkinson 1 



112- 



Etheldred Lancaster & Negros Charles 3 
8 Lucy 

James Lancaster & John Cocks 8 Negros 5 
Jack, Phillis 8 Cate 

Benjamin Holleman 1 

Thomas Pretlow Senr. 8 Negros Fanny, 5 
Nanny, JefFry, 8 James 

Absalom Williamson Const. 8 Negros 2 
Jacob 8 Selah 

William Williamson 8 Negros Dick 8 Patt 3 

Robt . Williamson 8 Negros Peter 8 Dinah 3 

Ann Cocke, Negros Old Abram, Cuffee, 13 
Young Abram, Daniel, Judah, Isabel, 
Y. Lucy, Peg, old Lucy, Annaca, Agga, 
Silvy 8 Silvia 

William Judki ns 1 

Robert Lanier 1 

Edward Archer 8 Negros Phil , Sam, Hannah 5 
8 Joan 

Drewry Andrews 8 Negros Peter, Amy 8 Beck 4 

Benjamin Britt Senr. 8 sons Benj . , 4 

Jordan, Mattw. , [8 Joseph, this appears to be erased] 

Brittain Britt 8 Negros Peg 8 James 3 

Edwd. Britt 8 Negro Hannah 2 

Timothy Atkinson 8 Negros Dick, Tom, 4 

8 Venus 

63 
Stephen Summerell 8 negro Dick 2 

65 
Colo. Thomas Williamson overseer 25 
Mich. Fulgham Negros Cooper, Mike, 
Tom J. , Selah, Jacob, Will, Hesther, 
Lewis, Lidda, Moll, B. Tom, Jemmy, 



i 



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Nanny, Jenny, Bess, Phil, Rose, Peter, 
Fany, Milly, Eady, Silvy 8 Lucy 

Nicajah Holleman 8 Negros Toney, Jim, 7 
Sam, Jacob, Beck 8 Silvey 

William Holleman Junr. 1 

Arthur Crocker 1 

Edmd. Jenkins 8 Negros Bristo, Frank 4 
8 Dinah 

Valintine Jenkins S negro Patience 2 

Simon Stephenson 8 sons Wm. 8 Leml. 5 
Negros Grace 8 Jane 

Jesse Brown 8 Negro Rose 2 

To Benja. Bailey of Surry, Stephen 3 
Hancock oversr, Negros Jack S Luvena 

Estate of James Niblet Negros Tim, 5 
Adam, Peter, Vilate, Bett 

Capt. Burwell Williamson 8 Negros 7 
Sharper, Jack, Frank, Harder, Abigail, 
8 Fat ha 

Benja. Grumpier 8 sons John 8 Benjamin 3 

John Smith 8 Negros Hannah, Mill, Ben, 6 

Dick 8 Old Dick 

71 
Barnaby Bailey 8 Negros Dick, Will, 6 
Pete, Judah, Harry 

John Boykin Junr. 8 Negros Charles 3 

a Bristo 

80 
65 
67 
54 
72 



338 



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SUSSEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA 
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS 
1782 
(Continued from Vol. 6, P. 61 ) 
Transcribed by 
Pollyanna Creekmore 



Key to Column Numbers 

[1] Proprietors names 

[2] White Males above 

[3] Slaves above 16 

[4] Total No. Slaves 

[5] No. Horses 

[6: No. Cattle 



21 



Nathan BISHOP 
John MASSENBURG 
William LEWIS 
Henry MOODY 2 
Edmund WEATHERS 
James FRENCH, James 
BAILY — OVER. 
Thomas BAILEY Senr. 
Thomas BAILEY Junr. 
Estate Saml. BARNES 
John Wynn Senr. 
Matthew WYNN Senr. 

son John 
Jones HARRISON 
Joshua MOSS 
Hart well MARRABLE 3 
Benjamin TYUS 
William THORN 
Joel NEWMAN 
Frederick LILLY 
Matthew WYNN Junr. 
John LILLY 

William STURDIVANT Senr 
William SPAIN 
John STURDIVANT Senr 
William STURDIVANT Junr 
John STURDIVANT, son 

of John 
Thomas STURDIVANT 



C23 


C3J 


C4] 


[5] 


1 


3 


3 


6 


1 


16 


13 


29 


- 


6 


5 


9 


1 


2 


2 


3 


1 


2 


1 


12 


1 


10 


16 


34 


1 


_ 


4 


9 


1 


— 


1 


2 
5 

10 


1 


9 


3 


2 


3 


4 


9 


1 


5 


2 


2 


1 


9 


4 


13 


1 


15 


8 


19 


1 


8 


3 


10 


1 


- 


2 


12 


1 


- 


1 


6 


1 


2 


2 


7 


1 


- 


1 


7 


1 


2 


2 


4 


1 


15 


3 


7 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


6 


2 


4 


1 


3 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 



[63 



1) 


1 


chair 








2) 


1 


chair 








3) 


1 


chair. 


1 


Ord. 


License 



8 



13 



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Thomas WRENN 


1 


8 


4 


23 


Thomas WHITFIELD 


1 


4 


2 


9 


Drury PARTIN 


1 


- 


2 


7 


Joseph HOBBS & Son 


2 


2 


3 


4 


Stephen 










William PARTIN 


1 


2 


3 


12 


William WYNNE Senr. 


1 


6 


3 


8 


Matthew WYNNE, Son of 


1 


1 


1 


4 


William 










John PARE 


1 


- 


2 


8 


Frederick PENNINGTON 


2 


9 


6 


13 


C&: John PENNINGTON 










Morris Z & Son 


2 


3 


3 


13 


John HILL 


1 


1 


1 


2 


Henry 


1 


1 


3 


6 


James GLOVER Senr. 


1 


5 


4 


8 


James GLOVER Junr. 


1 


5 


2 


4 


John CARTER 


1 


9 


5 


14 


Benjamin BAIRD 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Rachel STURDIVANT 


- 


15 


4 


12 


Hollom STURDIVANT & 


2 


13 


3 


20 


Son John 










John HAWTHORN 


1 


7 


4 


15 


James HOB?N 


1 


- 


- 


11 


Thomas HORN 


1 


- 


1 


6 


Isham WHITEHEAD 


1 


— 


— 


— 


Mildred HILL 


- 


4 


2 


7 


John MPlSON Jn. D.Lanier, 


1 


10 


4 


11 


Ove 










Dreury LANIER 


- 


1 


1 


- 


Robert WYNNE 


1 


8 


4 


5 


William LIGHTFOOT 


- 


78 


29 


61 


Henry MOSS 


1 


10 


5 


21 


Isaac BENDALL 


1 


2 


3 


13 


Moses KNIGHT 


1 


5 


3 


17 


John JONES 


1 


1 


1 


8 


Robert WHITEHEAD 


1 


- 


2 


4 


William COCKS, Senr. 


1 


6 


3 


24 


John STUART 


1 


1 


2 


8 


Henry HOOD 


1 


- 


2 


12 


Ann WREN 


- 


1 


1 


2 


William REDDING 


1 


4 


2 


7 


Anderson STURDIVANT 


1 


4 


4 


2 


Thomas SLEDGE 


1 


1 


2 


4 


James COCKS 


- 


- 


2 


10 


Lucy COCKS 


- 


- 


1 


8 


William COCKS junr. 


- 


- 


1 


2 


Daniel GRANT 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Thomas DUNN 


1 


- 


2 


- 


William HARDY 


1 


- 


1 


4 


Alexander TOMLINSON 


1 


2 


2 


2 



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Sarah WYNNE 
Stephen BISHOP 
Est. John LAND 
William WYNN Son of 

Matthew 
John POTTS, Saml . Scott, 

Overseer 
Thomas HOBBS 
William OLIVER 
Stith PARHAN Senr. 8 

William WYNNE, Overseer 
William WYNNE 
Augustine OGBURN 
Joel THREEWITS 
Green HILL 
Jeremiah MISKILL 
David MASON Senr. 8 (1) 

Benjamin MATTHEWS 
Webb LAND 
Ann STUEIDIVANT 
Allen STURDIVANT 
Rebecca HANCOCK (2) 
Michael BOOTH 
John MASON (S. Hill) (3) 



14 

3 

7 



1 


6 


1 


7 


1 


3 


2 


- 


1 


8 


6 


18 


1 


14 


6 


12 


2 


28 


5 


20 


- 


2 


1 




1 


6 


4 


11 


1 


6 


4 


10 


1 


25 


8 


20 


1 


2 


- 


- 


2 


38 


15 


36 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


2 




- 


7 


5 


13 


1 


1 






1 


12 


6 


29 



1 
1 



(1) 1 

(2) 1 

(3) 1 



Copy 



chair 
chair 
chair 



Taken by 
John MASON 



Teste Jno. COCKS 



747 Whites 
4895 Blacks 
2575 Horses 
8241 Cattle 
74 Wheels 
1 License 



373. 10 
447. 10 
257. 10 
103-3 
18-10 
s 



L3205. . - 3 



CONCLUDED 



SURRY COUNTY INSOLVENT MILITIA FINES 
by L. H. Hart 
The following is an abstract of the Fines Collected, Entry 



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478, Auditor's Office, Virginia State Library & Archives. Only 
those items showing a removal are included in this abstract. 



Surry 1801. 
Michael Edwards, Jr. 
Thomas Hargrave 
James Smith (Cobham) 
Ansalmn Hargrave 
Uilliam Milby 
Uilliam Simmons 
John Respiss 
Walter Johnston 
Lewis Williams 



Returned 



removed 
Sussex 
Norfolk 
Nansemond 
Isle of Wight 
Georgia (state) 
Isle of Wight 
Petersburg 
Prince George 
22 Nov. 1802 



Surry 1820. 
Benjamin Atkinson 
Samuel Stephens 
John Savedge 
William White 
Benjamin H. White 
Richard White 
William Pettit 



Sussex 
Sussex 

North Carolina 
Southampton 
Isle of Wight 
Sussex 

Isle of Wight 
Returned 23 Nov. 1821 



Surry 1822. 
Littleberry Brockwell 
Benja. Coupland 
Uriah Guardiner 
Josiah Holt 
Thomas Hudgins 
William S. Pleasants 
Richd. Wrenn 



Returned 



Prince George 
Dinwiddle 
Southampton 
Sussex 

North Carolina 
Sussex 
Sussex 
22 Nov. 1823 



A WINFREE FAMILY CHANCERY PROCEEDINGS, 1796 

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VIRGINIA 

by Gary M. Williams 

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Sussex County 



Among many ended chancery causes for the old Chesterfield 
County Court now lodged in the Archives of the Virginia State 
Library (but closed without the permission of the Circuit Court 
Clerk) is one under the brief style of Elliot, et als v. 
Watkins. et als. Involving the estates of Henry Winfree, Sr. 



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and Matthew Farleyj the subpoena in chancery against the 
dejpendants was issued 31 October 1796 and the order for a 
division of slaves from these two estates was entered at 
November Court, 1796. Specifically, the papers are lodged among 
Chesterfield County Chancery Causes (Broken Series), 1750-1811, 
Box 438. The researcher wishes to acknowledge the kindness of 
Mr. Ronald P. Livingston, Clerk of the Circuit Court of 
Chesterfield County, for special permission to review these 
records. 



The complainants are four of the children of the said Henry 
Winfree, Sr. and the five children of his deceased son, Henry 
Winfree, Jr. The defendants are Judith Watkins, former Judith 
Winfree, the widow of Henry Winfree, Sr. , "but now the widow of 
Joseph Watkins, deceased, " Peter Franklin and Archibald 
Walthall, Gentleman (said Judith Watkins, Peter Franklin and 
Archibald Walthall being the executors of Henry Winfree, Sr. , 
deceased); and four other children of said Henry Winfree, Sr. 
The suit discloses that "on or about the 19th day of November, 
1779, the said Henry Winfree the Elder made and published his 
Testament and last will, and Departed this life soon after 
without altering or Revocking the same. . . That the said 
Testator did, by his said will lend to his wife Judith, a Tract 
of land. Six Negroes (Named, Simon, Bob, Lucy, George, Glassgo, 
and Phil es ) and all the rest and Residue of his Estate, both 
real and personal, both within and without Doors. . .That the said 
Testator did also in and by his said will Directed and Desired, 
that all the Estate he lent his said wife Judith (Except 159 
acres of land and Two negroes named, Lucy and Glasgo) after her, 
the said wife's Death, should be Equally Divided Between all his 
children, and at that Time, he had nine children. " The nine 
children were Henry Winfree, Jr. "now deceased", Judith Winfree 
Frankin (wife of Peter Franklin), Elizabeth Winfree Elliott 
(wife of James Elliott), Nancy Winfree Walthall (wife of Thomas 
Walthall), Sarah Winfree Furqurane or Fourqueran (wife of 
William Fourqueran), Polly Winfree, Archibald Winfree, Marvill 
Winfree and Matthew Winfree. 

The bill of complaint cites that "since the Death of the 
said Testator, the negroe woman by the name of Lucy that he lent 
his said wife hath had six children that are now living by the 
names of Frank, Pegg, Jenny, Joe, Critty and Glasgo. . . (and) that 
the said Judith had Three more negroes lent to her for life by 
her father Matthew Farley, and by the said Farley's will are 
Directed to be Divided Between the said Henry Winfree the 
Elder's children in the same manner. . .and that there now remains 
of the negroes and their increase that came from the said 
Parleys Three by the names of Nancey, Bett and Sier. " Also 
cited is an indication by Winfree 's widow, the said Judith 



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Watkins, to divide the estate of her former husband "that was 
lent to her for life", as well as the three slaves and their 
increase left to her for life by her father "may be Equally 
Divided Between the children she had by the said Henry Winfree, 
the Elder, Deed. , and the children of her son the said Henry 
Winfree Junr. , Deed. , (said grandchildren "to have among them 
only one ninth part thereof"). Suit was brought against the 
executors and the other children of Henry Winfree, Sr. 
apparently because these other four children and the spouses of 
two of them allegedly refused "to comply with [the 
complainants'] reasonable Request" for a "Division of the 
negroes and Estate. " 



The five children of Henry Winfree, Jr. , deceased, were 
Judith Farrar Winfree, Polley Winfree, Susannah or Suckey 
Winfree, David Winfree and Henry Winfree. 



The County Court appointed Thomas Burfoot, William Findley, 
Pleasant Bowman and Valentine Winfree ("or any three of them") 
to make a division, which division was returned to the said 
Court at its August 1797 session with an appraisal of twelve 
slaves, who were divided as follows, to— wit: 



1) "To James Ellette in behalf of his wife Elizabeth" — 
"Josiah a Nego Boy" 

2) "To Peter Franklin in behalf of his wife Judah" — 
" Francis a Negro Boy" 

3) "To Thomas Walthall in behalf of his wife Nancy" — 
"George a Negro Man" 

4) "To William Fourqueran 
"Nancy a Negro Girl" 

5) "To Archer Winfree" — 
"Joseph a Boy" 

6) "To Matthew Winfree" the Negroes Critty a Girl. . . 

and Gloucester a Boy" 

7) "To Marvel Winfree" — "the Negroes Simon a Man. . . 

[and] Jenny a Woman" 

8) "To Polley Winfree" — "Betty a Negro Girl" 

9) "To James Ellette Guardian for the Orphans of Henry 

Winfree the Younger Deceased" — "Peggy a Negro Girl" 



in behalf of his wife Sarah"- 



"Phillis a Negro Woman" and 



CONCLUDED 



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LUNENBURG COUNTY DEED BOOK I, 1746-1751 
by J. C. Kolbe 



The deeds have been abstracted and all pertinant 
genealogical information is included. Officials bonds and 
commissions are omitted. 

P. 1 d. 15 May 1745. Anthony Pouncey of Lunenburg to John Owen 
of Goochland 318 acres on the south side of Stanton River, 
one tract containing 137 acres which was granted to John 
Russell by a patent d. 1 Feb. 1738 at the mouth of Clover 
Ck. The other tract containing 281 acres on the south 
side of the Stanton River granted by patent d. 1 Feb. 
1738 to John Russell. Wit. Jas. Perrin, John Givin, 
Richard Uomack. R. 5 May 1746. 

P. 3 d. 16 Dec. 1745. Henry Reynolds late of Brunswick 

to John Owen of Goochland a tract in Brunswick County on 
the northside of the Stanton River containing 10 acres 
being the lower part of 300 acres granted to Henry 
Reynolds by patent d. 30 Aug. 1743. Wit. Danl . Stith, 
John Owen, William Hog. R. 5 May 1746. 

P. 4 d. 2 June 1746. John Martin S Ann his wife of Amelia to 
Robert Woods of Lunenburgh 213 acres on Wards Fork. Wit. 
John M[] del Ion. R. 2 June 1746. 

P. 8 d. 16 May 1746. Jacob Mackgeehee of Amelia to Robert 
Jones of Lunenburg 904 acres on both sides of Twitty's 
Ck and is the second Fork of licking pole in Lunenburg but 
formerly Brunswick & granted to Jacob Macgeehee by patent 
d. 20 Aug. 1745. Reference to Hardin's line. Wit. Geo. 
Walker, Willm. Ligon, Wm. Potter, James Gravilal. R. 2 
June 1746. 

P. 11 Anne Smith, John Beard, John Mills to make inv. of the 
est. of Edmund Smith dec. R. 18 June. 1746. 

P. 14 d. 31 May 1746. William Howard & Sarah his wife of 

Lunenburg to Field Jefferson of Henrico Co. 580 acres. 
Beginning at ye mouth of Allen's Creek down Roanoke — 
Francis Howard's line — Jefferson's Branch — to the mouth 
on the Mill branch. Wit. Francis Howard, William 
[Irby?], Thomas Hawkins. Renunciation of dower 19 
June 1746. R. 28 June 1746. 

P. 19 d. 6 June 1746. Thomas Gilliam of Albermarle Parish. 

Surry Co. to Nicholas Edmunds of Brunswick St. Andrew's 
Parish 577 acres on both sides of the great branch of 



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Couches Creek formerly granted to Thomas Gilliam by patent 
d. 13 Aug. 1744. Wit. Clem. Read, James Parish, John 
Tuitty, C ? ] Scott. R. 7 July 1746. 

P. 22 d. 4 Nay 1746. George Barefoot of South Carolina to 
George Currie merchant of Virginia a tract on the 
Southside of Roneoak River containing 150 acres. Grassy 
Creek. Wit. R. Jones, [ ] Scott, Clemt. Read. R 7 
July 1746. 

P. 24 d. 5 May 1746. George Barefoot of S. C. to George Currie, 
Merchant of Virginia 150 acres on the southside of Rone' 
Oak. Grassy Ck. formerly granted to Philip Roberts by 
patent d. 16 Sept. 1740 8. by several mean conveyances 
became the est. of George Barefoot. Wit. R. Jones Jr. , 
C 1 Scott, Clemt. Read. R. 7 July 1746. 

P. 28 d. 27 June 1746. John Wilkins of Lunenburg to Thomas 
Satterwhite of same county 400 acres on north side of 
Roanoak River. Beginning at Taber ' s Corner - lines of 
John Cox, William Leaderdale, Richard Blalock. Wit. 
William Taber, Tho. Wilkins, Vallintine Mullins 
7 July 1746. 

P. 30 d. 7 July 1746. Christopher Hudson & Cary his wife of 

Lunenburg sell to Richard Palmer of Louisa Co. 150 acres 
whereon Hudson 8 his wife now live being part of 550 
acres granted to John Davis by patent. The land being on 
Northside of Roanoake River in a bendornick. Bounded by 
John Clemmens deed, his corner — Thomas Robertson one of 
the former proprietors to the land now conveyed and 
William Toms. Wit. Antho. Pouncey, Julius Nichols 
R. 7 July 1746. 

P. 33 John Robinson granted adm.. of the est. of Benjamin 

Williams during his absence out of Va. d. 7 July 1746 
R. 7 July 1746. 

P. 35 Inv. of EdmoC ] Stith of Brunswick. Appr. Adam Burd, 

Timo. Connor, Anf ] Smith. Adm. Anne Smith. d 24 June 
1746. R. 7 July 1746. 

P. 36 d. 4 January 1745. John Hardin 8, Ellinor his wife of 

Amelia to Owen Sullivant of Caroline a tract in Brunswick 
462 aces Bounded by Southside of the Second Fork of liking 
hole — Randolph's line. Wit. John Sullivant, James Whit, 
William Matthews. R. 2 June 1746. 

P. 38 d. 31 May 1746. Mattox Mayes of Lunenburg to Richard 
Booker of Amelia Co. 301 acres and granted to Mayes by 
two patents. The first dated 22 Sept. 1733 containing 150 



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acres on the Southside of Stanton River beginning at the 
lower end. of the Seven Islands. The other patent d. 15 
Aug. 1741 containing 150 acres. Bounded — to a hickory 
on Stanton River. R. 4 Aug. 1746. 

P. 40 d. 31 May 1746. Joseph Mayes of Lunenburg to Richard 

Booker of Amelia Co. 400 acres on the southside of Stanton 
River. 8 granted to Joseph Mayes by Patent d. 20 August 
1741. Beginning at Matt ox Maye ' s corner — on the said 
River— on Stanton River a little above the Seven Islands. 
. R. 4 Aug. 1746. 

P. 42 d. 15 June 1746. William Wynne of Lunenburg to Joshua 
Eppes of the same county 100 acres on the South Side of 
Banister River. Bounded on the southside of Bannister 
River at the mouth of William Wynns Spring branch. 
Wit. William Irby, Moses Dunkley. R. 4 August 1746. 

P. 44 d. 16 June 1746. William Wynne of Lunenburg to Joshua 
Eppes of the same co. release R. 4 Aug. 1746. 

P. 45 d. 5 May 1746. David Liles of Lunenburg to Thomas Dupray 
of Goochland a tract on the south branches of Crouches 
Creek — Stovall's Corner — Gilliams line — [Corells?] 
line — being 304 acres. Wit. John Stovall, Lazaries 
Williams, Richard Williams. R. 4 Aug. 1746. 

P. 48 d. 1 Aug. 1746. Cornelius Cargill of Lunenburg to John 
Lucas of the same co. 400 acres on the South Side of 
Staunton River. Bounded — Cargills Horse Ford — 
Grassy Ck. — Stanton River. R. 4 Aug. 1746. 

P. 50 d. 18 July 1746. John Twitty of Lunenburg to John Hall 
of Amelia Co. 150 acres. Beginning at the mouth of 
Blackston's Creek — along the said Twitty's back line to 
the head of a branch that runs into Maherrin being part 
of a larger tract granted to Twitty by patent. R. 4 Aug. 
1746. 

P. 53 d. 11 July 1746. Nicholas Edmunds of Brunswick to 

Clement Read of the same county 577 acres on both sides 
of he great branches of Couches Ck. The same being 
granted to Thomas Gilliam by patent d. 13 Aug. 1744 8 sold 
by Gilliam to Edmunds by a deed recorded in Lunenburg Co. 
R. 4 Aug. 1746. 

P. 56 Edward Col_vell of Brunswick Co. being indebted to John 
Bacon of New Kent conveys land on the south side of 
Couches Ck. 1000 acres. Bounded by Coronol Embry — 
Brigges line. Wit. Lydall Bacon, Drury Allen, Joseph 
Gerrard. R. 4 Aug. 1746. 



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P. 57 John Wilkins guardian bond for Hannah Clements orphan of 
John Clements. d. 4 August 1746. R. May Ct . 1746. 

P. 59 Anthony Wheeler of Brunswick to Edmund Smith late of 

Augusta County 400 acres in Brunswick Co. on both sides 
of Falling River being granted to Wheeler by patent 
d. 13 July 1742. Wit. John Beard, Adam Beard, William 
Hayes- d. 18 Oct. 1744. R. 1 Sept. 1746. 

P. 62 d. 1 Aug. 1746. George Roberts (signed Robards ) of Bladen 
Co. , N. C. to Peter Hudson of Lunenburg Co. 150 acres on 
the South Side of the Stanton River adjoining the River. 
Wit. Edward Parker, Alexander Strange, Thomas Nuby. 
R. 1 Sept. 1746. 

P. 64 d. 17 Feb. 1745. William Walters of Brunswick Co. to 
William Maclin, James Parish, Sterling Clack 400 acres 
& 400 acres on the South side of Staunton River because 
of debts due. Wit. John Clack, William Eldridge, John 
Thortone. R. 1 Sept. 1746. 

P. 71 d. 8 April 1740. Samuel Wynne of Brunswick to Thomas 

Wynne of Hanover Co. 150 acres. Reads lower boundry 

Creek . Wit. John Winn, John Stone, Richard Stone. 

R. 1 Sept. 1746. 

P. 73 d. 18 July 1746. Benjamin Hawkins of Plmelia to James 
Barnes of Goochland Co. On the Southside of Nottoway 
River being a patent of 404 acres granted to Hawkins 
d. 10 July 1745. Beginning at Timothy Murrels corner 

on the River Red Oak on Stoke 's . Wit. Thos. 

Childrey, Silvanus Walker, Wm. Pettipool. R. 1 Sept. 
1746. 

P. 76 d. 20 Sept. 1746. Col. Saml . Cobbs of Amelia t9 Nathew 

Talbot of Lunenburg 396 acres on Northside of Wards Fork. 

John Austin's line. Wit. James Murray, Geo. Currie, 

Clemt. Read. 

P. 78 d. 1 Oct. 1746. Edward Booker Sen. of Amelia to James 
Hunt of Hanover Co. 694 acres on the northside of the 
Stanton River. Begining at Mattox Mayes corner — 
Booker's own line. 200 acres being granted to John Ellis 
by patent d. 20 Oct. 1736 & sold by Ellis to Edward 
Booker Sen. recorded in Brunswick Co. The residue 
granted to Edward Booker by patent. Wit. Geo. Currie, 
G. Marr, Clem Read, Thos. Nash. R. 6 Oct. 1746. 

P. 80 d. 20 Oct. 1746. Edwards Booker Sen. of Amelia to John 
Hunt 400 acres granted to Edward Booker by patent d. 20 
Sept. 1745. 



I 



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P.83 d. 6 Oct. 1746. Seth Petty Pool of Lunenburg to Ralph 
Hunt of Hanover 132 acres on the Northside of Tucking 
Creek.. Beginning at Lanier's corner. Wit. Abraham Cooke, 
Robert Wade, Saml . Henderson. d. 6 Oct. 1746. R. 6 Oct. 
1746. 

TO BE CONTINUED 



SUSSEX COUNTY ORPHANS ' DOCKETS 
By L. H. Hart 



The following items are eictracted from the Reference 
Dockets and Docket Books of Sussex County. The information 
included is especially interesting as it sometimes includes 
information about age or marriage. Due to lack of space, only 
those remarks of genealogical significance in the last column 
will be included. 

August 1755- August 1756 



ORPHAN 

Frances Wyat 

Mary Stevens 

Ann Stevens md. 

Jane Nicolson 

Lucretia Nunn 

Ann Lancaster md. 

Mary Hyde, 
Rebecca Hyde 

James Mason 

Guardian 
Gray Briggs 



OF WHOM 
James Wyat 
Edward Stevens 
do. 

John Nicolson 

Thomas Nunn 

William Lancaster 

Benjamin Hyde 

James Mason 

August 1 760 

Orphan 

Mary & Rebecca 
Hyde 



GUARDIAN 
William Johnson md. 
John Mason Jr. md. 
Jos. Pennington 
Robt. Nicolson 
John Bradley 
John Barnes 
Gray Briggs 

David Mason 

of Whom 
Benjamin Hyde 



David Mason 



James Mason 



James Mason 



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James Jones 
Nichs. Massenburg 
Ha r y Bon ne r 

James Uych 
Levi Gilliam 



Edmunds Jones 

John Cargill 

Wm. Henry 8 Rebh. 
Briggs 

Eliz. , Marg, Tho. , 
Jno. , Wm. , Peter, 
Jam. S Ben Avent 

Nary & Eliz. Moore 



James Jones 
John Cargill 
Wm. Briggs 



John Avent Gua. 
dead 



Thomas Moore 



Richd. Hays 
Josiah Freeman 

John Roland 
John Lamb 
Thomas Morris 

John Tomlinson 
Robt . Pettway 

John Ogburn 
Henry Tatum 
Jesse Jones 
John Irby 
Wm. Stuart 
James Ray 

Henry Gee 
Arthur Long 

William Heath jr. 
James Be 1 1 



John Morgan 

Hamlin Stokes 
Freeman 

Jemima Freeman 

Mildred Cheeseman 

Jno. Mary Elizabeth 
Alsobrook 

Geo. & Jam. Bagley 

Jno. Mary Ann 8 Eliz. 
Mason 

John Mason jr. 

Tho. 8 Edwd. Tatum 

Mary Jones 

Andw. & Sarah Lister 

Ann Mason 

Frances John 8 
Peter Hawthorn 

John Rieves 

Geo. Arthur Britain 
8 Burrell Long 

Boyce Gee 

Elizabeth Adams 



Edward Moore 

Arthur Freeman of 

age 

Arthur Freeman md. 

Geo. Cheeseman of 

age 
Saml. Alsobrook. 



Peter Bagley 
Isaac Mason 

Joseph Mason dead 

Peter Tatum 

Richard Jones 

Andrew Lister Gua. 
dead 
Joseph Mason 

Peter Hawthorn 

John Rieves 
Rob. Long 

James Gee jr. 
David Adams 



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Ann Harper 
Henry Gee 
Henry Harrison 



Uyatt Harper 
Elizabeth Gee 
Nathl. Harrison 



Wyatt Harper 

James Gee married 

Ben. Harrison Chas. 
City Esq. 



GUARDIANS 
Gray Briggs 
David Mason 
James Jones 
Nichs. Masse nburg 
Mary Bonner 
Levi Gilliam 

Thomas Morris 

Robert Pettuay 

Henry Tatum 

Jesse Jones 
William Stuart 

James Ray 

Henry Gee 

Arthur Long 

William Heath jr. 
James Bell 



ORPHANS 

Mary & Rebecca Hyde 

James Mason 

Edmunds Jones 

John Cargill 

Rebecca Briggs 

Mary & Eliza. 
Moore 

John, Mary, & Eliza. 
Alsobrook 

John, Mary Ann 8 
Eliza. Mason 

Thos. S Edward Tatum 

Mary Jones 
Ann Mason 

Frances, John & 
Peter Hawthorn 

John, Rebecca, S 
Winnifret Rives 

George, Arthur, Britain 
8 Burrell Long 

Boyce Gee 

Elizabeth Adams 



OF WHOM Aug. 1762 

Benjamin Hyde marr. 

James Mason of age 

Aug. 1763 
James Jones 

John Cargill oF age 
Aug . 1 763 

William Briggs marr. 
Aug . 1 "763 

Thomas Moore 

Saml . Alsobrook 

Isaac Mason 

Peter Tatum of age 
Aug. 1763 

Richard Jones 

Joseph Mason 

Frances 
Peter Hawthorn of 

age, 
Aug. 1762 
John Rives 

Robert Long 

James Gee jr. 

David Adams of age 
8 md. 
Aug. 1763 



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John Moss 
Robert Wynne 
Ma j or Tiiler 

David. Mason 

John Jones 
William Doby 
Nichos. Partridge 
Drury Barker 
William Bonner 

Stephen Hamlin 
Robert Rivers 
John Nicolson 
Richard Hay 

Burrell Banks 
Hamlin Freeman 
John Burrow 

Henry Burrow 

George Rives 
Aug. Claiborne 
Frederic Green 

Burrell Banks 
Edward Harper 
Thomas Huson 



Mary Cragg William Cragg marr. 

Anna, John 8 Wm. Bobbitt Thos. Bobbitt 

John Avent 



Wm. , Benja. , & John 
Avent 

Thos. , Peter 8 James 
Avent 

Martha & Lucy Binns 

Robert Hancock 

William Mason 

Ann Thompson 

James Bag ley 

Elizabeth Cryer 

Thomas Hunt 

Robert Nicolson 

Frans. , Marcus, & 
Anne Underwood 

Sarah Mason 

Charlotte Freeman 



John Avent 

Charles Binns 

Robert Hancock 

Joseph Mason 

Ann Thompson 

Peter Bagley of age 
Aug . 1 763 

Robert Cryer marr. 

Thos. Hunt 

John Nicolson 

Beedles Underwood 

James Mason 
Arthur Freeman 



Wm. Henry, John, James, William Burrow 
Susanna 8 Willie Burrow 



Bethia, Ann, 8 Mary 
Burrow 

Frances Rives 

Charles Harrison 

Wm. , Benja. , Sarah, 8 
Mary Hancock 

Mary Mason 

Wyatt Harper 

Frances Harper 



Thomas Burrow 

George Rives marr. 
Benja. Harrison Esq. 
Clemt. Hancock 

James Mason marrd. 
Wyatt Harper 
Wyatt Harper 



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Jordan Knight 
John Mason 
Silvs. Stokes 
Amos Love 
Robt . Armstrong 
Jno. Freeman 
Jno. Knight 
Philip Burrow 

same 
Jno. Nicolson 
Wm. Heath 
Edwd. Powell 



Richard Knight 
Richd. Mason 
Hartwell Freeman 
Amie Farrington 
Mary Armstrong 
Charlotte Freeman 
Susanna Bell 
Henry Burrow 
Wm. Burrow 
Tho. Smith 
Rebecca Heath 
Andw. & Sally Lister 



John Knight 
James Mason 
Joel Freeman 
Robt. Farrington 
Joseph Armstrong 
Arthr. Freeman 
Jno. Bell 
Wm. Burrow 

same 
Jno. Smith 
Adam Heath 
Andw. Lister 



GUARDIAN 
Levi Gilliam 

Thomas Morris 

Robert Pettway 

Jesse Jones 
Wm. Stuart 
James Ray 

Henry Gee 

Arthur Long 



ORPHANS DOCKET TO AUGUST COURT 1764 

ORPHAN OF WHOM 

Mary & Elizabeth Thomas Moore 
Moore 



Aug. 1764 
dism. 



Jno. , Mary S Eliz— Samuel Alsobrook retd. 
abeth Alsobrook 



Jno. , Mary Ann, & 
Elizabeth Mason 

Mary Jones 

Ann Mason 

Frances, Jno. ,8 
Peter Hawthorn 

Jno. , Rebecca, & 
Winifred Rieves 



Isaac Mason 

Richd. Jones 
Joseph Mason 
Peter Hawthorn 

John Rieves 

Robert Long 



George, Arthur, 
Britain, S Burrell 
Long 
William Heath Jr. Boyce Gee James Gee Jr. 



cont . 

dism. 
cont. 
ret. OR 

cont. 

ret. OR 

ret. OR 



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Robert Wynne 

Major Tillar 
David Mason 

John Jones 
Wm. Dobie 



Ann, Jno. , & Wm. 
Bobbett 



Thomas Bobbett ret. OR 



Benja. 8 Jno. Avent John Avent 

Tho. , Peter S Jams. John Avent 
Avent 



ret. OR 
ret. OR 



Martha & Lucy Binns Charles Binns cont. 



Robert Hancock 



Nicholas Partridge Wm. Mason 



Drury Barker 
Robert Rivers 
Jno. Nicolson 
Richd. Hay 

Burrell Banks 
Hamlin Freeman 

John Burrow 

Henry Burrow 

Aug. Claiborne 
Frederick Green 

Thomas Huson 
Jordan Knight 
John Mason 
Silvans. Stokes 
Amos Love 



Ann Thompson 
Thomas Hunt 
Robert Nicolson 



Robert Hancock ret. OR 

Joseph Mason dism. 

Ann Thompson ret. OR 

Thomas Hunt of age 

Jno. Nicolson cont. 



Fras. Marcus. & Ann Beedles Underwood ret . OR 
Underwood 



Sarah Mason 
Charles Freeman 



James Mason 



ret. OR 



Arthur Freeman Cstruck 

out] 



Wm. Henry Jno Jams Will Burrow dism. 
Susanna & Willie Burrow [Jno, Jams, Susanna 

struck out] 



Bethiah, Ann 8 
Mary Burrow 

Charles Harrison 

Wm. , Ben, Sarah 8 
Mary Hancock 

Frances Harper 

Richd. Knight 

Richard Mason 

Hartwell Freeman 

Amie Farrington 



Tho. Burrow 



dism. 



Benja. Harrison of age 
Clemt. Hancock retd. OR 



Wyatt Harper 




retd. 


OR 


John Knight 




dism. 




James Mason 




same 




Joell Freeman 




dism. 




Robt. Farringti 


on 


do. 





Robert Armstrong Mary Armstrong 



Joseph Armstrong cont. 



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John Freeman 

John Knight 
Philip Burrow 

Jno. Nicolson 
William Heath Jr. 
Edward Powell 

James Barker 

Absolom Tyus 
James Jones 
Wm. Dobie 
Richd. Carter 

1764 

Mary Briggs 
John Knight 
Benjamin Seaborn 

Elizabeth Tyus 
Paul Hartwell 
Joshua Winfield 



JUNE 

John Adkins 

AUGT. 

Phil. Burrow 



Henry Freeman Arthur Freeman 
[Charlotte Freeman struck out] 



S Bell 

Henry Burrow, Wm. 
Burrow 8 Jno. , Jams. 
Susanna Burrow 

Thomas Smith 

Rebecca Heath 

Andrew & Sally 
Lister 

Joell Davis & 
Chas. Davis 

Elizabeth Flowers 

Rachel Flowers 

Wm. Avent 



John Bell 
Wm. Burrow 

John Smith 
Adam Heath 
Andw. Lister 

Nathl. Davis 

David Flowers 

same 

John Avent 



Ann Lucy Rebecca & Richd. Carter 
Martha Carter 



Wm. Briggs 
James Ki ng 



Wm. Briggs 
John King 



Ann, Eliza,Phebe, John Shands 
Celia 8 Lucy Shands 

Jno. & Thomas Tyus Thos. Tyus 

Betty Hartwell Eliz Hartwell 

Charlotte Winfield Arthr. Freeman 
Freeman 



cont . 
dism. 

cont. 
dism. 
ret. OR 

dism. 

ret. OR 
ret. OR 
ret. OR 
dism. 



Tho. 8, Richard 
Toml ins on 



Richd. Tomlinson 



Wm. , Jno. , Henry, Wm. Burrow 
Jams. , Susanna & Willie 
Burrow 
Katherine Griffis Tho. Griffis Edwd. Griffis 



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1765 

JAN. 

Rebecca Jones Eliz. Edmds. Jones 

David Owen Webb Roland 

Nichs. liassenburg Elizabeth Flowers 



Edmds. Jones 
Jno. Roland 
David Flowers 



same 

FEB. 

Tho. Fritlow 



MCH. 

Jno. Rawlings 

Seymr. Powell 

Henry Ivie 

JULY 

Nathl . Jones 

GUARDIAN 
Levi Gilliam 

Thomas Morris 

Robert. Pettway 

Jesse Jones 
Wm. Stuart 
James Ray 

Henry Gee 

Arthur Long 



Martha & Lucy Binns Cha. Binns 



Tho. .Rebecca, & Ann Joshua Pritloe 
Frit lowe 



Sally & Amy Rawlings Jno. Rawlings Jr. 
John Gilliam Wm. Gilliam 

Mary Knight Jno. Knight 



Sarah J Becky & Si 11 ah Jams. Wallace 
Wallace 



OiyPHAN 

Mary & Elizabeth 
Moore 



OF WHOM 
Thomas Moore 



Aug. 1766 
dismt . 



Jno. , Mary & Elizabeth Samuel Alsobrook Ret. OR 
Alsobrook 



Jno. , Mary Ann & Eliz— Isaac Mason 
abeth Mason 



Mary Jones 
Ann Mason 



Richard Jones 
Joseph Mason 



Frances, Jno. & Peter Peter Hawthorn 
Hawthorn 



Jno. , Rebecca & 
Wenef rit Reeves 



John Rieves 



George, Arthur, Britain Robert Long 
& Burrell Long 



cent . 

disnt . 
cont . 
ret. OR 

cont . 

ret. OR 



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William Heath jr. Boyce Gee 



James Gee Jr. 



Robert Wynne 
Major Tiller 
David Mason 
John Jones 
William Dobie 



Ann Jno. S Wm. Bobbett Thomas Bobett 
Benja. 8 Jno. Avent John Avent 
Tho. , Peter, S Jas. Avent John Avent 



Martha & Lucy Binns 
Robert Hancock 



ret. OR 
ret. OR 
retd. OR 
retd. OR 
cont . 



Nicholas Patridge William Mason 
Drury Barker Ann Thompson 
Robert Rivers Thomas Hunt 
Jno. Nicolson Robert Nicolson 



Richard Hay 



Fras. , Marcus S Ann 
Underwood 



Charles Bins 

Robert Hancock retd. OR 

Joseph Mason dismt. 

Ann Thompson 

Thomas Hunt oF age 

Jno. Nicolson cont. 

Beedles Underwood retOR 



Burrell Banks Sarah Mason 
John Burrow 
Henry Burrow 



James Mason 



ret. OR 



Wm. Henry & Willie Burrow Will Burrow dismt. 
Bethiah Ann & Mary Burrow Thomas Burrow dismt. 



Augt. Claiborne Charles Harrison 



Benja. Harrison of 
age 



Frederick Green Wm. Ben Sarah & Mary Clemt. Hancock ret. OR 

Hancock 



Thomas Huson Frances Harper 
Jerdon Knight Richd. Knight 
John Mason Richard Mason 



Si Ivans. Stokes 
Amos Love 



Hartwell Freeman 
Arnie Farrington 



Robert Armstrong Mary Armstrong 



John Freeman 
John Knight 



Henry Freeman 
Silvas. Bell 



Wyatt Harper ret. OR 
John Knight dismt. 
John Mason same 
Joell Freeman dismt. 
Robt. Farrington d. 
Joseph Armstrong cont 
Arthur Freeman rt OR 
John Bell cont. 



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Philip Burrow 

Seymour Powell 
John Nicholson 
Nathl . Jones 
John Rollings 
James Jones 



Henry Burrow, Wm. Burrow, William Burrow dism 

S Jno. & Jams. SSusanna 

Burrow 



John Gilliam 

Thomas Smith 

The orphans 

Amy S Sally Rawlings 

Rachel Flowers 



Katharine GriFfis Thomas Griffis 



William Gilliam 
John Smith 
James Wall is 

David Flowers 
Edward Jones 



James Jones 
riary Briggs 
Thomas Pritloe 

Sarah Moore 

James Barker 
Edward Powell 



Elizabeth Edmunds Jones Edmunds Jones 



William Briggs 

Rebecca, Ann & Tho. 
P r i t i oe 

Martha, Rebecca & 
Sarah Moore 



William Briggs 
Joshua Pritloe 

Thos. Moore 



GUARDIAN 



Joell & Charles Davis 
Andrew 8 Sarah Lester 
ORPHANS DOCKET TO AUGUST COURT 1767 
ORPHAN OF WHOM 



Nathl. Davis 
Andrew Lester 



AUG . 1 768 



— omas Morris 

Robert Pettway 

Wm. Stuart 
James Ray 
Henry Gee 

Arthur Long 



John, Mary & Eliz. 
Alsobrook 

Jno. , Mary Ann 8 
Elizabeth Mason 

Ann Mason 

Peter Hawthorn 

Jno. , Rebecca & 
Winifred Rieves 



Samuel Alsobrook — 

Isaac Mason ret. OR 

Joseph Mason of age 
Peter Hawthorn — 

John Rieves ret . OR 



Geo. , Arthur, Britain Robert Long 
8 Burrell Long 



I 



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Robert Wynne 
Major Tillar 
David Mason 



Ann, Jno. & Wm. 
Bobbitt 



Thomas Bobbitt 



Jno. Avent John Avent 

[Benjamin Avent struck out] 

Tho. , Peter & James Jno. Avent 
Avent 



Nichs. Massenburg Martha S Lucy Binns Cha. Binns 



Wm. Dobie 
Nichs. Patridge 



Robt. Hancock 
Wm. Mason 



Mason Bishop > Ann Thompson 
[Drury Barker struck out] 



John Nicolson 
Richd. Hay 

Burrell Banks 
Jno. Burrow 

Henry Burrow 

Frederic Green 

Tho. Huson 
Jordon Knight 
John Mason 
Sil. Stokes 
Fred Green 
Robt. Armstrong 

John Freeman 
Jno. Knight 



Robert Nicolson 



Robt. Hancock 
Joseph Mason 
Ann Thompson 

Jno. Nicolson 



ret. OR 
of age 
ret. OR 
of age 

of age 
of age 

ret. OR 



Francis, Marcus 8> Ann Beedles Underwood re. OR 
Underwood 

Sarah Mason James Mason Gua. dead 

& ward md . 

Wm. Henry & Willie Wm. Burrow 

Burrow [whole entry struck out] 

Bethiah, Ann & Mary Thomas Burrow 

Burrow 



Wm. , Ben. , Sarah 8 
Mary Hancock 

Frances Harper 

Richard Knight 

Richd. Mason 

Hartwell Freeman 

Amie Farrington 

Mary Armstrong 

Henry Freeman 
Silvanus Bull 



Cleint. Hancock 



ret. OR 



Wyatt Harper 





Jno. Knight 


of age 


James Mason 


do. 


Joell Freeman 


dead 


Robt. Farrington 


rt. OR 


Jas. Armstrong 


all ran 




away 



Arthur Freeman 
Jno. Bell 



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Phiiip Burrow 

Seymour Powell 
John Nicolson 
Nathl . Jones 

John Rollings 
James Jones 
Katherine Griffis 
Jamesv Jones 
Mary Briggs 
Tho. Pritloe 

Sarah Moore 

CJa]mes Barker 
-ward Powell 
Wm. Pettway Jr. 
Jos. Dennis 
Wm. Leath 
Wm. Parham Jr. 
— ry Gilliam 

— m Andrews 

Avent 

Jinkins 

— rt Owen 
Roberts 



Wm, Jno. , Henry, Jams. , Wm. Burrow 
Susanna & Willie 
Burrow 



Jno. Gilliam 
Tho. Smith 



Wm. Gilliam 
Jno. Smith 



Sarah, Becky & Sillah James Wall is 
Wall is 



ret. OR 

ret. OR 
ret. OR 
ret. OR 



Amy 8 Salley Rawlings Jno.Rawlings Jr. ret . OR 

married 



Rachel Flowers 

Tho. Griffis 

Eliza Edmds. Jones 

William Briggs 

Rebecca, Ann, & Tho. 
Pritloe 

Martha, Rebecca & 
Sarah Moore 



David Flowers 
Edward Griffis 
Edmunds Jones 
William Briggs 
Jos. Pritloe 

Tho. Moore 



Joell 8 Cha. Davis Nathl. Davis 
Andrew & Sally Lister Andrew Lister 
Jno. Leath Jno. Leath 

Cell a Leath same 

Martha Leath same 



ret. OR 
ret. OR 

ret. OR 

ret. OR 
ret. OR 
ret. OR 



Mary, Eliza 8 Saml . 
Gill iam 



same 



Wm. Gilliam 



ret. OR 



James Lark Joseph Lark 

Benjamin Avent Jno. Avent ret. OR 

Tho. 8 Elizabeth Jenkins Jno. Jenkins 

Jno. 8 Tho. Tyus Tho. Tyus 

Benj . Roberts Will art Roberts 



I 



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GUARDIAN 
Thomas Morris 

Robert Pet t way 

James Roy 
Henry Gee 

Arthur Long 

Robert Wynne 

David Mason 
William Dobie 
John Nicolson 
Richard Hay 

Henry Burrow 

Frederick Green 
Thomas Huson 
Phillip Burrow 

John Nicolson 
James Jones 

John Rollings 



OEIPHANS DOCKET TO AUGUST COURT 1769 
ORPHANS OF WHOM 

Saml . Alsobrook. 



John Mary and Eliz. 
Alsobrook. 

John, Mary Ann & Eliz. 
Mason 

Peter Hawthorn 

John, Rebecca, & 
Winney Rieves 

George, Arthur, Britain 
8 Burl. Long 

Ann, John & William 
Bobbitt 

Peter & James Avent 

Robert Hancock 

Robert Nicolson 

Francis, Marcus & Ann 
Underwood 

Bethiah,Ann 8 Mary 
Burrow 

Ben & Mary Hancock 

Frances Harper 

Wi 1 1 iam, John, Henry, 
James, Susanna 8 Willie 
Burrow 

Thomas Smith 

Sarah, Becca 8 Cealia 
Wall is 

Amey 8 Sally Rollings 



Katharine GrifFis Thos. Griffis 



Isaac Mason 

Peter Hawthorn 
John Rieves 

Robert Long 

Thos. Bobbitt 

John Avent 
Robert Hancock 
John Nicolson 
Beedles Underwood 

Thomas Burrow 

Clement Hancock 
Wyatt Harper 
William Burrow 

John Smith oF age 
James Wal lis 

John Rawlings Jr. 
Edward GriFFis 



James Jones 



Elizabeth Edmunds Jones Edmunds Jones 



I 



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Mary Briggs 
Thomas Pritloe 

Sarah Moore 

James Barker 
Edward Powell 
William Pettway jr. 
Joseph Dennis 
William Parham Jr. 
Nary Gilliam 

Wi Hi am Andrews 
Thomas Avent 
David Mason 

Robert Owen 
Willutt Roberts 
William Mai one 
Joseph Bayley 
John Fort 
Ebenezar Sherman 
David Abernathy 
Lawrence Smith 
Thomas Hunt 
John Peters 
Ann King 
James Be 1 1 



William Briggs 

Rebecca, Ann & Thos. 
Pritloe 

Martha, Rebecca & Sarah 
Moore 

Joell & Charles Davis 

Andrew & Sally Lister 

John Leath 
Caelia Leath 

Sarah Leath 

Mary, Eliz. & Saml . 
Gilliam 

James Lark 

Benjamin Avent 

Thomas Jenkins & 
Eliz. Jenkins 

John 8 Thomas Tyus 

Benjamin Roberts 

Joell Threewitts 

John & Sarah White 

Phoebe Bell 

Suckey Griffis 

Ann Hunt 

Amey Cook 

Betsy Hunt 

Susanna Parker 

Richard & Sarah King 

Michael Hill 



William Briggs 
Joshua Pritloe 

Thomas Moore 

Nathl. Davis 

Andrew Lister 

John Leath 

same 

same 

William Gilliam 

Joseph Lark 
John Avent 
John Jenkins 

Thos. Tyus 
Willutt Roberts 
John Threewitts 
Benja. White 
Balaam Bell 
John GriFfis 
Thomas Hunt 
Reuben Cook 
Thomas Hunt 
Will am Parker 
Richd. King 
Michl. Hill 



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Silvanus Bell 
Joseph Simmons 
Gregory Rawlings 
David Jones 
John Dillihay 
Henry Andrews 
William Mines 
Henry Mitchell 

John Wingfield 
Jesse Williamson 
John Pennington 
1769 

William Bonner 
Thomas Rieves 
Matthew Parham 
John Sledge 
Thos. Whitfield 
John Alsobrook 
James Peters 
Edward Weaver 

1770 

Richard Blunt 
Richard Blunt 
Drury Partin 
Thomas Saunders 



Hartwell Freeman 

Judki ns Hunt 

John Long 

William Hunt 

Isaac Hill 

Ann Dinkins 

Susanna Hunt 

Ann, John & Tabitha 
Mitchell 

William S Ann Wingfield 

David Pennington 

Frederick Pennington 

Becca Tyus 

Ann Hunt 
John Leath 
Jane Whitfield 



Joell Freeman 
Joseph Simmons 
Edward Long 
Benjamin Hunt 
Michael Hill 
Thomas Dinkins 
Benj. Hunt 
Nathl. Mitchell 

John Wingfield 
Joseph Pennington 
same 

Absalom Tyus 
Thomas Hunt 
John Leath 
Matthew Whitfield 



William 8 Mary Whitfield Mat. Whitfield 
Mary White Benj. White 

Judith Parker Wm. Parker 



William, John & Sarah 
Cook 



Ann 8 Elizabeth Irby 
Andrew Lester 
Frederick Lilley 
Frances Harper 



Reubin Cook 



John Irby 
Andrew Lester 
Jno. Lilley 
Wyatt Harper 



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James Bell 
John Pettway 



Elizabeth & Mary Hill 

Ann.Tabitha 8 John 
Mitchell 



William Parham Angelica Leith 

Glaister Hunnicutt Rebecca Carter 

1771 

Reubin Rogers Joseph Rogers 



Michl. Hill 
Nathl. Mithcell 

John Leith 
Richd. Carter 

Reubin Rogers 



Nicholas Partridge Ann 8 Burrel Partridge Nichs. Partridge 



Nathaniel Duncan William Ray 



John Ray 



Priscilla Mitchell Rips, Frankey, Thomas & Henry Mitchell 

Tabitha Mitchell 



Ben Scaburn 
James Barker 
Tho. Avent 



Pheobe 8 Lucy Shands 
Charles Davis 
Benjamin Avent 



Jno. Shands 
Nathl. Davis 
Jno. Avent 



GUARDIANS DOCKET TO AUGUST COURT 1772 



GUARDIANS 
James Jones 
Joseph Dennis 
Wm. Pettuay 
John Rollings 
Silvanus Bell 
John Dillihay 
Elizabeth Wych 
John Alsobrooke 
John Ford 
Laurence Smith 
Rebecca Jones 



OEiPHANS 
orphans of James Wall is 
Celia Leath 
John Leath 



AUGT . 1 772 
Ret . OR 
do. 
do. 



Amey 8 Sally Rollings do. 

Hart ue 11 Freeman do. 

Isaac Hill do. 

Benja. 8 Peggy Wych do. 

Mary White do. 

Phebe Bell do. 

Wm. Briggs do. 

Elizabeth Edmunds Jones do. 



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Tho. Avent 
John Pennington 
Jesse Williamson 
Joseph Bailey 
Philip Burrow 

Ebenezer Shearman 
Thomas Pretloe 
James Bell 
Joseph Simmons 
Gregory Rollings 
Henry Andrews 
Wm. Hi nes 
John Winfield 
Wm. Bonner 
Tho. Rivers 



Benja. Avent 
Fred Pennington 
David Pennington 
Jno. 8 Hanna White 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Susanna, Jams. , & Willie do. 
Barrow 



Sucky Griffin 
Rebecca Pretloe 
Michael Hill 
Judkins Hunt 
John Long 
Ann Dinkins 
Susanna Hunt 
Wm. & Ann Winfield 
Becky Tyus 
Ann Hunt 



Nat hew Parham Cstruck out] 



John Sledge 
Tho. Whitfield 
James Peters 
Robt . Pettway 
Nathl. Duncan 
1770 



do. 
do. 

referr'd to be ctd. 



retd. 



Jane Whitfield 

Wm. & Mary Whitfield 

Judith Parker 

Isaac Masons orphans 

Wm. , John S Sarah Cooke 



Richd. Blunt 
Richard Blunt 
Drury Partin 



Ann & Eliz. Irby 
Andrew Lister 
Fred Lilly 



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Thomas Sanders 

James Bell 

John Pettway 

William Parham 

Glaister Hunnicutt 

1771 

Reubin Rogers 

Nicholas Patridge 

Nathl. Duncan 

Prisilla Mitchell 

Benjamin Seaburn 

James Barker 

William Bishop 

Tho. Llewellin 

Solomon Graves 

John Sands 

1772 

Hartwell Hines 

Wm. Mason 

same 

Peter Randall 

same 

Lewis Johnson 

Wm. Wilcox 

Elizabeth Carter 

Wm. Wilburn 



Francis Harper 

Elizabeth 8, Mary Hill retd. Sepr. 

Ann^Tabetha, 8 Jno. Mitchell 

Angelica Leath 8 Sarah Leath 

Rebecca Carter 

Joseph Rogers 

Ann & Burrell Patridge 

Wm. Ray 

Reps, Franky, Tho. & Tab. Mithcell 

Phebe & Lucy Shands 

Charles Davis 

Lewis Mithcell 

Britain Adams 

Reubin Griffis 

Sarah Moore 

Mary, Lucy, Tempe & Susanna Edmunds 

Elisabeth & Saml . Gilliam 

Wm. Gilliam 8 Cha. Gilliam 

Geo. 8 Martha Randall 

Ann, Lucy, Susanna 8 Elisabeth Randall 

Nathl. 8 Mary Stokes 

Nicholas, Mary, Charity 8 Brambles Patridge 

Sarah 8 Elizabeth Carter 

Sarah 8 Francis Wilburn 



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Peter Cain 

John Woodward Jr. 

Wm. Yarb rough 

William Wade 

Thomas Ezell 

Augt . 

Robert Jones 

Robert Jones 

The same 

Robert Tucker 
Mary Clary 
Nathl. Holt 
Micajah Cain 
old ones again 
James Ray 
Henry Gee 
Arthur Long 
Robt . Wynn 
David Mason 
Wm. Dobie 
John Nicolson 
Richd. Hay 
Henry Burrow 
Frederick Green 



Mat hew Wade 
Elizabeth Wade 
Thomas Wade 
Mary Wade 
Elizabeth Wilbur n 

Joell Threewitts 

Fred Jones, Edmd. Jones, & Wm. Jones orps. 
oF James Jones, deed. 

Howell , Ann, Richd. , Martha Myrack & Saml . 
Jones orps. of Richd. Jones 

Mary Ann Parham 

Tho. 8, Mary Clarey 

Rebecca Stokes 

Mary Burrow 

Peter Hawthorn 

John Rieves's orphans 

Robt. Longs orps. 

Tho. Bobbett's orps. retd. Sepr. 

Peter & James Avent 

Robert Hancock 

Robt. Nicolson 

Beedles Underwoods orps. 

Thomas Burrows orps. 

Ben & Mary Hancocke 



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Jno. Nicolson 
Catherine Griff is 
Edward Powell 
Wm. Andrews 
David Mason 
Robt. Owen 
Willett Roberts 
Joseph Bayley 
David Abernathy 
Laurence Smith 
Tho. Hunt 
John Peters 
Ann King 
Thomas Eskeridge 



Tho. Smith Cstruck. out] 
Thomas Griff is 
Sally Lister 
James Lark. 

Tho. & Eliz. Jenkins 
Jno. 8 Tho. Tyus 
Benjamin Roberts 
John & Sarah White 
Ann Hunt 
Amy Cooke 
Betsey Hunt 
Susanna Parker 
Richd. & Sarah King 
Joseph Penningtons orps. Retd. Sepr. 



QUERIES 

STREET. Mrs. Maxwell W. Brown (1434 Fairview, 
Greenville, MS 38701) can anyone furnish proof that Frances 
STREET who married the Rev. Leonard Baker 14 Nov. 1787 in 
Halifax, VA was the daughter of Joseph Street and Jane/ Jean 
Murry? 

Peggy B. Chapman (1503 47th, Lubbock, TX 79412) has anyone 
researched the shipwreck that occured off Lynnhaven Bay 3 Jan. 
1738/38? It carried 300 Protestant Switzers and left England 
August 1738. They "were coming to settle on the Southern 
boundaries of this colony. " The children of Col. Brown ("a 
Gentleman of Fortune, the Chief of this new Colony") were on 
board. Many had already died at sea and there was only about 90 
survivors. Account of this ship appears in the Virginia 
Gazette . No. 128, Williamsburg, Jan. 12, 1738/39, and No. 129. 
Were the De Toriano (Torian) and Gianano families on board? 

BRITTON. Nina Sadler Bell (19620 Bob-o-Link Drive, Miami, 
FL 33015) needs information on John BRITTON, b ca 1671 in 
England, d after 1705 in Henrico County, VA. 



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His wife's name was ? Jones. Son William, b. 1723 Henrico, VA 
married Ann Gadberry. Need information on her family. 

CLARK / SILLS. Niss Annie B. Wheelus (Rt. 2, Box 221, 
Phenix City, AL 36867) is seeking information on Travis CLARK 
and Richard SILLS. Richard SILLS and Charlotte CLARK were 
married in Greensville County on 24 November 1791. Travis 
CLARK, father of Charlotte, gave his consent. 

THOMAS. Hiss Glenna L. Deal (6040 Belpree Rd. , Apt. H-385, 
Amarillo, TX 79106) searching for parents and marriage of Joseph 

THOMAS and wife Alice , born ca. 1690, Isle of Wight or 

Nasemond Co. , VA, died 1735 Bertie Co. , NC. My line is Joseph, 
d. 1735; Joseph, d. 1758, Bertie Co. ; Joseph L. Thomas, b. 1747, 
d. 1819, Chatham Co. , NC; Martin Thomas, d. 1834-1840, Moore 
Co. NC. 

IVY/JONES/TURNER/WILLIAMSON/CRUMP/HOLLADAY. Faith G. 
Flythe (52 Park St. #2, Exeter, New Hampshire 03833) needs wife 
of Jesse JONES d. 1789 Southampton Co. , VA. Jesse father of 
Allen JONES who married Jennet TURNER Clifton 1801 dau. of Wm. 

TURNER and (possibly a Peterson) of Greensville and 

Brunswick Cos. Need any info. Benjamin IVY m. Elizabeth Jones 
c. 1824. Elizabeth Jones Ivy had 1) Elizabeth Jones Ivy m. John 
James Crump 1844 2) Nancy Ann Ivy (illeg. dau. — probable 
father Benjamin WILLIAMSON) m. Jesse HOLLADAY 1855 Hertford 
Co. ,NC> 

OWEN/PIGG. Irene Cook (Route 2, Box 209N, Longview, TX 
75605). Were John OWEN and Elizabeth Nichols, Halifax Co., VA 
the parents of William OWEN who married Edith PIGG 24 Feb. 1769 
Pittsylvania Co. , VA? William's will dated 23 Nov. 1800, Wilkes 
Co. , NC names children John Holland, Sally, Hezekiah Pigg, 
David, Nancy, Obediah Woodson, Thomas Tabb. 

LUCAS/TOMLINSON/SCOGGIN/BELL/COOK/COLLIER/ ANDERSON. Mrs. 
James F. Tomlinson (1165 Park Avenue, New York City 10128) asks 
was Mildrid Lucas of Albemarle Parish, Sussex, Va. (godmother of 
Jonas Scoggin, born 16 Dec. 1759, son of Nicholas— Betty; James 
Bell-Mildrid named a daughter born 4 Jan. 1768 Mildrid Lucas) 
related to John Tomlinson (Jr. ) who died 6 April 1781—24 Jan 
1782 Greensville Co. , Va. , or his wife Susanna? John Lucas was 
listed near William Tomlinson in Greensville 1785. ( The 
Southside Virginian III: 67. ) John Tomlinson 's will named 
children Lucas, John, David, James, Nathan, Nathaniel, William, 
Mildred, Elizabeth Cook, Mary Collier, Sarah Anderson, Pherebe 
(Collier); witnesses Williams Sykes, Tomlinson, Wrenn. 
(Greensville Will Book 1:8. ) Most of these later were in 
Lancaster Co. , S. C. , Putnam Co. , GA and Stewart Co. , TN. Will 
try to answer queries about Virginia Tomlinsons, given copies of 
original data, family group sheets, SASE. No knowledge of 
Scoggin, Bell. 



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Volume 6 October 1388 Number 4 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 145 

FROM THE EDITORS/BOOK REVIEWS 146 

TRAYLOR NOTES 147 

SOME BURIALS AT ROUND HILL METHODIST CHURCH, EMPORIA 148 

A SYKES-HARRIS-WOMMACK CONNECTION 150 

BRUNSWICK JUDGMENTS 1782 NO. 1 ' 152 

INDEX TO WILLS OF SUEtRY COUNTY. 1800-1900 156 

LUNENBURG COUNTY DEED BOOK 1 168 

THE BOON FLY BIBLE 170 

ENOCK FLY BIBLE 171 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY REMOVALS, 1790-1806 172 

A BARHAM BIBLE 174 

LIST OF INSOLVENTS IN NANSEMOND COUNTY, 1785 175 

QUERIES 177 

INDEX 178 

L)mdon H. Hart, J. Christian Kolbe, Editors 
Graphics by Bobby Sheppard 
Copyright 1988 



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Records of Estates. Northaiig>ton Co. . NC. Vol 2. 1792—1816 . by 

David B. Gammon. 99 pages, excluding complete index, soft 
bound. When compiling this book on a county with a Virginia 
border and many Virginia associations, the author examined 3 
minute books and 2 docket books for references to estate 
records. He has abstracted the estate records from these 
volumes (which contain much information of interest, but are 
often neglected), as well as records of apprenticeship and 
base— born children. Records of divisions and settlements are 
numerous. The information has been arr-anged alphabetically by 
the name of the decedent within each of the volumes examined. 
This is an excellent work and complements the author's previous 
works on this county. To order: David B. Gammon, 119 Brooks 
Ave., Raleigh, NC 27607. The price is $16.50, plus $1.50 for 
handling. (NC residents add 5% sales tax. ) 

Records of Estates. Warren Co.. NC. Vol.1. 1780-18Q5 . by David 
B. Gammon. 101 pages, excluding index, spiral bound. The author 
has expanded the area in which he works, moving west along the 
Virginia border to Warren Co. While the area is new, he 
continues his tradition of thorough, high quality work. He has 
examined 5 minute books and 9 docket books, and he has 
abstracted all references to estates, apprenticeships, and 
base-born children. A useful complement to Mrs. Kerr's will 
and deed abstracts. To order: David B. Gammon, 119 Brooks Ave. , 
Raleigh, NC 27607. The price is $16.50, plus $1.50 handling. NC 
residents add 5% sales tax. 



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TRAYLOR NOTES 
By Faye Royster Tuck. 



Hal if ax C oun ty. Virginia. Deed Book. 12 page 40 . June 15, 1780. 

Edward Garlington, Grantor, of Halifax Co. , Va. , and William 
Traylor, Grantee, of Dinwiddle (Dinwiddle) Co. , Va. for a tract on 
Butterhames Camp Branch in the County of Halifax, Va. 
Halif ax Co. . Va. Deed Book 13 page IB . Nay 20,1784. 

Sarah Banks, widow and relict of Thomas Banks, dec'd, sold 
to John Chappell a tract of land of 350 acres. It said that John 
Banks, Sarah Banks, Narmaduke Stanfieid and William Taylor of 
Halifax Co. , Va. are firmly bound unto John Chappell of Halifax Co. 
Halifax Co. . Va. Plea Book 21 page 224. 1803. 

Thomas Traylor, adm. and one of the legatees of William 
Trayler, dec'd, plaintiff, in chancery against: 
James Brooks and his wife, Betsey Traylor. 
William Traylor. 

John Banks and his wife, Sarah Traylor. 
Randolph Traylor, 
Hiraim Traylor 
Champion T. Traylor. 

Paskel Traylor, dec'd, his sons & heirs, Reubin 8 Paskel Traylor. 
Edward Traylor. 

Dunston Banks and his wife, Polly Traylor. 
Thomas Banyan and his wife, Milly Traylor. 
Heirs S legatees of William Trayler, dec'd. 
H alifax Co. . Va. Deed Book 14 page 178 . Jan. 13,1787. 



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W.illiam Traylor, Sen. , of Wilkes Co. , Georgia., one part and 
John Salmon of Halifax Co. , Va. , the other part. A tract of land 
in Halifax Co. on the North side of But ram Camp Branch, 32 acres 
on Boyd's line, John Salmon's line, Poyner's line. Witnesses were 
John Compton, Edward Buckley, James Hill. 



SOME BURIALS AT ROUND HILL METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, 

EMPORIA, VIRGINIA 

Copied by: Mrs. C. R. Levet 
Submitted by: Christine Levet Gerbel 



WILLIE J son of 
J B S M E BENNETT 
21 Aug 1858 
8 Aug 1889 

WILLIAM W CATO 

1805-1873 

Wife 

MARTHA AJ'^N WYCHE 

1808-1880 

HUNT TOMB 

ELLA W CATO 

29 Oct 1842 

18 Oct 1900 

Capt. WILLIAM FRANCIS 

20 July 1832 

2 Aug. 1896 

JOHN H CATO 

1852-1920 

Wife 

LUCY M ROBINSON 

1857-1877 

SUSAN JARRATT 

DEAKENS 
1838-1890 

LYCURYRUS LAFAYETTE 

DEAKENS 
1838-1910 



GAJblNER 
Father 
JAMES M 
1829-1898 

Brothers 
WALTER J 
1855-1894 



Mother 

ELIZABETH W JOHNSON 

1832-1891 



RICHARD H 
1874-1889 
Children of JOHN L & MOLLIE L 

GARNER 
JOHN T Jr Infant 
1890-1891 1888 



SUE V HARRIS 

wife of 
JOHN H RICHARDSON 

died 
Dec 20,1916 
age 62 years 

PETER B HAWKINS 
Died 3 June 1688 
age 65 years 

OLIN CATO HUNT 
wife of 
B H PERKINS 
17 Nov 1872 
12 May 1898 

LILEY RICHARDSON JONES 
Nov 13, 1878 
Jan 18,1896 



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E V ELLIS rPatherl 
Feb 20, 1859 
Aug 12, 1891 



GEORGE JARRAD 
Sept 26,1865 
Oct 15,1894 



SARAH ELLEN 
wife of 
R J GREEN 
30 April 1874 
19 Sept 1898 

MARY E CATO 
26 Sept 1834 
14 Nov 1887 



KING FAMILY TOHB 

JOHN N son of 

J T and A N KELLY 

16 Aug 1880 

28 Oct 1901 Wives of R H KING 

JAMES MONROE 

Born Feb 23,1895 

Died 
May 27, 1836 



JOSEPHINE FOEID 
26 AUG 1846 
6 JAN 1890 

ALBERTA N TA^'LOR 

19 Apr 1853 

11 Dec 1911 

SARAH C dau of 
R H S M E KING 
8 July 1881 

12 June 1882 

ROBERT H son of 
R H & M E KING 
28 Dec 1894 

20 Apr 1896 



DAVID R NEWSOM 

29 Aug 1844-9 Aug 1896 

ELLEN V WYCHE 

wife of DAVID NEWSOM 

19 Apr 1850-17 Jan 1908 

JOSEPH M RITTENHOUSE 
Born Feb 17,1861 
Aug 29,1892 

TYUS 

MILTON 

25 Dec 1884-10 July 1976 

ANNIE MASON 4 Dec 1886- 

JANE MOORE TURNER 
22 Mar 1840 
13 Jan 1890 



JOHN JAMES MOORE 
14 July 1810 
Feb 1884 

JAMES MATTHEW MOORE 

7 Sept 1847 

1883 



H ATT IE SUE WALTON MOORE 
6 Dec 1870 
15 June 1908 

HESTER JANE POWELL MOORE 
Oct 1836 
31 Aug 1911 



MOTHER 
LUCY A S 

Wife of P E WEAVER 
Born Feb 18, 1841 
Died Sept 26, 1896 
age 48 years 

FATHER 
PETER F WEAVER 
Born Nov 25, 1834 
Died Jan 24, 1907 

ISAAC H WALTON 
June 29.1844 
Jan 9, 1873 



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JOSEPHINE JANE nOORE 
3 Nar 1895 
8 May 1894 

BENJAMIN WARNER MOOEiE 
26 Dec 1861 
July 1883 

UILLIAM HORACE MOORE 
29 June 1865 
16 Aug 1951 



FREDERICK WENDEL 

died 
April 13,1893 

aged 

58 years - 6 months -5 days 

CATHERENA WENDEL 

died 
July 6, 1898 

aged 

59 years — 7 months — 5 days 



HORACE WALTON MOORE 
4 Aug 1905 
4 May 1971 



A SYKES-HARRIS-WOMMACK CONNECTION 
By L. H. Hart 



Richard Sykes, orphan of Bernard Syk.es (deceased by 1718) chose 
his guardian in 1718 (Prince George Co. Order Book 1714 - 20, page 
204). He purchased land in Isle of Wight County from Joseph Rives 
(Isle of Wight Co. Deed Book 4, page 119). This land adjoined John 
Peterson, Nathaniel Perry, the Dutchman's Meadou and fell into 
Brunswick County ujhen the boundary lines changed in 1732. 

Richard Sykes died intestate in 1734 in Brunswick County when 
his inventory was returned (Brunswick Co. Deeds and Wills No. 1, 
page 108). Francis Harris was granted administration on the estate 
(Brunswick Co. Order Book 1, page 56) and returned the inventory ( 
Ibid, page 59). There is no record of any child in the order book, 
but separate orphan's books were kept at that time and few survive. 
It was also customary to grant administration to the widow or nesct 
of kin. 

Francis Harris patented land in Isle of Wight County in 1733 
(Patent Book 15, page 45). He died testate in Brunswick Co. by June 
5, 1746 (Brunswick Co. Will Book 2, page 116). He mentions his wife 
Julyanah, his daughter Mary, his brother Simon, his sister Patience 
Cater CCatoJ , and names several nephews and neices. His daughter 
Mary is given the land he lives on and 3 slaves: Jack, Cate, Jimmy, 
and his wife is made executrix. 



William Wom(m)ack and wife Julianna return the will. There is 
a deed of gift from William Wommack to his son-in— law Cstep— son] 
Benjamin Sykes in January 1746/7 (Brunswick Co. Deed Book 3, page 
273). William and/or Julianna Wommack are involved in several deeds 
as witnesses and/or parties with William Blunt and wife Mary (Bute 



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Co. Deed Book. 6, p. 306) and John Person (Brunswick Co. Deed Book 8, 
p. 499). William Blunt and wife Mary of Southampton County sell in 
1778 land patented by Francis Harris (Brunswick Co. Deed Book 13, 
page 108). It is noted that William Blunt married Mrs. Mary Person 
on 24 February 1756 (Southampton Co. Marriage Register, page 2). 
She was the widow of Henry Person who died intestate in 1754 
(Southampton Co. Will Book 1, page 291). Slaves named Jack, Cate, 
Jim are found in Henry Person's inventory. There was only one child 
of Henry and Mary Person- John Person— who died testate in 
Southampton County in 1773 (Southampton Co. Will Book 3, page 69). 
His main heir was William Blunt and the witnesses to his will 
included William and Juliana Womack. William and Mary Blunt had 4 
children: William of Southampton Co., Ann Wright of Southampton, 
Rebecca Mason— Hardaway of Sussex, and Mary Blunt. 

Returning to Benjamin Sykes, he sold to William Parham in 1757 
(Brunswick Co. Deed Book 6, page 158) land in Brunswick County 
adjoining Dutchman's Meadow, John Peterson, Nathaniel Perry. This 
is land that Richard Sykes had purchased. Benjamin Sykes died 
testate in Greensville County in 1801 (Will Book 1 page 419). His 
will nairaBs the following children: William, John, Benjamin, Mary 
Massey, Julianna Crump, Charlotte Mitchell. His daughter Mary 
Massey moved to Edgefield County, S. C. ; his daughter Charlotte 
Bass-Mitchell-Peters moved first to Northampton County, N. C. and 
finally to Lowndes County, I^; his daughter Julianna Crump moved to 
Northampton County, N. C. His sons Benjamin and William died in 
Greensville County, but their children moved to AL and MS. His son 
John died without issue in 1809 (Greensville Co. Deed Book 4, pp. 
161,165). 

Julianna Wommack last appears in 1773 and it is not determined 
whether the William Wommack who died in Greensville County in 1802 
(Greensville Co. Will Book 1, page 462) is the same man. 



To Summarize: 



1st generation Julianna married 1) Richard Sykes 2) Francis 

Harris 3) William Wommack 

2nd generation Benjamin Sykes married Alice [Wren?] 

Mary Harris married 1) Henry Person 2) William 
Blunt 



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3rd generation William Sykes married Burchett Lundy Turner 

John Sykes 

Benjamin Sykes mari'ied Mary Rives 
Mary Sykes married James Massey 
Julianna Sykes married Richard Crump 

Charlotte Sykes married 1) Burgess Bass 2) 

Mitchell 3) Henry Peters 

John Person 

William Blunt married Elizabeth Norfleet 

Ann Blunt married 1) Jesse Drew 2) William Wright 

Rebecca Blunt married 1) Littleberry Mason 2) John 

Hardauay 

Mary Blunt 



BRUNSWICK JUDGMENTS 1782 No. 1 
by Susan Bracey Sheppard 



To the worshipful court of Brunswick County Sitting in Chancery 
humbly complaining. 

Sheweth unto your worships your oratrix Elizabeth Davis an 
infant of tender years by John Roper (Rosser?) her next friend That 
a certain William Wallis (?) of the parish of Martins Brandon and 
county of Prince George being was seised and possessed in fee simple 

of a certain tract or parcel of land containing three hundred and 
sixty five acres and being so seised and possessed (illegible word 
marked out here) departed this life about the year (blank in MS. ) 
having first made his last will and testament in writing bearing 
date tlie third day of August one thousand seven hundred and thirty 
&ix wherein amongst other devises is the following ones 1 give and 
bequeath to William Davis living on the South side of Meherin River 
being a child I brought up one hundred acres of land on the South 



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side of Meherin River where the said Davis is now living to him and 
his heirs for ever Also I give and bequeath unto John Davis son of 
the above said William Davis all the remainder tract of my land at 
Meherin River both high 8 low grounds which is two hundred & sixty 
five acres to him and h j s heirs for ever, which said will is 
recorded in the county court of Prince George reference being 
thereto had may more fully appear Your oratorix farther Sheweth 
that the said William Davis possessed himself of the said land and 
continued to live thereon until the twenty eighth day of March 
one thousand seven hundred and seventy three at which time he 
departed this life having first made his last will S testament in 
writing dated the said twenty eighth day of March one thousand seven 
hundred and seventy three wherein he devises to his son William 
Davis the said one hundred acres of land in fee simple which said 
will is recorded in the court of this county Cillegible words 
crossed out!] to which your oratrix for greater certainty refers 

Your oratrix farther sheweth that William Davis the last mentioned 
devisee possessed himself of the said one hundred acres of land and 
soon after departed this life intestate leaving Mary his widow and 
your oratrix his only child whereby the said one hundred acres of 
land descends to your oratrix as sole heiris to the said William 
Your oratrix farther Sheweth that the said one hundred acres of 
land hath not been Severed from the remaining two hundred and sixty 
five acres bequeathed as aforesaid to John Davis by the will of the 
above named William Wall is and that She hath in a friendly manner 
made application to the said John requesting him to lay of tf3 her 



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one hundred acres as by the will of the said William Wallis is 
directed But nou so it is [?1 may it please your worships that 
the said John Davis refused pretending that as your oratrix is an 
infant of tender years the same [?J will not be obligatory without 
the decree of this worshipful court In tender consideration whereof 
and for that your oratrix is remediless in the premissis by the 
strict t 1 of the common [?] law and only relievable in this 
worshipful court To the end therefore that the said John Davis may 
in his corporal oath full true and perfect answer make to all and 
singular the alligations of this bill as fully and particularly as 

if the same were herein again repeated and intt 3 gated and that 
your v;orships act, decree and order that proper persons do lay of Cf] 
8 sever from the said two hundred & sixty five acres your oratrix 's 
one hundred acres & make report thereof to your worships or that you 
will make such farther decree in the premisses as shall be agreeable 
to equity S good conscience. May it please your worships Sc 

The answer of John Davis to the Bill of Complaint of Elizabeth Davis 
complainant 

This defendant now and at all times hereafter saving and 
reserving to himself all advantgage of exceptions to the manifold 
imperfections and blemishes in the complainants said bill contained 
For answer unto or to so much thereof as he is advised is material 
for him to make answer unto he answereth and saith That the 
allegations respecting the wills of William Wallace and William 



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Dcivis are true and that William Davis father to the complainant 
has also departed this life intestate and that he is willing that 
partition of the lands in the bill named may be made by Just 
persons as this worshipful court shall direct without that, that 

&c 

his 
John (x) Davis 

Mark 
Sworn to before me 

this 24th[?l day of May 

1778 Tho. Stith [This part is preceded by a plat] 

Brunswick County [ ] 

We the Subscribers being sworn, have Divided and laid off from 

the Land of John Davis, one hundred acres unto Elizabeth Davis 

orphan and Heiress of William Davis deceased, agreeable to the last 

Will and Testament of William Wallis deceased, and allotted unto 

Mary Davis widow of the said William Davis deceased, her Dower in 

the said one hundred acres of Land, according to the above plot. 

In obedience to a Decree of Brunswick County Court. Witness our 

Hands this ninth Day of November 1779. 

Tho. Stith 

James Tomlinson 

Eads Smith 

Archibald DunceyC?! 



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INDEX TO WILLS OF SURRY COUNTY, 1600-1900 
by Dori3 Stone 



The following is an alphabetical index to Surry County 
Wills. The page and. date of the wills are included. Also 
included is a break, down, by will book and real number, for 
those reels which are available on Interlibrary Loan from the 
Virginia State Library and Archives. 

Will Book 1, 1792-1804, Reel 8; Wills, etc. , 2, 1804-1815, 

Wills, etc. 3, 1815-1821, Reel 9; Wills, etc. 4, 1822-1827, 

Wills, etc. 5, 1827-1830, Reel 10; Wills, etc. 6, 1830-1834, 

Wills, etc. 7, 1834-1840, Reel 11; Wills, etc. 8, 1840-1845, 

Wills, etc. 9, 1845-1852, Reel 12; Wills, etc. 10, 1852-1863, 

Wills, etc. 11, 1864-1875, Reel 13; Circuit Court Will Book, 

1809-1870, Reel 14. 

date 



page 

ADATiS, Patrick H. 201 
Sarah P. 334 
William 289 

ADDISON, Missouri 335 

ALEXANDER. May 447 



page 



ANDREWS, 




Bartholomew 


407 


Beauf ord 


467 


Benjamin 


113 


Charity 


462 


Henry 


102 


John 


125 


Lucy 


301 


Martha 


684 



1818 


ATKINSON, 




1874 


Benjamin 


491 


1818 


Elizabeth 


257 


1874 


AVRISS, John 


435 


1800 


BADGETT, Mary 


442 




BAGE, John 


327 


1833 


William J. 


478 


1860 






1847 


BAGNALL. 




1820 


Martha J. 


108 


1835 






1806 


BAILEY, Adeline 


176 


1816 


Ansel m 


1 


1840 


August i ne 


82 



ARMISTEAD, John 469 

ATKINS, Mary E. 185 
Timothy 304 



1860 

1880 
1871 



Elizabeth 587 

Elizabeth 227 

George A. 186 

Jane 96 

Joseph G. 202 



date 

1801 
1824 

1800 

1800 

1849 
1888 

1877 

1879 
1815 
1853 
1803 
1841 
1880 
1847 
1807 



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BAILEY. Lemuel 


105 


1816 


BERRYMAN, 






Margaret 


359 


1884 


Nathaniel , Sr . 


5 


1822 


Philip of 






Nathaniel 


211 


1841 


I of W 


276 


1898 


Robert W. 


111 


1891 


Rebecca 


318 


1818 








Richard H. L. 


213 


1823 


SEVAN, George 


205 


1831 


Robert 


142 


1823 


John 


168 


1827 


Thomas 


38i 


1832 








William Sr. 


331 


1 828 


BILBRO, Bernard 


472 


1826 


BAIRD, A. P. 


362 


1885 


BISHOP, George 


264 


1856 








Henry 


438 


1800 


BANKS, Polly 


151 


1832 


Harmon 


594 


1814 








Henry P. 


67 


1865 


BARHAM, Bur we 11 


495 


1826 


Herbert, nunc. 


444 


1837 


Charles 


428 


1825 


James 


116 


1822 


Joseph, Sr. 


214 


1823 


Joshua 


714 


1804 


James 


164 


1835 


Joshua J. 


185 


1827 


Thomas 


369 


1885 


Thomas 


223 


1832 


BARLOW, Gary 


500 


1813 


BLIZZARD, Merit 


380 


1900 


James 


366 


1800 








James 


455 


1800 


BLOW, Lucy 


267 


1808 








Robert 


125 


1893 


BARNES, Catherine 


463 


1887 


Thomas R. 


121 


1806 


Seward J . 


337 


1890 














BLUNT, Richard 


367 


1300 


BARTLE, John 


400 


1811 


Thomas 


250 


1828 


BATTS, Harr 


633 


1603 


BOOTH, Beverly 


569 


1833 








Mary D. 


188 


1830 


BEDINGFIELD, Sally 


310 


1818 














BOWDOIN, John T. 


485 


1821 


BELL , Ann 


205 


1809 








Benjamin, Sr. 


510 


1821 


BRADNACK, 






Benjamin 


548 


1829 


William T. 


203 


1894 


Binns B. 


60 


1853 








Fielden 


518 


1813 


BEiADBY, 






Jacob 


215 


1808 


John Allen 


545 


1302 


Jane 


497 


1812 








Jemimah 


599 


1814 


BRANCH, Jeffrey 


366 


1882 


Martha 


245 


1824 








John H. 


593 


1826 


BROADNAX, 






Sarah 


305 


1871 


Samuel , nunc. 


346 


1810 


Samuel R. 


286 


1848 


BROWN I E], 






BENNETT, Mary 


128 


1823 


Benjamin E. 


371 


1319 


James 


259 


18G9 


Benjamin 


515 


1851 


Jesse 


425 


1825 


Isham 


24 


1805 


William 


474 


1812 


James 


103 


1806 








Jesse 


35 


1647 








John 


554 


1802 



i 



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BROWN r El, John T 


. b26 


1838 


CHEATHAM, James 


355 


1828 


Lucret ia 


16 


1815 


Joseph 


282 


1857 


Mary 


363 


1885 


Nancy A. 


126 


1878 


Naincy 


3&9 


1843 








Sarah 


201 


1807 


CLANTON, 






Susan S. 


462 


1860 


William H. 


500 


1851 


Thomas 


4 74 


1850 


CLARKtE] , 






BRUCE . James 


583 


1803 


Benjamin 






James 


13 


1808 


(Sup. Ct. Bk 


. )59 


1847 








Fanny 


118 


1822 


BRYANT , 






Fielding 


182 


1847 


Jesse U. P 


. 280 


1817 


Etheldred 


664 


1803 


Eliziabeth 


G. 44 


1863 


Henry 


101 


1854 


Haml 1 n 


189 


1855 


James S . 


256 


1871 








Juliet A. 


65 


1876 


BURT, Mary 


483 


1850 


Martha 


475 


1820 


Thomas N. 


291 


1836 


Patrick H. 


41 


1846 


William S. 


127 


1879 


Polly 


278 


1883 








Rebecca B. 


313 


1824 


BYRD, Joseph 


206 


1808 


Willi am 


616 


1838 








William 


4 76 


1826 


CANADA, Jones 


566 


1833 


Willis 


338 


1875 


CARRELL, 






CLARY, 






Charles (Carroll 


)286 


1848 


Martha A. 


293 


1342 


Drury 


213 


1831 








James 


76 


1846 








John 


383 


1832 


CLATON, 






Thomas 


207 


1823 


Hannah 


366 


1837 


CARSLEY. 












August, in 


275 


1824 


CLAY! ON, 






Edmund 


666 


1803 


Charlotte 


344 


1899 


James K. 


47 


1846 


Cherry 


578 


1862 


Lucy 


418 


1820 








CARTER, William 


576 


1802 


CLEMENTS, 






William 


418 


1860 


Wi Hi am 


2 79 


1857 


GARY, Mary 


720 


1804 


CLINCH, James 


87 


1815 








John 


416 


1819 


chari.es. 






Mary 


58 


1805 


George K. 


254 


1868 


Mary 
William, 


88 


1815 


CHARITY, David 


364 


1819 


Jr. 


531 


1802 


Henry 


466 


iSOl 


Wj 11 iam. 






Lucy 


516 


1838 


Sr. 


533 


1802 


Squire 


332 


1836 














COCHRAN, William 


199 


1816 


CHAPPELL, Braxton 


57 









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COCKCEIS.W. T. 


. 65 


1890 DAVIS, Archibald 


Sr. 


299 


1832 


Ann 


545 


1813 


Archibald 




115 


1847 


Ann H. 


527 


1338 


Dawson 




429 


1850 


Allen 


570 


1802 


Dolphin 




234 


1808 


Benjamin 


2A7 


1824 


Hannah 




242 


1808 


Be n J ami n 


494 


182B 


James, Sr. 




527 


1802 


John 


223 


1841 


John, Sr. 




413 


1819 


Lucy A. B. 


577 


1838 


John 




409 


1825 


Mary 


250 


1836 


Lemuel 




467 


1812 


Peyton S. 


233 


1832 


Madison 




19 


1888 


Richard, <fr. AVI 


1801 


Margaret 




379 


1832 


Richard H. 


.495 


1833 


Mark Davies 


315 


1828 


Walter 


728 


1804 


Nicholas Davies, 






William 


412 


1819 


Sup. Ct. 


Bk. 


35 


1826 


Wyatt 


33 


1835 


Lucy 
Powhatan 




343 
372 


1810 
1887 


COFER, 






Robert He! 


nry 


334 


1849 


Matthew, nunc 208 


1841 


Samuel 




3 


1822 


Thomas 


712 


1804 


Thomas 
Uilie 




369 
380 


1800 
1832 



C0G6IN, 










Delphia 243 


1808 


DEBORIX, Henry 


357 


1810 


Micajah 626 


1803 








Thomas 592 


1814 


DEBRIX, John 


384 


1832 






Mao or 


410 


1836 


COLLIER, 










Dolly 123 


1806 


DERRIN6, Jaraes. Sup. 






Elizabeth 115 


1822 


Ct. Bk. 


1 


1809 


Elizabeth E. 369 


1843 


James 


618 


1863 


Rebecca 562 


1833 








COOPER. 




DEWEll, 






Frederick 80 


1806 


Hannah 


38 


1806 


Jonathan W. 329 


1384 


Henry 


96 


1330 






Richard 


470 


1820 


CORNWELL, 




Richard 


333 


1875 


William 76 


1815 


William 


154 


1816 


COUNCIL. Mary 114 


1891 


DOUGLAS, 






CRAFF0RD,Mary 467 


1826 


James 


502 


1826 






Margaret 


2 


1315 


CRAWLEY, Doisey401 


1819 


DREW. 






CRITTENDEN.. 




Elizabeth 


17 


1805 


Robert 491 


1321 


Mary 


366 


1900 


CROCKER, Francesiei 


1867 


DREWRY, 










Richard 


315 


1818 


CRYER, William 273 


1824 












EALY, John 


96 


1806 



-160- 



EDWARDS, 






F.AULCON, 






Davis 


311 


1637 


Nicholas 


487 


1826 


James 


521 


1801 


Sally 


109 


1840 


James 


271 


1832 & 
1836 


Walter 


425 


1820 


John, nunc up 


300 


1837 


FAISON, 






John W. 


175 


1379 


Alexander 


310 


1871 


Newet 


574 


1802 


Mary W. 


338 


1842 


Richiard H. 


562 


1838 


, 






Sarah C. 


20 


1888 


FINCH, 






Skeiton 


505 


1813 


John W. 


131 


1831 


William H. 


387 


1859 


William H. 


88 


1827 


William N. 


320 


1872 


FITCHETT, 






ELLIS, Benjamin 


443 


1811 


John R. 


17 


1852 


Boiling 


321 


1872 


Nancy J. 


587 


1863 


Cornelius H. 


.270 


1857 


Randolph 


595 


1827 


David 


234 


1882 








Jonathan 


133 


1827 


FREELAND. 






John 


464 


1812 


Abraham 


192 


1816 


Joseph 


637 


1839 


Mary Ann 


125 


1835 


Mike 


60 


1890 


Nancy 


122 


18 78 


Richard 


316 


1828 


William, nunc 


. 72 


1834 


Sally 


337 


1837 








Sarah 


174 


1866 


GALE, 






Samuel 


6 


1815 


Elizabeth 


182 


1855 


Stephen 


252 


1856 








Susanna 


117 


1822 


GAULT, John A. 


226 


1848 


Thomas, Jr. 


143 


1816 








Thomas B. 






GENT, William H. 


256 


1624 


Sup. Ct. Bk. 


, 21 


1821 














GEORGE, Carroll 


J. 331 


1837 


ELLET(ELulOTT), 






GIBBS, 






Nancy 


89 


1877 


R. W. of lofW 


232 


1880 


EMERY, ENTIORY, etc. 






GILBERT, 






David 


206 


1823 


Binns, nunc up 


617 


1803 


Hannah 


274 


1824 


Henry 


132 


1800 


Hezekiah 


83 


1865 








Howell 


51 


1805 


GILL, 






John 


294 


1824 


Robert S. 


123 


1878 


John 


164 


1854 


GLOVER, 






ENGLE. 






Aphia J. 


364 


1900 


John 


14 


1830 


Patrick H. 


163 


1835 


FAULCON, 












Edward 


348 


1818 








Jacob 


18 


1864 








Jane 


33 


1815 








John N. 


206 


1855 









-161- 



GOODRICH. 






HARRIS, 






James 


174 


1836 


Polly 


90 


1822 


Meshack 


215 


1823 


Randolph 


467 


1801 


Richard 


187 


1680 


Thomas 


549 


1829 


Sal 1 y 


489 


1829 


Thomas 


146 


1854 


William 


241 


336 


Travj s 


171 


1807 


GRAVES, 






HARRISON, 






Charles 


303 


18 71 


Carter B. 


519 


1844 


Edwin A. 


514 


1851 








Joseph A. 


5 79 


1862 


HART . 






Uilliam B. 


358 


1849 


Ann 


319 


183 7 


d. 8-2-1849 






Edwi n D . 


615 


1803 








Hannah 


189 


1829 


GRANTHAM, 






Hart we 11 


601 


1814 


Stephen 


297 


1800 


Hart well P. 


4 77 


1826 








Henry 


216 


1881 


GRAY, 






Nicholas T. 


4 7 


1853 


Frederick. 


477 


1820 


Peter 


546 


1821 


Henry 


447 


1820 


' 






R. C. (bur. in 






HARTZFELD, 






N. Y. ) 


276 


1882 


Martha 


345 


1899 


GWALTNEY, 






HASTY, 






Elizabeth 


331 


1837 


Edwi n 


98 


1840 


James 


183 


1847 


Ma r y 


251 


1856 


John, Sr. 


499 


1801 








John 


230 


1868 


HATCH, Mary S. 


316 


1849 


John E. 


335 


1874 








Joseph G. 


125 


1878 


HENLEY, 






l.ucy 


334 


1810 


Bart hoi omew 


D. 363 


1819 


L.H. 


358 


1900 








Thomas P. 


400 


1829 


HICKS, Miliy 


182 


1847 


William 


377 


1311 














HINES, James E. 


277 


1899 


HAMLIN, 












Wi I liara 


216 


1828 


HI NT ON, Robert 


S. 15 


1822 


HANCOCK, 






HITE, 






Wyatt 


535 


1851 


John, Jr. 


142 


1816 


HARGRAVE, 






HOLDSWORTH. 






Ansel m 


436 


1820 


Robert 


169 


1846 


John 


170 


1827 








Joseph 


284 


1870 


HOLLEMAN, 






Savannah S. 


370 


1886 


Arthur 


487 


1850 








Benjamin 


560 


1802 


HARRIS, 






Henry W. 


385 


1850 


Alfred 


574 


1844 


Jo.<5eph 


325 


1810 


Chapman 


73 


1822 








George B. 


665 


1833 









-162- 



HOLLO WAY, 






JONES, 






Elizabeth W. 


343 


1899 


Boiling 


215 


1855 


Herbert 


618 


1803 


Emanuel 


21 


1852 


Jesse 


442 


1811 


James 


703 


1804 


Silas 


412 


1860 


Mary P. 


415 


1825 


William H. 


361 


1884 


Robert H. 


189 


1880 








John 


52 


1840 


HOLT, 






William 


567 


1833 


Charity 


190 


1855 


William C. 


161 


1866 


Francis 


42 


1834 








Henry 


207 


1831 


JUDKINS, 






James 


484 


1820 


Charity 


550 


1821 


John 


44b 


1837 


Dolly 


14 


1845 


John B. 


233 


1882 


Elizabeth 


411 


1819 


Louisa A. 


199 


1881 


Elizabeth 


233 


1842 


Mary Elizabeth 


63 


1875 


Henry N. 


88 


1891 


called Marie 






James 


340 


1818 


Micajah 


621 


1826 


Jane 


644 


1803 


Nicholas 


456 


1837 


Jesse 


295 


1818 


Robertson 


121 


1877 


John 


431 


1811 


Thomas H. 


579 


1862 


John C. 


205 


1836 


William 


467 


1801 


Polly 


232 


1842 


William 


29 


1805 


Samuel 


437 


1811 








Sarah 


487 


1821 


HOPKINS, 












Hugh 


629 


1803 


KEA, James 


486 


1812 


John 0. 


169 


1841 


John R. 


115 


1895 








Robert 


440 


1811 


HOWARD, 












Henry J. 


230 


1817 


KING, Elizabeth 


36 


1853 








Jesse 


83 


1846 


HUNNICUTT, 






Mary 


4 


1800 


Elijah 


310 


1818 








John, Jr. 


246 


1824 


LAMB, Mary C. 


173 


1854 


John, Sr. 


248 


1824 








Robert, Sr. 


595 


1814 


LANE, 






JAMES, 






Batts 


210 


1836 


Peter 


699 


1804 


Elizabeth 


378 


1852 


Thomas 


466 


I860 


Frederick 


11 


1805 








John 


188 


1855 


JOHNSON, 






John D. 


329 


1873 


John E. 


112 


1847 


Kezia 


59 


1864 


Moses 


447 


1811 


Mary 


424 


1825 


Randolph 


52 


1840 


Mary 


281 


1848 


William 


369 


1809 


Patrick H. 


340 


1875 








Susanna 


132 


1854 


JONATHAN 






Thomas 


350 


1843 


Robert 


87 


1806 


Thomas 


20 


1888 








Willi am 


409 


1837 








Wyatt 


886 


1865 



-163- 



LANIER, 






MALLECOTE 






Ann W. 


204 


1867 


John 


315 


1825 


L AUGHT ON 












Helenia Read 


458 


1800 


MARKS 












Edward 


396 


1837 


LITTLE 












James S . 


234 


1882 


MARSTON 






Jesse 


436 


1811 


Susannah 


366 


1819 


Jordan H. 


334 


1873 


MARTIN 






LESSENBERRY 






Samue 1 


475 


1888 


John 


175 


1807 


MASON 






LONG 






Henry 


39 


1846 


David 


245 


1805 








Hannah 


480 


1826 


MAYNARD 












Mary H. 


337 


1858 


LOVE 






Robert C. 


126 


1823 


Alexander 


37 


1822 


Dudley D. 


464 


1829 


LUCAS 






MILLER 






Sarah 


4 


1804 


Earnest 


191 


1824 


Stephen 


509 


1826 


MILLINGTON 






LYONS 






Mary 






Thomas M. 


256 


1897 


MILMAN 






McCOLLISTER 






Rachel 


326 


1810 


Richard 


470 


1826 


MOODY 






McINTOSH 






Blanks 


260 


1824 


Robert, 


10 


1815 








nunc up 






MOORE 












Jesse 


195 


1831 


McGURIMAN 












James 


176 


1850 


MORING 






William 


182 


1855 


Christopher S. 


454 


1825 








Sarah 


294 


1809 


MACKIE 






William 


241 


1809 


Andrew 


190 


1807 


William S. 


330 


1884 


MADDERA 












Elizabeth 


36 


1815 


MORRIS 






Mary 


37 


1853 


John C. 


227 


1868 


Micajah 


268 


1809 


NEWBY 






MAGET 






Thomas 


249 


1896 


William 


722 


1804 








MAJOR 












Bernard 


589 


1826 








Mary 


261 


1848 









-164- 



NEWELL 






PIERCE 






Richard G. 


556 


1814 


Richard 


526 


1813 


NEWSUn 












Catherine 


92 


1840 


PITMAN 






Joel 


619 


1812 


Edwin 


105 


1877 


John 


281 


1809 


Sarah R. 


320 


1872 


John S. 


206 


1836 








Mary 


477 


1820 


PLEASANT 












Thomas 


462 


1801 


NICHOLAS 












Sally 


358 


1810 


POND 












Hauki ns 


495 


1861 


ONEY 






Frank 


88 


1891 


James 


522 


1801 


John H. 


373 


1887 








Matthew 


316 


1837 


PARDON (PART IN?) 












Joel 


66 


1876 


PONSONBY 












Richard 


127 


1831 


PARISH 












Talbott 


79 


1822 


PORTER 












James E. 


282 


1848 


PAEIKER 












William 


124 


1823 


PRESSGN 












Daniel 


166 


1823 


PARR 






James 


444 


1811 


Hannah H. 


219 


1881 


Tomer 


42 


1805 


Richard 


208 


1841 


PRETLOW 






PEGE^AM 






Belinda, f n 


239 


1848 


Caroline M. 


474 


1861 


Joseph 


324 


1858 


PERRY 






Willi am 


241 


1841 


Tichard A. 


121 


1854 


John 


449 


1820 


PERSON 






PRICE 






Ann 


500 


1821 


James G . 


232 


1868 








Samuel 


288 


1857 


PETER 






Sarah 


48 


1846 


John 


317 


1837 


Tobias 


632 


1834 


Sarah 


58 


1853 


William 


233 


1808 


PETTWAY 






PROCTOR 






Elizabeth 


14 


1815 


Jeremiah 


400 


1829 


Haryj nuncup 


151 


1835 


PULLY 












Lewis 


549 


1821 








Mary 


205 


1823 








PUTNEY 






PHILLIPS 






John 


424 


1811 


William 


7 


1804 


PYLAND 






Robert 


112 


1806 


Elizabeth 


105 


1866 








Obediah 


66 


1815 








Robert 


161 


1816 



-165- 



128 

84 



491 



249 



59 



FLAMEY 

Allie C. 
William B. 

RANDOLPH 

William 
RIGGAN 

Ann 

Benjamin 

Benjamin 

John 

William 

ROEDER 

Anna Emma 
ROGERS 

Benjamin 

Elizabeth 

J.C. 

Lucy 

Mary E. 

ROBINSON 

Merit 
ROWELL 

James 

Robert 

Sally 

Sarah 

RUFF IN 

Francis, Jr. 

Francis 

Thomas 

William 

William 



SAINT GEORGE 

Charles Bingham 665 

SAVEDGE 

Acrell 217 

Doila 606 

Elizabeth 344 

Hart we 11 408 

Joel 483 

Joel H.N. 371 

Missouri F. 224 

Thomas 126 

Wil mouth 64 



1893 
1865 



1826 



83 


1815 


158 


1847 


42 


1805 


81 


1806 


515 


1813 



1897 



175 


1836 


315 


1837 


365 


1885 


165 


1854 


275 


1898 



1889 



56 


1853 


294 


1842 


684 


1803 


594 


1826 


254 


1856 


465 


1860 


520 


1844 


539 


1802 


309 


1809 



1803 



1881 
1815 
1843 



SCAMMELL 






Eliza 


524 


1861 


Mary 


214 


1831 


William 


545 


1821 


SCARBOROUGH 






James 


159 


1840 


Thomas Y. 


96 


1865 


SCOTT 






Nicholas, Sr. 


. Ill 


1816 


Tama A. 


63 


1875 


SEAVER 






Nancy 


17 


1822 


Norman, nuncup 79 


1840 


SEBRELL 






Benjamin W. 


14 


1829 


David 


193 


1831 


James W. 


584 


1838 


Mary Ann 


314 


1818 


Nathaniel , Si 


r. 140 


1816 


SEWARD 






Albert H. 


183 


1880 


Albridgton 


87 


1830 


Carter 


552 


1814 


Cauf ield 


357 


1819 


Edwin 


269 


1857 


James 


561 


1814 


William A. 


185 


1841 


James Rowel 1 


199 


1895 


SHEFFIELD 






Pleasants 


311 


1858 


Lewis 


559 


1844 


SHELLEY 






Merit 


280 


1848 


Thomas 


575 


1814 



1837 
1821 
1886 
1895 
1835 
1875 



SHRIVER 

Jacob Martin 138 
from Canada to 
Claremont; d. 
Jamestown Island 



1862 



-166- 



SIMMONS 






SUMERELL 






Ephraim 


588 


1830 


Caty 


551 


1802 


Ruff in 


370 


1886 














TAYLOR, Albina A. 214 


1895 


SLEDGE 






Jordan 


278 


1824 


Amos 


541 


1851 








Powhatan B. 


75 


1876 


THOMPSON 












Frances 


417 


1829 


SMITH 






Joel 


737 


1804 


Charity 


355 


1810 


John 


124 


1806 


Edward C. 


236 


1896 


Mary 


314 


1828 


John E. 


63 


1853 


Nelly 


408 


1811 


Mary Drew 


209 


1836 


Sally 


426 


1824 


Mary 


149 


1847 


Thomas B. 


105 


1877 


Philip 


381 


1837 








Rebecca 


345 


1818 


TIBBETT, Cyrus 


163 


1893 


SOUTH 






TILLOTT, John 


50 


1805 


John, col 'd 


169 


1866 














TUEINER, Thomas 


248 


1808 








William 


163 


1841 


SOUTHALL 






William Madison 195 


1894 


Henry 


623 


1827 














TYNES, Sally S. 


20 


1864 


SPRATLEY 






Thomas H. 


379 


1900 


Benjamin R. 


633 


1834 








James W. 


339 


1858 


VELVIN, John 


592 


1823 


John 


118 


1847 


John W. 


531 


1851 


Lewis M. 


481 


1820 








Mary W. 


181 


1867 


WALDEN, Hannah fn 283 


1842 


Margaret J. 


278 


1883 


Polly 


281 


1869 


Richard B. 


17 


1864 


Priscilla 


196 


1831 


Rebecca B. 


63 


1875 


Sampson 


343 


1810 


Peter T. 


74 


1853 








Thomas Jefferson 198 


1881 


WPlLL , James 


409 


1811 


Walter 


554 


1833 


Joel 


477 


1801 


William, Sup. 


83 


1869 


Peggy 


552 


1802 


Ct. Bk. 






Polly 


259 


1824 


STALLINGS 






WARREN, Benjamin 434 


1800 


Mary E. 


177 


1894 


Dawson 


356 


1849 








Drury P. 


474 


1826 


STEWARD 






Elizabeth 


566 


1833 


Wi 1 1 i am 


698 


1804 


Ave r i 1 1 a 


259 


1816 








James 


287 


1824 


STEWART 






Jesse A. 


223 


1867 


William 


437 


1800 


Jesse P. 


506 


1829 








Joseph, Sr. 


588 


1803 


STITH 






John 


328 


1848 


Drury d. 6 Jan. 


312 


1849 


Mark. 


284 


1817 


Patsy P. 


473 


1850 


Mary H. 


312 


1848 



-167- 



WARREN, 






WILSON, 






Nicholas, nunc 


. 192 


1831 


Elizabeth C. 


82 


1849 


Patsy 


530 


1851 


Eliza M. 


414 


1860 


Sally C. 


525 


1838 


Georgeanna 


477 


1888 


Susan C. 


212 


1841 


James 


60 


1853 


Thomas 


380 


1828 


James S . 


85 


1865 


William 


2 


1804 


John 


209 


1826 8 


William A. 


586 


1845 






1831 


W. T. 


332 


1873 


Jos i ah 


488 


1812 








Samuel 


^B 


1830 


WATKINS, Cherry 


244 


1808 


Willis 


445 


1811 


Elizabeth 


537 


1813 








John, Sr. 


571 


1802 


WILLIAMSON, 






Robert 


448 


1812 


Mary 


523 


1861 


WELLS, Peter 


462 


1887 


WISER, 












Thomas 


269 


1848 


WESSON, John 


559 


1802 


WRENN, 






WEST , Thomas 


180 


1850 


John 


86 


1830 








Mary 


350 


1819 


WHEADON, Sally C. 


210 


1841 


Thomas 


494 


1817 


WHITE, 






WOODLEY, 






Benjamin 


431 


1800 


Fleming 


130 


18 /y 


Edwin 


323 


1872 








James 


205 


1808 


WRIGHT, 






James 


217 


1828 


John H. 


218 


1882 


Mary 0. 


323 


1842 


Robert 


331 


1873 


Sampson 


494 


1801 


Sally 


60 


1864 








William 


106 


1827 


WHITMORE, 






William E. 


181 


1855 


Ann P. 


377 


1874 








WILLIFORD, Bela 


593 


1814 








WILLS, 












Langley CraFford 












574 


1814 








WILLIAMS, 












Elizabeth 


405 


1843 








James 


207 


1823 








John 


527 


1833 








Lewis E. 


465 


1888 








Martha 


301 


1836 








Nancy 


638 


1839 








Pamelia 


456 


1833 









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LUNENBURG COUNTY DEED BOOK I 

by J. C. Kolbe 

(continued From Vol. 6, p. 124) 



P. 86 d. 14 June 1746. Samuel Winn bound to pay Ralph Hunt L80 

Current Money of Va. Condition of Obligation — will make a 
deed if required for 132 acres on the North side of Fucking 
Ck granted by a patent 30 June 1743 to Seth Petty Pool & 
deed lying on the southside of the said creek surveyed for 
one Wm Read C ] by said Samuel Uinn for 394 acres by [ ] 
survey November 1747. Wit. Stephen Wade, Robert Wade, 
Silvanus Stokes. R. 8 Oct. 1746. 

P. 87 d. 20 Sept. 1746. Col Saml Cobbs of Amelia to Matheu Talbot 
of Lunenburg 396 acres on the northside of Ward's Fork. 
Bounded by John Austins line — John Hunts corner. Wit. 
James Murray, Geo. Currie, Clement Read. R. 6 Oct. 1746. 

P. 89 d. 15 Oct. 1746. Francis Howard of Lunenburg to Field 

Jefferson of Henrico Co 445 acres. Beginning at the Roanoke 
River on the upperside of the land belonging to Andrew 
Moreroan — Jefferson's own land which he purchased of 
William Howard by deed d. 31 May 1746. Wit. William Howard 
Deloney, John Speed, Henry Deloney. 

P. 93 Release of Diana the wife of Francis Howard in regard of 
sale of 445 acres to Field Jefferson d. 1 Feb 1746. 
R. 7 Marcy 1746. 

P. 95 d. 20 Oct 1746. Richard Kennon & William Kennon of Henrico 
Co to John MacDavid of the other part 300 acres being part 
of a tract containing 31,700 acres granted by patent d. 
1 March 1743 to Richard & William Kennon. Wit. William 
Calwell, John Coldwell, John Stewart. R. 1 Dec 1746. 

P. 97 d. 1 Dec 1746. Silvanus Walker of Lunenburg to Isac Winston 
of Henrico on southside of Nottoway River on both sides of 
Fucking Ck. Bounded by Munfords lower corner on the 
Nottoway River — John Winn's line — Evan's line. Wit. 
Lyddall Bacon, Hampton Wades, Tandy Walker. R. CDecD 1746. 

P. 99 d. 5 Feb 1746. Samuel Clark of Brunswick to Thomas Twitty 

of same county 480 on the North Side of Ronoak River & is the 
remaining part of a tract of 580 acres granted to Robert 
Hicks dec by patent d. 28 Sept 1728 81 devised to Samuel Clark 
by said Hicks by deeds of gift which are recorded in 
Brunswick Co. The former part of tract was conveyed to 
Cornelius Keith dec. Wit. Clemt. Read, William Hill, Thos. 



i 



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Lanier. R. 4 Dec. 1746. 

P. 101 d. 20 Feb 1746. Drury Stith of Brunswick S Martha his wife 

to Robert Jones Junior of Surry Co. attorney at law 556 acres 
on the Northside of Roanoak. River. Bounds: Beginning at the 
mouth of the First great Creek above the SapponC Dy Fort 

thence up the Creek as it meanders to a forked Branch 

to the creek next below the Indian Fort. The tract was 
granted to Drury Stith father of the above named Drury Stith 
by a patent d. 27 Sept 1729. Wit. Clemt. Read, William 
Hill, Tho. Lanier, Nicho. Lanier. R. 3 March 1746. 

P. 106 d. 3 Feb 1746. Andrew Breslar & his wife Anne to Robert 

Jones Junior attorney at law of Surry Co. lOO acres on the 
northside of the Roan Oak River. Bounds: Beginning at the 
mouth of Miles 's Creek thence up the Creek to Philip 
Morgan's Line — to John Hern's line — Wests Line. to the 
Mouth of Flatt Creek. Wit. [ D Delony, John Freeman, Anne 
Delony, Anne Delony Jur. R. 2 March 1746. 

P. 109 d. 23 Nov. 1746. John Ravenscroft of Pr. George Co. to James 
Burton of Lunenburg a tract of 400 acres lying on the 
northside of the Staunton River known as Thomason's low 
ground which was granted to John Ravenscroft by Patent 
d. 1 Dec. 1740. Wit. Anthony Pouncey, Peter Hudson, Zachariah 
Ashworth. R. 3 March 1746. 

P. Ill d. 2 March 1746. Francis Anderson of Amelia Co. to Andrew 
Martin of Lunenburg 422 acres on the Northside of Cub and 
Sandy Creeks. Bounded by — mouth of Sandy Ck. — Cub Ck. 
R. 2 March 1746. 

P. 113 d. 1 Nov. 1746. John Shearman & Katherine his wife of 

Lunenburg to William Wood of the same county one hundred 
acres on the southside of Roan Oak River. Bounded by — 
Lewis Parharo's land — branch to the River. Wit. Thomas 
Hawkins, Wm. Seiley. R. 2 March 1746. 

P. 116 d. 23 Feb. 1746. Maria Byrd S Charles Carter Esq. Exors of 
William Byrd Esq. of Charles City Co. to James Boyd of 
Lunenburg Co. 250 acres on the southside of the Dan River 
being part of a tract called Havila. Bounded by — Will 
Douglass's line. Wit. John Caldwell, James Irwin, John 
Boyd, John Lawson. R. 4 May 1747. 

P. 118 d. 23 Feb 1746. Maria Byrd & Charles Carter Exors. of 
William Byrd of Charles City Co. to John Boyd and John 
Boyd Farmer on the North side of the Dan River. Bounded 
by — Mr. Procten line — . Wit. John Caldwell, Francis 
Lawson, James Irwin, William Douglass. R. 4 May 1747. 



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THE BOON FLY BIBLE 
Contributed by Faith G. Flythe 



NAMES 

Boon Fly 

Mary Ann Percival 

Consort of Boon 

Fly 

Alice Jane Fly 

Camilla Ann Fly 

Leonidas Alex. 
Fly 

Quint us Cin. Fly 

Flavius Jos. Fly 

Robert Per. Fly 

Camillus Sid. Fly 

Mary Boon Fly 

Webster N. Fly 

Boon Fly — 



BIRTHS 
Oct. 63 1810 
30 

Dec. 28.1812 
May 19, 1836 
Nov. 6,1837 

Aug. 30,1839 
Nov. 5,1841 
Feb. 9,1844 
Sept. 18,1846 
May 2, 1849 
May 6, 1852 
Jan. 16,1849 
August 1885 



' DEATHS 

— 25, 1864 

18 — 

Oct. 1, 1875 

Feb. 3, 1857 

March 3, 1843 
Dec. 17,1920 
May — , 1864? 
June 



I 



Oct. 11,1898? 



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Notes: 

1. Boon Fly moved to Andrew Co. , Missouri from Kentucky about 1840 
& lived there until 1849 - the family then moved to Santa Rosa, 
Calif. 

2. Boon Fly & Mary Ann Percival married Nov. 11,1834. 

3. Alice Jane Fly married Rees Smith, Dec. 4, 1856. 

4. Quintus Cin. Fly married L.N. Packard, June 22, 1881. 

5. Camillus Sidney Fly married Mollie Goodrich, Sept. 20,1879 
Napa Co. , Calif. Camillus was the photographer at 
Tombstone, Arizona as well as Sherrif of Cochise Co. , Arizona 
succeeding John Slaughter. He photographed Geronimo and others and 
although the photos are not artistic, they were exhibited in London, 
U.K. The mountain Fly Peak, Arizona is named after him. he died 
Oct. 12, 1901 Bisbee,AZ. 

6. Mary Boon Fly married Henry Leinberger, April 20,18 — . 

Source for these notes: Tombstone Epitaph Centennial Issue, 
privately published Fly Family History compiled by Clarence W. 
Michaels. 

ENOCK FLY BIBLE 
Contributed by Faith G. Flythe 

Enock Fly was born the 19th of January 1776 

Alsea Fly was born the 22 of April 1774 

John Fly son of Enoch Fly and Alsea Fly his wife was born Friday the 
19th of September the year of our Lord 1800 

William Boon Fly son of Enoch Fly and Alsea Fly his wife was born on 
Thursday the 12 of August in the year of our Lord 1802 

Elisha Fly son of Enock Fly and Alsea Fly his wife was born 
Wednesday the 6 of December in the year of our Lord 1804 

Salley Fly daughter of Enock and Alsea Fly his wife was born on 
Monday the 7 of December in the year of our Lord 1807 

Bjon Fly son of Enock Fly and Alsea his wife was born on Saturday 
the 6th day of October in the year of our Lord 1810 

Jesse Fly son of Enock Fly and Alsea Fly his wife was born on 
Tuesday the 9th of July in the year of our Lord 1818 



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Notes: 

Enock was son of John Fly (d. 1804) of Northampton Co. , N. C. 
according to estate records. Supposedly his twin brother was Enos 
another proven son of John (this is confirmed by census entries). 
Enoch eventually ended up in Missouri and died there. 

I do not know when Alsea died. Alsea was the daughter of Wm. Boon 
who died in Northampton Co. , n. C. in 1795 and her mother was Ann 



John the first son went to Nashville, Tenn. and died there in 1866. 

William Boon's fate is not known. He may have lived in Northampton 
Co. , N. C. 

Elisha moved to Edgecomb Co. , N. C. where some of his descendants 
live today. 

Sal ley's fate is not known. 

Boone moved to Andrew Co. , Missouri and married Mary Ann Percival 
Nov. 11,1834. They had nine children. (Bible records exist) 

Jesse's fate is not known and he may have died young. 

Enock is thought by some family researchers to be a greatgrandson of 
Jeremiah Fly whose will was submitted for probate in Isle of Wight 
Co. , Va. in 1736. The will mentions a son John. This connection is 
not proven but there simply are no other Fly lines traceable in 
Southside Va. before 1750. The name is quite rare. My distant 
cousin Norman Flythe will confirm this. 

Enock 's brother Emelius Fly lived in Southampton Co. until 

about 1820. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY REMOVALS, 1790-1806 
by L. H. Hart 



Deed Books 15—19 where examined and the powers of attorney 
showing removals were abstracted and are included below. 
Abbreviations used: DB-Deed Book; B-Brunswick County; p of a- 
power of attorney; dec. - deceased; D. — Date; R. — Recorded; 
Att.- Attested. 



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DB 15, p. 6 Robert Hicks oF B to Abner Hili of Greensville Co. VA 
pofa to receive what is owed to my son Harrison Hicks, dec. 
late of S.C. D. 8 Feb. 1790 R. 22 Nov. 1 790 
witn. Lewis Hicks, Geo. Hicks, Binns Jones. 

DB 15, p. 34 Benjamin Sims of Wilkes Co. GA to Sterling Peebles of 
B pofa to sell in my name 543 acres to William Edward Brodnax 
D. 20 Oct. 1790 R. 7 Dec. 1790. witn. Frederick Sims, 
Richard Worsham, George Crutchf ield. 

DB 15, p. 252 George Malone & Lucy Malone of B to Elijah Threlkeld 
of Stafford Co. VA, Gent. pofa to recover anything due from 
William Edwards adm. of John Carter, dec. , mentions Jesse 
Carter may give receipts. d. 13 June 1792. R. 25 June 1792. 
witn. N. Malone, Robert Carter. 

DB 16, p. 168 Edmund Dailey or Bourbon Co. KY to friend William 

Williams of B pofa to sell 100a on Meherrin River adjoining 
George Melone D. 6 Aug. 1795. . Att. Bourbon Co. KY 6 Aug. 
1795. R (no date). 

DB 17, p. 238 John Clay of Bourbon Co. KY to Henry Clay Jr. of 
Bourbon Co. KY pofa to receive of John and Thomas Ingram, 
executors of John Ingram, dec. of B legacies he left to me. 
D. 10 March 1798. Att. Bourbon Co. KY D. 10 March 1798. 
R. 23 April 1798. 

DB 18, p. 61 Francis Williams of Oglethorpe Co. GA to John Powell 
of same pofa to receive my legacy of the estate of my father 
Ozbern Williams of B D. 14 Nov. 1798. Att. Oglethorpe 
Co. GA 14 Nov. 1798. R Dec. 22 1800. 

DB 19, p. 123 William Chapman 8, wife Martha of Rowan Co. NC to 

Wright Tucker of B pofa to sell our interest in land formerly 
property of William Chapman, dec. and lately in possession of 
James Mclnvail (333 acres) being the land allotted Mrs. 
Isabella Johnson as her dower in estate of said William 
Chapman, dec. D 15 Oct 1803. Att. Rowan Co. NC D. 15 Oct. 
1803. R. 25 June 1804. 

DB 19, p. 339 Byren Shell of Hancock Co. GA to David Thomas of same 
pofa to sell 133 acres on West Branch in B given me by my 
father Stephen Shell of B. D 12 Sept 1805. Witn. Frederick 
Freeman. Att. Hancock Co. GA 12 Sept 1805. R 28 Oct. 1805. 

DB 19, p. 382 John Clay 8, wife Patsy (formerly Engram) of Bourbon 
Co. KY to Henry C. Buruce CBruce] of same pofa to receive all 
her share of estate of Thomas Engram, dec. D. 7 Nov. 1805. 
Att. Bourbon Co. KY D 8 Nov. 1805. R 23 Dec. 1805 



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DB 19, p. 438 Susanna Spain (late McKinne), Elizabeth McKinne and 
Fannie McKinne to Thomas Procter of Uake Co. NC pofa to sell 
100 acres in B conveyed to Susanna for her life and then to 
Elizabeth S Fannie by Buccanor Stith. D 26 Jan. 1805. Witn. 
Wm. B. Alexander. Att. Mecklenburg Co. NC. R 28 Apr. 1806. 



A BARHAM BIBLE 
Contributed by Faith G. Flythe 



BIRTHS 

Mary Elice Kello (Simmons) born Oct. 2, 1872 

Joseph H. Barham was born Feby 15,1807 

Henry Thomas Barham " " Nov. 4, 1833 

Raynor Franklin Barham " " Septr 7, 1835 

Elizabeth Frances Barham " " Mar 23,1837 

Joseph Eliot Barahm " " April 8, 1839 

Margaret S. Barham " " Decbr. 28, 1842 

Rosa Ellen Barham " " Decbr. 11, 1844 

Children of Joseph H. & Sarah J. Barham 

Margaret Thomas Simmons was born Septr. 15, 1863 

Joseph Dupree & William Butts Simmons 
were born 28 Jany 1865 

Junita Williams Simmons was born Decbr 26, 1866 

Lenioard Augustus Gilliam Simmons 
was born Feby 15, 1869 

MPlRRIAGES 

Joseph Henry Barham 8> Sarah Jane Butts 
were married Jany 22, 1833 

Augustus James Simmons & Elizabeth Frances 
Barham were married July 1, 1862 



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William Butts Simmons & Elise Kello 

were married December 12, 1894 

DEATHS 

Joseph Eliot Barham departed this life July 11, 1840 

Joseph Dupree Simmons " ' ' Feby 10,1865 

Junita Williams Simmons " " " June 30, 1867 

Augustus James Simmons " " " Feby 24, 1870 



Notes. Rosa Ellen Barham married John Ivy Turner in 1870. 
born 24 Jan. 1842, the son of John A. Turner and Martha V. 
Westbrook. 



He was 



LIST OF INSOLVENTS IN NANSEMOND COUNTY FOR THE YEAR 1785 

UNDER THE REVENUE LAW 



Persons names 

Jacob Bass 
Phillip Clark 
John Guen 
Henry Holland off 

twice charged 
Adam Rawls 
Kedah Rawls 
Henry Rogers 
Lavan Rawl s 
Joel Rabey 
Martin Redman 
George Shelly 
John Wood 
James Wiggins 
Henry Bishop 
Pruden Taylor 
William Jones 
Jesse Light 
Thos. Pool 
Henry Gay 
John Whimmer 
John Wright 
Elphingston Cary 
Robt . Pebworth 
Sterling Rogers 
Joel Pope 
James Briggs 



by L. H. Hart 


amt. cer. 


. 10. 


. 15. 


6.6. 8 


.8. 


1.4. 


1. 12. 


. 8. 


. 14. 


. 18. 


1. 13. 


. 10. 


. 4. 


. 10. 


1.2.9 


. 10. 


. 10. 


1. 


1. 2. 6 


1. 0. 9 


. 12. 9 


1. 4.6 


. 12. 


. 12. 9 


. 12. 


. lO. 



amt . 



specie 



. 11. 11 
. 8. 
.9. 4 
9.1.11 

. 7.6 

1. 7. 
1. 15. 7 

. 9. 
1. 12. 9 

. 10. 
1. 17. 1 

. 5. 3 
. 18. 
. 12. 

. 6. 6 

. 7. 

. 5. 

1. 10. 
. 17. 

1. 13. 10 
. 16. 6 

2. 3. 7 

. 18.9 
. 12. 3 

. 6. 3 

. 5. 



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WiLliam Nerney .10. .5. 

Elisha Nichols . 10. > . 5. 

Isaac Reade 2.9.6 1.11.9 

William Berry 1.4.6 .12.6 

Solo. Crawford .12. .7.6 

Drury Rogers 1.14.6 .19.6 

Aron Brinkley .12. .11. 

Jacob Branton . 12. . 12. 



35. 11. 3 



Willis Booth .10. .5. 

Mike Ellis 1 . . 8. 9 

Noah Harrell .13.3 .7.6 

Thos. Milteer .10.6 .5.3 

Joseph Peale . 10. . 5. 

William Rabey .12.6 .6.3 

Lemuel Rabey . 10. 5 .5. 

Matthew Alphin 1.1. .12.6 

William H. Cross 1. . 10. 

Jinkins Jones .5. .12.6 

Elisha Whitfield .13. .6.6 

David Lassetor . 13. . 6. 6 

Wm. Midcalf . 10. . 5. 

Thos. Ellin .12. .6. 

Hum. Griffin Jur. .15. .7.6 

Abram Brinkley . 10. . 6. 6 

Wm. Savage Jur. . lO. .11.6 

Thos. Ritter . 10. . 5. 

John Bryant . 15. . 15. 

James Davis .10. .15. 

Danl. Horton .10. .6.3 

Joseph Dilport (?) .12. .6. 

William Kello .10. .10. 

Robt. Owens 2.10. .17. 

Everitt Pope .10. .6. 

James Best .12. .6. 

John Lawrence 1.18. 1.4. 

Nancy Wiggins .2'. .1. 

Willis Wiggins .13. .6. 

David Jones . 10. . 5. 

Daniel Boon . 10. . 5. 

William Fillis 2.4. 1.2. 

Britton Holland .10. .5. 

Benja. Osborn . 10. . 5. 

John Winborn .12. .6. 

James Butler .10. .5. 

John Everitt .12. .6. 

James Lensf ord . 10. . 5. 

Jere. Pinner . 10. . 5. 



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Tiberias Purvis 2.8. 1.4. 

Elias LunsFord 1. 3. 11.11 

65.8.5 53.0.0 

Comm. 3. 5. 5 2. 13. 

62. 3. O 50.7.0 

At a Court held for Nansemond County Jany. 14th 1788 Archd. 
Richardson Dy. Shf. for Solo. Shepherd Shf. Returned this list of 

Insolvents, which was examind. and allowed, and ordered to be 

Recorded. Copy Teste Uilliam. Eley D. C. C. 

QUERIES 



MAJOR/WATSON, llary D. Fugate ( 1578 Bellmonte Rd. , Pittsburgh, 
PA 15237) seeks information on parents of Haruood Major and Lucy 
Watson, d/o James, who m. 20 Dec. 1771, Surry Co. , VA. Harwood 
Major d. May —July 1784, Greensville Co. , VA, leaving wife, son 
John, dau. Mary and an unborn child. Mas he related to Edward and 
Samuel Major who are recorded in Brunswick. Co. in 1770's? Were Lucy 
Watson Major's parents the James & Patty Watson who bought land in 
Brunswick Co. 1761, sold to William Watson in 1769? Will repay all 
costs for time, copies and postage. 



FARMER. Jodie Updike ( Rt. 1, Box 281, Billings, MO 65610) 
need birth and death dates, marriage dates for children of James and 
Jean Farmer of Chesterfield and Pittsylvania Co. They were Marl in, 
Mary, James, Salley, Jensey, Hubbard, John, Isham, Newton, Samuel, 
Arthur, Elizabeth and Alcey. They would have been born between 1780 
and 1800. Would like to hear from anyone working on the Farmer 
line. 



JONES/CROWDER/GRIFFIN/BLANKS. Dorothy Howlett Renaud (Rt. 2, 
Box 317, Charleston, MO 63834) needs parents of Hampton Jones b 
about 173 - tradition says in Lunenburg Co. Va; m Matilda Crowder 
also born VA. Who were her parents? Supposed to have lived in the 
Lynchburg area. Brothers, sisters to Hampton were: Wm m Lucy 
Lockett d/o Abner and Ann Marshall Lockett ; Lucy, Matilda, Edna m 
2nd James Crowder, brother to Matilda Crowder; Adam. In Mecklenburg 
Co. in 1798 a final settlement of Robert Jones deceased (d 1783) 
shows Hampton Jones as guardian for Lucy Jones. This is probably 
the daughter mentioned in Robert's will as underage. What relation, 
if any, to Hampton? Allied families: Griffin, Blanks. Hampton 
Jones purchased land in 1809 Henderson Co. KY where he died 1828. 



, Ann 81 

, Embry 122 

, Henry 115 

, Jolm C- A5 

, Lucy 29 

, Margaret 79 

, Mary 83 

, Rachel 26,27 

, Tabitha 82 

, Will 47 

-omes, Thomas 57 
ABERNATHY, David 137, 1A3 
ADAMS, Allen (Jr.) 72 

Archibald 82,83 

Arthur 70 

Betsey 70 

Britain I'^il 

Charles 39 

David 125,126 

Elizabeth 125,126 

James 3<^, A0,/il,'J2, 
102 

John 72 

Nathan 72 

Patrick H. 156 

Robert 72 

Sally Ann 83 

Sarah P. 150 

William 156 

ADDAMS, Amos 15 

Isaac 15 

James 60 

Thomas 60 

ADDISON, Missouri 156 

ADKINS, Joel 15 

John 47,53,130 

John (Estate) 53 

Lucy 53 

Thos. /Thomas A6,53 

(A)DKINS, John 47 

ADKINSON, Major 72 

AIL?, Mary 39 

ALDERSON, Jeremiah 35 

Sarah 35 

ALEXANDER, May 156 

Win. B. 174 

ALLDAY, Perrin 3H 

Thomas 37, jh,40 



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INDEX 

ALLEN, 38 

Arthur 111 

Drury 122 

Elizabeth 88 

Memucan 40 

William 17 

ALLEY, Nancy 65 

ALMOND, Edwd. 37 

ALPHIN, Matthew 176 

ALSOBROOK, Eliza. /Elizabeth 
125,126,128,131,1 
133,136 

Jno./John 56,125, 

126,128,131,133, 

136,138,139 

Mary 125,126, 
128,133,136 

Saml, /Samuel 125, 

126,128,131,133, 

136 

ALSTON, John 27 

AMBROSE, Thomas 51 

AMMONET, Israel 95 

ANDERSON, Francis 169 

Mack 52 

ANDREWS, m 135 

Bartholomew 156 

Beauford 156 

Benjamin 156 

Charity 156 

Drewry 112 

Henry 138,140,156 

John 156 

John D. 106 

Lidda 17 

Louise E.F. 106 

Lucy 156 

Martha 156 

Robert 14 

Wm. /William 137, 
143 

ANDROSS, Richard 56 

Stephen 56 

ANCLIN, Jno. 74 

ANTIINTUN, Mary 56 

ANTHONY, John 104 

ARCHER, Edward 112 

ARMISTEAD, John 156 

William 40 

AHMSTRONC, Robert 60 



ARMSTRONG, Jas. 134 

Joseph 128,129, 
132 

Mary 129,131,132, 
134 

Robt. /Robert 128, 
129,132,134 

ARRINGTON, Henry 61 

James 31 

Martha 31 

ASHWORTH, Zachariah 169 

ATKINS, Benjamin 56 

Mary E. 156 

Timothy 156 

William 35 

ATKINSON, Benjamin 117,156 

Elizabeth 156 

Irby 111 

Joel 30 

John 60 

Joseph 111 

Micajah 110 

Robert 111 

Timothy 112 

William 111 

AUSTEN, William 39 

AUSTIN, John 123,168 

AVLNT, 135 

Benjamin 60,125,127, 

129,132,135,137,139, 

140 

Eliz 125 

Hamlin 84 

Jam. /Jams. /James 

125,127,129,132,134, 

136,142 

Jno./John 80,125,127, 

129,130,132,134,135, 

136,137,139 

Mare. 125 

Peter 125,127,129, 
132,134,136,142 

Tho. /Thos. /Thomas 60, 

125,127,129,132,134,137, 

139,140 

Wm. 125,127,130 
AVERY, Cyrell 16 
AVRISS, John 156 
AYERS, Moses 75 

Nathaniel 75 

Thomas 75 



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BABB, Ann 65 

Barshaba 65 

Chloe 65 

Fanny 65 

John 65 

Nancy 65 

William 65 

BACON, John 122 

Langston 3A, 38, 41, 44, 
89,91,92 

Lydall 122 

Lyddall 168 

BADGETT, Mary 156 

BAGE, John 156 

William J. 156 

BAGLEY, Geo, 125 

Jam. /James 125,127 
Peter 125,127 

BAGNALL, Martha L, 156 

BAILEY, Absalom 111 

Adeline 156 

Anselm 156 

Augustine 156 

Barnaby 113 

Benja. 113 

Dempsy 111 

Elizabeth 156 

Elizabeth if2 156 

George A. 156 

Jane 156 

Joseph 140 

Joseph G. 156 

Lemuel 157 

Margaret 157 

Michael 17,53 

Philip (of I of W) 
157 

Rebecca 157 

Richard 47 

Richard II. L. 157 

Robert 157 

Shardrack 15 

Thomas 157 

Thomas (Jr.) 114 

Thomas (Sr.) 114 

Trial 111 

William (Sr.) 157 
BAILY, Henry 15 
James 114 
Phillip 60 
Thomas 56 



BAILY, William 56 
BAIN, Jesse 53 
BAINES, John 56 
BAIRD, A. P. 157 

Benjamin 60,115 

Reubin 60 

Stephen 17 

William 17 
BAKER, Marten 40 

Martin 37,38,40 

Mary 37 
BALDWIN, Ann 65 
BALE, John 26 
BALES, Elizabeth 25 

John 25,26 
BALLARD, Patsy 86 

William 86 
BANES, Francis 89 

Henry (Sr.) 89 

James 57 

BANISTER, John 6 

BANKS, Burrell 127,129, 
132,134 

Dunston 147 

Polly 157 

Sarah 147 

Thomas 147 

BANYAN, Thomas 147 

BARBER, David 73 

John 73 

BAREFOOT, George 121 

BARHAM, -arles 100 

-(m)es 100 

Burwell 157 

Charles 60,157 

Elizabeth Frances 
174 

Henry Thomas 174 

James 157 

Joseph (Sr.) 157 

Joseph Eliot 175 

Joseph H. 174 

Margaret S. 174 

Raynor Franklin 174 

Rosa Ellen 174,175 

Sarah 60 

Sarah J. 174 

Thomas 60,157 

William 60 

BAKER, Benjamin 52 

Drury 127,129,132, 
134 



BARKER, Henry 53 

Howell 14 

James 53,130,133, 
137,139,141 

(Ja)mes 135 

Jesse 53 

Joanna 53 

John (Estate) 53 

Nathan 52 

Nathaniel 53 

River 60 

William 75 

BARKSDALE, CI. /Cla(i)borne 
41,44,88,90,95 

Dudley 34,36,42 

Elizabeth 101 

H. 40 

Joseph 36 

Nathaniel 101 

BARLOW, Cary 157 
James 157 
James #2 157 

BARNES, Ann 39 

Catherine 157 

Clary 91 

Daniel 91 

Elizabeth 91 

Fran, /Francis 
38,39,40,44 

Gabriel 91 

Henry 40,91,95 

Henry (Jr.) 91 

James 37,123 

James (Estate) 62 

Jeane 40 

John 91,124 

Judith 39 

Leonard 91 

Margeret 95 

Margaret C. 91 

Nancy 91 

Saml. 114 

Sarah 91 

Seward J. 157 

Thomas 91 

William 91 

BARR, Walter 45 

BARRAM, Hartwell 19 

BARRETT, Charles 110 

BARROW, Jams. 140 

Susanna 140 



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BARROW, Willie l-iO 
BARTLE, John 157 
BASBUSIl, Nathan lOJ 
BASKERVILLE, Alice 107 
Sarah 107 
BASS, Arthur 60 

Burgess 152 

Jacob 175 

James 47 

BASS-MITCHELL-PETERS, Charlotte 
151 

BATES, John 90 

BATTE, Chamberlain 68 

Chamberlane 68 

Dorothy 67,68 

Elizabeth Chamberlane 
68 

Henry (Sr.) 108 

Henry (Capt) 23 

Mary 23 

Richard Baugh 68 

Thos. /Thomas 67,68, 
69 

Thomas (Jr.) 67,68 

Thomas (Sr.) 68 

William 106 

BATTLE, James 99 

BATTS, Harr 157 

BAUGH, Richard 67 

BAYES, John 74 

Joseph 74 

BAYNE, Martin 104 

BAYI.EY, Joseph 13 7,143 

BAZLY, John 89 

BEARD, Adam 123 

John 120,123 

BEASLEY, Benja. 32,33 

Nancy 94 

BEASLY, William 94 

BEDFORD, Anne 42,44 

Archibald 42 

Charles Wcstly 42 

Dursilla/Drucilla/ 
Drusilla 42,44 

Jenny Flippen 42 

Jenny Pliilippin 44 

John 42 

Littleberry 42 

Peggy 42,44 

Ro./Kob. 35,42, 
43,44,95,lnj 



BEDFORD, Stephen 36,42 

T. 95 

Thos. /Thomas 
40,42,44,101 

Thomas (Jr.) 42,44 

Stephen 44 

BEDINGFIELD, Sally 157 

HELCHER, Robert 38,40 

REI.CHES, Alexander 17 

Hugh. 52 

BELL, Ann 157 

Balaam 137 

Benjamin 157 

Benjamin (Sr.) 157 

Binns 157 

Fielden 157 

George 15 

Jacob 157 

James 52,125,126,137, 
139,140,141 

Jane 157 

Jemiiiiah 157 

Jno./John 128,130,134 

John 11, 157 

Martha 157 

Mildred 15 

Phebe 139 

Phoebe 137 

S 130 

Samuel R. 157 

Sarah 157 

Silvas/Silvanus 60, 
132,138,139 

Susanna 128 

BEMBRA, Sally 104 

BENDALL, Isaac 115 

DENINFIELD, Nath. 46 

BENNAT, Milner 38 

HENNATT, Ann 38 

Richard 38 
RENNET, Stephen 73 
BENNETT, J.B. 148 

James 157 

Jesse 157 

M,K. 148 

Mary 157 

William 75,157 

Willie J, 148 
BERRY, William 176 
BERKYMAN, John 17 



BERRYMAN, Nathaniel 157 

Nathaniel (Sr.) 157 
Robert W. 157 

BEST, James 104,176 

BETTS, Bartholomew 56 

BEVAN, George 157 
John 157 

BIBB, John 44,89 

BIERD, John 46 

BIG , Martha Hayes 44 

BIGG, James 72 

Richard 72 

BIGGINS, Sarah 52 

BILBRO, Bernard 157 

BILLUPS, Christopher 36 

BINNS, Cha. /Charles 127, 
129,131,134 

Lucy 127,129,131, 
132,134 

Martha 127,129,131, 
132,134 

BINS, Charles 132 

BINUM, John (Jr.) 76 

Samuel 75 

BIRD, Will 46 

BIRDSONG, John 56 

Joseph 56 

Miles 56 

William 56 

BISHOP, George 157 

Harmon 53,157 

Henry 157,175 

Herbert 157 

James 157 

Joshua 157 

Joshua J. 157 

Mason 134 

Nathan 114 

Stephen 116 

Thomas 157 

William 141 

BLACK, 67 

William 33,34 

BLALOCK, Richard 121 

BLAND, Anna B. 13 

English John 3,9,13 

Harriet 13 

John 3,9 

John of London 3,7,8 

Joseph 3 



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BLANKINSHIP, Thorns 33 

BLAYTON, Joseph A6 

BLIZZARD, Merit 157 

Samuel 56 

BLOUNT, Josiah 107 

BLOW, Henry 56 

John 16,56 

Michael 14,56 

Lucy 157 

Richard 15 

Robert 157 

Thomas R. 157 

BLUNT, Ann 152 

Collin 56 

John 56 

Mary 150,151 

Mary (Jr.) 151 

Rebecca 152 

Richard 24,138,1A0, 
157 

Thomas 56,157 

William 56,150,151 

William (Jr.) 151,152 

BOBBETT, Ann 129,132 

Jno. 129,132 

Tho. /Thomas 129, 
132,142 

Wm. 129,132 

BOBBITT, Ann 134,136 

Anna 127 

John 127,134,136 

Thos. /Thomas 127, 
134,136 

Wm. /William 127, 
134,136 

BOBIT, Thomas 4 5 

BOISSEAU, James 17 

BOLLING, Thomas 67 

BOLTON, Abram 15 

BONNER, Jeremiah 41 

John 19 

Mary 125,126 

William/Wm. 127, 
138,140 

BOOKER, Edward (Sr.) 123 

Richd. /Richard 41, 
121,122 

BOON, Alsea 172 

Daniel 176 

Wm. 172 
BOONE, Jacob 104 
BOOTH, Beverly 157 



BOOTH, George 19 

Mary D. 157 

Michael 116 

Willis 176 

BOOTHS, Arthur 56 

BOULDIN, James 36,39,41,42 

Jeanny 43 

Joseph 39 

Richard 39,43,102 

Thomas 39 

Thomas (Jr.) 39 

Thomas (Sr.) 40 

William 39 

Wood 39,43,102 

BOWDOIN, John T. 157 

BOWMAN, Pleasant 119 

BOYD, 148 

John 169 

BOYtCIN, Arthur 111 

Dan 111 

Joel 110 

John (Sr.) 111,113 

Matthew 110 

Simon (Jr.) Ill 

Simon (Capt.) Ill 

William (Jr.) 109 

William (Sr.) 109 

BOZE, Thos. 74 

BRADBY, John Allen 157 

BRADLEY, John 48,124 

BRADLY, John 47 

BRADNACK, William T. 157 

BRAKE, Sarah 30 

William 30 

BRANCH, Bailey 110 

Jeffrey 157 

BRANSON, Absolem 73 

BRANTON, Jacob 176 

BRANTLEY, Lewis 31 

Martha 31 

BREEDLOVE, Benjamin 42 

John 42 

Rob/Robt. /Robert 
89,102 

BRKNT, Jolm 34 

Margt. 35 

Matt 93 
HKESLEU, Andrew 169 

Anne 169 
BKEWEK, Edmund 39 



BRIANT, John 103 

BRIGGE, 122 

BRIGGS, Gray 124,126 

flenry (Estate) 55 

James 103,178 

Mary 130,133,135, 
137 

Nathaniel 53 

Rebh./Rebeccah 125,126 

Wm. /William 125,126, 
130,133,135,136,139 

Wm. Henry 125 

BRINKLEY, Abram 176 

Aron 176 

BRINKLY, Lewis 104 

BRISTOR, Robt. 109 

Saml. 109 

BRISTOW, Polly 65 

BRITT, Benjamin 112 

Benj. (Jr.) 112 

Brittain 112 

Edwd, 112 

John 111 

Jordan 112 

Joseph 112 

Mattw. 112 
BRITTLE, William 56 
BRITTON, William 94 
BROADNAX, Samuel 157 
BROCK, Thomas 109 
BROCKWELL, Littleberry 117 
BRODNAX, Edward 173 
BROOK, Saml. 75 
BROOKS, James 72,147 
Judith 33,34 
Peter 47 
William 33 
BROOME, Melus 83 
BROWN, Abram 15 

Burwell 43,89,95 

Jesse 113 

John (Jr.) 108 

Kessell 93 

Rusell 37,39 

Russel 37 

Russell 95 

William 15 

Willian (Sr.) 60(2) 
BROWN(E), Benjamin 157 

llonjamin E. 157 



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BROlvNCK), I sham 157 

James 157 

Jesse 157 

John 157 

John T. 158 

Lucre ti.a 15H 

Mary 158 

Nanc}- 158 

Sarah 158 

Susan S. 158 

Thomas 15H 

BRUCE, James 158 

James *2 158 

BRYANT, Elizabeth H . 158 

Hamlin 158 

Jesse K. r. 158 

John 17(. 

BRYFR, John 5 3 

BUCKLEY, Edward 1 '.8 

BULL, Silvanus li-'i 

BULLARD, George :ii.,J8 

John luJ 

BULLOCK, Benjamin iMi 

Joel ('l! 

William oil 

BUMPASS, DicE-s 35 

BUNN, Etheldrcd i.n 

Nancy (^(> 

BUKI), Adam 121 

BUKFOOT, Thomas 119 

BURGE, Elizabeth 37 

BURGERS, Edward 75 

BURLEY, Robert 103 

BURROW, Ann 127,129,132,136 

Bethia 127,132,13A 

Bethiah 129, 13A, 
136 

henry 127,128,129, 
130,132,133,13':., 
135,136,l.'i2 

Jams /James 12 7,129, 
130,1)3,1 35,130 

Jarrald 19 

Jno./Joliii 127,129, 
130,132,1 i3,13/i, 
135,131. 

Mary 127,129,132, 
13^1, 13(., 1^.2 

I'eter 89 

Phil/l'liili]. 128,130, 
133,135,1 i..,]-'it) 



BURROW, Susanna 127,129, 
130,133,135,136 

Tlio. /Thomas 127, 
129, 132, 13A, 136 

Will 129,132 

Wm. /William 127, 
128,129,130,132,133, 
134,135,136 

Wm. Henry 127 

Willie 127,129,130, 
132,134,135,136 

BURROWS, TJiomas 142 

lUlRT, John 42,43 

Mary 158 

Thomas N. 158 

William S. 158 

BURTON, Elizabeth 39 

James 39,^0,44 

James lo9 

James (Jr.) 39 

Thomas 39 

HUKUCEC BRUCE), Henry C. 173 

DI'KWEl.L, Armistead 107 

Lucy A. 107 

BUSMAl', William 45 

BUSONG, Lewis 104 

BUSTIN, Chris toplier 29 

BUTLER, Daniel 104 

Jno . 74 

James 176 

Thomas 19,44 

Thomas (Jr.) 19 

hUTKIUGE, Henry 102 

BUTTS, Charles 99 

Sarah Jane 174 

BUXTON, William 104 

BYRD, Joseph 158 

Maria - 169 

William 169 

CAIN, Isham 19 

James (Jr.) 19 

Micajah 19,142 

Peter 19,142 

William 19 

CALDWELL, Alexr. 74 

David 39 

James 72 

John 169 

Kobt. 34 

William 168 



CALVERT, Nelson 45,88 
CAMERON, Anne Owen 89 

Mary Read 89 
CAMPBELL, Archibald 103 
CAMRON, Uriah 73 
CANADA, Jones 158 
CANNON, Argent 83 
CARDWELL, George 34,44,95 
CARELESS, John 51 
CARGILL, Cornelius 91,122 

Daniel 38,91 

Jane 91 

Jean 91 

John 3,76,125,126 

Lucy 91 

Nathaniel 3 

Sally 91 

CARGILLS, Daniel 91 

CARLOSS, Ache 19 

CARREL, Pricilla 109 

William (Jr.) 57 

William (Sr.) 57 

CARRELL, Charles (Carroll) 
158 

Drury 158 

James 158 

John 158 

Thomas 158 

CARRINGTON, P. /Paul 35,36, 
41,42,43,89,91,95,101,102 

Paul (Sr.) 102 

CARROL, Mark 57 

Nathan 57 

CARSLEY, Augustine 158 

Edmund 158 

James K. 158 

Lucy 158 

CARSON, William 43 

CARTER, Ann 130 

Charles 169 

Edward 4 7 

Elizabeth 141 

George 76 

Jane 35 

Jesse 173 

John 35,115,173 

Lucy 130 

Martha 130 

Rebecca 130,139,141 



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CARTER, Richd. 13U,139 

Robert 173 

Sarah l^il 

William 158 

William #2 158 

GARY, Elphingston 175 

Mary 158 

CASH, William 75 

CASSEL, Sterling 15 

CATEU (CATO), PaLieiicG 150 

CATO, Ella W. 148 

John H. 1-^8 

Mary E. lA'J 

WarrGn 107 

William W. 148 

CATON, Henry 17 

CHAFFIN, John 92,95 

Thos, /Thomas 38, 
40,93 

CHAFIN, Joshua (Sr.) 38,95 
Nathan 38 

CHAMBLESS, James 52 

William 15 

CHAPELL, Henry 53 

CHAPMAN, Denja. 64 
Fanny dS 
Martha 173 
William 173 

CHAPPEI,, James 17 
Mary 1 7 
Thomas 19 

CHAPPELL, Braxton 158 
Howell 53 
James 48 
John 17,147 

CHARITY, David 158 
Henry 158 
Lucy 158 
Squire 158 

CHARLES, Gcor!;(' K. 158 

CHEATHAM, James 158 
Joseph 158 
Nancy A. 158 

CIH:KSEMAN, Ceo. 125 

MildrcMl 125 

CIIILDREY, Benedict 102/3 
Benjamin 102 
Emily l(/i 
Jeremiah (Jr.) 102 
Jeremiah (Sr.) 102 



CHILDREY, Martha 103 

Thos. 123 

William 102,103 

CHIPMAN, John 76 

Willm. 76 

CHRISTIAN, Fady 70 

John 70 

Richard 17 

CILLS, Peter 48 

CLACK, John 123 

Sterling 123 

CLAIBORNE, Aug/Augt . /Augustine 
53,127,129,132 

William (Jr.) 17 

CLAIBOURN, Majr. 46 

CLANTON, Holt 19 

John 15 

Nathaniel 19 

William H. 158 

CLAREY, Mary 142 

Tho. 142 

CLARK, Elizabeth 38 

Ivey 17 

John 111 

Phillip 175 

Samuel 168 

Tlios. /Thomas 93,94 

Wra. /William 43,103 

CLARKE, Ann 93 

Edward 93 

Elijah 93 

Francis 53 

John 93 

John (Sr.) 93 

Nancy 93 

Paulett 93 

Sarah 93 

CI.ARK(E), Benjamin 158 

Etheldred 158 

Fanny 158 

Fielding 158 

Henry 158 

James S. 158 

Juliet A. 158 

Martha 158 

Patrick H. 158 

Polly 158 

Rebecca B. 158 

William 158 



CLARK(E), William #2 158 

Willis 158 

CLARKSON, Joseph 102 

CLARY, Benjamin (Jr.) 57 

Benjamin (Sr.) 57 

James 57 

Mary 57,142 

Martha A. 158 

CLATON, Hannah 158 

CLAY, Henry 38,40 

Henry (Jr.) 173 

John 173 

Patsy (Engram) 173 

CLAYBROOK, A3 

0. 35,44 

CLAYTON, Charlotte 158 

Cherry 158 

Jno. (Jr.) 39 

John (Capt.) 109 

Mary 45 

Sarah 33 

Thomas 45 

CLEMENT, Elizabeth 66 

CLEMENTS, Barnet 38 

Benjamin 38,40 

CLEMENTS, Bob 38 

Claiborne Austen 
38 

Frances Presalla 
38 

Hannah 123 

Jeany 38 

John 123 

Letty 38 

Mary 38 

Nancy 38 

Tentsy 38 

Thomas 17 

William 158 

CLEMMENS, Jolin 121 

CLEMMY 41 

CLEVELAND, John 51 

CLIFTON, William 46 

CLINCH, James 158 

John 158 

Mary 158 

Mary #2 158 

William (Jr.) 158 

William (Sr.) 158 

CLOUD, George 38 



-18A- 



COBli, Charles 102 

Saml. (Col.) 123 
COBBS, John 9A 
Sam. 69 
Saml.CCol.) 16K 
COCHRAN, William I'^S 
COCK, John 45 
COCKE, Ann 112 
John 51 
Stephen 68 
COCK(E)S, Allen 159 
Ann 159 
Ann H. 159 
Benjamin 159 
Benjamin irz 159 
John 159 
Lucy A.B. 159 
Peyton S. 159 
Mary 159 
Richard (Jr.) 159 
Richard II. 159 
W.T. 159 
Walter 159 
William 159 
Wyatt 159 
COCKS, James 115 

Jno./John 55,112,116 
Lucy 115 
William (Jr.) 115 
William (Sr.) 115 
COFI-R, Matthew 159 

Thomas 159 
COCCIN, Delphia 15'> 
Mica j ah 159 
Thomas 159 
COKKR, llonry 111 

Jonathan 111 
COLDWKl.L, John 1 6H 
COLi:, James (Jr.) 35,36 
John 57 
John (Jr.) 9 
Josiah 35 
Lucy 35 

Mary Lipjitlool 35 
Mary WhiCU-r !5 
COLl'MAN, John 3^. , 36 , '.1 , 92 , 

Sarali 101 
Spi J shey 7i. 
COLl.lK, J.iiii.'s 7i. 



COLLIE, William 76 

COLLIER, Anna 91 

Benjamin 91 

Charles 91 

Charles (Sr.) 28 

Dabney 91 

Dolly 159 

Elizabeth 91,159 

Elizabeth E. 159 

Francis (Mrs.) 99 

Jesse 17 

Jno./John 34,35, 
42,91,92 

John #2 91 

Joseph 34 

I'atsey 91 

Rebecca 159 

Richard (Jr.) 76 

Sarah 39 

Susanna 28 

Thos./Ths. /Thomas 
34,35,36,39,41,44, 
91,92 

COLLIN, Jno. 43 

COLLINS, Richard 35,42,43 

Saml. B. 99 

COI._VKLL, Edward 122 

COMI'R, Elizabeth 95 

John 19 

Nancy 95 

Samuel 95 

COMTTON, John 148 

CONNKIJ.Y, James 108 

CONNOR, Timo. 121 

COOK, Amey 137 

Henry 53 

John 138 

Reuben 137 

Reubin 138 

Richard 17 

Sarah 138 

William 44,138 

COOKi:, Abraliam 124 

Amy 143 

John 140 

Sarah 140 

Win. 140 

COOI'I'l:, Drury 15 

Ererlerick 159 

James 53 

Jonathan W. 159 



COOPER, Richard 57 

Thomas 54 

COPPEDGE, William 66 

(CORELL?) — 122 

CORNET, Jones 60 

Sarah 60 

Selah 60 

Silvia 61 

CORNELIUS, William 76 

CORNWELL, William 159 

COT , Joseph 4 7 

COTHON, John 75 

COTTON, David 17 

COTEN, Richard 46 

Thos. 46 

Will 46 

COTES, John 4 7 

COTTON, Harris 17 

Nath 17 

Richard 17 

Thomas 17 

William 17 

COUNCIL, Mary 159 

COUPLAND, Benja. 117 

COX 68 

Fransena 39 

James 72 

John 39,48,121 

Mary 68 

Thomas 39 

COYLE, Coriielious 95 

CRAFFORD, Mary 159 

CRAGG, Mary 127 

William 127 

CRAWFORD, John 13 

John (Col.) 12 

Solo. 176 

CRAWLEY, Doisey 159 

CREACII, John 17 

CREEKMORE, Follyanna 14 

CRENSHAW, Chas. /Charles 
42,43 

Martha 44 

Martha (Bedford) 42 

Plesant 102 

CREWS, Richard 89,90 

William 90 

CRITTENDEN, Robert 159 

CROCKER, Arthur 113 

Francos 159 



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CROSLAND, John CU> 

CROSS, Sarah 57 

William 57 

William II. 176 

CROWLEY, Samuel 74 

CRUMP, Jno. C. 107 

Julianna 151 

Richard 152 

CRIIMPIER, Beasant. 110 

Benja. 113 

Benjamin (Jr.) 113 

John 113 

CRUTCUFIELD, Georcf 173 

CRYER, Elizabeth 127 

Robert 127 

William 159 

CULLUM, Thomas 17 

CUMMINGS, Elizabeth 102 

CUNINCIiAME, James 39 

Susanah 95 

CUNNilNbllAM, James 39 

James (iJr.) 41 

Robert 41,43 

CUNNINGHAME, James (Dr.) 38 

CUKRIE, Geo./Coorce 121,123, 
168 

DABBS, 93 

Richard 92,93 

DABNEY, Isham E, 12 

DACUS, Nathaniel 39 

DAILEY, Edmund 173 

DANCY, William 45 

DANIEL, Jno. /John 36,42,91, 
101 

Peter 4 

Randal 5 

Randall 4 

DAUGHTRY, Elizabeth 31,66 

Elizabeth(nd of 
Samuel) 31 

Joseph 30,31 

Martlia 66 

Milly 66 

Nancy 30 

Samuel il 

William 06 

DAVENPORT, Jack S. 35 

Jack Smith 37 

Richard 37 

DAVIS, Archibald 159 

Archibald (Sr.) 159 



DAVIS, Cha./Chas. /Charles 

54,130,133,135,137., 
139,141 

Dawson 159 

Dolphin 159 

Edward 47 

Edwin 54 

Elizabeth 152,154, 
155 



Etheld 


red 54 


Hannah 


159 


James 


176 


James 


(Sr.) 159 


Joell 


130,133,135, 




137 


John 


15,121,154,155, 




153,159 



John (Sr.) #2 159 
Joshua 106 
Lemuel 159 
Lewis 66,67 

Lucy 159 

Madison 159 

Marparet 159 

Mark Davies 159 

Martlia 66 

Mary (w of Wm.) 153 

Nathl. 130,133,135, 
137,139 



Nicliolas Davies 
Powhatan 159 
Robert Henry 159 

159 

41 

48 
159 



159 



Samuel 

Temple 

Thomas 

Wilie 

William 



61,152,153, 
154,155 



DAWSON, Hannah 71 

Joshua 71 

I)I"AKI:NS, Lycuryrus Lafayette 
148 



Susan Jarratt 
UKIiORIX, Henry 159 
DEHKIX, John 159 
Major 159 



148 



LANA, Isham 111 

LOACH, lien 108 

I.OATCH, Charlotte 

Elizabeth 

John 66 

Martha 66 



66 
66 



DELOATCH, Mary 66 

Mourning 56 

Thomas 67 

DELOACH, William 108 

DELONY, ( ) 169 

Anne 169 

Anne (Jr.) 169 

DELONEY, Henry 168 

William Howard 168 

DENNIS, Joseph 16,135,137, 
139 

DENTON, John 47 

Rachel 81 

Thos. 46,48 

DERRING, James 159 

James it! 159 

DEUPREE, Thomas 37 

DEWELL, Hannah 159 

Henry 159 

Richard 159 

Richard U2 159 

William 159 

DICKERSON, Anne 102 

Betsy 102 

Jane 102 

Jean 91 

Jeane 35 

Leanna 102 

Metcalf 91 

Tarpley 35,91, 
102 

DICKS, Sarah 81 

DILLIHAY, John 138,139 

DILP0RT(?), Joseph 176 

DINKINS, Ann 138,140 

Thomas 138 

DIX, James 76 

John 76 

John (Gent.) 75 

Larkin 76 

DIXON, Henry 69,76 

John 69,104 

DOBEY, Nathaniel 17 

DOBIE, Mary 51 

Wm. /William 129,130, 
132,134,136,142 

DOBY, John 46 

Robert 46 

Will 46 

William 127 



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DODSON, George 75 

DONELSON, Alexr. lU 

DONELSON, Jno./Jolin 72, 7A 

DORTCll, Isaac 83 

Lewis J. (Dr.) 83 

Mai-y 83 

Sally 83 

DOSS, James 73 

Thomas 73 

DOUGLAS, James 159 

Margaret 159 

DOUGLASS, Will 169 

William 169 

DRAKE, Elizabeth 28 

Tristam 28 

DREW, Elizabeth 159 

Jesse 152 

Mary 1 59 

DREWRY, Richard 159 

DRIVER, Daniel 103 

DUGGEON, Alexander H8 

DUDGEON, Ann 88 

John 88 

William 88 

William (Jr.) 88 

DUDGEONS, James 95 

DUFF, Abdon 51 

DUKE, John ^7 

William lO^j 

DUNCAN, Na U(, 

Natlianiel 139,li'i0, 
Vil 

Thomas 76 

DUNCEY (?), Archibald 155 

UUNKLEY, Moses 122 

DUNMAN, Jemima 81 

DUNN, Bolen 15 

IJrury 19 

llardiman 15 

Jolin hi 

Lewis 1(> 

l.(-wis Jr. 51 

Morris i<] 

Natlinnicl ]7,l.s 

Thomas 115 

Will ',6 

William (Ji . ; 'A 

William (Sr.) '.I 
DUTRAY, Vliomns 12.' 



DUPREE, Thomas 37 

EALY, John 159 

FANES, Henry 95 

Martha 95 

EAST, John 75 

Tarlton 40 

ECCLi:S, Abraham 88 

EDMUNDS, Lucy 141 

Mary 141 

Nicholas 57,120, 
122 

Susanna 141 

Temple 141 

Thomas 17,54 

EDWARDS, Davis 160 

Elisabeth 109 

Fanny 65,66 

James 66,67,103, 
160 

James #2 160 

Jolin 46,109,160 

John W. 160 

Mary 66 

Micajah 109 

Michael (Jr.) 117 

Newet 160 

Richard ii. 160 

Saral] C. 160 

Skolton 160 

William 173 

William II. 160 

William N. 160 

KKOLS, John 19 

ELAN, Edwd. /Edward 36,37 

ELDRIUGE, Will/William 46, 

123 

ELEY, William 177 

ELTOTT, Ann 94 

Richard 94 

EI. LET (ELLIOTT), Nancy K.O 

ELI, LITE, Elizabeth 119 

James 119 
ELLIN, Thos. 176 
ELI. 101, Ann 36 

Millpy 3H 
EI.LKiTT, Anne 94 

l.li/.ihcLh Wmfri'f 118 

James 118 

Mary 94 

Ricliard 94 



ELLIOTT, William 94,103 

ELLIS, Benjamin 57,160 

Boiling 160 

Caleb 57 

Dawson 108 

Cornelius N. 160 

David 160 

E.V. 149 

Edwin 54 

Isaac 57 

John 57,104,123,160 

Jonathan 160 

Joseph 160 

Mike 160,176 

Richard 91,160 

Sally 160 

Samuel 160 

Sarah 160 

Stephen 160 

Susanna 160 

Thomas (Jr.) 160 

Thomas B. 160 

William 57 

EMERY/EMMORY, David 160 

Hannah 160 

Howell 160 

llezekiah 160 

John 160 

John in 160 

ENGLE, John 160 

ENCRAM, Thomas 173 

EPE5, Frances Hill 13 

Francis 11,12 

Fr. (Col.) 13 

Isham 11,12 

James 12 

Martha 11 

Frederick 11 

Will, 12 

EPPERSON, Frans. 44 

Thomas 38 

El'PES, Amoy 10,11 

Eli/.abeCh Hill (Miss) 
6,7.9 

Frances 46 

Francis 6,10,12 

Fredk. /Frederick 
7,8,9,10,11,12 

Isham 9,10 

James 52,107 



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EPPES, Joshua 122 

Wm. /William '>,S,7, 
10,11,12 

EPPS, Ed A 7 

Francis (Col.) 9,13 

EPS, Joel 53 

ESKERIDGK, Thomas l^i3 

EUBANK, John 45 

EVAN, 168 

EVANS, Benjamin 54 

George 33,3'i 

Sarah 17 

EVERETT, Daniel 76 

John 176 

EZAL, William (Sr.) 15 

John 4 7 

TiiiioLhy 4 7 

EZHl.I., Ahel 61 

Balaam 61 

John 45 

Thomas 142 

EZIU., Thomas 61 

FAIN, Richard 76 

FAISON, Alexander ]6i- 

Mary W. 1 6ij 

FAKGIISON, Alexander 95 

Bryan L !5, 59 

FARIS, Thomas 72 

FARISS, Elisha 7 3 

Jacol) 74 

James (Jr. ) 73 

John 73 

William 73 

FARLEY, Matthew llH 

FARMER, John Boyd 169 

Stephen 35,43,H9 

FARQUSON, Bryant 3 7 

FARRAR, Cliarles 40, .'il 

Josiah 41 

Mary 4 1 

Susanti 'il 

FARRINGTON, Amie 12K,129, 
1 14 

Kohl. 12H,129, 
1 32,134 

FARRIS, Josrjih 7K 

FARTHING, Rich.ail 7'i 

FASON, Henry 57 

FAULCON, Edward li^n 

Jacoh lliO 

Jane 160 



FAULCON, John N. 160 
Nicholas 160 
Sally 160 
Walter 160 
FFIl.D, Brittle 47 
I'U.TS, James 57 
Jesse 61 
Natlian 57 
Nathaniel 61 
Priscilla 70 
William 57,64,70 
FENNFLL, Brian C 26 
Bryan 26 
John 26 
FERNANDO, William 14 

Fl UltEIJ.., 70 

Priscilla 70 
Sylvia 70 

FL , Benjamin 61 

ill. I. IS, William 176 
FINCH, Adam 40 
Jolin 4 5 
John W. 160 
Thomas 4 5 
William H. 160 
FINDLFY, William 119 
FINNIE, Alex. 10 

William 10 
FIRES, John 19 

Wm. 15 
FriCIUTT, Jolin R. 160 
Nancy J. 160 
Randolph 160 
1-Il'TS 86 

Henry 86 
James Harris 86 
Oliver 86 
Susanna 86 

FITZ Hf' 

FI.ETC1H;K, Ambrose lol 

James 101 
Mary 101 

Molley 101 

Patsy 101 

Keuhin 101 

I'LTTH, MiUicent 66 

1I.00D-, l-'rodorick 93 

William 93 

Sawney 93 



FLOWERS, David 130,131,133, 
135 

Elizabeth 130,131 

Rachel 130,133,135 

Samuel 14 

FLOYD, Edmond 76 

FOLtCES, Baxter 68 

Flam 68 

FLY, Alice Jane 170,171 

Alsea 171 

Boon (s of Enock) 171 

Boon/e 170,171,172 

Camilla Ann 170 

Camillus Sid. 170 

Camillus Sidney 171 

Elisha 171,172 

Emelius 172 

Enock 171,172 

Enos 172 

Flavius Jos. 170 

Jeremiah 172 

Jesse 171,172 

John 171,172 

John (Jr.) 172 

Leonidas Alex 170 

Mary Boon 170,171 

Quintus Cin. 170,171 

Robert Per. 170 

Salley 171,172 

Webster N. 170 

William Boon 171,172 

FOOIU:, Jolin 41 

Peter 41 

FORD, John 139 

Josephine 149 

FOKE, George 36 

FOREMAN, Courtney 83 

Jesse 83 

Prudence 83 

FORT, Frederick 61 

Hilliard 32 

John 137 

Joshua 99 

FORTUNE, Jos. 73 

FOSTER, Elizabeth 93,101 

George 93,101 

Geori'.e (Jr.) 93,103 

George (Sr.) 94 

John 93 

Josiah 93,101 



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FOS'ITK, Moses '^9 

William 9J , •).'!, 101 

FOSTEKC?), Josiah 'Jn 

FOIIKQUI-KAN, Sarah 11'' 

William 118,119 

FOWl.KK, Billiard 3'"- 

FRANCES, William T/ 

FRAtJk'l.IN, Josiali 9^, 
Judah 119 
Judith Wir.rroe 118 
Poter 9.0,11H,119 

FKANKl.YN, RobGrt 36 

FKFFLANIJ, Abraham K.U 

Mary Ann 1 f.O 

Nancy K." 

William K." 

FRFKMAN, Ar I hr. / Ar L.hur 

61, 125, 127, IJH, 129, 
13l),132,13''i 

Cliarlr-s 129 

Cliarlolln 127, 
128,130 

CliarloLLe Kinliold 
130 

Frederick 7'/,] 73 

Hamlin 12 7,129 

Hamlin Stok.-.s 125 

HarUwell 128,129, 
132,13^,13H,139 

Henry 15,57,130, 
132,13/i 

James 79 

Jemima 125 

Joel 128 

JoGll 129,p2,rVi, 
138 

Jno./John •'i7,57, 
128,1 )0, I 32,136, 
169 

John (Ji-.; 19 

Josiah 12 5 

Lucy 57 

Marnarcl 79, no, 82 

FRENCH, James 1 Vi 

FR1I;NI), Jos. /Joseph 35, AO, 
/i3, 102,103 

FIJIXJIAM, Mich. 1 12 

FIHJHA, Anno 95 

i:ii/a. 'I'l 

Eli/aheLh ( llinlloid) 
A 2 

lianris ''■'< 

Hannah '''■ 



FUQUA, John 81,90,91,95 

Jos. /Joseph '■il,A2, 
66,90,92 

Joseph (Jr.) 61,6 3 

Samuel 95,101 

Samuel (Jr.) 95 

SLephen 36 

TahiLha 95 

William 27 

FIN;(^1II',ANE, Sarah Winfree 
118 

I'OTREI.h, FLizabetli 66 

John 66 

CAINES, Kicliard 36,88,89, 
95 

Richard (Jr.) 
36,39,60 

Richard (Sr.) 36 

CAINS, Ricliard 38,66 

(;AI.E, Chloe 65 

Elizabeth 160 
CAI.EIMOKE, Elislh 93 
CANT, I'olly 66 

Will. 66 

(:AI;ni;N, Alexander 101 

CARIY, John 17 

CAKI.ANI), David 81 

I.ucy 81,82 

CARLINGTON, Edward 167 

CAKNER, INFANT 168 

i:li/.abeCh W. Jolinson 
168 

James M. 168 

Jolin T. (Jr.) 168 

Ricliard H. 16K 

CARI;ETT, James 88 

CARKIS, Martha 66 

William 66 

CARKOTT, James 88 

CATES, Elizabeth 92 

CATi;WOOI), Amliroso 76 

Dudley 76 

CADET, John A. 160 

CAY, lliMiry 175 

CKE, lioyce 1 25 , 1 2(. , 1 2» , 132 

Elizabeth 126 

Henry 125,126,128, 
131,133,136,162 

James 126 

lames (Jr.) 125,126, 
128,132 

hebecca 15 



GFNEONS, John 6 7 
CENT, William H. 160 
GEORGE, Carrell 160 
Elizabeth 37 
William (Jr.) 37 
William (Sr.) 37 
GKKONIMO 171 
CIBDONS, James (Jr.) 20 

Lawrence 20 
GIBBS, R.W. 160 
CIBS, Malt 67 
GIl.AM, John 66 
CIL_AN, Warick 66 
GILBERT, Binns 160 

Henry 160 

James 56 

John 56 

William 52 
GILL, Robert S. 160 
GILLIAM, 122 

— ry 135 

Ansolan 15 

Artliur (Sr.) 99 

Clia. /Charles 19,161 

Elisabecli 161 

Eliz. /Eliza 135,137 

llinclie 16 

Ishcum 15 

Jesse 25 

Jno./John 131,133, 
135 

],cvi 16,125,126, 
128,131 

Levi (Jr.) 16 

Mary 135,137 

Kobt. 39 

Saml. 135,137,161 

Tliomas 120,121,122 

Thos.(Jr.) 99 

Wm. /William 65,61, 
131,133,135,137,161 

GINK INS, John 6 7 

GIVIN, David 88 
(;('Oi'|',e 63 
Jolin 120 
lliomas Jones 88 

GLEBE 6 

GLENN, J. 36 

CLOVER, Aphie J. 160 
James 66 



-189- 



GLOVER, James (Jr.) 115 

James (Sr.) 115 

Jones 19 

Joseph 57 

Mary 17 

Patrick 11. 160 

Robert 'i6 

GODWIN, Christoplior 61 

Matthew 103 

GOOUF, Elizabeth Caroline 100 

Flavillas Turpin 100 

James Jefferson 100 

M. 37,38 

Mack 3'i,H'J,'J2 

Martha Jefferson 100 

Rebecca Sinp.loron 100 

Sarah Ann 100 

Sidner Mooro 100 

William 100 

William Hennel 100 

GOODRICH, James 161 

Meshack 1()1 

Mollie 171 

Richard 16] 

Sally 161 

William 161 

GOODWYN, A. 7 

GOODWYNN, George 15 

GORDON, Coleman 108 

GRANUERY, John (Sr.) 103 

GRANT, Daniel 115 

GRANTHAM, Steplion 161 

GRAVES, Charles 161 

David 16 

Edwin A. 1(>1 

Jolin 1 6 

Joseph A. 161 

Soliii. /Sol onion 16, 
67,A8,Vil 

William 1(. 
William li. 161 
GRAVILAI., James 120 
GRAY, Erederick 16] 
Henry 161 
H.C. 161 
William /i3 
GREEN, lienjamin 1'". 
riurwell 20 
Fady 70 
Fred 13^i 



GREEN, Frederic 127,13^ 

Frederick 129,132, 
136, 1A2 

G. 13 

James lA 

John 23 

Lucy 38 

Mary 26 

Miles 106 

Nancy 70 

Olive 70 

K.J. 1A9 

Uobcrf. 23,26,70 

Sarali Ellen 1A9 

Wm. /William 47,70 

CRKENWOOD, John 35 

Thos. 35 

GRECOKV, Richard 20 

GIUEEIN, Hum. (Jr.) 176 

Richard 20 

Sucky 140 

GRIEEIS, Catherine 143 

Edwd. /Edward 130, 
135,136 

John 137 

Katherine 130,133, 
135,136 

Reubin 141 

Suckey 137 

Tlio. /Thomas 130, 
133.135,136,143 

GIUEEITH, William 38 

GHICf;, Catlierine W. 44 

James 37,44 

Mary 37 

GRIGGS, Frances M. 106 

Henry 106 

John William 106 

Nancy 106 

GRIZZARI), John 70 

Lucy 61 

Sally 70 

William 61 

CIIARDINER, Uriah 117 

GIII'N, John 175 

CHLLIAM, James 102 

GWAI.TNKY, Elizabeth 161 

James 161 

John 161 

John Sr. 161 

John E. 161 



GWALTNEY, Joseph G. 161 

L.H. 161 

Lucy 151 

Thomas P. 161 

■ William 161 

GWIN, Geo. /George 35,88, 
89,102 

Lydia 88,89,102 

HAIL, Benjamin 61 

Benjamin (Sr.) 61 

John 61 

Micajah 61 

HAILE, Benjamin 109 

IIAILEY, Henry 88,90 

llAIRSTON, Robert 74 

HAISTY, Moses 99 

HALEY, Bcnj. 76 

Henry 92 

John 88 

John (Sr.) 88 

HALL, Dixon 20 

Henry 74 
Isaac 104 

James (Sr.) 20 

John 76,122 

Joseph 76 

Solo. 20 

Willis 17 

IIALLOM, Sarah 23,25 

HAMES, Jemima 89 

William 89 

HAMLET, James 42 

HAMLETT, James 36,42,43,44 

Mary 44 

Mary (Bedford) 42 

HAMLIN, Charles 54 

Sarah 54 

Stephen 127 

William 54,161 

HAMMOND, Selah 108 

HAN, Frederick 61 

HANAWAY, Chs. 44 

HANCOCK, llen./Benja. 127, 
129,132,134,136 

Ciemt. /Clement 

47,127,129,132,134, 

136 

Mary 127,129,132, 
134,136 

Robard 46 



-190- 



HANCOCK, Robt. /Robert 127, 
129, 132, 13^^,136, 1^2 

Sarah 127,129,132, 
13A 

Stephen 113 

Wm. 127,129,132, 
13A 

Wyatt 161 

(?) Rebecca 116 

HANCOCKE, Ben 1A2 

Mary 1^12 

HANDY, Jno. 74 

HANEY, John 93 

Thomas 93 

Wm, 93 

HANKINS, Daniel 105 

Dinah 105 

Robert 105 

William 105 

HANKS, James 101 

HANNAH, Andrew 39 

David 39 

George 37,38,39 

George (Sr. ) 38 

Isbell 39 

Jane 39 

John 39 

Judah 39 

Mary Elonor 39 

HANTY, Catherine 95 

HAR , Rebeckah 4 7 

HARA, Isabell 93 

Isabella 95 

HARDAWAY, John 152 

HARDIN, 120 

Ellinor 121 

Richard 108 

HARDY, William 115 

HARGRAVE, Anselm 161 

Ansalmn 117 

John 4 7,](.l 

Joseph 1(>1 

Savannah S. 161 

Thomas 117 

HARGROVE, Jesse 57 

Littice 57 

Susan 10b 

William 106 

William H. 106 

HARIS, Hartwell 58 

HARISON, John 46 



HARISON, Joseph 46 
HARLEE, Peter 39 
HARPER, Aggy 90 

Ann 126 

Edward 127 

Frances 127,129,132, 
134,136,138,141 

Wilkins 20 

William 20 

Wyatt 126,127,132,- 
134,136,138 

Wyett 129 

IIARRA, Isabella 88 

Michal 88 

MAKREI.L, Noah 176 

HARRIS, Alfred 161 

Betsy 70 

Betsey (Green) 70 

Chapman 161 

Charles 42 

Cofield 70 

Fady 70 

Fanny 66 

Francis 150,151 

George B. 161 

Gideon 70 

Hamlin 70 

Harmon 109 

Henry 70 

Howel/Howell 70 

James 70,86 

Jincey 70 

Joel 15,70 

JoeKSr.) 70 

John 65,70 

Joshua 70 

Joshua (Sr.) 70 

Julyanah 150 

Lewis 70 

Lewis (the elder) 71 

Lucy 61,70 

Mary 66,150 

Milley 66 

Milly 66 

Nancy 70 

Olive 70 

Patsey 66 

Polly 66,70,161 

Priscilla 70 

Randolph 70,161 



HARRIS, Rebecca 70 
Reubin 61 
Robert 101 
Sally 70,86 
Simon 150 
Suckey 70/71 
Sylvia 70 
Thomas 161 
Thomas #2 161 
Travis 161 
William 65,70 

HARRISON, Alexander 17 

Ben/Benja. (Esq) 
126,127,129,132 

Carter B. 161 

Charles 127,129, 
132 

Henry 9,126 

Henry J. 13 

John 20 

Jones 114 

Nathl. 6,126 

Polly 65 

Richard 54 

William 17,54 

William (Jr.) 54 

HARRISS, Avis 109 

Howel 99 

HARRUS, Jonathan 16 

HART, Ann 161 

Edwin D. 161 

Hannah 161 

Hartwell 161 

Hartwell P. 161 

Henry 109,161 

John 110 

Joseph 109 

Robt. 110 

Nicholas T. 161 

Peter 161 

Thomas 47 

HARTHORN, Joshua 46 

HARTLEY, Clement 14 

Joseph 14 

HARTWELL, Betty 130 

Eliz 130 

Paul 130 

HARTZFELD, Martha 161 

HARVEY, Thomas 37,95 

HARWELL, Gardner 20 



-191- 



HARHELL, Mark 20 

Mason 20 

Peter 51 

Richard 20 

Sterling 20,22 

IIARWOOD, Daniel 61 

John 15 

Samuel 19 

HASKERSON, John 36 

HASKINS, John 76 

Thomas 91 

HARVEY, Blasinghanie 35 

Drusilla 35 

Frances 35 

John 35 

Thomas 35,36 

Thomas (Sr.) 35 

William 35 

HASTY, Edwin 161 

Mary 161 

HATCH, Mary S. 161 

HATCHER, 11 

Vallentine 76 

HATCHETT, Abraham 38 

HATFIELD, William 111 

HAUCn, Moses 76 

HAWKINS, Benjamin 123 

Peter B. 1A8 

Thomas 120,169 

HAWTHORN, Frances 125,126, 
128,131 

Ishani 51 

Jno./John 115, 
125,126,128,131 



Joshua 



51 



Peter 125,126, 
128,131,133,136, 
1A2 

HAY, Balaam 61 

John ^5,^7,61 

Reubin 6 5 

Richd. /Richard 127, 
129, 132, 136, 136, 1A2 

Richard (Jr.) 61 

Richard (Sr.) 61 

HAYES, William 123 

HAYS, George 91 

Jones 92 

Mary Ann 92 

Mary Anne 91,92 

Mary Anno (Jr. ) 91 



HAYS, Richd. /Richard 
91,92,125 

Richard #2 91 

Richard (Sr.) 92 

HAZFLWOOD, William 20 

UAZLEWOOD, Luke 101 

HEATH, Adam 17,128,130 

Ambrose 56 

Durham 56 

Henry 17 

Margaret 17 

Nathan 17 

Rebecca 128,130 

Woodie 51 

Wm. 128 

William (Jr.) 125, 
126,128,130,132 

IIFETH, 67 

Adam 66 

James 67 

WilKJr.) 66 

HEFFERTON, Tliomas 103 

HENCOCK, John 58 

Nicholas 58 

Thomas 58 

HENDERSON, Saml, 126 

HENDRICK, Barbara 65 

Benjamin 65 

Elizabeth 65 

Gustavus 37,65, 
102 

Gustavus (Jr.) 65 

John 65 

Mary 65 

Obediah 65 

HENLEY, Bartholomew D. 161 

HENRY, H. 76 

Hugh 76 

Hugli (Jr.) 76 

Jno. 76 

Robert 93 

HERN, John 169 

HKRNDON, James 65 

Jotin 66 

John (Jr.) 65 

Joseph 65 

in-;WETT, Elisabeth 15 

HICHCOCK, Lucy 20 

IjICKS, Ceo. 173 

Harrison 173 

John 102 



HICKS, Lewis 173 

Lucinda 86 

Milly 161 

Robert 23,168,173 

HIGHT, Ann 17 

John 17 

HILL, Abner 173 

Elizabeth 139,161 

Green 116 

Isaac 138,139 

James 168 

John 115 

Joshua 53 

Margery (Mrs.) 20 

Mary 139,161 

Michl. /Michael 137, 
138,139,160 

Mildred 115 

Morris Z. 115 

S. 116 

Thomas 20,27 

William 168,169 

HINES, Allen 56 

Frederick 17 

Hartwell 17,161 

James E. 161 

Joshua 17 

Richard 82 

Sarah 82 

Wm. /William 138,160 

William (Jr.) 17 

William (Sr.) 17 

HINTON, Robert S. 161 

HITE, John Jr. 161 

Thomas 15 

HIX, Clement 56 

James 56 

Joseph (Jr.) 57 

Robert 56 

William 57 

William (Sr. -Estate) 56 

nOBBS, Amy 26 

Drusilla 26 

Joseph 115 

Stephen 26,115 

Thomas 115 

William 52 

HOBS, Thos. 67 

HODGES, James 106 

HOG, William 120 



-192- 



HOGGATT, John 92 

HOGWOOD, George 61 

HOLDER, William 73 

HOLDSWORTH, Charles 58 
Robert 151 

HOLLAND, Britten 176 
Henry 175 

HOLLEMAN, Ann 110 

Arthur 161 

Benjamin 112,161 

Henry W. 161 

Joseph 161 

Mic. /Micajali 
108,113 

Thomas 111 

William (Jr.) 113 

William (Sr.) 109 

HOLLINGSBERRY, Nancy 106 

HOLLOWAY, Elizabetli W. 162 

llerborL 102 

James 5h 

Jesse 162 

Silas 162 

William H. 162 

HOLT, Charity 152 

Charles 61 

Dolly 101 

Dudley 101 

Francis 162 

Frederick 109 

Hannah 101 

Henry 162 

J. 34 

Jaraes 162 

John 162 

John B. 162 

Josiali 117 

Louisa A. 152 

Lucy 101 

Martha 101 

Nary ElizaboLh "Marie" 
162 

Mica j ah 162 

Natlil./Nathaniol 15,142 

Nicliolas 162 

Rachel (Mrs.) 101 

Robertson 162 

Samuel 58 

Thos, /Thomas 10(1,101 

Thomas H. 162 

William 101, li. 2 



HOLT, William #2 162 

Woodley 101 
HOOD, Christopher 16 
Henry 115 
Nathaniel 48 
Thos. 47,48 
H0PF:INS, Hugh 162 

John 0, 162 
HOPPER, William 77 
HORD, Sally 101 

Thomas 40,91 
HORN, James 115 
Jeames 45 
Nathan 70 
Sally 70 
Thomas 115 
HOKNKR, Abijah 32 
Ben 32 
Benja 32,33 
Daniel 32,33 
Luce 32 
Nathan 33 
IIORTON, Danl. 176 
HOUGH, Ann 65 

Chloe 65 
Cloe 65 
Elizabeth 55 
Fanny 65 
Hezakiah 55 
Hezekiah 65 
James 65 
John 65,56,67 
Mary 65 
Milley 65 
Millicant 66 
Millicent 66 
Moody 65 
Nancy 55 
William 55 
HOUSE, William 4,5 
HOWARD, Diana 168 

Francis 120,158 
Hardy 104 
Henry J. 162 
William 120,158 
HOWKLL, John 15,76 
William 15 
HOWL, Sarah 35 
HUBAKO, W. 89,95 



HUBARD, Wm. 34 

HUBBARD, Oliver 51 

William 41 

HUDGINS, Thomas 117 

HUDSON, Agnes 39 

Gary 121 

Christopher 121 

Hall 73 

Peter 123,169 

Ward 94 

HUFTON, Thos. 104 

HULL, Ann 47 

HUNDLEY, Widow 41 

Ambrose 34,41 

Nancy 41 

Ransom 41 

HUNNICUTT, Elija 162 

Glaister 139,141 

John (Jr.) 162 

John (Sr.) 162 

Pleasant 17 

Robert (Sr.) 162 

HUNT, Ann 137,138,140,143 

Benj . /Benjamin 138 

Betsey 143 

Betsy 137 

Charles 92 

Elizabeth 92 

Ella W. (Cato) 148 

Goodwynn 20 

James 41,92,123 

John 123,168 

Joseph 92 

Judkins 20,138,140 

Mary Ann 92 

Nancy 92 

Ralph 124,168 

Sarah 92 

Susanna 138,140 

Tabitha 92 

Thos. /Thomas 20,127, 
129,132,137,138,143 

Will 46 

William 138 

William Francis (Capt.) 
148 

HUSON, John 20 

Tlio. /Thomas 20,127, 
129,132,134,136 

Thomas (Jr.) 62 

HUTCHINGS, John 15 



-193- 



HUTCHINGS, Thomas 75 
HUTCHINSON, John 91 
HYDE, Benjamin 12A,126 

Mary 12A,126 

Rebecca 12^^,126 
INGE, Alee 89 

James 89 

Richard 106 

INGRAM, John 173 

Thomas 173 

IRBY, Ann 138,140 

Eliz. /Elizabeth 138, 
140 

John 54,125,138 

Peter 75 

William 122 

(IRBY?), William 120 

IRION, John L. 106 

Martha Ann Elizabeth 
106 

IRWIN, James 169 

IVEY, Aaron 61 

Adam 61 

Daniel 17 

David 61 

Ephraim 61 

George 70 

Hugh 46,47 

Norfleet 70 

Peoples 61 

Polly 70 

Sally 70 

Thos, 47 

IVIE, Henry 131 

IVY, Henry W. 108 

JACKSON, 67 

Abel 39,102 

Elizabeth 95 

Francis 20 

Jeane 21 

Lewis 35,44 

Mark 106 

Martha 39 

Nancy 102 

Reuben 21 

Robert 39,4 7,102 

Simon 95 

Stewart 68 

Suckey 102 

JAESON, Lewis 44 



JAMES, Emanuel 58 

Hugh 37 

Peter 162 

Sarah 100 

Thomas 162 

JAMESON, Mrs. 93 

Anne 43,89 

Clem 93 

Clement 43,94 

Edmund 43,94 

Elizabeth 43 

Margarit 43 

Mary 43,89,94 

William 41,43,93, 
94 

JARRAD, George 149 
Henry 55 
Nicholas 55 

JARRATT, Faddy 17 
Henry 62 
Henry (Jr.) 58 
Howell 17 
Nicholas 62 

JEFFERSON, Field 120,168 

JEFFRYS, Joseph 47 

JENINGS, Robert 36,37 

JENKINS, Edmd. 113 

Elizabeth 135,137, 
143 

Jno./John 135,137 

Spencer 110 

Tho. /Thomas 135, 
137,143 

Valintine 113 

JENNINGS, Peter 17 

Robert 38 

JETER, William 38,40 

JINKINS, 135 

Willis 104 

JOENS, Elizabeth 68 

JOHNS, John 44,94 

Katharine 44 

Thomas 44 
JOHNSON, Elizabeth 17 

Isabella (Mrs.) 173 

James 54 

John 62 

John E. 162 

Joshua 55 

Lewis 14,141 

Mary 54 



JOHNSON, Mason 104 

Moses 162 

Randolph 162 

Thomas (Revd) 102 

Waddel 16 

William 16,124,162 

JOHNSTON, Benjamin 74 

James 37 

Nathan 82 

Samuel 37,38,39,43 

W. 39 

Walter 117 

William 38 

JONATHAN, Robert 162 

JONES, Abraham 17 

Alsy 31 

Amey 101 

Ann 142 

Binns 173 

Boiling 162 

Cadwallader 101 

Daniel 106 

Daniel #2 106 

David 38,53,104, 
138,176 

David (Jr.) 55 

David (Sr.) 17 

Edmd./Edmds. /Edmunds 
125,126,131,133,135, 
136,142 

Edward 21,133 

Edward (Jr.) 106 

Elizabeth 68,101 

Eliz. Edmds. /Elizabeth 
Edmunds 131,133,135, 
136,139 

Emanuel 162 

Fred 142 

Henry 21 

Henry Rister 28,29 

Holmes 17 

Howel 58 

Howell 107,142 

James 15,42,76,125, 
126,130,133,135,136, 
139,162 

James B. 54 

Jeames 46 

Jesse 125,128,131 

Jinkins 176 

John 17,20,44,76,108, 
115,127,129,132,162 



JONES, Liley Richardson 148 

Martha 142 

Mary 101,106,125, 
126,128,131 

Mary P. 162 

Myrack 142 

Nathl. /Nathaniel 
58,131,133,135 

Peter 54,55 

Prudence 106 

R. 121 

R. (Jr.) 121 

Rebecca 17,131,139 

Richd. /Richard 45,46, 
106,125,126,128, 
131,142 

Ridley 29 

Robert 15,54(2), 84, 
120,142 

Robert (Jr.) 159 

Robert H. 162 

Saml. /Samuel 17,142 

Sarah 106 

Thomas 58 

Wm. /William 142,162, 
175 

JORDAN, Chas. /Charles 41 

Edw. 36 

Jesse 15 

John 58 

Martha 41 

William 58(2) 

JUDE, Anne 101 

George 42 

JUDKINS, Charity 162 

Charles 15 

Dolly 162 

Elizabeth 162 

Elizabeth U2 162 

Gray 16 

Henry N. 162 

James 162 

Jane 162 

Jesse 162 

John 55,62,162 

John C. 162 

Polly 162 

Robert 58 

Samuel 162 

Sarah 162 

William 112 

William (Jr.) 58 



-194- 
JUDKINS, William (Sr.) 58 
KEA, James 162 

John R. 162 
Robert 162 
KEELING, Edm. 102 

Leond. 93 
KEESE, John 73 
KEESEE, Arthur 75 
Charles 75 
George 75 
KEITH, Cornelius 168 
k'KLLO, Elise 175 
R. 71 
William 176 
KENNADY, Huriah 54 

John 54 
KENNIBROUGH, James 55 

John 55 
KENNON, Richard 168 
William 168 
KERNOHAN, Will 94 
KERNAHAN, William 94 
KERR, George 58 
KERSEY, George (Jr.) 47 

Thomas 62 
KEY, John 58 
KILLEY, John 21 

KIMIiALL, 4 

Benjamin 30,83 
Patsy 31,32 
Rebecca 83 
KINDRED, Elisha 65 

Fanny 65 
KING, Andrew 47 

A.N. Kelly 149 
Ann 137,143 
Elizabeth 162 
Ephraim 53 
James 130 
James Monroe 149 
Jesse 162 
John 26,130 
John N. 149 
Joseph 46 
Joshua 14 
J.T. 149 
Mary 162 
Martha Hall 81 
M.E. 148 
Michael 103 



KING, Michl. (Shef.) 104 

Phil. /Philip 37,44,90, 
93,94 

Philys 93 

R.H. 149 

Richs. /Richard 48, 
137,143 

Robert H. (Jr.) 149 

Sally 81 

Sarah 143 

Sarah C. 149 

Susanna 26 



LACKLAND, John 34 

LAIN, Polly 66 

Ransom 66 
LAMB, Daniel 58 
John 125 
John (Jr.) 58 
John (Sr.) 58 
Mary C. 162 
Robert 58 
William 55 
LAMBERT, Hugh 43 

Joseph 87 
Mourning 87 
LANCASTER, Ann 124 

Etheldred 112 
James 112 
Joseph 109 
William 124 
LAND, Charles 16 
Curtis 16 
John (Est.) 116 
Robert 17 
Robert (Sr.) 15 
Webb 116 
William 16 
LANE, Batts 162 
Drury 58 
Elizabeth 162 
Fanny 66 
Frederick 162 
Jesse 58 
John 162 
John D. 162 
Joseph 58 
Kezia 162 
Lemuel 66 
Lucy 58 



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LANE, Mary 162 

Mary #2 162 
Patrick 11. 162 
Susanna 162 
Thomas 162 
Thomas #2 162 
William 162 
Wyatt 162 

LANIER, 12A 

Ann W, 163 
Benjamin 17 
D. 115 
Drewry 115 
Francis 6 
Nicho. 169 
Robert 112 
Tho. 169 
Thos. 168/69 
William 9 
LANKFORD, Priscilla A5 
LARK, James 135,137,143 

Joseph 135,137 
LASHLY, William 55 
LASSETOR, David 176 
LAUGHTON, Helenia Read 163 
LAWLESS, Benja. 76 
LAWRENCE, John 176 
LAWS, Littleberry 74 
LAWSON, Agnes 89 

Benjamin 89,91 
Eliz„ : -th 89 
Francis 169 
George 89,91 
George (Jr.) 89 
George #2 91 
James 89 
Jane 91 
John 89,91,169 
Joshua 89 
Nathan 89,91 
Sarah 89 
Zachariali 89,91 
LAYN, Fanny 67 
Lemuel 67 
Polly 67 
Ransom 67 
LEA, Andrew 37 
George 37 
John 37,38 



LEA, Jos. /Joseph 37,38 

William 37,38 

LEADERDALE, William 121 

LEAK, Jno. 74 

Robert 74 

Thomas 74 

LEAKE, James 74 

LEATH, Angelica 141 

Caelia 137 

Celia 135,139 

Jno. /John 52,135, 
137,138 

Martha 135 

Sarah 137,141 

Wm. /William 53,135 

LEE, Edward 47 

John 88,102,103 

LEETH, John 47 

LEGRAND, Josiah 95 

LEINBERCER, Henry 171 

LEITH, Angelica 139 
John 139 

LEND, Fanny 65 
Henry 65 

LENOW, Henry 67 

LENSFORD, James 176 

LESSENBERRY, Elizabeth 52 
John 163 

LESTER, Andrew 133,138 
Sarah 133 

LETT, Francis 4 

LEWIS, Emoch 55 
John 76 
Thos. 13 
William 43,114 

LIGGON, Tho. 95 

LIGHT, Jesse 175 

LICHTFOOT, Wm. /William 
75,115 

LIGON, Willm. 120 

LILES, David 122 

LILLEY, Frederick 138 

Jno. 138 

LILLY, Fred 140 

Frederick 114 

John 114 

LIl'SCOMBE, Richard 90 

Richard G. 94 

LISTER, Andw. /Andrew 58,125, 
128,130,135,137,140 



LISTER, Sally 128,130,135, 
137,143 

Sarah 125 

LITTLE, James S. 163 

Je^se 163 

Jordan H. 163 

LLEWELLIN, Tho. 141 

LOCKHART, John 82,83 

LOFTIN, Burrell 15 

Frederick 15 
William 15 

LOGAN, Alenor 78 

LONG, Arthur 125,126,128, 
131,133,136,142 

Britain 125,126,128, 
131,133,136 

Burl. /Burrell 125, 
126,128,133,136 

Charles 16 

Edward 47,138 

David 163 

Geo. /George 125,126, 
128,131,133,136 

George (Jr.) 16 

George (Sr.) 16 

Hannah 163 

John 138,140 

Rob. /Robt. /Robert 
125,126,128,131,133, 
136,142 

LONGBOTTOM, William 62 

LORTON, Tho. /Thomas 41,89, 
90,91,94,95,101 

LOVE, Alexander 163 

Amos 128,129,132 

John 42 
LOVELL, Daniel 74 
LOWE, Dedbetter 110 

Lighbourne 110 
LUCAS, John 122 
Sarah 163 
Stephen 163 
LUCOS, John 40 

Susanna 40 
LUMKIN, Robert 76 
LUNDUMANE, Sarah 89 
LUNDY, John H. 108 
LUNSFORD, Elias 177 
LYLE, James 33 
LYNN, C 62 

Robert 62 
LYONS, Thomas M. 163 



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McBAIN, Daniel 72 
McCOLLISTER, Richard 163 
McCRAWS, Stephen 95 
McCURIMAN, James 163 

William 163 
NcINTOSH, Robert ] 63 
McINVAIL, James 173 
McKINISlI, John 18 
McKINNE, Elizabeth 17A 

Fannie 174 

Susannn 174 
McKENNEY, i . , ,, , 34 
McLAMORE, Durwell 70 
McLEMORE, Joel 70 
John 19 
Lucy 70 
McLEOD, Fady 70 

John 70 

M , Joseph 47 

MADRY, Abel 62 
MACDAVID, John 168 
MACKEY, Thomas 95 
MACKGEEIIEE, Jacob 120 
MACKIE, Andrew 163 
MACLAMORE, Burrell 62 
MACLIN, William 123 
MADDERA, Elizabeth 163 

Mary 163 

Micajah 163 
MADDING, John (Jr.) 76 

Tliomas 7 7 

William 76 

MADDINGS, John (Sr.) 77 

MADDISON, Henry 3 7,88 

MADISON, Konry 36,37,41,88, 
93 

John 37 

Martha 37,88,93 

MADOX, David 102 

MACEE, Drury 16 

John 16 

Robert 15 

William 62 

Willie 16 

MAGET, William 163 

MACGET, Samuel 58 

MAIIANY, Semore 4 7 

MAJOR, Bernard 163 

Mary 163 

MALLECOTTE, John 1(,3 



MALONE, Amey 21 

George 173 

John 21 

Lucy 173 

M. 173 

Michael 21 

William 137 

MANGUM, Absolem 21 

James 21 

Samuel 55,62 

William 62 

MANN, Francis 44 

Page 36 

MANRY, Henry 62 

John 62 

William 62 

MAPLES, Joseph 73 

MARK, Dudly 65 

Milley 65 

MARKES, Izral 99 

Joseph 99 

Richd. 99 

MAKKEY, James K. 106 

Mary M. 106 

MARKS, Edward 163 

MARR, G. 123 

MARRABLE, Hartwell 114 

MARSHALL, Alexr. 68 

Joseph 38 

William 35,93 

MARSTON, Susannah 163 

MARTAIN, Wm. Peters 74 

MARTIN, Abraham 101 

Andrew 169 

Amelia 120 

Chloe 65 

John 72,120 

Kinchin 65 

Samuel 163 

MAKVELL, Hartwell 45 

MASON, Capt. 46 

Ann 125,126,128, 
131,133 



Annie 



149 



David 46,124,126, 
127,129,132,134,136, 
137,142,143 

David (Jr.) 55 

David (Sr.) 116 



MASON, Eliz. /Eliza. /Elizabeth 
125,126,128,131,133, 
136 

Henry 163 

Isaac 125,126,128, 
131,133,136,140 

James 124,126,127, 
128,129 

Jno./John 45,46,52, 
116,125,126,128,129, 
131,132,133,134,136 

John (Jr.) 18,115, 
124,125 

John (Sr.) 18 

Joseph 125,126,127, 
128,129,131,132,133, 
134 

Littleberry 62,152 

Mary 127 

Mary Ann 125,126, 
128,131,133,136 

Richd. /Richard 62, 
129,132,134 

Sarah 127,129,132, 
134 

Thomas 62 

Wm. /William 127,129, 
132,134,141 

MASON-HARDAWAY, Rebecca 151 

MASONt, Isack 46 

MASSENBURG, John 114 

Nichs. 125, 
126,131,134 

MASSENGALE, Thomas 58 

MASSEY, James 152 

Mary 151 

MATHIS, Joshua 75 

Samuel 75 

MATTHEWS, Benjamin 116 

William 121 

MAY, Abner 34 

Allen 62 

Daniel 94 

David 94,101 

Edmond 94 

Gabriel 34 

Henry 34 

Humphry 34 

James 94 

John 42,43,101 

Martisha 34 

Mary 65,94 

Priscilla 34 

Stephen 34,101 



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MAY, William 65 

MAYE, Mattox 122 

MAYES, Joseph 122 

Mattox 121,123 
Warren 108 

MAYNARD, Dudley n. 163 
Mary H. 163 
Robert C. 163 

MAYO, Joseph (Esqr) 33 

MAXEY, John 9^ 

MODELLON, John 120 

MEACHUM, Banks 52 

MEALER, Matthias ^5 

MECHUM, Henry hi 

Henery k'j 

MELONE, George 173 

MERCER, James 110 
John 110 

MERIWEATIIER, Thomas 76 

METTAUER, Jos. A3 

MICHEL, (Henry) 'i7 

MICKEL, Sary A7 

Thos. A7 

MIDCALF, Wm. 176 

MIDDLETON, Anne A2 
John A 2 

MILBY, William 117 

MILES, 169 

MILLER, Earnest 163 

MILLINGTON, Mary 163 

MILLS, John 120 

MILMAN, Rachel 163 

MILTEER, Thos. 176 

MILTON, Tyus 1A9 

MISKELL, Jeremiah 116 

MITCHELL, 152 

Ann 13K,139,1A1 

Betsey 39 

Brancli 52 

Cliarlottc 151 

Elizabeth 39 

Frankcy 139 

Henry 138,139 

J. 10 

Jacob 21 

John 39,. 10,51, 
138,]39,1A1 

Lucy 39 

Mildred 21 

Nathl. 138,139 



MITCHELL, Priscilla 139, 

lAl 

Rips 139 

Tabetha 141 

Tabitha 138,139 

Samuel 21 

Sarah 39 

Thomas 39,57,139 

William 39 

(Hardwood) John 21 
MITHCELL, Franky lAl 

Lewis lAl 

Reps 

Tab lAl 

Tho. lAl 

MONTGOMERY, John 18 

MOODY, family 83 

Blanks 163 

Epps 83 

Henry llA 

Philip 110 

Thomas 83 

MOOR, Archer A3 

MOORE, Barbara lA 

Benjamin Warner 150 

Charles 16 

Edward 125 

Eli?.. /Eliza. /Elizabeth 
125,126,128,131 

Hattie Sue Walton 1A9 

Hester Jane Powell 1A9 

Horace Walton 150 

James Matthew 1A9 

Jesse 163 

John James 1A9 

Joseph 3 

Josephine Jane 150 

Martha 133,135,137 

Nary 125,126,128 

Michael 58 

Rebecca 133,135,137 

Sarah 133,135,137, 
lAl 

Thos. /Thomas 102,125, 
126,128,133,135,137 

MOORS, Martha A3 

MORE, Epps A 7 

Will A7 

MOKENAN, Andrew 168 

MORGAN, John 125 

Matthew 62 



MORGAN, Philip 169 

Robt. A2 
MORING, Christopher S. 163 

Sarah 163 

William 163 

William S. 163 
MORRIE, Henry 87 

Ransom 87 
MORRIS, _omas 133 

Anne 102 

Betsy (Mrs.) 87 

George 102 

Israel 28 

Jeremiah 87 

John C. 163 

Joshua A2,102 

Lewis 53 

Martha 102 

Mary 102 

Nathaniel 102 

Rodana 102 

Sabra 102 

Thomas 125,126,128, 
131,136 

William 87 

MORTON, Agnes 35 

Agness A3 

Agnes(Jr.) 35 

Ann 35 

Charles 39 

Elizabeth 35 

Jacob 3A, 35, 39, A3, 
AA,90,92,93,9A,95 

Jane 35 

Jeane 35 

Joe 36,90,93 

Joseph 35, 37, A3, 95 

Joseph (s of Josiah) 
A3 

Josiah 35, 39, A3 

Judith 35 

Little Joe 35,36,A1, 
A3, 89, 90, 92, 9A, 101 

L. Joe A1,91,9A 

Mary 39 

Quin AA, 90, 92, 93 

Quinn 93 

Samuel 39, AA 

Stephen 35 

Thos. /Thomas 39 



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MORTON, Wm./ William 3^,35, 
36,39,A1,A3,AA,89,90, 
91, 92, 9A, 95 

MOSELEY, Edward 89,91 

Wm. 68 

MOSELY, 67 

Edwd. /Edward 37, 
Al 

Sampson 16 

MOSS, Benjamin 2 7 

Edmund 52 

Ephraim 52 

Henry 115 

Joanna 55 

John 52,127 

Joshua llA 

Sampson 52 

Thomas 18 

Henry A 7 

John hi 

Will m 

William 15 
MOTLEY, Abram 73 
MULLING, Thomas 35 
MULLINGS, James 91,95 
MULLINS, Vallintine 121 

MUNFORD, 168 

MUNS, John 62 
MURPHEY, James 7A 
MURPHREY, Barshaba 65 
MURFREY, Charles 58 
MURRAY, James 123,168 
MURRELS, Timothy 123 
MYRICK, William 62 
MUSICK, Electious (Jr.) 77 

Electious (Sr.) 77 
MUSTAIN, Jesse 72 

Thomas 72 
NAILD, Benjamin 16 
NASH, Thos. 123 
NERNEY, William 176 
NEVILS, George 103 
NEWBY, Thomas 163 
NEWELL, Richard G. 16A 
NEWMAN, Joel llA 
NEWSUM, Agness 63 

David R. 1^9 
Ellen V. Wyclie 1A9 
Andrew 62 
Catherine 16A 



NEWSUM, Daniel 63 

James 63 

Joel 164 

John 164 

John S. 164 

Mary 164 

Nathaniel 62 

Thomas (Sr.) 62 

William 63 
NEWTON, Giles 40 

Younger 40 
NIBBET, Lucy 65 

Wilmouth 65 
NIBBETT, Nancy 65 

Patsey 65 

Polly 65 

Sally 65 

Sally (Sr.) 65 

Susannah 65 

NIBLET, James 113 

NIDLIT, Frans 46 

NICHOLAS, Geo. 12 

J. 6,7,12 

Sally 164 

NICHOLS, Elisha 104,176 

Julius 121 

Liddia 15 

NICHOLSON, Elizabeth 59 

Harris 58 

Jno./John 59,128, 
129,130 

William 58 

Winifred(Mrs.) 30 

NICKLES, Edward 47 

NICOLSON, Jane 124 

Jno./John 124,127, 
132,133,134,135,136, 
142,143 

Robt. /Robert 124, 
127,129,132,134, 
136,142 

NORFLEET, Elizabeth 152 

NORTH, Thomas 37 

NORTHCROSS, Richard 47,62 

Richard (Jr.) 47 

NOKTMINGTON, Natlian 62 

Precilla 51 

NUBY, Thomas 123 

NUCHOLS, John 75 

NUNN, Lucretia 124 

Thomas 124 



OBARR, Daniel 77 
OGBORN, John 46 
OGBURN, John 125 

Nicholas 18 
OGBURNE, Augustine 116 
O'HARRA, Michael 90 
OING, William 45 
OLIV^" Agnes 25 
EdwarQ 89 
John 38 
Joseph 89 
Joseph (Jr.) 89 
Sarah 86 
Thomas 25,45,95 
Thomas Lor ton 89 
William 45,116 
ONEY, James 164 
OSBORN, Benja. 176 
OUTLAND, Jerimiah E. 67 

Nancy 65 
OVERSTREET, William 95 

OWEN, 15 

rt 135 

David 131 
David (Sr.) 15 
Frederick 15 
Hannah 59 
Jas. Smallwood 77 
John 77,120 
John in 120 
John (Sr.) 15 
Joshua 16 
Robert 137,143 
William 59 
William (Jr.) 77 
Wm. (Bricklayer) 47 
Willm,(Consl.) 77 
OWENS, Robt. 176 
PACKARD, L.N. 171 
PALMER, Chilion 92 
Luke 38 
Richard 121 
PARAM, Abraham 47 
James 4 7 
John 4 7 
Math 47 
Will 47 
PARDON (PARTIN?), Joell 64 
PARE, John 115 



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PARE, Thos. 48 

PARHAM, Abram 52 

AbranCJr.) 52 

Elizabeth 63 

Ephram 46 

Frances 79 

George 21 

John 21 

Lewis 18,169 

Martha 25/26,105 

Martha (Wynne) 79 

Mary Ann 142 

Mathew 26,46,79,140 

Matthew 16,21,138 

Nath'l. 14 

Robert 18,79,80 

Robert (Jr.) 79 

Sarah 105 

Stith 45,52,79 

Stith (Sr.) 116 

Wm. /William 21,41, 
48,105,139,141,151 

Wm. (Jr.) 135,137 
PARISH, Hutson 87 

James 121,123 

Talbott 164 
PARKER, Benjamin 104 

David 104 

Edward 123 

Judith 138,140 

Mary 18 

Richard 18 

Susanna 137,143 

Wm. /William 137, 
138,164 

PARKERSON, Henry 105 

John 103 

PARR, Antony 47 

Hannah H. 164 

Richard 164 

PARSONS, Henry 18 

Jno. 74 

Joseph 72 

Major 88893 

Margaret 88 

Margeret 93 

Martha 88,93 

Mary 88,93 

Susanna 90 

Thomas 34 



PARSONS, William 88,94 

William (Jr.) 93 

William (gs of Wm.) 
93 

PARTIN, Chars 46 

Drury 115,138,140 

William 45,115 

PARTRIDGE, Ann 139 

Burrel 139 

Jesse 19 

Sarah 55 

PATE, Edward 63 

John 63 

Thomas 63 

PATRIDGE, Ann 141 

Brambles 141 

Burrell 141 

Charity 141 

Mary 141 

Nicholas 132,134, 
141 

PAliLKT, Elizabeth 35 

Thomas 36 

Thos. /Thomas 35,37 

PAYE, Rose 39 

PAYNE, Abram 73 

Greenwood 73 

Jno. (Sr.) 73 

Reuben 73 

Robert 77 

Thomas 40,73,77 

Thomas (Sr.) 40 

Wm. /William 72,77 

PEALE, Joseph 176 

PEARSON, J. 103 

PEBWORTH, Robt. 175 

PEDINTON, Thomas 48 

PEEBLES, Mary 18 

Sterling 173 

PEETE, Thomas 18 

PEGRAM, Caroline M. 164 

PENNINGTON, David 138,140 

Fred 140 

Frederick 115,138 

John 115,138,140 

Jos. 124 

Joseph 138,143 

Marcus 16 

Ursley 16 

William Thomas 15 



PENNY, James 104 

PENTICOST, William 94 

PEPPER, Stephen 59 

PERCIVAL, Mary Ann 170,171, 
172 

PEREMAN, Richard 73 

PERIMON, Ann 38 

PERKINS, B.H. 148 

Olin Cato Hunt 148 

PERRIN, Jas. 120 

PERRY, David 72 

Nathaniel 150,151 

Tichard A. 164 

William 72 

PERSON, Ann 164 

Henry 151 

John 151,152 

Mary 151 

PERSONS, Robert 46 

PETER, John 164 

Sarah 164 

PETERS, Henry 156 

James 138,140 

John 16,137 

Matthew 18 

PETERSON, John 28,150,151 

Thomas 28 

PETTI POOL, Wm. 123 

PETTIT, William 117 

PETTUS, Anna 92 

Charles 92 

Dabney 43,89,92,94 

Elizabeth 92 

John 88,92 

Judy 92 

Mary 88 

Stephen 92 

Thos. /Thomas 102 

PETTWAY, Edward 45 

Elizabeth 164 

John 139,141,143 

Mary 164 

Robt. /Robert 52,125, 
126,131,133,136,140 

Robord 45 

Sterling 51 

Wm. /William 45,139 

Wm. (Jr.) 135,137 

PETTY, John 42,43 

PETTY POOL, Setli 124,168 



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PETWAY, Capt. A 7 
PHELPS, John 95 
PHILLIPS, Robert IGit 
Thomas 59 
William 16^ 
PIERCE, Richard 16A 
FIGG, Matthew 78 

William 72 
PINNER, Jere. 176 

Thomas 104 
PISTALE, Thomas 77 
PITMAN, Edwin 164 

Sarah R. 164 
PITTS, Patience 29 

Peggy 29 
PLEASANT, George 59 
Thomas 164 
William 59 
PLEASANTS, William S. 117 
POLLEY, Edwerd 72 
Peter 75 
POND, Frank 164 

Hawkins 164 
John H. 164 
Matthew 164 
PONSONBY, Richard 164 
POOL, Thos. 175 
POPE, Everitt 176 
Joel 175 
Mary 83 
Simon 83 
Stephen 55 
PORCH, Henry 47 
Isham 21 
James 16 
Solomon 21 
PORTER, James E. 164 
PORTWOOD, Elizabetli 42 
Henry 42 
Loyd 42 
Nancy 42 
Rebeccah 42 
Robert 42 
Susanne 42 
Thomas 42,43 
Thomas (Jr.) 42 
POTTER, Sarah 93 
Wm. 120 
POTTS, John 52,116 



POTTS, John (overseer) 52 

POUNCEY, Antho. /Anthony 
120,121,169 

POWELL, _ward 135 

Edwd. /Edward 21,128, 
130,133,137,143 

Edw. (Jr.) 21 

John 21,173 

Seymr./Sejmiour 21, 
131,133,135 

(church) Edward 21 ' 

POYTHRESS, Peter (p. George) 
21 

Peter 51 

PRESSON, Daniel 164 

James 164 

Tomer 164 

PRETLOE, Rebecca 140 

Thomas 140 

PRETLOW, Belinda 164 

John 164 

Joseph 164 

Thomas 59 

Thomas (Sr.) 112 

William 164 

PREWIT, Joseph 102 

Samuel 77 

PREWITT, Byrd 78 

PRICE, James G, 164 

Mary 35,88 

Mathew 23 

Pugh 42 

Samuel 164 

Sarah 164 

Seth 16 

Tobias 164 

Wm. /William 37,38, 
43,164 

William (Jr.) 37 

FRINCE, John 63 

Nicholas 47,63 

William 63 

FKITCHETT, Harrison T. 31, 

32 

Henry 32 

J. 5 

FRITLOK, Ann 133,135,137 

Jos. /Joshua 131, 
133,135 

Rebecca 133,135, 
137 

Thomas 133,135, 
137 



PRITLOW, Tho. 131 
PRITLOWE, Ann 131 

Rebecca 131 

Tho. 131 

FROCTEN, Mr. 169 
PROCTER, Michael 59 
PROCTOR, Jeremiah 164 

Thomas 174 
PROSSOR, Nicholas 59 

Thomas 59 
PRUET, Henry 73 
Jno. 73 
Jos. 73 
Richard 75 
PRYOR, Robert 38,40 
PUGH, David 101 

Jas. /James 101,104 
Samuel 101 
Willoughby 36,101 
Young 101 

PULLEN, 31 

Nancy 30 
FULLY, Lewis 164 

Mary 164 
PURCEL, John 110 
PURNELL, Eliza R. 32 
Henry M. 32 
Sarah Ann Eunice 32 
PURVIS, Tiberias 177 
PUTNEY, John 164 
PYLAND, Elizabeth 164 
Obediah 164 
Robert 164 

R , Isaac 63 

R ( ), Peggy 92 
RABEY, Joel 175 

Lemuel 176 
William 176 
RACHELL, Susanna 22 
RAGSDALE, Elizabeth 81 
RAINEY, Peter 21 
Smith 87 
William 21 
RAKESTRAW, Mary 37,44 

Robert 95 
RAMEY, Allie C. 165 

William B. 165 
RANDALL 85 

, Ann 141 



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RANDALL, Elisabeth lAl 

Geo. 141 

Lucy 141 

Martha 141 

Peter 21,141 

Peter (Jr.) 21 

Susanna 141 
RANDOLPH 85 

, 121 

William 165 

RATCHLIEF, Benja. 77 

RAVENSCROFT, John 169 

Robert 7,8,9 

RAWLINGS, Amy 131,133,135 

Gregory 138 

Jno. 131 

Jno. (Jr.) 131, 
135,136 

Salley 135 

Sally 131,133 

RAWLINS, Alban 101 

Fleming 101 

John 101 

Lucy 101 

Mary 101 

William 89,90,92 

RAWLS, Adam 175 

Kedah 175 

Lavan 175 

RAY, James 125,126,128,131, 
133,142 

John 46,139 

Will 46 

Wm. /William 139,141 

READ, Anne 89 

Clem./Clemt. /Clement 
36,93,121,122,123,168, 
169 

Edmund 89,94 

Edmd. (Maj.) 43 

Isaac 34,36,41,43,91, 
92,94 

James 89 

John Nash 92 

Jonathan 40,41,89 

Mary 89 

Mary (Jr.) 36 

Mary (Sr.) 89 

Thomas 34,35,39,41,43, 
89,92,93,94 

Thomas (Col.) 94 



READE, Isaac 176 

REDDING, William 115 

REDMAN, Martin 175 

Thomas 36 

William 36 

George 95 

REED, Wm. 168 

William 104 

REES, Travis 85 

REESE, Charity 70 

Harris 70 

Howell 70 

John 70 

Polly 70 

Redmond 70 

Rivers 70 

REEVES, Jno. 131 

Rebecca 131 

RENN, Thomas 45 

RESPISS, John 117 

REVES, William 48 

REYNOLDS, Henry 120 

William 36 

RICE, John 88 

William 88 

William (Sr.) 5 

RICHARDSON, Archd. 177 

Archie 59 

Benjamin 63 

John H. 148 

Sue V. Harris 
148 

Thomas 59 

William 63 

RICKS, Sukey 70 

RIEVKS, Jno. /John 125,128, 
131,133,136,142 

Rebecca 128,133, 
136 

Thomas 138 

Winifred 133 

Winney 136 
KICGAN, Ann 165 

Benjamin 165 

Benjamin #2 165 

John 165 

William 165 
RITTENHOUSE, Joseph M. 149 
RITTER, Thos. 176 



RIVERS, Robert 127,129,132 

Samuel 108 

Tho. 140 

RIVES, Elizabeth 51 

Frans. /Frances 
47,127 

George 53,127 

Joel 51 

John 126 

Joseph 150 

Lucy 51 

Mary 152 

Peter 45 

Rebecca 126 

Richard 45 

Timothy 51 

Timothy (Sr.) 53 

Winnifret 126 

ROACH, John 43 

ROBARDS 123 

ROBERSON, James 102 

ROBERT, James 78 

ROBERTS, 135 

Ben. /Benjamin 
55,135,137,143 

George 123 

Jas. (Jr.) 77 

Jas. (Sr.) 77 

John 77,88,90,92 

Joseph 75 

Philip 121 

Sarah 55 

Thomas 89 

Willart 135 

Willett 143 

Willutt 137 

ROBERTSON 28 

Elizabeth 21 

Isaac 21 

James 21 

Jno. 88 

Nancy 70 

Nathaniel 22 

Thomas 47,121 

Wm. H. 70 

Wyatt 22 
ROBINSON 28 

George 28 

John 121 

Mary 28 



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ROBINSON, Lucy M. 1A8 

Merit 165 

Rebecca 28 

ROCHEL, Wm. 47 

ROCHELL, Hinche 14 

Mary 14 

ROE, Wyatt 14 

RODGER, Sterling 104 

RODGERS, Andrew «8 

Benja, 88 

James 88 

John 88 

Nathl. 88 

Tho. /Thomas 88 

ROEDER, Anna Emma 165 

ROGERS, Benjamin 88,165 

David 59 

Drury 176 

Elizabeth 165 

Henry 175 

J.C. 165 

Jesse 15 

John 59 

Joseph 15,139,141 

Lucy 165 

Mary 59 

Mary E, 165 

Nathl. 4 7 

Rebecca 59 

Reuben 14 

Reubin 14,139,141 

Samuel 88 

Sterling 175 

Ulisias 90 

ROLAND, Jno./John 63,125, 
131 

Joseph 47 

Phebe 15 

Susanna 63 

Webb 131 

ROLLINGS, Amey 136,139 

Gregory 140 

John 133,135,136, 
139 

Richard 16 

Sally 136,139 

ROPER(ROSSER?), John 152 

ROSE, Richard 15 

William (Jr.) 63 

William (Sr.) 63 



ROSS, Dudley 65 

Nancy 65 

ROSSER, Joseph 55 

ROTENBERRY, Susanah 45 

ROTTENBERRY, John 81 

Mary 81 

Susanna 
(Williamson) 81 

ROWELL, James 65 

R.- 7 

Sally 165 

Sarah 165 
ROWLAND, Chrt, 39 
ROY, James 136 
RUFFIN, Mr. 29 

Edm. (Jr.) 6 

Etheldred 30 

Francis 165 

Francis (Jr.) 165 

Thomas 165 

William 165 

William #2 165 
RUSELL, Edward 43 
RUSH, Grigsby 70 

Priscilla 70 
RUSSELL, Anne 92 

Edward 92,93 

James 93 

John 92,93,120 

Joseph 92,93 

Mary 93 

Nancy 92,93 

Peggy 93 

Thomas 92,93 

William 92,93 

William (Sr.) 93 

SAINTGEORGE, Charles Bingham 
165 

SALLE, Oliver 101 

SALLEE, Oliver 43 

SALMON, John 148 

SAMMONS, Ann 63 

Benjamin 63 

James 63 

Thomas 63 

William 63 
SANDERFORD, Elimelick 63 
SANDERS, Thomas 141 
SANDS, John 63 
SANTEE, William 64 
SATTERWIIITE, Thomas 121 



SAUNDERS, Alexander 110 

Thomas 22,138 

SAVAGE, Wm, (Jr.) 176 

SAVEDGE, Acrell 165 

Doila 165 

Elizabeth 165 

Hartwell 165 

Joel 165 

Joel H.N. 165 

John 117 

Missouri F. 165 

Thomas 165 

Wilmouth 165 

SCABURN, Ben 139 

SCAMMELL, Eliza 165 

Mary 165 

William 165 

SCARBOROUGH, James 165 

Thomas Y. 165 

SCOG , Richard 46 

SCOOT, John (Sr.) 15 

(?) 121 

SCOTT, Fr./Fras. /Francis 

38,40,41,42,43,90,91, 
92 

Frank 44 

Nicholas (Sr.) 165 

Robert 77 

Saml. 116 

Tama A. 165 

Thomas 11,12 

SEABORN, Benjamin 130,141 

SEABURN, Martha 63 

William 63 

SEARS, John 55 

SEAT, Hartwell 63 

Nathaniel 63 

Robert 63 

SEAVER, Nancy 165 

Norman 165 

SEBRELL, Benjamin W. 165 

David 165 

James W. 165 

Mary Ann 165 

Nathaniel (Sr.) 
165 

SEILEY, Wm. 169 

SELDEN, (Colo.) 33 

Sally 33 

SEUTHERLAND, Jesse 76 

SEWARD, Albert H. 165 



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SEWARD, Albrigton 165 

Carter 165 

Caufield 165 

Edwin 165 

James 165 

James Rowel 1 165 

William A. 165 

SHAMWELL, 70 

Nancy 70 
SHANDS, Ann 130 

Augustine 18 

Celia 130 

Eliza 130 

John/Jno. 130,139, 
1^1 

Lucy 130,139,1A1 

Phebe 130,141 

Pheobe 139 

Will A6 

Will (Jr.) A6 

William 22 

SHEARMAN, Ebenezer lAO 

John 169 

Katherine 169 

SHEFFIELD, Lewis 165 

Pleasants 165 

SHELL, Byren 173 

Stephen 173 

SHELLEY, Merit 165 

Thomas 165 

SHELLY, George 104,175 

SHELTON, Abram 74 

Armistd. 73 

Crispen (Gent.) 73 

Daniel 73 

Gabriel 73 

Lewis 73 

Spencer 73 

SHERMAN, Ebenezar 137 

SHIELDS, Robert lOH 

SHORT, Cornelius 72 

William 72 

SHORTER, Lucy 103 

SHREVE, David 45 

SHRIVER, Jacob Martin 165 

SIMMONS, Augustus Jajiies 
174,175 

Ephraiin 166 

John 18 

Joseph 138,140 

Joseph IMproc 174,175 



SIMMONS, Junita Williams 174, 

175 

Lenioard Augustus 
Gilliam 174 

Margaret Thomas 174 

Ruffin 166 

William 117 

William Butts 174, 
175 

(SIMMONS), Mary Elice Kello 
174 

SIMMS, Matthew 34 

SIMPSON, Thomas 105 

SIMS, Benjamin 173 

David 34,46 

Frederick 173 

SINGLETON, Robt . 75 

SI20R, William 78 

SLADYEN, Arthur 101 

SLATE, Edward 14 

SLAUGHTER, John 171 

SLAYDEN, Arthur 44 

SLEDGE, Araos 

Augustine 63 

Charles 46 

Elizabeth 63 

Jesse 63 

John 63,138,140 

Powhatan B. 166 

Rebeckah 46 

Thomas 115 

SLOAN, Anne 222 

SLONE, James 73 

SLYTUE, Mary 103 

SMITH, Absalom 71 

An( ) 121 

Anne 120,121 

Arthur 59 

Charity 166 

Conrod Mercer 92,94 

Drury 64 

Eads 155 

Edmund 120,123 

Edward 53,103 

(Edward) 47 

Edward C. 166 

Elizabeth 42 

George 35,42,91 

I sham 22 

James 33,117 



SMITH, Jno./John 18,47,94, 

113,128,130,133,135,136 

John (Blacksmith) 22 

John (Jr.) 44 

John (over.) 22 

John E. 166 

Jory Jory 33 

Joseph 59 

Joshua 15 

Lawrance 56,59 

Lawrence 137,139,143 

Martha 42 

Mary 33,166 

Mary Drew 166 

Peter 45 

Philip 166 

Rebecca 166 

Rees 171 

Reubin 44 

Richard 104 

Sarah 120 

Susanna 42 

Tho. /Thomas 42,128, 
130,133,135,136,143 

Wm. /William 3,40,42, 
47 

Wm. #2 47 

William (Estate) 64 

SNEAD, Rebecca 92 

SOBLET, William 37 

SOLOMON, Lewis 64 

SOUTH, John 166 

SOUTHALL, Henry 166 

SOUTHERLAND, John 77 

Phillip 77 

Sanders 77 

SPAIN, Elizabeth 22 

Jeames 46 

John 15,45 

Susanna 174 

William 45,114 

SPEED, Ja. /James 35,36 

John 168 

SPENCER, G. 35,44 

James 34 

John 40,90,103 

Julia 90 

Mary (Mrs.) 35 

Polly 90 

Samuel T. 92 

Sion 35,36,90,94 



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SPENCER, Tho. /Thomas 34,39, 
44, 9A 

Tho. (Jr.) 36,37,39, 
44,93,94,102 

Tho. H. 90 

SPIRES, John 15 

SPRATLEY, Benjamin R. 166 

James W. 166 

John 166 

Lewis M. 166 

Margaret J. 166 

Mary W. 166 

Peter T. 166 

Rebecca B. 166 

Richard D. 166 

Thomas Jefferson 
166 

Walter 166 

William 166 
SPRATLY, William 22 
STAGEY, Simon 59 
STAFFORD, Mr. 84 

Cuthb. 47 

Jordan 22 
STALLINGS, Mary E. 166 
STAMPS, John 77 
STANFIELD, Marmaduke 14 
STANTON, John 40,42 

Lewis 40 
STANTON, Salley 40 

William 40 

Zachariah 40 

STEPHENS, Samuel 117 

STEPHENSON, Edmd. 108 

Leml. 113 

Simon 113 

Thomas 108 

Wm. /Wil liani 
109,113 

STEVENS, Ann 124 

Edward 124 

Mary 124 

Sam 47 
STEVENSON, Joseph 18 
STEWARD, William 166 
STEWART, John 168 

William 166 

William (Jr.) 15 
STILLWELL, Jacob 7 7 
STITH, Mr. 3 

Agnes 79 



STITH, Buccanor 174 
Danl. 120 
Drury 166,169 
Drury (Sr.) 169 
Edmo( ) 121 
John (Col.) 79 
Martha 169 
Patsy P. 166 
Tho. 155 

STOKE, 123 

STOKES, Ann 14 

Henry 36 

Marcus 48 

Mary 141 

Nathl. 141 

Rebecca 142 

Sil. 134 

Silvans. 129,132 

Silvs. 128 

Silvanus 168 

Silvanus (Jr.) 
48 

STONE, John 123 

Richard 123 
STOVALL, 122 

John 122 
STOWE, Joel 39 

John 37 

Mathew 37 

Susanna 37 
STRANGE, Alexander 123 
STRATTON, Henrey 68 
STRICKLAND, Thomas 104 
STUARD, William 45 
STUART, John 115 

Richard 64 

Wm. /William 125,126, 
128,131,133 

William (Jr.) 14 

STUKDEFANT, llenery 45 

Holoman 45 

John 48 

Mathew 45,107 

STIIRDIVANT, Abner (Jr.) 27 

Allen 64,83, 
116 

Anderson 27,28, 
29,30,86,87,115 

Anderson (s of 
Williamson) 31 

Andrew J. 30 



STURDIVANT, Andrew Jackson 
29 

Ann 63,80,116 

Ann Wynne 81 

Anthony 80,81 

Armistead Burwell 
107 

Benjamin 31,81, 
83 

Benjamin (s of 
Wm. T.) 31 

Benjamin William 
32 

Betsy Collier 28 

Bettie 107 

Cannon 83 

Catherine 32 

Charles 27,79, 
80,81 

Charles (Jr.) 107 

Charles (s of Abner) 
28 

Charles (Dr.) 106 

Charles W. 80 

Charles Williams 
80 

Christobel 25 

Daniel 80,105 

Drucilla 86,87 

Edith 26 

Edmund 29,30 

Edward 82,83,84 

Edward C. 81 

Edwin 84 

Eliza ( ) 80 

Elizabeth 24,26, 
30,84,85,86 

Elizabeth(d of 
Jesse) 29 

Elizabeth(wid. of 
Wm.) 24 

Elizabeth(w of Chas.) 
27 

Elizabeth S. 31 

Elizabeth Williamson 
25 

Frances 25,26,84, 
85 

Frances Marion 29 

Frances (Tumlinson) 
81 

Frankey 26 

Hallom 24,25,27 

Hallora (Jr.) 26 



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STURDIVANT, Henry 22,24,79, 
80,81,82,83,84,86,87 

Henry W. 81 

Herbert 82 

Herbert A. 81 

Hollom 115 

Irvin 30 

James 79,80, 
81,82,84,85, 
105,106 

James (Jr.) 105, 
106 

Jemima 30,81,82 

Jeremiah 82 

Jesse 27,28, 
29,30,31 

Joel 30,80 

John 23,24,26, 

27,28,79,80,81, 

86,105,106,115 

John (Jr.) 105 

John (Sr.) 114 

JohnCof Brunswick) 
28 

John(s of Anderson) 
30,31 

John(s of Hallom) 
26 

John(s of Jesse) 
29 

John(s of Jno. A. ) 
27 

John (s of Jno. ) 
114 

John(s of Mathew 
£■ Martha) 31 

John (Jr.) 28 

John(Sr.) 80 

John A. 27,28 

John Anderson 
23,24,27,86 

John Anderson 
(of Sussex) 30 

Joscpli A. 29 

Judilh 24 

Luurel ia 26,79, 

Lucy 2(.,.J'J,30, 
80, HI ,8 J, 84,107 

I.ucy(d of Jno.) 28 

MarRarot 79,82, 

84,85 

Martha 79,84, 
106 

Martha(w ol' Urn. ) 
31 

Martha Klizabeth 



STURDIVANT, Martha Elizabeth 
Sylvester Harriet 29 

Martha Hines 83 

Martha (Parham) 
26 

Martha (Wynne) 84 

Mary 82,106 

Mary (d of Robt.) 
106 

Mathew 23,24,25, 
29,79,80,81,82, 
83,84,85,86,87, 
107 

Mathew(of Dinwiddle) 
25 

Mathew(s of Hallom) 
25 

Mathew P. 85 

Matthew 24,26 

Mourning 87 

Nancy 31,82,82, 
83,106 

Nancy(d of John) 
28 

Nancy Ellis 81 

Oliver 25 

Parraelia 32 

Patsy 86,87 

Patsy Kimball 31 

Peter 84,85 

Polly 81,84,85, 
86,87 

Polly Stark 36 

Priscilla 84,85 

Quintina 29 

Rachel 26,27,28, 
30,115 

Randall 85,87 

RandalKJr.) 87 

RandalKSr.) 87 

Rebecca 30,81 

Rebecca(d of Jesse) 
29 

Rebecca (d of Win.) 
31 

Rebecca A. 32 

Rebecca Maria 29 

Richard 24 

Robert 32,80,81, 
82,83,84,85,106 

Robert (Dr.) 107 

Ruffin 81 

Sally 86.87 

Sally Ann Kliza 
29 



STURDIVANT, Sarah 23,24,27, 
28.82 

Sarah(d of Jno. A) 
27 

Sarah(D of Wra. T.) 
32 

Sarah Ann 30 

Sarah Oliver 25 

Silas 29 

Stephen 29,30 

Susanna 25,81 

Tabitha 82,83 

Thomas 79,80, 
81,114 

Thomas M. 83 

Wheelis 28,31 

Whelis 30 

William 24,26,27, 

29,30,31,79,80, 

84,86,106 

William(Jr.) 114 

WiHiam(Sr.) 114 

William A. 26,31, 
32 

William Henry 29 

Williamson 30,31 

Williamson(Jr. ) 
31 

Winfield 84,85 

Winifred 83 

(STURDIVANT), Mary 106 

Susanna 86 

SUBLET, Elizabeth 41 

SUBLETT, Abraham 36,88 

Valentine 102 

SUGETT, Becky Robertson 28 

Benjamin 28 

Edgecombe 28 

SUGGETT, Benjamin 28 

SULLIVANT, George 41 

Joel 41 

John 121 

Manoah 40 

Owen 121 

Paul 41 

William 35,41 

W.P. 41 

SUMERELL, Caty 166 

SUMMERELL, Jacob 110 

James 110 

John 111 

Jno. (Jr.) Ill 



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SUNMERELL, Stephen 112 

Thomas 110 

SWAINE, James 33 

SWINNEY, John 73 

SYKES, Benjamin 150,151 

Benjamin (Jr.) 151, 
152 

Bernard 150 

Charlotte 152 

Cloe 65 

Fanny 66 

James 66 

John 65,151,152 

Joseph 66,67 

Julianna 152 

Lee 65 

M. 66 

Martha 66,67 

Mary (Jr.) 152 

Millicant 66 

Millicent 66 

Milly 66 

Nancy 66 

Patsey 66 

Polly 65,66 

Richard 150,151 

Thomas 66 

William 52,66 

William (Sr.) 66 

Willia]n(s of Benj . ) 
151,152 

TABER, William 121 

TALBOT, Mathew 123,168 

TAN, John 111 

TANKERSLEY, John ^3 

TANN, Benja. A8 

TANNER, Seth 22 

TATEM, Susanna 16 

Christ . /Christopher 
24,^6 

Edwd. /Edward 125,126 

Henry A6, 125, 126 

John 46 

Peter 125,126 

Sary ^^6 

Tho./Thos. 125,126 

TAYLOR, Alberta N. 1A9 

Albina 166 

Ann L. 107 

Decesy 101 

Diana 101 



TAYLOR, Eleanor 101 

Fanny 101 

Franky 101 

George K. (Majr.) 13 

Isom 101 

James 73,101 

John 101,102 

John (Jr.) 101 

Jordan 165 

Joseph 101 

Lewis 34 

Pruden 175 

Richard Crittenden 
101 

TEDDER, William 14 

THOMAS, David 173 

John (Sr.) 95 

Parham 84 

William (Capt.) 77 

THOMAS ON, 169 

THOMLIN, Polly 65 

THOMLINSON, John 55 

THOMPSON, Ann 127,129,132, 
134 

Frances 166 

Francis R. 18 

Joel 166 

John 166 

Margaret (Mrs.) 18 

Mary 166 

Nelly 166 

Sally 166 

Thomas B, 166 

THORN, William 114 

THORNTON, Francis 36 

THORTONE, John 123 

THORP, Lewis 64(2) 

William 102 

THREE , William 46 

THREEWETS, Edward 45 

THREEWITS, Edward 26 

Joel 116 

THREEWITTS, Joell 142 

Amy 29,30 

Frederick 29,30 

Jemima 29 

Joell 137 

John 137 

Peter 15,29,30 

Peter Williamson 
29 



THREEWITTS, Quintina Ann 29 

THRELKELD, Elijah 173 

THREWITTS, Frederick 29 

THRESHER, Benjamin 77 

THWEATT, James (Sr.) 23 

Wm. 93,95 

TIBBETT, Cyrus 166 

TILLER, Major 64,127,129, 
132,134 

TILLOTT, John 166 

TILLY, James 91 

TILMAN, Betsy 70 

John 70 

TINLEY, Mary 92 

TODD, Bernard 90 

TOMKINS, 47 

John 47 

Mary 46 

Natt 47 

TOMLINSON, Alexander 115 

Elizabeth 81 

Frances 81 

James 155 

John 125 

Nathaniel 152 

Patsy 81 

Richd. 130 

Tho. /Thomas 59,130 

William 52 

TOMKINS, Will 47 

TOMLIN, James 46 

TOMPKINS, Thos. 47 

TOMS, William 121 

TOOMBS, Ann 38 

Gabriel 38 

John 38 

Mary 38 

Thomas 38 

William 38 

TOTTY, Abner 94 

TOWLER, Benja. 102 

Elizabeth 102 

James 102 

Japheth 102 

Japhth 103 

TOWNES, Joel 89 

TRABUE, Polly 69 

Thos. /Thomas 69 

TRAYLOR, Betsy 147 

Champion T. 147 



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TRAYLOR, Edward 147 
Hiraim 147 
Milly 147 
TRAYLER, Paskel 147 

Paskel (Jr.) 147 
Polly 147 
Randolph 14 7 
Reuben 141 
Sarah 147 
William 147 
William (Sr.) 148 
TRAYNUM, Reuben 38 

William 38 
TROTER, James 46 
TRUEHART, Daniel 74 
TUCKER, Catherine 91 
Josef 22 
Mary 22 
Nathaniel 184 
Robert 52,142 
Wright 173 
TUDER, Henry 64 
TUNSTALL, John 69 

Thomas 75 
William 72 
TUREMAN, Anne 45 

Martin 45 
TURNER, Benjamin 108 

Burchett Lundy 152 
Daniel 55 
Edmund 43,55 
Jacob 110 
James 55 
James (Jr.) 59 
Jane Moore 149 
John A. 175 
John Ivy 175 
Thomas 166 
William 166 
William Madison 166 
TWEEDWELL, George 77 

William 77 
TWITTY, John 121,122 

Thomas 168 
TYLER, William 64 
TYNES, Sally S. 166 

Thomas H. 166 
West 110 
TYUS, Absalom 138 
Absolom 130 



TYUS, Becca 138 

Becky 140 

Benjamin 27,29,114 

Elizabeth 130 

Jno. 130,135,137,143 

Tho./Thos. /Thomas 
130,135,137 

UNDERHILL, Giles 18 

Howell 18 

John 46 

UNDERWOOD, Ann 129,132,134, 
136 

Anne 127 

Anselora 64 

Beedles 127,129, 
132,134,136,142 

Frans. 127 

Fras. 129 

Lewis 64 

Marcus 127,129, 
132,134,136 

Mark 64 

Richd. 47 

URQUHART, William 111 

VAUGHAN, Frances 66 

James 64 

JesseC?) 66 

Thomas 22 

Thomas (Jr.) 22 

VAUGHN, Abraham 39 

Ann 39 

VELVIN, John 166 

John W. 166 

William 55 

VENABLE, Abraham 44 

James 35,44,90,94 

Mary 44 

VERELL, Jn./John 12 

VERNON, Esther 43 

Richard 43 

VINES, Mary 22 

Wm. 22 

WADE, David 72 

Edward 73 

Martha 22 

Mary 142 

Mathew 142 

Robert 124,168 

Stephen 168 

Thomas 142 

William 142 



WADES, Hampton 168 

WALDEN, Hannah 166 

Polly 166 

Priscilla 166 

Sampson 166 

Mary 38 

WALKE, Anthony 44 

Susanna 44 

WALKER, Hardwick 91 

Geo. 120 

James 64 

Robert 22 

Robert (Dr.) 80 

Silvanus 123,168 

Tandy 168 

WALL, James 166 

Joel 166 

John 59 

Joseph G. 108 

Michael 15 

Moses 48 

Peggy 166 

Polly 166 

WALLACE, Andrew 38,41,90 

Becky 131 

Jams. 131 

Sarah 131 

Sillah 131 

William 154 

WALLER, Ben. 11 

Wm. 47 

WALLIS, Becca 136 

Becky 135 

Cedia 136 

Jesse 55 

Sarah 135,136 

Sillah 135 

William 153,154, 
155 

WALLISC?), William 152 

WALPOLE, Thomas 60 

WALTERS, John 77,78 

John (Jr.) 77 

Thomas 78 

William 123 

WALTHAL, Thomas 118 

WALTHALL, Archibald 118 

Nancy 119 

Nancy Winfree llf 

Thomas 119 



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WALTON, Isaac H. 149 

WARD, Anne 102 

Elizabeth 20 

John 75,89,94,101 

Seth 92 

William 102 

WARREN, Averilla 166 

Benjamin 166 

Dawson 166 

Drury P. 166 

Elizabeth 166 

James 166 

Jesse A. 166 

Jesse P. 156 

John 166 

Joseph (Sr.) 166 

Mark 166 

Mary H, 166 

Mical 99 

Nicholas 167 

Patsy 167 

Sally C. 167 

Susan C. 167 

Thomas 167 

William 167 

Willim A. 167 

W.T. 167 

WASHINGTON, Jesse 109 

WATERS, Robert 77 

William 77 

WATKINS, Benjamin 42 

Cherry 167 

Claiborne 89 

Elizabeth 167 

James 42,45,89,90 

Joel 34,35,36,39, 
41,42,94,95 

Joell 36 

John 36,39,42,74, 
90 

John (Sr.) 167 

Joseph 42,118 

Judith 118 

Richard 4u,42 

Robert 167 

William 40,42,90 

WilliamCs of Kichd.) 
42 

WATSON, Douglas 35,37 
Elizabeth 101 



WATSON, John 72 

John (Jr.) 72 

Mary 18 

Thomas 73 

William 36,44,72, 
101 

WATTER, John 78 

Zachariah 78 

WEATHER, Michael 64 

WEAHTERS; Benjamin 45 

WEATHERFORD, Major 41 

John 34 

Drusilla 90 

Elizabeth 90 

John 90 

Lucy 90 

Major 90 

Major#2 90 

Martha 90 

Martha #2 90 

Mary 90,93 

Richard 90 

William 90 

WEATHERS, Edmund 114 

Lidey 45 

William 45 

WEAVER, Edward 46,138 

Elizabeth 40,42 

Henry 18,84 

James 40 

Jeane 40 

John 18,40 

Judith 101 

Judy 40 

Lucy A.S. 149 

P.E. 149 

Peter F. 149 

William 64 

WEBB, Thomas 99 

WEEKS, Thomas 52 

WELBURN, Benjamin 28 

WELLS, Peter 167 

Samuel 59 

WENDEL, Catherena 150 

Frederick 150 

WESSON, John 167 

WEST, 169 

Thomas 167 

WESTBROOK, Martha V. 175 



WEVER, Elizabeth 102 
Jane 18 

WHEADON, Sally C. 167 

WHEAT, Notley 72 

WHEELER, Anthony 123 

WHEELIS, James 28 
Joseph 28 
Joseph (Sr.) 28 

WHIMMER, John 175 

WHIT, James 121 

WHITE, Ben j. / Ben j a. /Benjamin 
137,138,167 

Benjamin H. 117 

Betty 40 

Christopher 40 

Daniel 37,38,40 

Edwin 167 

Elias 40 

Elizabeth 92 

Hanna 140 

J. 37 

James 59,101,167 

James #2 167 

Jno./John 37,38,44, 
59,140,143 

Martha 92 

Mary 37,40,138,139 

Mary 0. 167 

Matthew 37,38,92 

Richard 117 

Sampson 117 

Samuel/Saml. 37,38, 
40,41,42,44,90,92,94 

Sarah 37,137,143 

William/Wm. 36,37, 
38,90,117 

WHITEHEAD, Isham 115 

Mary 15 

Robard 46 

Robert 115 

Turner 29 

WHITEHORN, Edward 14 

Elizabeth 64 

John 64 

Phillip 64 

Sarah 64 

Thomas 64 

WHITFIELD, ELISHA 176 

Elizabeth 81 

Jane 138,148 

Littleberry 81 



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WHITFIELD, Mary 138,140 

Mat. /Matt/Matthew 
46,138 

Thos. /Thomas 81, 
115,138,140 

William 81,138 

WHIT(FIELD?) Matheweu 45 

WHITMORE, Ann P. 167 

WHITTINTON, Edward 47 

Francis 4 7 

WIGGINS, James 175 

Nancy 176 

Willis 176 

WILBORNE, Burrell 15 

William 22 

Wm. (Jr.) 22 

WILBURN, Benjamin 15 

Elizabeth 142 

Francis 141 

Sarah 141 

Wm. 141 

WILBURNE, John 16 

WILCOCKS, William 18 

WILCOX, Wm. 141 

WILDER, James (Jr.) 104 

(WILEY), Will 47 

WILKINS, John 121,123 

Tho. 121 

Wm. 6 

WILKINSON, Barnard 20 

Burrell 52 

Elisha 22 

Nathan 22 

Rebecca 22 

Richard 52 

Thomas 20,27 

William 93 

WILKISON, John 46 

John (Jr.) 46 

WILLBON, John 46 

WILLHITE, Henry 66 

WILLIAMS, (father of Wm.) 

52 

Benjamin 121 

Blythe 110 

Charles 15 

David 52 

Edgcome 72 

Edward H2 

Elizabeth 42,167 

Francis 173 



WILLIAMS, Henry 65,110 

Henry W. 70 

James 15,167 

John 167 

Lazaries 122 

Lewis 117 

Lewis E. 167 

Lucinda 101 

Martha 167 

Michal 42 

Nancy 65,167 

Ozbern 173 

Pamelia 167 

Patsey 65 

Polly 65 

Richard 122 

Sally 42,70 

Tabby 42 

Temperance 86 

Thos. /Thomas 92,95 

William 42,74,173 

William (Jr.) 42 

William T. 31,32 

WILLIAMSON, Absalom 112 

Burwell (Capt.) 113 

Charles 37 

Culbrirth 37 

Cutbh./Cutbrith 
39,88,95 

Jesse 16,138, 
140 

John 23,25,81 

Mary 64,167 

Rebecca 15 

Robt. 112 

Susanah 88 

Susanna 37,81 

Thomas (over seer) 
112 

William 112 

WILLIAS, John 15 

WILLIE, Elizabeth 53 

WILLIFORD, Bela 167 

William 111 

WILLIS, John 104 

WILLS, David 105 

Langloy Crafford 167 

WILLSON, Mattilda 107 

WILSON, Elizabeth C. 167 

Eliza M. 167 



WILSON, Georgeanna 167 

James 167 

James S. 167 

John 103,167 

Jbsiah 167 

Nicholas 59 

Samuel 167 

Willis 167 

WIMBISH, James 101 

WINBORN, John 176 

WINBOURN, Josiah 104 

WINDHAM, Benjamin 109 

WINFEILD, Wm. (Jr.) 48 

WINFIELD, Ann 140 

Joshua 130 

Peter 22,47 

Robert 20 

Wm. /William 22,80, 
140 

WINFRE, Judith 118 

WINFREE, Archer 119 

Archibald 118 

David 119 

Henry (Jr.) 118,119 

Henry (Sr.) 117,118, 
119 

Henry (s of Hy Jr.) 
119 

Judith 119 

Marvel 119 

Marvin 118 

Matthew 118,119 

Polley 119 

Polly 118 

Susannah"Suckey" 
119 

Valentine 119 

WINGFIELD, Ann 138 

John 138 

William 138 

WINN, Capt. 47 

Majr, 47 

John 45,123,168 

Mathew 45 

Samuel 168 

Robord 45 

Sloman (Captin) 45 
WINSTON, Isac 168 
WISER, Thomas 167 
WOLDRIGE, Capt. 69 
WOMACK, Richard 120 



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WOMACK, Willm. /William 68, 

95 

WOMBWELL, Selah 109 

WO>fMACK, Juliana 150,151 

William 150,151 

WOM(M)ACK, William 150 

WOOD, Caldwell 95 

Erwin 95 

Isaac 104 

John 95,175 

John (Jr.) 95 

Jonas (Jr.) 13 

Jos. 43 

Mary 95 ■ 

William 169 

WOODARD, John 20 

John (Jr.) 22 

WOODLAND, William (Sr.) 64 

WOODLEY, Fleming 167 

WOODLIEF, Elizabeth 5 

Francis 6 

Francis E. 12 

Thos. /Thomas 6,7, 
13 

WOODLIFF, Francis E, 9 

Thos. 9 

WOODROOFE, John (Jr.) 108 

WOODRUFF, Richard 16 

WOODS, Robert 120 

WOODSON, 68 

WOODWARD, John 109 

John (Jr.) 142 

WOOLDRIDGE, R. 69 

WORSHAM, Amey 11 

John 38 

Lud. 91 

Richard 42,173 

Robert 77 

WOTTON, Edward 59 

Thomas 59 

WRANN, John 104 

WREN, Ann 115 

David 15 

(WREN?), Alice 151 

WRENN, John 167 

Mary 167 

Richd. 117 

Thomas 115,167 

WRIGHT, Ann 151 

Dionysius/Dioni t ious/ 
Dionyus 4,5,8 



WRIGHT, John 14,17,175 

John H. 167 

Joseph 111 

Robert 167 

Sally 167 

William 152,167 

William E. 167 

WYAT, Frances 124 

James 124 

WYATT, Ann 36 

John 36 

Richard 36 

WYCH, Benja. 139 

Elizabeth 139 

James 125 

Peggy 139 

WYCIIE, Martha Ann 148 

Mary 64 

WYNN, John 114 

John (Sr.) 114 

Matthew (Jr.) 114 

Matthew (Sr.) 114 

Robert 108,142 

Thomas G. 9 

WYNNE, Ann 80 

Buckner 25 

Frances 25 

Gray 25 

John 77 

Joshua 25 

Martha 79 

Matthew(s of Wm. ) 
115 

Nancy 2 5 

Robert 25,77,79,115, 
127,129,132, 
134,136 

Sally 80 

Samuel 123 

Sarah 116 

Sloman 80 

Thomas 79,123 

Thomas (Jr.) 77 

Threewitts 25 

William 116,121 

William (Jr.) 77 

William (Sr.) 77,115 

William(s of Matthew) 
116 

YARBHOUGtl, Samuel 20 

William 20 



YEARWOOD, John 45 
YOUNG, Drury 51 
Joshua 51 
Thos. 46 
ZELLS, John 45 
ZILLS, Willaim 64 



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