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LIBRARY OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 




PRESENTED BY 
THE BETA CHAPTER 
OF PHI BETA KAPPA 



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^Ut>lER*'t''oF VIRGINIA 

^Altt-OTTE 



THE 



Vestry Book and Register 



OF 



BRISTOL PARISH.VIRGINIA, 



1720— 1789. 



TRANSCRIBED AND PUBLISHED 



BY 



Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne. 



Richmond^Va. . .^ - 

PRIVATELY P^INTEti; 

1898. .,/ \ \ 



GIFT 



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314532 



William Ellis Jones, 
steam book and job printer, 

RICHMOND, VA. 



This edition is limited to joo copies, of which this is 
No, U ff' 



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Va. 

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mond, Va. 

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B W. Green, Richmond, Va. 

Miss Lucy F. Green, Columbia, S. C. 

R. B. Green, Richmond. Va. 

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Pa. 

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i-hrislopher Johnston, Baltimore, Md. 

Miss Mary Johnston, Birmingham, Ala. 

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Mrs. A. B. Tones. Mobile, Ala 

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maica. 

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lames A. Leach. Richmond. Va. 
Wm. J. Leake, Richmond, Va. 
Edmund J. Lee, Philadelphia. Pa. 
E. G. Leigh, Jr., Richmond, Va. 
Libraries : 

Bronson, Waterbuiy. Conn. 
Cincinnati Public, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cossitt. Memphis, Tenn. 
East Lynnhaven Parish, Va. Beach, Va. 
Free Public, Worcester, Mass. 
General Theological Seminary, New 

York, N. Y. 
Harvard College. Cambridge. Mass. 
Library of Congress, Washington, D. 

C. 
Long Island Historical Society. Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 
Maine Historical Society. Portland, Me. 
Maryland Historical Society, Balti- 
more, Md. 
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Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, 

Minn. 
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adelphia, Pa. 
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Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, 

Va. 
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burg. Va. 
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ison, Wis. 
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ety, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
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Mexico. 
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S. P. Mitchell. Petersburg, Va. 
Mrs. A. R. Mixon, Mobile, Ala. 
Noah Farnham Morrison, Newark. N. J. 
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John Morton. Richmond. Va. 
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Miss Mattie P. Myers. Richmond. Va. 
W. Gordon McCabe, Richmond, Va. 
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William J. Pa>'ne. Richmond, Va. 

John C. Pegram, Providence, R I. 

Ann Eliza Atkinson Pleasants, Galveston, 

Texas. 
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George H. Richmond & Co , New York, 

N. Y. 
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Miss Elizabeth Bailey Traylor, Forest 
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Edward P. Valentine, Richmond. Va. 

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Mrs. Sarah Bowman Van Ness, East Lex- 
ington, Mass 

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Fielding Vaughan. Mobile. Ala. 
Selden Walke. Richmond, Va. 
Legh R. Watts, Portsmouth. Va. 
George M. West, Richmond, Va 
J. B. White, Kansas City. Mo. 

Mrs. Fielding Lewis Williams, Bristol, 

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T. C. Williams. Jr., Richmond, Va. 
Miss Virginia Williamson, Gardiner, Me. 
Edgar S. Wilson, Macon, Ga. 
Woodrow Wilson, Princeton, N J. 
Charles E Wingo, Richmond, Va. 
Barton H. Wise, Richmond, Va. 
W. A. Withei spoon, Petersburg, Va. 
E. A Young, Richmond. Va. 
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PREKACE. 



Bristol Parish, Virginia, was established in the year 1643 ^Y 
Act of the House of Burgesses. 

The manuscript volume here reproduced, contains the earliest 
records of this parish known to be in existence. Copious ex- 
tracts from it were taken by Dr. Slaughter and embodied in his 
" History of Bristol Parish." The minutes of all vestry meet- 
ings from October 30, 1720 to April 18, 1789 are complete ex- 
cept for the period between October 28, 1722 and November 11, 
1723. Two leaves of the manuscript are here missing. The 
earliest recorded date in the register of births, baptisms and 
deaths is April 12, 1685; the latest, March 9, 1798. 

For many years the book was generally supposed to be lost. 
During the year 1894, however, it came to light in the library of 
the late Reverend Churchill J. Gibson, of Petersburg, Virginia, 
where it had been most probably ever since 1848. (See p. 344.) 

The volume is a folio eleven by fifteen inches in size and con- 
tains three hundred and twenty-four written pages. The water 
mark in the paper is ajletir de lis, surmounted by a crown, over 
the initials L. V. G. 

In the preparation of the copy for the printer, care was taken 
to follow the original in every eccentricity of spelling and abbre- 
viation and in all mistakes. With the exception of the varia- 
tions noted on page 396, this is as accurate a reproduction of the 
manuscript as types will make. Wherever brackets occur in the 
work, the corresponding portion of the manuscript is either 
illegible or worn away by time and use. An intentional omission 
in the original is indicated by a blank space or a dash. 

The following publications are suggested as helpful to any 
seeking further information respecting Bristol Parish : 

The History of Virginia from its First Settlement to the Present Day. 
Commenced by John Burk and continued by Skelton Jones and Louis 
Hue Girardin. Vols. I-IV, Svo. Petersburg, 1804-16. 



VI PREFACE. 

The Life of the Reverend Devereux Jarratt, Rector of Bath Parish^ 
Dinwiddie county, Virginia, written by himself in a series of letters ad- 
dressed to Reverend John Coleman. i2mo. Baltimore, 1806. 

The Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, 
from the First Session of the Legislature in the Year 1619. Vol. I-XIIL 
8vo. By William Waller Hening. Richmond, 1809-23. 

References: 

Vol. I, page 251. The parish established. Paj^fe 424. Court ordered to be held. 

Vol. 4, page 9S- Chapel ordered to be erected. Page 443. Dale formed from Henrico 
and Bristol. Page 467. Raleigh formed from Bristol and St. Andrew. Page 525. Or- 
dered to pay back to Raleigh and Dale, tobacco levied for building Brick Church. 

Vol. 5. page 212. Bath formed from Bristol. Page 261 Part of Bath re-incorporated 
in Bristol. 

Vol. 7, page 143. Glebe in Dale ordered to be sold and one-half of the money to be paid 
to Bristol Page 613. Boundary between Bristol and Martin's Brandon settled. 

Vol. 8, page 431. Impowered to sell Glebe. 

The Bland Papers; being a Selection from the Manuscripts of Colonet 
Theodorick Bland, Jr., of Prince George County, Virginia. To which 
are prefixed an Introduction and a Memoir of Colonel Bland. Edited 
by Charles Campbell. Vols. I-II, 8vo. Petersburg, 1840-43. 

Historical Collections of Virginia; containing a Collection of the Most 
Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, Etc., 
relating to its History and Antiquities. By Henry Howe. 8vo. Char- 
leston, 1845. 

A History of Bristol Parish, with a Tribute to the Memory of its Old- 
est Rector, and an Appendix containing the Epitaphs of Some of its- 
Early Officers and Friends. By the Rev. Philip Slaughter, the present 
incumbent. Richmond, 1846. 

The History of the Church of England in the Colonies and Foreign 
Dependencies of the British Empire. By the Rev. James S. M. Ander- 
son. Vols. I-II, 8vo. London, 1848. 2d Ed., Vols. I-III, i2mo. Lon- 
don, 1856. 

Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia. By Bishop Meade. 
Vols. I-II, 8vo. Philadelphia, 1857. 

History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia. By Charles 
Campbell. 8vo. Philadelphia, i860. 

A History of Bristol Parish, Va., with Genealogies of Families Con- 
nected therewith and Historical Illustrations. By Rev. Philip Slaughter,. 
D. D. 2d Ed. Richmond. 1879. 

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. Vol. V, 
page 230. Vol. VI, page 18. Nos. for April and July, 1897. 

Inscriptions in Blandford Churchyard. (The Brick Church on Wellss Hill.) 

The student of the history of this section of Virginia should consult 
the manuscript Land Patents which are preserved, continuous from about 
1623, in the Capitol at Richmond, and such fragments of the early man- 



PREFACE. Vll 

uscript records of Henrico and Prince George Counties as have been 
preserved. The Dinwiddie County Records were destroyed by fire 
about 1823. 

My obligations to my brother, John Hampden Chamberlayne, 
Jr., for material aid in compiling the index, and to Mr. Robert 
Lee Traylor for many helpful suggestions during the progress of 
the work are here acknowledged. 

Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne. 
Richmond, Va, , Augtist 20, i8p8. 



VESTRY BOOK. 



Bristoll Pish— ss: At A Vestry called At the Chappell Octob' 
30th — 1720. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Roberson Minister, Maj' Rob* Boiling 
Church- warden, Maj' Rob* Munford, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* 
Peter Jones, Cap* Hen. Randolph, Mr. Inst. Hall, Cap' Rich. 
Kennon, Mr. Luis Green, Jun', Mr. Tho. Bott. 

Whereas John Ellis son of Jn** Ellis Jun' by Acsident had his 
Legg brook his father being at the time A Trading >¥*•* Indians 
it was then ord'* by the Vestry that John West should take care 
of the fores* d Ellis & Employ a Doct' to Cure the same. The ^^^ 

father of the s*d Lad returning & refusing to pay the Doct" 
demands The s'd Docter refusing to do any more to the cure, but C*" 
leaving him in a lame Condition & his legg perishing. Upon 
Complaint Tis ord"* By this Vestry That Maj' Rob* Boiling now 
being Church-warden take care of the fores' d Lad & Agree 
with some Docter to cure the same And his Agreem* to be 
Allowed by the Fish on the Account of John Ellis Jun' Father 
of the fores' d Lad. 

Test Cha. Roberts C"* Vest^ 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappell Xb' 7th 
1720. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Boiling, 
Mr. Geo. Wilson Church-Gardens, Cap* Peter Jones, Maj' Wm. 
Kennon, Mr. Luis Green, Mr. Tho. Bott. \ N 

Madam Anne Boiling haveing two negroes by name Kinney ^ \ 
& Doll both disabled from work prays they may be Acquitted ^ 
from paying P'ish Levies, is granted. Tho. Andrews being 
Anciant & Craysey & not Able to Work is Acquitted from pay- 
ing P'ish Levies. 

John Moor Minor being old & not Able to Work is Acquitted 
from paying P'ish Levies. Andrew Crawfoot being not Able to 



2 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

work is Acquitted from paying P'ish Levies for the ensuing 
ysar. 

Rob* Glascock being upwards of 60 years old & lame is Ac- 
quitted from paying P'ish Levies. Cha. Gillam being lame of 
his hands & feet is Acquitted from paying P'ish Levies for y* 
future. 

Maj' \ym. Kennon is ord"* to be Church-warden for the Nort- 
side BristoU P'ish. Mr. Luis Green is ord"* to be Church-war- 
den for the sout-side Bristoll P'ish. 

Margaret Micabin serv' to Mr. David Crawley having a bas- 
tard Child Mr. Crawley prays the Gen*'^men of this Veslry to 
bind out the s'd Child as they think fitt. It is ord"* by the Ves- 
try that the Church-wardens bind out the s'd Child named John 
Sadler born the 26th July last 1720. The fores' d Child is by 
indenture bound unto Mr. David Crawley to serve according to 
Law. 

Mr. Tho. Bott ha^eing an orphant boy bound to him by his 
mother desires the same may be confirm' d By this Vestry. 

Tis ord^ that y* s'd boy be bound by Indenture to Serve to y*" 
Age of 21 years he now being three years old. the fores' d boy 
is Named Mark Melthon & is bound unto Mr. Tho. Bott & his 
Heirs by Indenture as afores'd. 

Test Cha. Roberts C" Vest'. 

(2) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry Held At the Chappell Xb' 
17 th — 1720. 

Pr'sent. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Wm. Kennon, 
Mr. Luis Green Church -wardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Cap* Hen. 
Randolph, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Tho. Bott, Mr. Inst. Hall, 
Mr. Geo. Wilson. 

Jt is ordered that the ferry be continued to Mrs. Eliz. Kennon 
^e next Ensuing years as formerly. 

It is ordered that Daniell Glidwell being an Idiot is Acquitted 
^ from paying levies. It is ordered that the Child Widow Bass 
now hath nursing for y^ P'ish be bound out by Indenture to y* 
fores' d Widdow Bass by the Church-wardens. 

Maj' Rob' Boiling is required & ordered Collector for the 
South-side Bristoll P'ish. Mr. Geo. Wilson is required & or- 
dered Collector for y* north side Bristoll P'ish. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Bristoll P'ish Dr. 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minister, . 
To xMr. Tho. Bott Read' &c. 
To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for keeping the ferry, 
To Cha. Roberts C" Vestry, . 
To Hen. Tatam for setting the psalms, . 
To Widow Bass for keeping an orphan Child, 
To Maj' Wm. Kennon for A Regester Book, 
To John West for keeping Jn' Ellis Jun' his 

son 4 months &c 

To Doct' Joss Irby for Ellis his son tendance 

& cure, 

To Cha. Roberts for taking down & putting 

up y* Chap. Wind 

To. Maj' Rob* Boiling for Insolvents, 



lb tobb. 



16,000 


Casq. 


2,100 


168 


2,500 


200 


400 


32 


500 


40 


.^720 


^ 58 


400 


32 



1,000 



80 



2,000 160 



To Cask for 9,670 at 8 
To sail, at 10 f^ C. 
due to the P*ish, . 



C. is 



50 


4 


549 




26,219 


774 


774 




2,622 




65 




29,680 





^ Cont'r Cr. 
— - By 848 tithables at 35 ^ pole is 29,680. 

It is ord"* And Mr. Luis Green Church-Warden is here by 
Impow*red by this Vestry To Attach & seese so much of the 
Elstate of John Ellis Jun' to the Vallue of three Thousand 
pounds of tobb. & Casq with Cost And make return to the Ves- 
try of the same. 

The Above Account proportioned as followeth: 

South side. 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ 
To Mr. Tho. Bott Read', 
To Doct' Joss Irby, 
To John West, 
To Cha. Roberts, . 
To Hen. Tatarti, . 







lb tojob. 




11,000 


Cask. 






1,400 


112 






. 2,000 


160 






1,000 


80 






450 


36 






500 


40 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon, 
To Maj' Rob^ Boiling, 



i,ooo 
549 



80 



To sail. 
To Casq, 



17,899 508 

1.789 
508 



Cont' e, 

By 577 tithable at 35 ^ pole, 



20,196 



20,195 



It is ordered by the Vestry & Maj' Rob' Boiling is hereby 
Impow'red to Collect, receive & recover of the above 577 titha- 
bles 35*'' tobb. ^ pole by distress or other-wise & to make good 
paym* as above rend' ring Acco' to y* Vestry & no arrears. 

Test Cha. Roberts CI" Vestry. 

North Side. 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ 
To Mr. Tho. Bott, 
To Widow Bass, . 
To Maj' Wm. Kennon, . 
To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon, . 



To sail, 

To Casq, ^ . 

due to this P'ish, 



5,000 


Cas. 


700 


56 


720 


58 


400 


32 


1,500 


120 


8,320 


266 


832 




266 




67 





Contr. 

By 271 tithables at 35 ^ pole. 



9.485 
9.485 



It is ordered by the Vestry and Mr. George Wilson is hereby 
Impow*red to Collect, receive & recover, of the above 271 tith- 
ables 35*** tobb. ^ pole by distress or other- wise & to make good 
payment as above rend* ring Acco* to the Vestry & no Arrears. 

Test Cha. Roberts C" Vest'. 

(3) Bristoll P'ish—ss: At A Vestry Called At the Chappell Jan. 
8th— 1 7f?. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Wm. Kennon 
Church-warden, Maj' Rob^ Boiling, Mr. Tho. Bott, Maj' Rob^ 
Munford, Mr. Geo. Wilson. 

It is ordered That Maj' Rob* Boiling do Agree with Wm. 
Davis to take care [&] provide for Wm. Fisher being old Im- 
potent & lame And what the s'd Boiling doth Agree for to be 
Allowed by this P'ish. 

And is ordered That Maj' Wm. Kennon do Agree with Hen. 
Vodin or whom he sh[all] think fitt to take care & provide for ' 
Wm. Dodson sen' being old & Impotent, And what th[e] s'd -' 
Kennon doth Agree for to be Allowed by this P'ish. 

Test Cha. Roberts C* Vest^ 

Bristoll P'ish — ss: At A Vestry Called At the Chappie June 
i8th — 1721. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Wm. Kennon 
Church-warden, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Maj' 
Rob* Munford, Mr. Geo. Archer, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Tho. 
Bott, Mr. Geo. Wilson. 

It is ordered that Xobn^Walkerbeing poor & Impotent, be — 
acquitted from paying P'ish Levies. And it is further ordered ^ 
that William Fisher he now being a charge to this P'ish, hath A\ 
desire to goe to England, Maj' Rob* Munford is by this Vestry J 
desir'd & ord'red to Agree & pay for his passage and fo [be] / 
repay'd by the parrish at the next laying of the Levie. / 

Test Cha. Roberts t*' V'str. ^' ^ 

At A Vestry Called At y* Chappell sep'' 17th — 172 1. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Wm. Kennon, 
Mr. Luis Green Church-wardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Cap* Hen. 
Randolph, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Cap* Peter 
Jones, Mr. Tho. Bott, Mr. Ins* Hall. \^ 

Upon the petition of Wm. Tucker sheweth that Rob* Coleman \ 
lys at his house in a very weak, helpless condition & has been so / 
these six months past which proves very Chargeable & trouble- | 
some to the s'd Tucker Tis ord'** That Wm. Tucker take care of ^^ - 
the fores' d Rob* Coleman & find him such necessaries as is con- / 
venient And at the laying of the next Levie, the s'd Tucker to, 



6 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

bring his Account to the Vestry & what is thought just to be 
Allowed from the P'ish. 

Tis further ord"* that the Church-wardens Enquire how the 
fores' d Rob' Coleman gave his Estate [to] Rob* Tucker sen' & 
upon what terms. 

Test Cha. Roberts C"' Vest'. 

(4) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappell Nov. 
23th — 1721. 
Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Wm. Kennon, 
Mr. Luis Green Church Wardens, Maj' Rob' Boiling, Cap* Hen. 
Randolph, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Cap* Peter 
Jones, Mr. Geo. Archer, Mr. Ins. Hall, Mr. Tho. Bott, Mr. 
Geo. Wilson. 
It is ordered that Wm. Dodson jun' be Allowed for the time 
^. he hath keep his father to this day six hundred p*^ of tobb. And 
for the future to take care of his s'd father and to bring Tiis Acco* 
to the next Vestry of laying the P'ish Levies. It is ord'** that 
^ Andrew CrawfootgQQiiim£,-Levie frefi-untiljjie is able to work. 

(JiTis ord'** That A moUatto wen ch belonging unto~Cap* Peter 
Jones being troubled _w*^tts be acquitted from paying P'ish 
Levies. 
^ It is ord"* that the Church- Wardens bind a Bastard Child to 
/ Benj' Dison which was born of a serv* Woman of his According 
i to Law. 

It is ord'** And Cap* Bullard Herbert is hereby Elected Vestry- 
man for this P'ish in the room of Cap* Ja. Thweat he the s'd 
Thweat haveing for these two years past neglected Appearing 
At the Vestries. 

The fores' d Cap' Bullard Herbert this day hath take the Oath 
of A Vestry-man. 

It is hereby ordered and Agreed By the Vestry that two Chap- 
pells be Built for the Ease & convenience of the frontire Inhabi- 
tants of y" s'd P'ish (Viz) one on Sapponey Creek near the 
Bridge. The other on Namosend Creek near the mouth. Both 
which Chappells are to be of the following dementions. Fourty 
foot in len'th twenty foot in breadth twelve foot pitch fram'd on 
good sills & underpin' d with good Blocks or rock-stones A good 
substantiall frame, to be weather-borded with good Clap-bords 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 7 

& cover* d w'** shingles Nail'd on Either to bords or saw'd laths 
as the work-man shall think fitt the inside to be common plain 
work, the seats to be single benches, Except the two upper pews, 
& them to be double & close with dores the floor lay'd with inch 
plank & Each Chappell Ceal'd with halfe-inch plank & A com- 
mon plain gallary A pulpet & reading desk & communion table, 
with windows & Doors. And it is ordered by y* s'd Vestry that 
notice be given for Workmen to come in & undertake the s'd 
work. Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' Rob* Munford, Maj' Wm. Ken- 
non and Mr. Luis Green jun' are Appointed to Agree with the 
undertakers & to take bond for their performance. 

It is ordered And Cap' Henry Randolph is hereby impowr'd 
to be Church -warden for the Ensuing year on the north-side 
Bristoll P'ish. It is like-wise ordered that Maj' Rob* Munford 
be Church-warden for the Ensuing year for the south-side Bris- 
toll P'ish. 

It is further ordered & Agreed upon that the Collectors of the 
P' ish dues be allowed 20 ^ C. for Collection. 

Bristoll P'ish Dr. lb tobb. 

To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', . 16,000 Casq. 

To Mr Tho. Bott C* P'ish, .... 2,100 168 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for keeping the ferry, . 2,500 200 
To Cha. Roberts C* Vest' 400 & for taking 

down & putting up y* Chappell windows 

& nails 50, 450 36 

To Hen. Tatam for Setting y* psalms, . 500 40 
To Maj' Rob* Mumford on Acco* Wm. Fisher 

8"* 6"* in tobb. at s'** f^ C. is . . . 3,320 266 / 

To Wm. Davis for keeping Fisher 7 months, 800 64 / 
To Wm. Tucker for keeping Rob* Coleman 3 

months, 400 32 

To Hen. Vodin for keeping Wm. Dodson 2 ^ 

month, 200 16 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon on Acco* Wm. Dodson 

sen^ 800 64 

To Mr. Geo. Wilson 2 insoll, ... 70 

To Mr. Luis Green jun' for a horse-block, 100 8 



8 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Wm. Dodson jun' for keeping his fether, . 600 / \Z 



Sail at 20 f) C. 
Casq at 8 f^ C. 



34,350 



f^ Cont'r Cr. 

By 619 tithables South Side 
By 275 ditto North Side 
is 894 At 38*** tobb f!) pole is 33,972*'* tobb. 

(5) The Afore Acco' proportioned as folio weth : 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: South-side. 

To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', 

To Mr. Tho. Bott C^ .... 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for keefping the ferry, 

To Maj' Rob* Munford on Acco* Wm. Fisher, 

To Wm. Davis for keeping Fisher 7 Mon. 

To Cha. Roberts C^ Vest', 

To Hen. latam for setting the psalms, . 

To M' Luis Green jun' for A horse-block, 

Sallat2of^C, 

Cask, 



lb tobb. 



Cont'r Cr. 



By 619 tithables at 38 ^ pole, 
due to y- Coir, 



23,7[8 6] 



27,840 942 
5.568 
942 



11.000 


Cas. 


1,400 


112 


1,300 


104 


3.320 


266 


800 


64 


450 


36 


500 


40 


100 


8 


3.854 




662 




23,786 




lb 




.5 2[2] 




2[6 4] 





It is ordered by the Vestry & Maj' Rob* Mun[ford] is hereby 
Impowred to Collect, receive & recov[er] of the above 619 ti- 
thables 38'** tobb ^ pole by distress or other wise And to make 
good pay[m'] as above rendering Acco* to the Vestry and [no] 
Arrears. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



North Side. 

To M' Geo. Robertson Minist', 

To M' Tho. Bott C^ .... 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for the ferr}^, 

To Hen. Voden for diet Wm. Dodson 2 Mo", 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon for necessaries for Wm 

Dodson, 

To Mr. Geo. Wilson for insoll, 

To Wm. Dodson jun' on Acco' of his father, 

Sallat2of>C, 

Cask, 



^ Cont'r. 

By 275 tithables at 38 ^ pole, 
due to the Coll^ .... 



lb tobb. 




5,000 


Casq. 


700 


56 


1,200 


96 


200 


16 


800 


64 


70 




600 


48 


I.7H 




280 




10,564 




10,45 [0] 




II [4] 





10,56 [4] 



It is ordered by the Vestry & Cap' Hen. Randolph (is) hereby 
Impowrd to Collect, receive, & recover of the 275 tithables 38*^ 
tobb. ^ pole by distress or other wise [and] to make good 
paym' as above rendering Acco' to [the] Vestry and no Arrears. 



Test 



Cha. Roberts C' Ves[t']. 



At A Vestry Called at the Chappell March i8th, 172J. 

Present. Mr. Geo., Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Cap* Hen. Randolph Church ward[ens], Maj^ Rob* Boiling, Maj"^ 
Wm. Kennon, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Mr. Tho. 
Bott, Mr. Geo. Wilson. 

Upon the petition of John Walker that he is lame of his limbs 
that he is [not] able to help himselfe & hath been so Ever since 
octob' last & can find no help. 

It is ord"* by this Vestry that Maj' Rob' Munford do take care 
& Agree [with] some person to, take care of the s'd Walker; 
And what Agreem* he [shall] make his Acco* to be delivered At 
the Laying of the next P'ish Levi[es] & to be allowed. 



N 



Test 



Cha. Roberts C Vest\ 



10 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

At A Vestry Called At the Chappell June loth, 1722. 

Present. Mn Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Munford, 

Church-warden, Maj' Rob' Boiling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap' 

Peter Jones, Cap' Rich. Keryion, Mr. Tho. Bott, Mr. Geo. 

Wilson. 

/ It is ord' that Nath. Parrot beingjame his right hand being 

cut off be acquitted from paying P*ish Levies. 
^ James Franklin sen"^ being very old not Able to work & hath 
none to help h[im]. 

Tis' ord"* he be Acquitted from paying P'ish Levies. Wm. 
Temple Sen' being Auciant by ord' of Prince Geo. Court is Ac- 
quitted from paying Publiq Levies it is hereby ord' that he be 
acquitted from pay[ing] P'ish levies. 

It is ord' that David Maccullon being in A very week condi- 
^ tion & not able [to] work be acquitted from paying P'ish Levies. 

Test Cha. Roberts C^ Vest^ 

(6) [Brisjtoll [PJ'ish— 3s: At A Vestry Called At the Chappell 
28th octob', 1722. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Church -warden, Maj' Rob' Boiling, Maj' Kennon, Capt. Peter 
Jones, Cap* Kennon, Cap' Jn* Herbert, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Mr. 
Tho. Bott. 

It is ord"* That William Snelgrove Son of Jane Matts wife of 
Wm. Matts Indian the s'd Snelgrove be bound unto Rob* Lyon 
to serve sixteen years from the date of the Indenture whic is 
Nov. 7th, 1722. 

Test Cha. Roberts C Ves*'. 

[Brijstoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held At the Chappell, Nov' 
8th, 1722. 

Pr'sent. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Wm. Kennon, Mr. 
Tho. Bott, Cap* BuUard Herbert, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Mr. Geo. . 
Archer. 

Upon the pettition of Eliz. Lett It is ordered that James Lett 
her son now being at Tho. Grigories be by the Church-wardens 
bound unto Daniell nance & his Wife untill the s'd James Lett 
come to Lawfull Age. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 11 

It is ordered & Maj' Rob* Munford is hereby required to Con- 
tinue Church-warden for this Ensuing year. 

It is ordered & Mr. Geo. Wibon is hereby Appointed Church- 
warden for this Ensuing year. 

It is ordered that Margaret Brannum two years old the loth 
this Instant be bound unto«Godfry Radgsdale & his heirs to 
serve According to Law. 

It is ordered That the Church-wardens bind out three Moll. 
•Children their Mother a Mollatto the names of the Children 
Peter, Dick Sl Nan, To serve James Williams & his heirs Ac- 
<:ording to Law. 

It is ordered that the Church -wardens take care & rail in the 
Chappell And the Church five rails in one pannell four foot & 
halfe high And Eight foot in len'th. 

Bristol P'ish Dr. lb tobb. 

To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minister, . . 16,000 Casq. 

To Ml-. Tho. BottC Fish, ... 2,100 168 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for keeping the ferry, 2,500 200 

To Cha. Roberts C Vest' & taking down y^ 

windows and putting up, . 450 36 

To Hen. Tatam for setting the psalms, . 500 40 

To Mr. Tho. Eldridge for defending the sute 

ver. John Ellis, 600 48 

To Mr. Geo. Wilson for two tithables over 

Chargd, ...... .76 

To Coll. Littleberry Eps for Cap' Tuckers 

papers, 60 5 

To Wm. Dodson jun' on Account of his 

father, 1,400 112 v 

To Joseph Tucker on account Rob' Coleman, i ,400 112 y 

To Maj' Munford on Account of John Wal- 
ker, 600 48 / 

25,686 769 

Cas, 769 

-Sail, 5,137 

3^592 



12 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

(ii) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held At the Chappell Nov. 
nth, 1723. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob' Munford, 
Mr. Geo. Wilson Church-wardens, Cap' BuUard Herbert, Maj' 
Wm. Kennon, Mr. Inst. Hall, Cap' Hen. Randolph, Mr. Tho. 
Bott, Cap' Rich. Kennon, Cap' Drury Boiling, Mr. Geo. Ar- 
cher. 

Cap' Tho. Jefferson produceing an Acco' for work done to y* 
New Church more that his Agreem' to the Vallue of Six thous- 
and pounds of tobb. tis ord'* that three thousand pounds tobb. 
being due to the P'ish from John Ellis Jun' the s*d tobb. be pay*d 
unto the s'd Cap['] Tho. Jefferson in part & it is ord' that there be 
three thousand pounds of tobb. levied o[n] the P'ish for ye s'd 
Jefferson. 

Cap' Drury Boiling is hereby Appointed Vestry -man for this 
Fish. 
^ It is ord'** that Dan. Glidewell live with Wm. Gent And that the 
s'd Gent be allowed one thousand p*^ tobb. ^ year at the next 
laying of y* P'ish levies which shall be in the year 1724. 

It is ord"* that Maj' Rob' Munford & Cap' Hen. Randolph be 
Church-wardens for the next Ensuing year. 

Bristoll P'ish Dr. lb tobb. 

To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', 

To Mr. Tho. Bott C P'ish 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for keeping the ferry, . 

To Hen. Tatum for setting the psalms, . 

To Cha. Roberts C* Vest' 400 to taking down 
y*" windows & putting up 50 to carrying ye 
Church book & returning each other sun- 
day & finding a bagg 180, . . . 630 51 
' To Wm. Davis on Acco' Wm. Fisher, . . 200 16 

To Wm. Bass & Jn* West for railing In y** 

Church & Chappell, .... 4,000 320 

To Cap' Tho. Jefferson for work done to ye 

Church More than bargain, . 3,000 240 



6 


,000 


Casq. 


2 


,100 


168 


2 


.500 


200 




500 


40 



28,930 103(5) 



To Wm. Dodson 1,400 Casq & Sail 322, 



Cent' C By 1,049 tithables At 45 f> pol. is 



5.000 


400 


1,000 


80 


390 




522 


4[2] 


50 


4 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 13 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon to posts & rails for y* 

Church &' Chappell & making good what 

y* fresh carry* d away from y" landing and 

carrying the same to both places, . 
To ditto for books for the P*ish, 
To Maj' Munford for Insolvent, 
To ditto for Marga. Moguire, 
To John Mays for A diall-post. 
To Wm. Dodson for picking up y* rails car- 

ry'd by the fres*t, 60 [5] 

To Mary Dison for washing & Cleaning y" 

Church, 

To Mr. Geo. Wilson for Insolvents, 
To ditto for a horse block, .... 
To Hen. Vodin for keeping Marga. Moguire, 
To Jn' Peterson jun"^ on y* Acco* Cloud Barber, • 
To Mr. Inst. Hall for A horse block. 



Sail at is'** ' 
Casq, 



300 


24 


502 




50 


4 


215 


17 


650 


52 


50 


4 


37.719 


1,667 


5.658 




1.667 




45.044 




1,722 




46.766 




47.205 




46,766 




439 




47.205 





Due to P'ish, 

Proportion Carry' d over, .... 

(12) Proportion from y* other side. 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: 1723. South side Dr. 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist' . . 11, too Casq. 

To Mr. Tho. Bott C\ 1,500 120 

To Jn** West, 2,000 160 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon, 1,700 136 



14 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Cap* Jefferson, . 

To Wm. Dodson sen', 

To Wm. Bass, 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon, 

To Hen. Tatum, . 

To Cha. Roberts, . 

To Wm. Davis, 

To Maj' Munford, . 

To John Mays, 

To Jn** Peterson jun', 

To Instant Hall, . 



Sail at 15 f^ C, 
Casq at 8 ^ C\ 



Due to Fish, 

f^ Con't Cr. 
By 749 tithables at 45 ^ pole is 



2,200 


176 


1,000 


80 


800 


64 


4.500 


360 


500 


40 


630 


51 


200 


16 


912 


42 


50 


4 


650 


52 


50 


4 


27.792 


1,305 


4,169 




1.305 





33.266 

439 
33.705 
33.705 



It is ordered by the Vestry & Maj' Robert Munford is hereby 
Impow'red to Collect receive, & recover of the Above 749 tith- 
ables 45"* tobb. ^ pole by distress or otherwise & to make good 
payment as above rendering Acco* to y*" Vestry & no Arrears. 
Test Cha. Roberts C"' V'st^ 



North side Dr. 

To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', 

To Mr. Tho. Bott, 

To Wm. Bass, 

To Mary Dison, 

To Geo. Wilson, . 

To Hen. Vodin, 

To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon, 

To Cap* Jefferson, . 



4.900 


Casq. 


600 


48 


1,200 


96 


300 


24 


552 


4 


215 


17 


800 


64 


800 


64 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 15 



To Wm. Dodson, . 
To Maij' Wm. Kennon, 

Sail at 15 f» C. is . 
Casq, 



460 

1,500 


37 
120 


".327 
1,699 

474 


474 


13.500 
13.500 





f) Con'tr Cr. 
By 300 tithables at 45 ^ pole is 



It is ord"* by the Vestry & Cap' Hen. Randolph is hereby 
ImpowVed to Collect, receive, and recover of the above 300 
tithables 45'** tobb. ^ pole by distress or otherwise and to make 
good payment as above rendering Acco* to the Vestry and no 
Arrears. 

Test Cha. Roberts V Ves^ 

BristoU Fish— ss: At A Vestry Called at the Church Jan' 12th 

I72f. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Mr. Tho. Bott, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Mr. 
Geo. Wilson, Cap* Hen. Randolph Church-warden. 

It is ordered that whereas Mr. James Baugh dec*d was Ap- 
pointed to procession from Puckett's run down to y" lower end 
of the P'lsh Mr. Alexand' Marchell is by this Vestry to officeate 
with Benj' Loket in the room of the dec'd Baugh. 

It is ordered that whereas the precinct belonging unto Mr. 
Tho. Bott jun' is thought too large for them it is ordered that 
they procession up to Noon[ing] Creek on y* south side y* main 
road. 

It is ordered that Godfry Fowler Jun' & Mark Moor proces- 
sion from Nooning Creek to the Extent of the P'ish. 

(13) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry called at the Chappell 24th 
May, 1724. 
Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Mr. Geo. Wilson 
Church warden, Maj' Robt* Boiling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* 
Peter Jones, Cap* Hen. Randolph, Mr. Tho. Bott. 



16 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

It is ord'* That Joseph Gill being in A weak Condition not 
Able to work be Acquitted from paying P*ish Levies. 

Test Cha. Roberts C^ Vest'. 

Bristoll Pish— ss: At A Vestry Called at the Chappell June 7th, 
1724. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob' Munford 
Church warden, Cap* Peter Jones, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* Bul- 
lard Herbert, Cap* Rich** Kennon, Cap* Drury Boiling, Mr. Tho. 
Bott. 

Upon the petition of Raise Newhouse he being in a very weak 
Condition & for these severall years past has not been Able to la- 
bour for the support of himself & poor small small Children beggs 
that he may be Exempt from paying Levies for the future he is 
ord"* by the Vestry to be Levie free as also is Allow 6ou'** tobb. 
for his support be levied at the next laying the P'ish Levies. 

Abra. Overby son of Nico' Overby sen' being born lame & in 
an helpless condition. 

It is ordered that the s*d Abra. Overby be Acquitted from 
paying levies. 

Test Cha. Roberts C"* Vest'. 

Bristoll P'ish — ^ss: At A Vestry Called at the Chappell June 21th 
1724. 
Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' Wm. 
Kennon, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap* Bullard Herbert, Cap* Drury 
Boiling, Mr. Ins* Hall, Mr. Tho. Bott. 

It is ord"* That the Gen*" of the Vestry Meet at the Chappell 
on June 29th instant then & there Appoint men to take Account 
of Crops of tobb. whether they be According to the new Law. 
Test Cha. Roberts C"* Vest'. 

(14) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappell June 
29th, 1724. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Mr. Geo. Wilson Church-wardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Cap' Hen. 
Randolph, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Tho. Bott, Cap* Bullard Her- 
bert, Mr. Ins' Hall. 

It is ord'* that Dennis Daly be Allowed four hundred pounds 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 17 

of tobb. for Support of himself & family to be Allowed by the ^ 
P'ish to be paid him by the Church-warden And the s'd Church- 
warden to bring his Acco* to the next laying the levies. 

As Also In persuance to an Act for the better & more Effect- 
ual! Improving the staple of tobb. the southside of the P'ish is 
divided into two precincts y' upper presinct bounded as foUow- 
eth, Viz: to begin at Appomattox ferry, thence As Monkassa- 
neck Road Runs to Stony Creek Bridge between Cap' Jon[ ] 
and Jos. Wynn*s, thence up Stony Creek to the Upper road to 
Nottoway River, thence along that Roade to Nottoway River 
thence up between y* same & Appomattox River to the Extent 
of y* Pish. 

Cap* Peter Jones & his son Abra Jones are Appointed Coun- 
ters for the s'd precinct. 

All below the s'd Roads to the Extent of the P'ish & south 
side of Nottoway River the lower precinct, Instance Hall and 
John Mays are appointed Counters for the same. 

Mr. Tho. Bott & his Son are Appointed by the Vestry Coun- 
ters of the tobb. plants on the North side of the P'ish between 
old-town Creek & Appomatuk River & where the old-town 
Creek fails at the head between Wintopock road & the s'd river 
to y* furthermost Extent of y" P'ish And Wm. Rowlet & Abra. 
Burton are Appointed Counters as afores'd between the s'd old- 
town creek & Swift creek all the way from the River upwards. 

Alex. Marshall & Matt. Liggon are Appointed Counters of 
tobb. plants between Swift creek all y*" way to the Lower bounds 
of the P'ish where it bounds on Henrico P'ish. 

It is ord"* that Jack Cook belonging to Mr. John Fizjarrell be ^ 
Acquitted from paying P'ish levies till he mends he now being ' 
Ailing. 

Test Cha. Roberts C"' Vest^ 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry Call'd At the Chappie July 5th, 
1724. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Mr. Geo. Wilson Church Wardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj'Wm. 
Kennon, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap' Hen. Randolph, Cap' Bullard 
Herbert, Mr. Tho. Bott, Mr. Ins* Hall. 

Cap* Peter Jones & his son Abra Jones was ord'** to Count the 



18 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

tobb. plants in the upper precincts on ye south side this P* ish the 
fores'd Abra desiring he may be Acquitted & his bro. Wm. Jones 
be put in his place is granted. 

As also It is ordered that the Vestry meet at the Chappie on 
Saturday the i8th Instant to Appoint and Agree with workmen 
to make and put up Sash Windows to the Chappie. 

Test Cha. Roberts, C* Vest'. 

Bristol! P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappell July i8th, 
1724. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj" Rob' Munford 
Church warden, Cap' Bullard Herbert, Maj* Wm. Kennon, Mr. 
Geo. Archer, Cap* Rich^ Kennon, Mr. Geo. Wilson. 

It is ordered & Agreed upon by the Vestry And Richard 
James to & with y" same Agree to make five Sash windows to 
the Chappie the s'd windows to be made up with Sash Glass the 
same to be the breadth of the old windows & about one foot or 
more longer & to do them well & workman like with what Ex- 
pedition he can he finding all things necessary for the same at 
his own proper cost & Charge. 

And the fores'd Vestry when the work so finished as afores'd 
doth promise & Agree to levie at the next laying of the P'ish 
levies two thousand pounds of tobb. & Casq. to pay unto the 
said Rich'* James for his s'd work as also the s'd James to have 
all the Glass belonging unto the old windows. And the s'd James 
doth Agree to make A Casement to the little window next the 
pulpett into the fores'd bargain. 

(15) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappell 9th 
Octob' 1724. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ Maj" Rob' Munford, 
Mr. Ge(x Wilson Church wardens, Maj' Rob' Boiling, Maj' Wm. 
Kennon, Cap' Peter Jones, Cap' Rich. Kennon, Cap' Drury Boi- 
ling, Mr. Tho. Bott. 

It is ordered that John Tilman have the keeping of Dan. 
Glidewell this next ensuing year & to be allowed by y* P'ish one 
thousand lb tobb. 

Hen. Royall pettitioneth that he hath two Moll. Children bom 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



19 



in his house by Name Wm. & hannah may be bound to him & 
his heirs according to Law his pett. is granted. 

Cap* Hen. Randolph pett. that he hath a Moll, girl born in his 
house named Annakin Jenkins may be bound to him & his heirs 
according to Law his pett. is granted. 

Ordered that Pegg a negro woman belonging to Cap* Stith , 
Boiling be levie free. 

Mary Lain pett. for reliefe Tis ordered that the Churchwarden ] 
take care for the s'd Lain & she is allowed for this year 400'** tobb. ' 

It is ordered & Agreed upon that. Rich James ridge the Chap- 
pie in lew of the Exchainge of the glass. Rich. Deardin is Ac- 
quitted from paying Levies. It is ordered that Maj' Rob* mun- 
ford & Cap* Hen. Randolph are Churchwardens the next 
Ensuing year. 

Bristoll P*ish Dr. 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', 
To Mr. Tho. Bott Clark, 
To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for the ferry, 
To Cha. Roberts C^ Vestry, . . . 
To Hen. Tatam for setting the psalms, . 
To Mary dison for washing y* Church, . 
To Rich. James for sash windows, . 
To Raise Newhouse for support, . 
To Wm. Gent for keeping Dan Glidwell, 
To Maj' Wm. Kennon f> Acco*, . 
To Maj' Rob* Boiling for InsoU, . 
To ditto for Dennis Daly, 
To ditto for A copy of y" tobb. Law, 
To Maj' Rob* Munford for InsoU. & other 

Charges (Casq 271), 
To the Church warden on the south side on 

Acco* of Mary Lain, 
To Cap* Hen. Randolph for Insoll, 



ft) tobb. 




16,000 


Casq. 


2,100 


168 


2,500 


200 


450 


36 


500 


40 


300 


24 


2,000 


160 


600 


48 


1,000 


Soy 


1. 133 


91 


455 




400 


32 


40 





841 
495 



22 



32 



Sail at 15 f^ C. 
Casq, 



29,214 

4*382 

933 



34,529 



20 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



^ Cont'r Cr. 




lb tobb. 




By i,io8 tithable at 31"* tobb. ff> pole is . 


34.348 




due to ball. ..'...,. 


181 






34.529 




North side proportioned. South side proportioned. 


And 


Carried over. 






(16) Bristoll P'ish Dr. 1724 South Side Proportion. 




tt) tobb. 




To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ . 


11,400 


Casq. 


To Mr. Tho. Bott reader, 


1.500 


120 


To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for y® ferry, 


1.634 


131 


To Cha. Roberts O^ Vestry, . 


450 


36 


To Hen. Tatam for setting ye psalms, . 


500 


40 


To Mary Dison for cleaning y* Church, . 


300 


24 


To Rich. James for y® window. 


1,600 


128 


To Wm. Gent, 




1,000 


80 


To Raise newhouse, 




600 


48 


To Maj' Rob* Boiling for InsoU, 




455 




To ditto for Dennis Daly, 




400 


32 


To ditto for a cop' tobb. Law, 




40 




To Maj' Rob* Munford, . 




841 


22 


To ditto for y" use of Mary Lain, 




400 


32 


Sail at 15 ^C. . 




3.168 




Casq, . . . . . 




693 


693 




24.981 




f, Cont'r Cr. 


ft tobb. 




1724 By 800 tithables at 31 ^ pole is, 


24,800 




due to y^ Col', 


181 




# 


■ 24,981 





It is ordered by y'' Vestry & Maj' Rob* Munford is hereby 
Impowr'd to Collect, receive, & recover of y" above 800 titha- 
bles 31''* tobb. ^ pole by distress or otherwise & to make good 
payment as afores'd rendering Acco* to the Vestry & no Arrears. 

Test Cha. Roberts C Ves*'. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



21 



1724 North Side Bristol P'ish Proportion. 



To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', 
To Mr. Tho. Bott reader, 
To Maj"" Wm. Kennon for book &c. , 
To Cap* Hen. Randolph for InsoU, 
To Rich. James for window &c., . 
To Mrs. Eliz. Kennon for y*" ferry, 
Sail at 15 ^C, .... 
Casq, ...... 



ft) tobb. 




4,600 


Casq. 


600 


48 


M33 


9^ 


495 




400 


32 


866 


69 


1,214 




240 


240 


9.548 




lb tobb. 




9.548 





^ Con'tr Cr. 
1724 By 308 tithable at 31 ^ pole is, 

It is ord"* by y* Vestry & Cap* Hen. Randolph is hereby Im- 
pow'red to Collect, receive, & recover of y" above 308 tithables, 
31*** tobb. ^ pole by distress or otherwise & to make good pay- 
ment as afores*d, rendering Acco* to y* vestry & no Arrears. 
Test Cha. Roberts C"* Test^ 

Bristoll P*ish — ss: At a Vestry called decern. 25th, 1724 at the 
Chappie. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob' Munford 
Church warden, Maj" Rob* Boiling, Maj*^ Wm. Kennon, Cap* Peter 
Jones, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Cap* Bullard Herbert. 

It is ordered that whereas Joseph Sergant being Ailing in body '\ / 
& limbs the s'd to be bound unto James Thompson to serve him 
3 years for his Cure & the Church warden is hereby Impow'red / 
to see & take Care of y* s'd Joseph. / 

Test Cha. Roberts C"* Vest. • 

Bristoll PUsh — ss: At A Vestry called at y* Chappie March 14th, 
172* 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minister, Maj' Rob* Munford 
Church warden, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' Wm* Kennon, Cap* 
Drury Boiling, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Cap* Bullard Herbert, Mr. 
Geo. Wilson, Mr. Tho. Bott. 

It is ord"* that Poll an Indian Girl daughter to Sara an Indian 



22 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

woman y* s'd Girll being born in the house of Mr. Peter Rowlel 
the s'd Girl be bound unto thes'd peter Rowlett to serve him & 
his heirs as y*" Law directs in such Cases. 

Test Cha. Roberts C Ves^ 

(17) Bristoll P*ish— ss: At A Vestry Called at y" Chappell 4th 
Aprill, 1725. 
Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist', Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Cap^ Hen. Randolph Church wardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' 
Wm. Kennon, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Cap* Bul- 
lard Herbert, Mr. Tho. Bott, Cap* Drury Boiling, Mr. Geo. 
Wilson. 
- It is ordered by y® Vestry by & with the Consent of Hugh 
Lee that the s*d Hugh Lee take care of Mary Lain & find her 
diet, washing & lodging for the time of six months and he to^e 
Allowed at the rate of one hundred lb tobb. ^ month, she being 
in a very lame condition. 

It is further ordered that John Lee being in A very Low Con- 
dition & not Able to help himself John Mays is ordered to take 
/ , care of the s'd John Lee & the s'd John Mays for his trouble is 
O Allowed one hundred ft) tobb. ^ month. 

"^ Bristoll P'ish — ss: At A Vestry called At y*^ Chappie May i6th, 
1725. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Cap* Hen. Randolph Church Vardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' 
Wm. Kennon, Cap* Drury Boiling, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Cap* Peter 
Jones, Mr. Tho. Bott. 

Charles Hill being upwards of sixty years of Age & being 
very much Ailing that he cannot work to support him self prays 
he may be sett levie free this Vestry that for y^ future orders he 
y* s'd Cha. Hill be levie free. 

As also Charles Gillam being lame & not able to work the 
Vestry orders that the s'd Cha. Gillam for the future be leavie 
free. 

Bristoll P'ish — ^ss: At A Vestry called at the Chappell May 30th 
1725. 
Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ Maj' Rob* Munford Church war- 
den, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* Drury Boiling, 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 23 

Cap* Rich. Kennon, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Cap* 
Bullard Herbert, Mr. Tho. Bott. 

Upon the complaint of John Vaughan sen' He having been 
long sick & is now not Able to work as Also being Aged prays 
he may be leavie free Tis ordered by this Vestry that the s'd 
Vaughan be leavie free. 

(i8) Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappie June 
28th 1725. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist'» Maj' Rob* Munford, 
Cap* Hen. Randolph Church Wardens, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' 
Wm. Kennon, Cap* Bullard Herbert, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Mr. 
Geo. Wilson, Mr. Geo. Archer. 

It is ordered that tw6 Chappies be built for the convenience of 
the Frontire of this P'ish one upon or near the plantacon of Mr. 
John Stith upon Sapponey Creek convenient to y* upper Notto- 
way river road & Maj' Rob* Boiling & Maj' Rob* Munford to 
Appoint the place. 

The other on the upper side of Numanseen Creek as near y^ 
river as it can conveniently be placed to be directed by Maj' 
Wm. Kennon & Maj' Rob* Boiling. And it is further ord"* that 
Notice be given for workmen to come & make proposals for 
undertaking y* Same. And that Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' Rob' 
Munford & Maj' Wm. Kennon Attend at y* Chappie on y" Sec- 
ond Munday in August next to Agree with the Undertakers. 
And it is ordered and Agreed upon that Each Chappie are to be 
of y' following dementions, forty foot in lenth, twenty foot in 
bredth, twelve foot pitch, fraim'd on good Sils under pin'd with 
good blocks or rock-stones, A good Substantiall frame to be 
weather-borded with good Clap-bords & covered with shingles 
nail'd on Either to bords or saw'd laths as the workman shall 
think fitt the in side to be comon plain work the seats to be sin- 
gle benches. Except the two upper pews & them to be double & 
close with dores, the floors lay*d with inch-plank & Each Chap- 
pie ceaPd with halfe inch -plank & A comon plain gallary & pul- 
pett & A reading-desk & a comunion-table with windows & 
doors. 

And it is further ord'** that Whereas the P'ish being divided into 
precincts for counting tobb. plants the South-side of the s'd 



24 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

P*ish being divided into two precincts, the upper precinct 
bounded as followeth to begin at Appamattuck ferry, thence as 
Monkassaneck road runs to stony-creek bridge between Cap' 
Rich. Jones, & Cap' Joss Wynns, thence up stony-creek to y* 
upper Road to Nottoway river, thence along the road to Notto- 
way river, thence up between the same & Appamattuck river to 
y* Elxtent of y* Pish. Cap' Peter Jones & his Son Peter Jones 
are Appointed Counters for y' s*d precinct. 

All below ye s*d roads to y' Extent of y* P'ish & South-side 
Nottoway river being ye lower precinct Instance Hall & John 
Maj-s are appointed counters for the same. 

Mr. Geo. Archer sen' & Mr. Rob* Bevell are Appointed count- 
ers of y* tobb. plants on ye north-side y* P'ish between Old- 
town-creek & Appamattuck river & where ye old town creek 
fails at y' head between Wontapock road <& y' s'd river to y* 
further most Extent of the P'ish. Mr. Wm. Rowlett & Wm. 
Chambers are Appointed Counters as afores'd between y* s'd 
old-town creek & swift creek all y' way from y* river upwards. 

Mr. Alex. Marchell & Matt Ligon are Appointed counters of 
tobb. plants between swift creek all the ^-ay to the lower bounds 
of y* P*ish where it bounds on Henrico P*ish. 

And it is ordered that all y' lores* d Counters of tobb. plants 
Make return of their proceedings at or upon the loth day of 
August next. 

Godtinb- Radgsdale doth peitition that he hath A Moll, girll 
bom in his house pra\*s the same Moll, by name may be 

bound to him & his heirs as the law directs in such cases his 
peiiiiion b granted. 

Mrs. Fran. Wvnn haveing A Moll, boy by name Ned son of 
Ellix. Stuard bom in y* house of Mrs. Wynns pram's y* s*d Moll, 
be bound to her & her heirs as y* law directs in such cases tis 
granted. 

Wm. Eaton prays a Moll. Boy by name Wm. who formerly 
li\*ed with Wm. Standback be bound unto \** s'd Eaton to sei^-e 
According to law y s'd Eaton ^ his heirs, lis granted. 

Test Ch.\. Roberts C* Vesf . 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 25 

Aug* 9th, 1725. 
Bristol Parish — ss: At a Meeting at the Chappie by order of 
Vestry made June 28th, 1725. 

Maj' Robert Boiling, Maj' Rob'Munford& Maj'Wm. Kennon 
to ae^ree with workmen to build two Chappies in y" Parish. 

It is agreed upon with the Gent" aforenamed to and w*". Rich** 
James that the s"* Rich* James build a Chappie at Namisseen 
Creek & the s* James give good Security to perform y" s* well 
& workman like according to bond, & Security given from un- 
der hand. The afores** Gent" doth agree to pay unto the s** 
James 135' Curr* Money to be paid at two paym" in tob** at the 
price Curr* at 3 Standing dealers doth allow, y* s** Chappie to be 
finisht at or upon Christmas come twelve Month Maj' Wm. Ken- 
& Wm. Bass Security for the Said James. 

It is further agreed upon w*^ the Gent" afores* to and with 
Edw. Colwell the s* Colwell build a Chappie at Sappony 
Creek where Maj' Boiling & Maj' Munford shall appoint the s"* 
Colwell to give Security for the performance of the Same to be 
well & workman like according to y* dementions in bond men- 
tioned the s** Colwell to have 140 ;^ Cur' money to be paid at 
two payments in Tob* at the Price Curr' as 3 Standing dealers 
doth allow; y® said Chappie to to be finished at or upon Christ- 
mas come twelve Month Maj' Rob* Munford Security for the said 
Colwell. 

It is agreed that the Price Curr* of Tob" be as Col' Harrison, 
Maj' John Boiling, Maj^ Rob* Boiling, Maj' Rob* Munford & 
Maj' Wm. Kennon doth allow or any three of them. 

Test Cha. Roberts C'lk Vestry. 

Copy*d from y*" Rough. John Woobank. 

(19) BristoU P'ish — ss: At A Vestry called at the Chappie octob' 

3<^ 1725- 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minist^ Maj' Rob' Munford 
Church-warden, Maj' Rob* Boiling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* 
Drury Boiling, Mr. Geo. Archer, Cap* BuUard Herbert, Mr. 
Tho. Bott, Mr. Geo. Wilson. 

Upon the pett. of Margarett Butier And she appearing to this 
Vestry declaring that she being disabled by Sickness is not Able 



26 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

to help her selfe; Tis ord'^ by this Vestry that y* s'd Marg' But- 
ler live with Rich. Butler untill The Vestry can Agree with A 
Docter to cure her if possible he can the fores' d Rich. Butler to 
be allow by y® P'ish for the time she lives with him at y" rate of 
Eight P" of tobb. f^ Month, & he to find her diet, lodging, & 
washing for the time. 

Test Cha. Roberts C^ Vest^ 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry Called at the Chappel Octob' 3d 
1725- 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minist'r, Maj' Rob* Mun- 
ford, Cap. henry Randolph Church Wardens, Maj' Rob* boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap' Drury boiling, Mr. George Archier, 
Cap* Buller herbert, Mr. thorn. Bott, Mr. George Willson. 

It is ord'** that Ann Gill be allow' d by y* Vestry five yards 
blew plains from Maj' Munford he to be payd at the next laying 
y* leavyss as also Cap* Randolph to let y" s'd Gill to have linnin 
to make two shirts he to be allow' d for It at the laying the next 
levies. It Is ord'red that Maj' Munford Continue Churchwarden 
for the next Insuing year. Mr. George Wilson is Elected 
Church Warden for the next Ensuing y' & Collector. 

It is ord' y* Doc* Jos'* Irby take Cath. bell and to discharge y*" 
P'ish. 

Geo. Robertson Minister. 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at y* Chappel No" y' 14th 
1725- 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj*^ Rob* Mun- 
ford, Mr. George Wilson Church Wardens, Coll. Rob* boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* peter Jones, Cap* Rich. Kennon, Cap* 
buller herbert, Mr. tho. bott. 

It is ord'red y* Cath. Arthur being Destitute of an habitation 
& not Able to to work James W'ms Is heare by ord'red by Con- 
sent to take the s* Cath' Into his house and to find her diet 
washing and lodging Convenient and he to be Allowed by the 
parish at y* next laying the parish leavy at y" rates of five pound 
per year. 

Cha's Roberds Clerk Vest'. 

Bristoll P'ish — ^ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappie Sunday y' 
20th 1725 feb'. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 27 

present. Mr. George Robterson Minister, Maj' Rob* Mun- 
ford, Mr. Geo. Wilson Church Wardens, Coll. Rob* boiling, 
Maj^ Wm. Kennon, Cap* buller herbert, Cap* Rich* Kennon, 
Cap* peter Jones, Mr. thorn, bott. 

It is Ord'red y* John Mayes be Clerk of the Vestr. for this 
p*ish and to be allow' d four hundred pound of tob** ^' year by 
y^p'ish. It is ord'red y* y" Church Wardens Provide nesssaries 
for an Orphand Child now under the Care of su.san Parham that 
she be allow' d for the same at the laying the next p'ish leavy. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vest. 

(20) Bristoll P'ish — ss: At A Vestry held at y* Chappie Sunday 
y' 6th march 172 J. 

prisant. Mr. George Robertson Minister &c. 

It Is ord'red y* ye Church Weardens Provide necesisary 
Cloathin for John Eaginton. And they to be allow' d for the 
same at y* Laying the next parrish leavy. 

Cap* buller herbert Having A moUatto boy by name Ned son 
of Elizabeth stuard born In his house prayes y*" s"* boy be bound 
to him and his heirs as y*" law Directs In such Cases. Tis 
Granted. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vest'. 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held At y* Chappie Sunday y*^ 
15th may 1726 may. 
present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj* Rob' Mun- 
ford, Cap* Henry Randolph, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* Rich** Ken- 
non, Cap* peter Jones, Mr. th** bott. 

James bank being an oald man Veary poor and not able to ^ 
work as Useual prayes he may be Acquitted from paying leavy 
tis granted. 

Testis Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestr/. 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held at y' Chappie Sunday y" 
29th may 1726. 

present. Mr. George Roberson Minister, Coll. Rob' boiling, 
Maj. Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap* Richard Kennon, 
Cap* peter Jones, Mr. thomas bott. 

Samuel sental being an oald Man and Veary Much afflicted 
•with pains In his feet So y* he Is not able to work for his living 



T 



28 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

as Useal humbly Seweth to this Vestry y' he May be Acquitted 
from paying Leavy tis granted. 

Testis J NO. Mayes Clerk V^estry. 

Bristoll P'ish— ss: At A Vestry held At y" Chaple Sunday y*^ 
I2th June 1726. 

presant. Mr. Georg Robertson Ministor, Coll. Rob* boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap* Henry Randolph, 
Cap* buUer Herbert, Cap* Richard Kennon, Cap* peter Jones, 
Mr. thomas bott. 

John Trap being an oald Man Vear}^ poor and not Able to- 
Work As Useal humbly prayeth to this Vestry y* he may* be 
Acquitted from paying leavy tis granted. 

John Dillihay Servant to Susannah Grig being A poor Craisey 
Sickley lad and not Able to Work Sufficiant for his maintinance 
She humbly prayeth to this Vestry y* She may be Acquitted 
from paying leavy for him tis Granted. 

It is ord'red y* Maj' Wm. Kennon Send for books Suitable for 
two Chappies and likewise three basons for the Use of baptism 
and he to be allowed for the Same by the p'ish. 

Testis Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(21) Bristol p'ish — ss: At A Vestry held at y*" Chappie June y* 
29 1726. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll. Rob* boiling, 
Maj" Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap* Richard Kennon, 
Cap* peter Jones, Mr. George Wilson, In' hall, Mr. George 
Archer, Mr. Tho. bott. 

It Is ord'red y* y* South Side bristol p'ish be Devided Into 
two prescints for Counting tob** plants growing on Each Sev- 
erill plantation bounded as followeth Viz* beginning At appa- 
mattucks fearry thence Along the road to Stoney Creak bridge 
then up the Creak to the upper nottaway Road then along the 
s** Road to the Extent of the p'ish. 

peter Jones minor and his brother Wm. Jones are Appointed 
Counters for the upper prescinct. And Jn* Mayes and Instance 
Hall Are Appoynted Counters for the lower precinct. And It is 
further ord'red y* Wm. Davis be allowed seven hundred pounds 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 29 

of tob*^ by y* p'ish for his trouble in Looking after and Buriing 
Eliz. Crooker. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol p'ish — ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappie Sunday y^ 
1 6th ocf 1726. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Col. Rob* boiling, 
Maj. Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap' peter Jones, Cap' 
buUir herbert, Mr. george Wilson, Mr. th'* botte. 

Upon A petition of Catherine Arthur their was Leavid for her * 
Support fourty shillings ^' annum Dureing het necessity She 
being Aged and Weak and not Able to support her Self. 

* Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

<22) Bristol parrish — ss: At A Vestry Held at the Chappie 
Nov**' loth 1726. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj' Rob' Mun- 
ford, Mr. George Wilson Church Wardens, Coll. Rob' Boiling, 
Maj' Wm. JCennon, Cap' peter Jon, Mr. tho' bott, Cap' buller 
Herbert. 

It Is ord'red y' John Ellis s' be Acquitted from paying leavy 
for the futer and likewise for this present year. 

It Is further ord'red y' Nathaniel parrot be Clerk for ye 
Chappie at Sapponey and he to be Allow** two thousand pounds 
of tobd* ^' annom by the parrish. It Is Likewise ord'red y' Mr. 
tho* bott be Clerk for the Chappie at Nemursssens and he to be 
pay'd two thousand pound of tob*^ ^' annum by the parrish. 

It Is ord'red that henry tatam be Clerk for the ferry Church 
and Chapell and y* he be Allow' d two thousand pounds of tob*^ 
by the parrish ^' annum. It Is ord'red y' Rob' fellows be Ac- 
quitted from paying leavis for the futer. 

It Is ord'red that Wm. poythris and Richard herbert be Sworn 
Vestry Men. 

It Is ord'red that Richard price be Bound to Drury Oliver as 
the law Directs. The list of tithebles not being brought It Is 
ord'red y' Coll. boiling, Maj' Munford, Cap' buller herbert pro- 
portion the leavys this Year. It Is further ord'red that Mr. 
George Robertson Minister preach once A month at Each 
Church or Chappl In the parrish and he to be allow' d twenty 
thousand pounds of tob** ^' annum. 



30 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



It Is likewise ordr*d y* Maj' Rob* Munford and Mr. Georeg 
Wilson Continue Church Wardens y" next year. 



Bristol parrish Dr. 1726. 

To Mr. George Robertson Minister, 
To Mr. thomas Bott Clerk, . 
To Mrs. Eliz' Kennon for the fearry. 
To henry tatam for setting the p'lams, 
To Mary Dison for washing y' Church, 
To Mr. Rich** Jones for bur'ing David peoples 
To Cap* beavil for bur'ing Indian George, 
To Jn" tiltnan for keeping Glydewell, 
To James W'ms for Cat' arthur 5**, 
To Catherine Arthur 40. 
To Sam' birch for Cath'' Irvin, 
To Wm. Stiles for Ditto, 
To loflain flin for Ditto, 
To John Garrat for Ditto, 
To John brierly for Ditto, 
To fillis liles for Eliz' Dodson, 
To Mary Stiles for Ditto, 
To Maj' Wm. Kennon for y* Chappel, 
To Maj' Rob' Munford for Colwell, 
To Maj' Wm. Kennon for books, . 
To Essix beavil for Jos. Sergan, 
To Jane hill for Richard price, 
To Mr. George Willson for y* Church yard 
To Ditto for Insolvants, 
To Maj' Munford 5. 11. 2, 
To Ditto for Insolvants, 
To John Mayes for Clerk, 
To Ditto for Clearing y' yard and for blocks 
for Doar steps, 



tob'co 

16,000 
02,100 
02,500 
00,500 
00,300 
00,300 
00,300 
01,000 
01,000 
00,400 
00,400 
00,400 

00,375 
00,075 
00,125 
00,200 
00,020 
12,000 
12,000 
04,000 
00,075 
01,000 
00,060 
00,046 
01,112 
00,920 
00,400 



Cask. 
168 
200 
040 
024 
024 
024 
080 
080 
032 
032 
032 
030 
006 
010 
016 
002 
960 
960 
320 
006 
080 
005 

081 

032 



00,150 012 



Cask, 

Salry at 10 1^' ct. 



57.758 
3.256 

5.775 



3,256 



66,789 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



31 



^R. Contra Credit. 

by 1,236 tithebles at 54 f^' pole is . 
Diew to y* parrish, 

(23) 1726 South Side Bristol 

To Mr. Ge* Robertson Minister, 

To Mr. tho** bott Reader, 

To henry tatam, 

To Richard Jones, 

To John tilman, 

To James W'ms, 

To Cath' Arthur, 

To Samuel birch. 

To Jame hill, 

To Maj' Munford s'"" n' 2^ 

To Ditto for Insolvants, 

To John Mayes, 

To Maj' Munford for Colwell, 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon,. . 





66,789 




^ARRI 


45 




SH Dr. 




12,000 


Cask. 




01,500 


120 




00,500 


40 




. 00,300 


24 




01,000 


80 




01,000 


80 




00,400 


32 




00,400 


32 




01,000 


80 




01,112 


81 




00,920 






00,550 


44 




12,000 


960 




10,600 


848 



43.283 

Salry at 10 ^ ct 4.328 

Cask, 2,421 

50,031 
f>>R. Contra Cr. 

by 926 tithebles at 54 ^' pole is . . . 50,004 
Due to y* Colec", 27 



2,421 



1726. 



Test 



50*031 



Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



1726 North Side Bristol parrish Dr. 

To Mr. George Robertson, .... 4,000 Cask. 

To Mr. Thomas Bott, 0,600 48 

To Mary Dison, 0,300 24 

To Cap' John Bevil, 0,300 24 

To Wm. Stiles, 0,420 34 



32 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To laughlin flyn, . 

To John Garret, 

To phillis Hies, 

To Mr. George Wilson, 

To Essex bevil, 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon, . 

To Ditto for Richard James, 

To Mrs. Eliz' Kennon, . 

To John Bryarly, . 



0,375 


30 


0,075 


06 


0,200 


16 


0,106 


05 


0,075 


06 


4,000 


320 


1,400 


112 


2,500 


200 


0,125 


010 



Sail, at 10 
Cask, 



Ct. 



14*476 

1,447 

835 

16,758 



835 



Test 

f^ Contra Cr. 
^' 310 Tythables at 54 ^' pole is 
Due to y' Col', 



Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



16,740 
18 



Test 



16,758 
Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



Bristol parrish — ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappie Jan' y® 22d 
1726. 
present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll* Rob* boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Mr. George Willson, 
Cap* buller herbert. 

It Is order' d y* henry Mayes be allowed one thousand pounds 
of tob''*' for the support of Jn° Eagington at the laying the next 
parrish leavy. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(24) Bristol parrish — ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappie feb' 
y* 19th 1726. 
present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj' Rob* Mun- 
ford, Maj^ Wm. Kennon, Coll. Rob' boiling, Cap* Rich'* Ken- 
non, Mr. Wm. poythris, Mr. george Wilson. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 33 

It Is ord'red that Maj' Rob* Munford Church Warden provide 
Necessary Suport for John Trap he being in A poor low Condi- 
tion And to bring In his Accomp* at the laying the next p'ish 
• leavy. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol parrish — ss: At A Vestry held at y' Chappie May 2d 
1727. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll. Rob' Boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Maj^ Rob' Munford, Mr. Geo. Wilson, Cap' 
Buller Herbert, Mr. George Archer, Mr. thomas bott. 

It Is ord'red that Wm. traylor Keep and Attend the ferry at 
nemursens Chappie and he to be allowed six hundred and thirty 
pounds of tob*^ ^' Annom. it is likewise ordered that Maj' Wm. 
Kennon send for Church ornaments for the two new Chappies 
at nemursens and Sapponey. 

it is further ord'red that Rob* Aburtnartha be leavy free. 

Ditto Chachaster Sturdivant. 

Ditto th** totty. 

It is ord'red that Edward Colwell be allow' d one thousand 
pound of tob*^ for building the litde house at Sapponey Chapp'l 
to be pay'd out of the tob*^ now Leavi'd. the same for Rich** 
James for window shutters at nemurssens Chappie. Ditto Wm. 
Davis seven hundred for bur'ing Eliz' Crooker. 

It is ord'red that Catherine Irvin is Discharg'd from the par- 
rish and she is to have the blanket George Wilson bought for 
her and a waistcoat of plains of the parish. Mr. Rich** herbert 
hath taken the oath of a Vestryman. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol p'ish — ss: At A Vestry held at the Chappie July the 4th 
1727. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj' Wm. Kennon, 
Cap* buller herberd, Cap* Richard herbert, Mr. Instance Hall, 
Cap* Richard Kennon, Mr. George Willson. 

It is ordered that the South Side bristol parrish be Devided 
into two precincts for Counting tob*** plants Growing on Each 
Severial plantation bounded as follo[weth] Viz* beginning at ap- 
pomattox ferry thence along that Roade to Stony Creek Bridge 



34 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

thence up the Creek to the upper notaway Road thence along 
the s** Road to the Extent of the f)arrish Abraham Jones and 
Wm. Jones are Appointed Counters for the upper precinct. 
Miles thweat and John Mayes for the lower precinct. 

Alexander Mershal and John Epes for the North Side of the 
parrish Counters. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(25) Bristoll p'ish — ss: At A Vestry held at the ferry Chappie 
July y* 24th 1727. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll. Rob* boi- 
ling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Maj"^ R»ob* Munford, Mr. George Will- 
son, Cap* buller herbert, Mr. George Archer, Mr. Wm. 
Poytheris. 

By Order of Henrico County Court Dated y* 3d July 1727 for 
procssioning 

Ord'red That peter baugh and Benj' locket procession from 
puckets Run to y* lower End of the parrish. henry Wall ton 
and John pride procession between puckets Run and Swift Creek. 
Peter Rowlet and Wm. Worsham procession between Swift 
Creek Oald town Creek and Yewls branch. Cap* John beavel 
and henry Royall procession betw[een] the oald town Creek and 
Appomatox River as high as Mr. Botts. Thomas botte and 
Godfery fowler procession from Mr. Botts to the Extent of the 
parrish between the River and the Road henry Voaden and 
Webster Gill procession from Yewls branch to The Extent of the 
parrish on the North Side of the Road. 

And further it Is ord'red By Vertue of an order of prince 
George County Court bareing Date nth July 1727 and In obe- 
diance to the s* order to procession lands on the South Side 
Bristoll parrish Ord'red that John Liewes and henry tatam pro- 
cession all the land from puddled Dock Run to the lower End of 
the parrish between the River and Ma* boilings Road. Ord'red 
that Daniel Sturdifant and procession from puddle Dock 

Run to the Nottoway Road as far out as black water. 

It is likewise ord'red that Tho. hardiway and Abraham Alley 
procession from Nottoway Road up as far as Moncosneck Road. 
Ord'red that Wm. parsons and John Mayes procession from pud- 
dle Dock Run to leu* Run between the River and the Great 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 35 

Swamp and moncosneck Road. Ord'red that peter Jones and 
Abr* Jones procession from Lev^ Run to the Indiantown Run 
Including Rhohoick. OrdVed that Nicholas Overberry and 
Rich* Smith procession from the Indian town Run to Wallisses 
Run. Ordr*d that Matthew Mayes and bath" Crowder proces- 
sion from Wallissis to Mohipponock Creek. Ordr*d that John 
Ellington and William Spain procession from Mohipponock 
Creek to Nemurssens Creek, ord'red that Rob^ Tilcker and 
John Tally procession from Nemurssens Creek up the River and 
Deep Creek to the mouth of the Swett house, ord'red that 
Wm. Coalman and thos. hobby procession from the mouth of 
the Swett house branch up Deep Creek and the River to the 
Extent, ord'red that hugh lee and James baugh procession from 
the land of Second Swamp, ord'red that Johhn ledbetter and 
Sam* lee procession the land of Warrick Swamp, ord'red that 
Wm. Epes and Rich* Curlile procession the land of Joseps 
Swamp, ord'red That Rich* Raines and John hill proc'ssion 
the land of Jones hole Swamp. Ord'red that George Tillman 
proc'ssion with Wm. buder from moncosneck bridge Down the 
Creek to the Extent. Ord'red that James Williams and George 
W"" procession from Moncosneck Road to the New Road on 
hatchers Run. ordr'd that Nicolas Vaughan and James hudson 
procession from the fors* Road up hatchers Run to the Extent, 
ord'red that George Smith and Charles W"" proc'ssion from 
the Moncosneck Road up Gravillie Run and the Cattail. Ord- 
ered that George Stel and James Grigg procession the land of 
White oak and Bares swamp. Ord'red that francis Coalman and 
Matthew Anderson proc'ssion the land of butter Wood Swamp 
and the Rockey Run. Ord'red that Cap^ John Evans and Jo- 
seph Tucker procession the land of Stoney Creek. Ord'red that 
Cap' Drury Stith and David W°" procession the land for Sap- 
poney. Ord'red that David Walker and Samuel harwell pro- 
cession from the County line to lickingplace branch on nottoway 
River Including buck skin. Ord'red that Wm. Davis and Th** 
Jones son of peter Jones proc'ssion from lickingplace branch up 
nottoway to the Extent. 

It is further ord'red that the Church Wearthen for the North 
Side build a house of Sixteen foot and twelve and an inside 
Chimney on the best terms he Can. 



36 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

It is ord'red that the S** Church Wearden supply Th° Watkins 
with Such Necessaries he thinks Convenient and also to imploy 
a Docter to Cure him of the desease he now labours under. Or- 
d'red that the Church Wearthens bind out to Godfery Ragsdail 
two Mullatto Children by name Dol and bidde as the law directs. 
It is that a Child be bound to Wm. Matt as the law Directs by 
name Mary bibby. 

Mr. Wm. poythris hath taken the oath of a Vestry Man. 

Test John Mayes Qerk Vestry. 

(26) Bristoll P'ish — ss: at A Vestry held at the ferry Chappie 
Nove" y* i6thi 1727. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj"" Rob* Mun- 
ford, Mr. Geo. Wilson Church Warthens, Coll. Rob' boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Mr. Th" bott, Cap* bul- 
ler herbert, Mr. Rich* herbert, Mr. Wm. poythris. 

It is ordered that John Brown be Exempted from paying leavy 
Ditto John bethell Ditto Rich* Westmoreland. 

It is ord'red that Maj"" Wm. Kennon Send for four Surplieces 
to officiate in at Div'ne Service. 

Ord'red that the Church Warthens take Security of Th* Jones 
for the keeping Wm. Mote from y" Charg of the Parrish. 

It is ord*red that Maj' Wm. Kennon find Catherine Urvin with 
Cloathes and to bring in his ac"* at the laying the next p' ish 
levy. It is ord'red that the Church Wearthens be allowed what 
they are out for making The Illconvenient tob** Convenient at 
the laying the next levy, ord'red That betty Gill a bastard 
Child of Mary Gill be bound to Cap* buller herbert as the law 
Directs. 

It is ord'red that Maj' Rob* Munford and Mr. George Willson 
Continue Churchwarthens and Collectors for the Ensuing year. 

Bristoll p'ish Dr. 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson Minister, . 
To Mr. Tho. bott, Clerk Nemussens Church, 
To Nathaniel parrot Clerk Sapponey Church, 
To henry tatam Clerk of the Mother Church 

and ferry Chappie, 

To Mrs. Eliz' Kennon for ferry, 



20,000 


Cask. 


02,000 


160 


02,000 


160 


02,000 


160 


02,500 


200 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



37 



To Mary Dison for Cleaning the Church, 

To John Mayes for Clerk Vestry, . 

To Wm. Traylor for Nemurssens ferry, 

To Catherine Arthur 40, ... 

To henry Mayes for Eaginton, 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon Church orniments. 

To Mr. George Willson for the parish house, 

To Ditto for Insolvants, 

To Geor. W"" for buriing Glidewell, 

To John tillman for keeping GHdewill 9 months. 

To Wm. Worsham for Cureing Th** Watkins, 

To George Willson for keeping Catherine Ur- 

vin and one pair shoes, . 
To James long for keeping of Ditto, 
To Mr. Th* Eldridge for Sarah Vaughan, 

To Maj*- Rob* Munford 

To Nath' parrot for the Church yard & hors 

block, 



• 


00,300 


024 




00,400 


032 




00,630 


050 


. 


00,400 


032 


. 


01,000 


080 


. 


08,000 


640 




01,000 


080 


. 


00,086 






00,370 


030 


>, 


00,750 


060 




00,490 


039 


. 


00,440 


035 


. 


00,100 


008 




00,150 


012 




00,315 


025 



00,300 024 



Sail, 
Cask, 



43^231 

4,323* 
1,851 

49,405 



1,851 



^' Contra Credit. 

by 1,334 tithebles at 37 ^' pole is 49,405- 
Due to y* p'ish 47. 

(27) Bristoll p*ish — ss: at A Vestry CalFd at the ferry Chappie 
feb° y* i8th 172^ 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj' Rob* Mun- 
ford, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap* buller herbert, Mr. George Will- 
son, Mr. Wm. poythris, Mr. Richard herbert. 

Peter plantine being Much Burnt by an acsident and he being 
poor and aged Not able to pay for his Cure Mary hall is ord'red 
to Take Care of the S* plantine and to Do her Endeavour to 
Cure him and She to bring in her ac"* att the laying The Next 
parrish leavy. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



38 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Bristol p*ish — ss: at A Vestry held at the ferry Chappie Sunday 
y*" 14th aprill 1728. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj"" Rob* Mun- 
ford Church Warthen, Coll. Rob' Boiling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, 
Cap* buller Herbert, Mr. Rich** Herbert. 

Rob* Glidewell Being afficted With a Cancur in his face which 
hath Made him unable to labour for his livelihood it is ord'red 
that the Church Warthen find him necessary Cloathin and 
likewise that John Browder find him necessary board and he to 
be allow'd one hundred pounds of tob** ^' month. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristoll Parrish — ss: At a Vestry Held at The Ferry Chappie 
Octb' 15th, 1728. 

Mr. George Robertson Minister, Mr. William poythris, Mr. 
George Willson Church Warthens, Coll* Rob* Boiling, Maj' Wm. 
Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Cap* Richard Kennon, Cap* Buller 
Herbert, Mr. James Munford, Mr. James Munford, Mr. Inst- 
ance Hall, Mr. Th*» Bott. 

Mr. James Munford admitted and Sworn a Vestry Man. 

on the Motion of Edward Col well that peter a mulatt Boy 
Should be Bound to him it is ordered that the Church warthens 
Bind him to the s* Colwell to serve according to law. 

Francis Bracy haveing Signified to this Vestry that he is wil- 
ling to Provide for peter Plantinefor the Useal allowance ordered 
that the S** Plantine Immediately repair to y* s** bracy. 

It is Further ord* red that frances Eliz' thompson Be Removed 
into the Next parrish Through Which She Came By y* Church 
Warthens of this Parrish So Soon as they think her in a condition 
to Remove to be provided for at the Charge of the parrish Dure- 
ing her Inability. 

Ord'red That Mr. William Poythris and Mr. George Willson 
Be Church Warthens and Collectors for the Ensuing year. 

It is ord'red that an ad'tion of twenty foot Squair Be Built to 
Each of the New Chappies. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



39 



(28) 



Bristoll Parrish Dr. 



To Mr. George Robertson Minister, 

To Mr. Th* Bott Clerk, 

To Henry Tatam Clerk, 

To Nath' parrot Clerk, 

To Mrs. Eliz' Kennon for y* ferry, 

To Mary Dison for Cleaning y* Church 

To John Mayes for Clerk, 

To Cath' Arthur 40, 

To Henry Mayes for Eaginton, 

To John Browder for Glidewell, 

To William Traylor for y* ferry, 

To Mary Hall for peter Plantine, 

To Maj' Kennon for Church orniments, 

To Maj' Munford for y* Illconvenient tob*. 

To George Willson for the Illconvenient tob* 

To George Willson for Watkins & Wine, 

To Edward CoUwell for plantine, . 

To Wm. Butler for his Care of newhous, 

To Eliz* Dodson for Charity, 

To Titus Crutcher for Eliz* thompson, . 

To Godfrey Rags Dail for Ditt^ . 



Octb' I 

20,000 
02,000 
02,000 
02,000 
02,500 
00,300 
00,400 
00,400 
01,000 
00,700 
00,630 
00,800 
08,000 
02,613 
00,100 
00,176 
00,400 
00,500 
00,250 
00,200 
00,200 



728. 
Cask. 
1,600 
0,160 
0,160 
0,160 
0,200 
0,024 
0,032 
0,032 
0,080 
0,056 
0,050 
0,064 
0,640 
0,128 
0,008 
0,008 
0,032 
0,040 
0,020 
0,016 
0,016 



45.169 3,526 



SaU, 4,517 




Cask, 3,526 




53,212 




By 1,543 Tithables at 34 Y^ ^' Pole is 53,212. 




Diew to y* Parrish 21. 




1728 North Side Bristol Parrish Dr. 






Cask. 


To Mr. Robertson, 4,650 


370 


To M' Tho. Bott, 0,550 


044 


To Mary Dison, 0,300 


024 


To Mrs. Eliz' Kennon, 2,500 


200 


To Wm. Traylor, 0,630 


050 


To Eliz. Dodson, 0,250 


020 



40 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Godfery Ragsdail, 
To Titus Crutcher, 
To George Willson, 
To John Mayes, 
To Mary Hall. 

Sail, 



0,200 


016 


0,200 


016 


0,276 


016 


0.235 


019 


0,800 


064 



Cask, 



10,591 
1^059 

11,650 
839 

12,489 



839 



By 362 Tithables at 34 >^ ^' Pole is 12,489. 

It is ord'red By y® Vestry and Mr. George Willson is hereby 
Impowered To Collect Receive and Recover of the above 362 
Tithables 34^^*** tob* ^' pole By Distress or otherwise and to 
Make Good payments as above Rendering acco"* to y" Vestry 
and no Errors. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



1728 South Side Bristol parrish Dr. 



To Mr. George Robertson, 

To Mr. Tho. Bott, 

To nathaniel parrot, 

To henry Tatam, . 

To John Mayes, 

To Catharine Arthur, 

To henry Mayes, . 

To John Browder, 

To Maj' Kennon, . 

To Maj' Munford, . 

To Edward Col well,' 

To Wm. Butler, . 



15,350 
01,450 
02,000 
02,000 
00,165 
00,400 
01,000 
00,700 
08,000 
02,613 
00,400 
00,500 



Cask. 
1,230 
0,116 
0,160 
0,160 
0,015 
0,032 
0,080 
0,056 
0,640 
0,128 
0,032 
0,040 



Sail, 
Cask, 



34.578 
3,458 
2,689 



2,689 



40,725 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 41 

By i,i8t Tithables at 34>4 ^' Pole is 40,744)^. 

it is ordered By y*" Vestry and Mr. Wm. Poythris is here By 
Impowered To Collect Receive and Recover of the above i,i8i 
Tithebles 34^^''' tob* ^' pole By distress or otherwise and to 
make good payment as above Rend' ring ace"* to the Vestry and 
no Errors. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(29) Bristoll parrish— ss: at A Vestry held at y^ ferry Chappie 
June y* 15th 1728. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll. Rob* Boiling, 
Coll. Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob' Munford, Cap* Richard Kennon, 
Cap* Buller Herbert, Mr. Richard Herbert, Mr. Wm. poythris, 
Mr. George Willson, Mr. Instance Hall. 

In obedience to an act of assembly for the better Improveing 
the Staple of tob*" it is ord'red that the parrish be Devided into 
precints for Counting tob* plants as followeth Viz* the South Side 
to begin at the parrish ferry thence along the moncosneck Road to 
Stoney Creek bridge thence up the S** Creek to the Upper Not- 
toway Road thence along the S* Road to Nottoway River the 
Extent of the parrish all above y* S"* bound James pittillo and 
henry Wyatt are appointed and ord'red Counter for y* precinct: 
and John Mayes and David Werren for the lower precinct: the 
North Side of the S* parrish Allexande White and Wm. Cham- 
bers are appointed Counters of tob*' plants. 

It is likewise ord'red that John Grace be acquitted from pay- 
ing parrish leavy. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristoll Parrish — ss: At a Vestry Call'd at y* ferry Chappie 
feb' y* 1 6th, 172J. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll Rob* Boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Maj' Rob* Munford, Mr. Wm. poythris. Cap* 
Buller Herbert, Cap* James Munford. 

Upon The Motion of Daniel Jackson That John Pucket is 
Run away and left one of his Children With him By name Eliz' 
pucket prayes that the S* Child Be bound to him and his heirs as 
the law directs Tis Granted. 

It is Likewyse ordred that agnis waller Smithis Bastard Child 



42 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

of Charity Smithis Be Bound to Wm. Gates and his wife Susan 
as the law Directs. 

It is Further ordred that John Gilliam orphan of John Gilliam 
Decs* Be Bound to Joseph Grainger and his heirs as the Law 
Directs. 

Test John Maves Clerk Vestry. 

Bristoll Parrish — ss: at A Vestry Held at y** Ferry Chappie 
June 8th, 1729. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Minister, Coll Robert Boiling, 
Coll Wm. Kennon, Coll Robert Munford, Mr. Richard herbert. 
Cap' Buller herbert, Mr. Instance hall, Cap* James Munford, Mr. 
George Willson, Mr. Wm. Poythris, Church Warthens. 

Jacob Buder Being in the Parrish afflicted with Soares and 
sickness So that he is not able to Support himself in this his Ne- 
cessity the Church Warthens are hereby ordred to agree With 
Doct' James Thompson for his Cure on the Best terms They Can 
and to Bring in his ace"* at the laying the nex p'ish leavy. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(30) Bristoll Parrish— ss: at A Vestry held at the ferry Chap- 
pie Jully 24th, 1727, for procssioning. 

Present. M' George Robertson Minister, Coll Robert Boil- 
ing, Maj^ William Kennon, Maj^ Robert Munford, Mr. George 
Willson, Cap* Buller herbert, Mr. George Archer, Mr. Wm. 
Poythris. 

By Vertue of an order of Prince George County Court Dated 
July nth 1727 for processioning Every Perticuler persons land 
in their parrish in obedience to the S"* order the S** parrish is 
Devided into precincts for Processioning and Returns made 
as followeth Viz* the bounds of John liewes and henry tatam 
Processioned the persons concern' d Being present. The Bounds 
of Daniel Sturdifant and Instance hall Processioned Except a 
line Between Batty and henry Willson the S* Batty Re- 

fiiseing to procession, the lines Between Maj^ Jno. Boiling and 
Wm. Batt & Coll. Boiling and Charles hudson, Wm. More and 
Charles hudson: Wm. More and Jno. Sturdifant Wm. Batt and 
Rob' Poythris: Duglas Irby and Rob* poythris y* parties Con- 
cerned not appearing: a line Between Wm. poythris and Wm. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 43 

Crawley Not Processioned y* S** Crawley Not appearing. The 
Bounds of Tho. hardiway and abraham alley no Return. The 
Bound of Wm. Parsons and Jno. Mayes processioned the Parties 
Concerned Being present. The Bound of peter Jones and Abra- 
ham Jones Processioned Except a line Between Coll. Boiling and 
Jno. Wall they not appearing in presence of James Munford, 
Rich** Jones, Peter Jones: Wm. Jones and henry Baley. the 
Bounds of Nicholas Overberry and Richard Smith Processioned 
the parties Concerned Being Present. The Bound of Matthew 
Mayes and Bath* Crowder processioned Except the land of Jo- 
seph Woodlif he not appearing the parties Concerned Being 
Present. The Bounds of Jno. Ellington & Wm. Spain Proces- 
sioned the parties Concerned Being Present. The Bounds of Rob- 
-ert Tucker and Jno. Tally Processioned the parties Concerned 
Being present, the Bounds of Tho. hobby and Wm. Coalman 
Processioned the parties Concern' d Being present. The Bounds 
of James Baugh and hug lee no return. The Bounds of Jno. led- 
better and Samuell lee processioned the parties Concerned 
Being present Except Thomas adison: Jno. Chamnis: Jno. 
■Golikely hugh golikely Jno. Mitchell Rich** flewelling. The 
Bounds of Wm. Epes and Richard Curlile No Return. The 
Bound of Richard Raines and Jno. hill No Return. The Bounds 
■of George Tillman and Wm. Butler No Return. The Bound of 
James W*" and George Williams Processioned the parties Con- 
cerned Being present Except Ralf Jackson and Gabrill harrison 
they not appearing. The Bounds of Nicholas Vaughan and 
James hudson no Return. The Bounds of George Smith and 
Charles W"" no Return. The Bounds of George Stell and 
James Gregg No Return. The Bounds of Matthew ander- 
son and francis Coalman Processioned the parties Concerned 
Being present. The Bounds of Cap' Jno. Evans and Joseph 
Tucker No Return. The Bounds of Cap. Drury Stith and Mr. 
David Williams No Return. The Bounds of Mr. David Walker 
and Sam* harwell Processioned Except John Raybors and Charles 
Rabors. The Bounds of Wm. Davis and Th® Jones processioned 
the parties Concerned Being present. 

and further it is ordered By Vertue of an order of henrico 
County Court Baring Date 3d July 1727 for processioning lands 
on the North Side the p' ish and in obedience to y^ S* order the 



44 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

persons appointed Make Return as foUoweth Viz' The Bounds 
of peter Baugh and Benj' locket no Return. The Bounds of 
Jn" pride and henry Walthall processioned the parties Concerned 
Being all present. The Bounds of Webster Gill and henry Vo- 
din processioned Except a line Betwen Wm. poythris and James 
Thomson: & Wm. poythris and Ja" franklin: James Thomson 
and Maj' Kannon: Eliz* Randolph and Rich** Willson Maj' Ken- 
non and tho"* totty they not appearing. 

(31) Returns Made for Processioning land on the North Side 
Bristoll Parrish for the year 1727. 

The Bounds of peter Baugh and Benj* locket no Return. 

The Bound of John Pride and henry Wallthall processioned 
the parties Concern'* Being all Presint. The Bound of Webster 
Gill and henry Vodin procss** Excep a line Between Wm. Poy- 
thris and James Thompson and Wm. poythris aand Jas: frank- 
lin: and a line Between Maj' Kennon and Jas: Thompson a line 
Between Eliz* Randolpt and Rich* Willson a line Between Maj' 
Kennon and Th""" Totty They Not Giveing their attendance 
When such Processioning Was to have Been perfourmd. The 
Bound of peter Rowlet and Wm. Worsham Processioned the 
parties Concerned Being all Present. The Bound of Jn* Beavil 
and henry Royall No Return. The Bound of Th* Bott and 
Godfrie fowler No Return Made. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristoll Parrish — ss: at a Vestry Held at the ferry Chappell 
June 14th 1729 for Counting tob* plants. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll Robert Boil- 
ing, Coll Wm. Kennon, Coll Robert Munford, Mr. George Will- 
son, Cap* Buller herbert, Mr. Richard herbert, Cap* James 
Munford, Cap' Richard Kennon, Mr. Instance Hall. 

It is ordred that the Parrish Be Devided into precincts for 
Counting Tob" plants as followeth Viz*: The South Side to Begin 
at the Liv* Run thence up the S** Run to moncosneck Road 
thence along the S* Road to stonie Creek thence up the S** Creek 
to the upper nottoway Road thence along the S* Road to y'' Ex- 
tent of the parrish all above the S'* Bounds James pittillo and 
John Butler are appointed Counters for that precinct and all Be- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



45 



low the S* Bound John Mayes and Miles Thweat are to Count 
To the Extent of the parrish — and allexander White White and 
Wm. Chambers are to Count all on the North Side with in the 
parrish and to Make Return as the Law directs. 

It is further ordred that two Mulotto Children By name peter 
& torn Be Bound to Henry Royall as the law Directs. 

It is ordred that Liewellin Sturdifant Be Exempted from pay- 
ing parrish leavy. 

It is further ordred that the Church Warthens agree With 
Doct' thompson for the Cure of Jacob Buder and to Bring in 
their accm* at the laying the hex parrish leavy. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(32) Bristol! P'ish — ss: at a Vestry held at the ferry Chappie 
august 3d 1729. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll. Rob' Boiling, 
Maj' Wfn. Kennon, Coll Rob' Munford, Cap' Rich** Kennon, Mr. 
Instance hall, Mr. George Willson, Cap Jas. Munford. 

Upon the petition of Eliz* Glidewell that She is a poor Widow 
and Not able to Take Care of her Children Desires that her son 
Rob' Glidewell Be Bound to Th** Clemmon as the law Directs tis 
-Granted. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol Parrish — ss: At A Vestry Held at y* Ferry Chappie Oc- 
tob' 15th 1729 for laying y* Parrish Levy Viz': 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Col* Rob' Boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Col° Rob' Munford, Cap' Rich'* Kennon, 
Cap' Wm. Poythris, Mr. Th** Bott, Mr. Ins. Hall, Mr. George 
Willson. 

1729. Mr. Theop* Field took y*" oath of allegiance &c: & the 
oath of a Vestryman. 



To Mr. Robertson Minisi 


ter, 


20,000 1,600 


To Mr. Th* Bott, . 




2,000 160 


To Nath' Parrot, . 




2,150 172 


To Henry Tatam, 




1,900 152 


To Eliz' Kennon, . 




2,500 200 


To Mary Dison, 




300 24 


To Jn* Mayes, 




400 32 



46 



BRISTOL PARISH V'ESTRY BOOK. 



To Th* Fowler 

To Wm. Traylor ^' ferry, 
To francis Brasie for plan tine. 
To Eliz* Dodson, .... 
To Mr. James Thompson, 

ToMicaelHUl 

To Xp' Martin '^' Mrs. Thompson, 

To Col* Rob* Munford, . 

To Mr. George Willson, 

To Cap' Wm. Poythris fo Inconvenient 

To Ditto for Insolvants, 

To Ditto for Bread and Wine, 

To Jn" Walker 

To Jn* Bethel, .... 
To Cath' arthur 

Cask, 

salry at lo '^ Ct, . 



tob* 



f^^ Credit. 
By 1,641 tith' at 29 ^' Pole is 
Due to y* Collectors, 



I,OC» 


80 


630 


50 


1,000 


80 


600 


48 


1,260 


100 


1,000 


80 


400 


32 


712 




231 




2.233 




680 




350 


28 


600 


48 


600 


48 


400 


32 



40,946 2,966 

2,966 



43.912 
4.094 

48,006 



47.589 
417 

48,006 



It is ordred that y* Collectors Collect and Receive from Every 
Tithable person 29 pound of tob** for their Parrish leavy for this 
Present year in Case of Refusal or nonpayment to Leavy the 
same by Distress. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(33) Mr. Peter Jones Jn' took y*' oath of allegiance &c and 
the oath of a Vestryman and their upon is admitted a Vestry- 
man. 

Cap' Wm. Poythris and Mr. George Willson is appointed 
Church-warthens and Collec" for y^ Ensuing year. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



47 



Upon the Petition of Sam' Harwell Jun' it is ordered that Betty 
and Jn" Mullattoes Be Bound to him By y* Churchwarthens ac- 
cordmg to Law. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

1729 North side Bristol Parrish Dr. 

To Mr. Robertson Minister, 

To Mary Dison, 

To Th* Fowler, 

To Wm. Tray lor, . 

To Doct*^ Thompson, 

To Xp' Martin, 

To George Willson, 

To Mr. Th*» Bott, . 



5,000 


400 


300 


24 


1,000 


80 


630 


50 


1,260 


100 


400 


32 


231 




541 


44 



Sair, 
Cask, 



9.362 
936 
730 

11,028 



730 



^' Contra Credit. 



By 377 tithables at 29 ^' pole is 
Due to y® Collector, 



10,933 '"'tob* 
95 



11,028 



It is ord'red By the Vestry and Mr. George Willson is here 
By Impowered to Collect Receive and Recover of the above 377 
tithables 29 pounds of tob*" ^' pole By Distraint or otherwise and 
to Make Good payment as above Rendring acc°" to the Vestry 
and no Errours. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



1729 South Side Bristol Parrish Dr. 




To Mr. George Robertson, .... 15,000 


1,200 


To Mr. Bott, 1.459 


116 


To Nath' Parrot, 2,150 


172 


To Henry Tatam, 1,900 


152 


To Mrs. Eliz* Kennon, 2,500 


200 



48 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Jn" Mayes, 

To francis Brasie, . 

To EHz' Dodson, . 

To Coll. Munford, 

To Cap* Wm. poythris, 

ToD^ . 

ToD^ . 

To K Walker, 

To Jn. Bethel, 

To Cath' arthur, 

ToMicaelHill, 



Sal, 
Cask, 



400 


32 


I.OOO 


80 


600 


48 


712 




2,233 




680 




350 


28 


600 


48 


600 


48 


400 


32 


1,000 


80 



^' Contra Credit. 



By 1,264 tithables at 29 ^' pole is, 
Due to y* Collector, 



31*584 
3.158 
2,236 

36.978 



36,656 
322 

36,978 



2,236 



It is ordered By the Vestry and Cap* Wm. Poythris is hereby 
Impow'red to Collect Receive and Recover of the above 1,264 
tithables 29 pound of tob** ^' pole By Distraint or otherwise and 
to Make Good Payment as above Rend' ring accm* to the Vestry 
and no Errours. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestr>'. 

(34) Bristol Parrish — ss: At A Vestry Held at The ferry Chap- 
pie Decern •" 26th 1729. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll" Robert Boi- 
ling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Coll** Robert Munford, Cap' Richard 
Kennon, Cap' Wm. Poythris, Mr. George Willson, Mr. Instance 
Hall, Cap* Jam' Munford, Mr. Peter Jones. 

John Obanck is appointed Clerk of the ferry Chappie for 
which He is to be Paid Sixteen Hundred pounds of tobacco an- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 49 

ually. Samuel Pitchford is appointed Ci^rk of the Church for 
which he is to Be payd Sixtee hundred pounds of tobacco an- 
ually. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol Parrish — ss: At A Vestry Held at the ferry Chappie Jan' 

I2th I72/?r. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll* Rob' Boiling, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, ColP Rob* Munford, Cap' Rich* Kennon, 
Mr. The** field, Mr. George Willson. 

It is ordred that an addition of twenty foot be Built to the 
East End of the two outward Chappies With Doubles Pews &c: 

Henry Baley agrees to Make the addition to Sapponey Chap- 
pel and to finish The Same by the 25th day december next 
for which he is to be payd Seventy pounds in tob** at the price 
the Standing london Stores then Give and Coll Rob* Munford is 
desired and appointed to take Bond for the trew performance of 
the S* work. 

Maj' Wm. Kennon Likewise agrees to make the addition to 
the Chappie at Nemussens and to finish the Same by the 25th 
day »>f december next for which He is to be payd Seventy pound 
in tob° at the price the Standing London Stores then Give and 
CoU* Rob* Munford is desired and appointed to take Bond for 
the trew performance of the S** work. 

it is ordered that Paul seers Be acquitted from paying parrish 
Leavy. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(35) Bristol Parrish — ss: at A Vestry Held at y" ferry Chappie 
June 7th 1730. 

present Mr. George Robertson minister, Coll*' Rob* Munford, 
Maj' Wm. Kennon, Cap^ Wm. Poythris, Cap* Richard Kennon, 
Mr. George Willson. 

Upon the Petition of Eliz' Ellis that She Haveine an Indian 
Slave afflicted with Sickness and not able to labour it is ordred 
y* he be Exemted from paying parrish Leavy. 

Sam* more is also acquitted from paying parrish Leavy. Rich** 
Cook is likewise acquitted from paying parrish Leavy. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



50 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Bristoll Parriss — ss: at A Vestry Held at the Ferry Chappie July 
9th 1730. 

Present'. Mr. George Robertson minister, Coll* Rob* Mun- 
ford, Maj' Wni. Kennon, Cap' Wm. Poythris, Cap' Rich** Ken- 
non, Mr. George Willson. 

Upon the Petition of Thompson Staple that He Being aged 
and a Cripple it is ordred That he Be acquitted from paying Par- 
rish Leavy. 

It is Likewise ordred that a Mulatto Child By name Ned Born 
In the y* house of Godfrey Rags Dail Be Bound to Him and His 
Heirs as the Law Directs. 

Upon the petition of Nathaniel Parrott that the House he now 
Lives in neer Sapponey Chappel Standing in an Inconvenient 
part it is agree* d on By the Vestry that the S^ house Be Removed 
to Sum more Convenient place for the good of the parrish. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol Parrish — ss: At a Vestry Call'd at the Ferry Chappel 

febr 14th 1730. To make Choice of a Clerk at the nemus- 

sens Chappel. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson minister, Coll** Robert Boiling, 

Maj* Wm. Kennon, ColP Robert Munford, Cap* James Munford, 

Mr. Thofilus Field, Cap* Richard Kennon, Mr. Peter Jones, 

Mr. George Willson. 

Mr. George Robertson minister is ordred and appointed to 
Make Choice of a Clerk for the S** Nemussens Chappel in the 
Sted of Mr. Thomas Bott Decs'* who makes Choice of Mr. 
Thomas Spain and the S** Spain is ordred and Impowered to be 
Clerk of the nemussens Chappie and to Resceive of the parrish 
1,600 pound of Tob*^* anually. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(36) Bristol P*ish — ss: at a Vestry held at the ferry Chappie 
Octber 15th 1730. For laying the Parrish Leavy. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson minister, ColP Robert Boil- 
ing, Maj^Wm. Kennon, Coll" Robert Munford, Mr. George Will- 
son, Cap* Wm. poythris, Cap* Richard Kennon, Cap' James 
Munford, Mr. Peter Jones. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



51 



To Mr. George Robertson minister, 
To Mr. Thomas Bott for Clerk, 
To Nathaniel Parrott for Clerk, 
To John Wobank for Clerk, . 
To Samuel Pitchford for Clerk, 
To Eliz* Kennon for y" ferry, 
To Mary Dison for Cleening y* Church, 
To John Mayes for Clerk to y* vestry, 
To William Traylor for the ferry, . 
To Ditto for 3 setts of hors Blocks, 
To Eliz* Dodson for Cleening y* Church, 
To John Crowder for Keeping Eagintbn, 
To James Hudson for Keeping plantine, 
To Mr. Brasie for Cloathing plantine, 
To Matthew Tolbert for Reeding, . 
To John Liewess for Reeding, 
To John Mayes for Buriing Jn*' Johnson, 
To Jn" Powell for Cleening y* Church yard, 
To Coll. Boiling for nessisaries to King, 
To Jn° Walker for Charity, . 
To Maj' William Kennon for the Chapil, 
To Henry Baley the same. 
To Sam^ Burch for Charity, . 
To Mr. George Willson for Insolvants ) 
To Ditto for Bread and Wine j 

To Cap' William Poythris for Insolvants, 
To Ditto makeing tob" Convenient with Bread 
and Wine, 



Sail, 
Cask, 



By 1709 Tithables at 47 f>.' pole is, 
Due to the Collectors, . 



20,000 


1,600 


2,000 


160 


2,000 


160 


1,600 


128 


1,600 


128 


2,500 


200 


300 


24 


400 


32 


630 


52 


100 


8 


600 


48 


1,000 


80 


1,000 


80 


300 


24 


150 


12 


100 


8 


300 


24 


200 


16 


695 


56 


600 


48 


14,000 


1,120 


14,000 


1,120 


600 


48 



769 
1,140 



14 



2,022 162 



68,606 5,352 
6,860 
5,352 



80,818 
80,323 

495 



80,818 



52 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Upon the Petition of the Remote Inhabitance of this Parrish 
for a Chaplil to Be Built Between Smacks and Knibs Creek it is 
Thought Necessary that a Chapil Be Built of the following De- 
motions Viz* fourty foot long twenty foot wide By the Directions 
of Coll. Rob* Boiling Maj' William Kennon Cap' Ja' Munford & 
Mr. George Willson Who are Impowered and Desired By this 
Vestry to agree with Workmen to Do the same on the Best 
terms They Can and to appoint the place Where it Shall Be Satt. 

Cap* James Munford and Mr. George Willson is ord'red and 
appointed Church Warthens and Collectors for the Insuing year. 



Test 



Jno. Mayes Clerk Vest'. 



(37) 



1730 North Side Bristol parrish Dr. 



To Mr. Robertson, 
To Mr. Bott, 
To Mrs. Kennon, . 
To Mary Dison, 
To Sam* pitchford. 
To Wm. Traylor, . 
To George Willson, 
To Maj' Kennon, . 
Sail, 
Cask, 



Cr. 



<^ 371 tithables at 47 ^ pole is, 
Due to y'' Collector, 



4.350 


348 


600 


48 


2,500 


200 


300 


24 


1,600 . 


128 


730 


60 


769 


64 


4,000 


320 


1,448 




1,142 





17,475 

I7»437 
38 

17,475 



1730 South Side Bristol Parrish Dr. 



To Mr. Robertson, 
To Mr. Th^' Bott, . 
To Nath' Parrott, . 
To John Wobank, 
To John Mayes, 
To Eliz* Dodson, . 



15,650 


1,252 


1,400 


112 


,2,000 


160 


1,600 


128 


700 


56 


600 


48 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



53 



To John Browder, 
To James Hudson, 
To Francis Bracie, 
To Ma* Tolbert. 
To John Lewis, 
To John Powell, 
To Coll** Boiling, 
To John Walker, 
To Maj' Kennon, 
To Hen* Baly, 
To Coll" Boiling, 
To Cap* Poythris, 



Sail: 
Cask, 



Cr. 

^1,338 tithables at 47 f> Pole is, 
Due to the Collector, 



1,000 


80 


1,000 


80 


300 


24 


150 


12 


100 


8 


200 


16 


695 


56 


600 


48 


10,000 


800 


14,000 


1,120 


600 


48 


3»i62 


162 



53,757 4,210 
5.376 

4,210 



63»343 

62,886 
00,457 

63.343 



It is ordered By the Vestry and Cap' James Munford is Hereby 
Impowered to Collect Receive and Recover of the above 1,338 
Tithables 47 pounds of tob° ^ Pole By Distraint or otherwise 
and to make good Payment as above Rendering account to y** 
Vestry and no arreers. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristol P*ish — ss: Aat a vestry held at the fery Chappie May 
30th, 1731. 

pr'sent. Coll** Rob* Boiling, Maj^ Wm. Kennon, Coll*' Rob* 
Munford, Cap* Rich"* Kennon, Cap* Wm. poythris, Mr. George 
Willson, Cap* James Munford, Mr. peter Jones. 

Upon the petition of Richard Cook Fi1aVi'eib"MprryitKlon & 
Lenord Dison That They Bfeingantienfand n6t able to* labour 
it is ordred By the Vestry y* They be acquitted frcon i5ayi2ig par- 
rish Leavy. Jn° Kemp Bein*y afflicted 'with Lopg'si'cfcn^^:a*rid not 



54 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

able to helpe himself It is ordred By the Vestry that the Church 
Warthens take Care and provide for the S** Jn" Kemp and to 
bring in their accm* at the laying the next parrish Leavy. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(38) Bristol p'ish — ss: Aat a Vestry Held at the ferry Chappie 
august 3d 1 731. For appointing Processioners of land. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll' Rob' Mun- 
ford, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Mr. The" Field, Cap' Rich* Kennon, 
Cap* Wm. poythris, Mr. George Willson, Cap' James Munford, 
Coll** Rob' Boiling, Mr. peter Jones. 

By Vertue of an order of Henrico County Court Dated 
in obedience to the Said order to procession lands on the north 
Side Bristol p'ish to Be divided into precincts is as followeth viz'. 

It is ordred That Henry Batt and peter Baugh procession from 
puckets Run to the lower End of the parrish: Richard Walthal 
& Jn' pride procession Between puckets Run and Swift Creek : 
George Willson Jn*^ & Wm. Worsham procession Between Swift 
Creek oald town Creek & youls Branch Robert Beavil & Henry 
Royall procession Between oald town Creek & appomatox River 
as hig up as Mr. Botts: Thomas Bott & Godfrey Fowler procssion 
from Mr. Botts: to y** Extent of the parrish Between the River 
and the Road. Henry Vodin & Webster Gill procssion from 
youls Branch to y* Extent of the parrish on the North Side of 
the Road. 

and Further it is ordred By Vertue of an order of prince 
George County Court Bareing Date and in obedience to 

the S* order to procssion lands on y^ South Side Bristol p' ish to 
Be Devided into precincts is as followeth Viz': 

It is ordred that Jn" Liewess & James Sturdivant procession 
from pudledock Run to the Lower End of the p'ish Between the 
River & madam boilings Road: Sam' Jordain & Wm. Batt Pro- 
cession from puddle Dock Run to the nottoway Road as far out 
as Blackwater. Thomas Hardiway & abr* alle procssion from 
nottoway Road up as far as moncosneck Road. William Par- 
sons 3^ Jri<5° Mayes processicn from puddle dock to Leu' Run 
ween tfie Ri>Jer A the Great Swamji & moncosneck Road. 

Petdfc J:oav^^ 8c ahr* Jones procession from Leut° Run to the 
IndiaJitovri)- kjUp Including Rohowick. Nicolas overberry & 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 55 

Rich'* Smith from the Indiantown Run to Wallaces Creek Mat- 
thew Mayes & Bath* Crowder procssion from Wallisses Creek to 
mohiponock out to hatchers Run. Jn* Ellington & Wm. spain 
procssion from mohiponock to nemussens out as far as Boilings 
lower line. Robert Tucker & Jn** Tally procession from nemus- 
sens up the River and winticomack. Walthur Childes & Robert 
Tucker Jn' from winticomake up the River to Deep Creek so up 
Deep Creek to the sweathouse so -up the south side the sweat 
house and winticomake to y* Extent. William Green and abr* 
Green procession from the mouth of the sweat hous up the 
north side the sweathouse and the south side the main Deep 
Creek to the Extent, ord' y* Henry anderson & Richard 
Booker procssion from deep Creek up to Bever pond Creek and 
flatt Creek. Abr* Burton & Jn** fergrasson up the River & flat 
Creek to y* Extent, ordred y' Jonathan Mote & Wm. Mershal 
procssion from Beaver p>ond Cf eek up the north side Deep Creek 
Includeing the Branchis: Ordred That James Baugh and andrew 
Beck Procession Between Blackwater Swamp & Second Swamp 
from y* p'ish Line to y'* moncosneck Road. Ordred Thomas & 
Sam* Lee procession Between Second Swamp and Warwick 
Swamp from y" parrish Line To y' moncosneck Road. Ordred 
y* William Epes & Richard Carlile procession y" land Below 
Jones holes Road Between The parrish line and Warwick Swamp: 
Ordred y* Richard Raines & John hill procession from Warwick 
Swamp to y*" p'ish: Line: Between Jones hole Road and Rhowanty 
Road. Ordred y* Wm. & James Butler procession from mon- 
cosneck Bridge to Rowanty Bridge Between moncosneck Road 
& Rowanty Road. Ordred that George Smith & George tilman s' 
procession from moncosneck Crek to Stonie Creek Between 
the moncosneck Road and y' parrish Line. Ordred y* Joseph 
Tucker & William Jones procession from stonie Creek to sap- 
ponie Creek Between the parrish Line and y" Chappie Road. 
(39) Ordred y* Israil Robertson & David Williams Procession 
from Sapponey Creek To nottoway River Between the County 
Line and y* Road that Leeds to y' Cut banks from the Chappie. 
Ordred that Williams Jones & Robert Williams procession from 
the Cutt Bank Road up Nottoway River to the Great Creek. 
Ordred y' Thomas Jones & John Jones procession from y*" mouth 
of the Great Creek up Nottoway River to y* Extent of y** par- 



56 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. . 

rish. Ordred that George Williams & William Vaughan pro- 
cession from y' Moncosneck Road up y* North Side moncosneck 
& hatchers Runs to the Whiteoak Road & as far in as Rohowick. 
Ordred that John Smith & Robert Winn procession from Mon- 
cosneck to Stoney Creek Between the Moncosneck Road and y** 
Chappie Road. Ordred that Henry Thweat & francis Bracy 
procession from y* Chappie Road to y* Butterwod Road Between 
hatchers Run & Stoney Creek. Ordred y* John Coalman ^ pro- 
cession from ^ & Thomas nunally Between y* Chappie Road & 
Butterwood Road from Stoney Creek to y'' Extent. Ordred y* 
Edward Mitchel & James Thweat procession Between y* Butter- 
Wood & Whiteoak To the Extent. Ordred that George Stel & 
Roger More procssion from the Butterwood Road up the North 
Side Whiteoak to y* Extent as far in as nemussens and hed of 
Whipponock. 

Ord'red that arthur Macklain Continue at Doct' Jo" Thomp- 
sons and he to Be allowed 1,200 pounds of tobc*' ^ annum: for 
his accomendation & takeing Care of his soare Legg. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestr/. 

Returns of Processioning for the year 1731. 
Abraham Jones S' & J' Processioned all the Lands in their 
Precinct but Coll** Rob^ Boilings Rohowich land & Henry Balys. 
Tho" & Sam' Lee processioned all the lands in their Precinct. 
William Jones & Robert Williams the same. Walter Chiles & 
George Tucker the same. George Williams & Wm. Vaughan 
the same. Tho' & Jn*' Jones the same. Will" & Abraham 
Green Processioned all the land the could find some people foil- 
ing to meet them. Rich* Raines & Jn* Hill Processioned all the 
lands in their Precinct. Wm. Epes & Rich** Carlile the same. 
Geo. Tilman & Geo. Smith the same. Abra. Burton & Jn** Fer- 
guson the same. Robert Tucker & Jn* Tally the same. Ed- 
ward Mitchell & Ja* Thweat the same. Hen' Thweat & Fra* 
Bracey the same. James Baugh & Andrew Beck Processioned 
the Land in there Pres* save the Line of Moses Beck Edw* 
Statten, Jn"" Poythress Abra. Jones, Rich** Bland, Sam Jordan, 
Jn* Curiton, Tho" Grigory, Dav* Crawly, Jn** Butler, Bath'* 
Crouder, Abra. Ally, Jn" Fitzgerrall & Rob* Poythress none at- 
tending but Jn** Buder. Joseph Tucker & Will. Jones Proces- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



57 



sioned all the lands in there prec'. John EUngton & Will Spain 
the same. Jn* Smith & Rob' Wynn the same. Geo. Stell & 
Roger Moor the same. (40) Sam* Jordan & Wm. Batt Proces- 
sioned all the lands in there Precinct. David Williams & Israel 
Robertson processioned all Except Rich** Blands and Will" Stark 
they not attending. Nich"" Overby S' & Rich** Smith Proces- 
sioned all but Tho" Booths w** he refused. Hen' Batt <& Peter 
Baugh Processioned all but Alfex' Marshall with Wm. Legan & Jn* 
Puckett shoemaker w*" Jn* Puckett Turner they refusing. Jn*" 
Pride & Rich* Walthall processioned all the Lands in there Pre- 
cinct the partys all present. Jn" Mayes & Will Parsons Proces- 
sioned all the Lands save a Line between Buller Herbert dec'd 
& Ins* Hall the Adm' of Herbert Refuseing. 

(41) Bristol parrish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple 
October the 21st 1731 for Settling the Parish Levey. 
Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Min', Coll** Rob' Boiling, Mr. 
Peter Jones, Coll** Rob' Munford, Mr. The' Field, Cap' Will"^ 
Poythress, Maj' Wra. Kennon, Cap' Jas. Munford, Mr. Geo. 
Willson, Mr. Ins' Hall, Cap' Rich** Kennon. 



To Mr. Geo. Robertson Min', 

To Tho' Spain C*lk, 

To Nath. Parrott Crk & Cleaning y'' Church, 

To Jn" Woobank Cl'k, .... 

To Sam* Pitchford Cl'k, 

To Mrs. Eliz* Kennon for the Ferry, 

To Mary Dison for Cleaning y* Church, 

To John Mayes CPk y* Vestry, 

To Wm. Trayler for the Ferry, 

To Eliz* Dodson for Cleaning the Church, 

To John Crouder for Egington, 

To Will. Mayes for Plantain, . . . 

To Coll' Boiling for d' 

To Coll' Munford for M^ain &c., . 

To D' for Bethell omitted last year, 

To Jn' High for Farrell, 

To Cap' Munford Last years ball', . 

To D* for Insolvents, .... 





Cask. 


20,000 


800 


1,600 


64 


1,600 


64 


1,600 


. 64 


1,600 


64 


2,500 


100 


300 


12 


400 


16 


630 


25 


600 


24 


1,000 


40 


1,000 


40 


200 


8 


925 


37 


600 


24 


800 


32 


457 




705 





68 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Persons twice listed, 

To lo ^ Ct. on 1,565 & Sundrys, . 

To Tho' Frost for Service, 

To John Tally for Service, 

To Nath. Parrott for Cleaning y' Church 

To D' for a Chest, 

To D* for Cleaning round y* Church, 

To Eliz* Womack for Nursing a Child, . 

To Martha Willson for keep* Jn"* Thackers 

Child 

To Sus* Bly for attending Phillis Thacker, 

To Cap* Poythress for Insolvents, . 

To Geo. Willson for D', ... 

To Doct' Thompson for M'^lain, 

To D' for Kemp & Thacker, . 

To Dan^ Vaughan for Maintainance, 

To Eliz* Bevell for keep* Shorys Child, . 

To Kath' Arther, 

To Nath. Parrott for Bolts & Staples, . 

To Washing the Curplis, 

To a Horse Block, .... 

To Enlarging y^ Churchyard, 

To Dav* Barrett & Wife, . . 

To Cap* Fitzgerrall for Barretts Wife, 

To 4^ Ct. on 50,591 

To Olive Poxon for Jn** Kemp, 

ToKBethell 

To Jn** Walker, 

To Geo. Willson, Last years Ball'. 



1,222 




1,934 


77 


100 


4 


400 


16 


200 ^ 
150 [ 
230 J 




23 




I.CXX) 


40 


800 


32 


100 




145 




223 




700 


28 


2,000 


80 


600 


24 


250 


10 


400 


16 


70 


3 


50) 




50 f 

50 J 


. 6 




1,000 


40 


700 


28 


2,024 




600 


24 


600 


24 


600 


24 


38 





(42) Order' d that John Tally Keep the Ferry at Namosend 
Church. Order' d that the Church Wardens bind out John 
Thacker. Order' d that Two Melettos be bound to Cap* Peter 
Wynn as the Law directs by Name Tom & Will. Order' d that 
Tho* W^illiams Shorey be bound to Sam' Pitchford. ^. Order' d 
that Sarah Bly be bound to John Derby till she be Eighteen 
years of Age or Married and that she be taught to read. Or- 
der' d that Lewis Brian be bound to Tho* Whood as the Law 
Directs aged Twelve years Last July. Order* d that Eliz' Brown 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 59 

be bound to Hen^ Voden as* the Law directs. Order' d that Nep- 
tune Money be bound to James Thompson as the Law directs 
born the i6th of August 1730. Order' d that Will"* Mote be 
Exempted from paying Parish Levey. James Cole the same. 
Ordered that Cap* Charles Fisher, Cap' Will" Stark and Robert 
Bevell be Vestry men. Order' d that a Ferry be keept at the 
Point and that it be attended when the sermon is at the Mother 
Church and that the Min' pass when he hath Occation. Order' d 
that Coll** Rob' Boiling & Mr. George Willson agree with any 
man to attend the same. Order' d that Mathew Talbott be Clerk 
of the Chaple that is to be built at or near Flatt Creek. Order' d 
that a Maletto Child Named Tom be bound to Eliz' Ragsdale as 
the Law directs. 

Test 

Bristoll Parish — ss: Att a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple Feb^ 
6th 1731. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Min', Coir Rob' Munford, Cap' 
Rich** Kennon, Cap' James Munford, Mr. George Willson, Maj' 
Will"- Kennon, Mr. Rob' Bevell. 

Order' d that Will™ Bleik (Alias Pride) be bound to Will" 
Pride supposed to be his Father. Order' d that the Children of 
William Stow dece'd be bound out by the Vestry as the Law 
Directs. Order' d that George Tucker be Prosessioner in the 
Stead of Robert Tucker jun' who is Lame and cannott Officiate 
as prosessioner. 

Test 

Bristoll Parish — ss: Att a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple the 

5th of March 1731. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Min^ Mr. Theophelous Field, 
Coll- Rob' Boiling, Cap' Charles Fisher, Coll" Rob' Munford, 
Mr. Peter Jones, Maj' Will" Kennon, Mr. Robert Bevell. 

Order' d that Mary Blys Child be bound to Peter Gill Bom the 
17th feb-' 1729 Named Joshua Irby. Order'd that Will Lofftis 

be Levey tree. 

Test 



60 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



(43) 1731 South Side Bristoll Parish Dr. 

To Mr. Robertson, 

To Tho' Spain, 

To Nath. Parratt, 

To Jn° Woobank, 

To Mrs. Kennon, 

To Jn* Mayes, 

To Eliz' Dodson, 

To Jn" Crouder ^ Eaginton, 

To Wm. Mayes ^ Plantine, 

To Coll" Boiling ^ d% . 

To Coll* Munford f^ M^-lain, 

To D" ^ Bethell last year, 

To Jn'* High f^ Farrell, . 

To Cap^ Munford last y" ball' 

To d*' f^ Insolvents, 

To d* ^ Persons twice listed, 

To d- "p 10 "If) Ct. on 1,565 & AccV 

To Jn** Tally, 

To Nath. Parratt, . 

To Cap^ Poythress Insolv' 

To Doct' Thompson, 

To Dan' Vaughan, 

To Kath. Arther, . 

To Nath. Parratt, . 

To Dav^ Barratt & Wife, 

To Cap* Fitz Gerrall ^ Barrett, 

To Olive Poxon ^ Kemp, 

To Jn*^ Bethell, 

To Jn" Willson, 



To 4 ^ Ct. on d^ . 
To Sallery 20 ^ Ct. 
To y' Cask, . 

due to y*" Parish, 



16,000 


640 


1,600 


64 


1,600 


64 


1,600 


64 


500 


20 


400 


16 


600 


24 


1,000 


40 


1,000 


40 


200 


8 


925 


37 


600 


24 


800 


32 


457 




705 




1,222 




^934 


77 


400 


16 


580 


23 


H5 




2,000 


80 


600 


24 


400 


16 


220 


9 


1,000 


40 


700 


28 


600 


24 


600 


24 


600 


24- 


38.988 




^575 




7J97 




i»456 





49,816 
296 



50,112 



bristol parish vestry book. 
Cr. 



61 



^y i»392 Pole at 36 ^ pole, . 



50,112 



North Side Bristol Parish Dr. 



To Mr. Robertson, 
To Sam' Pitchford, 
To Mrs. Kennon, . 
To Mary Dison, 
To Tho' Frost; 
To Eliz* Womack, 
To Martha Willson, 
To Eliz' Bly, 
To Doct' Thompson, 
To Geo. Willson, 
To Wm. Trayler, 
To Eliz* Bevell, 
Sallary 14 fi Ct. 
Cask, 
4 ^ Cent, on 10,741, 



By 372 Pole at 34 f> pole, 
•due to y* Collecter, 



Cr. 



4,000 


160 


1,600 


64 


2,000 


80 


300 


12 


TOO 


4 


100 


4 


800 


32 


100 


4 


700 


28 


161 




630 


25 


250 


10 


1.505 




423 




429 





13.098 

12,648 
450 

13.098 



BristoU Parish — ss: Att a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple April 
the 30th 1732. 
Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Min', Cap* Charles Fbher, 
Coll' Rob* Munford, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Mr. Theoph' Field, Mr. 
<ieo. WUlson, Cap* Ja' Munford, Mr. Rob* BeveU. 

Order' d that a Causway be Built from the Ferry Landing to 
the Chanell on the South side. 

Test John Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

<44) At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple June the 25th 1732. 
Present. Mr. George Robertson Min', Cap* Will" Poythress, 



62 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Coll* Robert Munford, Mr. George Willson, Maj' Will" K^nnon, 
Cap' Rich** Kennon, Mr. Theophelous Field, Cap* Charles Fisher. 
Ordered that Godfry Fowler be acquitted from paying Parish 
Levey. Peter Rowlett Jun' the same. John Stroud the same. 
John Davis the same, that William Willson son of Rich** Will- 
son be bound by the Church Wardens as the Law directs. 

Test 

At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple Feb' 6th 1731. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Min', Cap* Rich"* Kennon» 
Coll* Robert Munford, Mr. Geo. Willson, Cap* James Munford, 
Mr. Rob* Bevell, Maj' Wm. Kennon. 

. Ordered that Wm. Bleik als. Pride be bound to Wm. Pride 
supposed to be his Father. Order' d that the Children of Wm. 
Stow dece'd be bound out as y*" Law directs. Ordered that Geo. 
Tucker be Prosetioner in the stead of Rob* Tucker jun^ who is- 
lame & cannot Officiate as processioner. 

(45) 1732 Bristoll parish — ss: At a Vestry held at y* Feny 
Chaple for Settling y* Parish Leavey October 30th 1732. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson Min', Cap* James Munford, 
Coll* Rob* Boiling, Mr. Peter Jones, ColP Rob* Munford, Cap* 
Cha. Fisher. 

To Mr. Geo. Robertson Min^ 

To Tho* Spain Cl'k, .... 

To Nath. Parratt Cl'k & Sexton, . 

Tojn* WoobankCrk, .... 

To Mary Dison ^ Cleaning y* Church, . 

To Wm. Trayler for Cask omited last year. 

To Maj' Kennon for Sam' Pitchford, 

To Ditto for Wid* Womack last year, 

To Ditto for D"* this year. 

To Ditto for Martha Willson, 

To Jn* Crouder ^ Eaginton, 

To Wm. Mayes for Plantine, 

To Abra. Jones ^ Hinson, 

To Jn** Bethell, 

To Jn* Tally for Ferry & Sexton, 



20,000 


80a 


1,600 


64. 


2,000 


8a 


1,600 


64 


300 


i^ 


30 




1,600 


64 


900 


36 


1,000 


40 


1,200 


48 


1,000 


40 


1,000 


40 


300 


12 


600 


24 


1,000 


40 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Dan* Vaughan, 

To Kath. Arther, . 

To David Barrett, . 

To D** for his Wife, 

To Olive Poxon for Kemp,. . 

To Jn** Mayes, 

To Mrs. Kennon ^ Ferry, 

To Cap* Munford ^ Insolvents, 

To Coll^ Munford f) Banks, . 

To Mathew Talbott f. Reading, 

To Marg'ett M*Wire, 

To Jane Sentall Cleaning y® Church, 

To Jos. Patterson last year Levey, 

To Coll" Boiling ^ Plantine, . 

To Tho' Bevell ^ Tinson, 

To Geo. Willson last year ball^ 

To Cap* Boiling for Ferry, 

To Corn* Fox f^ Arnall, 



600 


24 


400 


16 


1,000 


40 


i>ooo 


40 


600 


24 


400 


16 


2,500 


100 


L337 




1,112 


45 


400 


16 


200 


8 


250 


10 


36 




77 


3 


250 


10 


450 


18 


400 


16 


200 


8 



Ord'red that Cap* Wm. Poythress & Geo. Willson be Church- 
wardens y* Ensueing year, that Ruth Mathews be bound to 
Rob* Downing as y* Law directs, that two Mellattos Named 
Patt aged three year Griffen aged Nine Months be bound to 
Phillip Morgan as ye Law directs, that Tho* Whood be Levey 
free, that John Reams be the same, that Mrs. Eliz' Kennon 
Receive Twelve hundred pound of Tobacco for keeping the 
Ferry the Ensueing year. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 



(46) 



1732 South side Bristoll Parrish Dr. 



To Mr. Robertson Min^ 
To Tho' Spain, 
To Nath. Parratt, . 
To Jn^ Woobank, . 
To Jn"* Crouder ^ Eaginton, 
To Wm. Mayes f> Plantin, 
To Ab. Jones ^ Hinson, 
To Jn*' Bethell, 



18,000 


720 


1,600 


64 


2,000 


80 


1,600 


64 


1,000 


40 


1,000 


40 


300 


12 


. 600 


24 



64 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Jn* Tally, . 
To Dan' Vaughan, 
To Kath. Arther, . 
To Dav** Barratt, . 
To D* Wife. . 
To Olive Poxon '^ Kemp, 
To Jn* Mayes, 
To Mrs. Kennon, . 
To Ja' Munford Insolv" 1,337, 
disc* last y" ball' 296, 
To Coll* Munford, . 
To Math. Talbott, . 
To Marg* M^'Wire, 
To James Sentall, . 
To Jos. Patterson last y'. 
To Coll* Boiling ^ plantine. 
To Com' Fox f> Arnall, 

35.316 

.SalK25^Ct 9,524 

Cask, 1,370 

4^ Ct, 1,412 

47,622 
due to y* Parish, 654 



Cr. 



By 1,414 Pole @ 34 ^ pole, 



1,000 


40 


600 


24 


400 


16 


1,000 


40 


1,000 


40 


600 


24 


400 


16 


900 


36 


1,041 




1,112 


45 


400 


16 


200 


8 


250 


10 


36 




77 


3 


200 


8 



48,276 



48,276 



North side Bristoll Parrish Dr 

To Mr. Robertson, 
To Sam* Pitchford, 
To Mrs. Kennon, . 
To Mary Dison, 
To Wm. Trayler, . 
To Eliz' Womack last y'. 
To D* this year, . 
To Martha Willson, 



2,000 


80. 


1,600 


64 


1,600 


64 


300 


12 


30 




900 


36 


1,000 


40 


1,200 


48 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 65 



To Geo. Willson, . 

To Tho' Bevell ^ Tinson, 

To Jn** Boiling, 



Sallary i4f^Ct., 

Cask, 

4 1 Cent, . 



due to y* Parish, 



450 


18 


250 


10 


400 


16 


9.730 




1,666 




388 




389 




12,173 




79 





12,252 



Cr. 
By 377 Pole at 32)^ ^ pole, . . 12,252 



(47) At a Vestry held Feb 6th 1732. 

Present. Mr. Robertson Minister, Mr. George Willson, Coir 
Boiling, Cap« Munford, Mr. Robert Bevell, Cap'° Fisher, Mr. 
Field, Cap*** Poythress, Mr, P' Jones. 

Ordered that Doct' Thompson be p** 425 Tob** for his care and 
Buriall of Arther M'^clain and that the Collector charge the Same 
in his accompt. Ord. that James Sturdivant be p** 30 Tob* for a 
Levy overcharged last year. Ord. that John Barret an Orphan 
Boy be bound to Cap*° James Munford ag the law directs. 

It is agreed by the Vestry that the Chappel order' d for the 
convenience of the upper Inhabitants of this Parish be built on 
or near Mr. Samuel Cobbs land on flat Creek. And that the 
persons appointed by the order of Vestry the 15th day of Oc- 
tober 1730 meet at Nummisseen Chappel on Saturday the 17th 
Instant to agree with workmen for building the Same in Current 
Money and report their proceedings to. the next Vestry. 

Order' d that James Gallimore an orphan be bound to Robert 
Tucker Ju' as the Law directs. Order'd that Ann Gallimore be 
bound to John Bradshaw as the Law directs or married. Order'd 
that Samuel Gallimore be bound to Robert Coleman as the Law 
directs. Order'd that Elisabeth Gallimore be bound to John 
Tucker. Order'd that Elionar Gallimore be bound to David 
Ellington. Order'd that Wm. Gallimore be bound to Cap'° John 



66 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Bevell. Order' d Isham Cleaton be bound to Charles Clay. 
Order' d that Wm. Burgess be bound to Cap'° John Coleman. 
Order' d that Esther Floyd be bound to George Tucker. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held Feb 26 1732. 

present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Coll" Boiling, Cap*"* 
Fisher, Maj' Kennon, Cap"* Kennon, Coir Munford, Cap"* Mun- 
ford, Mr. Jones, Mr. Willson. 

It is Order' d and agreed that a Chappie be built on Mr. Cobbs 
Land near Flat Creek for the conveniency of the upper inhabi- 
tants of this Parish of the Same dementions and workmanship 
with the first Chappie Built at Nummisseen. And it is farther 
agreed between the Vestry and Richard Booker Gent, that the 
said Booker doth undertake to beginn and finish the S* Chappie 
in manner above s'* for the Sum of Ninty four pounds ten Shil- 
lings current money of Virginia which Sum the Vestry agree to 
pay the S** Booker upon finishing the s** work the s** Booker farther 
agrees to Tarr the s** Chappie the value of the Tarr being paid 
by the Vestry. Maj' Wm. Kennon and Mr. George Willson are 
desired by Vestry from time to time to Inspect the workmanship, 
upon the motion of Mr. Richard Booker leave is given him to 
build a Pew for his familys conveniency at his own charge on one 
Side of the communion Table leaving room for the communi- 
cants to kneel between the same and the communion Table. 

Upon the petition of John Bently it is agreed by the vestry 
that he officiate as Sexton for the flat Creek Chappie when fin- 
ished. Ord'red That James Bently be acquitted from paying 
Parish Leavy. 

Test Jno. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(48) BristoU Parish — ss: At a Vestry held at the ferry Chappie 
Novb' 1 2th 1733. 

Pressent. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Mr. Theo. Feild, 
Coll. Robert Boiling, Maj' Wm. Kennon, Coll. Robert Munford, 
Capt° Richard Kennon, Maj' James Munford, Mr. Peter Jones, 
Capt° Charles Fisher. Mr. George Wilson, Capt° Wm. Poythress 
Church Wardens. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



67 



To Mr. George Robertson Mins^ 

To D** for Extrodinary Services Done, 

To Thomas Spain for Clerk Service, 

To Nathaniell Parrott D" & finding Wine, 

To John Woobank D^ . . . 

To Samuell Pitchford D\ 

To Mary Dison for Cleaning y' Church, 

To Jn** Crowder for Eaginton, . 

To Jn** Talley for ferry & Sexton. 

To Jn" Beathell Parishoner, 

To Daniell Vaughan D°, . 

To Jn° Mayes Clerk of y* Vestry, 

To Mrs. Kennon for y*" ferry, . 

To Jane Scentall for Cleaning y*' Church, 

To Richard Muns Parishoner, . 

To Math. Talbot for Reading, . 

To Jn** Evans for Edward Dunn, 

To Charles Anderson for Amy Cross, 

To Maj' Wm. Kennon for keeping Slinson two Months 

& Burying him, 

To Jn" Floyd for keeping Ann Newhouse 6 Months, 
To Eliz. Wamock for keeping a Child D* & Burying 

y* Same, 

To Martha Worsham for keeping a Child one year. 
To Mr. Wm. Batts for Burying Jacob Butler, . 
To Henry Bailey for work Done to Sappony Chappie 
To Rob' Boiling Esq^ for Peter Plantin, . 
To Jn* Darby in full for Jn** Slinson D D., 

Carried to y** Other Side, 

(49) Brought from y* Other Side, 

To Capf* Jn' Boiling. 

To Coll. Rob* Munford, . 

To Mr. George Wilson, 

To Capt° Wm. Poythress for Ball, of Insolv" in 1732 
To Henry Wilson for Glaising y*" Church windows, 
To Francis Epes a tithable twice listed, 



lb' Tobb*. 

16,000 

4,000 

1,600 

2,136 

1,600 

1,600 

300 

1,000 

1,000 

0,600 

600 

400 

1,200 

250 

600 

1,600 

316 

150 

400 
600 

600 

1,200 

200 

218 

174 
200 

39.744 

39>744 
400 

43 

459 

500 

200 

32 



68 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Ordered That 10,000'* of Tobacco be Leveyed To- 
wards Defraying y' Charges of a Chappie Or- 
dered to be Built at Flatt Creek, . . . 10,000 

To Cask & Sallary at 8 f^^ Cent ^,nS 

55.501 



Ordered That Jn" Williams be Levey free being Troubled with 
fitts till he recover[s]. Ordered that Neptune Jackson be bound 
to Wm. Taylor as y* Law Directs. Ordered that Rob' Winfeild 
be parish levy free. Ordered that Cap'" Wm. Poythress be paid 
at y" laying of y' Next Parish Levey ijOOO*** pd* of Tobacco for 
his maintain' g Mary Barrot & Child y® Ensueing Year. Or- 
dered That Mrs. Eliz. Kennon keep & maintain y* ferry The 
Ensueing Year for 1,200 pd" of Tobacco. Ordered That Cap" 
Wm. Poythress & Mr. George wilson Continue Church wardens. 
Ordered That two Children Joseph & Sarah franks be Bound to 
Charles Anderson as the Law Directs. 

Ordered that the Church wardens Employ a fitt person to 
Examine into the Condition of y* Chappie at y* ferry & if they 
find it Capable of being well Repaired That then they Imploy 
workmen to D" y" Same to be paid at y' Laying the Next Levey 
According to y* Just Valuation of y^ Service or if they find it 
Otherwax's that They Make a Report of y' Condition thereof to 
y* Vestr>'. 

Ordered That Nathaniell Parrott is Discontinued as Clerk of 
S;\pponie Chappie and That there be publick Notice given for 
persons to appear at y* ferr\' Chappie To Tr>- for y* Same on 
Monday y" 19th of this Instant. 

Ordered That Capt" Wm. Stark be a Vestr>' Man he haveing 
Takeing the Oath. 

Ordered That Capt" Walker be payd 800 pd* of Tobacco by 
y" Chunrh \\-ardens for keeping a Child Named Jn* Williams & 
that y*" Slid Child be bound to y* Said walker as >-• Law EHrects. 

Orvlered That Mr. Rob'' Whitehall be appointed Clerk of Sap- 
[x^nie Chappie In y^ Stead of Nathaniell pan\>tt & to Receive 
Annuall i»6oo pd* of Tobacco fix)m y* parish for his Said Ser- 
vice. 

Te>t Ino. Maves Clerk Vestrw 



(50) 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Bristoll Parrish — ss: North Side Dr. 



69 



To Mr. Geo' Robertson Minister, 








2,000 


To Samuel Pitchford, 








1,600 


To Mrs. Kennon, 










1,200 


To Mary Dison, 










300 


To Maj' William Kennon, 










400 


To Eliz' Wamack, . 










600 


To Martha Worsham, 










1,200 


To John Derby, 










200 


To Cap* John Boiling, 










400 


To Mr. George Willson, . 










459 


To Cap* Richard Booker, 2,065 


10,424 


To Cask & Sair at 8 ^ C*, 




% 






833 



Cr. 



By 388 tithables at 29 ^ pole is. 
Due to the Collector 5'^ tob^ 



11,257 



11,252 



(51) Bristoll Parrish — ss: At A Vestry Held at the ferry Chappie 
nth March 1733. 

Present. Mr. George Roberson, minister, Robt. Boiling, 
Robert Munford, William Starke, Charles Fisher, Theofilus 
Field, Richard Kennon, William Poythriss, James Munford, 
Peter Jones, Gentlemen Vestrymen. 

Upon The Petition of Wm. Jones that he Being antient & In- 
firm Ordred that He be Exempted from Paying Parish Levy for 
the futer. Ordred that Jn** field be Exempted from Paying Par- 
rish Leavy. Ordred that Sarah plantine be Bound to Thomas 
more as the law directs. Ordred that Wm. puckit be Exempted 
from paying parish levy for y*" futor. Ordred that the Church 
warthens find John Walker with such nessisaries as They shall 
see Convenient for his support and that they bring in their ac- 
count at the laying the next parish leavy. 

Ordred That a new Church be Built of Brick on Wellses Hill 
for the Conveniency of this Parrish Sixty foot long and twenty 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



five foot Wide in The Clear Eighteen foot Pitch with Compass 
Sealing and Compass windows the Isle Eight foot wide Laid with 
Portland stone or Bristol marble Sash Glass Covered first with 
Inch Plank Ciphir'd and a Coat of hart Cipruss or pine Shingles 
^ of an Inch thick at y'' lower End naild on foalding Shuttors 
of windscut for the windows. 

Ordred That advertisement be set up by the Clerk of the 
Vestry For workmen to meet This Vestry at Thomas Hardiways 
on Saturday The fourth Day of May next to agree for the Build- 
ing the S* Church. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

Bristoll Parrish — ss: A a vestry held at The ferry Chappie 20th 
June 1724. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minester, Robert Boiling, 
Robert Munford, William Poythriss, George Willson, Charles 
fisher, Richard Kennon, Gentlemen Vestry men. 

Ordred that the Church Warthins take up twenty three pounds 
five shilling upon Intrest to pay Richard Booker undertaker of 
The Church Built at flatt Creek it Being the Balance Due to him 
for the S"* work. 

Test J NO. Mayes Clerk Vestry. 

(52) Bristol Parish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie 
November nth 1734. 
Present. Robert Boiling, James Munford, Robert Munford, 
Peter Jones, Theo. Field, Richard Kennon, Charles Fisher, Wil- 
liam Stark. William Poythress Church Warden. 



To Mr. George Robertson Minister, 

To Ditto for extraordinary Services, 

To Thomas Spain Clerk att Nemosend Chappie, 

To Robert Whitehall for Ditto att Sapponey, . 

To John Woobank for Ditto att the ferry Chappie, 

To Phillip Prescott for Ditto at the moth' Church, 

To Matthew Talbott for Ditto at flatt Creek, 

To Mary Dison for Cleaning the Church, 

To John Crowder for Eaginton, 

To John Tally for Ferry and Sexton, 

To John Bethell Parishoner, 



16,000 

4,000 

1,600 

1,600 

1,600 

1,600 

1,600 

300 

850 

1,000 

600 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 71 

To John Mayes for Clerk of the Vestry, . . . 400 

To Elizabeth Kennon for keeping the Ferry, . . 1,200 

To Jane Sental for Cleaning the Church, . . 250 

To Richard Munns Parishoner, .... 600 

To Cap* John Boiling for Ferry at y* Point, . 400 

To Elizabeth Cook for y'' care of George Brown, . 300 

To Richard Whitmore, 200 

To Matthew Talbott for services done & a pewt' bas", 221 

To Mr. William Eppes for Services done for y* parish, 75 

To Cap' Charles Fisher for Glass & Lead &c. . . 270 
To Richard Booker for the Ball, due for the building 
the Chappel at Flatt Creek to be sold by the 
Church warden for that purpose and to Acco* with 

y* Vestry for such Sale, 4,000 

To Charles Anderson for being Sexton and other Ser- 
vices done att Sapponey Chappie, . . 300 
To be Leaved towards the Building of a new Church 
pursuant to an Order of Vestry y® nth of March 

1733. 25»ooo 

To John Bentley Sexton for 6 months to this time, . 125 



Carried Over 64,091 



(53) Ordered that Rebecca Chaves be bound to John West as 
y* Law directs; that Benjamin Burges be bound to Wm. Gates as 
y* Law directs; that Elizabeth Hudson Smithes be b6und to 
Richard Tally as y* Law directs; t^at John Epperson be bound 
to Humphrey Price as y" Law directs; that the Church wardens 
employ a Doct' for the cure of George Brown and to agree for 
his maintenance; that the Church Wardens provide a place for 
the Support of John Ingles and Mary Barrett; that the Church 
wardens bind out John Thacker as y* Law directs; that John 
Woobank Cl'k of y* Church & Vestry has 2,000* Tob* annually; 
that Robert Whitehall have for his being Cl'k 1,600' D* D^ 
that Samuel Tatam be Levey free; that John West be y*" Same; 
that Robert West be exempted from paying parish Levey dure- 
ing his Inabillity; that Sarah Chaves be bound to William Mack- 
ewen as y* Law Directs; that Col° Robert Boiling, Cap' William 
Stark and Maj*^ William Poythres agree with workmen for Build- 



72 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

ing a new Church according to the former Order made March y* 
nth 1733; that Maj' William Poythress & Mr. George Willson 
be Church warden[s] the Ensueing Year. 

Test John Woobank Cl'k Vestrey. 

1. Cask. 

(54) Brought Over, . . . • . 64,091 800 

To Maj. William Kennon for keeping Mary 

Haines, 300 

To John Floyd for keeping Ann New House, 600 

To William Worsham for keeping John 

Thacker, 800 

To Mr. George Wilson for Services done to y*" 

Parish, < . . 64 

To Mr. James Vaughan for a Tithable too 

much, 29 

To Maj' William Poythress for keeping Mary 

Barrett and her Lame Child, . . . 1,000 

Cask, 800 

To Sallery for Collecting and paying in Inspec- 
tor's Notes 67,655 @ 4 p Cent. 2,706 



70,390 



Test. John Woobank, Cl'k Vestrey. 

Order'd that a Church be built of Brick on Wellses Hill to be 
60 foot by 25 foot in the Clear and 15 foot to the spring of the 
Arch from the floor which is to be at least 18 Inches above the. 
highest part of the ground 3 Bricks thick to the water Table and 
2^ afterwards to the plate, the roof to be fram'd according to a 
Scheme now before us, the Isle to be 6 foot wide Lay'd with 
white Bristol Stone, galerey at the west end as long as the peer 
will admitt a window in the same as big as the pitch will admitt. 
7 windows in the body of the Church of Suitable dimentions 
glaz'd with sash glass the floors to be well lay'd with good Inch 
& % plank the Pews to be fram'd the fronts rais'd pannil & ^ 
round with a decent pulpit and Type a decent rail and Ballister 
round the altar place aftd a table suitable thereto as usual, the 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



73 



roof to be first cover* d with plank and shingled on that with 
good Cypruss Hart Shingles Cornice Eves large board eves and 
Suitable doors as usual the whole to be done Strong and work- 
man like in the best plain manner to be finished by the last of 
July 1737. Stone Steps to each door Suitable. 

Col** Thomas Ravenscroft has agreed to build the above Church 
for 485;^ Curr*t Money to be paid at three Several payments. 
May y* 4th 1734. 

Test. John Woobank CFk Vestry. 



(55) 1734 South side of Bristol Parish Dr. 



To Mr. Robertson Minist', 






16,000 


To Thomas Spain, 






1,600 


To Robert Whitehall, 








1,600 


To John Woobank, 








1,600 


To Matthew Talbott, 








1,821 


To John Crowder, 








850 


To John Talley, . 








1,000 


To John Bethell, . 








600 


To John Mayse, 








400 


To Jane Sentall, 








250 


To Richard Muns, 








600 


To Elizabeth Cook, 








300 


To Richard Whitmore, 








200 


To William Eppes, 








75 


To Cap' Charles Fisher, 






270 


Ta Maj' William Poythress, 






1,000 


To John Floyd, 






600 


To John Bentley, . 






125 


To Charles Anderson, . 






300 


To Cap* Booker, . 






3.263 


To be Levy*d toward building the new 


Church 


22,058 


To Sallery and Cask @ 8 p C*, 




2,852 


To Ball: due to y® parish. 


L 


436 




57,800 


Cr. 






By 1,700 Pole @ 34* p p( 


5le, 




• 


57,800 



640 



74 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Order' d that Maj' Wm. Poythress Church warthen do receive 
of every Tithable in this Parrish thirty four pounds of Neat Tob** 
in Inspectors Notes for their Parish Levy for this present Year 
and in case of refusal or nonpayment to Levey the same by dis- 
tress and pay the Several Sums to the Creditors for whome the 
Same was proportion' d. 

Test John Woobank Clk: Vest^ 

North side of Bristol Parish Dr. 



To Mr. Robertson Minist', 






4,000 


To Phillip Prescott, 




1,600 


To Mary Dison, .... 




300 


To Elizabeth Kennon, . 






1,200 


To John Boiling:, . 






400 


To William Worsham, . 


' 




800 


To Maj' William Kennon, 






300 


To George Willson, 






64 


To James Vaughan, 






29 


To Cap* Booker, . 






737 


To be Levy'd toward building the New Church, 


2,942 


To Sallery and Cask @ 8 p C, 


. 


654 


To Ball, due to the Parish, . 


L' 


30 




13*056 


Cr. 






By 384 Pole (ai 34^ p Pole, 






13.056 



160 



Order' d that Mr. Geo. Willson Church warden doe receive of 
every Tithable in This Parish Thirty four Pounds of Neatt Tob** 
in Inspectors Notes for their Parish Levey for this present Year; 
and in case of refusal or non payment to Levey the same by dis- 
tress and pay the Severall Sums to the Creditors for whome the 
same was proportioned. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(56) At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chaple the 27th March 1735. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson, Maj' Wm. Poythress, Mr. 

Geo. Willson C. W., Mr. Theo. Field, Col° Robert Boiling, 



/ 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 75 

Cap* Charles Fisher, Co^ Wm. Kennon, Maj' Ja' Munford, Cap' 
Peter Jones. 

Ordered, that Mr Robert Munford be a Vestryman he have- 
ing taken the Oaths as the Law directs; that Mary Hall have 
loo' Tob" p Month for Keeping Wm. West from the 20th of 
Feb'^ Last to y* 30th Ap' then dy'd; that Col* Robert Boiling 
do Support of the Order of the Vestry dated Nov' y* nth 1734. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie May y^ 27th 1735. 

Present. Mr. Geo. Robertson, Maj' Wm. Poythress, Mr. 
Geo. Willson C. W., Col" Rob* Boiling, Mr. Theo. Field, Col" 
William Kennon, Cap* Charles Fisher, Cap' William Stark, Cap* 
Peter Jones, Maj' James Munford, Mr. Robert Munford. 

Ordered that Henry Voden assigne Eliz. Brown an Orphan 
Girl over to Wm. Pirkason. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(57) At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie June 14th 1735. 

Present. Maj' William Poythress Church warden, Col" Rob* 
Boiling, Cap* Charles Fisher, Maj' James Munford, Cap* Peter 
Jones, Mr. Theo. Feild, Mr. Robert Munford. 

Order'd that David Walker and Cap* Fran* Poythress be Ves- 
trymen they haveing taken the Oaths a^ the Law directs. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie August 12th 1735. 

Present. Col* Rob* Boiling, Mr. Theo. Field, Maj' James 
Munford, Maj'Wm. Poythress, Mr. Robert Munford, Cap* Wm. 
Stark, Cap* Fran" Poythress, Cap* Charles Fisher, Cap* David 
Walker. 

Order'd that Cap* John Banister be a Vestryman he haveing 
taken the Oaths as the law directs. 

In Obedience to the Governors order that the Church warden 
do desire the workman to delay going forward with the building 
the Church on Well's Hill till the Governors pleasure is further 
known. 



76 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

that Maj' James Munford is appointed Church warden witb 
Maj' William Poythress. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(58) Bristol Parish— ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie 
Septemb' 15th 1735. 

Present. Maj' Wm. Poythress, Maj' James Munford C. W., 
Col* Robert Boiling, Cap' Fran* Poythress, Cap' Peter Jones, 
Cap' William Stark, Cap' John Banister, Mr. Robert Munford, 
Cap' Charles Fisher. 

Order'd That the Church wardens pay Mr. Richard Booker 
the Sum of Twenty three pounds five Shillings Currant Money 
of Virginia w'** Lawfull Interest thereon from the last payment 
in full for Building a Chappie on flatt Creek. 

That the Church wardens pay John Low Fifty Shillings out of 
the Parish money in their hands for one Acre Land to build a 
Church on Wells's Hill and that the said Low do make and 
Execute deeds for the Same to the use of this Parish upon pay- 
ment of the Sum abovesaid. 

That the Church wardens pay the remaining part of the Parish 
Money in their hands to Col* Thomas Ravenscroft upon his giv- 
ing bond to com pleat the Church upon Wells's Hill pursuant to 
agreem* made May 4th 1735 Between himself and members of 
this Vestr>' appointed for that purpose. 

That Cor Robert Boiling, Cap' William Stark and Maj' Wil- 
liam Poythress from time to time inspect the Building of the^ 
Church on Wells's Hill and to give such directions as is most 
agreeable to the agreement. 

That Mr. George Robertson be admitted Minister of this Par- 
ish and give his Attendance accordingly and his Ferriges at his 
own charge and that he does not insist upon purchaseing a glibe 
untill the Vestry hath discharg'd their presents Ingagements. 

That John Bugg be bound to Instant*e Hall j' as the law directs. 

By Virtue of an Order of Prince George County Court Bare- 
ing date the 12th of August 1735 and In Obedience to the said 
Order do Procession the lands belonging to the aboves* Parish 
and are divided into precincts as folio weth Viz': 

That John Lewis and James Sturdi\-ant Procession firom Pud- 
dle dock run to the lower end of v' Parish Between the River & 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. it 

Madam Boilings Road. (59) Samuel Jordan & William Batte 
Procession from Puddle dock Run to the Nottoway Road as far 
out as Black water. Thomas Hardaway and Abraham Alley 
Procession from Nottoway Road up as far as Monkersneck Road. 
William Parsons and John Mayse Procession from Puddle dock 
to Lieu* Run Between the River and the great Swamp and 
Monkersneck Road. Abraham Jones S' & Abraham Jones j' 
Procession from Lieu* Run to the Indian Town Run Including 
Rohowick. Nicholas Overby and Richard Smith Procession 
from the Indian Town Run to Wallaces Creek. Matthew Mayse 
and Bartho. Crowder Procession from Wallaces Creek Cross to 
the white oak Road down Hatchers Run to the Extent. John 
Ellington and William Spaine Procession from whiponock to 
Namosend out as far as Boilings lower line. James Baugh and 
Andrew Beck Procession Between Blackwater Swamp and Sec- 
ond Swamp from the Parish line to the Monkersneck Road. 
Thomas Lee and Samuel Lee Procession Between Second Swamp 
and Warwick Swamp from the Parish line to the Monkersneck 
Road. William Eppes and Richard Carlile Procession the land 
below Jones Hole Road Between the Parish line and Warwick 
Swamp. Richard Raines and John Hill Procession from war- 
wick Swamp to the Parish line Between Jones hole Road and 
Rowanty Road. William Butler and James Butler Procession 
from Monkersneck Bridge to Rowanty Bridge. George Smith 
-and George Tillman S' Procession from Monkersneck Creek to 
-Stony Creek Between the Monkersneck Road and the Parish 
line. Joseph Tucker S' and William Jones Procession from Stony 
Creek to Sappony Creek Between the Parish line and the Chap- 
pie Road. Israel Robinson and David Williams Procession from 
Sappony Creek to Nottoway River Between the County line and 
the Road that leads to the Cutt Banks from the Chappie. Wm. 
Jones and Edward Colwell Procession from the Cutt Banks Road 
up Nottoway River to the great Creek. Wm. Davis and John 
Jones Procession from the mouth of the great Creek up Notto- 
way River to the extent of the Parish. George Williams and 
William Vaughan Procession from the Monkersneck Road up 
the North side Monkersneck and Hatchers Run to the white Oak 
Road and as far in as Rohowick. Carried Over. 

(60) George Tillman j' and Robert Wynne Procession from 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Monkersneck to Stony Creek Between the Monkersneck Road 
and the Chappie Road. Henry Thweatt & Francis Bracey Pro- 
cession from the Chappie Road to the Butterwood Road Betweeix 
Hatchers Run and Stony Creek. Thomas Nunnally and Jos. 
Pritchett Procession Between the Chappie Road and Butterwood 
Road from Stony Creek to the extent. Edward Mitchell S' and 
James Thweatt Procession Between Butterwood and white Oak. 
George Still and Roger Moore Procession from Butterwood 
Road up the North side white Oak to the extent as far in as 
Namos. and head of Whiponock. Hugh Reese and John West 
Procession Between white Oake and Namos. to the extent of the 
County. John Poythress and John Hill Procession Between 
Butterwood and Nottaway River as low as the head of Beaver 
Pond Creek. 

Test John Woobank CI. Vestry. 

Bristol Parish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie No- 
vember y* loth 1735. 
Present. Mr. George Robertson Minist", Maj' William Poy- 
thress, Maj' James Munford C. W., Cap* William Stark, Cap* 
Peter Jones, Mr. Robert Munford, Cap' Francis Poythress, Cap* 
Charles Fisher, Mr. David Walker. 

To Mr. George Robertson Minister, . . 11,666^ 

To Thomas Spain Clerk Namos**, .... 933 

To Robert Whitehall D° at Sappony, ... 933 

To John Woobank D" at Ferry Chappie, . 933 

To D" for D** Vestry, 233 

To Phillip Prescott D° Moth' Church, ... 933 

To Matthew Talbott D" Flatt Creek, . . . 933 

To Mary Dyson for Cleaning the Church, . . 175 

To John Tally for ferry and Sexton, . ... 583 

To Elizabeth Kennon for keeping the Ferry, . . 700 

To Jane Sentall for Cleaning the Church, ... 145 

To Richard Munns Parishoner, .... 350 

To James Vaughan for ferry at the point, . . . 233 
To Elizabeth Cook for the care of George Brown 5 

Months & Burial, 550 

Carried Over, L" 19,300 



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79 



(6i) Brought over, L" 19,300 

To John Bently for Sexton, 145 

To John Floyd for keeping Ann Newhouse, . 583 

To Wm. Worsham for keeping John Thacker, . 466 
To Maj' Wm. Poythress for keeping Mary Barrett & 

ChUd 583 

To Benjamin Cook 34 

To Samuel Sental j' for Keeping Peter Plantine, . 1*583 

To Mary Hall for Keeping Wm. West and Burial, . 425 

To Henry Wilson for Repairing the Church Windows, 80 

To Charles Couzens for Keeping Eliz. Gill, . . 200 

To James Sturdivant for Keeping John Ingles, . . 500 

To John Cuirton for Keeping Ditto, . . . 200 

To David Williams for Grubing y^ Church yard etc. , 290 

To Mr. George Willson for Insolvants, . . . 359 

To Maj' William Poythress for D*, . . 1.633 

26,381 

To Cask and Sallery («: 8 p C, . . i,537 

L' 27,918 



To Mr. Geo Robertson for one & ^2 months Sallery, 2,000 

To Robert Whitehall Clerk at Sappony, . . . 667 

To John Woobank Ditto Ferry Chappie, . . . 667 

To Ditto Ditto Vestry, .... 167 

To John Floyd for keeping Ann Newhouse, . . 417 

To Maj^ William Poythress for keeping Mary Barrett, 417 

To Samuel Sentall for keeping Plantine, . . . 417 

To David Williams for Sexton, .... no 

To Maj' William Poythress, 135 

To William Parsons for John Ingles, . . 360 

To John Peterson for Ditto, ..... 50 

To Charles Gilliam for Support, .... 400 

To Col*" Robert Boiling, 200 

To be Levy'd toward Building the New Church, . 30,000 

36,007 

To Cask and Sallery @ S p C\ . . . . 1,528 

L' 37*535 
Test, Jno. Woobank Clk Vestry. 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



(62) 1735 Nov' loth. Dr. 

North & South Side of Bristol Parrish for 7 Months. 



To Mr. George Robertson, 

To Thomas Spaine, 

To Robert Whitehall 

To John Woobank, 

To Ditto, 

To Phillip Prescott, 

To Matthew Talbott, 

To Mary Dison, 

To John Tally, 

To Eliz. Kennon, 

To Jane Sentall, 

To Richard Munns, 

To James Vaughan, 

To Elizabeth Cook, 

To John Bentley, 

To John Floyd, 

To William Wocsham, 

To Maj' William Poythress, 

To Benjamin Cook, . 

To Samuel Sentall, . 

To Mary Hall, . 

To Henry Willson, . 

To Charles Couzens, 

To James Sturdivant, 

To John Cuirton, 

To David Williams, 

To Mr. George Willson for Insolvents, 

To Maj' William Poythress for D^ . 



To Cask & Sallery @ 8 p. C\ . 

1735 Nov. loth. Cr. 

By 368 Tyths in Dale Parrish ©1214: p. Pole, 



11,666 
933 
933 
933 
233 
933 
933 
175 
583 
700 

145 
350 
233 
550 
H5 
583 
466 

583 

34 

i>583 

425 

80 

200 

500 

200 

290 

359 
1.633 

26,381 
1.537 

L* 27,918 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



81 



By 588 Tiths in RawHgh Parrish @ 12 14: p. Pole, 
^y i»349 Tiths in Bristol Par. @ 40^ p. Pole, . 



7.203 
54,297 

L' 66,008 



Ordered that Maj' Wm. Poythress and Maj' Ja* Munford 
Church wardens do receive of the Collectors of Dale Parrish 
Four thousand five Hundred and Eight Pounds of N" Tob° in 
Inspectors Notes for their Parrish Levey. 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

Ordered that Maj' Wm. Poythress and Maj' Ja' Munford 
Church wardens do receive of the Collectors of Rawleigh Parr. 
Seven thousand two Hundred and three Pounds of N'* Tob° in 
Inspectors Notes for their Parrish Levey. 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

Bristol Parrish for 5 Months Dr. 
To Mr. George Robertson, 
To Robert Whitehall, 
To John Woobank, . 



To D^ . . . 

To John Floyd, 

To Maj' William Pdythress, 

To Samuel Sentall j'. 

To David W^illiams, 

To Maj' Poythress, . 

To William Parsons, 

To John Peterson, . 

To Charles Gilliam, . 

To CoP Robert Boiling, 

To be Levy'd toward Building the New Church, 

To Cask & Sallery (g 8 p. C\ . 

Brought down, ...... 

Ballance due to y* Parrish, .... 



2,000 
667 
667 
167 
417 
417 
417 
no 

135 
360 

50 

400 

200 

30,000 

36,007 
1,528 

L" 37.535 
27,918 

65»453 

555 

L* 66,008 



82 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Order' d that Maj' Wm. Poythress and Maj' James Munford 
Church wardens do receive of every Tithable in this Parrish 
Forty and a quarter Pounds of N" Tob* in Inspectors Notes for 
their Parrish Levy for this present Year and in case of refusal or 
nonpayment to Levy the Same by distress and pay the Severall 
Sums to the Creditors for whome the Same was proportioned. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(63) Bristol Parrish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie 

Feb' 9th 1735. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj' Wm. Poy- 
thress Church warden, Col* Robert Boiling, Cap* Charles Fisher, 
Cap' William Stark, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Theo. Field, Mr. 
Robert Munford. 

Order' d that James Sturdivant and John Lewis Procession 
from the mouth of Citty Creek to the Head thence down the 
Branch to the great Swamp Bridge down the Swamp to Puddle 
dock Run Includeing all y*' Lands within the said Bounds to the 
River. That John Moore and William Gibbs Procession all 
Below y** Citty Creek to the Parrish line from the River to the 
County Road. That Daniel Jones Procession with Joseph 
Tucker S' in the room of William Jones Dec**. 

That Olive Poxon be exempted from paying Parrish Levey. 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(64) Returns of Processioning for ye Year 1735. 

Abraham Alley & Thomas Hardaway Procession' d on the lands 
in their Precmct. Hugh Reese and John West the Same. Wil- 
liam Jones and Edward Colwell the Same. John Ellington and 
William Spaine the Same. John Poythres and John Hill the 
Same. Richard Raines and John Hill the Same. George Till- 
man j' and Robert Wynne the Same. William Batte and Sam* 
Jordan processioned all the lands in their Precinct except the 
land of Wm. Batte and Wm. Anderson Crawleys land Robert 
Poythress land Wm. Batte & Sam' Jordain lines & the lines of 
Henry Willson and Wm. Parsons not appearing. Matthew 
Mayse and Bartho. Crowder Procession' d all the lands in their 
Precinct except a piece of a line between Cap* Banister & Wm. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 83 

Martin & another line Between Cap^ Banister & John Peterson 
not appearing. William Davis and John Jones Processioned all 
the lands in their Precinct except Thomas Throar Wm. Parram 
Joseph Matthews land they not attending. David Williams and 
Israel Robinson Procession' d all the Lands in their Precinct ex- 
cept Col" Drury Stiths Wm. Buder and a Tract belon" to one of 
the Sturdivants they not appearing. James Baugh and Andrew 
Beck Procession 'd all the lands in their Precinct. Abraham 
Jones S' and Abraham Jones jun' the Same. George Smith and 
George Tillman S" Processioned all the lands in their Precinct 
except Wm. Pettypoole & Wm. Parram they not attending. 

(65) Bristol Parish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie 
April 1 8th 1736. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minist', Col" Robert Boiling, 
Cap' Charles Fisher, Cap* William Stark, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. 
Theo. Field. Maj' William Poythress C. W. 

Ordered That Thomas Reese be exempted from paying Par- 
rish Levy until Such time he shall be able & not any longer. 

Test John Woobank Clk. Vestry. 

Bristol Parish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Ferry Chappie Nov' 
15th, 1736. 
Present. Maj' Wm. Poythress C. W., Col" Robert Boiling, 
Cap' Peter Jones, Capt. Fran' Poythress, Mr. Theop. Feild, 
Cap' Wm. Stark, Cap' Charles Fisher, Cap' Robert Munford. 

L' 

To Mr. George Robertson 16,000 

To Robert Whitehall, 1,600 

To John Woobank, 1,600 

To D" Vestry, 400 

To David Williams for Cleaning Sappony Chappie, . 400 

To Sam^ Sental S' for keeping Peter Plantine, . . 1,000 

To Jane Sentall for Cleaning the Church, . . 250 

To D" due last Year, 105 

To Maj' Will*" Poythress for keeping Mary Barrett, . 1,000 
To John Floy*d for keeping Ann Newhouse to the 

loth of January last, 250 



84 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To John Brown for keeping D** from y*" nth Jan'' 

1735-6 to the 26th October, . 
To Mary Eaton for burying Bramble, . 
To Wm. Bobbitt S' for burying John Dalahny, 
To William Parsons for keeping John Ingles, 
To Charles Gilliam S' for Support, 
To Cap* Peter Jones for a Tyth over paid, 
To Maj' William Poythress for Insolvents, 
To Mary Eaton for keeping a Bast. Child of Barna- 
bas Moore Supposed to be y*" Reputed father,. 

Carried Over, L* 

(66) Bro* Over, L' 

To the Church Wardens to buy Cloathes for Tanner 
and his Wife as they shall think fitt, 

To Ball Suppos'd to be due to Rawleigh & Dale Par- 
ish by V^irtue of an Act of the Last Assembly, 

To be Levy'd toward building the New Church, . 

To 4 p C on 16,000 for Cask, .... 

To 6 p C* on 56,925 for Collecting, 

To Maj' Wm. Poythress for paying Wm. Parsons 
• more than what was lev'y for him, . 



1736 Nov' 15th Bristol Parish Dr. 



To Mr. Geo. Robertson 
To Robert Whitehall, 
To John Woobank, 
To Ditto, 

To David Williams, 
To Sam' Sentall, . 
To Jane Sentall, . 
To Ditto, 
To Maj' Wm. Poythress 
To John Floy*d, 
To John Brown, . 
To Mary Eaton, . 
To William Bobbitt S' 
To William Parsons, 



635 
100 
100 
1,200 
400 

1,005 

800 



26,885 
26,885 

400 

11,000 

18,000 

640 

3*415 

104 



L' 60,444 

16,000 

1,600 

1,600 

400 

400 

1,000 

250 

105 

1,000 

250 

635 

100 

100 

1,200 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



85 



To Charles Gilliam S', 

To Cap' Peter Jones, 

To Maj' Wm. Poythress for Insol., 

To Mar>* Eaton, 

To the Church Wardens for Taner &c. . 

To Ballance Suppos'd to be due to Rawleigh and 

Dale, 

To be levy'd toward building the New Church, 

To 4 p C* for Cask, 

To 6 p C* for Collecting, .... 
To Maj' Wm. Poythress 



1736 Nov' 15th. 

By i'394 Tiths @ 43' p. Pole, 
Due to the Collectors, . 



Cr. 



400 

1,005 
800 
400 

11,000 

18,000 

640 

3*415 
104 

60,444 

59,942 
502 



6o;444 



Order' d that Maj' Wm. Poythress and Maj' James Munford 
Church Wardens do receive of every Tithable in this Parrish 
forty three Pounds of N* Tob" in Inspectors Notes for there Par- 
ish Levey for this present Year and in case of refusal or non 
payment to Levey the Same by distress & pay y'' Severall Sums 
to the Creditors for whome the Same was proportioned. 



Test: 



John Woobank Clk Vestry. 



(67) At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill Au- 
gust y*" 13th 1737. 

Present. Maj' William Poythress C. W. , Col* Robert Boiling, 
Cap* Fran' Poythress, Cap* William Stark, Cap* David Walker, 
Cap* Robert Munford, Cap* John Banister. 

Order' d that the Petition for Building a Chappie be refer' d till 
after the Next Assembly to be consider' d. Also the Motion for 
one other Chappie be refer' d for Consideration, that Cap* Wm. 
Hamlin be added to the Vestry, that the Vestry referr the Value 
of two Windows the difference between a plain Cornice and 
Mundillion to George Todd, 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 



86 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Bristol Parrish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on 
Wells's Hill Nov' 14th 1737. 

Present. Mr. Geo' Robertson, Maj' James Munford, Maj*^ 
William Poythress C. W., Col. Robert Boiling, Cap* Peter Jones, 
Cap* William Stark, Mr. Theo. Field, Cap' Charles Fisher, Cap* 
Fra' Poythress. 

Mr. Wm. Hamlin haveing taken the Oaths as Usual and Sub- 
scribing the Test is appointed to be a Vestryman. 

Cask 
To Mr. Geo. Robertson, 
To Robert Whitehall, . 



To John Woobank, 

To Ditto for Vestry, 

To David Williams, 

To Sam^ Sentall S' for Plantine, 

To Ditto for Cleaning y*' Church, 

To Maj' Poythress for Mary Barrett, 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To William Parsons for John Ingles 7 Months, 

To Ditto for Ditto funerall, . . . . 

To y* Church Wardens for Tanner & his Wife, 

Carried Over, 



640 



(68) Bro* Over L' 

To Mary Eaton for Sarah Burgess Q 800' p. Annum, 
To Col** Robert Boiling for Fra. Deshain & Others, 
To John Sturdivant for 2 Setts Horse Blocks and 

Moveing Edward Facey out of y*" Parish, . 
To Fra' Bracey for Setting Horse Blocks & Seats, 
To John Floy'd for Edward Facey, . 
To Robert Munford for Tho" Jacobs, 
To ley'd toward Build* a New Chappie, 
To Thomas Hardaway, 
To 4 p C for Cask on 16,000, . 
To Sallery at 6 p C\ 



L" 
16,000 
1,600 
1,600 
400 
400 
900 
250 
1,000 
800 
750 
115 
400 

24.215 

24.215 
693 
332 

48 

150 

60 

756 

10,000 

480 

640 

2,242 



39.6x6 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



87 



Ordered that Maj' Poythress & Cap* Stark be Church wardens 
for the ensuing Year. 

that the Church Wardens consult Mr. Stephen Dewey for re- 
covery of 480' Tob* pd Mr. Tho* Hardaway for the trouble and 
Expenses of a Commodating Mary Perry Wife of Tho' Perry 
and to take out such Process and against such person as he shall 
judge ought to reimburse the Same to the Parrish. 

Ball, due to y'' Parrish from Maj' James Munford in £. s. 

Cash, 3. 10 

Ditto from Maj' Wm. Poythress in Cash, . . . 12. i 

Ditto in Tob^ 7,000' 

that the Church Wardens do receive or recover of Southwark 

• Parrish in Surry County 70' Tob* for the removeing of Edward 

Facey from this to that parish the place of his Legial residence. 



Test 



John Woobank, Clk Vestry. 



(69) 



1737 Nov' 14th Bristol Parrish Dr 



To Mr. Geo. Robertson, 

To Robert Whitehall, 

To John Woobank, . 

To Ditto, 

To David Williams, . 

To Sam' Sentall S\ . 

To Ditto, 

To Maj' Wm. Poythress, 

lb John Brown, 

To Wm. Parsons, 

To Ditto, . 

To the Church Wardens, 

To Mary Eaton, 

To CoP Robert Boiling, 

To John Sturdivant, 

To Fra" Bracey, 

To John Floy'd, 

To Robert Munford, 

Toward Build* New Chappie, 

To Tho' Hardaway, . 



L'. 
16,000 

1,600 

1,600 
400 
400 
900 
250 

1,000 
800 
750 

115 
400 

693 
332 

48 
150 

60 

756 

10,000 

480 



88 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To 4 p C on i6,ooo» 640 

To Sallery (g 6 p C, 2,242 



39,616 
Ball Due to y* Parrish, i»593 



1737 Nov' 14th Cr. 



L* 41,209 



By 1,425 Tith (g 24' p Pole, 34»2oo 

By due from the Church Wardens, .... 7.009 



L' 41,209 



Test. John Woobaxk Clk Vestry. 

(70) Bristol Parrish — ss: At a Vestry held at the Brick Church 
on Wells's Hill May 20th 1738. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Maj' William Poy- 
thress C. W., CoP Robert Boiling, Cap' Fran' Poythress, Cap* 
William Stark, Cap* Charles Fisher, Mr. Theo. Field, Maj*^ 
James Munford, Cap' Peter Jones. 

Ordered that Maj' James Munford Cap* Fra" Poythress John 
Banister Esq' and William Hamlin Gent: do view and agree 
upon a proper place for Building a Chappie on Hatchers Run for 
the Conveniency of the upper Inhabitants of this Parish and to 
report the proceedings to a Vestr>' to be held the first Saturday 
in July next and that the Church Wardens do Advertize for 
Workmen to come in to undertake the Same. 

On the Pettion of Matthew Ford he is exempted from paying; 
Parish Le\-y for the future. 

Test: John Woobaxk Clk Vestry. 

Bristol Parish — ss: At a Vestr>' held at the Brick Church on 
Wells's Hill July ist 1738. 

Present. Col* Robert Boiling, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap* WiU 
liam Stark, Cap* William Hamlin, Mr. Theo. Feild, Maj' WiDiam 
Po\*thress, Cap' Fra* Poythress, Maj' James Munford, Cap* 
Charles Fisher, Cap* Robert Munford. 

Ordered that a Church be built on the North side of Hatchers 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 89 

Run on the Land of Allen Tye fifty by Twenty Two fourteen 
foot pitch in the Clear, Ceald with ^4 Plank Cypherd, the Height 
of the Pews; Naild on with 8* Nailes or Brads and above that 
with >4 Inch plank naild with 6** Nailes or Brads Close Pews 
plain Winscott within and Shass }:(, Rounds without, 2 Windows 
on the front side and 3 on the Back 2 Windows at the East end 
and one at the west for light to the Gallery, weather Boarded 
w'^ feather edge Plank with a Bead Rough from thepitt 9 Inches 
wide rise 6 Inches Inch on the thick edge and ^ on the Thin 
Cover' d with Clear Inch plank Cypher' d Inch and yi on each 
edge and Cover' d on that with good hart pine or Cyprus Shin- 
gles ^ thick on the lower and 22 Inches long (71) and Seven 
Rise Substantial fram'd doors plaine Cornice eves Communion 
Table, Gallery and Stares to be raild with Banisters Hung with 
rising Joints as also the pew doors a decent Pulpit & Type & 
desk w*" Gallery Suteable to the Building, the Isle to be 5 foot 
the pews 4J2 wide Shash windows proportion' d to the Building 
Glaz'd with diamond Glass the whole House to be well Tarr'd the 
doors windows and Cornice to be prim'd and twice painted with 
white lead and under pin'd Close with Rock stones 15 Inches high 
from the Ground, the whole plank work with Clear plank and 
free from Knotts good locks Bolts and Barrs for the doors outside 
doors for the defence of the Inn doors & Sells, Hung w^** Cross 
garnets and hooks to Keep them open and Bolts to fasten them 
and every thing Nessesary to make the work Compleate the floor 
to be laid with Inch & }{ Clear hart plank plain 'd Naild down 
with 20** Nailes or Brads to be finished by the last of October in 
the Year 1740. 

Mr. Isham Eppes undertakes to Build the above Chappie ac- 
cording to the dementions above mentioned for ;^ii9: 15s: od. 
Current Money to be paid at three Several payments. 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill November 
13th 1738. 
Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Cap' William Stark, 
Maj' William Poythress C. W., Cor Robert Boiling, Cap^ Peter 
Jones, Mr. Theo. Field, Cap* William Hamlin. 



90 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Cask. L' 
To Mr. George Robertson, .... 640 16,000 

To Mr. Robert Whitehall 1,600 

To John Woobank, 1,600 

To Ditto Vestr>', 400 

To Sam' Sentall j' for Plantine, . . . 900 

To Sam' Sentall S' for Cleaning the Church, . 250 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 800 

To John Hall for Studstill, .... 600 

To John Fitz Gerrald for Mary Barrett, . 1,000 

To John Blackman for Cummings, . . 300 
To Sarah Williams relect of David Williams 

for Sappony Chappie, .... 250 

To Peter Mitchell for one Levey, ... 43 
To Col* Robert Boiling for Sundrys as p Ace' 

o£ 17^^ 3ci. 

To Thomas Spain for Reading at Names'*, 400 



(72) Brought Over, 

To James Pittillo for Cath: Arthur, 
To Cap* William Stark as p Acco* ;^io: 18: 5. 
To Thomas Hardaway S', . . . . 
To Stephen Dewey o: 15: o. 
To be levy'd toward Building a Chappie, 
To Mr. George Robertson for ferriages allow'd 
to this day 2: 6: 8^. 

To Samuel Sentall S'. 

To Cask, ....... 

To 6 p Con 37,523, 



24,143 
466 

250 

12,000 



24 

640 

2,250 

39.773 



Orderd that Thompson Stapley be exempted from paying his 
Parish Levey, that the Church wardens pay to Isham Eppes 
what money they have he giving Bond and Security for the 
Same, that the Church wardens take care to provide for Sam- 
uel Tatum if he is not able, that Thomas Mitchell be Levy free. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



91 



1738 Nov' 13th. Bristol Parrish Dr. 





L- 


To Mr. George Robertson, .... 


16,000 


To Robert Whitehall 


1,600 


To John Woobank, 


1,600 


To Ditto, 


400 


To Samuel Sentall, j' 


900 


To Samuel Sentall S\ 


250 


To John Brown, 


800 


To John Hall, 


600 


To John Fitz Gerrald, 


1,000 


To John Blackman, 


300 


To Sarah Williams, ...... 


250 


To Peter Mitchell 


43 


To Col* Rob' Boiling 0: 17: 3. 




To Thomas Spain, 


400 


To James Pittillo, 


466 


To Cap' Wm. Stark 10: 18: 5. 




To Tho' Hardaway S' 


250 


To Stephen Dewey 0: 15: 0. 




To be levyd toward Building a Chappie, . 


12,000 


To Mr. Geo. Robertson for ferriages 2: 6: 8^. 




To Samuel Sentall S^ . . . 


24 


To Cask, 


640 


To6pC 


2,250 


Ball, due to the parrish, 


263 



L 14: 17: 4% Cash. 
1738 Nov' 13th. Cr. 



By 1,502 Tyths @ 26 p Pole, 
By due from Church wardens. 



L' 40.036 



39.052 
984 



L' 40,036 



Ordered that the Church wardens do receive of every Titha- 
ble in this Parish Twenty Six Pounds of N^ Tob* for their Parish 
Levey for this Present Year and in case of Refusal or Nonpay- 
ment to levy the Same by distress. 

Test John WooBANK Clk: Vestry. 



92 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

(73) At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill Au- 
gust 20th 1739. 

Present. Cap^ Wm. Stark, Maj^ Wm. Poythress C. W., Col** 
Robert Boiling, Cap* Francis Poythress, Mr. Theo. Feild, Cap' 
Charles Fisher, Maj' James Munford, Cap* Peter Jones. 

Order' d That John Lewis and John Gilliam j' Procession from 
Puddle dock Run to the lower end of y* Parish Between the 
River and Madam Boilings Road. That Miles Thweatt and 
William Batte Procession from Puddle dock Run to the Notto- 
way Road as far out as Blackwater. That Thomas Hardaway 
and Abraham Alley Procession from Nottoway Road up as far 
as Monkersneck Road. That William Parsons and John Mayse 
Procession from Puddle dock to Lieu* Run Between the River 
and the great Swamp and Monkersneck Road. That Abraham 
Jones S' and Abraham Jones j' Procession from Lieut. Run to the 
Indian Town Run Includeing Rohowick. That Nicholas Overbey 
and jQhn_May j' Procession from the Indian Town Run to Wal- 
laces Creek. That Matthew Mayse and Bartho : Crowder Proces- 
sion from Wallaces Creek Cross to the white Oak Road down 
Hatchers Run to the Extent. That John Ellington and William 
, Spaine Procession from whiponock to Namosend out as far as Boi- 
lings lower line. That James Baugh and Andrew Beck Procession 
Between Blackwater Swamp and Second Swamp from the Parish 
line to the Monkersneck Road. That Thomas Lee and Samuel 
Lee Procession Between Second Swamp and Warwick Swamp 
from the Parish line to the Monkersneck Road. That William 
Cotten and Peter Tatum Procession the land below Jones Hole 
Road Between the Parish line and Warwick Swamp. That 
Richard Raines and Cuth: Williamson Procession from Warwick 
Swamp to the Parish line Between Jones Hole Road and Ro- 
wanty Road. That William Butler and James Butler Procession 
from Monkersneck Bridge to Rowanty Bridge. That George 
Smith and Edward Winfield Procession from Monkersneck Creek 
to Stoney Creek Between the Monkersneck Road and the Parish 
line. Carried Over. 

(74) Order'd That Joseph Tucker S' and Joseph Tucker j' 
Procession from Stoney Creek to Sapponey Creek Between the 
Parish line and the Chappie Road. That Israel Robinson and 
John Robinson Procession from Sappony Creek to Nottoway 



BRISTOL PARISH .VESTRY BOOK. 93 

River Between the County line and the Road that leads from the 
Cutt Banks to the Chappie. That William Jones and Henry 
Baley Procession from the Cutt Banks Road up Nottoway River 
to the great Creek. That William Jones and John Jones Pro- 
cession from the Mouth of the great Creek up Nottoway River 
to the Extent of the Parish. That George Williams and Wil- 
liam Vaughan Procession from the Monkersneck Road up the 
North side Monkersneck and Hatchers Run to the white Oak 
Road "and as far in as Rohowick. That Robert Wynne and 
Joshua Wynne Procession from Monkersneck to Stoney Creek 
Between the Monkersneck Road and the Chappie Road. That 
Francis Bressie and John Mansion Procession from the Chappie 
Road to the Butterwood Road Between Hatchers Run and 
Stony Creek. That Jos: Pritchett j' and Caleb Pritchett Pro- 
cession Between the Chappie Road and Butterwood Road from 
Stony Creek to the extent. That Edward Mitchell S' and James 
Thweatt Procession Between Butterwood and white Oak. That 
George Still and Roger Moore Procession from Butterwood 
Road up the North side white Oak to the extent as far in as 
Namos. and head of Whiponock. That Hugh Reese and 
Robert West Procession Between white Oak and Namos: to the 
extent of the County. That John Poythress and Thomas Twittey 
Procession Between Butterwood and Nottoway River as low as 
the head of Beaver-pond Creek. That Richard Nance and 
Thomas Gent j' Procession Between the South fork of the Cjat- 
tale Run and Gravely Run from the Chappie Road up. 

That the above said Persons Procession the lands in their Sev- 
eral precints and make returns of all lands they Procession with 
the Names of the persons present when Processioned and to 
make returns of all Lands not Processioned. 

Test. John Woobank, Clk Vestry. 

(75) At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill Octo- 
ber 23d 1739. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Col** Robert Boi- 
ling, Cap' Fra' Poythress, Cap' Peter Jones, Cap' Charles Fisher, 
Mr. Theo. Feild, Cap' William Stark, Maj' James Munford, 
Maj*^ William Poythress. 



94 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Mr. George Robertson Minist', 

To Robert Whitehall, ... 

To John Woobank, .... 

To Ditto for Vestry, .... 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Samuel Sentall S*" for Cleaning the Church 

To John Hall for Studstill, 

To John Fitz Gerrald for Mary Barrett, . 

To Sarah Williams relect of David Williams 

for Sappony Chappie, 
To Ditto for Sundry Services as a reward, 
To Thomas Spaine for Read* at Namos**, 
To James Pittillo for Cath. Arthur, 
To Mary Hall for Keeping an Orphan Child, 
To Col** Robert Boiling by Order of Joseph 

Mayse for Keeping Peter Plantine, . 
To Col** Robert Boiling for Sundrys as p his 

Ace* ;^i: 19s. 5>4d. 

To Cap* William Stark for the Ball of his 

Acco*, .... 4: 15. 6%. 

To Mr. George Robertson for ferriages to this 

day, 2:4:4. 

To be levy'd toward Building a New Chappie 

& paying of the old ingagements, . 
To 6 p C* Sallery for Collecting on 35,690, 



Cask. 
640 



L" 

16,000 

1,600 

1,600 

400 

800 

250 

800 

1,000 

250 
100 
400 
700 
250 

900 



10,000 
2,141 

37,831 



Order' d That the Church wardens demand of the Administ* 
of Matthew Lee the Estate of Frances Lee Daughter of the said 
Matthew Lee a poor Orphan to be dispoged of for reimbursing 
the present and futer e.xperience in maintaining the s* Orphan. 
That William Russell j*^ be exempted from paying his Parish 
Levey for the future. 

L" 

Tob** due from Maj' William Poythress, . . . 4»730 
From ditto in Cash, .... 21:12:3^. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



95 



(76) Ordered That a Chappie be built for the Convenience of 
the lower parts of this Parish be fifty by Twenty Two. 

That Cap' William Stark and Maj' James Munford be Church 
wardens for the ensuing year. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 



1739 October 23d. Bristol Parish Dr. 






To Mr. George Robertson, 


16,000 


To Robert Whitehall, 








1,600 


To John Woobank, .... 








1,600 


To Ditto, 








400 


To John Brown, .... 








800 


To Samuel Sentall S', . . . 








250 


To John Hall, 








800 


To John Fitz Gerrald, 








1,000 


To Sarah Williams, .... 








250 


To Ditto, 








100 


To Thomas Spaine, .... 








400 


To James Pittillo, .... 








700 


To Mary Hall, .... 








250 


To Col'^ Robert Boiling, .... 








900 


£ s. d. 




To Ditto, . . . I 19 5J^ 




To Cap' Wm. Stark, . . 4 15 6>^ 




To Mr. Geo. Robertson, . . 244 




8 19 4 




To be levy'd toward building a New Chappie &c. . 


10,000 


To Cask, 


640 


To 6 p C Collecting, 


2,141 


L* 


37,831 


1739 Octo. 23d. Cr. 




By 1,504 Tyths at 25* Tob" p Pole, .... 


37.600 


due to the Collectors, 


231 


L- 


37.831 



Ordered That the Church wardens do receive of every Titha- 



96 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

ble in this Parish Twenty five pounds of N' Tob** for their Parish 
levy for this present Year and in case of refusal or nonpayment 
to levy the Same by distress. 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(77) At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Well's Hill Dec' 
loth 1739. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson, Minister, Cap* Peter Jones, 
Cap' Fra' Poythress, Cap* Charles Fisher, Maj' William Poy- 
thress, Mr. Theo: Feild, Cap* Wm. Stark, Cap* Wm. Hamlin. 

Order'd that Col* Robert Boiling, Maj' Wm. Poythress & 
Cap* Wm. Eppes do appoint a place for Building the new Chap- 
pie & that Mr. John Ravenscroft undertakes to build the Same 
for ;^ 1 34: los: to be paid at three Several payments to be fin- 
ished by the last of December 1741. to be done in the Same 
manner & Same dementions as the former. That Instance Hall 
& John Sturdivant Procession all the Land Between the Notto- 
way Road Puddle Dock Run Mrs. Boilings Road to the Extent 
of the Parish. That John May j' be appointed Reader at some 
convenient place where the Church is to be built & to be allowed 
1600': Tob'' p. Annum. That Col** Robert Boiling, Cap* Peter 
Jones & Mr. Theo: Feild are appointed to view & to see that 
the work of the new Chappie to be built be compleat & done 
workmanlike. 

Test: John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill Feb'-^5th 
1739. 

Present. Mr. George Robertson Minister, Col** Robert Boi- 
ling, Cap* Peter Jones, Maj' Wm. Poythress, Maj*^ James Mun- 
ford, Cap* Wm. Stark, Mr. Theo: Feild, Cap* Wm. Hamlin. 

Order'd That George Browder be Sexton of Hatchers Run 
Chappie. That the aforesaid Chappie be built on Tho" Bonners 
land Between Tho' Bonners plantation & John Whitmores on the 
great Branch of Joans Hole convenient to the Spring. That Mr. 
Theo** Bland be appointed a Vestryman. That Joshua Pritchett 
S' be exempted from paying his Parish Levy for the future. 

(78) That Mr. John Ravenscroft Letter be entered on Record 
-& the Original be preser\'ed. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 97 

Copy. Feb'y 4th, 1739. 

Gentlemen: My business obliging me to go home I cant pos- 
sibly wait on you to Morrow but to prevent any further misun- 
derstandings about this Church, I declare it never was my Inten- 
tion to perform the work in any other than a substantial and 
workman like manner that I shall take a perticular care that, that 
part of the plank & framing w**" is expos' d to the weather be of 
a good Hart Stuff, I mean Sills sleepers, door posts, windows 
frames, & weather boarding in perticular, & in every other part 
so well as to do the Parish Justice & preserve my own Character. 
I am willing to enter into bond w*** security for performance of 
the work, & that any body may view it whilst tis carrying on. 
I hope this may prevent any further suspicion of fraud from 
. Your Humb: Serv* 

John Ravenscroft. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill Feb'^ 23d 
1739. 

Present. Col\Robert Boiling, Cap' Robert Munford, Mr. 
Theo. Feild, Cap* Wm. Stark, Cap' Peter Jones, Cap' Charles 
Fisher, Maj' Wm. Poythress. 

Order' d That the former order made the 5th Instant be vacated 
& that the Chappie then order' d to be built on Tho' Bonners 
Land be built on Titmashes Land the Vestry being well con- 
vinced it will be most convenient to a Majority of this Parish 
than Bonners beside the Conveniency of a good Spring conve- 
nient thereto which cannot be had at any Intermediate Place & 
it is further Order' d that Mr. John Ravenscroft Undertaker there- 
of have forthwith a Copy of this order. 

That Col'' Rob* Boiling Cap' Peter Jones & Mr. Theo. Feild 
are appointed to view & -to see that the work of the new Chap- 
pie to be built be compleat & done workman like. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(79) At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill May 
26th 1740. 

Present. Col*» Robert Boiling, Cap' Wm. Stark, Cap* Peter 

7 



98 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Jones, Mr. John Banister, Maj' Wm. Poythress, Cap* Will" 
Hamlin, Mr. Theo. Feild, Mr. Theo^ Bland, Cap' Charles Fisher. 

Ordered That Mr. Richard Heartswel be received Minister of 
this Parish dureing the approbation of the Vestry he haveing 
agreed to accept thereof on these Terms. 

That the Chappie appointed to be built on Titmass's Land the 
5th of Feb^ last be Instead thereof built at the most convenient 
place to water nearest to one Mile & half distance East from the 
said Titmass's and that Col* Rob* Boiling Cap* Wm. Stark 
Cap' Peter Jones & Mr. Theo" Bland view & assertain the Place 
& report the Same to the next Vestry and that as soon as may 
be thereafter the Undertaker have Notice thereof. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill May 27th 
1740. 

Present. CoP Rob' Boiling, Cap' Wm. Stark, Mr. Theo. 
Feild, Cap' Charles Fisher, Maj' Wm. Poythress, Mr. Theo" 
Bland, Cap' Peter Jones. 

Mr. Richard Heartswel haveing in company with Several of 
the Vestry yesterday Evening declared that he did not under- 
stand the order of Vestry that day made for receiveing him as 
Minister of this Parish on the Terms therein mentioned altho 
entered in his presence & with his approbation & now insisting 
on Twenty Pounds p Ann in lieu of a Glebe which he with some 
warmth, said he thought he merrited; <ife without such Allowance 
would not stay, thereupon the Church wardens conviend this 
Vestry who upon the representation of this matter by several of 
their own Members, Orders that the said Richard Heartswel be 
discharged as Minister of this Parish on the Terms by him & the 
Vestry agreed to on the 26th Instant or on any other whatsoever. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

(80) Returns of Processioning for the Year 1739. 

Thomas Hardaway and Abraham Alley Processioned all the 
Lands in their Precinct. Samuel Lee and Thomas Lee the Same. 
James Baugh and Andrew Beck the Same. Instance Hall and 
John Sturdivant the Same. Joseph Turner and William Turner 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



99 



the Same. John Mayse and William Parsons the Same. James 
Williams and William Butler the Same. John Jones and Wil- 
liam Jones the Same. John Lewis S' and John Gilliam the 
Same. Miles Whweatt and William Batt the Same excepting 
two lines of Batte & Jordan they disagreeing & another peice 
belonging to the heir of Arther Browder the Heir being an 
Infant. Nicholas Overbey S' and |ohn May the Same except- 
ing Charles Fishers John Fitz Gerrald and Wm. Overbeys 
nobody appearing. Richard Raines and Cuthbert Williamson 
the Same excepting Tho* Carklons and James Harrisons no- 
body appearing. George Williams and William Vaughan the 
Same excepting Isham Eppes*s. & Thomas Williams's nobody 
appearing. Abraham Jones S' and Abraham Jones j' the same 
excepting Part of a Line of John Ravenscroft & a Line of Wm. 
Eatons the Lines not to be found. Robert Wynne and Joshua 
Wynne the Same excepting Israel Peterson & Mary Smith Lands 
nobody appearing. John Roberson and Israel Roberson the 
Same excepting Henry Dicksons, Thomas Dicksons they having 
an Order of Council to go round their old Lines & Wm. Butlers 
nobody appearing. John Mansion and Fra' Bressie the Same 
excepting Joseph Mayse and James Butler nobody appearing. 
Wm. Jones and Henry Baley the Same excepting John Wat- 
kins & John Merritts Lands nobody appearing. 



(8i) At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish Octo' 22d, 1740. 

Present. Robert Boiling, Peter Jones, William Poythress, 
Robert Munford, Theo: Feild, William Stark, Charles F'isher. 



To the Executors of Mr. George Robertson dec**. 

To Cask for Ditto, 

To Robert Whitehall Clk Sappony, 

To John Woobank, 

To John Brown for keeping Ann Newhouse, 

To Samuel Sentall Sexton of the Brick Church, 

To Thomas Spaine Clk at Hatchers Run, . 

To Sarah Williams Sexton at Sappony, 

To Tho' Spaine for Arrears Last year. 

To James Pittillo for keeping Kat. Arther, 

To William Stark for Mary Barrett, . 



4,000 
160 

1,600 

2,000 
800 
250 

1,600 
250 

1,200 
700 
800 



100 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To D" for Ledbetters Keeping Tudstal, 
To D* for Den tons Keeping M. Delahay, 
To D" for Mary Halls Keeping Fra Lee, 
To D'* for Ball due last year, 
To D** for Ball this year for delinquents. 
To John May Clerk Warwick for 7 Months, 
To the Reverend Mr. Stith for Preaching, 
To Mr. Heartswell, .... 
To Tho" Hardaway for Jane Anderson, 
To Wm. Tanner & his Wife, 
To the building of New Chappie, 

To Mary Allen, 

To George Browder, .... 
To the Sallery for Collecting, 
To Wm. Stark for Sundry goods to Sundry poor per 
sons, jCS, IIS. oj^d. 



700 
600 
800 
231 
350 
921 

2,560 
960 
200 
400 

15,000 
200 

75 
2,181 



38,538 



Order' d that Thomas Gent, be exempted from paying the 
Parish Levy, the Church at Hatchers Run be rebuilt, that 
Cap* William Stark & Theo: Feild be Church wardens for the 
present year, that the Church wardens Collect of every Tith- 
able person L25 Tob** their parish Levy for this present year & 
in case of refusal or nonpayment to levy the Same by distress, 
that the Southern Chappie be built at the Harrican nearest to 

the best water. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

[82] 1740, Octb' 23d. Bristol Parish Dr. 

To Eex: of Geo: Robertson, 4,000 

To Cask for Ditto, 160 

To Robert Whitehall, 1,600 

To John Woobank, 2,000 

To John Brown, 800 

To Sam* Sentall, 250 

To Sarah Williams, 250 

To Tho" Spain, 1,600 

To Ditto, 1,200 

To James Pittillo, 700 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



101 



To Wm. Stark, 

To Ditto, 

To Ditto, 

To Ditto. 

To Ditto, 

To Ditto, 

To John May, 

To Mr. Stith. 

To Mr. Heartswell, 

To Tho* Hardaway, 

To Wm. Tanner & wife, 

To Building of New Chappie, 

To Mary Allen, . 

To George Browder, 

To Sallery, 

To Wm. Stark, ;^8: iis: o> 

To Ball due to the parish, . 



1740, Oct' 23d. 



Cr. 



800 
700 
600 
800 
231 

350 
921 
2,560 
960 
200 
400 
15,000 
200 

75 
2,181 

38,538 
262 

38,800 



38,800 



By 1552 Tyths at 25* Tob'' p pole. 

Ball due to the parish. 

Orderd that the Church wardens do receive of every Titha- 
ble in this Parish Twenty five pounds Neat Tob'' for their parish 
levy for this present y' and in case of refusal or nonpayment to 
levy the Same by distress. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

[83] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church December y* 2d 1740. 

Present. Cap' Wm. Stark, Robert Boiling, Theo. Feild, 
Peter Jones, William Poythress, Theo" Bland, James Munford, 
Charles Fisher. 

Orderd that a Chappie be Built on Hatchers Run at the most 
Convenient Place to be agreed on by James Munford Cap' Peter 
Jones John Banister Esq' & Cap* William Hamlin or the majority of 
them and of the Same dimentions and manner w'*" that on Hatch- 
ers Run lately burnt & that other now Building on Jones Hole 



102 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

to be underpin' d with Stone or Brick which is undertaken by 
Mr. James Clark for one hundred & Eighteen pounds Currant 
Money of Virginia & to be finished in two years and to be paid 
for in two years from the fifteenth of October next at two pay^- 
ments the said Clark entring into bond w'** good Security to the 
Church wardens or Vestry for this performance of the worke in 
the manner & time Ofer'd before any payment made him. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Court held for Prince Geo. County the 9th day of Decem- 
ber 1740. 
Ordered that Moll Daughter of Elizabeth Bird a mulatto 
woman, be bound by the Churchwardens of Bristoll Parish, to 
Some proper person, in the manner the Law directs. 

Test John May Clk Vestry. 

[84] At a Vestry held for Bristoll Parish March 6th 1740. 

Presant. Robert Boiling, Charles Fisher, Wm. Poythress, 
David Walker, Ja' Munford, Theodorick Bland, Peter Jones. 

It is ordered and agreed that Mr. Robert Ferguson be receiv'* 
into this Parish as Minister thereof for Twelve months from the 
fifteenth of January last as a Probationer and to be paid at the 
usual rate of Sixteen Thousand Pounds of Tobacco with the al- 
lowance also of four thousand Pounds of Tobacco for his board 
instead of a Glebe. 

Orderd that John May j' be Clerk of the Brick Church in the 
roome of John Wobank and that John Wobank be Clerk of the 
Church in the roome of John May j' and it is further orderd that 
John Wobank Deliver the parish records to the Church wardens 
and be discontinued Clerk of the Vestry. 

Test John May Clk Vestry. 

We of the Jurors being Summoned & Sworn persuant to a ve- 
nire facias Issued out of Prince George County Court bearing 
date the Twenty Second day of Decem'*' 1740. We upon our 
Oaths do find that Samuel Jordan & William Batte in our pres- 
ence did agree that the old Lines in dispute should be, and at all 
times hereafter, is and shall be Lines & bounds of their Lands 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 103 

forever: persuant to Such agreement between the parties afor- 
said, We went to the beginning of one of the Lines aforsaid, in 
the presence of the Sheriff, the Surveyor being absent which be- 
ginning Tree (being a poplar) is, and Stands on a Branch of 
Bailies Creek, and from thence to a Small pine; from thence Wee 
went to the other line in Dispute, and beginning at a Pine Stump, 
run the said Line in the presants of the Sheriff, by the agreement 
of the parties aforsaid, which was by the Said parties Amicably 
admitted to be true Lines as now by us Settled. 

[85] Witness our hands and Seals, all of which doing in per- 
suance of the Writt aforesaid: I have hereunto Set my hand, 
and Seal, so answer, 

William Stark Sher' [Seal], Fran' Epes forem" [Seal], 

John Woodleif [Seal], Charles Fisher [Seal], 

William Standback [Seal], Theo" Bland [Seal], 

Drury Thweatt [Seal], John Buttler [Seal], 

John Sturdivant [Seal], Tho' Poythress [Seal], 

John Cureton [Seal], John Epes [Seal], 

Edw^ Mitchell [Seal]. 

At a Court held at Fitzgerralds, for Prince George County on 
Wednesday the Eleventh day of March 1740 William Stark 
Sheriff of this County return** the above written Report of the 
Jury ordered to lay out, and procession, the Land of William 
Batte & Sam' Jordan by order of the Court is truly Recorded. 

Test John May Clk Vestry. 

Test Wm. Hamlin CI Crt. 

At a Court held for Prince George County the 14th day of April 
1741. 
Ordered that Wm. Lewis Son of William Lewis late of this 
County deced: be bound by the Churchwardens of Bristoll Par- 
ish, to Richard Meanly in the Manner the Law directs for poor 

Orphans. 

Test John May Clk Vestry. 

[86] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Well's hill Octo' 
I2th 1741. 
Present Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Cor Rob* Boiling, 



104 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Cap* Peter Jones, Cap' Will" Stark, Mr. Theo: Feild, Maj' Will" 
Poythress, Cap' Theo* Bland. 



To the Rever^ Rob' Fergusson, 


L' 
12,000 


To Cask for Ditto at 4 ^ C, . 


480 


To Ditto in Lew of a Gleab, .... 


3,000 


To John Woobank for 3 months. 


533 


To Rob' Whitehall CI" of Sapp' Chap'% . 


1,600 


To Thorn' Spain, ...... 


1,600 


To John May Ju', 


1,600 


To Ditto for CI" of the Vestry, 


100 


To John Brown for keeping Ann Newhose, 


800 


To Geo: Williams Ju' CI" of Jones Hole, . 


1,067 


To Sam' Sentull Sexton of the Church, . 


250 


To Sarah Williams Ditto of Sapponey Church, 


250 


To Jam' Pittello for keeping Cath' Arther, 


700 


To Cap' Will" Stark for Mary Barrut, 


800 


To Ditto for Fraces Lee, 


800 


To Cap' Will" Eppes for Marg^^ Delawayhay, . 


600 


To John Ledbetter for Tedstal, 


800 


To William Tanner & his wife, 


400 


To Mary Alley, 


200 


To Ball Due to the CoK for Delenquents, . 


450 


To Cap' Theo" Bland for one tith Over Lis^ . 


25 


To Mr. Theo: Feild for Sundrys, . £\\ 14: 




To Ditto for Sundrys to Fra' Deasonne's, 


205 


To the Ball** due in the hands of the Churchwarth"" 


262 


Towards paying for the Church & Chappel and Pur 




chasfng a gliebe. 


41,431 


To 6 f> for Collecting, .... 


4,079 




73,508 


[87] 1 741 Octo' 12. Bristol Parish Dr. 




To the reve"* Rob' Fergusson, . . . 


15,480 


To John Woobank, 


533 


To Robert Whitehall, 


1,600 


To Thom' Spain, 


1,600 


To John May Ju^ 


1,700 


To John Brown, 


800 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



105 



To Geo: Williams Ju 

To Sam* Sentull, 

To Sarah Williams, 

To Jam' Pettillo, 

To Cap' Will" Stark 

To Cap* Will" Eppes 

To John Ledbetter, 

To Will" Tanner, 

To Mary Alley, 

To Ball due to y'' Collec' Dq", 

To Cap* Theo"^ Bland, 

To Mr. Theo: Feild, 

To Ditto, 

To y* Ball" due in y** hands of y* Chur's, 

To paying for y* church & Chapel and purchaceing a 

Glebe, 

To 6 f^ C* for Collecting, 

1 741 Octo' 1 2th. Cred^r 

By 1598 Tyths at 46' Tob** p: pole, , 



£1. 14s. od 



1,067 
250 
250 
700 

1,600 
600 
800 
400 
200 
450 
25 

205 
262 

4i»43i 
4»079 

73,508 
73,508 



Ordered that the Church wardens do receive of every Tithable 
in this parish forty-Six pounds of Neet Tob* for their Parish 
Levy for this prese* year and in Case of Refusal or Non payment 
to Levy the Same by Distress. 

Test John May Clk Vestry. 

Ordered that the Rev** M' Rob* Fergusson be receivd as Min- 
ister of this parish. 

Ordered that Cap* Will"" Stark & Mr. Theo: Field be Con- 
tinued Church-wardens for the Insuing year. 

Ordered that John May Ju' be Appointed Clk of the Vestry. 

Order* d that Geo: Williams Ju' be Appointed Clk of the 
Jones Hole Chappie. 

Ordered that William Delawayhay be Levy free. 

Order' d that Thom" demons be Appointed Sexton of the 
Chappie at Jones Hole. 

Test John May Clk Vestry. 



106 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

[88] In Obedience to an order of Prince George County 
Court we the Subscribers met to possession the Lines between 
Wm. Crawley and Cap' Rob* Munford and did Possession the 
said Lines by the consent of each partie, they being present, 
begining at the mouth of the Ridge Bottome, And runing up 
the said Bottom along the old Lines between the said parties to 
the Extent thereof. ,Given under our Hands & Seals this 29th 
day of Sep'**' 1741. 

Isham Epes Sher: [Seal], Tho' Williams foreni" [Seal], 

Charles Hamlin [Seal], John Lewis- Jun' [Seal], 

George Lewis [Seal], John Buttler [Seal], 

John Sturdivant [Seal], James Sturdivant [Seal], 

Signum. 

John H Hall [Seal], Tho' Hardaway [Seal], 

John Mayse [Seal], John Fitzgarrald [Seal]. 

Wm. Parsons [Seal], 

Cop' Test John May Clk Vestry. 

Att a Vestry held at the Brick Church on Wells's Hill The 22d 
day of December 1741. 

Present. The rev* Robert Fergusson Minister, Coll* Rob' 
Boiling, Mr. Theo" Field, Maj^ Wm. Poythress, Cap' Wm. 
Stark, Cap' Peter Jones, Cap' Theodrick Bland. 

It is this day agreed on between this Vestry & Tho' Williams that 
the said Williams will finish the dwelling House he is now Building 
Vitz: the Chimney Plaistring and underpining & compleat the 
said House at his own Proper Expence, and allso saw and deliver 
so much Inch Plank from the Pitt as will be Sufficient to Lay an 
upper Floare of a House twelve by Sixteen when the Same is 
season* & Joynted: and will for the Consideration of Two hundred 
Pounds Currant money of Virginia to be paid in manner follow- 
ing, Vitz: all the money that shall Arise from the sale of the 
Tob* already Leavey* for Building of Chapells & Towards Buy- 
ing a Glibe after the presant Engagements for the Chapells are 
discharged and the Overpluss when that is assertaind to be then 
paid allso in Curr' money and the said Williams doth agree to 
Convey two hundred Acres of Land w'** the plantation [89] 
and Buildings compleated as above mention^ to this parish by 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



107 



Such Deeds And Convej^ances as shall think fitt or advise for a 
Glebe for the use of this Parrish. 

Coppy. Test John May Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick-Church on Wells's Hill Octob' 
14th 1742. 

Present. The Rev** Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Col° 
Robert Boiling, Cap' Peter Jones, Major William Poythress, 
Cap* Theodorick Bland, Cap' William Stark, Cap' Charles Fisher, 
Mr. Theophilus Field, Mr. Thomas Short. 

Bristol Parish as it stood undivided till Sep'tr ist 

1742 Dr. 



To the Rev'* Mr. Robert Fergusson for io>^ Months, 
To 4 f^ C on Ditto for Cask, .... 
To Rob* Whitehall Clk of Sapponie for 10 »4 Months 
To John May Jun' Clk of the Vestry & Brick Church 

for D' Time, . . . . 
To George Williams Jun' Clk of Jones Hole D® Time, 
To Thomas Spain Clk of Hatcher's Run D" Time, 
To Samuel Sentall Sexton of Brick Church D** Time 
To Sarah Williams Sexton of Sapponie for D* Time 
To Thomas demons Sexton of Jones Hole, 
To Ditto for Clearing, Grubbing the Church Yard & 

other Services, ...... 

To John Brown for keeping Anne Newhose for io>^ 

Months, 

To James Petillo for keeping Cath. Arther lo^^ 

Months, 

To Cap' Will"** Stark for Mary Barret io>4 Months, 

To D* for Francis Lee ioj4 Moneths, 

To D* for Mary Delawayhay kept by Honour Whit 

more ioj4 Months, 

To John Leadbetter for Tedstall 10^ Months, . 

To Wm. Tanner and his Wife for io}4 Months, 

To Mary Allen for ioj4 Months, 

To Mr. Theophilus Field for sundries, 

To Mary Hall for keeping Richard Sentall 10 Weeks 

before the Division of the Parish, 



L. 
14,001 
560 
1,400 

I; 750 
1,400 
1,400 

21S34 
21S34 
167 

81 

700 

6l2>4 

700 
700 

525 

700 

350 

175 
277 

400 



108 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To John Hall for 2 Titheables overlisted in 1740, 

^ sh. d. 
To Mr. Theophilus Field for Sacra- 

mentary Elements, . . . 3: 19: 103^ 
C By Sundry Fines, . . 3: 15: 



50 



To a Ballance due to D**, . . . 4: loj^ 

To Cap* Will" Stark, . . i: 3: 4 

To 6 p C for Collecting, 1,584 

To a Depositum in the Hands of the Collector, . 386 



Cr. 
By 1,668 Titheables at 17 p Pole, 



28,356 



28,356 



Order' d That a Coppy of these Debts of Bristol Parish as it 
stood undivided till the first of September last be laid before the 
Vestry of the Parish of Bath at their next Meeting. 



[90] 



Bristol Parish as it now stands Dr. 



To the Rev* Mr. Robert Fergusson, 

To 4 p C on D" for Cask, 

To D" in lieu of a Glebe, 

To John May Jun' Clk of Vestry & Brick Church, 

To Gjeorge Williams Clk of Jones Hole, . 

To John Brown for keeping Anne Newhose, 

To Samuel Sentall Sexton of the Brick Church, 

To Thomas demons Sexton of Jones Hole, 

To James Petillo for keeping Cath' Arther, 

To Cap' Wm. Stark for Mary Barret, 

To D* for Mary Delawayhay, . 

To D" for Francis Lee, .... 

To John Leadbetter for Tedstall, 

To Mary Allen, * . 

To Mr. Theo' Field to be repaid by Brandon Parish 

it being on Ace' of Jos. Barry, . 
To Drury Whweet for moving Barry's Wife & Chil 

dren to Brandon Parish, .... 



Lb. 

1.999 

80 

1,000 

250 

200 

100^ 

87>^ 
100 

75 
100 
100 

25 

70 
100 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 109 

To Tob** towards paying the former 17 p Pole, . 13.107 

To D" for Paying 15 p Pole 771 Titheables, . 11,565 

To D* Besides the 6 p C on the 17 p Pole towards 

Paying for the Glebe, 7i328 

To 6 p C for Collecting 2,180 

To a Ballance in the Hands of the Coir, . . 21 



38,550 
To Ja' Harrison for one Acre of Land where Jones ;^ sh d 

Hole Church is built, i : 

To Mr. Theo' Field, i: 14: 

To Mr. John Ravenscroft for some extraordinary 

services at Jones Hole Church, . . .8: 
To James Clark for building the Chappel on Hatch- 
ers Run, 

To Dr. James Thompson for Jo" Barry, 

To rr for Mary Allen, 



118: 




12: 






17: II 


141: 


11: II 




38.550 



Cr. 

By 771 Titheables @ 50 p Pole, 

Order* d That the Church Wardens receive of every Titheable 
Person in this Parish 50'*" of Neat Tobacco for this present 
Year, and in case of Refusal or Non Payment to Levy the Same 
by Distress. 

RoB*T Fergusson Min'. 

Cap* Peter Jones & Cap* Theo" Bland are appointed Church 
Wardens for the ensuing Year. 

Mr. Stephen Dewey is elected a Vestry-man in the Room of 
Cap* Rob* Munford, who personally appeared and resigned. 

Samuel Sentall is discharged from being Sexton of the Brick 
Church and Abram Allen is appointed Sexton in his Place. 

Rob't Fergusson Min'. 

[91] At a Vestry Held at the Brick Church Jan^ the 31st 1742. 
Present. The Rev'* Mr. Rob* Fergusson Minister, Col** Robert 



110 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Boiling, Cap* Will™ Stark, Maj' Wiir Poythress, Cap* Theo"^ 
Bland, Mr. Theop" Feild, Mr. Step" Dewey. 

We whose names are under written Being Members of the 
Vestrey of Bath parish being Appointed by the Said vestry to 
Receive the Church built on Hatchers Run by Mr. James Clark, 
have in pursuance of an Order Made in that behalf Met and 
Vewed the said church and do finde it performed According to 
Bargain. 

John Banister, 

Jan'^ 2ist, 1742. Mathew Mayes. 

James Clark under taker and Builder of the Chappel on Hat- 
chers Run Haveing Compleated the said work according to 
Agreement, and produced a Certificate under the hands of John 
Banister Esq' and Cap* Mathew Mayes the Persons Appointed 
by the Vestry of Bath Parish to View and Receive the same w** 
Appears by the said Certificate they have Accordingly done ; it 
is therefore Ordered that the Church Wardens of this parish 
take up a sum of Money upon Intrest Sufficient to Discharge 
and pay The Remaining Ballance Due to the said Clark for the 
Service aforesaid. 

Jan'^ 31st 1742. Test John May Clk Vestry. 

Then Receiv'd of Tho** Bland one of the Church wardens of 
Bristol Parish Sixty one pounds Eighteen Shillings and Four 
pence Currant Money on Acco' of the said parish. 

^ James Clark. 
Feb'^ the 9th 1743. 

Receiv'd of Mr. Robert Poythress the Sum of Twenty two 
pounds Fourteen shillings and two pence. 

Receiv'd "^ me James Clark. 

[92] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church Feb'^ 28th 1742. 

Present. The Rev'd Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Col** 
Rob* Boiling, Mr. Theo' Feild, Maj' Will"" Poythress, Cap* Peter 
Jones, Cap* Cha" Fisher, Cap* Theo*' Bland, Mr. Stephen Dewey, 
Mr. Thomas Short. 

Ordered that the following Building and additions be made on 
the Glebe of this parish as Followeth — 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. Ill 

The present Kitching set upon sills and Moved and fited up 
For a stable with Rack and Manger ; The House Called Perryes 
set in the same place and turned into a Kitching with a Brick 
Chimney Eight feet in the Clear under pined and Floored with 
brick With a shed on the Back side, Shingled with Heart shin- 
gles upon the Present Board Cover, and Floor above is to be 
Lade with plank and to filled in with Morter or Brick plastered 
and Sealed with Dressers and Necessary Shelves. 

A Barn framed 32 feet by 20 Tenn feet pitch in the Clear, 
Floared flush with plank full Inch and half thick Cover' d all 
with Heart Shingles, upon Clapboards or Sawed Lathes the doar 
to be Hung without and to fall into a Rabit, and to Come below 
the* sill for its Defence against Bad weather under pined with 
good Brick pillers Laid in good Morter. 

A milk house 12 feet Square Plastered upon Brick filled in 
between the Sealing; Sealed under pined and Floared with Brick 
Lettis wmdows on the South and North sides, Dooer Made to 
fall in a Rabit and Long enough to Defend the Sills, with proper 
Shelves for Milk Shingled with Heart shingles. 

A Hen house 12 feet by 8 Fraimed and inclosed with thick 
saped Boards; Also a Brick Oven 6 feet by 5 Covered. 

Two poarches to the Dwelling house Six feet Squar Closed on 
Each side the Doar 18 Inches, Hiped under the Eve, and Cov- 
ered with Heart shingles Under pined and Floared with well 
Burnt Brick and wooden steps to the same from without; Allso 
a Covered way without into the Seller with a Broad Step Ladder 
and a private Doar under the stares Within; with doar Ladder, 
three Window frames to the Dwelling Seller and Shetters to take 
in or put out Occationelly to fall in a Rabit to fastened with 
Wooden Boalts or Battons. 

Under taken by James Clark for Sixty pounds Currant Money 
of Virginia to be Compleated by the Last day of November 
Next at w*"** time if the above worke is finnished and Compleated 
then this Vestry Agrees to pay the said Clark the sum of Sixty 
pounds [93] pounds Currant Money as aforesaid and in Default 
thereof to pay Lawfull Interest untill the said sum is paid the said 
Clark for the Service above said. 

On the Motion of Robert Boiling William Stark Theo" Bland 
and Stephen Dewey Leave is given them to Builde for Each of 



112 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

there Familyes a Seperate pew in the Galery of the Brick Church 
at there one Expence. 

Test John May Ju'r Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristoll Parish The 
23d of May 1743. 

Presant. Mr. Robert Ferguson Minister, Theo* Bland, Peter 
Jones Churchwardens, Wm. Stark, Theo" Feild, Cha' Fisher, 
Tho" Short, Rob* Boiling. 

David Walker Vestry man & Churchwarden for the Parish of 
Bath having by the directions of the Vestry of the s* Parish 
Made a demand of fiftee[n] Pounds of Tob° for Every Tithable 
person of this Parish persuant to an act of y" Last Session of 
Assembly: but forasmuch as we conceive a greater sum is due 
from y^ s* Parish of Bath for thier proportion of the Parocial 
charge from Laying the Levey the 12th October 1741 to the di- 
vitions taking place persuant to the Said act and having under- 
stood from Several of the Members of the House of Burgises 
that it was not only thier oppinion, but the general Sence of that 
worshipfull House as most reasonable the said Parish should beare 
their proportion of that charge to the divition, 

It" Thierfore order** that the Church wardens of this Parish 
Make a demand and Settle the differance in the most amicable 
& Just Manner w"* the Vestry or Church wardens of the said 
Parish, and report their proceedings to the Next Vestry. 

RoBT. Fergusson Min'. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristoll Parish the 6th 
day of August 1744. 

Present. Coll. Robert Boiling, Cap* Theodorick Bland, Cap* 
Charles Fisher, Mr. Thomas Short, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap* Wil- 
liam Eppes, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Mr. George Smith. 

Ordered that the severall Returns of the Processioners be Re- 
corded In a Book to be provided by the Church Wardens for 
that purpose. 

£94] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for the Parish of 
Bristoll July y" i8th 1743. 
Present. The Rev* Rob* Fergusson Minister, Cap' Theo** 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 113 

Bland, Cap* Peter Jones, C. W., Coll" Rob* Boiling, Maj' Wm. 
Poythress, Cap* Wm. Stark, Mr. Steph** Dewey. 

The Church warthens of this parish having reported that in 
persuance of an order made at a vestry for this Parish dated 23d 
may 1743 they had made application to the Church wardens of 
the Parish of Bath: & made a demand ol the Tob° supposed to 
be due to the Parish of Bristoll: & to Settle the differances be- 
tween the s** Parishes in the most amicable & Just manher as 
the said order directed: and as the said Church warthens of Bath 
insisted on the Tob" directed by the Act for devision of the Pa- 
rishes of that & Bristoll, without making any allowance for what 
the said Parish of Bristoll conceived the s** Parish of Bath was 
chargable with as thier Proportion of the Publick Charge before 
the devision of the s* Parishes took place, they propos* to the s** 
Church wardens of Bath to refer the differances between them 
to the determination of the next assembly concerning the Inten- 
tion of the Legislators at the making the Act for the division of 
the s* Parishes, which the said Church wardens refus* to do, 
without the Vestry of the Parish of Bristol would oblige them- 
selves to lay before the House all the accounts of the said Parish 
of Bristoll; which this Vestry conceive to be needless; as the 
accounts of the s* Parish were laid before the House at the time 
of the making that Act, & no opposition was made by the Parish 
of Bristoll or any Body for them upon the petion of ye Said 
Parish of Bath for the said division: And thierfore are for Sub- 
mitting the whole affair to the determination of the next Assem- 
bly without any Limitation. 

Rob't Fergusson, Min^ 

[95] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for the Parish of 
Bristoll the 22d of Aug"* 1743. 

Presant. Cap* Theo' Bland, Cap* Peter Jones, C. W., Coll' 
Rob' Boiling, Cap* Cha" Fisher, Maj'Wm. Poythress, Cap* Wm. 
Epes, Cap* Wm. Stark, Mr. Geo"^ Smith, Mr. Theo" Feild, Mr. 
Thos. Short. 

Ordered, that James Sturdivant & John Gilliam (with the 
freeholders of thier Presinct) Possession from Puddle dock Run 
to the lower end of the Parish, between the River & the main 



114 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Road. That Miles Thweatt & Sam* Jordan (with the free- 
holders of thier perscient) Procession from Puddle Dock Run to 
the Notaway Road, and as far out as Black water. That Wni. 
Parsons & John Buttler (w*** the freeholders of thier Persinct) 
Procession from Puddle dock Run to Lieutenants Run between 
the River & the great swamp and monksneck Road. That Tho' 
Jones & Wm. Eaton Jun^ Procession from Lieutenants Run to 
the Indian Town Run Including Rohowick. That James Mun- 
ford & J^bii-May (with the freeholders of thier Persinct) Pro- 
cession from the Indian Town Run to the parish Line. That 
Edw* Burchett & Tho" Chieves (with the freeholders of thier 
Persinct) Procession between Blackwater Swamp & the Second 
Swamp from Ja' Baugh's path down to the Parish Line between 
the Said Swamps. That Cha' Gee & Peter Tatam (with the 
freeholders of thier Persinct) Procession the Land between Joans 
hole Road between the County & Parish Lines & Warwick 
Swamp. That Rich* Rains & Cuth** Williamson (with the free 
holders of thier Presinct) Procession the Lands from Warwick 
swamp to the Parish Line between Jones hole Road & Notaway 
Road. That James Butler & Ja" Pittillo (with the freeholders 
of thier Persinct) Procession the Lands from Monksneck Bridg, 
to Rowanty Brig. That Wm. Archer & Sal' Vaughan with the 
freeholders of thier Presinct, Procession from the Monksneck 
Road up the north side of Monsneck & Hatchers Run to 
the Parish Line. [96] That Tho' Hardaway & Ab" Ally 
(w** the freeholders of thier Presinct) Procession from the 
Notaway Road up as far as Monksneck Road. That Jo' 
Rives & Dan' Sturdivant w*** the freeholders of thier Presinct 
Procession from Ja' Baugh's Path between Black water and 
Second Swamp to Monksneck Road. That John Chambless & 
Chris' Golightly (w*" the freeholders of thier Persinct) Proces- 
sion from the Parish Line up to the great branch of Warwick. * 
That Peter Leeth & Rich* Gary (w*" the freeholders of thier 
Prescinct) Procession from the great Branch of Warwick be- 
tween Warwick and Second Swamp; to Monksneck Road. That 
Edw* Winfield & Joseph Tucker (w'*" the freeholders of thier 
Perscinct) Procession from the County Line between Stony 
Creek & the Fox Branch; up to the Parish Line. That Geo. 
Smith & Roger Daniel (w*" the freeholders of thier Prescinct) 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



115 



Procession between the Fox Branch & Monksneck up to the 
Parish Line. 

Or^ier^ that the Several Persons above Mention* do appoint 
and avertize the time for Processioning the Several Lands within 
thier Several Perscincts between the Last day of Sep* and the 
Last day of March; and make return of thier Proceedings as 
the Law directs. 

Order^ that Sam' Gordon be appointed a Vestryman of this 
Parish in the room of Step" Dewey. 

Order* that the Churchwardens pay Coll* Rob* Boiling Nine 
hundred & fifty Pounds of Tob" (out of the Parish Tob** in thier 
hands) for runing the Line between This Parish & Bath. 

ROBT. BOLLING. 



[97] 



Bristol Parish Dr. 



At a vestry held at the Brick Church the 13th of October 1743. 

Present. The Reverend Robert Fergusson Minister, Cap* 
William Starke, Cap* Theodorick Bland, Major William Poy- 
thress, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Mr. Thomas 
Short, Cap* Charles Fisher, Mr. George Smith, Mr. Sam' Gor- 
don. 

L 
16,000 
640 
1,400 
1,000 
0,250 
0,250 
600 
400 
600 
600 
600 
600 
400 
350 
150 



To the Reverend Robert Fergusson minister, . 
To 4 p c* on Ditto for cask, .... 
To John May Gierke of the Vestry & Brick church 
To George Williams clerk, .... 
To Thomas Clemmonds Sexton, 
To Abraham Alley Sexton, .... 
To Ann Newhouse for John Brown, 

' To James Pittillo, 

To Mary Barret For Cap* Stark, 

To Mary Delawayhay for Honour Whitmore, . 

To Francis Lee for mary Hall, 

To Thomas Tedstill for John Ledbetter, . 

To Mary Alley, 

To Mary Hall Richard for Sintale, . 

D* for Charles Leath, 



116 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Samuel Jordan 1 

> pattrolers. 
To Instance Hallj 
To Drury Thweat, . 
To Cap* William Stark, . 
To Samuel Gordon, 
To Cap* Theodorick Bland, 
To James Thompson, 



jCi: 8:ia 
i: 12: o. 
i: 14: o, 
4: 13: 10. 



9: 8: 8 
To Drury Thweat for carrying Barry and his wife to 

Brandon Parish, 

To Tobaco toward discharging y^ Parish debts, 
To Collection, 



Bristoll Parrish Cr. 
By 766 Tithables @ 50. f) Pole, 



50 
32 



70 

12,090 

2,168 

38,300 
38,300 



Ordered that Peter Jones and Theodorick Bland be continued 
Church Wardens y" Ensueing Yeare. 

Ordered that y* Church wardens Receive of Every Titheable 
person fifty pounds of neet Tobaco for there parish Leavy and 
on Refussal or Nonpayment to Leavy the same by distress. 

Robert Fergusson Minister. 

[98] at a vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol Parish the 
6th day of August 1744. 

Present. Coll. Robert Boiling, Cap* Theodorick Bland, Cap* 
Charles Fisher, Mr. Thomas Short, Cap* Peter Jones, Cap* Wm. 
Eppes, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Mr. Geo. Smith. 

Ordered that the Several Returns of the processioners Be 
Recorded in a book to be provided by the Church Wardens for 
that Purpose. 

Ordered that the Church Wardens Agree with some Person 
on the best terms they can to carry Rich** Sentale a poor person 
to the Spring on New River for the Recovery of his health. 

Ordered that Representation of the unequal Division of Bris- 
tol Parish be drawn up by the church Wardens of the Said Par- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 117 

ish Ready to be Signed and Certified at the next court to be held 
for Receiving and (^ertifieing all propositions and Greviances to 
the next assembly and that Coll. Rob* Boiling, Cap* William 
Starke & Mr. Theodorick Bland attend the house in behalf of 
this parish when the Subject matter of the Said Representation 
shall be ordered by the house to be taken into Consideration. 

Robert Bolling. 

[99] Bristol Parish — at a Vestry held at the Brick Church y*" 9th 
September 174^ 

Present. Tlie Keverend Mr. Robert Fergusson min', Coll. 
Robert Bolling, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Maj^ William Poythress, 
Mr. Samuel Gordon, Cap* William Stark, Mr. Thomas Short, 
Cap* Theodorick Bland, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. George Smith. 

Ordered that Coll. Robert Bolling Mr. William Stark and Mr. 
Theodorick Bland or any of them attend the worshipful the 
house of Burgeses in behalf of this parish upon the Subject mat- 
ter of A Representation Signed and Certified to the present Gen* 
assembly now Sitting at the time the house will please to take 
the Same into Consideration and that the Said Gentlemen Lay 
before the house an Extract of the Vestrys minutes Concerning 
the publick Charges of this parish as it Stood undivided from a 
meeting of the Vestry the 14th October 1741 for Laying the 
Levy till y" first of September 1742 when the act for dividing 
the Said parish of Bristol took Place & to obtain. y* Sense of the 
house wheither the parish of bath were not to pay their propor- 
tion of the publick Charg till that time as they had Equal ad- 
vantages in all Respects which Severall worthy members of the 
house informed us was their Sense & beleaved it to be the Gen' 
Sense of the house and that y* 15 L of tobacco Levied by the 
Said act upon the inhabitants of this parish for y* parish of Bath, 
was only in Consideration of publick Buildings and Purchasing 
a Glebe and therupon this Vestry derected their church-wardens 
to apply to the Said parish of bath for their proportional part of 
the charge till ye Said Division took place, which the Vestry of 
Bath absolutely Refused to pay pretending they were Exempted 
by the Said act for Division which is humbly Submitted for De- 
termination to the assembly. 

And that the Gentlemen above Said petition the assembly in 
behalf of this parish that a bill may be Brought into the house 



118 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



for Selling a Glebe now in the parish of Dale Purchased by ye 
parish of Bristol as it Stood undivided From ye Said parish and 
that Bristol parish be paid their Proportion of the monney aris- 
ing from Such Sale [loo] according to the number of Titheables 
at the Division and also that the church ornaments of Velvet 
fringed with Gold and Silk having Bristol parish in a Cypher 
imbrodered with Gold and Silk and such plate as have the name 
of ye Said Parish Engraved thereon now in possession of ye 
parish of dale be Returned to the Said parish of Bristol. 

Robert Fergusson. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church October the 12th 1744. 

Present, the Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Min', Cap' 
Wm. Stark, Maj' Wm. Poythress, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. Sam- 
uel Gordon, Charles Fisher, Cap* Wm. Eppes, Mr. Theophilus 
Feild, Mr. Theodorick Bland. 



Bristol Paris. Dr. 

To the Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson, . 

To George Smith elk of the Vestry and Brick Church, 

To George Williams elk Jones hole, . 

To Abraham ally Sexton, . . . . 

To Tho' Clemmonds Sexton, .... 
vTb John Brown for keeping ann Newhouse, 

To Mary hall For Francess Lee, 

To D" for Richard Sintale, .... 

To Richard Ally for his mother. 

To Cap* Wm. Eppes for delawahay, . 

To Edward Birchit for Tudstil, .... 
"" To Instance Hall for Olive Poxen, 
'^ To Mr. Samuel Gordon for cloaths for poor people, 

To Cap* Wm. Stark for an Account, . 

To Samuel Tatam, . 

To Colo. Boiling for an account 

To John Williams for his Sister 

To Francis Degern, . 

to John Floyde for mary Banks 

To Burwell Green for his Levy Being a patroler, 




16,640 
1,050 
1,000 
0,250 
0,250 
0,600 
0,600 
1,000 
0,400 

150 

642 

1,000 

670 

391 
500 
488 
600 
400 
83 
50 



26,764 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 119 

[loi] To Peter Jones for collecting 400 for more 

Leys than was Listed, 24 

To John may for ser\'ing two Sundays not formaly 

accounted for, 53 

To Cap' Isham Eppes for paying Chain Carriers & 

attending thesurveyer at running the parish Line, 100 

To Wm. Stark for Mary Barret, .... 600 v^ 

To tobaco towards Discharging the parish Debts, . 5,360 

To 6 ^ C for Collecting, i,974 

34»875 
By 775 Tithables at 45 ^' pole, . . . ^,875 

Ordered that the Church wardens of this parish receive of 
Each tithable 45 L of Neet tobaco for their parish Levy for the 
insuing Year and in case of Refusial or nonpayment to Levy the 
Same by Distress and pay the Same to the Seve' Creditors to 
whome they are proportioned. 

ordered that Cap* Peter Jones and theodorick Bland pay the 
monney in their hands to Maj"^ wm. poythress. 

Ordered that the parish Ceditors be paid in tobaco which for 
the Insewing year is to be computed at 14' Currancy ^ hundred. , 

Ordered that Mathias Howard be set Levy free. \ 4 v v ^ ^ '' 

Ordered that cap* Charles Fisher and Mr. Samuel Gordon Be 
Church wardens for the insewing Year. 

Ordered that the several parish accounts Be filed. 

Ordered that Wm. Butler Sen' be set Levy free. \ , 

Robert Fergusson min'. 

[102] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church February y*" 27: 
i74t- 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Colo. 
Robert Boiling, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Maj' William Poythress, 
Mr. Thomas Short, Cap* Peter Jones, Mr. George Smith. 

Whereas the Vestry of Bath parish have caused the Vestry of 
this to be Summoned to appear before the honourable the Gen- 
eral Court on the First day thereof on the penalty of 100* Each 
Vestryman to answer their bill in Chancery Exhibited by Wil- 
liam Jones and John Jones Church -wardens for the said parish, 



120 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



it is therfore Ordered that Mr. Wm. Stark Mr. Iheophilus 
Feild and Mr. Samuel Gordon attend the honourable the Ge* 
Court on the first day thereof in behalf of this parish Pursuant 
to their Order dated the Second November 1744. that they 
employ such Councel as they think fit for the defence of this 
parish and take such Transcripts from the Records of the Vestry 
as they think Necessary for that Purpose. 

Robert Fergusson Min'. 
At a Vestry held at the Brick Church October nth 1745. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson minister, Mr. 
Samuel Gordon. Cap* Charles Fisher, C. W., Colo. Robert Boi- 
ling, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Cap' Peter Jones, Mr. Geo. Smith, 
Cap' William Eppes. 

Bristoll Parish Dr. 



To the Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson, 
To Geo. Smith Clk Vestry and Brick church. 
To Arares For Last year, 
To Geo. Williams Clk Joneshole, 
To Abraham Ally Sexton, 
Tp Thomas Clemmonds Sexton, 
^To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 
To Rich"* Alley for his mother, 
To Edward Birchet for Tudstill, 
To Mary hall for olive poxen, . 



16,640 
1,400 
205 
1,000 
250 
250 
600 
600 
700 
800 



22,445 

[103] Brought over, 22,445 

To Samuel Tatum, 500 

To John Williams for his Sister, .... 150 

To Daniell Vaughan for keeping Margret w°', . . 561 

To Frances Disshon, 400 

To Mary Barret, 606 

To Frances haddon for keeping Rich* Sental, . . 57 1 
To Tho' Clemmonds for Burning Round Joneshole 

Chappie two years Past, 100 

To Colo. Boiling for Running the parish Line, . i»375 
To Mr. Theophilus Feild for Summondsing five Mark- 
ers and attending three days, .... 190 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 121 

To William hardaway three days, .... 90 

To John Birtchet three days, 90 

To Wm. wells Junier three days, .... 90 

To Solomon Crook three days, .... 90 

To Joseph Crook two days, 60 

To Drury Thweat according to a following Order of 

vestry, 50 

To Cap* William Stark for Sundries to Olive poxen 

Amounting to Sio. 10*, 78 

To Tobaco towards discharging the parish debts, . 9, 805 

To 6 f^ C for Collection, 2,241 



Bristol parish Cr. 



39,886 



By 880 Tithables at 45 "^ pole, .... 39,600 

By a Ballance due by Cap* Fisher, .... 286 

39,886 



Ordered that the Church wardens of this parish Receive of 
Every Titheable person 45* of neet Tobaco as their parish Leavy 
and in Case of Refusial or nonpayment to levy the Same by dis- 
tress and to pay the Several Sums to the parish Crediters to 
whome they proportioned. 

[104] Bristol parish Cr. 

By 6,035* Tobaco sold at, • • • 35- o- i/4 

By one fine, 2. 10. 



£2>7' 10. I'A 



Bristol parish Dr. 



To Colo. William Poythress for Ballance due 

to him, 7. 14. 6 

To Francess haddon for carrying Rich"* Sen- 
tal to the Spring on new River and 
Bringing him back again, ... 21. 

To Mr. Theophilus Feild to Give to a Lawor 
to be employed in the Disbute Betwixt 
Bath parish and this, .... 5. 



1. 17. 

1. 18. 


6 


37. 10. 


i>^ 



/ 

/ 



122 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To D° for his trouble in going to Williams- 
burg in behalf of this parish, 
Ballance due from Cap* fisher, 



V 

V It is ordered that Drury Thweat Constable be paid by the 

Churchwardens of this parish 50' of Tobaco for his trouble in 

Removing John holmes a Vagrant from this parish to the Next 

%C 7" Constable two difrant times in order to be carried into westopher 

^ / parish tn Charfes Citty County pursuant to a w'arrant' Directed 

! to him for that purpose und' the hand of Theodorick Bland 

I Gent, one of his majesties Justices of the peace for the County 

of Prince George and that the wardons apply to the Churchwar- 

^ dens of westopher parish to Reimburse the Said 50* of Tobaco 

to this parish. 

, it is ordered that John Brown a weak and infurm Person be 

Set Levy Fre. 

Robert Fergusson min'. 

[105] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church august 25th 1746. 

Present. The Rever* Mr. Robert Fergusson, Colo. Rob* Boi- 
ling, Mr. Samuel Gordon, Maj' Peter Jones, Cap* Charles Fisher, 
Mr. Theophilus Feild, Cap* William Stark. 

This Day Mr. James Boiseau Mr. Hugh Miller & Mr. James 
Murray were Chosen and Appointed Vestrymen For this parish 
in the room of Cap* Thomas Short Deceas** of Maj' Theodorick 
Bland & Maj' James Munford who have moved out of this Parish. 

Robert Fergusson. 

At a Vestry held for Bristol parish March the 23d 174^. 

Presant. The reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Rob- 
ert Boiling, James Murray, William Poythress, Samuel Gordon, 
William Starke, Hugh Miller, Charles Fisher, James Boisseau. 

This day Maj' Theoderick Bland was chosen & Appointed 
Vestryman for this Parish in the room of Maj' Peter Jones who 
is Moved out of the parish. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vesiry. 



BklSTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



.123 



At a Vestry held for Bristol parish April 5th 1747. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson, Minister, 
Robert Boiling, Theoph* Feild, William Poythress, Samuel Gor- 
don, Charles Fisher, Hugh Miller, William Starke, James Bois- 
seau. 

Ordered That Charles Fisher and Will" Eppes Churchwardens 
agree with workmen to Cover, Lath, fill in, and Loft the Quar- 
ter on the Glebe, and to make windows in the Ends of the Dwel- 
ling house, two at Each End sasht, to slide up, to give Air to 
the Rooms. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestr>'. 

[106] At a Vestr>' held for Bristol parish September 29th 1746. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, 
Coll" Robert Boiling, Mr. James Murray, Cap* William Starke, 
Mr. James Boisseau, Cap' Charles Fisher, Mr. Hugh Miller, 
Cap^ William Eppes, Mr. Theophilus Field, Coll" William Poy- 
thress, Mr. George Smith. 



Bristol parish Dr. 

To Mr. Robert Fergusson, 

To George Smith Clk Vestry and Brick Church 

To George Williams Clk Jones hole. 

To Abraham Alley Sexton, 

To Tho* Clemonds Ditto, . 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Richard Alley for his Mother, 

To Edward Birchett for Tudstill, 

To Dan* Nance for Olive poxon, 

To Samuel Tatum, .... 

To Dan* Vaughan for Marg' Williams, 

To Francis Dison, .... 

To Mary Barrett, .... 

To Mary Hall for Rich* Sental, 

To Elizabeth Hill 

To Rossanna Saunders, . 

To Samuel Lee for two Coffins for Hudsons wife and 

son, 



16,640 
1,400 
1,000 
250 
250 
600 
600 
700 
800 
500 
1,000 
400 
600 
900 
400 
400 

140 



124 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOfc. 

To William Vaughan for keeping George Williams 

Child i8 Mo', 1,150 

To Sam* Lee Jun' for takeing Hudsons son Robert, 200 
To Old Church Wardens for secretaries and sherrifs 

fees, 147 

To Mary Hall for keeping Hudsons Girl Ann, . . 400 
To Tobb° to be Levied for Buying Books & Orna- 
ments for the Churches, 4*504 

To 6 ^ C* for Collecting, i,979 



34,960 



Contra Cr. 

By Ballancedue from Cap* Fisher ^ Acc\ . . 51 1^2 

By 920 Tythables at 38' Tobb' ^ pole, . .34,960 

Bristol Parish in Cash Dr. 

To Mr. Fields Ace* Chargis Attending the Suit, . 3. 17. 5 
To Cap' Starks Ace', 2. 18. i 

Contra Cr. 

jr s. d. 

By Ball' due from Cap* Fisher, 9. 14. 11 

[107] Ordered that Cap' Charles Fisher pay the Ballancesdue 
to Mr. Field and Cap' Starke as here Stated out of the parish 
money in his hands. 

As Also that he pay of Immediately James Sturdivants Bond 
of £40 with the Interest due thereon. 

Ordered that Cap' Charles Fisher and Cap* William Eppes be 
Church Wardens for the Ensueing Year. 

Ordered that the Church Wardens of this parish receive of 
Even»- Tythable person thirty Eight pounds of neat Tobbacco 
as their parish Le\y for the Ensueing Year and to pay the sev- 
eral Sums to the jxirish Creditors as they are above proportioned, 
and in Case of refusal or Xonpa^inent to Le\y the Same by 
Distress. 

Mr. James Boisseau has Assumed to pay to the Vestry the 
1. 150* Tobbacco levied for William Vaughan for keeping George 
Williams Child at the next Laying of the Levy. 

Test Richard Taylor Qk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 125 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish the 31st 
of July 1747. 

Present. The reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Coll" 
Robert Boiling, Mr. Samuel Gordon, Coll" William Poythress, 
Mr. James Murray, Mr. Theophilus Field, Mr. Hugh Miller. 

Ordered that the following persons be Appointed to procession 
the Lands in this parish in their several prescincts as followeth — 

That Richard Taylor and John Vaughan with the freeholders 
of their prescinct procession from the Nottoway road up as far 
as Monks Neck Road from the Head of Black Water to the 
River. That William Parsons Sen"^ and John Lewis Jun' with 
the freeholders of their presinct procession from Puddle Dock 
to Lievetenants runn between the River the Great Swamp and 
Monks Neck road. That Thomas Jones and William Eaton 
with the freeholders of their presinct procession from Lieveten- 
ants run to the Indian town runn, Includeing Rohowick. [108] 
That John Edwards and John May Jun' with the freeholders of 
their prescinct procession from the Indian town runn to the par- 
ish line. That Robert Birchett and Thomas Cheeves with the 
freeholders of their prescinct procession between Black Water 
Swamp and Second Swamp from James Baughs path down to 
the parish line between the said Swamps. That Charles Gee 
and Peter Tatum with the freeholders of their prescinct proces- 
sion the Lands below Jones Hole Road, between the County and 
parish lines and Warwick Swamp. That Richard Rains and 
John Burge with the freeholders of their prescinct procession the 
Lands from Warwick Swamp to the parish line between Jones 
Hole Road and the Nottaway Road. That James Butler and 
James Pettillo with the freeholders of their prescinct procession 
the Lands from Monks Neck Bridge to Rowanty Bridge. That 
William Archer and selathiel Vaughan with the freeholders of 
their prescinct procession from the Monks Neck Road up the 
North side of Monks Neck and Hatchers Runn, to the parish 
line. That Joseph Reeves and Dan^ Sturdivant with the free- 
holders of their prescinct procession from James Baughs path 
between Black Water and second Swamp to Monks Neck Road. 
That John Chamless and Christopher Golightly with the free- 
holders of their prescinct procession from the parish Line up to 
the Great Branch of Warwick. That Peter Leath and Richard 



126 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Gary with the freeholders of their prescinct procession from the 
Great Branch of Warwick between Warwick and Second Swamp 
to monks Neck Road. That John Peterson and Samuel Jordan 
with the freeholders of their prescinct procession from Puddle 
Dock Runn, to the Road that goes by Samuel Jordans planta- 
tion and from the parish Line to the Nottaway Road. [109] 
That William Batte Jun' and Drury Thweatt with the freeholders 
of their prescinct procession from the parish line to the Nottaway 
Road and from the Road Leading by Sam' Jourdans to Black - 
water. That Edward Winfield and Joseph Tucker with the free- 
holders of their prescinct procession from the County Line 
between Stony Creek and the fox Branch up to the parish Line. 
That George Smith Jun' and Roger Daniel with the freeholders 
of their prescinct procession Between the fox Branch and Monks 
Neck up to the parish Line. That James Sturdivant and John 
Gilliam with the freeholders of their prescinct procession from 
Puddle Dock Run, to Citty Creek and from the main Road to 
the river. That Burwell Green and John Sturdivant Jun' with 
the freeholders of their prescinct procession from the Citty Creek 
to the parish Line betwixt the main Road and the river. That 
William pride and Thomas Jones procession the Lotts in the 
Towns of Petersburg and Blandford. That John Whitmore and 
John Bonner with the freeholders of their prescinct procession 
from the road over Warwick Bridge to the Monks Neck road 
betwixt the two swamps. 

Ordered that the Several persons above mentioned do Appoint 
and advertize the time for Processioning the Several Lands 
within their Several prescincts between the the Last Day of Sep- 
tember and the Last day of March next, and make return of 
their proceeding as the Law Directs, and that they take Care to 
Date their several returns. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[no] At a Vestr>' held for Bristol parish the 23d of August 
1747. 
Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Coll" 
Robert Boiling, Mr. Theop' Field, Coir William Poythress, Mr. 
Hugh Millar, Cap* William Starke, Mr. James Murray, Maj' 
Theod" Bland. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 127 

Ordered That Maj' Theoderick Bland be Appointed to Collect 
the Parish Levies that are not Already Received in the room of 
Cap' Charles Fisher Deceased and to Act as Church Warden in 
his Stead. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish the Six- 
teenth Day of October 1747. 

Present. The Rever* Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Coll" 
Robert Boiling, Mr. James Murray, Coll** Will"* Poythress, Mr. 
Samuel Gordon, Cap* William Starke, Mr. James Boisseau, Mr. 
Theoph" Field, Cap* William Eppes, Maj' Theod"* Bland. 

Ordered That the Reverend Mr. Fergusson agree with work- 
men to Cover Lath fill in and Loft the Quarter on the Glebe and 
bring in his Charge to the Vestry. 

That Richard Taylor, Tarr the houses on the Glebe and bring 
in his Acco* to the Vestry. 

That the Church wardens pay of Immediately to the Exec" of 
Mr. Robert Poythress a Bond for Twenty pounds due from this 
parish with the Interest due thereon. 

That Cap* William Starke Mr. Theoph* Field and Maj' Theod^ 
Bland Settle the parish Accounts with the Administra' of Cap' 
Charles Fisher Deceased. 

That Cap' William Eppes and Maj' Theod* Bland be Appointed 
Church Wardens for the Ensueing Year. 

And that the Vestry be adjourned to Saturday the 31st Day 
of October Instant. 

Rob T. Fergusson Minister. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[hi] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish 
the Sixteenth Day of October, Instant and then adjourned 
to this day being Saturday the 31st October 1747. 

Present. Coll" Robert Boiling, Mr. James Murray, Coll" Wil- 
liam Poythress, Mr. Sam* Gordon, Mr. Theoph' Field, Mr. 
James Boisseau, Maj' Theoder* Bland. 

Bristol parish Dr. 
To the reverend Mr. Fergusson Minister, . . . 16,640 
To Richard Taylor Clerk Brick Church and Vestry, 1,800 



128 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK 



£»■ 



II. 



To George Williams Clk Jones Hole Church, 

To Abraham Alley Sexton, 

To Tho' Clemonds Ditto, at Jones Hole, 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Richard Alley for his Mother, 

To Edward Birchett for Tudstill, 

To Daniell Nance for Olive Poxen, 

To Samuell Tatum, . 

To Daniel Vaughan for Margaret Williams, 

To francis Degern, 

To James Moore for Mary Barrett, 

To Elizabeth Hill, . 

To John Lenard Keeping Hudsons Child, 

To Cap' William Starke Ball' his Acco^ ;^o. 1 1. 8 

To James Hardaway puttying Church 

windows, o. 15. o 

To Theoph' Field Expensis Attending 
Suit, 

To Mess" Murray & Gordon, 

To Richard Taylor for seats, Horse- 
block, Taring the Church and find- 
ing Tarr etc, .... 

To Coll" Poythress Horse Blocks and 
Clearing, 

To Richard Taylor, Taring Dwelling 
house and Dairy on the Glebe and 
finding Tarr, . . . . o. 18. 



I. 


7. 


6 


0. 


12. 


9 


3. 


13- 


9 


0. 


12. 






To Thomas Clemonds 

To Edward Birchett finding Tudstill Cloths, 

To Tobbacco to buy books and ornaments for the 

Churches and to pay of the parish Debts, . 
To 6 ^ C for Collecting, 

Cr. 
By 964 Tithables at 38' Tobb' f^ pole. 



1,000 
250 
250 
600 
700 
700 
800 
500 

1,000 
400 
600 
400 
380 



81 
300 

8,167 
2,064 

36,632 
36,632 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 129 

[112] Maj' Theoderick Bland Appointed Churchwarden in the 
room of Cap' Fisher Deceased haveing returned his Acco* to the 
Vestry. Ordered it be recorded. 

Ordered that Maj' Theodorick Bland settle the parish Acco** 
with the Administratrix of Cap' Fisher and that the former order 
made to settle the said Ace* be reversed. 

Ordered That the Church wardens of this parish receive of 
Every Tithable person in this parish Thirty Eight pounds of 
Neat Tobbacco as their parish Levy for the Ensueing Year and 
to pay the Several sums to the parish Creditors as they are pro- 
portioned and in Case of Refusal or non payment to levy the 
Same by Distress. 

Robert Bolling. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

Bristol Parish to Theoderick Bland Dr. 

To Thomas Clements, 76 

To George Smith, 40 

To Francis Degern, 400 

To Elizabeth Hill, 400 

To John Brown, 178 

To Hugh Miller, 76 

To William Eppes, 380 

To Theop" Field, 190 

To Wm. Vaughan, 1,150 

ToCommiss"on5,57/at6f)C, .... 334>4 
To Tobbacco on Maycox sold at 

9|6^C, . . . . ^.3. 17. o>^ Six 
To Ditto Cabbin point sold at 10 | 

2^C. .. . . . 5. II. 3H 1.095 

To Ditto on Jordans sold at 10 | 7 

^C, . . . . . II. 7. 9 2,152 
To Ditto on Boilings point sold at 

12 I ^ C, . , . . 10. 15. 8 1,79714 

£ 31. II. 9H 9,080 



130 bristol parish vestry book. 

Cr. 

By Tobb' rec* of Cap' Fishers Administratrix, . . 3,503 
By D** rec* of Sundry persons, . . . . . 5,577 



9,080 
October the 25th 1747. 

Errors Excepted ^ Theo* Bland. 

February the 29th I74J- 

William Eppes and Theoderick Bland Church -wardens of this 
parish put Instance Hall (son of John Hall Deceased) an Ap- 
prentice to William Sturdivant to serve as the Law directs, to 
learn the trade of Shoemaking. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[113] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish 
the 13th day of August 1748. 

Present. The Rever** Mr. Rob* Fergiisson Minister, Coll*" 
Robert Boiling, Mr. James Murray, Coll" Wm. Poythress, Mr. 
Hugh Miller, Maj^ Theo'' Bland, Mr. James Boisseau. 

Theoderick Bland Church Warden in the presence of the Ves- 
try Examined the records of the processioners Returns and find 
the returns Truly recorded. 

Anthony Walke Gent" is chosen and Appointed a Vestry man 
of this parish in the room of Cap* Charles Fisher Deceased, and 
that the Clerk of the Vestry give him Notice thereof. 

Ordered That Maj' Theoderick Bland Mr. Hugh Miller and 
Richard Taylor, Settle the parrish Acco" of Cap* Charles Fisher 
Deceased, betwixt this time and the Laying the parish Levie, 
And that Maj' Bland pay what Tobb' Appears to be due to Cap^ 
F^ishers Estate to his Administratrix. 

That the Church Wardens pay to Mr. Augustine Claiborn 
Seven Shillings and Six pence for a fee against Edw** Birchett 
Jun'. 

RoB*T Fergusson Min'. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



131 



[114] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish 
the Tenth Day of November 1748. 

Present. The reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Coll" 
William Poythress, Mr. Hugh Miller, Cap* William Starke, Mr. 
James Murray, Maj' Theo'* Bland, Mr. James Boisseau, Mr. Sam- 
uell Gordon. 



Bristol Parish Dr. 

To the reverend Mr. Fergusson Minister, 

To Richard Taylor Clk Brick Church & Vestry, 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole Church, 

To Abr* Alley Sexton, . 

To Tho' Clemonds Ditto, 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, . 

To Richard Alley for his mother. 

To Edward Birchet for Tudstill, 

To Dan* Nance for Olive Poxen, 

To Samuel Tatum, .... 

To Daniel Vaughan for Marg* Williams, 

To Francis Degern, .... 

To Mary Barrett, .... 

To Eliz- Hill,. 

To John Lenard keeping Hudsons Child, 
To Dan* Nance keeping Poxen Ten Days, 
To Tobbacco to be sold to buy Ornaments &c. , 
To Commission on Collecting 6 ^ C, 
To Coll* Will"* Poythress repairing 

the Glebe, .... 
To Cap' WiU- Starke ^ Acc\ 
To Richard Taylor Taring, Seats 

&cf>AccS .... 
To Mary Hall for Cureing Poxen, 

Cloths &c., .... 



10. 
10. 

8. 



2. 



16,640 

2,000 

1,000 

250 

250 

600 

700 

1,000 

800 

500 

1,000 

400 

600 

400 

380 

22 

840 

i»647 



jCS. 8. 3 29,029 



Cr. 



By 1,001 Tythables at 29' Tobb' f^ pole, . 



29,029 



132 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Ordered That Mr. James Murray and Maj' Theod* Bland be 
Church Wardens for the Ensueing year. 

That the Church Wardens Enter into Bond to the Vestry for 
Collecting the parish Levies. 

That the Church Wardens Ace** for the year past be Recorded. 

[115] That the Church Wardens provide two surplices a pul- 
pit Cloth and Communion Cloth for the Church at Jones Hole, 
and a Communion Cloth for the Brick Church to be purple. 

That the Church Wardens receive from Every Tythable per- 
son in this parish Twenty Nine pounds of Tobbacco as their 
parish Levies for the Ensueing Year, and to pay the Several 
Sums to the Parish Creditors as they are proportioned, and in 
Case of Refusal or Nonpayment to levy the same by Distress, 
and to pay the several sums of money as they are proportioned 
out of the parish money now in their hands. 

Robert Fergusson Min'. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

Bristol parish to Theoderick Bland Dr. 



To paid the rev* Mr. Fergusson 


, 








16,640 


To D'' to Richard Taylor, 








1,800 


To D' to George Williams Jun', 








1,000 


To D** to Abram Alley, . 








250 


To Tho" Clemonds, . 












331 


To John Brown, 












600 


To Richard Alley, . 












700 


To Edward Birchett, 












1,000 


To Dan* Nance, 












800 


To Samuel Tatum, . 












500 


To Dan* Vaughan, . 












1,000 


To Francis Degem, . 












400 


To James Moore, 












600 


To Elizabeth HiU, . 












400 


To John Lenard, 












380 


To 21 Insolvents at 38* Tobb' '^ pole 


•1 






798 


To 6 ^ C on 37,620 for Collecting, 








2,257 


To Tobb' sold at 13 | 2>^, 












8,210 



37,666 



bristol parish vestry book. 
Cr. 



By 964 Tythes at 38' Tobb' f^ pole, , 

By 26 D** not Listed at D^ 

By 6 ^ C on Insolvents am** to 798', 



133 



36,632 

988 

46 



37,666 



Nov' loth 1748. Errors Excepted ^ Theo'k Bland. 
Copy Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[116] Bristol parish to Theodorick Bland Dr. 



To Cash paid to Rob* Poythress Ex", 
To Intrest from the 9th February 1742 

to the 9th Feb'^ 1747, . 
To paid Cap' Wm. Starke, 
To James Hardaway, 
To Mr. Theo* Field, 
To Mess" Murray & Gordon, 
To Coll Poythress, . 
To Cap* Taylor, 
To John Lantrop by Cap' Taylors order. 
To Elements for the Sacrament & sending 

them to the Churches &c, 

Ball' due to the parish, .... 

Cr. 

By Ball' of Tobb' sold last year, 
By Benj' Fernando for a fine, . 
By Martha Ellis for a fine, 
By 8210* Tobb' at 13 | 2>^, 



£ 22. 14. 



5. 


13. 


eyi 


0. 


II. 


8 


0. 


15. 





I. 


7. 


6 


0. 


12. 


7 


0. 


12. 





4. 


12. 


3 


I. 


6. 






2. 


0. 





52. 


4- 
19- 





93. 4. I^ 



^31. 


II. 


9}i 


4. 


18. 




2. 


10. 




54. 


4- 


4 


.^93. 


4. 


i^ 



Novem' loth 1748. Errors Excepted ^ Theo'k Bland. 
Copy Test Richard Taylor Clk Vest'. 



134 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



By an order of the Court of Prince George County dated the 
15th day of February 1748 Theoderick Bland and James Mur- 
ray Church Wardens of Bristol Parish have this day put Ap- 
prentice to the reverend Mr. Robert Ferguson two Mulotto 
Children, Named Phillip and Betty son and Daughter to Ann 
Evans Deceased to Serve as the Law Directs. 

May the loth 1749. Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[117] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol Parish 
the 29th day of July 1749. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, 
Maj' Theod'' Bland, Mr. James Murray, Church Wardens, Coll" 
Robert Boiling, Mr. Samuel Gordon, Coll" William Poythress, 
Mr. Anth** Walke, Mr. Hugh Miller. 

The Vestry Judging it Necessary that an Addition be made to 
the Brick Church, have Appointed the Church Wardens to con- 
sult with skilfuU workmen about the most Convenient way, the 
said Addition is to be made, and to Report it to the next Vestry. 

Ordered That the fringe upon the Ornaments, ordered to be 
provided, be of purple and Gold. 

RoBT. Fergusson Min'. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



Bristol parish Dr. 

To the rever^ Robt. Fergusson, 

To Richard Taylor Clk brick Chur\ 

To Geo. Williams Clk Jones Hole D^ 

To Abram Alley Sexton, . 

To Tho' Clemonds D^ . 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Rich"* Alley for his Mother, 

To Edw* Birchet for Tudstil, . 

To Dan' Nance for Poxen, 

To Sam* Tatum, 

To Dan' Vaughan for Marg* Williams, 

To Fran' Degern, 

To Mary Barrett, 

ToEliz'Hill, .... 



16,640 

2,000 

1,000 

250 

250 

600 

700 

1,000 

822 

500 

1,000 

400 

600 

400 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 135 

To Jn** Lenard keeping Hudsons Child, . . 380 

To Tpbb' paid Mrs. Fisher, 840 

To Commiss" for Collecting, 1,647 

To Insolvents ^ list Amoun* to, ... . 899 

29,928 

Ball' due, 29 



29.957 

Cr. 1 Tobb' 

By 1,001 Tyths at 29* Tobb' f^ po., . . 29,029 

By 32 D* not listed, 928 

29^57 
November 4th 1749. Errors Excepted. 

Theo. Bland, Jam" Murray, C Wardens. 
Coppy Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[118] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol Parish 
the 6th November 1749. 

Present. Mr. James Murray, Coll. Theo* Bland, C Wardens, 
Coll" William Poythress, Mr. James Boisseau, Cap* William 
Starke, Mr. George Smith, Mr. Hugh Miller, Mr. Anth* Walke, 
Cap* William Eppes. 

John Crawford having almost lost his Eye sight, Ordered that 
he be Acquitted from paying parish levies for the future. 

George Williams Sen' haveing listed himself last year and this 
and being Constable, Ordered that the Collector do Acquit him 
from two levies. 

Major Gotten being very poor and not able lo work, ordered 
that he be Acquitted from paying parish levie for the future. 

That the Church Wardens petition the Court to bind out Ann 
the Daughter of Robert Hudson. 

This Day Alexander Boiling Gen* was Chosen a Vestryman in 
the Room of Robert Boiling Esq' Deceased, and the Clerk of 
the Vestry is ordered to Acquaint him therewith. 

Ordered That Coll** William poythress and Mr. James Murray 
be Church Wardens for the Ensueing Year. 

That the Church wardens Acco*" for the year past be Recorded. 



136 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



That the Church Wardens receive from Every Tythable per- 
son in this parish, Thirty three pounds of Neat Tobbac<;o, as 
their parish levie for this present year and in case of Refusal or 
Nonpayment to levie the same by Distress. And that the Church- 
wardens Enter into bond with security for Collecting the levies. 



[''9] 



1747 Bristol Parish Dr. 



To the Estate of the Reverend Mr. Fergusson de- 
ceased, 

To Richard Taylor Clk Vestry and Brick Church, 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole Church 

To Abram Alley Sexton, . 

To Thomas Clemonds Ditto, . 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Richard Alley for his Mother, 

To Edward Birchet for Tudstill, 

To Barn' Moore for Olive poxen and Clothing him 

To Cap' William Eppes for Sam* Tatem and his wife. 

To Daniel Vaughan for Margret Williams, 

To Francis Degern, 

To Mary Barrett, ...... 

To Elizabeth Hill, 

To John Lenard for Hudsons Child, 

To Cap* Wm. Epps, seats & horse Blocks at the out 

ward Church and Grubing about the Church, 
To Mr. George Currie Keeping Cyrus Steward, 
To the Reverend Mr. William procter. 
To Tobbacco to be disposed of at the Discretion of 

y** Vestry, 

To 6*^0 for Collecting, . 



Cr. 
By 1058 Tyths at 38»Tobb» ^ pole. 



14,982 

2,000 

1,000 

250 

250 

600 

700 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

400 

600 

400 

380 

200 

400 

1,000 

5,658 
2,094 

34,914 

34,914 



Test 



Wm. Poythress, Ch. warden, 
James Murray C. W. 

Richard Taylor, Clk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



137 



[i2o] 1749 I 50 At a Vestry held at the Court house for Bris- 
tol parish the Thirteenth day of March 1749 | 50. 

Present. Coll' William Poythress, Mr. James Murray, C. W., 
Cap* William Starke, Mr. Theop* Field, Mr. HUgh Miller, Mr. 
Anth* Walke, Cap' Alex' Boiling, Mr. James Bossieau. 

Mr. Eleazer Robinson is Appointed Minister of this parish for 
Twelve Months on Tryal, from the 30th of October Last and it 
is Ordered that he have possession of the Glebe this year. 

On a Complaint of William Batte Jun' that Mary Barret is very 
Infirm, Ordered that Two hundred pounds of Tobbacco more be 
allowed the said Mary Barret. 

Ordered that the Church Wardens Apply to the Adm" of the 
Rev* Mr. Fergusson Deceased to put the Glebe in Repair as the 
Law directs. 



Test 



[121] 



Wm. Povthress, James Murray, Ch. Wardens. 
Richard Taylor, Clk Vestry. 



At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish 
the Eleventh day of October 1750. 

Present. Mr. James Murray C. Warden, Coll" Theod" Bland, 
Cap' William Starke, Mr. Anth' Walke, Mr. Theop' Field, Cap' 
Alex' Boiling, Mr. Samuel Gordon. 



Bristol Parish Dr. 

To the reverend Mr. Eleazer Robinson, . 

To Richard Taylor Clk Vestry & Brick Church, 

To George Williams Clk Jones hole Church, 

To Abram Alley Sexton, .... 

To Thomas Clemonds ditto. 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Richard Alley for his Mother, 

To Edward Birchet for Tudstill, 

To Barnabas Moore for Olive poxen. 

To Samuel Tatum and his Wife, 

To Daniel Vaughan for Margaret Williams, 

To Francis Dezearn, .... 

To Mary Barrett, 



10,982 

2,000 

1,000 

250 

250 

600 

700 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

400 

800 



138 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Elizabeth Hill, 400 

yTo George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, . . . 400 

To 6 ^ C Collecting 32,430, 1*946 

To Tobb' to be disposed of at the Discretion of the 

Vestry, 8,702 



32,430 



Cr. 
By 1081 Tythables at 30^Tobbacco ^ pole, . . 32,430 

Ordered That the present Church Wardens be Continued in 
their office till the meeting of the next Vestry. That the Church 
wardens Receive from Every Tythable person in this parish, 
Thirty.^ouads,-fliLNe at Tobbacco as their parish Levie for this 
present Year, and in Case of Refusal or Nonpayment to Levie 
the same by Distress and pay to the parish Creditors as they are 
proportioned And that they Enter in to Bond with security for 
Collecting and paying the same. 

James Murray. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[122] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish 
the first day of March 1750 | i. 

Present. Coll" William Poythress, Mr. James Murray C. W., 
Cap^ William Starke, Mr. Sam* Gordon, Cap' William Epes, 
Mr. Anth** Walke, Coll" Theo** Bland, Mr. James Boisseau, Mr. 
Hugh Miller, Mr. George Smith, Mr. Theop* Field. 

Ordered That Coll*" William Poythress and Cap' Alexander 
Boiling be Church Wardens for the Ensueing Year. 
' That the Church wardens pay Edward Winfield One Thous- 
and pounds of Tobbacco for keeping Elizabeth Davies Last year, 
Out of the Tobbacco levied at Laying the last levie. 

That Coll" Theod^ Bland pay out of the money in his hands 
To Mr. James Murray ^ his Acco', . . ;^ 2. 6. 

To Doct' Robert Goldie for Poxen, . . 4. 6. 8 

To Richard Taylor for stools, ... 4. 

£6. 16. 8 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



139 



That the Reverend Mr. Eleazer Robertson be Received as 
Minister of this Parish. 

Collonel Theoderick Bland haveing proposed to build three 
pews in the Gallery in this Church, at his Own Expence it is 
Agreed by the Vestry that he shall have One of the said pews 
for the use of his family. 

Wm. Povthress» James Murray. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



[123] Bristol parish for the year 1749 Dr. 

To the Estate of the Rev** Mr. Ferguson, 

To Rich** Taylor Clerk Vestry & Church, 

To George Williams Clk Jones hole d**, 

To Abram Alley Sexton, . 

To Tho- Clemonds d^ 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Richard Alley for his Mother, 

To Edward Birchet for Tudstill, 

To Barn' Moore for Olive poxen, 

To Cap* Wm. Epes for Tatum & Wife, 

To Dan^ Vaughan for Marg* Williams, 

To Mary Barret & Fra' DeGarn. 

To Eliz' Hill 400 Jn° Lenard for Hudsons Child 380, 

To Cap* Wm. Epes Seats &c.,. 

To George Currie for Cyrus Steward, 

To the Rever^ Mr. Procter, 

To paid the Rever^ Mr. Robertson, 

To Insolvents as ^ List, . 

To Commissions for Collecting, 



To 4 Insolvents not allowed to be Deducted out of 
the 490, 



Cr. 



By 1,058 Tyths at 33 ^ pole, 
By 6 ^ C* on 627 Insolvents, 



14,982 

2,000 

1,000 

250 

250 

600 

700 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

780 

200 

400 

1,000 

5*658 

627 

2,094 

35,541 

132 



34.914 
37 



34.951 



140 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Amount brought forward, . . . . 34»95i 
By Ballance due, 590 

^5»54i 

Errors Excepted. Frans. Epes Junr., for 

James Murray & Wm. Poythress. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish the Sev- 
enteenth day of August 1751. 

Present. The Reverend Eleazer Robertson Minister, Wil- 
liam Poythress C. W., James Murray, Theoderick Bland, Sam- 
uell Gordon, Theophilus Field, James Boisseau, George Smith, 
Anthony Walke, William Eppes. 

Ordered That William Poythress, Theophilus Field and Anth* 
Walke be Appointed to Settle the parish Accounts with the Ad- 
ministratrix of Charles Fisher, and that they make their Return 
before the Laying the Next levie, and it is Agreed by Augustine 
Clairbome in behalf of the Administratrix of Charles Fisher that 
their Award be a final Determination and that the Clerk of the 
Vestry Attend them with the parish Books. 

That the persons following be Appointed to procession the 
the Lands in this parish in their several precincts as followeth. 

That Richard Taylor and John Vaughan with the freeholders 
of their precinct procession from the Nottaway Road up as far as 
Monks Neck Road from the head of Black Water to the River. 
[124] That William Parsons Jun' and Thomas Wilson with the 
freeholders of their precinct procession from Puddle Dock to 
Livetenants Runn between the River the Great Swamp and Monks 
Neck Road. That William Eaton and William pride with the 
freeholders of their precinct procession from Livetenants Runn to 
the Indian town Runn includeing Rohowick. That John Ed- 
wards and John May Jun' with the freeholders of their precinct 
procession from the Indian town Runn to the parish Line. That 
Robert Birchett and Thomas Cheves with the freeholders of their 
precinct procession between Black Water Swamp and Second 
Swamp from James Baughs path down to the parish Line Between 
the Said Swamps. That Charles Gee and Peter Tatum with the 
freeholders of their precinct procession the Lands below Jones 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 141 

Hole Road between the County and parish Lines and Warwick 
Swamp. That John Rains and John Burge with the freeholders 
of their precinct procession the Lands from Warwick Swamp to 
the parish Line Between Jones Hole Road and the Nottaway 
Road. That James Butler and James pittillo Sen' with the free- 
holders of their precinct procession the Lands from Monks Neck 
Bridge to Rowanty Bridge. That George Williams Jun' and 
Morriss Vaughan with the freeholders of their precinct procession 
from the Monks Neck Road up the North side of Monks Neck 
and Hatchers Runn to the parish Line. That Thomas Daven- 
port and Daniel Sturdivant with the freeholders of their precinct 
procession from James Baughs path, Between Black Water and 
Second Swamp to Monks Neck Road. That John Chamless 
and Christopher Golightly with the freeholders of their precinct 
procession from the parish Line up to the Great Branch of War- 
wick. That Peter Leath and Richard Gary with the freeholders 
of their precinct procession from the Great Branch of Warwick 
Between Warwick and Second Swamp tQ Monks Neck Road. 
That John Peterson and Robert Batte with the freeholders of 
their precinct procession from puddle Dock Runn to the Road 
that goes by Samuel Jordans plantation, and from the parish 
Line to the Nottaway Road. That William Batte Jun' and 
Miles Thweat Jun' with the freeholders of their precinct proces- 
sion from the parish Line to the Nottaway Road, and from the 
Road Leading by Samuel Jordans plantation to Black Water. 
[125] That Edward Winfield and Joseph Tucker with the free- 
holders of their precinct procession from the County Line Be- 
tween Stony Creek and the fox Branch up to the parish Line. 
That George Smith Jun' and Henry Daniell with the freeholders 
of their precinct procession between the fox Branch and Monks 
Neck up to the parish Line. That James Sturdivant and John 
Gilliam with the freeholders of their precinct procession from 
puddle Dock Runn to Citty Creek and from the main Road to 
the River. That Burwell Green and John Sturdivant Jun' 
with the freeholders of their precinct procession from the Citty 
Creek to the parish Line Betwixt the Main Road and the River. 
That John Whitmore and Thomas Bonner with the freeholders 
of their precinct procession from the Road over Warwick Bridge 
to the Monks Neck Road Betwixt the two Swamps. That 



142 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Thomas Jones and Thomas Egleton with the freeholders proces- 
sion the Lotts in the Towns of petersburg and Blandford. 

That the Several persons Above mentioned do appoint and 
advertise the time for processioning the several Lands, within 
their several precincts, between the last day of September and 
the Last day of March next, and make Return of their proceed- 
ing as the Law Directs, and that they take care to Date their 
several Returns. 

Wm. Poythress Church Warden. 

Test Richard Taylor, Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for ^ristol parish the 14th 
day of October 1751. 

Present. The Reverend Eleazer Robertson Minister, Wil- 
liam Poythress, Alexander Boiling, Churchwardens, Theod^ 
Bland, James Murray, Anth" Walke, James Boisseau. 

On William Baughs produceing a Certfficate from the Collec- 
tor of the parish levies for the year 1749^ and it Appearing he 
was overcharged it is Ordered that the Church Wardens Account 
with him for so much as Appears to them to be Overcharged. 

Ordered That Alexander Boiling and Jaipes Boisseau be Church 
Wardens for the Ensueing year. 



[126] 1751 Bristol parish. Dr. 

To the Rever^ Eleazer Robertson Minister, 

To Rich^ Taylor Clk Vestry & Brick Church, 

To George Williams Clerk Jones Hole Church 

To Abram Alley Sexton, . 

To Thomas Clemonds ditto, 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To the Widdow Alley for her Mother, 

To Edward Birchett lor Tudstill, 

To Barnabas Moore for Olave poxen. 

To Henry Spier for the Widdow Tatum, 

To Dan' Vaughan for Margaret Williams 

To Francis Dezearn, 

To Mary Barrett, .... 

To George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, 

To Edward Wingfield for Eliz' Davis, 



i7»i5o 

2,000 

1,000 

250 

250 

600 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

600 

1,000 

400 

800 

400 

667 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



148 



To Geo. Williams Constable Moveing Rich* Moore 

to the parish of S* Andrew in Brunswick, . . 150 

To Alexander Boiling keeping Rich** Moore 55 days, 166 
To William Gibbs Sen' Keeping Henry Reeveland 

three Months and Moveing him to Dale parish, 270 
To George Williams Sen' two levies he paid in 1748 

and 1749 being Constable, -62 

To Mary Alley Washing and Carrying Surplice &c., 150 

To be disposed of at the Discretion of the Vestry, . 6,588 

To 6 ^ C Collecting, 2,262 

37.765 

By 1079 Tyths at 35' Tobb^ ^ pole, .... 37,765 



Ordered That the Church wardens receive of Every Tythable 
person in this parish Thirty five pounds of Tobbacco as their 
parish Levie for the Year 1751 and in Case of Refusal or Non- 
payment to levie the same by Distress and pay the same to the 
parish Creditors as they are proportioned, and that they Enter 
into 'Bond, as the Law Orders. 

Wm. Poythress, Alex'r Bolling, Ch. Wardens. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[127] Bristol parish for the Year 1750 Dr. 

To the Reverend Mr. Robertson, .... 10,982 

To Rich* Taylor Clk Vestry & church, . . 2,000 

To Geo. Williams Clk Jones Hole, .... 1,000 

To Abram Alley Sextone, 250 

To Tho" Clemonds ditto, 250 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, . . . 600 

To Rich* Alley for his mother, .... 700 

To Edw* Birchett for Tudstill, 1,000 

To Barnabas Moore for Olive poxen, . . . 1,000 

To Sam' Tatem and his wife, 1,000 

To Dan* Vaughan for Marg* Williams, . . 1,000 

To Francis Dezearn, 400 

To Mary Barrett, 800 

To Geo. Currie for Cyrus Steward, .... 400 



120 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



it is therfore Ordered that Mr. Wm. Stark Mr. Iheophilus 
Feild and Mr. Samuel Gordon attend the honourable the Ge* 
Court on the first day thereof in behalf of this parish Pursuant 
to their Order dated the Second November 1744. that they 
employ such Councel as they think fit for the defence of this 
parish and take such Transcripts from the Records of the Vestry 
as they think Necessary for that Purpose. 

Robert Fergusson Min'. 
At a Vestry held at the Brick Church October nth 1745. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson minister, Mr. 
Samuel Gordon, Cap* Charles Fisher, C. W., Colo. Robert Boi- 
ling, Mr. Theophilus Feild, Cap' Peter Jones, Mr. Geo. Smith. 
Cap' William Eppes. 

Bristoll Parish Dr. 



To the Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson, 
To Geo. Smith Clk Vestry and Brick church, 
To Arares For Last year. 
To Geo. Williams Clk Joneshole, 
To Abraham Ally Sexton, 
Tp Thomas Clemmonds Sexton, 
' -To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 
To Rich* Alley for his mother, 
To Edward Birchet for Tudstill, 
To Mary hall for olive poxen, . 



16,640 
1,400 
205 
1,000 
250 
250 
600 
600 
700 
800 



22,445 

[103] Brought over, 22,445 

To Samuel Tatum, ....... 500 

To John Williams for his Sister, .... 150 

To Daniell Vaughan for keeping Margret w°*, . . 561 

To Frances Disshon, 400 

To Mary Barret, 606 

To Frances haddon for keeping Rich** Sental, . . 571 
To Tho" Clemmonds for Burning Round Joneshole 

Chappie two years Past, 100 

To Colo. Boiling for Running the parish Line, . i»375 
To Mr. Theophilus Feild for Summondsing five Mark- 
ers and attending three days, .... 190 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 121 

To William hardaway three days, .... 90 

To John Birtchet three days, 90 

To Wm. wells Junier three days, .... 90 

To Solomon Crook three days, .... 90 

To Joseph Crook two days, 60 

To Drury Thweat according to a following Order of 

vestry, 50 

To Cap* William Stark for Sundries to Olive poxen 

Amounting to Sio. IO^ 78 

To Tobaco towards discharging the parish debts, . 9,805 

To 6 fi C for Collection, 2,241 



Bristol parish Cr. 



39,886 



By 880 Tithables at 45 f^ pole, .... 39,600 

By a Ballance due by Cap' Fisher, .... 286 

39>886 

Ordered that the Church wardens of this parish Receive of 
Every Titheable person 45* of neet Tobaco as their parish Leavy 
and in Case of Refusial or nonpayment to levy the Same by dis- 
tress and to pay the Several Sums to the parish Crediters to 
whome they proportioned. 

[104] Bristol parish Cr. 

By 6,035* Tobaco sold at, . . . . 35. o. ij4 

By one fine, 2. 10. 



/37. 10. lyi 



Bristol parish Dr. 



To Colo. William Poythress for Ballance due 

to him, 7. 14. 6 

To Francess haddon for carrying Rich* Sen- 
tal to the Spring on new River and 
Bringing him back again, . . . 21. 

To Mr. Theophilus Feild to Give to a Lawor 
to be employed in the Disbute Betwixt 
Bath parish and this, .... 5. 



122 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To D° for his trouble in going to Williams- 
burg in behalf of this parish, 
Ballance due from Cap' fisher, . 



1. 17. 

1. 18. 


6 

1% 


37. 10. 


i>^ 



/ 



V. 

V It is ordered that Drury Thweat Constable be paid by the 

Churchwardens of this parish 50' of Tobaco for his trouble in 
Removing John holmes a Vagrant from this parish_to the Next 
Constable two difrant times in order to be carried into westopher 
parish in Charles Citty County pursuant to a wkrrant Dtr^cted 
to him for that purpose und' the hand of Theodorick Bland 
Gent, one of his majesties Justices of the peace for the County 
of Prince George and that the wardons apply to the Churchwar- 
dens of westopher parish to Reimburse the Said 50* of Tobaco 
to this parish. 

it is ordered that John Brown a weak and infurm Person be 
Set Levy Fre. 

Robert Fergusson min'. 

[105] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church august 25th 1746. 

Present. The Rever** Mr. Robert Fergusson, Colo. Rob* Boi- 
ling, Mr. Samuel Gordon, Maj' Peter Jones, Cap* Charles Fisher, 
Mr. Theophilus Feild, Cap* William Stark. 

This Day Mr. James Boiseau Mr. Hugh Miller & Mr. James 
Murray were Chosen and Appointed Vestrymen For this parish 
in the room of Cap* Thomas Short Deceas* of Maj' Theodorick 
Bland & Maj' James Munford who have moved out of this Parish. 

Robert Fergusson. 

At a Vestry held for Bristol parish March the 23d 174^ 

Presant. The reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, Rob- 
ert Boiling, James Murray, William Poythress, Samuel Gordon, 
William Starke, Hugh Miller, Charles Fisher, James Boisseau. 

This day Maj' Theoderick Bland was chosen & Appointed 
Vestryman for this Parish in the room of Maj^ Peter Jones w^ho 
is Moved out of the parish. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



BklSTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



123 



At a Vestry held for Bristol parish April 5th 1747. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson, Minister, 
Robert Boiling, Theoph' Feild, William Poythress, Samuel Gor- 
don, Charles Fisher, Hugh Miller, William Starke, James Bois- 
seau. 

Ordered That Charles Fisher and Will" Eppes Churchwardens 
agree with workmen to Cover, Lath, fill in, and Loft the Quar- 
ter on the Glebe, and to make windows in the Ends of the Dwel- 
ling house, two at Each End sasht, to slide up, to give Air to 
the Rooms. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[106] At a Vestry held for Bristol parish September 29th 1746. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Robert Fergusson Minister, 
Coll" Robert Boiling, Mr. James Murray, Cap* William Starke, 
Mr. James Boisseau, Cap* Charles Fisher, Mr. Hugh Miller, 
Cap* William Eppes, Mr. Theophilus Field, Coll" William Poy- 
thress, Mr. George Smith. 



Bristol parish Dr. 

To Mr. Robert Fergusson, ..... 16,640 

To George Smith Clk Vestry and Brick Church, 1,400 
To George Williams Clk Jones hole, . * 1,000 

To Abraham Alley Sexton, 250 

To Tho' Clemonds Ditto, 250 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, . 600 

To Richard Alley for his Mother, .... 600 

To Edward Birchett for Tudstill, .... 700 

To Dan^ Nance for Olive poxon, .... 800 

To Samuel Tatum, 500 

To Dan* Vaughan for Marg' Williams, . . 1,000 

To Francis Dison, 400 

To Mary Barrett, 600 

To Mary Hall for Rich** Sental, .... 900 

To Elizabeth Hill, 400 

To Rossanna Saunders, 400 

To Samuel Lee for two Coffins for Hudsons wife and 

son, 140 



148 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Smith, James Boisseau C. Wardens, William Stark, Alex' Boi- 
ling, Theoderick Bland, Thomas Williams, Sam* Gordon,Theop" 
Field, James Murray. 

Ordered that the Addition to the Church be built on the North 
side thereof. This day being the day Advertized in the Vir- 
ginia Gazette for Letting the Addition to the Church, and Wall- 
ing it in, Coll" Richard Bland being the Lowest Bidder agrees to 
do it for four hundred pounds Current money. 

James Boisseau, George Smith, C. Wardens. 

Test Richard Taylor, Clk Vestry. 

Memorandum. That the Bricks of the Addition and wall of 
the Church Yard be of the Statute Size, that the present Church 
is to be new painted, and the new Addition to be Once primed 
and twice painted. 

[131] Bristol parish for 1751. Dr. 

To the Rev** Mr. Robertson, . . . . . 17,150 

To Rich** Taylor, 2,000 

To George Williams, 1,000 

Abram Alley, 250 

Tho' Clemonds, 250 

To John Brown, 600 

Widdow Alley, 1,000 

Edward Birchett, 1,000 

Barnabas Moore, 1,000 

Henry Spire, 600 

Dan^ Vaughan, 1,000 

Fra* Dezearn, 400 

Mary Barrett, 800 

George Currie, 400 

Edward Wingfield, 667 

George Williams Sen^ 212 

Alex' Boiling, 166 

Wm. Gibbs Sen^ 270 

Mary Alley, 150 

William Baugh, 99 

Sallary Collecting, 2,307 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 149 

Insolvents ^ List, 1,050 

Tobbacco Sold, 6, 157 

38,528 
Cr. 

By 1,079 Tyths @ 35 ^ pole, 37.765 

By 20 ditto not Listed, 700 

By Commission 1,050* the Insolvents, ... 63 



38,528 



Errors Excepted. 



Frans. Epes Jun', for 
Alexand' Boiling & James Boisseau. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



Bristol parish for 1751 Dr. 
To paid Advertizeing the Addition to the Church, 
To Sacramentary Elements, .... 
To John Woobank carrying them, 

Ball' to the parish. 



o. 
2. 



5. 
o. 

15. 



o 
o 
o 



By 6,15/ Tobb' sold 14 | 2 
By Fran" Eppes part a fine. 



Errors Excepted. 





3. 0. 


. 


42. 


Cr. 


45. 0. 


a fine. 


43- 12. 2 
I. 7. 10 



45. o. o 
Alex'r Bolling. 



[132] Bristol parish for 1752 Dr. 

To the Rev* Mr, Robertson, 

To Richard Taylor Clk, 

To George Williams, 

To Abram Alley, 

To Thomas Bonner, 

To John Brown, 

To the Widdow Alley, 

To Edward Birchett, 



17,150 

2,000 

1,000 

400 

400 

600 

1,000 

415 



150 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Barnabas Moore, i,ooo 

To Henry Spire, 600 

To Daniel Vaughan, 1,000 

To Fran* Dezearn, , . ^ 400 

To Mary Barret, 800 

To George Currie, 400 

To John Crews, 1,000 

To William Browder, 500 

To Dan' Vaughan sen', 300 

To David McCullow, 35 

To Fran' Leadbetter, 400 

To Coll" poythress, 44 

To Commission on 36,800, 2,208 

To Insolvents f^ List, 896 

ToTobb'Sold 5,148 

37*696 
Cr. 

By 1,164 Tyths at 32' ^, 37,152 

By 17 Levies not Listed, 544 



37 » 696 



Errors Excepted for 



James Boisseau & George Smith. 
^ Richard Taylor. 



Bristol parish for 1752 Dr 

To paid Wiirm Nusum Glass, 

To Tho* Wells putting in d*, . 

To Sundries to Judy Harris, . 

To Robert Hobs for 2 Bolts, . 

To paid for a Lock and putting on. 

To James Murray Sacramentar>' Elements, 

To John Woobank carr>'ing them, . 

To I Gnomen for the Dyal, 

To Ballance due to the parish. 



I. 


2. 


6 


0. 


5- 


4 


0. 


14. 


4 


0. 


14- 





0. 


3- 





2. 


0. 





0, 


15- 





— 





— 


5- 


14. 


2 


32. 


5. 


IO»2 


£3»- 


0. 


0.^2 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



151 



Cr. 



By Tobb' sold 

2,120 at Boll" 15 I 4 
1,230 Jordans 15 | 

750 Maycox 14 | . 
1,048 Cab point 14 | i 



5.148 



16. 5. oj4 

9. 4. 6 

5. 5. 

7. 5. 6 

38. o. o'^ 



Errors Excepted for James Boisseau and George Smith. 

f^ Richard Taylor. 

[133] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish 
on Saturday the 17th day of November 1753. 
Present. James Boisseau, George Smith Church Wardens, 
William Starke, Hugh Miller, Theo' Field, William Eppes. 
Theo** Bland, Thomas Williams, James Murray, Sam^ Gordon, 
Alex' Boiling. 

Bristol Parish for 1753 Dr. 

To the Reverend Eleazer Robertson, . . . 17,150 

To Richard Taylor Clk Vestry and Church, . . 2,000 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole, . . 1,000 

To Abram Alley Sexton, 400 

To Thomas Bonner ditto, 400 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, . . . 600 

To the Widdow Alley for her Mother, . . . 1,000 

To Barnabas Moore for Olave poxen, . . . 1,000 

To Henry Spire for the Widdow Tatem, . . . 600 

To Dan' Vaughan for Marg' Williams, . . . 1,000 

To Francis Dezearn, 400 

To Mary Barret, 800 

To George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, . . . 400 

To John Crews for El iz' Davies, .... 1,000 

To John Edwards for Henry Warne, . . . 917 

To Dan' Vaughan Sen^ 500 

To Fran" Leadbetter for his Mother, . . . 1,000 

To 6 f^ C Collecting, 2,900 

To Tobbacco to be Sold for Cash, .... 15,293. 



48,360 



152 bristol parish vestry book. 

Cr. 

By 1,209 Tyths at 40 ^ pole, 48,360 



Ordered that the Church Wardens pay the money now in their 
hands to Coll" Richard Bland towards the Addition to the Church. 

That Mr. George Smith and Mr. Thomas Williams be Church 
wardens the Ensueing Year. 

That Mr. Stephen Dewey be Appointed a Vestryman of this 
parish in the Room of Anth" Walke who is moved out of the 
parish. 

That the Church wardens pay to Mary Cotten Six hundred 
pounds Tobb' to Maintain her son Major Cotten. Turn Over. 

[134] That the Church Wardens Collect from Every Tythable 
in this parish Forty pounds of Tobbacco for their parish Levies 
for this Year and in Case of Nonpayment to levie the same by 
Distress, and to pay the parish Creditors as they are propor- 
tioned. 

James Boisseau, Geo. Smith C. W. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish on Sun- 
day the 1 8th day of November 1753. 

Present. Theop' Field, Alexander Boiling, William Starke, 
James Boisseau, Theod^ Bland, George Smith, William Eppes, 
Thomas Williams, James Murray. 

Mr. Thomas Wilkinson is Appointed Minister of This parish 
for Twelve months, on tryal and that he have the Usual sallary 
and possession of the Glebe. 

James Boisseau, George Smith. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol parish the Sixth 
day of June 1754. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Tho' Wilkinson, Thomas Wil- 
liams Church Warden, William Starke, James Boisseau, William 
Eppes, Theoph' Field, Theod* Bland, James Murray. 

The Vestry being Satisfied with the Tryal they have had of the 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



153 



Reverend Mr. Thomas Wilkinson it is Ordered that he be 
Received as Minister of this parish. . 

Thomas Williams Church Warden. 

Test Richard Taylor Qk Vestry. 

[135] Bristol Parish to James Boisseau Dr. 

To Clark and Sherife fees 76' Tob. . . . 0120 

To I Blanket for Warne, o 10 o 

To p** Coll Bland, 5150 



due to the parish, 



6 17 o 
6 13 o 



Cr. 



£ 13 10 



By Jane Black i fine, . 
By Winifrid Alley i d' 
By Eliz' Vaughan i d", 
By phill Edwards i d', 
By Ab' Bywater i d", 



2 10 o 
2 10 o 
2 10 
050 
5 15 o 

13 10 



November 17th 1753. Errors Excepted. James Boisseau. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



1753. Bristol parish. Dr. 

To the Rev* Mr. Ele Robertson, 

To Richard Taylor Clk Vestry &c, 

To George Williams Clk, . 

To Abram Alley Sexton, . 

To Thomas Bonner Sexton, 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, 

To Barnabas Moore for poxen, . 

To the Widdow Alley for her mother, 

To Henry Spire for the widdow Tatem, 

To Dan' Vaughan for Marg' Williams, 

To Francis Dezearn, 

To Mary Barrot, .... 



2,000 

1,000 

400 

400 

600 

1,000 

1,000 

600 

1,000 

400 

800 



154 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To George Currie for Cyrus Stewart. 

To John Crews for Eliz' Davis, 

To Henry Warne by John Edwards, 

To Daniel Vaughan Sen^ 

Ty Francis Leadbetter for his moth^ 

To 6 ^ C* for Collecting, 

To Tobb' for the use of the parish, . 



400 

liooo 

917 

500 

1,000 

2,900 

33»o67 
15.293 

48,360 
48,360 



1753- Contra. Cr. 
By 1,209 Tyths at 40 ^ pole, . 

Ditto. Dr. 

To Mary Cotten ^ Order Vestry, 600 

To Mr. Tho" Williams, 

To d" Williams, . 

To Mr. Sam' Gordon, . 

To Mr. William Newsum, 

To Mr. Charles Turnbull, 

To Jerry White, . 

To Mr. John Butler, 

To Mr. Theoph" Field, . 

To Drury Thweat, 

15,293 ^87. 10. 8^ 

^753 By Tobb' for the use of the parish 15,293. 

1753 Bristol Parish Dr. 

To Cash paid Coll° R'* Bland, ... 84. 2. 8^^ 

To James Murray ^ Ord' Vestry. 

1753 Contra Cr. 
By Tobb' Sold Sundrys, 

[136] At a Vestry held at the Glebe for Bristol Parish the Fif- 
teenth day of November 1754. 
Present. The Reverend Thomas Wilkinson, Theo* Bland, 



465 @ 12 


8 


2. 


18. 


IO>^ 


357 ® 12 


3 


2. 


3- 


SH 


1,792 @ 12 


I 


10. 


16. 


sH 


i.i57>^ ® 12 


4 


7- 


2. 


SH 


3,000 @ 12 


6 


18. 


15- 





290 @ 9 


3 


I. 


6. 


10 


847 @ 8 


4 


3- 


10. 


7 


1.556 @ 9 


II 


7- 


14- 


3 


5, 228 J/2 @ 12 


8 


33- 


2. 


3 



3- 


8. 





87. 
87. 


10. 
10. 


8J4 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



155 



Stephen Dewey, James Boisseau, Theop' Field, James Murray, 
Thomas Williams, George Smith. 

Bristol parish for the Year 1754 Dr. 

To the Reverend Thomas Wilkinson, . . . 17,280 

To Richard Taylor Clk Vestry and Church, . . 2,000 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole Church, . . 1,000 

To Abram Alley Sexton, 400 

To Thomas Bonner Ditto, 400 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, .... 600 

To the Widdow Alley for her mother, . . . 1,000 

To John Kemp for Olave poxen, .... 1,000 

To Henry Spire for the Widdow Tatem, . . . 800 

To Dan* Vaughan for Marg' Williams, . . . 1,000 

To Francis Dezearn, 400 

To Mary Barret 800 

To George Currie for Cyrus Steward, . . . 400 

To John Crews for Eliz' Davis, .* . . . 1,000 

To John Edwards for Henry Warne, . . . 655 

To Dan' Vaughan Sen' 500 

To Francis Leadbetter for his Mother, . . . 1,000 

To William perkins One Levie over paid last Year, . 40 

To John Davis One D*, 40 

To Steph' Dewey drawing a Deed for poxens Estate, 100 

To Coll" poythress Insolvents Last Year, . . 1,061 

To 6 ^ C Collecting, 3,375 

To Tobbacco to be sold for the use of the parish, . 21,399 

56,250 

By i,25oTythsat45f)pole, 56,250 



Ordered that the Churchwardens pay to James Murray three 
pounds Eight Shillings for Sacramentary Elements Sc Carrying 
them last year. 

That Coll" William poythress have leave to Inclose a piece of 
Ground for a Burying place for his Family tho* the Same should 
be within the Walls of the Church Yard, provided that he inlarge 
the same so as that the Yard Includes the Same Superficial Meas- 



156 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

ure (Exclusive of the said piece of Ground) as the present Yard 
to be Walled is to Include. 

[137] Ordered That the surveyor of the County be Applyed 
to, to Lay of the Glebe land, and that Mr. Lewis parham be 
Acquainted with the time, and the Church Wardens to Attend 
the Laying of the Same. 

That Mr. Thomas Williams and Mr. Stephen Dewey be Ap- 
pointed Churchwardens for the Ensueing Year. 

That the Church wardens recieve from Every Tythable person 
in this parish Forty Five pounds of Tobbacco for their parish 
Levie for this present Year, and in Case of Nonpayment to levie 
the same by Distress, and to pay the parish Creditors as they 
proportioned. 

That Theoderick Bland, Theop' Field, Alex' Boiling, and 
James Boisseau or any three of them do view the Several houses 
on the Glebe, and to agree with undertakers to make Such Re- 
pairs and Additions as they shall think Necessary. 

Thos. Wilkinson Min'. 

Geo Smith, Thomas Williams Church Wardens. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

In Obedence to an Order of the Vestry of Bristol parish we 
the Subscribers met on the Glebe of the Said parish and viewed 
the mantion house of the said Glebe which we find to be much 
out of Repair, the Sills much decay' d and the workmanship of 
the whole house so badly performed in Every Respect, that we 
offer it to the Vestry as our Opinions that the most Frugal way 
will be to make only such repairs as will make the house habita- 
ble until the Vestry shall think proper to build a new house^ 
which we think Absolutely necessary, to be done. 

Given under our hands this 4th day of December 1754. 

T. Feild, Theo'k Bland, 

James Boisseau, Alex*r Bolling. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[138] At a Vestry held at the Glebe for Bristol parish the Sec- 
ond day of August 1755. 

Present The Reverend Thomas Wilkinson Minister, Thomas 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 157 

Williams Church Warden, Theophilus Field, Samuell Gordon, 
Theoderick Bland, James Boisseau, James Murray, George 
Smith. 

Ordered that the persons following be Appointed to procession 
the Lands in this parish in their Several precincts as Followeth. 

That Richard Taylor and John Vaughan with the Freeholders of 
their precinct procession from the Nottaway Road to Livetenants 
Runn, and up the Said Runn to the head of Ravenscrofts Land 
Includeing the Glebe, and from the head of Black Water to the 
Main Road. That William parsons Jun' and Thomas Willson 
with the Freeholders of their precinct procession from puddle 
Dock to Livetenants Runn between the River the Great Swamp 
and Monks heck Road. That William Eaton and Halcott pride 
with the Freeholders of their precinct procession from Liveten- 
ants Runn to the Indian town Runn Includeing Rohowick. 
That John Edwards and John May Jun' with the Freeholders 
of their precinct procession from the Indian town Runn to 
the parish line. That Robert Birchett and Edward Birchet 
Jun' with the Freeholders of their precinct procession Between 
Black Water swamp and Second Swamp from James Baughs 
path down to the parish Line Betwixt the Said Swamps. That 
Charles Gee and William Chamliss with the Freeholders of 
their precinct procession the Lands Below Jones Hole Road 
between the County and parish Lines and Warwick Swamp. 
That John Rains and John Burge with the Freeholders of their 
precinct procession the Lands from Warwick Swamp to the par- 
ish Lines between Jones Hole Road and the Nottaway Road. 
That Francis Haddon and William perkins with the Freeholders 
of their precinct procession the Lands from Monks Neck Bridge 
to Rowanty Bridge. [139] That George Williams and Morriss 
Vaughan with the Freeholders of their precinct procession from 
the monks neck Road up the North Side of Monks neck and 
Hatchers Runn to the parish line. That Thomas Davenport and 
Dan* Sturdivant with the Freeholders of their precinct procession 
from James Baughs path Between Black Water and Second 
Swamp to monks neck Road. That John Chamliss and Chris- 
topher Golightly with the Freeholders of their precinct proces- 
sion from the parish Line up the Great Branch of Warwick. 
That peter Leath and Richard Geary with the Freeholders of 



158 BRISTOl. PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

their precinct procession from the Great Branch of Warwick 
between Warwick and Second Swamp to monks Neck Road. 
That John peterson and Robert Batte with the Freeholders of 
their precinct procession from puddle Dock Runn to the Road 
that goes by Sam* Jordans plantation, and from the parish Line 
to the Nottaway Road. That William Batte and Miles Thweat 
Jun' with the Freeholders of their precinct procession from the 
parish Line to the Nottaway Road and from the Road leading 
by Sam' Jordans to Black Water. That Francis Moreland Sen' 
and Joseph Tucker Jun' with the freeholders of their precinct 
procession from the County Line between Stony Creek and the 
Fox Branch up to the parish line. That David Abernathy and 
Bennet Kerby with the Freeholders of their precinct procession 
Between the Fox Branch and Monks Neck up to the parish Line. 
That James Sturdivant and John Gilliam with the Freeholders of 
their precinct procession from puddle Dock Runn to Citty Creek 
and from the main road to the River. That Burwell Green and 
John Sturdivant Jun' with the Freeholders of their precinct pro- 
cession from the Citty Creek to the parish line Between the main 
Road and the River. That John Whitmore and James Cole 
with the Freeholders of their precinct procession from the Road 
OverWarv^ick Bridge to the Monks Neck Road Betwixt the 
two Swamps. That Thomas Evans and James Harrison with the 
Freeholders of their precinct procession the Lands on the South 
Side Stony Creek in this parish, which was taken out of Bath 
parish, to the parish Lines. 

[140] Ordered that Thomas Jones and Thomas Egleton with 
the Freeholders procession the Lotts in the towns of petersburg 
and Blandford. 

That the several persons before mentioned to Appoint and 
Advertize the time for processioning the Lands within their sev- 
eral precincts between the Last day of September and the Last 
day of March next, and make return of their proceeding as the 
Law Directs, and that they take Care to Date their Several 
Returns. 

That a stable Twenty feet Long and Sixteen feet wide, and 
Seven feet pitch be Built on the Glebe by Mr. William Eaton, 
and a Shed at One End of the Barn now Built, the Width of the 
Barn and Eight feet out, both the Stable and Shed to be shingled 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



159 



with heart Shingles, and a Gate to be made to the Glebe house 
as Mr. Wilkinson shall Direct, to be paid at the same time that 
he is paid for the Other Repairs. 

Thomas Williams Church Warden. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Glebe for Bristol parish the Twenty 
Fifth day of November 1755. 

Present. The Reverend Thomas Wilkinson, Stephen Dewey, 
Tho' Williams Church Wardens, Theophilus Field, Samuel Gor- 
don, James Murray, James Boisseau, Hugh Miller, George 
Smith, William Eppes. 

Ordered That Thomas Williams pay the money now in his 
hands due to the parish to William Eaton towards the work he 
has done on the Glebe, he Allowing 5 ^ C* Discount. 

The Vestry have Adjourned to Thursday next to meet at the 
Brick Church at Eleven O Clock. 

Thomas Williams, Church Warden. 
Stephen Dewey Church Warden. 

Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

[141] The Vestry According to Adjournment have met at the 
Brick Church this 27th November, 1755. 
Present. The same Vestry as on Tuesday and Theod* Bland. 



Bristol parish for 1755 Dr. 

To the Reverend Thomas Wilkinson Minister, 

To Richard Taylor Clk Vestry and Brick Church, 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole, 

To Abram Alley Sexton, . 

To Thomas Bonner ditto. 

To John Brown for Ann Newhouse, . 

To the Widdow Alley for her Mother, 

To John Kemp for Olave poxen. 

To Henry Spire for the Widdow Tatem, 

To Dan* Vaughan for Margaret Williams, 

To Francis Dezearn to be paid Geo. Smith, 



17,280 

2,000 

1,000 

400 

400 

300 

1,000 

1,000 

800 

1,000 

125 



IGO 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To Mary Barret, 

To George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, 

To John Crews for Eliz' Davis, 

To John May /or Henry Wame, 

To Daniel Vaughan Sen^ 

To Francis Leadbetter for his Mother, 

To Major Cotten, 

To John Watkins for Ann Newhouse 6 Months 
To Francis Dezeam, .... 
To Thomas Willson for Judith Nance 5 Months 
To Stephen Dewey for Ditto 4 Months, . 
To David Smith for Insolvents, 
To Benj* Watkins Surveying the Glebe, . 
To Tobbacco to be Sold, , . . . 
To 6 f^ C Collecting, 



Cr. 
By 1,343 Tyths at 33>4» Tobb' ^ pole, 



800 

400 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

1,000 

600 

300 

275 
500 
400 
630 
450 

9.130 
2,700 

44.990 
44.990 



Ordered That the Church Wardens Apply to the Vestrys of 
Martins Brandon and Bath parish to Know, if they will Join with 
this parish towards Building a workhouse, to keep the poof of 
the three parishes in, pursuant to an Act of the General Assembly. 

That the Collector pay the parish of Bath Sixty pounds Tobb' 
for moveing a poor person into this parish. 

William Elaton is Appointed a Vestryman of this parish in the 
Room of William Starke Deceased. Turn Over. 

[142] That Stephen Dewey and William Eaton are Appointed 
Church Wardens for the Ensueing Year. 

That the Church Wardens Receive from Every Tythable per- 
son in this parish, Thirty three pounds and a half of Tobbacco 
for their parish Levies for this Year, and in Case of Nonpayment 
to levie the Same by Distress, and pay the parish Creditors as 
they are proportioned. 

Thomas Williams, Stephen Dewey, Church Wardens. 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



161 



Bristol parish for 1754 Dr. 

To paid James Seavern Attending Maurice Hawks 
30 days, 

To Wm. parsons a Coffin for d*, . 

To Gordon & Boyd for Warne, .... 

To Cash paid Richard Bland, .... 

To Natt Raines Burying Fox, .... 

To Robert Ravenscroft a Coffin, .... 

To Thomas Bonner Sundries at the Outward Church 

To paid for two Locks, 

To Ja' Murray Sacramentary Elements & sending 
to Churches, 

To John May-attending Warns suit. 

To Doct' Hunter for Maurice Hawks, . 

To Maj' Cotten for 600^ Tobb* Last y'. 

To William Eaton toward work done As ^ Order 
Vestry, 

Cr. 

By 21,399' Tobb' Sold at 11 | 10, . 
By 3 fines for not going to Church, 
By I Fine fi*om Fra" Haddon, .... 



Errors Excepted. November 25th 1755. 

^ Thomas Williams Church Ward" 
Test Richard Taylor Clk Vestry. 

William Eaton to Bristol parish Dr. 

To Recovered Ag* Black, 

To 417' Tobb' Costs 11 | 10, 

To Lawyers F'ee, 

To Cash from Tho" William^, 

To Discount allowed 5 ^ C\ 

To an Order on Mr. Dewey for the Ball. , 



3 


15 








10 





I 


5 


4 


54 


17 


6 


I 


17 


3 





10 





I 


13 







6 





3 


8 








17 


9 


5 








3 


II 





49 


19 


3 


£^27 


10 


I 


126 


10 

15 

5 


I 


/1 27 


10 


I 









2 


4>4 


2 9 


4 


15 




49 19 


3 


2 9 


11^ 


10 19 


3 



68 13 



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162 bristol parish vestry book. 

Cr. 
By his Ace* for work done at the Glebe 



68 13 



[143] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol Parish 
June 23d 1756. 

Present. The Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkenson, Stephen Dewey, 
William Eaton C. W., Theo* Field. Samuel Gordon, Theo* 
Bland. James Murray, William Epp>es, James Boisseau, Georg^e 
Smith, Alex' Boiling. Hugh Miller. 

Ordered That Henry Williams be Appointed Qerk of the 
Brick Church. That John Woobank be Appointed Qerk of the 
Vestry. 

Stephen Dewey, William Eaton Church Wardens. 
Test John Woobank Qk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol Parish the 19th 
Nov' 1756. 
Present. The Reverend Mr. Thomas Wilkinson, Stephen 
Dewey, William Eaton C. W., Theophilus Field. Theo* Bland, 
Hugh Miller, George Smith, William Eppes, James Boisseau, 
Samuel Gordon, James Murray, Alexander Boiling. 



Bristol Parish for 1756 Dr. 

To the Reverend Thomas Wilkerson, 

To Richard Taylor late Clk of the Church & Vestry, 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole, 

To Abraham Alley Sexton, .... 

To Thomas Bonner Ditto, . . . , . 

To John Brown For keeping Ann Newhouse 5 Months 

To the Widdow Ally For her Mother, 

To John Kemp For keeping Olive Poxon, 

To Henry Spire For keeping the Widdow Tatum*, 

To Daniel Vaughan For Margaret Williams, . 

To George Smith For Francis Dezearn, . 

To Mary Barret, 

To George Currie For Cyruss Stewart. 
To John Crews For Elizabeth Davis, 



1 Tob^ 

17,280 

664 

1,000 
400 
400 
250 

1,000 

1,000 
800 

1,000 
600 
800 
400 

1,000 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 163 

To Sam* Vaughan For Henry Wame, . . . i,ooo 

To Daniel Vaughan Sen^ 500 

To Francis Ledbetter For keeping hb Mother 5 

Months, 417 

To Stephen Dewey For Judith Nance, . . . 1,200 

To Major Cotton, 600 

To John Watkins For Ann Newhouse 7 Months, . 350 

To Henry Williams Qk Church For 5 Months, . 417 

To John Woobank Clk Vestry For 5 Months, . . 205 

To James Ne\%'sum recording Processionings, . . 200 
To Theo^ Bland Clk Prince George Court For hb 

Tickett, 207 

To George Nicholas D** of Dinwiddie D* Ditto, . 48 

Carried Over, 31,738 

[144] Bristol Parish Dr. Brought Forward, . 31,738 

To William Davis his Acco*, 31 

To Daniel Vaughan For Horse Blocks &c. . . 100 

To David Smith, 36 

To Tobacco to be sold For the use of the Parish, . 6, 588 

To 6 p Cent for Collecting, 2,457 

40.950 
Ditto Cr. 

By 1,365 Tithables @ 30' Tob* p Pole, . . . 40,950 

Ordered That William Smith Son of Patrick Smith be exempted 
from paying his Parish Levey. 

That Stephen Dewey pay William Eaton the Sum of Ten 
Pounds Nineteen Shillings & Three Pence being the Ballance of 
hb Acco*. 

That Theoderick Bland & William Eaton be Church Wardens 
for the Ensuing Year. 

That the Church Wardens give Bond and Security for per- 
formance of their Office. 

That Stephen Dewey pay to the Church Wardens the Ballance 
due in his hands. 

That Stephen Dewey Commence process against Mary Hall 



164 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

for not Complying with her Husbands Will in keeping Judith 
Nance. 

That a House be built on the Glebe Thirty Two Feet by Six- 
teen with Two Rooms a Brick Chimney in the middle to be 
underpinn'd with Brick & Flowered with Brick weather Boarded 
with Clap boards and Shingled with hart of pine or Cypruss 
Shingles, the loft to be laid with Plank, also a Com Crib Eight 
Feet by Fourteen and the Church Wardens to agree with Work- 
men to perform the same. 

That Theodorick Bland apply to the Vestry of Brandon Par- 
ish to join this Parish in Building a Workhouse for the Poor of 
each Parish. 

That the Church Wardens Receive from every Tithable person 
in this Parish Thirty Pounds Tob** for their Parish Levy for this 
Year and in case of refusal or non payment to Levey the same 
by distress and pay the Parish Creditors as they are Proportioned. 

Abraham Alley agrees to keep Judith Nance for Eight Hun- 
dred pounds Tob° p Annum. 

Stephen Dewey, William Eaton, C. W. 
Test, John Woobank, Clk Vestry. 

[145] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church for Bristol Parish 
Dec' 1 2th, 1756. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Thomas Wilkinson, William 
Eaton, Theodorick Bland, C. W., Theophilus Field, Thomas 
Williams, James Murray, Stephen Dewey, James Boisseau, 
Hugh Miller. 

Ordered That Stephen Dewey, Alexander Boiling, Theodo- 
rick Bland, Will" Eaton do meet the persohs appointed by the 
Vestry's of Brandon & Bath Parishes to agree in settleing the 
Terms of the Poors House. 

That Stephen D^wey pay Sterling Thornton One Parish Levey, 
being Overcharged him in the Year 1755. 

This day Theodorick Bland and William Eaton Churchward- 
ens Enter into Bond, &c,, according to the former Order made, 
& dated 19th November Last. 

Stephen Dewey, William Eaton, Church Wardens. 

Test. John Woobank Clk Vestry. 



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V 

BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 165 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church For Bristol Parish Febru- 
ary the 23d 1757. ^ 

Present. The Reverend Mr. Thomas Wilkin;feon, William 
Eaton, Theod* Bland, C. W., Theophilus Field, Javnes Boisseau, 
James Murray, Thomas Williams. 

[146] Stephen Dewey, Alexander Boiling, ThecMorick Bland, 
William Eaton persons appointed to consider lof the Work 
House made their report, which being approved \^ the Vestry 
is Ordered to be registered, and it is Ordered that «he same per- 
sons above mentioned be appointed as a Committer to Petition 
the General Assembly in conjunction with the Ves\ry$ of Mar- 
tins Brandon and Bath Parishes, to obtain such Act a! /aforesaid. 

Theo*k Bland, William Eaton, Jr., C. W. 

Test John Woobank, Clk Vestry. 

At a meeting of the members appointed by the Respective 
Parishes of Bristol, Martins brandon and Bath as a Committee 
to Consider of the best and most proper method for Building a 
Poors House at the Joint Expence of the said Parishes — 

It is the opinion of this Committee that a Convenient House 
ought to be Rented for Entertaining the poor of the said 
Parishes, if to be had, But if not, that then Land ought to be 
bought & Convenient Houses to be built for th*t joint use 
of the said Parishes in proportion to the numbei of Tith- 
ables in each of the said Parishes. This Committer having 
taken under their most serious Consideration the unhAppy and 
indeed miserable Circumstances of the many poor Orphans 
and other poor Children, Inhabitants of the said Parishes 
whose parents are utterly unable to give them any Education 
and being desirous to render the said House as Beneficial as pos- 
sable & that such poor Children should be brought i|p in a 
Religious, Virtuous & Industrious Course of Life so as^to be- 
come usefull members of the Community, Have Resolved earn- 
estiy to recommend it to their Respective Vestries that they 
should join in a Petition to the General Assembly to procure an 
Act to enable the said Parishes to erect a Free School for 
Educating the poor Children of the said Parishes in Reading, 
Writing and Arithmetic at the joint Expence of the said Par- 



y 

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166 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

ishes, and Un'^ting the same to the said Poorshouse Under such 
Rules, Orders and Directions as shall be most just and proper 
for perfectina'^so usefull and Charitable a Work, And in Order 
to facilitate the obtaining such Act to propose that the said Ves- 
tries should "anite in opening Subscriptions that the Rich & 
Opulent & alf other well disposed people may have an opportu- 
nity of Contrijputing towards so pious a design out of that Store 
which the Fai/her of Bounties hath bestowed on them. 

It is the oglnion of this Committee that Four of the Members 
of each of thfe said Vestries ought to be appointed as a Commit- 
tee to Petition the General Assembly in the name and on behalf 
of the said Vestries in Order to obtain such Act as aforesaid And 
also to pi\y'the said resolutions into Execution. 

[147] ytis the opinion of this Committee that these Resolu- 
tions be (Communicated to the respective Vestries as soon as 
possable for approbation or Descent. 

Signed According to the Directions of the Committee By 

Jan^ 19th, 1757. Richard Bland. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church November 15th 1757. 

Present. The Reverend Thomas Wilkinson, William Eaton, 
Theo'' Blaad, C. Wardens, Theop' Field, James Murray, Wil- 
liam Eppes, George Smith, James Boisseau, Alexander Boiling, 
Hugh Miyer. 

> Bristol Parish. Dr. 



To the Rev** Thomas Wilkinson, 

To Geo/ge Williams Clk Jones Hole, 

To John Woobank Clk Vestry, 

To Abraham Alley Sexton, .... 

To Thomas Bonner, 

To WiJliam Yarborough as Clk of the Brick Church 
To Jc4in Brown Keep« Ann Newhouse 8 M"', . 
To William Butler Keep« Ditto 4 M"', 
To Widdow Alley for her Mother, . 
To John Kemp Keep* Poxon, .... 
To Henry Spire Keep* the widow Tatam 4 M"", 
To Nathaniel Lee Keeping D** D' 8 M**", 
To Daniel Vaughan Keep* Margaret Williams, 



17,280 

1,000 

500 

400 

400 

1,125 

400 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

266 

534 
1,000 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK? 



167 



To George Smith Keep* Fra' Dezarne, . . . 600 

To Mary Barrett, 800 

To George Currie Keep' Cyrus Stewart, . . ' . 400 

To John Crews Keep* Elizabeth Davis . . . 1,000 

To Samuel Vaughan Keep* Henry Warne, . . 1,000 

To Daniel Vaughan Sen', 500 

To Major Cotton, 600 

To Abraham Alley Keep* Judith Nance, . . . 800 
To George Nicholas Clk Dinwiddie his Ticket for 2 

Copies of Tiths, 32 

To Thomas Shrewsbury for a Parish Levey, . . 30 

To Jacob Dunhart Jun' Ditto, 33 

To William Eaton Insolvents in Dinwiddie, . . 150 

To Ditto D** P' George, 390 

To the Late Sherrif of Ditto his Ticket, 243 
To William Eppes for a Levy Overcharg'd Last year 

Tatam's Estate, 30 

To Tob* to be sold for the use of the Parish, . . 4,863 

To 6 p Cent for Collecting, 2,334 

38,910 
Ditto. Cr. 

By 1,297 Tithables @ 30' Tob* p Pole, • • • . 38.910 



[148] Ordered That the Churchwardens enquire of Mr. 
Thomas Williams about the sum of Forty shillings payable to 
Elizabeth Brown yearly which sum is due to Thomas Man as p 
his Acco* given in to this Vestry. 

That Stephen Dewey Settle the Parish Acco' w^ the Church- 
wardens and pay the Ballance due in his hands to them. 

That the Churchwardens employ some person to Comence 
process against Mary Hall for not complying w^ her Husbands 
Will in keep* Judith Nance. 

That the Churchwardens treat w*** Lewis Parham for the Pur- 
chase of his Land joy ning the South, side of the Glebe and make 
their report to this Vestry. 

John Jones, Haulkey Pride, Sheppyallen Puckett being fin*d 
for gameing by the Judgement of P' George Court, Order* d 
that the Churchwardens revive the said Judgment by Sire Fa- 



168 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

cias; and that they apply to John Burge for his Daughters Fine 
for having a Bastard Child & if he refuses to pay, that they 
bring Suit against him for his Assumsit. 

That Susannah Woodlief be Sexton of Jones Hole Church in 
the room of Thomas Bonner. 

That the Churchwardens pay to the Clk & Surveyor of Prince 
George their Fees in the procecution of Parham in the Glebe 
Land out of the Tob"* levied to be sold. 

That the Churchwardens pay Mr. Thomas Wilkinson Forty 
Three Shillings for a Corn House built on the Glebe. 

That Theo^ Bland and James Murray be Churchwarden for 
the Ensuing Year. 

That George Williams be allowed 200* Tob** more than what 
was allowed him last year. 

That the Churchwardens at the most Convenient place put up 
the Poor of this Parish to the lowest Bidder. 

That the Churchwardens receive from every Tithable person 

in this Parish Thirty pounds Tob' for their Parish Levy for this 

present year and in case of refusal or nonpayment to levy the 

same by distress and pay the Parish Creditors as it is proportion* d. 

Theo'k Bland, William Eaton. Churchwardens. 

Test John Woobank Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestery held at the Brick Church, Novemb' y*" 25th 1758. 

Present. Theop* Feild, James Murray, Samuel Gorden, Alex' 
Boiling, Thomas Williams, James Boiseau, Theo^ Bland. 

Ordered That William Yarbrough be App** Clerk of this 
Vestry. 

[149] 1758 Nov' 25th. Bristol Parish. Dr. 

To the Rev* M' Thomas Wilkerson, . . . 17,280 

1,500 

1,200 

400 

400 

600 

i.ooo 



To William Yarbrough Clk of y'' Brick Church, 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole Church. 

To Abraham Alley Sexton, 

To Susanna Woodlief Sexton, . 

To William Butler for Ann New-house, . 

To The Widow Alley, .... 

To John Kemp for keeping Ollive Poxen two months, 166 

To Ditto for Burying the S** Poxen, .... 54 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



169 



four 



To James Murray for a Coffin for the S* Poxen, 

To Nath* Lee for Widow Tatum, 

To Daniel Vaughan for Margret Williames, 

To Benj' Cook for Dezam, 

To James Moore for Mary Barrett, . 

To George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, 

To John Crews for Eliz'^ Davis, 

To William Browder for Warne, 

To Eliz^** Vaughan Due to her late Husband Daniel 

Vaughan, . . . . 

To Major Cotten, 

To Abram Tucker for keeping Judith Nance 

Months, ...... 

To Ditto for Burying the S** Nance, . 

To Sarah Tomas for Peter Tomas, . 

To Eliz*" Brown to be p** to Benj. Cook, . 

To Theo* Bland By his AccS . 

To James Murray Shirff by Rains's Ace*, 

To Samuel Vaughan for keeping Warne one month, 

To Abram Alley for keeping Judith Nance Ditto, 



To 6 ^ C for Collecting 35,360' Tobaco, . 
To Ball' in Collectors hands, 

Cr. 
By 1,360 Tyths @ 26* Tobaco ^' pole, 

Dr. 

To Mr. Theop' Feild for Wine for the Church 

. Face', 

To William Davis for Benches for the Church, 
To D** for Burying Barnaby Moore, 



£ I. 



60 
800 
1,000 
600 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 

418 
600 

500 
114 
500 
400 

86 

23 
90 
90 

31,881 

2,121 

358 

34,360 
35.360 



18. 

5. 
5. 



8 
o 
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£4^ 8. .8 



[150] Orderd That the Church Wardens apply to Noah Brown 
for three Parish Levies due from him on ace* of Tyths belonging 
to Duglas Irby which ought to have been listed by the said 



170 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Brown, and if the said Brown refuses to pay them that the said 
Churchwardens prosecute the said Brown for consealing y* s** 
Tyths. 

That James Murray and Theop: Feild be Church Wardens 
for the Ensuing year. 

Theo^ Bland Church Warden ret** his ace* by which there ap- 
pears to be the Ball* of ;^ii2. 17. 3^ due to the Parish. 

Orderd That Theo^ Bland pay to Theop" Feild ;^i. 18. 8. as 
above ace* out of the money in his hands. 

Orderd That Theo^ Bland pay to William Davis £2, 10" as 
above out of the money in his hands. 

Orderd That the Remaining Ball' due from Theo^ Bland to 
the Parish be paid to the Church wardens for the Ensuing year. 
Theo'k Bland, James Murray, Churchwardens. 

Test William Yarbrough, Clk ves*. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church of Bristol Parish the 5th 
of January, 1760. 

Present. The Rev** Mr. Thomas Wilkerson, James Murray, 
Thomas Williams, Theop' Feild, James Boisau, William Epes, 
William Eaton, Samuel Gorden, Gent'men. 

Orderd That the persons following be appointed to Possision 
the lands in this parish in their several Precincts as Followith. 

[151] Orderd That Daniel Cawl and Daniel Vaughan with 
the freeholders of their precincts Possesion from the Nottoway 
Road up as far as Munks Neck Road from the head of Black 
water to the River. That William Persons and Thomas Will- 
son with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion from the 
Puddle Dock to Leutenants Run between the River and the 
great swamp on Munks Neck Road. That William Eaton and 
John Loyal with the freeholders of their Precincts Possesion 
from Leutenants Run to the Indian Town Run Including Roho- 
wick. That Roger Adkerson and Robert Harrison with the 
freeholders of their precincts Possesion from the Indian Town 
Run to the parish line. That Edward Birch ett and Drurey Bir- 
chett with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion between 
Black water swamp and second swamp from James Baughs path 
down to the parish line between the s* swamps. That Charles 
Gee and James Hall with the freeholders of their precincts Pos- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 171 

sesion below Jones hole Road between the County and Parish 
lines & Warwick swamp. That John Rains and Thomas Bonner 
with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion from Warwick 
swamp to the parish line between Jones hole Road and Notto- 
way Road. That Hugh Kirkland and William Pirkins with the 
freeholders of their precincts Possesion from Munks Neck Bridge 
to Rowante Bridge. That John Browder send Morris Vaughan 
with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion from Munks 
Neck Road up the north side of munks neck and Hatchers Run 
to the Parish line. That Thomas Deavenport and Daniel Ster- 
devent with their freehold of their precincts Possision from James 
Baughs Path between Blackwater & second swamp and Munks 
Neck Road. That Christopher Golikely and Henry Wilkerson 
with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion from the Parish 
line up the great branch of Warwick. That Peter Leath and 
Richard Geary with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion 
from the great branch of Warwick between Warwick and second 
swamp to Munks Neck Road. [152] Orderd That Robert 
Batte and John Peterson with the freeholders of their precincts 
Possesion from Puddle dock Run to the Road that goes by Sam- 
uel Jourdans former Plantation and from y* Parish line to Not- 
toway road. That William Batte and William Thweatt with the 
freeholders of their precincts Possesion from the Parish line to 
the Nottoway Road and from the said Road leading by the s** 
Jourdans Plantation to Black water. That Rob' Elavins and Wil- 
liam Malone with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion 
from the County line between Stoney Creek aud the fox branch 
up the parish line. That David Abbernatha and Bennet Kirbey 
with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion between the fox 
Branch and Munks to the Parish line. That James Stirdevent 
and John Gilliam with the freeholders of their precincts Posses- 
ion from Puddle dock run to Citty Creek and from the main 
Road to the River. That Burrill Green and John Stirdevent 
with the freeholders of their precincts Possesion from the Citty 
Creek to the Parish line between the main Road and the River. 
That John Whitemore and James Cate with the freeholders of 
their precincts Possesion from the Road Over Warwick Bridge 
to the Munks Neck Road between the two swamps. That 
Thomas Eavins and James Harrison with the freeholders of their 



172 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

precincts Possision the lands on the South Side of Stoney Creek 
in this parish which was taken out of Bath Parish to the Parish 
line. That Thomas Jones and Thomas Eagleton with the free- 
holders of their precincts Possision the Lotts in the Town of Pe- 
tersburg and Blandford. 

Orderd That the Several persons afore Menchiond do appoint 
and Advertise the time of Possesioning the several lands within 
their several precincts before the last day of Next March and 
make Return of their Proceeding as the law directs and that they 
take care to date their several returns. 

Orderd That Col" Robert Boiling and George Smith be ap- 
pointed Vestry Men for this Parish. 

[153] Bristol Parish Dr. 

To The Rev* Thomas Wilkerson, .... 17,280 
To William Yarbrough Clerk of Brick Church and 

Vestry, 2,000 

To George Williams Clk of Jones hole Church, . 1,200 

To Abraham Alley sexton, 400 

To Susanna Woodlief d°, 400 

To William Butler for keeping Ann Newhouse, . 800 

To the widow Allin. If so much due, . . . 800 
To Nath' Lee for the widow Tatam, If so much will 

doe, 300 

To Daniel Vaughan for keeping Margret Williames, 1,000 

To Benj' Cook for keeping Dizarn 600 

To James Moore for Mary Barratt, .... 250 

To George Currie for keeping Cyrus Stewart, . 1,000 

To Rob' Waren '^' order John Crews for Eliz*** Davis, 1,000 

To William Browder for keeping of wame, . . 1,000 

To Maj' Gotten, 600 

To Sarah Brown for keeping Peter Brown, . . 337 

To Eliz'" Brown to be p** Benj' Cook, . . . 400 

To Mr. George Nichols, 32 

To Col. Theo^ Bland, 32 

To Mary Barrow for keeping Ann Butterworth 8 

months, 535 

To Starkey Moore for keeping her 4 months, . . 267 

To Eliz**' Vaughan, 250 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 173 

To Mr. Theop" Feild for Peter Brown, . . . 104 

To William Cawls ace* for Peter Brown, ... 59 

To John Hansel for 2 levies in y" year 1758, . . 52 

To William Davis p' i Levie, 30 



To 6 p' C for Collecting 32,680', 

Cr. 
By 1,491 Tyths @ 22' p' pole, . 



Cash Acc't Dr. 
To John Rains for work at Jones hole Church, 
To Mr. Theop' Feild for wine &c. . . 
To William Davis for Carting Church Benches, 
To William Yarbrough for a Chest lock &c. . 



[154] Orderd That Mr. James Murray & Mr. Theop' Feild 
continue Church wardens. 

That Mr. Stephen Dewey, Mr. William Eaton, & Col Theo^ 
Bland settle their former ace" with the present Church Wardens, 
and Either pay their Ball" or Give Bond and Surety. 

Orderd That the Church wardens of this parish do Receive of 
Everj' Tythable person within the same by distress, in case of 
Refusal or non payment Twenty tu o Pounds of Tobacco ^ Pole 
as their Parish Levie for this present year 1759. And that the 
Present Church wardens Give Bond. 

Theop* s Feild, James Murray Churchwardins. 

Test Wm. Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

At a vestry held at the Brick Church of Bristol Parish the 5th of 
August 1760. 
Present. The Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkerson, James Murray, 
Theop* Feild, James Boiseau, Allex' Boiling, George Smith, 
William Eaton, Robert Boiling, Samuel Gorden, Thomas Wil- 
liames, Gen**. 





30,726 




I, 


954 




32, 


680 


. 


32, 


,802 






122 


8 








2 


10 


II 




5 







3 


7 


10 


19 


6 



174 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Ordered That Mr. William Poythress be appointed a vestry 
man for this Parish in the room of Maj' William Epps, Deces'd. 

That the Church wardens pay unto William Yarbrough the 
sum of Three Pounds two shillings and Nine pence out of the 
Parish money as they have or shall have in their hands, for keep- 
ing of John Reeves three weeks and three Days in his sickness, 
and his Funeral Expences. 

That the Churchwardens of this Parish apply to the Church 
wardens of Dale Parish in the county of Chesterfield for the sum 
of three pounds two shillings & nine pence on ace* of the above s* 
John Reeves's Expences in sickness and Funeral & he being a 
Resident of that Parish. 

Theop*s Feild, James Murray Church wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

[155] At a vestry held at the Brick Church of Bristol Parish 
Decem' the 8th 1760. 
Present. The Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkerson, James Murray, 
Theop' Feild, James Boisseau, George Smith, Samuel Gorden, 
Robert Boiling, Thomas Williams, William Poythress. 



Bristol Parish. Tobacco. Dr. 

To the Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkerson, 

To William Yarbrough Clk of the Church and Vestry, 

To George Smith Clk of Jones hole Church, 

To Ditf* for sexton of Jones hole Church, 

To Mary Alley for sexton o^ the Brick Church 

To William Butler for Keeping Ann Newhouse 

To Daniel Vaughan for d** Margret Williams, 

To Benj' Cook for Dezarn 4 months. 

To George Currey for Keeping Cyrus Stewart 

To William Browder for d** Warne, . 

To Starkey Moore for d"* Ann Butterworth, 

To Maj' Gotten, 

To Henry Avery for d* Peter Brown 4 months. 
To Henry Dickson for d" Eliz"* Davis, 
To The widow Barrow for Eliz'** Brown, . 
To Eliz^ Vaughan, 



1. 

17,280 

2,000 

1,200 

400 

400 

1,000 

1,000 

267 

1,000 

1,000 

800 

600 

333 

1,000 

400 

250 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 175 

To George Nicholas, i6 

To Co' The. Bland, 40 

To Theop' Feild sen', 44 

To William Yarbrough for sundry services, . . 100 



29,130 
To 6 ^' C for Collecting, i,747 



30,877 



Cr. 
By 1,563 Tyths at 20' Tob'^ f)' pole, . . . 31,260 



338 



Orderd That the Churchwardens Receive from Every Tyth- 
able person within the same by Distress in Case of Refusal or 
non payment. Twenty Pounds of Tobaco ^r Pole as their Parish 
Levie and pay the same to the several C*" to whom it is Propor- 
tiond. 

Orderd That Mr. Roger Adkerson and Mr. George Nicholas 
be appointed Vestrymen in the Room of Mr. Hugh Miller who 
is removed & Mr. Stephen Dewey who has resind. 

Orderd That the Rev'' Mr. Thomas Wilkerson on his motion 
to the Vestry has liberty to reside in Chesterfield County. 

Orderd That Theop' Feild and George Smith be appointed 
Church wardens for the proceeding year. 

Bristol Parish. To Cash ace'. Dr. 

To John Rains for services done to Jones hole 

Church, £ 

To Benj' Cook for Burying Dezarn, 

To Henry Averey for Burying Peter Brown, 



, I- 


0. 





I. 


7- 







12. 


6 


: 2. 


19. 


6 



Theop' s Feild, James Murray. 
Test William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

[156] March the 12th 1760 Rec** of Theop" Feild as Church 
warden of Bristol Parish Eight Pounds it being what was 



176 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

levied by the said Parish for work done at Jones hole Church 
by . . . . . . John Rains. 

April 15th 1760 Rec* of Theo* Feild as Church warden of 
Bristol Parish five shill" it being levied by the said Parish for ser- 
vices done by ... . William Davis. 

1759 Decern' 6th Paid William Yarbrough by O in his ace* 
w*** Theo' Feild levied him for a Chest lock 3' 17. 

Paid by order of Vestry To The** Feild, £2, 10. 11. 

1760 March the 12th. Rec** from Theo" Feild as Church warden 
of Bristol Parish fifteen shillings for Procecuting a suit in behalf 
of our Sovereign Lord the King ag** Robert Rievs in this Court 
of Prince George. 

A. Claiborne. 

1760 Mafch the 12th. Rec** from Theo' Feild as Church war- 
den for the Parish of Bristol fifteen shillings for Procecuting a suit 
in behalf of our Sovereign Lord the King against Benj' Moody 
in the Court of Prince George. 

A. Claiborne. 

1760 Sep' the 9th. Rec** from Theo' Feild as Church warden 
of Bristol Parish thirty shill* for Procecuting two suits in behalf 
of our sovereign Lord the King ag** John Chamlis J'. 

A. Claiborne. 

1760 Sep' the 9th. Rec** from Theo' Feild as Church warden 

for the Parish of Bristol fifteen shill' as my fee for procecuting 

a suit in behalf of our sovereign Lord the King ag'' William 

Brown. 

A. Claiborne. 

1760 At Prince George Court the 9th of August, before Thedo*" 
Bland Esq' the above Mr. Angus" Claiborne own'd to have Rec'd 
this fees due from the Parish for Presentm^ against John Peter- 
son, John Butler and William Persons. 

1758 Bristol Parish To Theo's Feild Dr. 

s d 
Deem' 23 To 2 y**' ozrb' to make a wallet to fetch 

y* Church Plate, .... 11 

?5 To 2 Bottles wine for y* Communion 

Service Brick Church, ... 68 

31 To 2 d** the outward Church, . . 6 8 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To man & Horse to carry out the wine 
1759. 
Ap' 13 To 2 Bottles wine for the Brick Church 

C service, 

15 To 2 d* the outward Church, 

To man & Horse to Carry out d", 
June 3 To 2 Bottles wine &c. for the Brick 

Church, 

10 To 2 d** the outw* Church, 

To man & Horse d' d% . . . 

;^ 2 8 7 
To keeping and looking after Peter a 
molatto fool left by his mother in 
my Quarter fryday the 19th of Oct' 
1759. I kept till y*" 26th nov' follow- 
ing. 
Deem' 30th To 2 Bottles wine for the Brick Church, 6 8 



177 


2 


6 


6 


8 


6 


8 


2 


6 


6 


8 


6 


8 


2 


6 



/ 2 15 3 

Cr. 

1758. d. 

Dec' By i bottle caried back y^ oth' brok, . 4 

3 By 2 d° brought from y* outw* Church, 8 

1759. 

Ap* 13 By 2 from y* Brick Church, . . 8 

15 By 2 from y* outw** d", . . . 8 

June 3 By 2 d* from y* brick d°, . . . 8 

10 By 2 from y* outw** d^ ... 8 

Deem' 30 By 2 d** from y* brick d^ . . . 8 



4_o 4 4 

[157] 1759 Bristol Parish Dr. 

To the amount of the several sums paid y" Par- 
ish Creditors 34,002' Tob", . . ' £ 283 7 o 

To Mr. Walter Boyd for Clearing the Church 

Yard, 6 15 

To 10 Insolvents, , . . . . . 234 

To 6 Tyths listed in Cap* Batons name for 

Benj' Harrisoo not Paid, ... . • 160 



178 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Ball' due to the Parish, . . . • 19 8 8 

Contra Cr. 

By 35,360' Tob* levied on 1,360 Tyths @ | 2 . 294 13 4 

by Receiv* from Rigsby, 2 10 o 

by d* N. Brown Irbys Tyths, . . . i 15 o 

by d* Cain, 500 

by Tyths Rec* not listed Vz: 

Sallathiel Vaughan 7, John Banister Esq' 9, 

M. Williams i, J. Hawks i. 18, . . 3 18 o 

By Tyths Rec* T. Bonner 23, . . . . 4 19 8 

By Commissions on ;^3. 9. 4 @ 6 p' C*, . . 4 

jC 313 Q Q 
Erors Excepted James Murray. 

Bristol Parish in Acc*t with Theop's Feild Church 
Warden Dr. 
1760. 
M'ch 12 To P Augustin Claiborne 2 fees 
for procecuting the suit ags* Rob* 
Reeves & Benj' Moody, . . ;^ i 10 o 
To paid John Rains by Order of 

Vestry Deem' 1759 as p' rec*, . 8 

To paid Theop' Feild by D', 2 10 1 1 

April 6 To 2 Bottles wine for Communion 

ser" Brick Church, ... 68 

13 To 2 d* for Jones Hole d*. . . 6 8 

To man and horse to carry d" out, 2 6 

15 To William Davis by order of Ves- 
try Deem' 1759, ... 5 
To Wm. Varbrough by d* paid to 

his ace* w** T. F. . . . 3 7 

May 25 To 2 bottles ^-ine for Jones hole 

Church 6 8 

To man and Horse to carry- out d* 

& plate, 26 

June I To 2 bottles wine for the Brick 

Church, 6 8 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 179 

Sep' 9 To p** Augustine Claiborne for proc- 

ecuting 2 suits against John Chamlis Jun', i 10 o 

To p* Clerk & sheriff 206' Tob" their fees as 

Judgm* in the suits on John Chamlis Jun' 

he being chargd for y' same, ... i 13 4 

To Paid Augustine Claiborne his Fee in the 

suit of Wm. Brown, as p' Judgm* to John 

Chambles J" note of hand daited April ^ 

26th 1760 payable on demand to the Pres- 
ent Church Wardens or successors w"' 

Interest, 18 3 4 

To Fran' Ledbetter Penal Bill of the 9th Sep' 

1760 payable on demand to y* present 

Church wardens or their successors with 

Interest, 2 19 10 

To my Commissions for Collecting £6^, 3. 10 

& Taking proper Vouchers & Recepts for 

the parish @ 5 f>) C*, 
Ball* due y* Parish from Theop' Feild here w***. 
To P* Augs*" Claiborn his fee ag"* Wm. Brown 

as p' Judgm*, 



3 


4 


2 


21 


19 
15 


8 



£ 64 



Contra Cr. 



1 760 March 11 By Cash of Augustine Clai- 
borne due from Christop' Golightly, he the 
s* Claiborne keeping & retaining his fee, ;^ 5 o o 

by Cash of Robert Reevs for his fine & att* fee, 515 o 

12. by d* Benj' Moody his d" & d*, . . 5 15 o 

April 6 by 2 bottles returnd, ... 8 

By John Chamblis J' fines with the att* fees & 
costs of sutes as p' his note of hand pay- 
able on deman* with Interest, . . . 18 3 4 

by 3 bottles returnd, 10 

June II by 500' Tob* of Wm. Persons as his 

fine sold @ 2*, 434 

aug"' y* 9 by Cash of Wm. Davis for his 
Daughter Ann Davis's fine for having a 
Bastard Child, 2 10 o 



180 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

12 by Cash of The' Epes sheriff for John 

Petersons fine p' Recep', ... 500 

21 by 500* Tob** a fine due from John Butler 

sold @ 2** as his fine, .... 434 

Sep' 9 by Cash of Theod* Bland for a fine 

formerly due from Jn** Jones as p' my Recp' 500 

By Cash of Wm. Brown & att* fee his fine, . 5 15 o 

By Fra' Ledbetter for his daughter Anns fine 

for having a Bastard Child with the cost 

of suit as p' his penal Bill on demand with 

Interest, ....... 2 19 10 



;^ 64 6 6 



[158] At a vestry held at the Brick Church of Bristol Parish 
Novemb' y* i8th 1761. 

Thedphilus Feild, Samuel Gorden, Robert Boiling, William 
Eaton, George Smith, George Nicholas, Roger Adkerson, 
Gen'men. 

Bristol Parish in Tobo. Dr. 

1. 

To The Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkerson, . . . 17,280 
To William Yarbrough Clk of the Brick Church & 

vestry, ' . . 2,000 

To George Williams Clk Jones Hole Church, . . 1,200 

To Ditto as Sexton of d", 400 

To Mary Alley sexton of the Brick Church, . . 400 

To Daniel Vaughan for Keeping Margret Williams, 1,000 

To William Butler for Ann Newhouse, . . . 1,000 

To George Currey for Cyrus Stewart, . . . 1,000 

To William Browder for Waren, .... 1,000 

To Starkey Moore for Ann Butterworth, . . . 800 

To Major Gotten, 600 

To Henry Dickson for Eliz^"* Davis, .... 1,000 

To the Widdow Barrow for Eliz*** Brown, . . 600 

To Eliz^** Vaughan, 250 

To Col" The. Bland, 180 

To George Nicholas, 16 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 181 

To Theop' Field & George Smith for 74 Tyths by 

mistake last y', 1,480 

To The Collect' 6 f. CS 1,901 

To Henry Todd Counstable i Tyth p* Last Year, . 20 

To Depositum in Collectors hands, .... i»305 



33.432 



Bristol Parish. Cr. 
By 4 Tyths Rec* last Year not listed 80' Tob', ) 

By 1,516 Tyths @ 22' p' Poll, 33,432 ) 33.432 

Orderd that the Church Wardens Receive from Every Tyth- 

able person within the same by distress, in case of Refusal or 

non payment Twenty two Pounds of Tob** p' Poll as their Parish 

Levies and Pay the same to the several Crd" to whoom it is 

Porpotiond. 

Bristol Parish. To Cash, Dr. 

To James McDewell for keeping Brown, . ;^ 3. 6. o 

To Bathiah Ivey for making Browns Cloths, . 7-6 

To William Flewellin for keeping Brown, . 2. 10. o 

To William Davis sen' for setting up horse 

blocks, 7. 6 

• . ... 

To John Rains for Repairing the windows of 

Jones hole Church, 12. 9. 2 

To William Persons for a coffin for Wm. Black- 
well, 10. o 



Cr. 

By money due in Theo" Feilds 

hands, . . . . ;^ 9. 8. o 

By money in m' Eatons hands 

w*" Interest, . . . 23. 17. 5 



£ 19. 10. 



33- 5- 5 33. 5. 5 



[159] Order' d That Theop' Feild & George Smith Jun' are 
appointed Church wardins for the Ensuing Year. 

Theop's Feild, George Smith, Jun'. 
Test, William Yarbrough, Clk vestry. 



182 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church of Brbtol Parish the 24th 
of May 1762. 

Present. Theophilus Feild, Samuel Gorden, Robert Bollingf, 
William Poythress,- William Eaton, George Smith, George Nich- 
olas, and Roger Atkerson — Gen'men. 

Ordered That William Eaton settle the parish Ace*' with Ste- 
phen Dewey Esq' for the Year 1756 for 6,588^ of Tob' sold for 
the Parish use. 

Ordered That William Yarbrough Clk of the Vestry Apply to 
Mr. Jam* Murray for all Bonds and Other papers, Relating to . 
the parish affairs. 

Theop's Feild, George Smith, Jr., Church wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough, Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at the Brick Church of Bristol parish, Novem- 
ber the nth 1762. 

Present. James Boiseau, Theop' Feild, sen^ Allex' Boiling, 
George Nicholas, George Smith Ju', Roger Adkerson, William 
Eaton, James Murray, Samuel Gorden, Gent'men. 

Ordered That a small Church be Built in some Convenient 
part in the outward part of this Parish. 

Order' d That the Churchwardens do let out the poor of this 
parish to the lowest bidder. 

Caried Over. November the 30th 1762. 
William Butler to Keep Ann Newhouse for 975* Tob" ^ year 

and Return her sufficiently Clothed at 

the years End. 
That Phillip Moore Keep Ann Butterworth for 800 d" 

and Return her as afore said at the years 

End. 
That Starkey Moore Keep Eliz'** Davis for 885 d" 

That he Keep Cyrus Stewart for . 850 d' 

That he Keep Warn for 950 d** 

and return them all three sufficiently 

Clothed at the years End. 
That John Temple Keep old Wilson lor 900 d'* 

and Return him as afore s** at the years 

End. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



183 



[i6o] Brought Over. November the nth 1762. 
Bristol Parish in Tobacco. Dr. 



To the Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkerson, ... 
To William Yarbrough Clerk of the Church & Ves 

try & sexton, Brick Church, 
To George Smith Clk of Jones Hole & sexton of d", 
To Daniel Vaughan for Margret Williames, 
To William Butler for Ann Newhouse, 
.To George Currey for Cyrus Stewart, 
To Starkey Moore for Ann Butterworth, 
To Major Gotten, .... 
To Eliz** Vaughan, .... 
To Henry Dickson for Eliz'** Davis, . 
To Mary Barrow for Warne, . 
To Thomas Cheves for Eliz'" Brown, 
To the sheriff of Prince George County, 
To Col. The. Bland, 
To George Nicholas, 
To Mary Wilkerson for i Levie over paid 
To Benj' Firdenando for id*,. 
To the Use of the Parish, 
To the Collector, .... 



17,280 

2,400 

1,600 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

800 

600 

250 

1,000 

1,000 

400 

284 

321 

16 

22 

20 

11,277 

2,570 

42,840 
Cr. 

By 1,530 Tythes @ 28' Tob' f>' Tythe, . . . 42,840 

Ordered That Thom' Bonner Col' Receive from Every Tyth- 
able person within the same by distress in case of Refusal or non 
payment Twenty Eight Pounds of Tob** ^' Pole as their Parish 
levie and pay the same to the several Credtors To whom it is 
Porpotiond and Give Bond for the same. 

Order' d That Roger Daniel & David McColloch sen' be Ex- 
empted from paying Parish Levies for the future. 



Bristol Parish in Cash Dr. 

To Henry Wilkerson for Wilson. . . . ;^ 5 16 
To John Williams, 30 



184 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Order' d That the present Churchwardens be Continued for the 
ensuing year. 

Theop's Feild sen'r, George Smith jr., Churchward". 
Test William Yarbrough Clk. 

[i6i] At a vestry held for Bristol Parish at Mr. Walter Boyds 
in Blandford, Noveni' 22d 1762. 

Present. Theop*" Feild, Georg Smith, James Murray, James 
Boiseau, George Nicholas, Roger Adkerson, William Eaton, 
Samuel Gorden^ Allex' Boiling — Gentlmen. 

The Rev* Mr. Thomas Wilkerson this day appeared in Vestry' 
and Resigned the Parish. 

Orderd that the Rev** Mr. William Harrison be Rec* ministor 
of this Parish in the Room of Mr. Thomas Wilkerson who has 
Resigned the same. 

Mr. James Boiseau this Day Resign 'd his office of a Vestry- 
man of this parish. 

That Sir William Skipwith Bar* is Elected a Vestryman of this 
parish in the Room of Mr. James Boiseau and that the Clk of 
vestry aquaint him therewith. 

Orderd That George Williams be Discontinued Clerk of Jones 
Hole Church. 

That James Murray, Allex"" Boiling, William Eaton & George 
Smith j' or aney three of them do provide a plan for a Glebe 
House for this parish and Advertise letting the same as soon as 
it can Conveniently be done. 

That Theop* Feild, William Eaton & George Nicholas, or aney 
two of them Examine the several Ace*" in the Vestry Books and 
Report it to the Vestry. 

Theop's Feild, George Smith Church Wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

At a vestry held at the Brick Church of Bristol on Feb' 19th 
1763. 

Present. The Rev* Mr. William Harrison, Theop* Feild sen^ 
Sir William Skipwith, George Nicholas, George Smith, William 
Eaton, James Murray, Samuel Gorden, Gen^men. 

Order'd That Sir William Skipwith, Samuel Gorden, Allex' 
Boiling, William Eaton & George Nicholas, or aney two of them 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 185 

do meet the Gen' appointed by the Vestry of Martins Brandon 
parish in Order to Run the Dividing line between the s* Parishes 
, agreeable to the Act of Assembly passed at the last Session pro- 
vided the said line does not Interfere with the line formerly 
Established. 

Ordered That John Young be appointed Clerk of Jones Hole 
Church in the Room of George Williams who is discharged from 
the same. 

Theop's Feild, George Smith Church Wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk vestry. 

[162] At a vestry held for Bristol Parish at the Brick Church 
July the 26th 1763. 

Present. Theop' Feild sen^ Sir William Skipwith, George 
Smith, George Nicholas, William Eaton, Robert Boiling, James 
Murray, Gent\ 

Ordered That the persons following be appointed to procession 
the lands in this Parish in their several precincts as foUowith Viz: 

That Daniel Cawl & Daniel Vaughan with the freeholders of 
their precincts procession from the Notoway Road up as far as 
Munks Neck Road from the head of Blackwater to the River. 
That Nathaniel Harrison & Thomas Willson with the freeholders 
of their precincts Procession from the Puddle Dock to Leuten- 
ants Run between the River and the Great Swamp on Munks 
Neck Road. That William Eaton & John Blick with the free- 
holders of their Precincts procession from Leutennants Run to 
the Indian Town Run Including Rohowick. That Starling 
Thornton & Rob* Ruffin with the freeholders of their precincts 
Procession from the Indian Town Run to the parish line. That 
Eldward Birchett & Drurey Birchett with the freeholders of their 
Precincts Procession from Between Black Water Swamp & Sec- 
ond Swamp from James Baughs Path down the Parish line 
between the s** Swamps. That Thomas Whitmore & James 
Cate with the freeholders of their precincts procession from the 
Parish line between Jones Hole & Warwick swamp up to Munks 
Neck Road. That Nathaniel Rains & Thomas Bonner J' with 
the freeholders of their precincts Procession from Warwick swamp 
to the parish line between Jones Hole Road & Notaway Road. 
That Joseph Kirkland & William Pirkins with the freeholders of 



186 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

their precincts Procession from Munks Neck Bridge to Rowanty 
Bridge. That Morris Vaughan & William Browder J' with the 
freeholders of their precincts Procession from Munks Neck Road 
up the north side of munks neck to Hatchers Run to the parish 
line. That Joseph Reeves & Thomas Deavenport with the free- 
holders of their precincts procession from James Baughs path 
between Black water & second swamp and Munks Neck Road. 
That Thomas Daniel J' & Henry Wilkerson with the freeholders 
of their Precincts Procession from the parish line up the Great 
Branch of Warwick. [163] Order' d That Peter Leath & Rich** 
Garey with the freeholders of their precincts, procession from 
the Great Branch of Warwick, between Warwick and second 
swamp to munks neck road. That Peter Peterson & Henry 
Batte with the Freeholders of their precincts, Procession from 
Puddle Dock Run to the Road that Goes by Samuel Jourdans 
former Plantation and from the Parish line to Notaway Road. 
That Miles Thweatt & William Thweatt with the freeholders of 
their precincts Procession from the parish line to the Notaway 
Road and from the s* Road leading by the s** Samuel Jourdans 
former Plantation to Black-Water. That Robert Eavins & 
William Melone with the freeholders of their precincts proces- 
sion from the County line between Stoney Creek and the Fox 
Branch up to the parish line. That David Abbernatha & Joshua 
Worsham with the freeholders of their precincts procession Be- 
tween the fox branch and munks neck to the parish line. That 
John Gilliam & Robert Gilliam with the freeholders of their pre- 
cincts procession. from the Puddle dock Run to the City Creek & 
from the main Road to the River. That Burrill Green & John 
Stirdevent with the freeholders of their precincts procession from 
the City Creek to the parish line between the main Road and y' 
River. That Thom" Evins & James Harrison with the free- 
holders of their precincts procession the lands on the south side 
of stoney Creek in this Parish which was taken out of Bath par- 
ish to the parish line. That Thomas Jones & Thomas Eagleton 
with the freeholders of their precincts procession the Lotts in the 
Towns of Petersburg & Blandford. 

Orderd That the several persons afore mentiond do appoint & 
Advertize the time of processioning the s** lands within their 
several precincts before the last day of next March and mak 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 18 



Return of their proceedings as the Law directs and that they 
take Care to date their several Returns. 

Orderd That William Eaton, George Smith Jun' & Thomas 
Bonner or aney two of them do view the most Convenient place 
for to Elrect a Church in this parish and make Report to the 
vestry. 

Theop*s Feild, George Smith, Church Wardins. 

Test William Yarbrough, Clk Vestry. 

[164] At a vestry held for Bristol Parish at Mr. Walter Boyds 
Jan' 2 1 St 1764. 
Present. The Reverand Mr. William Harrison, The" Feild, 
George Smith, Sam^ Gordon, Roger Adkerson, Geo. Nicholas, 
Wm. Eaton, Alex' Boiling — Gentlemen. 

Bristol Parish In Tobacco. Dr. 

To the Reverand Mr. Wm. Harrison, . . . 17,280 

To Wm. Yarbrough, Clk of the Brick Church, . . 1,600 

To ditto for d** Vestry & Sexton of d^ . . . 800 

To Jn" Young Clk & Sexton of Jones hole Church, i,6oo 

To Dan* Vaughan for keeping Margrett Williams, . 1,000 

To Wm. Butler for Ann Newhouse, .... 975 

To Phillip Moore for Ann Butterworth, . . . 800 

To Starkey Moore for Eliz' Davis, .... 885 

To ditto for Sirus Stuart, 850 

To ditto for Ann West 8 Months, .... 800 

To Mary Barrow for Warne, 950 

To ditto for Eliz' Brown, * . 600 

To ditto for keeping Mary May 6 Weeks, . . 100 

To John Temple for Willson, 900 

To Maj' Gotten, 600 

To Eliz' Vaughan, 250 

To Mr. John Pride for Running the dividing Line be- 
twixt Brandom and Bristol Parishes, . . . 636 

To Co'' The" Bland, 23 

To Ge" Nicholass, 32 

For the Use of the Parish, 10,431 

To the Parish Collector, 2,624 

43.736 



188 bristol parish vestry book. 

Bristol Parish Cr. 
By 1,562 Tyths @ 28' Tob* p' tythe, . . . 43.73^ 

Bristol Parish In Cash Dr. 

To Starkey Moore for burying Eliz' Davis, . ;^ i 6 

To Mr. Cha" Duncan, 4126 

To the Reverand Mr. Wm. Harrisson a Ball* . o 17 

To Mess" Feild & Call, . . . . . 858 

To Doctor Jam* Feild for keeping Jean Jones, 615 
To Wm. Yarbrough for Expences & Trouble 

For Going to Search the Record for this 

Parish, o 17 7 



£ 22 

Ordered that a Receipt from The" Bland To alex' Boiling for 
Forty two Pounds five shill*, Due fi-om the s* Boiling for the use 
of Rich** Bland, To the Parish for the Year 1751 be Recorded. 

Dec' 29, 1752 Received of Alex*" Boiling ;^4i. 15. 7^ on Ac- 
count of Bristol Parish for the Use of Col° Rich** Bland Rec* p'' 
The" Bland. 9 | 4^^ p* in Sundry Ferriges ;^42. 5. 

[165] Ordered That John Clements be Exempted from Pay^ 
ing Parish Levy. 

That Mr. John Ruffin be appointed Vestryman In the Room 
of Mr. Tho* Williams Deceased. 

Sir Wm. Skipworth by Letter Resigns being a Vestryman of 
this Parish any Longer. 

Nat' Rains appointed Vestryman in the Room of Sir Wm. 
Skipworth. 

Ordered that the Church Wardens apply To Rich* Bland (who 
undertook the addition to the Brick Church and the Church 
Walls) and acquaint him Unless he will finish the Work accord- 
ing to agreement within three months that the Church Wardens 
do agree with some Person to finish it agreeable To the said 
agreement. 

The former Church Wardens be appointed for the Ensuing^ 
Year. 

Theop's Feild, George Smith, Church War*". 

Test William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



189 



1762 Bristol Parish in Acc't with Theop's Feild & 
George Smith Dr. 

1 Tob«. 
17,280 



To p* the Rev* Mr. Tho" Wilkerson his sallery of, 
To p* William Yarbrough Clk of the Brick Church 

Vestry & sexton, • . . . . 
To p"* George Williams Clk of Jones Hole Church & 

sexton, 

To p"* Daniel Vaughan for Margret Williams, 

To William Butler for Ann Newhouse p*, 

To p** George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, . 

To p* Starkey Moor for Ann Butterworth, 

To p"* Mary Gotten, .... 

To P Rich* Tidmus for Eliz'*^ Vaughan, 

To p* Henry Dickson for Eliz*** Davis, 

To p* Mary Barrow for Warne, 

To p* Thomas Cheves for Eliz*** Brown, 

To p* the Prince George Sheriff, 

To p* Col. The. Bland for elks fees. 

To p* George Nicholas for ditto. 

To p* Mary Wilkerson for i Tyth twice listed 

To p* Benj' Ferdenan for i Tyth twice listed. 

For Collecting 42.840' Tob° at 6 p' Cent, . 

To 5 Insolvents as p"" Thom" Bonners acc^ returd @ 

28' p' Pole, 

To Tob* sold chiefly on C to sundry Persons for the 

use of the Parish of which 9,318 was at | 2^ p' 



1762 Bristol Parish. Cr. 

By 1,530 Tyths @ 28' Tob'* Each 42,840, . 

by 5 Tyths p* & not listed @ d* p' Tho' Bonners ace', 

by I Tyth found short in Col. Blands list, . 



2,400 

1,600 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

800 

600 

250 

1,000 

1,000 

400 

284 

322 

16 

22 

20 

2,570 

140 



p* & 1,987 at 18 I 6 Payable y" 12 of dec' next, 11,305 



43,008 

42,840 

140 

28 

43.008 



[166] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish at Mr. Walter Boyds 
Dec' ist 1764. 
Present. The Reverand Mr. William Harrison, The* Feild, 



190 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Sam' Gordon, Geo. Nicholas, William Eaton, Roger Atkirson, 
Geo. Smith, William Poythress, Nat' Rains. 

Bristol Parish. Dr. 

To the Reverand Mr. William Harrison, . . 17,280 

To William Yarbrough Clk Brick Church, . . 1,600 

To ditto for Clk Vestry, 400 

To ditto for Sexton, 400 

To Jn' Young Clk Jones Hole Church, . . . 1,200 

To Geo. Williams as Sexton for ditto, . . . 400 

To Dan' Vaughan for keeping Margrett Williams, . 1,000 

To William Butler for ann Newhouse, . . 975 

To Jn* Phillips for Ann Butterworth, . . . 1,000 

To Geo. Currie for Cyrus Stuart, .... 630 

To Mary Barrow for Warne, 1,000 

To Jacob Denhart for Willson, .... 400 

To Eliz' Vaughan, 250 

To Thom' Chives for Eliz' Brown, .... 600 

To Geo. Nicholas for 3 Copys List of Tythables, . 48 

To The** Bland for 2 Copys & ditto, ... 36 

To William Thweatt six tythes twice listed, . . 168 
To Wm. Jones for one tithe Listed which ought not 

to be, 22 

For The use of The Parish, 6,000 

To the Collector for Collecting 36,478 @ 6^ C\ . 2, 188 

To depositum In Collectors hands To be sold, . . 881 

36,478 

By 1,586 Tythes @ 23 f, Poll, .... 36,478 

Money Claims. 

To Gordon & Ramsay ^ ac , . 

To Jam' Feild f^ ditto, 

To Feilds & Call f. ditto, ... 

Ordered That The" Feild & William Poythress be appointed 
Church Wardins for the Ensuing year. 

Ordered That Jn* Banister be appointed a Vestryman In the 
Room of Jam" Murray Dec*. 



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[167] Ordered That Thomas Hayes be appointed Sexton for 
the Brick Church & that he attend accordingly. 

Theo. Feild, Geo. Smith Jr. 
a Copy Test William Yarbrough Clk Vest. 

1763 Bristol Parish to Gorden & Ramsey Dr. 

Dec' 27th To 32 Pains of Glass 8 & lo @ Io^ £ i 6 8 
To f of Putty >^3*, ... 89 



1763 Bristol Parish To Fields & Call Dr. 

Feb' 20th To 7 yards 21 | ip' shoes 

5 I 6. . . . . . ;^ I 6 6 

I p' hoes 5 I I Ell oznabrigs i | 6 6 6 

1 oz Thread i | 3 i oz Ditto 

|7>4. . . . . 1 loyi 

6 Ells Dowlas, ... 16 6 

2 Hankerchiefs for Ann West, 2 6 
Sep' II loo** 20* Nails i | 8 500 8'* ditto 

4 I 6, 62 

27 I m 8* ditto p' the Rev* William 

Harrison .... 90 

11^ y-'-Irish Lin @8 I 6, . 4 13 7^ 
I oz Thead for the suples, . i o 

/ 8 5 8 
1763 Bristol Parish to Field & Call Dr. 

May 27 To m 8* Nails p' the Revd William 
Harrison omm* in the last ace* 
1764 for 1763, . . . . / o 9 o 

Jan' II To S/4 yds of Plaids 12' | i oz 

Thread | S^ f^' note C. W. . 128 

27 To I oz thred | 8* 7>^ yds of Dow- 
las 13 I i>^. . . . 13 9/^ 
feb' II To I I vry Comb 10* for Ann West 10 
April 4 To 6 Ells ozbrigs 9' | p' order to 

John Williams, ... 90 



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[168] 1762 Bristol Parish in Acc't with Theo. Feild & 
Geo. Smith Jr. Churchwardens of ye s*d Parish Dr. 

To Paid the Reverand Mr. Tho" Wilkirson his Sal- 

leryof 17,280 

To Paid William Yarbrough Clk of the Brick Church, 

Vestry & sexton, 2,400 

To Paid Geo. Williams Clk & Sexton of Jones hole 

his Sallery of 1,600 

To Paid Dan' Vaughan for Margret Williams, . . 1,000 

To Paid William Butler for Ann Newhouse, . . 1,000 

To Paid Geo. Currie for Cyrus Stewart, . . . 1,000 

To Paid Starkey Moore for Ann Butterworth, . . 800 

To Paid Mary Gotten, 600 

To Paid Rich* Titmas for Eliz' Vaughan, . . . 250 

To Paid Henry Dickson for Eliz* Davis, . . . 1,000 

To Paid Mary Barrow for Warne, .... 1,000 

To Paid Tho' Cheves for Eliz' Brown, . . . 409 

To Paid y" Sherriff of Prince George, . . . 284 

To Paid Col** The' Bland for Clerks fees, ... 321 

To Paid Geo. Nicholas for ditto, .... 16 

To Paid Mary Wilkerson one tithe twice listed, . 22 

To Paid Benj* Fernando i tythe twice listed, . . 20 

To Collecting 42,840' Tob^ @ 6 ^ O of . . . 2,570 
To five Insolvants as p' Tho" Bonner acc^ Ret* at 28 

f^Pole, 140 

For Tobacco sold (Chiefly on Credit) to sundaries 

Persons for the use of the Parish of wch. 9,318' 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK, 198 

was at 2* p' p** & 1,987 at i8 I 6 p' O Payable the 

1 2th Dec. next, 11*305 

43,008 

1762 By 1,530 Tiths at 28' Tob* Each, . . . 42,840 
By 5 Tiths p* & not listed at D" as f> Tho* Bon- 

ners ace*, 140 

By one tithe found short. Cast in Col** Bland's 

list, , 28 



D* Twice Recorded by mistake. 
[169] 1762 Bristol Parish Dr. 

Decern. 7th To Cash Paid Henry Wilkison 

by Order of Vestry as p' 

Rec\ .... 

22d To Cash Paid Fields & Call 

on y^ Ace' of Jn° Williams 

by Ord' of Vestry as p Rec* 

To one bottle Clarrot for the 

Communion at Jones Hole 

Church, .... 

For man and horse to go out 

with & bring back y* Plate 

1763. &C. from D«, . 

Februry 8 To Cash Paid A. Claiborne 
for a Judgment obt** & se- 
cur'd ag"* Wm. Carpenter 
p^ Rec\ .... 
13 To 2 bottles Clarrol for y* 
Communion at the brick 
Church, . . .* . 

Mach 29 To Cash Paid Mrs. Taylor as 

p' her Ace* & Receipt, 

April 1st To 2 bottles Clarrett for y" 

Communion at the brick 
Church one of wch acci- 
dently broke, . 



43,008 



5 16 



15 

9 
^7 



194 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

17 To 2 D** D* for the Commu- 

nion at Jones Hole Church, 9 

To man & horse to go out with 
& bring back the Plate &C. 
from D°, . . . . 26 

June 5 To I battle Clarrett for the 
Communion at the brick 
Church 46 

18 To Cash Paid Alex' Gibbs for 

33 Days work due at the 
Glebe as p' Rec*. . . 5 ^5 ^ 

26 To one bottle Clarrett for the 
Communion at Jones hole 
Church, .... 46 

To man & horse to go with & 
bring back y* Plate &C. 
twice thro bad weath', . 5 

29 To Paid the P. George Sher- 

riflf tickitt of 45' N* Tob* @ 

, 2^ 76 

July 12 To Mr. James Murrys note of 

hand of this Date in fav' of 

y** Parish for, . . . 12 12 8 

To Wm. & Jn" Lanthrops 

Joynt bond Payable 12th 

Xber next in fav' of D% . 18 7 8 

Octob' 23 To I bottle Clarrett for the 

Communion at y** brick 

Church, .... 46 

24 To Paid Doct' Jameson Ace' 

ag' the Parish for ann West 

as p' Rec\ . . 6 19 4j^ 

To Paid "Mr. William Eaton 

for y* ist payment to the 

undertaker of the Parsons 

Glebe house as ^ Rec', . 100 

30 To Man & horse to go with 

& bring the Plate &C. from 

Jones hole C**, . . . 26 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 195 

Nov' 2 To Paid William Yarbrough 

by order of Vestry as p' 
Rec', . . . 329 

13 To 2 bottles Clarritt for y' 
Communion at Jones hole 
Church, .... 9 

To man & horse to go w"* and 
bring back the Plate &C. 

from D* 26 

Dec. 16 To Paid Peter Warren the 

the rever^ Mr. Wm. Har- 
rissons order for the Deliv- 
ery of 2 H** Shells at the 
Glebe, . . . . 17 6 

22d To p** Mrs. Sarah Tayler Ace* 
of this date ag* the Parish 
as p' Rec', . ... 16 

To Commissions for selling 
11,305' Tob' sold for 96. o. 
8 as p"" Contra, ... 4 16 

To Commissions for securing 
& Collecting the nine sev- 
eral fines &C. amounting 
to 24. 12. 8 as appears on 
y* Contra side, . . . 1471^ 

To ball' Due the Parish (Ex- 
clusive of four specialtys 
amounting To 56. 16. 2. 
wch are Mr. Wm. Eaton 
23. 17. 6, Mr. Rich* Bland 
5. 6. o, James Day 15. o. o, 
Mr. Jam' Murray 12. 12. 8, 2 16 ^}i 



1762. 172 2 ia>^ 

Nov. II By ball' due y** Parish as p' ace* 
Rendered in my hand Exclusive 
of four specialtys w'ch were Wil- 
liam Wm Eaton Cha* Sullivant 
R* Bland and Jam" Day amount* 



196 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

in y^ whole (Exclusive of Int') to 

49. I. 10, . . . , jC 2S 2 jyi 

Dec. 22 By Cash of Wm. Carpenter & Chas. 

Sullivant Penal bill Lawyers fee 

Therein in Cluded, . . . 4 18 4 

By 3 month 22 Days Int' Due on 

4. 18. 4 is, .... 15 

By a Judgm* of P. Geo. Court ag* 

Mr. Jam' Murray as Sherriff for 

fines Rec* by Peter Peterson his 

under Sherriff Due the Parish 

including Cost of suit & att. fee 
1763. wch is not yet Paid A Claiborne, 12 12 8 

June 12 By 1,987* Tob" sold W Lantrope 

at 18 I 6 f) C» Payable as p' his 

and his Brother Johns bond the 

1 2th Dec. next, . . . 18 . 7 8 

July By 9,318' Tob* sold sundry Persons 

a great p' C @ 2*, . 
Nov^ 3 By Eliz' Crooks Child for a fine, 

Carr^ forw*, . 
[170] Debit bro* Forward, 

C Bro* Forward, . . 144 5 2}4 
By Rich** Harrison & R** Harrison 
Jun' and Peter Aldridge for Pro- 
fane swearing 5 | Each, . . 15 
7 By Mary Tuckers fine for a bastard 

Child Paid by Rich* Taylor, 2 10 

16 By Wm. & Jn" Lantrops bond p* 

26 Days before Due, . . 18 7 8 
Dec. 22 By Cash p' Nathan' Rains for a 
fine as p' Judgm' Peter Peterson 
wherein A Claiborns fee is in- 
cluded, 5 15 

By Cash of Nat' Rains for a fine of 
5 I ag*' Tho' Lee & 5 | for a fine 
ag"* James Sturdivant, . • . 10 

172 2 io}4 



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By a ball' due the Parish Exclusive 
of y* 4 specialtys for 56. J 6. 2 
Errors Excepted y" 22** of Dec. 
1763 T. Feild Churchwarden, . 



2 16 3J4 



Recorded Test 



William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 



1763. Bristol Parish In Acc*t with The'o Feild & Geo. 

Smith Jr Churchwardens of ve s*d Parish. Dr. 

To p** the Rever* Mr. William Harrison his Sallery of, 17,280 
To Wm. Yarbrough p** his Sallery as Clk and Sexton 

of the Brick Church, 2,400 

To p** Jn** Young his Sallery as Clk and Sexton of 

Jones hole Church, 1,600 

To p** Dan* Vaughan for Margret Williams, . . 1,000 

To p** Wm. Butler for Ann Newhouse, . . . 975 

To p** Phillip Moore for Ann Butterworth, . . 800 

To p* Starkey Moore for Eliz' Davis, . . 885 

To p* Ditto Ditto for Cyrus Stewart, . . 850 

To p** Ditto Ditto for Ann West, .... 800 

To p** Mary Barrow for warne, .... 950 

To p** Ditto Ditto for Mary May, .... ico 

To p** Col. Theo. Bland, ..... 23 

To p* Mr. Geo. Nicholas, 32 

To p* Mr. Jn' Pride for Runing y* Parish line, . 636 

To p* Jn* Temple for Willson 900 

To p** Rich** Titmash for Eliz' Vaughn, . . . 250 

To p* Mary Barrow for Eliz* Brown, . . 600 

To the Collector for Collecting 43,736' Tob** @ 6 ^ C, 2,624 
To Tob* sold at Publick auktion y* loth may & 14 ag' 

1 764 for the use of y' Parish of which . . 600 
Was Carried for Maj. Gotten an Inhabitant of y" 
Lower Parish. 
On C To Mr. Jn° Baird 6,076' @ 15 | i The' Feild 
1.526' @ 14 I II Mr. Ja" Murray 792' @ 16 | i The** 
Feild 1,482' @ 14 I . Richard Hanson 1,155 @ 

14 I . The hole being asp' ac' annext 81. 11. 11, 11,031 



44,336 



198 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Jan'y 1764 Ditto Cr. 

By 1,562 Tythes at 28' Tob' p' Tythe. . 43,736 

By Levy'd for Maj' Gotten who I found was 

and is an inhabitant in y* Low' Parish, 600 



44-336 



[171] 1763 Bristol Parish In Acc*t w't The'o Feild 
Churchwarden Dr. 



Dec. 25th To one bottle Clarrett for the 
Communion at Jones Hole 
Church, .... 
To man & horse to go and re- 
turn w'*' the Plate twice from 

Ditto, 

31st To Paid Walter Bateman for 
glazing & Repairing the 
1764. Church wind' p' Rec\ . 

Jan^ I To one bottle Clarrett for the 

Communion at y*" brick 

Church, .... 

4 To Paid the rever** Mr. William 

Harrison his ace* as p' Rec*, 

march 29 To p"* Stark ey Moores (order) 
as p' order of Vestry as p' 
Rec', 

April 22d To 3 bottles Clarrett for y* Com- 
munion at the brick Church 
two of Which was accidently 
broke, .... 

may 8 To p** A. Claiborne a fee for a 

Judm* ag" Peter Peterson as 
p' Rec\ . . . 

June 2 To p* Wm. Burk for plaster* 

and w' washing the Glebe as 
p'Rec\ . . . . 
10 To 2 bottles Clarrett for y* Com- 
munion at Jones hole Church, 
To man & horse to go w'*" and 



4 6 



6 7 

4 6 
17 



I 6 



13 6 



15 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 199 

bring back yf Plate &C. from 

D', 26 

17 To 2 bottles Garret t for the 
Communion at the brick 
Church, .... 9 

22 To P Doct' James Feild p' or- 
der of Vestry as p' Rec*, . 613 
July II To p** John Banister his fee for 
a Judgm* ag^ James Day as p' 

Rec* ' 15 

12 To p-* Feild & Call p' order of 

Vestry as p' Rec*, . . 858 

To p* Cha" Duncan ^ Ditto as 

p'D-, 4 12 6 

Octob' 14 To 2 bottles Clar' for y" Commu- 
nion at at Jones hole Church, 9 
To man & horse to go with and 
bring back y* Plate from D*, * 2 6 
2ist To one bottle Clar' for y' Com- 
munion at y* Brick Church, 4 6 
31 To p** Wm. Yarbrough p' ord' 

of Vestry as p' Rec', . . ^7 7 

To Commissions for Selling 11, 
031' Tob* 81. II. II. as p' 
Contra, .... 417 

To D* for securing and Collect' 
10 fines amount* as p' Contra 
to 12', .... 12 

Dec. I For ball' Due y" Parish Exclu- 

sive of two specialties amount* 
to ;^36. 10. 2 which are Mr. 
Wm. Eaton 23. 17. 6 & Mr. 
Jam' Murry Dec' 12. 12. 8, 87 4 jj4 



1763. ;^ii9 18 9H 

Dec. 22 Do C By Ball' Due y'' Parish as p^ 
ace' Cur* Exclusive of four Spe- 
cialties for 56. 16. 2. w®" are Mr. 
William Eatons 23. 17. 6. Mr. 



200 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Rich* Bland J' ;^5. 6. Jam' Mur- 
1764. ry 12. 12. 8 Jam" Day ;^I5, - 2 16 3)4 

may 8 By a fine from Jn" Temple for Pro- 
fane Swearing, - - - - 5 
June 12 By mary Jones fine for a bastard 

Child p** by Nat' Rams. - - 2 10 

By a fine from Tho. Whitmour for 

Protaning the Sabath Day, 

July 1 1 By Cash of & for Mr. Rich** Bland 

J' note hand, ... * 

aug* II By Cash & for Ja' Days specialty 

as p' Judgm*, .... 

By D* for Inf from y" 30th Nov' 

1762 to y* loth aug* 1764, 
By D* for Cost atte fee 15 | . Clks 
& Sherriffs 145* Tob° 24 | 2, 
may 10 By Mr. Jn* Baird for 6,076' Tob* 
on 6 months C @ 15 | i, . 
By The' Feild for 1,526' D*» on Jor- 

dons and hoods 14 | 11, . 
By Mr. Jam' Murry 792' D** his 
Levys 15 | i, . 
aug* 14 By The** Feild 1,482' D*» at Jordons 

I4|.> 

By Rich* Hanson for 1,155' E)** at 
Cabin Point 14 | , . 
Nov. 21 By Dan' Sturdivants fine p' Nat' 

Rains, ..... 
By Ja' Sturdivants fine p' D*' D*, . 
By Geo. Davis 2 fines p' D° D', . 
By Tho. Lee's J' fine p' D** D^ . 
By Henry Delony Gaming fine 5;^ 

By Sarah Rowtons bastard fine 

2£ I los., .... 

Dec. I By p' Tho Bonner, 

By Ball' Due y* Parish exclusive of 
2 specialtys 36. 10. 2, 

E. Excepted y* ist Dec. 1764. 





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4 


7H 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



201 



/ 45 15 8 



[172] 1764 acc*t of transfer tobo. sold at publick 
Auction for ye use of Bristol Parish. 

may loth To Mr. Jn" Baird 6,076* on 6 

months Credit @ 15 | i, . 
To The* Feilds 1.526 of Jordons 

and hoods Inspectors @ 14 | 11, 
To Mr. James Murrey 792 his 

Levys @ 15 | i, 
Aug* 14 To The* Feild 1,482 of Jordons 

Inspectors @ 14 | , . 
To Mr. Rich* Hanson 1,155 of 

Cabin p* Tob* Ditto @ 14 | , . 



II 



5 19 



10 



rA 



5% 



£ 81 



II II 



11,031 of which 10,431 was Levyed for sale and 

600 for Maj' Cotten an inhabitant of y* Low' Parish. 

11,031 

At a vestry held for Bristol Parish at the Glebe Octob' 14, 1765. 

Present, the Reverand Mr. William Harrison, The* Feild 
Sen., George Nicholas, William Poythress, John Banister, Jn* 
Ruffin, Roger Atkirson, Samuel Gordon, Gen*. 

Bristol Parish in Tobo. Dr. 

To the Reverand Mr. William Harrison, . . . 17,280 
To William Yarbrough Clk of the Brick Church & 

Vestry, 2,000 

To Thomas Hayes Sexton of D°, . . . . 400 

To D® D" for Extraordinary Services, . . 200 

. To John Young Clk Jones Hole, .... 1,200 

To Geo. Williams Sexton, 400 

To Dan' Vaughan for Margret Williams, . . . i,ooo 

To William Butler for Ann Newhouse, . . 975 

To Jn" Phillips for Ann Butterworth, . . 1,000 

To Geo. Currey for Cyrus Stewart, .... 630 

To Mary Barrow for Warne, 1,000 

To Jacob Denhart for John Willson, . . . 1,000 



202 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To William Aldridge for Eliz' Brown, . . 500 

To Geo. Nicholas for 3 Copys List Tithes 16 Each, . 48 

To William Yarbrough for washing Church Linnen, 400 



28,033 
To the Collectors for CoUecfing 30,400, . . . I1824 

To Depositum in Collectors hands, . . . * . 543 



30,400 



Cr. 
By 1,600 Tithes @ 19* Tob* f> Poll 30,400 



[173] Money Claims. 








To Feilds & Call f^ Ace', . . 


£ I 


9 


4J4 


To William Harrison ^ Ace*, 


2 


2 


4 


To Ann Lambath Davis ^ Ac\ . 


3 


18 


6 


To Th** Arbuthnot for a Coffin for Cha' 








Mearns, 




10 





;^ 8 o 2>^ 

Ordered That Theodrick Bland Jun. be appointed Vestryman 
in the Room of William Eaton who is Removed out of the 
Parish. 

Church wardens to Call Several Parish Debtors to Ace* for the 
ballance due to the Parish and to ace* for the same at next Lay- 
ing the Levy. 

William Harrison & Jn" Ruffin appointed to See the Glebe 
house is finish' t accordmg to agreement and to agree with Some 
Person to build a Kitchen 20 by 16 with a Brick Chimney and 
Good brick floor and to agree with Some Person to wainscoat 
the two Lower Rooms in the Glebe house four feet high. 

William Harrison to Purchase 100 Choice apple trees for the 
benefit of the Glebe. 

John Ruffin & Nat' Rains appointed Church wardens the En- 
suing year. 

Theo. Feild, Wm. Poythress. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 203 

At a vestry held at Bristol Glebe Friday July loth 1766. 

Present. Revera** William Harrison, John Ruffin, John 
Banister, The** Feild, Theod* Blaad Jun^ Rob* Boiling, George 
Nicholas, George Smith J', Vestrymen. 

Ordered That Christopher Ford be allowed twenty Pounds 
for additions to the Glebe house as ^ ace* & agreement made 
with him. 

Ordered That Peter Legrand be allowed ten Pounds for Sun- 
dry additions to the Glebe house as p' ace* ace* & agreement 
with Mr. Wm. Elaton one of the Commissioners. 

Ordered That Mr. The** Feilds ace* &C. be Recorded. 

Ordered That Theo. Feild do Pay to Christopher Ford by 
order of Peter Legrand the Sum of one hundred & twenty 
Pounds the ball' of his ace* for building the Glebe house which 
is this Day Received & also to Christopher Ford the Sum of 
twenty Pound & to Peter Legrand the further Sum of ten Pounds 
agreeable to the above allowances & for which S** Sums the S^ 
Feild is to be allowed Interest from this Day till Repaid; & 
which S** Sums of ;^2o & ;^io the Said ford agrees to Except in 
full of all Demands against the s^ Parish Either by the S** Le- 
grand or Ford. 

John Ruffin Church Warden. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk. V. 

(174] Bristol Parish in acc't with Theo. Feild & 
William Poythress Church Wardens s'd Parish Dr. 

To p** y' Rever** Mr. William Harrison his Sallery of, 17,280 
To p** Wm. Yarbrough his Sallery as Clk & Clk of 

Vestry & Sexton of Brick Church, . . . 2,400 

To p* John Young Clk of Jones hole Church by Geo. 

Smith Jr., 1,200 

To p* Geo. Williams Sexlon of D** to Jn* Hall by do, 400 

To p* Dan* Vaughan for keeping Margret Williams 

by T. F., 1,000 

To p** William Butler for keeping ann Newhouse by 

G. Smith J^ 975 

To p* Jn' Phillips for Eliz' Butterworth by Theo. Feild, i .000 



204 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To p** Geo. Currie for keeping Cyrus Stuart ^ his or- 
der to N. Rains by do, 630 

To p** Mary Barrow for keeping Eliz' Vaughan by 

Geo. Smith J', 1,000 

To p"* Jacob Denheart for keeping Willson by The* 

Feild, 400 

To p** R** Titmash for keeping EHz' Vaughan ^ order 

to Feild & Call 250 

To p** Thorn" Cheves for keeping Eliz' Brown by Geo. 

Smith Jr., 600 

To p* George Nicholas Esq' by The" Feild, . . 48 

To p** Col* The* Bland by ditto, .... 36 

To p** William Thweatt for 6 Tythes twice Listed by 

The* Feild, 168 

To p** William Jones for one Tithe twice Listed by 

George Smith Jr., 22 

To p** Jn* Hall y'^ Sherff William Potters att' vs Geo. 
Smith and The* Feild as Church Wardens of this 
Parish from Lunb* Cot' as p' Rec\ . . . 1,640 
To 6 f^ C for Collecting 36,478' Tob* as f) the Par- 
ish Ace*, 2,188 

To Sundrys Insolvents as ^ Jn* Halls List, . . 968 

To p"* the Prince George Clk Ticket of, . . . 154 

To p** the Prince George Sheriff a Ticket of, . . 27 

For Tob* taken & sold for y"" use of the Parish @ 2d, 4, 138 

36,524 
1764 Dec^ Do. Cr. 

By 1,586 Tithes @ 23^ f. Poll, 36,478 

By 2 tithes Rec** by The* Field which was S' Payton 
Skipwiths & Thom' Hayes found not incerted in 
the Clks List of Tithables 23 Each, ... 46 



Insolvents for Bristol Parish for the year 1764. 
William Burk 3 

Robert Bonner 14 
William Carpender i 
William Davis 2 



36,524 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



205 



Exiward Epes i 

Henry Hobbs i 

Rob* Jesper i 

Anthoney Jesper i 

David Lee i 

Osbon Ledbetter i 

Honorious Powell 3 

Fra* Poythress 2 

Burrill Reeves 3 

William Spears i 

John Warpole i 

William Gibbs 5 

Joseph Kirkland 1 



Bristol Parish Cr. 
Tyths, by Theop" Feild found, not. 
inserted in Clks list. Sir Payton 
Skipwith & Tho" Hayes by Each 23. 46. 



42 @ 23 p' Pol 



968 
46 



922 
Errors & omitions Excepted p' John Hall Collector. • 

nov' y"* nth 1765. 



ith 



[175] 

1764, 
Dec^ I 

1765. 
Jan' 



March 27 



Bristol Parish in acc*t with Theo. Feild as 
Church Warden Dr. 



ap' 

May 
June 



14 

26 
15 



To p** Mr. Peter Legrand on ace* of 
the Glebe p' order of Mr. Wm. Ea- 
ton as p' Rec*, . . . . ;^ 60 

For man & horse to go with & bring 
back *the Plate from Jones hole 
Church In very frosty Cold Wea- 
ther, 4 

To p** Mr. Ch' Ford on acc^ of Mr. 
Legrand p' order of Wm. Eaton on 
ace* of the Glebe as f^ Rec\ . . 60 

For man & horse to go with and bring 

back the Plate from Jones hole Ch***, 3 

For do do do 3 

To p"* D' James Feild by order of Ves- 
try of y* 1st Dec. 1764 as p' Rec*, 26 14 10 



206 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



To p* Feild & Call by order of D* of 

the 1st Dec. 1764 as p' Rec*, . 592 

Octob. 10 To p** Mess Gordon & Ramsay Lev- 
ied them by the vestry do. as p' Rec' 115 5 

as with Great Diffaculty it was I Could 
Procure Good Claritt at Such times 
as the Church Wanted induced me 
where such offered to buy up Suffi- 
cient (as I thought) for two years, 
accordingly I so Provided but thro, 
(an uncommon Winter) and the 
Long & Continued Severity of it 9 
bottles of Clarrett turn* sow' & use- 
less, 206 

16 To p** Walter Boyd ace* for Clarret 
had for the Sacramental use of the 
two Churches between 24th Dec' 
1764 & 23 may 1765 being Nine 
bottles as p' Rec*, . . . 2 14 

30 To Col* Boiling his ace* as (p' Rec*) of i 10 



1765. 
March 



jCi6o 13 II 



1764 Dec' 1st. Do. Cr. 

By ball' Due the Parish (as p' Ace* 

Ren** in my hands Exclusive of 2 

Specialties for /^^6. 10. 2. which 

is Wm. Eatons ;^23. 17. 6 & Mr. 

Ja" Murrays dec* for ;^ 12. 12. 8, 87 4 7^ 

14 By Cash for Mr. William Eatons 

Specialty of, . . . . 23 17 6 

By Int" due thereon for 3 years & 

near 3 months, . . . 3 17 4 

May 16 By a fine of Ja' Sturdivants (^ N. 

Rains) for profane swearing, . 5 

By the nine Empty bottles w*"* Con- 
tained the Clar* y* sow*, . 3 
Nov' nth By 4,138' Tob** Taken & Sold for 

the use of y" Parish @ 2*, . . 34 9 S 

Ball' due from the Parish as the 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



207 



above Mr. James Murray Dec"* 
Specialty of ;^i2. 12. 8 is Re- 
turn' d to the Present Church 
Wardens To The' Feild Late 
Church Warden, 



10 16 g}4 
160 13 II 



Errors and omissions Excepted the nth nov' 1765. 

Theo. Feild. 
Test William Yarbrough. 

[176] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish In Blandford Tues- 
day January 27th 1767. 
Present. John Ruffin, Nathan' Rains, George Smith J', Wil- 
liam Poythress,Theodrick Bland J', John Banister, George Nich- 
olas Vestrymen. 

Bristol Parish is Dr. lb. Tob. 

To the Reverend Mr. William Harrison, . . . 17,280 
To William Yarbrough Clk of the Brick Church & 

Vestry, 2,000 

To Thomas Wright Sexton of the brick Church, . 400 

To Ditto for Extraordinary Services, . . . 200 

To John Young Clk of Jones hole Church, . . 1,200 

To George Williams Sexton for do, .... 400 

To Daniel Vaughan for keeping Margret Williams, 1,000 

To William Butler for keeping Ann Newhouse, . 975 

To John Phillips for keeping Ann Butterworth, . 1,000 

To George Currie for keeping Cyrus Stewart, . . 630 

To Jacob Denheart for keeping John Willson, . . 1,000 

To William Aldridge for keeping Eliz' Brown, . 500 

To George Nicholas for three Copys list Tithables, . 48 
Ti> William Yarbrough for Washing the Church Lin* 

the Last year, 120 

To John Hall for Levying Ex* on Mr. Feild a Ch. 

Warden, ^36 

For the use of the Parish, 11,851 



38,640 



208 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To the Collector for Collecting 41,106, . . . 2,466 



41,106 
Cr. 

By 1,581 Tithes @ 26' Tob' ^ Poll, . . . . 41,106 

Ordered That Nathaniel Rains & John Ruffin be appointed 
Church Wardens of this Parish the Ensuing year. 

Money Claims Vizt. 

To Theophilus Feild ^ ace*, . . . . ;^ 16 5 io>^ 
To Thomas Egleton ^ Ditto, . . . 4 10 o 

To The Reverand Mr. William Harrison for 
building Kitchen at the Glebe when finished 
& Received, 35 



;^55 15 10 J^ 



That Thomas Bonner be appointed Collector for the Lower 
Part of the Parish of Bristol that lies in Prince George County 
and John Jones Jun' for the upper part of the s** Parish in Din- 
widdie County on their Giving Bond & Security as the Law 
Directs and that they Collect from Every Tithable Person twenty 
Six Pounds of Tob* for the Parish Levy for the year 1766 and 
In Case of Refusal or non Payment to Levy the Same by distress 
and Pay the Parish Creditors as it is Proportioned. 

John Ruffin & Nath*l Rains, Church Wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk. 

[177] At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol parish Aug* 
31st 1767. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. William Harrison, John Rufiin, 
Nathan' Raines, C. Wardens, The" Feild Sen', Samuel Gordon, 
Geo. Nicholas, George Smith, Rob* Boiling, Gent". 

Persuant to the orders of the Last Courts held for Prince 
George & Dinwiddie Counties this Vestry has divided the Parish 
into Convenient Precincts and appointed the times and Persons 
for Processioning Every Particular Persons Land within the same 
as Followeth, 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 209 

Ordered That the Precincts from the Nottoway Road up as 
far as munks Neck Road from the head of Black water to the 
River be processioned gon^ Round and the Landmarks Renewed 
On the First Monday in Nov' Next and That Anthony Williams 
& Dan* Vaughan be appointed to See the Same performed and 
to make & Return to the Vestry an Account of every persons 
Land they shall procession and of the persons present at the 
same & what Land in their precincts they shall fail to procession 
and particular Reason of such failure. That the precincts from 
the puddle dock to Lieutenants Run between the River & the 
Great or munks Neck Road be processioned gone Round and 
the Land marks Renewed on the first Wensday in Nov^ Next 
and that Nathan' Harrison & William Poythress be appointed 
to see the same perform' d and to make and Return to the Vestry 
on Ace' of EveVy Persons Land they shall procession and of the 
persons present at the same and what Land In their precincts 
they shall fail to procession & Particular Reason of such failure. 
That the precincts from Lieutenants Run to the Indian Town 
Run including Rohowick be processioned gone Round and the 
Land marks Renewed on the First friday in Nov' Next and that 
William Eaton and John Blick be appointed to see the same 
performed &C. That the precincts from the Indian Town Run 
to the Parish Line be processioned gone Round and the Land 
marks Renewed on the Second monday in Nov' Next and that 
Robert Ruffin and Roger Atkinson be appointed to see the same 
performed &C. That the precincts from between Black water 
Swamp and Second Swamp from Baughs path to the Parish Line 
be processioned gone Round and the Land marks Renewed on 
the Second Wensday in Nov' Next, and that Edward Birchett & 
Drury Birchett be appointed to see the same perform' d &C. 
That the precincts from the parish Line between Jones hole & 
Warwick Swamp up to munks Neck Road be processioned gone 
Round and the Land marks Renewed on the Second Friday in 
Novem' Next and that Thomas Whitmore & James Cate be ap- 
pointed to see the same perform 'd &C. That the precincts from 
Warwick Swamp to the parish Line between Jones hole Road 
and Nottoway Road be processioned gone Round & the Land 
marks Renew' d on the third monday in Nov' Next and that 
James Cureton & Thom" Bonner be appointed to see the same 



210 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

perform' d &C. That the precincts from munks Neck bridge to 
Rowantay Bridge be processioned gone Round and the Land 
marks Renewed on the third Wensday in Nov' Next and that 
Jo" Kirkland & William Perkins be appointed to see the same 
perform** &C. That the precincts from munks Neck Road up 
the North Side of munks Neck to hatchers Run to the parish 
Line be processioned gone Round & the Land marks Renew' d 
on the Third Friday in Nov' Next & that Morriss Vaughan and 
William Browder Jur. be appointed to see the same performed 
&C. 

. [178] Ordered That the precincts from James Baughs path 
Between Black water and Second Swamp and munks Neck Road 
be procession *d gone Round and the Land marks Renewed on 
the fourth monday in Nov' Next and that Jo' Reves and William 
Edwards be appointed to see the same perform 'd'&C. That the 
precincts from the Parish Line up the great Branch of Warwick 
be processioned gone Round and the Land marks Renewed on 
the fourth Wensday in Nov' Next and that Thomas Daniel Jur 
8i Henry Wilkerson be appointed to see the same perform* d. 
That the precincts from the Great Branch of Warwick between 
Second Swamp, to munks Neck Road, be processioned gone 
Round & the Land marks Renewed on the fourth Friday in 
Novem' Next and that John Wicks & Peter Leath be appointed 
to see the same perform'd &C. That the precincts from Puddle 
dock Run to the Road that goes by Samuel Jordans former 
Plantation and from the Parish Line to the great Road, be pro- 
cession 'd gone Round and the Land marks Renew' d on the first 
Tuesday in Nov' Next and that Thomas Lewis & James Murrey 
be appointed to see the same perform'd &C. That the precincts 
from the Parish Line to the Nottoway Road and from the Road 
Leading by Samuel Jordans former plantation to Black Water 
be processioned gone Round and the Land marks Renewed on 
the first thursday in Nov' Next & that John Thweatt & John 
Cureton be appointed to see the same perform'd &C. That the 
precincts from the County Line between Stony Creek & the 
fox Branch up to the Parish Line be procession 'd gone Round 
and the Land marks Renew' d on the Second Tuesday in Nov"^ 
Next and that Robert Elavans and William Melone be appointed 
to see the same perform'd &C. That the precincts from between 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 211 

the fox Branch and munks Neck to the Parish Line be proces- 
sion' d gone Round & the Land marks Renewed on the Second 
thursday in Nov' Next arid that David Abernatha and Bennet 
Kirby be appointed to see the same performed &C. That the 
precincts from the puddle dock Run to the City Creek and from 
the main Road to the River be procession' d gone Round & the 
Land marks Renew' d on the third Tuesday in Nov' Next & that 
John Gilliam and Robert Gilliam be appointed to see the same 
performed &C. That the precincts from the Parish line between 
the main Road and the River be processioned gone Round and 
the Land marks Renew' d on the third thursday in Nov' Next 
and that Burwell Green and John Sturdivant be appointed to see 
the same perform 'd &C. That the Lands on the South Side of 
Stony Creek in this Parish which was taken out of Bath Parish 
to the Parish Line be procession' d gone Round and the Land 
marks Renew' d on the fourth Tuesday in Nov' Next & that 
Thomas Eavans & James Harrison be appointed to see the same 
perform' d &C. [179] Ordered That the Lots in the towns of Pe- 
tersburg & Blandford be procession' d gone Round and the Land 
marks Renew' d on the fourth thursday in Nov' Next and that 
Thomas Jones and Peter Jones Jun. be appointed to see the same 
perform 'd &C. 

That the several persons afore mentioned do appoint and ad- 
vertise the time of processioning the Said Lands within their 
several precincts before the last day of Next March and make 
Return of their proceedings as the Law directs and that they 
take Care to date their Several Returns. 

That Nathaniel Harrison be appointed a Vestryman in the 
Room of Alex' Boiling Gen* dect. and that he be acquainted 
with the same by the Clk. 

That the Church Wardens of this parish do apply to the 
Church wardens of Dale parish to know what has become of the 
money the Glebe Lands sold for by Vertue of an act of assembly 
made in the year 1757 & to Receive the proportion due to this 
Parish and to make Report to the Vestry. 

John Ruffin, N. Raines C. Wardens. 
Test William Yarbrough Clk. Vestry. 



212 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish, Blandford Nov' 13th ds^y 
1767. 
Present. The Reverend Mr. William Harrison, The* Feild 
Sen', George Smith, The"* Bland, George Nicholas, Nathan* Har- 
rison, Sam* Gordon, Col" John Ruffin, Gent*men. 

Bristol Parish Dr. 

To the Reverend Mr. William Harrison, . . . 17,280 

To William Yarbrough Clk Church Sc Vestry, . . 2,000 

To ditto for washing the Church Linnen, . . . 120 

To Thomas Wright Sexton for the Brick Church, . 400 

To John Young Clk Jones hole Church, . . . 1,200 

To Geo. Williams Sexton of ditto, 400 

To Dan* Vaughan for keeping Margret Williams, . 1,000 

To William Butler for keeping Ann Newhouse, . 975 

To Wm. Aldrige for keeping Ann Butterworth, . 1,000 

To Geo Currie for keeping Cyrus Stuart, . . 630 

To Jacob Denheart for keeping John Willson, . . 1,000 

To William Aldridge for keeping Eliz* Brown, . . 500 

To ditto for ditto for Extraordinary Trouble, . . 1,000 

To William Scoggin for assistance in maintaining him, 500 
To Benj' Johnston Constable for Removing Eliner 
Morgan Alee McDonald and her daughter Mar- 
gret poor persons, to the Parish & County of 

Henrico 31 miles p' ace', 186 

To ditto for ferriges & accomodations 7 | 6, . . 45 
To Morgan Council for keeping Mary Tammohd 6 

months, 500 

Debit Carried Over, . 28,736 

lb Tob" 

[180] Amount of Debit Bro* Over, . . . 28,736 

To Col' The** Bland for Copy List Tithes, . . 36 

To George Nicholas for 3 ditto ditto, ... 48 

28,820 

To 6 f»' C for Collecting 50,010* Tob', . . . 3,000 

To Tob* to be Sold for the use of the Parish . . 18, 190 



50»oio 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 213 

5y 807 Tithes in Dinwiddie County | 
By 860 ditto in Prince George ditto ) 

1,667 Tithes @ 30* is 50,010 

Money Claims. 

To Starkey Moore ;^i '4 

To Alice Brown, 15 

To Wm. Stain back, 4 

To The" Feild, 4 19 8 



£1 12 8 



Nathaniel Raines & Rob* Boiling appointed Church Wardens 
for the Ensuing Year. 

John Ruffin, C. Warden. 

Test William Yarbrough, Clk. V. 



1765 
1766. 



The Parish of Bristol In Acc*t with John 
Ruffin Ch. Warden Dr. 



To paid Thomas Egleton in part of his Ace*, 

To p* Geo. Nicholas for 48* Tob* @ 2*, 

To p** Old Jones for Removing a woman from 

this parish ^ order, .... 
To sending Elements to both Churches at Xmas 
To ditto ditto at Easter, . 

To ditto ditto at whitsuntide, . 

To ditto ditto in Sep', 

To ditto ditto at Xmas, . 

1767 January 27th. 
To p* Mr. N. Raines C. W. in full of his Acc\ 
To p** Field & Call in full. 
To p" Th** Abuthnot for a Coffin, 
To sending Elements to both Churches at Easter, 
To ditto at Whitsuntide, .... 
To Thomas Bage for 10 Bottles Clar* 65], 

Ball' Due to the Parish, .... 



£.^ 



10 
8 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

4 
2 

10 
5 
5 

10 



IO)*j 



;^IO 4 lOj^ 

17 9>^ 



/ii 



8 



214 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

1796 Sep' 12. Cr. 

By John Jones Jr. Collector for Last years depo- 

situm 543* Tob* 18 | , / 4 i? 

By Cooks fine for a Bastard, .... 2 10 

By William Meanly for swearing, ... 5 

1767 By John Donlavies fine for Selling by un- 

lawfull measure, ..... i 

By Hansalls fine for a Bastard, .... 2 10 



^11 28 

[181] At a vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish Feb^ 20th 
day 1768. 

Present. The Reverend Mr. William Harrison, Col* John 
Ruffin, John Banister, Theo* Bland Jun^ Nathan* Raines, Col* 
Rob* Boiling, George Nicholas, Theo. Feild Sen^ Nathan* Har- 
rison, Samuell Gordon, Gentlemen. 

Mr. Nathan* Harrison appeared in Vestry and Resigned being 
Vestryman. 

Mr. William Call appointed a Vestryman in the Room of Na- 
thaniel Harrison who has resigned, and that he be acquainted of 
the same by the Clerk. 

Thomas Bonner be appointed Collector for the part of Bristol 
Parish that lies in Prince George County, and Millington Smith 
for the upper part of the said Parish in Dinwiddie County, on 
their giving bond and security as the Law directs. 

Col* John Ruffin & William Call be appointed to view the 
work done at the glebe by Mr. William Harrison. 

That John Jones Jun' (late Parish Collector having failed to 
settle his accounts of his last years Collection and to pay the 
Tobacco according to his bond given) be applyed to by the 
Church Wardens and on Refusial, his bond to be prosecuted. 

To Morgan Council for nursing finding a Coffin and Burying 
Mary Tammons since the laying of the Levy, £2>' o. 6. 

That Edmund ConuTiy be appointed sexton for the Brick 
Church and that he attend accordingly. 

Nathan* L Raines, Robt. Bolling, C. Wardens. 

a Copy Test William Yarbrough Ok Vestr>'. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



215 



[182] At a vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish Octob' 
6th 1768. 
Present. The Reverend William Harrison, Robert Boiling 
C, W., George Smith Jun'. Theophilus Feild Sen', Roger At- 
kinson, John Ruffin Sen', William Call J', George Nicholas, 
Vestrymen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. Is N* Tob* 

17,280 

2,000 

120 

400 

100 

1,600 

400 

1,000 

975 
1,000 



To the Reverend William Harrison, 

To William Yarbrough Clk Brick Church & Vestry, 

To ditto for washing Church Linnen, 

To Edmund Conway Sexton for the Brick Church, 

To ditto for Extraordinary Services, 

To John Young Clk Jones Hole Church, . 

To George Williams Sexton for ditto. 

To Daniel Vaughan for keeping Marg' Williams, 

To William Butler for keeping Ann Newhouse, 

To Wm. Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . 

To George Currie for Cyrus Stewart, 

To Jacob Denheart for John Willson, 

To Wm. Aldridge for Elizab^" Brown, 

To William Seoggin for assistance in maintain' him 

To Jn" Butler for maintain* his son Lewis Butler, 

To George Nicholas Clk Dinwid** for 2 Cop. List 

Tithes, 

To sherrifT for 13 Insolvents returned @ 30I each. 
To Miles Williams i Levy twice Charg'd Last Year 
To The Collector for Collecting 40,725!. @ 6 p' C, 
For the use of the Parish, .... 



By 785 Tithes in Dinw'* ) 

By 844 d** P. George J 1629 @ 25' Tob* p' poll. 

Money Claims To witt. 

To Feild & Call, 

To John Hall for sum* 3 witn" ag* Brand" Parish 

27I. Tob^ 

To Neil Buckannon j' for wine, 



630 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

600 



32 

390 

30 

2,443 
9.225 

40J25 
40.725 

^i 12 6 

4 6 
220 



£3 19 o 



216 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

John Ruffin return'd his ace* of his Church Wardenship Ball* 
3 I 3 as appears by Ace* Paid To Rob' Boiling present Church 
Warden. 

George Nicholas & William Call appointed Church Wardens 
for the Ensuing year. 

George Smith j' appointed Collector in that part of Bristol 
Parish that lies in Dinwiddie and Tho. Bonner in that part that 
Lies in Prince George and to give bond and security for their 

due Collect". 

RoBT. BoLLiNG C. Warden. 
Test Wm. Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 



[183] 


The Parish of Bristol In Acc't 


with ^ 


ohn 


1766. 


RuFFiN Dr. 








Sep' 1 2th 


To paid Geo. Nicholas for 48I Tob* 










@2^ ..... 


^0 


8 







To p** Thomas Egleton in p' of his 










Acc\ 


2 


10 







To p** Old Jones for removing a 










woman out of this parish p' or- 










der, 





5 







To Sending Elements to both 










Churches at Christmass, 





5 







To ditto at Easter, 





5 







To ditto at whitsuntide. 





5 







To ditto in Septem' or Octob, 





5 





1767. 


To ditto at Christmass, 





5 





Jan' 27 


To p*» Wm. Raines in full of his 










AccS 





4 







To p** Mess" Feild & Call in full, . 


2 


2 


loK 




To p** Tho. Arbuthnot for a Coffin, 





10 







To Send* Elem^ to both Churches 










at Easter, 





5 







To ditto at whitsuntide. 





5 







To Tho. Bage for 10 Botdes Clarrett 


2 


10 







10 


4 


loK 




To Ball' as ^ ace' ren* to vestry, . 




17 


9K 



II 



bristol parish vestry book. 217 

Cr. 

By last years deposition 343I Tob** @i8| . ^^417 8 
By Jn* Donlavy for selling Corn by unlawfull 

measure, 

By Cooks fine for a Bastard, .... 
By Mary Hansells fine for d*, ... 

By Wm. Meanly for swearing. 



1768. To paid Boiling Clarke p' ace*, . 14 6 

Octob. 6 To Cash p"* Col' Boiling C. War- 
den in full, .... 33 



I 








2 


10 





2 


10 








5 





II 


2 


8 






By Ball' as p' Contra, / o 17 

Octob' 6th 1768. E. E. f^. John Ruffin. 
a Copy Test 

[184] At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish June 
loth day 1769. 

Present. The Reverend William Harrison, Col' John Ruffin, 
Doctor The** Bland, George Nicholass, Samuel Gordon, William 
Call, George Smith, Roger Atkirson, Nathan* Raines, Vestry- 
men. 

Ordered That there be a new Church built in the upper part 
of this Parish that Lies in dinwiddie County to be Sixty Feet 
Long and 28 feet wide and that, The Reverend William Harri- 
son, Cap* George Smith, Cap' Nathaniel Raines, Cap* Joseph 
Tucker & Cap' Bennett Kirby or any three of them be appointed 
to view, & report to the next Vestry the most Convenient place 
for building the said Churchy and that they prepare a Plan of 
the Same and give Publick notice for undertakers to appear at 
the next Vestry in order to undertake the building the Same. 

That Mr. Theophilus Feild Jun' be appointed a Vestryman in 
the room of Cap' William Poythress dec* and that he be serv'd 
with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk. 

That Cap' George Smith (Collector) do pay Mary Cook 800* 
Tobacco out of the parish Tobacco that he has in his hands. 



218 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

That the Church wardens do agree with Some Person to Rail 
in the oajc Tree at the brick Church and to fix Convenient 
benches for the same, also to rail in a place at Jones Hole Church 
& Fix the Same. 

John Roberts agrees to board ann Hanks at Ten Shillings ^ 
month to be paid at laying the next parish Levy. 

[185] Ordered That the Church wardens (at the Selling the 
Parish Tobacco) do give Credit till October next on taking bond 
& Security. 

Geo. Nicholas, William Call, Church Wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough, Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish October 14th 
Day 1769. 

Present. The Reverend William Harrison, Mr. Geo. Nich- 
olass, Mr. William Call, Chu. W., Col" John Ruffin, Col** Robert 
Boiling, Cap* Geo. Smith, Doct' The** Bland, Cap* The' Field, 
Vestrymen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. lb. Tob" 

To The Reverend William Harrison, 17,280 
To William Yarbrough Clk Church & Ves- 
try, 2,000 

To do do for washing Church 

Linn., . . . * . . . 120 
To John Young Clk Jones Hole Church, 1,600 
To Edmund Conway Sexton Brick Church, 400 
To d** for extraordinary services, . . 200 
To Geo. Williams Sexton of Jones Hole Ch. 400 
To Dan* Vaughan for keeping Marg* Wil- 
liams, 1,000 

To William Butler for Ann Newhouse, 975 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, 1,000 



To Geo. Curry for Cyrus Stewart, . . 630 
To William Aldridge for Eliz' Brown, . 350 
To William Scoggin for assistance in main- 
taining him, 500 

To John Butler for his Son Lewis, . . 600 



24,975 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 219 

To Geo. Nicholass for 2 Copys List Tythes, 32 

To John Browder for Ann Hauks, . 400 

To John Roberts for d", . . . 100 

To Nathan' Parriot for d", ... 322 
To do. for burying besides her Clothes & 

beding, ...... 40 

2,974 

Amo' Carried over, 27,949 

[186] Amo* Bro* over, 27,949 

To Thomas Bonner for y' use of ann Phillips 

1770, 300 

To Cap' Wm. Call for use of mary Lantrops 

Children d", 400 

To martins Brandom Parish for Judg* Cer* &c. . 920 
To John Hall assignee of Jo" Reves for atten. 

as a witness against Brandomn Parish, . 225 

To Thorn' Bonner for atten. as a witness ag' d*, 250 

2,095 

To Jacob Denheart for John Willson, . 1,000 

3i»044 
To Cap* Geo. Smith for keeping & burying Mary 

Coocke, . . . . . . . . 1,000 

32,044 
To the Collector for Collecting 34,629 1 Tob*, 2,077 
To Ballance due The Parish, . . . 508 

2,585 



34,629 
By 805 Tythes in Dinwiddie. ( 
By 844. d" in Prince Geo. ) 

1,649® 21 1^ Poll, 34*629 

Ordered That Millington Smith be appointed Collector in 
Dinwiddie County and Tho' Bonner be appointed Collector in 
Prince George and that they give bond & security according to 
Law. 

That William Call & Geo Nicholass appointed Church war- 
dens for the ensuing year. 



220 bristol parish vestry book. 

Money Claims. 

To The" Fied Ex' in full of his ace*, . . . 4 13 7>2 

To Field & Call. 5 8 5>^ 

To Geo. Williams, 050 



Ordered That Geo. Smith late Parish Collector do Pay the 
Ball* due from him & Thomas Bonner the same To Wm. Call 
Church Warden. 

Richard Taylor appointed a vestryman in the room of The* 
Feild gent. dec*d, and that the Clerk furnish him with a Copy 
of this order. 

[187] Ordered That The Church Wardens do settle with 
CoP Richard Bland for Building the addition to the Brick Church 
and pay the Ball*^ to Col' The" Bland ip> his order. 

The gentlemen appointed to view the Place for building a new 
Church, having failed to make report agreeable to the former 
order of Vestry Ordered that no further proceedings be had 
therein. 

Geo. Nicholass, Will*m Call C. Wardens. 

Test Will. Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish April 23d day 
1770. 

Present. The Reverend William Harrison, Nathaniel Raines 
& William Call, Church Wardens, John Banister, George Ni- 
cholas, Robert Boiling, George Smith, Theophilus Feild & 
Richard Taylor Vestrymen. 

It appearing to the Vestry that an acre of Land purchased by 
the Parish of John Lowe, in the year of our Lord one Thousand 
Seven Hundread and Thirty Five is not entirely indued within 
the Church Wall and it being necessary that the Boundaries 
thereof should be ascertained, it is therefore ordered that the 
Church wardens do lay of the Surplus of the Said acre from the 
west side of the wall sqare with the same, giving Lewis Parham 
the present proprietor of the adjoining land notice of the time 
when the Said Line is to be run, in addition to the above order 
the quantity of Land included in Col** Poythresses Burying Place 
is to be laid off over and above the Said acre according to the 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 221 

agreement of the Vestry with the Said Poythress in the year of 
our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundread and Fifty Four. 

[i88] Ordered That Col** Theodorick Bland have Credit for 
the Sum of One Hundread and Twenty Pounds one Shilling and 
five Pence farthing it being the ballance due to CoP Rich** Bland 
for building the addition to the Brick Church and for building 
a wall Round the Church Yard he having undertaken to Repair 
and fix the gates properly before the first day of October next. 

The gent, appointed to view the Chimney built to the Kitchen 
at the glebe of this Parish this day Reported that the Same is 
insufficient, ordered that the Said Chimney be Rebuilt and that 
the undertaker be paid for the Same when Sufficiently done and 
Received. 

That a Petition be preferr'd to the next assembly to dispose of 
the Glebe Land belonging to this Parish & that the Money aris- 
ing from the Sale of the Said Lands be Laid out on the purchase 
of a new Glebe. 

Col** Robert Boiling appeared in Vestry and resigned being a 
Vestryman. It is ordered that Cap* Peter Jones be appointed a 
Vestryman in his Room and be furnish *d with a Copy of the 
Same by the Clerk. 

Geo. Nicholas, Wm. Call, Ch. Wardens. 

Test William Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

[189] At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish Septem- 
ber nth Day 1770. 

Present. The Reverend William Harrison, Geo. Nicholas 
William Call Church Wardens, George Smith, Richard Taylor, 
Roger Atkerson, Nathan* Raines, The* Bland Jun. Theodrick 
Field, Vestrymen. 

Orderd That the Glebe land belonging to this Parish (agree- 
able to the act of assembly) be sold on Thursday the 15th day 
of November next to the highest bidder and that 12 months 
Credit be given for one half the purchase money and 1 2 months 
after for the other half and on failure of the payments on the 
days appointed to Carry Interest from from the date of the 
Bonds and that it be advertised in the Virginia Gazette till the 
day of Sale. 

That the sum of Thirty Pounds ^' Annum be Paid to the 



222 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Rev** Will" Harrison to Commence from the first Day of dec*" 
next as an Equivolent for a Glebe untill a Sufficient one be got 
for the Use of the Parish. 

That an Addition be built to the Jones Hole Church to be 30 
by 24 to be of the Same Pitch of the Old Church & that the 
Church Wardens prepare a plann of the same & that George 
Smith Jun' Natha* Raines & Will" Call or any two of them do 
Advertize the letting the Building the Same one one third to be 
paid at the Raising & the other two Thirds to Paid on the Re- 
ceiving the Same to be Compleated in twelve Months. 

Oct^ 22 1770 At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristoll Parish. 

Present. The Rev'd Will" Harrison, Will" Call, Church- 
warden, Col" Jn" Ruffen, Col** John Banister, The** Feild, Georg 
Smith, Mr. Rich** Taylor, Nathaniel Raines, Vestremen. 



Bristoll Parish Dr. 

To the Rev** Will" Harrison, . 

To Will" Yarbrough Clk Church & Vestry, 

To d' for Washing Church Linnen, . 



lb. ofTob* 

17,280 

. 2,000 

.120 



Carried Over, 



[190] Amount brought over, .... 

To John Young Clk of Jones Church, 

To Edmund Conway Sexton of Brick Church, 

To d* for Extraordinary Services, 

To Georg Williams Sexton Jones hole Ch., 

To Daniel Vaughan keeping Mar' Williams, 

To Will" Butler for Ann Newhouse, 

To Georg Currie for Cyrus Stewart, 

To Will" Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . 

To Rich* Beggins for John Willson, 

To Will" Scogin to Assist him in Man', . 

To John Butler to Maintaine son Lewis, . 

To Geo. Nicholass Clk D" Court for Copp. list Tithes, 

To Will" Call for the use Ann Fhipps, . 

To d° for use Mary Lantropes Children, . 



19,400 
lb. of Tob"* 
19,400 
1,600 
400 
200 
400 
1,000 

975 

630 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

600 

48 

600 

200 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 223 

To Mr. Nathaniel Raines late Church Warden for 
Will" Edwards Ace* as a Witness for Bristoll 

Parish, . . . ... . . 250 

To Col" The* Bland Clk Court for Tickets, . 230 

To Cap^ Nathaniel Raines f^^ AccS . . . 115 

To Jo" Kirkland for i titlj twice listed, ... 21 

29,169 
To The Church wardens to be Sold for Cash payable 

in Octo. 1771 for the use of the Parish, . . 7, 931 

To Collection 6 ^ C* off 39,468 2,368 



39.468 



By 922 Tithes in Prince George Cot' 
By 872 do in Dinwiddie 

1,794 @ 22 1 Tob*' f> Poll, .... 39,468 

The former Church wardens to be Continued the Ensuing 
Year. 

Order' d That Millington Smith be appointed Collector for 
Dinwiddie County & Thomas Bonner for Prince George County, 
on Giving Bond & Security according to Law. 

Col' The* Bland a former Church warden Returned his Ace' 
including CoP Rich"^ Blands Ace* for repairing the Church &c. 
by which there appears to be a Ballance (due to the Parish) of 
Twenty one Pounds Ten Shillings. 

[191] That Wm. Call (Church Warden) do furnish ornaments 
for Jones Hole Church. 

Wm. Call Ch. Warden. 

Test Wm. Yarbrough Clk Vestry. 

At a Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish March •"21, 
1771. 

Present. The Reverend William Harrison, William Call & 
John Banister Church Warden* s, Theophilus Field, George 
Smith, Theodrick Bland J', Richard Taylor, Nathr' Raines, Peter 
Jones, Gentlemen. 

Ordered That Robert Armistead be appointed Clerk of the 
Vestry in the Room of William Yarbrough Dec**. 



224 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Ordered That John Banister be Appointed Church Warden 
for the Rest of the Year, in the Place of George Nicholas Dec*. 

Ordered That Robert Boiling be Appointed a Vestryman, in 
the Place of John Ruffin Remov'd, & Thomas Jones in the 
Place of George Nicholas Dec**, & that the Above Gentlemen be 
Furnished with A Copy of the Same by the Clerk. 

Agreable to the Sale made on the 15 of Nov" 1770, of the 
Glebe l^nds the Vestry have this Day Executed a Deed to Wil- 
liam Brown the Purchacer Thereof, for the Same, and Have 
Recieved Bonds for the Consideration, which Sum's when they 
Become Due, the Church Warden's for The time being are 
by an order of the Vestry Impower'd to Recieve in behalf of 
the Parish, 

William Call, John Banister, Church Warden's. 

Test Robert Arismtead Clerk Vestry. 

[192] At A Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish Nov' 21 
1771. 

Present. The Reverend William Harrison, William Call, 
John Banister Church Wardens, George Smith, Robert Boiling, 
Theop"' Field, Roger Atkerson, Richard Taylor, Peter Jones, 
Nath* Raines, Thomas Jones, Gentlemen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. Lb' of Neat Tob*. 

To the Reverend William Harrison, . . . 17,280 

To Robert Armistead Clerk Brick Church & Vestry, 2,000 

To John Young CLK of Jones Hole Church, . . 1,600 

To Edmond Conway Sexton Brick Church, : 400 

To D" for Extrodinary Service, .... 200 

To George William's Sexton of Jones Hole, . 400 

To Ann Vaughan for Keeping Margaret William's, . 1,000 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, 1,000 

To Theo* Munford for Cyrus Stewart, . . . 630 

To Rich* Beggin's for John Wilson Dead, . . 800 

To William Scoggin to Assist him in his Maintanance, 500 

To D° for to enable him to Build A house, . . 500 

To William Call for the Use of Ann Phillips, . 800 
To Thomas Ruffin CLK, Court of Dinwiddie for 

Copy List Tithes, 32 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 225 

To Theo*' Bland for D^ 36 

To Henry Spears of One Levy Twice Listed, . . 22 

To Rob* Armistead for Extra. Service's, . . . 400 

To Daniel Gamble for Board of Rob* Elder 14 Weeks 

@ 5 I P' Week ;^3. 10 Paid in Vestry. 
To Millinton Smith as p' Acct, .... 17 

To Thomas Bonner as p' D" 135 

N^o William Butler for Burying Ann New- 
house, 126 

To John Buder for Burying Son Lewis, . 126 
To Rob* Tucker for a Coffin for Lewis But- 
ler, 15 

To the Church Wardens to be Sold for 

Cash for the Use of the Parish, . . 7,000 



To the Rev* William Harrison for Building 

A house at the Harricane Church, . 10 10 



34,752 



Wm. Call Late Church Warden, Returned his Acct. which 
Was Recieved & Ordered to be Recorded. Ballance Due to 
the Parish /18. 12. 8. as ^' Ace*. 

[^93] Ordered, That George William's be Appointed CLK 
of Jones Hole Church in the Room of John Young Dec** And 
that he Attend Accordingly. 

Lb' Tob^ 

Brought Over, 34»752 

By 806 Tithes in Dinwiddie. 
By 946 D** Prince George. 



1,752 Tithes @ 21 Lb' is 36,792. 
To 6 ^' C* for Collecting, 2,095 

Lb- 36,847 



Ordered. That John Banister & Theo"" Field Gent" be Ap- 
pointed Church Warden's the Ensueing Year. 

Ordered, That ihe Church Wardens Recieve from Every 
Titheable Person 21 Lb' of Neat Tobacco Per pol, & in Case of 
Non Payment or Refusal to Levy the Same by Distress. 



226 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Ordered, That John Thweat be Appointed a Vestryman in the 
Place of Samuel Gorden Gen' Dec** & That the Above Gentle- 
men be Furnished with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk. 

Ordered, That the Church Warden's furnish a Regester Book 
For the Use of the Church & That they find a book for the Use 
of the Desk. 

Ordered, That R. Armistead fix the Gates in a Proper Man- 
ner at the Church, & bring in his Ace* to the Church Warden's. 

Bristol Parish in Acc't with Mr. William Call, Church 





Warden for 1769, 1770 8 


'c 1771. 




1769. 


Dr. 




£. s. d. 


Feb^ 12 
July 24 


To Cash Paid Theop' Field, . 
To D" To Field's & Call, 


• 


29 10 4 
I 12 6 



To Paid Patt Bird for attending Edmond 
Browder & his Wife, Poor people of 
this Parish, on Sufferance & ordered 
by Robert Boiling Esq' late Church 
Warden, & Doctor James Field who 
attended the S^ Browder was Called 
upon by Rob* Boiling Esq*^ & my Self, 
who said. They Desirved 40 | , . . 2 
Aug* 4 To Henry Wilkerson for Corn & Meat, 

To Mary Lanthroph, . . i 11 6 

Sep' 27 To Mary Lanthroph Half Barrel of Corn, 5 

Oct' 14 To D" D" 5 

Dec' 6 To Theop" Field f^' Order of Vestry, . 4137 

To Field & Call W D\ ... 4 18 s}4 

23 To Robert Row for a Coffin for Obediah 
1 770. Hamblet Ordered by G. Nicholas, C. W, 10 

April 9 To Thomas Bage his Ace' for Glazing 

Church Windows, Paid Col' Boiling, 8 6 

June 2 To Cash to Rich** Lamb, for 4 Bottles of 

Wine for ye Church, . . . 12 

To Paid Niel Buchanan his Ace* Again 
the Rev** W. Harrison For Wine for 
the Use of the Church ^' Direction of 
the Vestry, 28 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 227 

To Henry Lockead, for 4 Bottles Wine 

November 1769, .... 12 

To D* 4 D** Dec' 1769, . 12 

To D** 4 D" Apr* 1770, . 12 

Oct' 22 To John Christian for Burying Lucy 

Clark by Order of Vestry, . . i 13 7^ 

To George William's so much allow' d 

him for Extra Services, ... 5 

Nov' I To Edmond Conway by Order of Vestry, i 



Carried Over, ^53 9 6 

/. S. D. 
[194] Brought Over, . . . . 53 9 6 

1771. 
July 30 To Cash Paid Peter Willis, in Part for the 

Addition to the Church, ... 5 

To Errow in Cred* William Browder's 
50 I which he Said was Paid George 
Nicholas, but Never has been Paid into 
my hands, I have his Note, . . 2 10 

To Mary Barrow for takeing Care pf 

Mary Hatfield, 6 

Nov' To 4 Bottles of Wine for the Church, . 12 

To The Rev** Mr. Harrison so much Al- 
lowed him in Lieu of A Glebe, . . 30 

To a Grave Diger for Edmond Browder 

2 I 6, 26 

Sundrys to- his Widows Viz' 2 Quarts of 

Rum 2 I 6 )<'^ Tea I I 6 1% f^' rum, 5 



£91 J 9 
[195] Contra Crd't. 

1769. / S D 

Jan' 1 1 By John Jones Collecter for John Ruf- 

fin Sen', 20 

Feb^ 6 By Fields & Call for John Ruffin, . 9 4 11 

Omitted y* 4 By Thomas Bonner, . . .13 



228 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

July & Oct' By D** Rec'* of himself Thomas Har- 
ris & Walter Peter for Tob* Sold 
Them, 17 ii 9 

1770 By Cash Rec* of Nath' Raines a fine 

for Some Disorderly Person's 
Swearing, ..... 5 

May 3 By Cash of Rob* Ruffin for his Dues 

when Col* Ruffin was C. W. , . 11 10 i}4 

July 13 By D" Rec** of Rich'* Booker A fine 

of Some Person Sold Oats by felse 
measure at y* Bridge, . . . i 

Oct' 22 By John Wicks, for Part of Amey 

Hills fine for a Bastard Child, . i 10 

Nov' By Cap* George Noble for Tob' Sold 

him Payable in Oct' 1769, . . .6 16 5 
By Intrest Received, ... 74 

By Edmond Ruffin for D* Sold Pay- 
able in Oct' 1769, . . . II 5 
By Intrest Rec* on D^ . 113 

1 77 1 By Will" Browder a fine for Eliz** 

Williams Had a Bastard Child, 2 10 

Aug* 22 By Cash Rec'* of Thomas Bonner for 

Ballance Due of his Ace* for 1769, 4 i 

By D" of D* for 1,039*** of Tob' un- 
acounted for, for 177 1 @ 17 | 2, . 8 18 11 

By John Wicks for the Remainder 
Part of Amey Hills fine, . i 

By 1,581*'- Tob" Sold Edward Bris- 
bane for the use of the Parish @ 
16 I 9, 13 4 6^ 

By 995'"" D** To Field & Call @ 1 7 | 2, 810 g^i 

By my Order on Cap* George Smith 
to William Parson's For Railing in 
the Oak at the Church, . .17 

By my D* in favour of Peter Willis, 
Part of his first Payment For the 
Addition to the Outward Church, 15 

By Cash of Cap* George Smith, . i 3 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



229 



By D* of Richard Taylor for Milling- 
ton Smith, 



D' Carried up. .... 

To Wm. Parsons for Railing in the 
Oak & benches a Round the 
Church, .... 

To Peter Willis Part of his first Pay- 
ment for Building y' Addition to 
the Church, .... 

-To Daniel Camble for keeping of 
R" Elder, .... 



I 97 19 



17 



15 



3 10 



152 13 4>^ 



133 9 o 



Balance Due the Parish from Mr. William Call, £i<^ 4 4j^ 
[196-197] Bristol Parish in Acc't with Thomas Bonner 

Collector for 1769. 

To Paid The Reverend Mr. William Harison, . . 5,000 

To Wm. Yarbrough, 2,120 

To George William's 400 

To Daniel Vaughan, 1,000 

To William Butler, 975 

To William Aldridge, 2,000 

To George Currie, 630 

To Jacob Denheart, 1,000 

To William Scogging, 500 

To Jolin Butler 600 

To the Sheriff for 13 Insolvents, .... 390 
To 17 Tithes, Listed, that are Inhabitant's of Bran- 
dom Parish, Viz, Sarah Hunnicut 9 Robert Hun- 
nicut 3 Edward Walker 4 William Lee i, . . 425 
To 3 I> no Inhabitant Viz Samuel Heath — Christo- 
pher Hood, & John Speires, .... 75 
To 9 D* Twice Listed, Viz John Raines, 6 & Henry 

Wilkerson, 3, 225 

To Tob'* Sold @ 20 I 3,614 

To D** I> @ 18 I 1,206 

To my Com" for Collecting ® 6 f^^ C^ On 20,675 Lb' 

Tob^ 1,240 



21,400 



230 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



Contra Cr. 
By 844 Tithes @ 25 Lb' Tob** f,' Pol, 
By Eliz** Yates 8 Tithes not Listed. . 
By James Patterson 2 I>* D*, . 

By John Hall i D<» ET, . 

By Lisenby William's i D** D", . 



To Mr. William Call which he has Recieved L15. 

"• 9>^. 

To D* George Noble's note of hand when Rec** for, 
To D* Edmond Ruffin's D" for,. 
To D° for William Brown Cash, .... 
To D« John Hall D', . . . . 
To D" in Cash, 

To D" Paid Will" Call's Order in favour of Peter 
Willis Date'd 22 of May 1771 & Willi's Recie't 
of 13 of June for ye same, .... 

To Cash Paid Wm. Call for Ball" the 22 of Aug' 1771, 



By 3,614 lb" Tob* Sold @ 20 | . 
By 1,206 Lb' D' D', @ 18 I . 

By 210 lb" Levy** for Insolvents Last Year & was 
Paid in Cash, ...... 





2I,IC» 




200 




50 




25 




25 




21,400 




^=_ 


L 


S D 


15 


II 9'4 


6 


16 5 


II 


5 


I 






46 


2 




jC3(> 


17 8)4 



12 



4 I 



£49 I 9y2 

LSD 

10 17 
^46 19 g}A 

220 
£49 I 9^ 



[198-199] The Parish of Bristol in Acc't with Thomas 
Bonner Collec'r for Year 1770. 

To Paid The Reverend William Harrison, . . 6,356 

To William Yarbrough, 2,120 

To Field & Call for Wm. Aldridge Ann Phillips ^ 



Nath' Parrot, 



2,012 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To George Williams, 

To Daniel Vaughan, 

To William Butler 

To George Curry, 

To Jacob Denhart, 

To William Scoggin, 

To Thomas Bonner, 

To Martin's Brandon's Parish for Judgmet & Costs &c. 
To John Hall Assignee to Josepth Rieves, 

To the Collecter, 

To Mary Lanthrope, 

Solomon Thrift no Inhabitant, 

Thomas Smith Molatto D', 

James Long twice Listed two Tithes, 

1770 Contra Cr. 

By 844 Tithes @ 21 Lb' Tob' ^' Poll, 

Cap* Charles Gregory Paid 4 Tithes not Listed, 

By Ballance Due Thomas Bonner, . . . . 



231 

400 
1,000 

975 

630 

1,000 

500 

250 

920 

225 

1,066 

400 

21 

21 

42 

17,938 

17,724 
84 

17,808 
135 

17,943 



The Parish of Bristol in Acc't with Thomas Bonner, 
Col'r for the Year 1771. 



To the Rev* William Harrison, 










7,200 


To W" Yarbrough, , 








2,120 


To George Williams, 












400 


To Daniel Vaughan, 












1,000 


To W" Butler, 












• 975 


To George Currie, . 












630 


To W- Aldridge, . 












1,000 


To Ric** Biggins, 












1,000 


To William Scoggin, 












500 


To W- Call for Ann Philips, 










600 


To Mary Lanthrop, 










200 


To Nath» Raines for W"* I 


Idwar 


ds. 








250 



232 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Col* Theo'' Bland, 330 

To Nath* Raines, 115 

To Joseph Kirkland, 21 

To the Collecter, 1,217 



To Sundry Insolvents, Viz Charles Hood 

Run to Carrolina, ' . 
John Pace Removed to Brumswick, 
James More Removed, but do not know 

where, 

Matthias Crow run to Carrolina, 



To Ballance Remaining in my hands to be sold for 
ye use of the Parish, 

20,474 

To Paid into ye hands of W" Call Church Lbs. 

Warden & was sold Aug' Court, . 1,212® 17 | 2 

To Paid in hands of D* @ D*' 280 @ 16 | 9, 280 @ 16 | 9 

To Paid in the hands of Field & Call, . 195 

To Cash Paid D* if the Vestry approves 
of is £8, 18. II. for 1,039 Lb" Tob* 

Unaccounted for at 17 | 2, . . 1,039 







17,558 




Lb. . 




I. 


22 




4. 


88 




4. 


88 




I. 


22 


190 


sold 


for 


17,748 
2,726 



1 77 1 Contra Cr. 



2,726 Lb" 



By 922 Tythes at 22 Lb" Tob' ff)' Poll, . . 20,284 

By Sundrys not Listed, Viz, 
John Raines, . . . 6 132 
Joseph Butler, . . . 2 44 

John Phillips, . . .1 22 

John Thrift, . . . i 22 220 



10 20,504 20,474 

By Ballance Remaining in my hands to 

be sold for the use of the Parish, . 2,726 

Test R. Armistead, Clk Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 233 

[200] At a Vestry Held at Blandford For Bristol Parish Jan^ 
15, 1772. 

Present, the Rev* William Harrison, Theop" Field, C. W., 
Robert Boiling, John Thweat, Dr. Theo'' Bland, Richard Tay- 
lor, William Call, Nath* Raines, Peter Jones, Gentlemen. 

Ordered, That the Claim of Lewis Parham to the Acre of 
Ground, on which the Brick Church Stands, on Well's Hill, 
And his offer of the Said Land, on Paying him five Hundred 
Pounds for the Same be Rejected, he having no Right Thereto, 
in the Opinion of the Vestry. 

Ordered, That the Church Wardens, Pay unto William Craise 
The Sum of Twenty two Shillings & Six Pence for finding A 
Coffin & Funeral Expenses for Burying Rob* Whiting. 

Theop' s Field, Church Warden. 
Test R. Armistead, CLK Vestry. 

At A Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish May 21, 1772. 

Present, the Rev* William Harrison, Theop' Field, John 
Banister, Church Wardens, Robert Boiling, Thomas Jones, Wil- 
liam Call, Nath* Raines, John Thweatt, Rich* Taylor, Doc' Theo"^ 
Bland, Gentlemen. 

Ordered, That the Several List of Processions, be Recorded 
That has been this Day Deliv** & Rec* W" Perkins & Joseph 
Kirkland's, James Cureton & Tho' Bonner's, Rob* Evans & 
Rob' Tucker's, John & George Blicks, Thomas Evans & James 
Harrison's, Isham Baughs & Ath^ Williams's. Will" Gary & 
Fred" Archer's, Drury Alley <& Lesb^ Williams's, John Thweatt 
& John Cureton's, James Overby's & Rob* Newsum's, Edward 
& Drury Burchetts. Henry Wilkerson & Thomas Daniel's, 
Thomas Jones & Partrick Ramsey's. 

Ordered That the Church Warden's Pay unto W" Craise the 
Sum of One Pound Seven Shillings & Six Pence for a Coffin for 
Jane Long and a Stranger. 

Ordered, That the Church Warden's Pay unto W" Brice the 
Sum of Four Pounds for board & Maintanance of Jane Long as 
^' Acct. 

Ordered, That the Church Warden's apply to the Church 



234 BRISTOL PARISH 'vestry BOOK. 

Warden's Elisabeth Parish, for the Expences of Jane Long's 
board & funeral Expences. 

Ordered that the Church Warden's Pay unto Rob' Rose for 
Burying of Henry Grigg, The Sum of Twelve & Six Pence. 
Carried up. 

[201] The Rev** William Harrison haveing asked Leave of 
the Vestry to be absent for eleven Months is Granted him. 

Ordered that the Church Warden's Put up Advertisements at 
both Churches to this Purpose, Whereas the Parish is in Want 
of a Tract of Land Suitable for a Glebe, This is to Give Notice, 
that we the Church Wardens are Ready to Treat with any Per- 
son who Hath Land's Convenient for this Purpose, for which 
Ready Money will be Givein. 

Ordered that the Church Warden's, Pay unto the Rev** Wil- 
liam Harrison, from this Day, the Sum of Twenty Six Pound's 
^' Year, instead of a Glebe, he haveing Agreed to it in Vestry. 

At A Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol Parish Oct' 9. 1772. 

Present. John Banister, Theop' Field Church Warden's, 
Robert Boiling, George Smith, William Call, Richard Taylor, 
Peter Jones, John Thweat, Gentlemen. 

The Church Warden's haveing Returned There Tob*' Ace' 
And the Same after Examination being Approved of is Ordered 
to be Recor**. 

The Vestry haveing this Day entered into an agreement with 
Mrs. Elizabeth Yates for the Purchace of A Tract of Land Con- 
taining four Hundred And Ninety Acres Agreeable to the An- 
nexed Plot, Have Ordered That the Sum of Three Hundred 
and Fifty Pounds Laufull Money of Virginia, The Consideration 
agree' d upon for the Said Tract of Land be Paid Her in the fol- 
lowing Manner, That is to Say — One Hundred & Seventy ^we 
Pounds Part Thereof in the Month of November next ensueing, 
and the Remaining one Hundred and Seventy Five Pounds in 
Month of December Next, Out of the Fund Ariseing upon the 
Sale of the Late Glebe of this Parish, Provided that Previous to 
the Said Payments the Said Elizabeth Shall make to the Vestry 
and Church Warden's of the Parish of Bristol And to there 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 235 

Successers a good and indefeasable Estate in fee Simple of in 
and to the Said Tract of Land & Premisses. 

John Banister, Theop*s Field Church Warden*s. 
Test R. Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

[202-203] 1772 Oct'. Bristol Parish to the Church 
Warden's as Collecter's in Lb's Tob'o Dr. 

To Paid The Rev** William Harrison, . . . 17,280 

To Robert Armistead, 2,000 

To D" for Extra Service's, 400 

To Paid John Young, ...... 1,600 

To Edmond Conway, 600 

To George William's, 400 

To Ann Vaughan 1,000 

To William Aldridge, 1,000 

To Theo" Munford, . 630 

To Richard Biggins, 800 

To William Scoggin, 1,000 

To William Call for Ann Phillips, .... 800 

To Thomas Ruffin, 32 

To Theo'' Bland, 36 

To Henry Spears, 22 

To Millington Smith 17 

To Thomas Bonner, 135 

27J52 
To 43 Insolvents @ 21 Lb* Tob'* ^' Poll, ... 903 

To 6 f^' C* for Collecting, 2,095 

To 7,000 Sold for Cash, [*] 7,000 

37.747 
Ballance Due the Parish Sold, [J] .... 704 

38.451 
Oct' 1772. Contra Cr. 

By 1,752 Tithes Collected ® 21 ^' Poll, . . . 36,792 
By 79 Tithes Collected that was not Listed, . 1,659 

38.451 



236 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



[*] 2,523 @ 15 I & 2,477 @ 14 I 6 Carried to Cash 

Acc\ ^44 7 6 

[t] 704 @ 15 I Carried to Cash Ace* not yet Re- 
turned, 5 5^ 



£49 12 



Errors Ex"*. 



John Banister, Theop's Field, 

Church Wardens. 



[204] 1772 Oct' 23. At A Vestry held at Blandford for Bristol 
Parish. ' 

Present. John Banister, Theop" Field C. Warden's, Robert 
Boiling, Doct' Theo'' Bland, Rich' Taylor, William Call, Nath' 
Raines, John Thweat, Gentlemen. 



Bristol Parish Dr. 



To the Rev* Wm. Harrison, 

To Robert Armistead CLK. of Brick Church and Ves- 
try, 

To John Young Clerk of Jones Hole Church, 
To D' Sexton of D" 

To Edmond Conway Sexton Brick Church, 
To D** for Extra Service, . 

To Ann Vaughn for Keeping Margaret William *s. 
To Wm. Aldridge for Keeping Ann Butterworth, 
To Theo^ Munford's Ex" for Keeping Cyrus Stewart 
To Wm. Call for the Use of Ann Phillips, 
To Wm. Gary for Rob* Elder, 
To Theop- Field for Collecting 704 Lb' of Tob" of Per- 
sons Not Listed Last Year, 6 ^' O Omitt* in his 

Acc\ 

To Henry Wilkerson for one Tithe Overp** Last Year, 

To John Conway Constable for one D*, . 

To Theo^ Bland Ballance of his Ace* Last Year, 

;^ S D 
To D** for List of Tithes this Year, . . 7. 6. 
To Thomas Ruffin Ballance of his Ace* 
Last Year, 



Lb' Neat Tob*^ 
17,280 



2,20a 

1,600 

400 

400 

300 

1,000 

1,000 

630 

1,000 

1. 000 



42 
21 
21 
36 



16 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 237 

To I> for List of Tithes this Year 60 Lb* 

@ 12 I 6, 7. 6. 

To Wm. Scoggin to assist him in Mainta- 

neance, 500 

To the Church Wardens to be Sold for 

Cash for Parish use, .... 10,000 



37,456 
To the Collecter for Collecting @ 6 f^' C, 2,247 



39.703 



^y 937 Tithes in Prince George. 
By 735 ^^* i" Dinwiddie. 

1,672 @ 24 Lb' Tob' ^^ Poll, . . 40,128 

To Mary Archer as f^' Ace', . . .326 
To John Murry as Ex' of James Murry's 

Es*', 12 6 

Ordered, That the C. Warden's Pay unto 
Wm. Harden Out of the Depositum, 5 
Ordered, That Theop" Field & Peter Jones Gent" be appointed 
Church Warden's for the Ensueing Year. 

Ordered, That the Church Warden's, Recieve from Every 
Titheable Person 24 Lb" of Neat Tob* Per Poll, and in case of 
Non Payment, or Refusall, to Levy the Same by Distress. 

John Banister, Theop's Field, Church Warden's. 
Test RoBT. Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

[205] 1773 July 22. At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish on the 
Glebe Lands Purchased of Eliz' Yates. 

Present. Rev^ Mr. Harrison, Theop' Field, Peter Jones, Rob- 
ert Boiling, William Call, Nath' Raines, Rich** Taylor. & John 
Thweat, Gen'. 

Ordered, that the Present Dwelling House be Repaired and 
A Chimney Built to the N. End for a Kitchen, the Roof Re- 
paired, and the Windows Repaired, and the House Tar'ed; the 
Chimney Eight feet in the Clear four feet Deep Two and a Half 
Brick Jam's, The S. Chimney Well repaired with a New back, 
The Lime to be Good and Properly Mixt; the flours to be take- 
ing up and filled in with Dirt; 



238 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Ordered, That a Shed Twelve feet be built to the End of the 
barn for a Stable Substantially fitted with Stalls Racks and Man- 
gers, Shingled and Weatherboarded, Sealed four feet inside, 
The Shed Ten feet from the House out; The Barn properly Re- 
paired and floured with Inch and Half Plank trunneled Down 
& Proper Sleepers and well Tar'd; 

Ordered, That a Dwelling house be built forty Six feet Long 
<& Eighteen feet Wide, Two story high, the first Story Eleven 
feet, and the Second Nine feet both in the Clear, with a box 
Cornice Neady sett The feather edge Plank well Planed and 
Quarter Rounded with Corner Boards neatly Put up, Good 
flouring Plank, well Tong'd & Groved, the Ends well Wains- 
coated, and one room wainscoated chair board high, the other 
Room and Passage, to have wash & Chair boards & Sir Base; 
A neat Stair case to Run in the Passage, three out Closets Be- 
side the Chimney's and an end Door with a Cap over the Top, 
Two Portches Ten, by Seven feet out, Weatherboa reded hand 
rail high, with Good featheredge Plank and Good flours. Neatly 
finished with out Side Cornice's, and Sealed in Side, with Good 
wide benches &c. The Chimney's and Cellar of Good Well 
burnt bricks, which Cellar is to be twenty eight feet and Six feet 
Deep, Three feet above Ground and Three feet under Ground, 
The other Part of the underpining to a good foundation, and 
Three feet above as the Other Cellar Part, the Whole to be com- 
pleatly finished Agreeable to the Plan which will be produced at 
the time of Letting; a Smoak house Ten feet Square, A Dairy 
Sixteen by Ten to be built and one end to fitted up Close for 
a Lumber Room Turn Over [206] The present dairy to be 
fitted up for a house of Office And the present smoak house for 
a hen house, to be moved and Placed as the. Direct er's thinks 
Proper; 

A Garden to be built a Hundred and fifty feet Square the 
posts of Ciood young Post Oak, with Saw'ed Rails and Pails of 
Hart of Pine or of Poplar, the Posts Seven or Eight Inches 
Square and well Hewe'd: 

Ordered that the work be advertised in the Gazette; And that 
the Church Warden's for the time being Reve* Mr. Wm. Har- 
rison, William Call and Nath' Raines Gen' or any two of them 
are Appointed to Let and Superintend the Same, who are to 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



239 



take bond and Sufficient Security of the Undertaker for his 
faithfull Perfor;nance of the Said works by the Last of October 
Seventeen Hundred and Seventy Four; 

Ordered That there be an Oven built in a proper Manner and 
that the Well be bricked with Good well burnt bricks and to 
have a Proper Kirb Over it with Windlas and Buckett; 

Ordered, That Joseph Jones be Appointed A. Vestryman in 
the Place of Thomas Jones Gen* Dec** and that he be Served 
with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk; 

Theop's Field, Peter Jones CH. WD'. 
Test Robert Armistead CLK of the Vestry. 

[207] Oct' 15. 1773. At a Vestry Held afBlandford for Bris- 
tol Parish. 
Present. The Rev** Mr. William Harrison, Roger Atkerson, 
Geo. Smith, Peter Jones, Joseph Jones, Theop" Field, William 
Call and John Thweat; Gentlemen. 



Bristol Parish Dr. 
To the Rev** Wm. Harrison, .... 

To R. Armistead CLK of the Brick Church & 

Vestry, 

To Geo. William's CLK & Sexton of Jones Hole 

Church, 

To Edmond Conway Sexton of the Brick Church, 

To D* for Extra Servicels, 

To Ann Hare for Keeping of Margaret William's, 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . 

To Granny Stewart for Cyruss Stewart, 

To William Call for the use of Ann Phillips, 

To Alex' Coothrell, for Keeping of Rob* Elder, . 

Lb' Tob^ 
To Col" Theo" Bland for Copying List of 

Tithes, 60 

To Recording the Deed of the Glebe Land, 100 
To Entering Order for Witness attendance 

10**' Copy 10 D% .... 20 



L. 

133 



S. D. 
6 8 



18 6 8 



16 


3 


5 




4 




12 




8 


6 


5 


5 


8 


6 


I 


10 



180 



To Wiliam Butler for Keeping Eliz" Sears, 



I 3 9 



12 



240 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To William Scoggin to . assist him in His Mainta- 

nance, . . . .. . . 434 

To the Church Wardens, for the Support of Will. 

Harden, 5 

To Doc' James M'Cartie, for Attending of Elisha 

Lester as p' Ace*, 10 14 3 

To Ro* Roe, for a Coffin for Alex' Burnett, . . 15 

To Norman Ash for Keeping Jeremiah Bishop, i 10 

To Cash to Pay for Building a Glebe House, . 200 

To the Rev** William Harrison in Lieu of a Glebe, 26 

To the C. Wardens for a Deposite for Parrish use, 42 



516 II 4 
To Commissions for Collecting the above, . . 31 



547 II 4 



Ordered That the C. Wardens Recieve from Every Titheable 
Person 52 Lb* of Tob" or 6 | 6. Cash; in Case of Refusall or non 
Payment, Levy the Same by Distress. 

Ordered That Walter Thomson, be allowed at the Laying of 
the Next Levy, Twelve Pound's for His board, and Three 
Pounds for Cloaths the Ensueing Year; 

Ordered That Col* Theo* Bland have leave to Build Side Win- 
dows in the Brick Church, adjoining His Family Pew. At his 
own expence, without Injuring the Church. 

Ordered That the C. Wardens do Endeavour to agree with 
Some Cap* to Carry Jeremiah Bishop to the Port of London and 
to Pay His Passage. 

Ordered That, Norman Ash, at the Rate of eight Pounds Six 
& Eight Pence, for board of the s* Bishop, untill a Passage Can 
be Procured. 

Ordered that the C. Warden's be Continued. Theop" Field C. 
Warden Returned his Tob* Ace' for Last Year and Ordered to 
be Recorded. 

Ordered That the C. Wardens pay unto Some Proper Person 
at the Rate of Twenty five Shillings ^' Month for the Support 
of Thomas Egleton. 

Theop' s Field, Peter Jones, C. W. 

Test Rob't. Armistead, Clk of the Vestry. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



241 



[208-209] 1773. Bristol Parish (There Tobo. Acct) in 
ACC*T with Theop's Field CH WDn. Dr. 



To Paid the Rev* William Harrison, 

To Paid Robert Armistead CLK. Church, 

To Paid Geo. Williams CLK. and Sexton, 

To Paid Edmond Conway Sexton Brick Church, 

To Paid Ann Vaughn for Margaret Williams, 

To Paid William Aldrige for Ann Butterworth, 

To P* Theo' Munfords Ex" for Cyrus Stewart, 

To Paid William Call for the use of Ann Phillips, 

To Paid William Gary for Robert Elder, . 

To Theop" Field for Collecting 704 Lb' Tob* Last 

Year Not Listed at 6 f^/ Cent, .... 
To Paid Henry Wiikerson for a Tithe twice Listed 

Last Year, 

To Paid John Conway Do Do Do, 

To Paid Theo^ Bland Ballance of his ace' Last Year, 
To Paid Tho' Ruffin Ball" List of Tithes for 177 1, . 
To Paid William Scoggin to Assist Him, . 
To the C. Wardens Sold for Parish Use, [*] . 



To the Coll' for Collecting @ 6 f^ C, 
To Difference for use of, the Parish, [f] 

1773 Cr. 

By 937 Tithes in Prince George. 
By 735 D" in Dinwiddie. 



1672 @ 24 Lb' f.' Poll is. 



17,280 
2,200 
2,000 

700 
1,000 
1,000 

630 
1,000 
1,000 

42 
21 

21 

63 

16 

500 

10,000 

37»456 
2,247 

39,703 
425 

40,128 



40,128 



[*] Carry'd To Cash Ace' 1,175 @ '3 I 6 & 8,825 @ 

13 I 5 ^67 2 6 

[t] at 13 I 5 Carry'* to Cash Ace* at 13 | 5 is, . . ;^ 2 16 10 



£^9 19 4 



242 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

At a Vestry Held for Bristol Parish at Pet* April 20, 1774. 

Present. Theop" Field, Peter Jones, John Banister, Nath* 
Raines, John Thweat, Rob* Boiling, Rich* Taylor, William Call, 
Gendemen. 

Peter Willis, this Day came in Vestry, in Order for the Gent' 
to Redeve His work on Jones Hole Church, Persuant to an 
Order of Sep' 10, 1770. In Repairing and adding to the S* 
Church, is done agreeable to the Said Willis's Contract is Rec*. 

Ordered That the Present C. Warden's settle the Same with 
the Said Willis, and Pay him the Ballance; 

Theop's Field, Peter Jones, CH WD". 

Test. Rob't. Armistead, CLK. of the Vestry. 

[210] At a Vestry Held at Petersburg for Bristol Parish Oct' 
18, 1774. 

Present. The Reve* William Harrison, Peter Jones, Theop" 
Field, Theo^ Bland, Nath* Raines, Rob' Boiling, John Thweat, 
Roger Atkerson, Rich* Taylor and Joseph Jones, Gentlemen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. LSD 

To The Rev* Mr. William Harrison, . .144 

To Rob' Armistead Clerk of Brick Church j& 

Vestry, 18 6 8 

To Geo. William's Clerk & Sexton of Jones Hole 

Church, 16 13 4 

To Edmond Conway Sexton of Brick Church & 

Extra Service's, 9 

To Ann Hare for Keeping of Margaret William's, 12 
To William Aldridge for Keeping Ann Butter- 
worth, 8 6 8 

To Granny Stewart for Cyrus Stewart, . . 55 

To William Call for the Use of Ann Phillips. . 8 6 8 

To Wm. Butler for Eliz** Sear's, . . . 8 6 8 

To William Scoggin to Assist him in Maintanance, 434 
To The Church Warden's for Support of Wm. 

Harden, 5 

To John Archer for Keeping Rob* Elder, . 8 6 8 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 243 

To Doc' Theo* Bland for Copying List of Tithes 

(40 Lb' Tob^. 
To Doc' James M'Cartie for attending Elisha 

Lester, 29 7>^ 

Ordered, That ;^i5 be Leveyed for Walter 
Thompson & Deposited in the Hands of the 
C. Wardens, & Paid as Soon as Collected, . 15 
To Jeremiah Bishop in the Hands of the C. War- 
den's, 8 6 8 

To Thomas Egleton, to be Paid at 25 | ^' Month 

By the Church Warden's 15 

Ordered, That Eight Pound Six & Eight Pence 
be levyed For Robert Elder & Paid him in 
hand, to Carry him A Broad, on his Givein 
Bond & Security to the Church Wardens, 
not to be Chargeable to this Parrish for 

Twelve Months, 8 6 8 

To William Creaise for Two Coffins one for Walter 

Dick & One for Daniel Cambel @ 10 | each, i 
To Peter Aldridge to assist Him in his Mainta- 

nance, 4 

To D- for His Wife, 4 

To William Temple for Nancy Davies, . 4 
To Peter Rosser, for One Tithe Twice Listed, . 6 6 
To James Burge for One D*, . . . . 6 6 
To John Walker for Nursing of Margaret Gib- 
bon's, 384 

To William Brown for Nine Tithes Twice Listed, 218 6 
To Thomas William's for One D* D» . 6 6 



317 4 0)4 



A Memorandum, That JEliz** Deacon, Eliz*" Deacon Ju', Mary 
Shorey, Jane Deacon, Sarah Deacon & Rebecca Browney Were 
Removed by a Warrant to Brandom Parish And has since Re- 
turned to this Parish, The Church Wardens of the S* Parish of 
Brandom Undertaking That they shall not be Chargeable to this 
Parish, Which was done in Presence of Col* Theo* Bland, John 
Lewis Ju', Thomas Thweat and Charles Gilliam. 



244 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

[211] The Amount brought up, . . ;^3i7 4 o}4 
To Thomas Bonner for Removeing the s* Per- 
son's, 146 

/318 8 6}4 
Ordered, That the C. Wardens, apply to the 

C. Warden's of Brandom Parish for the 

above sum. 
To the C. Warden's for a Deposit for Parish 

use, 45 



363 8 ^H 



By 903 Tithes in PKnce George. 
By 872 We Suppose for Dinwiddie. 

1,775 Tithes. 

Theop" Field Late Church Warden Haveing Returned his 
Accounts from the year 1771 to 1773, and is Ordered to be Re- 
corded, Ballance Due the Parish ;^329. 3. 43^. 

Thomas Bonner CoUecter for Bristol Parish, haveing Returned 
His Account and ordered to be Recorded. 

Ordered That Theop' Field & Peter Jones, the Present 
Church Warden's be Continued. 

Ordered That the Church Warden's Recieve from Every 
Titheable Person 4 | 2 Cash or 25 Lb" of Neat Tob* in Case of 
Refusal or Non Payment Levy the Same by Distress. 

Ordered That the Rev** Mr. Harrison the C. Warden's Rob* 
Boiling Doc' Theo"" Bland, or any Three of them, be appointed 
For the Parish of Bristol, to agree with the Vestry of Brandom 
Parish, in Order to Purchace a Place To Errect a Poor House 
for the use of Bristol and Brandom Parish's. 

Theop' s Field, Peter Jones, Church Warden's. 

Test. Robert Armistead, Clerk of the. Vestry. 

[212] Dr Bristol Parish in Acc't with Theophilus 
Field Church Warden. • 
Nov' 1 77 1 To Cash Paid makeing a Coffin 

Obediah Ham[i]lton, . . \ £ 10 
To Cash Paid Diging Edmond Brow-^ 
der's Grave, 



Dec' 


24 


1772. 




April 


21 


May 


2 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 245 

To 2 Quarts of Rum 2 | 6 J^ Lb. 
Tea I I 6 Edmond Browders 
Widow, ..... 4 

To i}4 Pints Run for Ditto, . . i 

To Sundrys for Mrs. Hatfield Viz. 
3 lb" of Candles 3 | Cash 2 | 6 
yi Lb. of Tea 2 | 6 Cash 71^* 2^'^ 
Sugar Refined 3 | i>^ 9 Lb' of 
Bacon 4 | 6, . . . . 16 3 

To I Prayer Book P Rob. Armi- 

stead, ...... 10 

To y^i Gallon of Wine for y* Com- 
munion, 5 

To I Ledger for Regester Book, . 2 4 

To 2 quarts of Rum To Bury Jane 

Long, 26 

To 2 quarts of Wine for y* Commu- 
nion, .... . 5 
27 To Cash p** Wm. Brice ^' Order of 

Vestry, 4 

J une 9 To 2 q" of Wine I 

20 To 2 q" Ditto ) for ye Communion 10 

27 To Field & Call p** Francies Cook 

by Order p' Cap' Geo. Smith, . i 8 i>^ 

Aug* 12 To Cash p** Doc"" Bland for attend- 
ing Rob* Elder ^' Order of Col" 
Banister as f>>' Recep*, . . 819 

To Cash p** Peter Willis in Part for 
Building the Addition to Jones 
Hole Church, . . . . 7 

Oct. 2 To I Stock Lock for the Church, . 2 3 

23 To I Gallon & i q' of Wine for ye 

Communion, . . . 12 6 

Nov' 25 To Cash p** John Murray for Mrs. 
Yates First Payment of the Glebe 

Land, 175 

Dec' I To Cash p* Rev* Wm. Harrison in 

1773. Lieu of a Glebe Due to this time, 27 17 10 

Jan' 29 To Cash Paid John Murray for Mrs. 



246 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Yates Last Payment, in full for 
Glebe Land, . . . .175 
Feb^ I To i^yi yards "j To make two ^ 

Linnen, I surplusces," I 7 | 6, 5 13 9 

17 yards Dit- [one for each | 

to, J Church, J 7 | , 5 19 6 

To I Oz. of Fine Thread, . . 36 

3 To 5 pints of Wine for Communion, 6 3 

20 To Sundrys as Reliefe for John Lan- 
trop 6 Ells of ozna. 7 | 6 4 Ells 
of Roles 3 I 4 I q* of Rum i | 3 
I Handle' i | i p' yam hoes i | 5, 146 

23 To I q- of Wine for ye Communion, 2 6 

March 18 To Paid James Baugh & Burwell 
Lea, Lev''* By Vestry for William 

Harden, 5 

April 21 To 54^** of Bacon 27 | , 6 Lb' of 

Cheese, 4 | 6 John Lanthrop, . i 11 6 

23 To Cash p** Mrs. Park, Mak* two 

Surplusses ^' Recp*, . . • . 212 

27 To Cash p* Jeremiah Bishop which 
he s** was to Pay His Passage 
away, 18 



Carried up, .... ;^400 18 10 
[213] Brought from the Other Side, 400 18 10 

May 22 To 3 qts of Wine for ye Communion, 7 6 

June 3 To S/4 yards of Sheeting for Elisha 

Lester, 11 

16 To Sundry's for Bishop 

To 3j4 Yards of Chex. 5 | 3. 2}4 
Ells Ozna*** 2 \ Sj4 Oz of Thread 
10". Cash 5 I » • • • • 13 9>4 

Aug* 10 To Cash p* Peter Willis, in p* of 

work to J Hole Church, . 57 3 11 

31 To I Regester Book p' Ro. Armi- 

stead, 9 

Sep' 18 To 12 Lb' of Bacon for John Lan- 

trop, 6 

Oct' 13 To p* Qristopher Manlove for Board 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 247 

& Cure of Anthony Johnston of 

a Sore Leg, .... 3 lo 

Dec' I To Cash p** Rev* Wra. Harrison in 

Lieu of A Glebe due to this time, 26 
I To Cash p* Wm. Creaise p' Order 

of Vestry Jan' & May 1772, . 2 10 

To Cash Paid Rev* Wm. Harrison 
for BuiMing A House at Jones 
Hole Church. . . . . 10 10 

To p* Wm. Butler p' Order of Ves- 
try in the year 1771, . . . 126 
To p* John Butler p' Ditto 1771, . 126 
To p* Rob* Tucker p' D* 1771, . 15 
To p* Theo' Bland p' D* 1772, . 7 6 
To p* Thomas Ruffinp^D* 1772, . 7 6 
To p* Mary Archer p' D* 1772, 326 
Top*JamesMurraysEx"p'I>*i772, 12 6 
To Sundrys for Robert Elder, . 3 
To D*" for John Lantrop, . 2 12 7^ 
To D" for Jeremiah Bishop, . . i 13 10^ 
To Sundrys for Margaret Gibson, . 135 
Dec' 23. To 3 Bottles of Wine from Andrew 

1774. Johnston, ...... 9 

Jan' I. To 3 Botdes D* from D^ . 9 

March 5. To Joshua Wise 8 Bottles Wine at 

Times f!>' Ace*, .... 18 

Ap* 2. To Andrew Johnson for 3 Bottles of 

Wine, 76 

20. To p* Peter Willis in full, . . 22 16 i 
May 20. To Wm. Beattie 4 Botdes Wine 

Omited 1771, .... 12 

27. To Edward Brisbane 6 Bottles of 

wine, 15 

To Andrew Johnston 2 btt'' of Wine 

Omitted in April. ... 5 

To Sundry's for Thomas Egleton p' 

O. Vestry, 15 3 11^ 

JtUy To Cash P Edmond Conway p' O. 

Vestry 9 



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6 


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248 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK, 

To p* William Harden's Order f. D'^ 
To p* Granny Stewarts Order ^' D** 
To p** Wm. Scoggin D* ^' D" 
To p* Wm. Aldridge I> ^' I> 
To p* William Butler D» f)' D** 
To p'* Alex' Coothrell f^' D'* 
To p'* Wm. Call for Ann Phillips f.' 
D^ 

Carried Over, 
[214-215] Brought Over from the 
other Side, .... 

To p** Robert Roe for a Coffin for 

Alex' Burnett, . . . . 15 

To p* Col^ Theo* Bland his Tickett 

180 Lb' Tob° ^' Order V. . . 139 

To p** The Rev' Wm. Harrison ^' 

Order of Vestry, 
To p'* Geo. William's f.' D** D^ . 
To p** Robert Armistead 'f>' D^ . 
To p* Ann Hare f>' Order of D^ . 
To p* Doc' James McCartie fl>' D^ 
To p** Norman Ash ^' D^ . 
To p* The Rev* Wm. Harrison in 
1774. Lieu of a Glebe, 

Sep' 16. To Wm. Beattie for 3 qts of Wine, 
24. To 2 Botdes of Wine from D*, 

;^862 4 2>^ 
Ballance Due the Parish carried to A 
new Ace' which will be Due to 
John Woodward, . . . 329 3 ^}^ 



133 6 
16 13 

18 6 


8 

4 
8 


12 




10 14 
I 10 


3 


26 

7 
5 


6 



;^I,I9I 7 6J< 

Contra Cr. 
1771. 
Nov' By Cash Rec* of Wm. Call late 

Church Warden For Ballance of 
his Ace* Rendered, . . -£^9^5% 
By Cash of Wm. Brown p** by 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 249 

Charles Duncan His first Pay- 

1772. raent for Glebe Land, . . . 260 
Aug* By Cash for 7,000 Lb" Tob** Levy* in 

177 1, for Parish Use sold at 14 | 6 
& 15 I for 3,477, . . . 51 12 6 
By 704 Lb' Tob** Collected of Peo- 
ple not Listed After Deducting 
Insolvents 15 | . . . . 5 5 6 

Dec' By Cash of Wm. Brown p** by 

Charles Duncan Due y* Parish for 
the Glebe Land. Sold him as in 

1773. full, 260 

Aug' By Cash for 10.000'^ Tob** Lev* in 

1772 for Parish use sold @ 13 | 5 
and 13 I 6 1,175, . . . 67 2 6 
By a Difference, in the Tob* Levy* 
& the Tob* due And to be paid in 

1774. 1772 426**' 13 I 5» . • 2 16 10 
March 24 By Cash in part of Theo^ Bland's 

Ace*, 10 

By Cash of Rich* Bland J' full of His 

Ace*, II 8 9 

By Cash of Thomas Daniel for a fine 

of y* Grand Jury, ... 5 

By Cash for a fine James Bonner. 

Rec* of John Weeks, ... 5 

By Cash Rec* of Thomas Bonner, 
for the Ballance of his Ace* as par- 
ish Collecter for the Year 1773, . 498 12 



^1,191 7 6 
Errow's Ex*. ^' Theops. Field. 
Test Robert Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

Bristol Parish in Acc't with Thomas Bonner 
1774. Colleger. Dr. 

Oct' To 30 Tithes of Col* John Banister, Listed 
in this Parish which Belonged to Bath 
Parish, ;^9 I5 ' 



260 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOIC 

To Commission's for Collecting ;^540. 15. 

ii^at6 f^^C, 32 8 ii5< 

To Paid the Church Warden's, . 498 12 

/540 15 11^ 
1774. Contra Cr. 

Oct' By 853 Tithes Collected in Tob' at 52 Lb" 

^' pole, Sold to Sundry's for, . ;^269 i 11^ 
By 836 Tithes paid in Cash @ 6 | 6, . /271 14 

1.689 /540 15 11^ 

Errow' Excep" f»' Tho' Bonner Collec' for Theop' Field & 
Peter Jones C. Warden's. 
Test. Robert Armistead CLK. Vestry. 

[216] At a Vestry Held at Petersb* for Bristol Parish Jan^ 26. 
1775. 

Present. The Rev* Wm. Harrison, Peter Jones C. Warden, 
Robert Boiling, William Call, Nath' Raines, John Thweat, 
Joseph Jones & John Banister Gen*". 

William Call Gen* was Appointed a Church Warden, to Suc- 
ceed Theop' Field Gen" Dec*, And Qualified Accordingly. 

Ordered, That four Pounds be Levy'd for Thomas Clements 
Ju' at the Laying the Next Parish Levy. 

Peter Jones, Wm. Call C. Warden's. 

Test RoBT. Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

At a Vestry Held at Bristol Glebe in the County of Prince Geo. 
Sep' 26. 1775. 

Present, the Rev** Mr. Harrison Rector, William Call, Peter 
Jones C. Wardens, Geo. Smith, John Banister, Nath* Raines, 
Rich* Taylor, And John Thweat Gentlemen. 

It is the opinion of the Vestry that the Garden is finished Ac- 
cording to Agreement. 

It is the opinion of the Vestry that the Dairy shall be Recieved 
After a Lattice Window is made Opposite to the one already, 
made And after the Meal Room is Plaistered. 

An Unanimous Reception of the Smoak House. 

The shed to the stable & Reperation of the Bam pass. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 251 

The old Dwelling House after it is Shelved & Glazed and a 
Shutter Renewed, ought to be Recieved. 

The Well we think proper to Recieve. 

The Dwelling House is Rec* But the Shed over the Cellar 
<ioor is to be Shingled, in part where it is Defective, And the 
Chimney pieces above stairs to be Whitewashed again, &. all 
Other Stains in the House Occasioned by the Gust, to be also 
whitewashed. 

The Undertaker to pay Seven Months Rent to the Vestry for 
his Failure to Comply with his Contract, within the Time Stipe- 
lated By Agreement, This Allowance to be Deducted out of the 
Money Due to the Undertaker from the Parish. 

The Glebe with its Appertenances, Recieved this Day By the 
Rev* Mr. Harrison, The Incumbent. 

William Call, Peter Jones Church Warden. 

Test RoB*T Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

[217] At a Vestry held at the Brick Church Oct' 19. 1775. 

Present. The Rev* Wm. Harrison, William Call. Peter Jones, 
•Church WarDen's, Geo Smith, John Banister, Nath* Raines, 
Rich* Taylor & John Thweat, Gen\ 

Bristol Parish Dr. S D 

To the Rev* Mr. Harrison, .... £144 
To Robert Armistead Clk of Brick Church and 

Vestry, x8 6 8 

To Geo. William's Clk. & Sexton of Jones Hole, i6 13 4 
To Edmond Conway Sexton of the Brick Church 

& Exf Ser', 9 

To Ann Hare for Keeping Margaret William's, 12 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . 8 6 8 

To Grany Stewart, for Cyrus Stewart, . . 55 

To Goditha Sear's for Elizabeth Sear's, . 15 
To William Scoggin to Assist him in his Main- 

tance, 434 

, To the Church Wardens, for Jeremiah Bishop's 

Support, ....... 868 

To the C. Warden's for the Support of William 

Harden, 5 



262 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To William Temple for Nancy Davis, . . 4 

To R. Armistead for Clerk of the Possessions, 368- 

To Walter Thomson J[^\2 As ;^3 was Overpaid 

last year, . 12 

To Edith Daniel, for Keeping her Daughter 

Jane, 326 



;^268 10 la 



By 1,840 Tithes, at 3 | or Seventeen Lb' Tob*. 

Ordered, That Every Titheable person pay three shillings. 
Or Seventeen Lb" of Tob°. 

Ordered, That Nath' Raines, and Joseph Jones, Gendemea 
Be appointed C. Warden's, for the Ensewing Year. 

Mr. William Call, Late C. Warden Returned his Ace' And 
ordered to be Recorded. & pay the Ballance in his Hands to- 
the present C. Warden's. The Ballance, ;^3. 9. 8J<. 

Ordered, That Rob' Skipworth, be Appointed a Vestrymaa 
in the Room of Robert Boiling Es*»' Dec*. 

Ordered, That William Brown, be Appointed, a Vestryman 
in the Room of Theop" Field Gen' Df c** And the Above Gentie« 
men Be served with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk, 

Whereas, Th^ Callamitious State of the Country renders it 
Doubtful! whether a Sufficient Sum Can be Collected from the 
people, for payment of the Parochial Debt, in Money. And by 
the Restrained Laid on Exports, By publick Consent, The Par- 
ishoners are Precluded of the Election which the Law Had 
Giveing them, in paying there Due's in Tob° or Money. It is 
Determined by Vestry That the Ministers Salary Shall be Esti- 
mated, at One Hundred And Forty four Pound's, to be Col- 
lected as Nearly as possible in Money Unless the prohibition on 
Exports Should be Removed, And in that Case the People to be 
at Liberty to pay in Tob** at Eighteen Shilling's ^ Hundred. In 
Lieu of Money, According to there Own Choice. And it's fur- 
ther to be Understood that the Rev"* Mr. Harrison shall wait for . 
the Ballance, After the Collection is made, three Years without 
Intrest, unless it Should Please Heaven to Put an End before 
that time. To the Troubles of our Country, And then it is under- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 263 

5tood, that the Encumben[t's] Salary shall be Demandable in 
the usal and accustomed Way. 

William Call, Peter Jones Church Warden's. 
Test R. Armistead CLK Vestry. 

£218] 1775 Bristol Parish. In Account with William 
Call. Church Warden. Dr. 

To Cash Paid the Rev** Mr. Harrison, . . ;^I44 

Robert Armistead, i8 6 8 

Geo. Williams, i6 13 4 

Edmond Conyvay, ..... 9 

Ann Hare, 12 

William Aldridge, 8 6 8 

Granny Stewart, 55 

William Call for Ann Phillips, ... 868 

William Scoggin, 434 

For the Support of William Harden, . . 5 

John Archer, 8 6 8 

Theo^ Bland Ju' for Copying List of Tithes, 6 8 

James McCartie, 29 7^ 

Walter Thomson, .- . . . . 15 
Henry Wilkerson for Keeping Jeremiah 

Bishop, 8 6 8 

Thomas Egleton, 15 

Boswell Goodwyne for Keeping Rob* Elder, 8 6 8 

William Creaise, i 

Peter Aldridge & His Wife, ... 8 

William Temple, 4 

Peter Rosser, 6 6 

James Burge, 6 6 

lohn Walker, 384 

William Brown &C, 2 18 6 

Thomas Williams, 6 6 

Thomas Bonner, 146 

William Butler, 8 6 8 

Sundry's furnished John Lanthrop, a poor 

person, 262}^ 



264 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Wine for the use of the Churche's, . . 3 4 H/^ 

To 21 Insolvents @4|2, 476 

To 6 p C for Collecting ;^370. 16. 8. . . 22 5 



/351 5 ZV^ 



To John Woodward a Ballance Due him for 

Building the Glebe House, . . .107 
1 1 Ells of Orazinbrigs for Thomas Egleton 

@ I I 3 13 9 



[219] 1775 Contra Cr. 

By 1,775 Tithes @ 4 I 2, ;^369 15 10 

By 26 Tithes not Listed @ 4 | 2, . . . 584 
By ballance to Recieve in the hands of Theop* 

Field Late Church Warden, . . . loi 3 \Y* 



/476 7 6^ 



To Amount Brought Over, .... ;^458 19 o>4 
To Rich" William*s as ^ Ace', ... 126 

To Alex' Taylor do ... . i 

To R. Armistead do ... . 10 

To John Ruffin do ... . 16 3 

To Thomas Ruffin for Copying 6 Lists of Tithes 

for 1774. i2oLb"Tob', . . . . i 13 4 

To Doc' Theo* Bland for Copjring 2 Lists of 

Tithes for 1775, 40 Lb* ^ 2*. . . . 6 8 

To Eliz* Smith, for her Trouble, & Expence in 

Bur>'ing of Thomas Egleton, ... i 

To Richard Lunsford for Keeping two Children 

of Robert McCullock a poor man of this 

Parish, three Months (? 10 | Each, . . 3 

To Mar\' Jennings for keeping one of the S* 

McCullock*s Children 3 months D*, . . i 10 

To Walter Thomson Overpaid, to be Short 

LevN-ed for next Year, .... 3 

jf472 17 914 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



256 



By Ballance Due the parish in the Hands of the 
CoUecter, for 1775, 



3 9 ^H 
£476 7 ^H 



Errow*s Excepted 



William Call. Church Wardeir. 
October 19, 1775. 
Test. Robert Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

[220] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish. Feb'' i. 1777. 

Present. The Rev* Wm. Harrison, Nath* Raines, Joseph 
Jones, C. W., Geo Smith, John Banister, Wm. Call, Rich** Tay- 
lor, Roger Atkerson & John Thweat Gen'. 

Bristol Parish Dr. Lb' of Neat Tob^ 



To the Rev* Mr. Harrison, . 

To Rob' Armistead C Brick Church, . 

To Geo Williams C. Jones. Hole. & Sexton 

To Edmond Conway Sexton, 

To James Day Deputy Sexton, 

To Ann Hare for Margaret William's, 

To Granny Stewart for Cyrus Stewart, 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, 

To Goditha Sears for Elizabeth Sears, . 

To William Scoggin to Assist Him in Maintanance, 

To the C. Warden's for Support of Wm. Harden, 

To William Temple for Nancy Davis, . 

To Walter Thomson, 

To Margaret Dick for Elizabeth Carpenter, . 
To Amey Dowley for Keeping Elisha Lester, 
To the C. Warden's for Support of John Lanthrop, 

To Mary Clements, 

To David Vaughn for Mary Jennings, . 

To Richard Lunsford for Keeping Rob* MCoUer 

Children, 

To Doc' M^Cartie &C' as f>' Ace*, 
To Mary Adams for Keeping Rob* M^Coller Chil- 
dren, 

To John Ruffin, Fee V" John Jones Ju^ 



Lb' 20,880 
;^2i 13 
16 13 4 

5 

4 
14 

6 
10 
14 

5 

5 

8 

15 
6 

27 
10 

4 

5 



15 



10 

17 
16 



6 

8 



£^^9 7 II 



256 bristol parish vestry book. 

Cr. 
By 1,840 Tithes @ 5 | 3 or Forty Lb' of Tob^ 

Ordered, That Every Titheable person pay 5 | 3 or Forty 
Lb' of Tob^ 

To 6 p' C^ for Collecting. 

Ordered, That Nath^ Raines & Joseph Jones Gen* be appointed 
C. W. The Ensueing Year. 

Ordered, That, John Burwell be Appointed a Vestryman in the 
Room of Peter Jones, Removed. &. Dr. James Field in the 
Room of Wm. Brown Dec*, & that the above Gen* be Served 
with a Copy by the Clerk. 

Rob* Gilliam in the Room of John Thweat, Resigned & that 
He be Served with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk. 

Ordered That Thomas Bonner & Peter Williams be Ap- 
pointed Collecters for this Parish, And that they Give Bond & 
Sufficient Security for the Same. 

Nath*l Raines, Joseph Jones, C. Wardens. 
Test Robt. Armistead Clerk of the Vestry. 

[221] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish April 23, 1778. 

Present, the Rev"* Wm. Harrison, Nath* Raines, Joseph 
Jones, C. Wardens, William Call, Robert Skipwith, John Bur- 
well, James Field & Rich"* Taylor, Gen*. 

Bristol Parish Dr. L. S. D. 

To Susannah Tucker for Jane Daniel, . . 11 

To William Temple for Nancy Davis, . . 8 

To Ann Hare for Margaret Williams, . . 14 

To Granny Stewart for Cyrus Stewart, . . 6 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . 10 

To Goditha Sears for Elizabeth Sear's, . 14 

To Wm Scoggin to Assist him, . '. . 5 

To the C Warden's for Support of Wm. Harden, 5 15 

To Walter Thompson for Maintanance, . . 15 

To Margaret Dick for Eliz** Carpenter, . . 11 

To Amey Dowley for Elisha Lester, . . . 13 10 

To Robert Armistead CLK of the Vestry, . 35 
To John Roberts for Keeping Wm. Evans from 

July 1777 till Oct' 1777, .... 368 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 257 

To Joseph Jones, Cash Advanced for Elizabeth 

Carpenter, . 5 

To Doc' James Greenway for John Pettipool, . 33 n 9 



£^90 3 5 

Ordered, That the Church Warden's for the En- 
sueing Year Pay unto the former C. W. The 
Sum of ;^66. I. 4 With Intrest, . . . 66 i 4 

Ordered, That the C. Wardens Pay unto Tho' 
Bonner ;^2i. 19. 0% with Intrest from Au- 
gust 1775 Untill paid, . . . . 21 19 0% 

j;278 3 93^ 

Ordered that the C. W. Let to the Lowest Bidder the Build- 
ing of A Chimney at the Glebe which has Lately fallen Down. 

Ordered That James Field & Rob* Skip with Gentlemen, Be 
Appointed Church Warden's the Ensueing Year. 

Ordered That the C. W. Recieve from Every Tithable person 
four & Six Pence Cash. In case of Refusal Levy by Distress. 
Credit. By 1750 Titheable persons @ 4 | 6 ^' Tithe ^393. 15. 

Geo. Smith Gen* a Vestryman of this Parish begs Leave By 
the Information of John Burwell Gen* to Resign his Office as A 
Vestryman, & has Leave so to do. 

Ordered That Wm. Diggs Gen* be appointed a Vestryman in 
his Place* & that he be Served with a Copy of the Same by the 
Clerk, & that he Qualify Accordingly. 

Nath' Raines & Joseph Jones Gentlemen, C Warden's have- 
ing Haveing returned there Accounts for 1775, & 1776, And 
Ordered to be Recorded, 

Nath*l Raines, Joseph Jones, C. W. 
Test Ro. Armistead CLK of the Vestry. 

[222 & 223] 1775. Bristol Parish In Account With 
Thomas Bonner Collecter Dr. 

S D 
To paid Sundry person's as ^' Proportion, . ;£268 10 10 
To paid for John Lanthrop, . . . . 229 



258 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

To Insolvents as ^' List, .... 

To 6 ^ C Collecting jQiSo. 17. lOj 



To Ballance f.' Contra, .... 

Cr. 

By 1,840 Tithes @ 3 | , . 

By Cash Rec"* of the Former C Wardens, 



7 13 
15 13 






^293 19 


7 


21 19 


oH 


jC26S 10 
3 9 


10 



;^272 O 6^ 

Ballance Due the Collecter, . . . . 21 19 o^ 

;£293 19 7 
E E f^ Thomas Bonner C*'. 

1776. Bristol Parish In Account With Thos. Bonner 
& Peter Williams Collecter' s. Dr. 

To paid Sundry persons as ^' Proportion, . ;^i89 711 
To paid Sundry persons for Tobacco for the 

Reverend William Harrison ^' Acct", . 309 10 i 

To 70 Insolvents @5|3, . . . . 1876 

To 6 f^' C for Collecting ;^46o. 9. 2, . . 27 12 6>^ 

/544 18 o}4 

To Ballance f.^ Contra, ^ 66 i 4 

Cr. 

By 1,840 Tythes @ 5 I 3, • • • • ^478 16 8 

By Ballance Due the Due the Collecters, . 66 i 4 



^544 18 o 

£5^ 18 o 

E. E. f) Tho's Bonner & Peter Williams Col". 

[224] At a Vestry held at Petersburg for Bristol Parish Feb^ i, 
1779- 
Present. The Rev* Mr. William Harrison, James Field, Rob- 
ert Skipwith C Warden's, Will. Digges, Will. Call, Roger At- 
kerson. Rich** Taylor, Nath* Raines & Joseph Jones Gen*. 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 259 

Bristol Parish Dr. £, S. D. 

To Susannah Tucker for Janfe Daniel, . . 115. 

To William Temple for Nancy Davis, . . 15 

To Ann Hare for Margaret William's, . . 26 5 

To Granny Stewart for Cyruss Stewart, . . 115 

To William Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . 30 

To Goditha Sears, for Eliz** Sear's, . . . 26 5 

To Will. Scoggin, to Assist him as a Poor per- 
son, 976 

To The C. Wardens for Support of Will. Har- 
din, 

To Walter Thompson to Assist him as a poor 
person, 

To Margarett Dick for Eliz^ Carpenter, . 

To Amey Lester for Elisha Lester, . 

To Robert Armistead CLK of the Vestry, 

To John Roberts for Will. Evans, . 

To Will. Temple for Burying of Nancy Davis, 

To Duke Bonner for horse block's at the Out 

Church, 6 

To Margarett Dick, for Keeping Eliz** Carpen- 
ter from Oct' 1778 Untill Feb' i, 1779, . X2 16 6 

To the C Wardens to Assist Tho' Pillion, . 40 

To Mary Allen for Elisha Lester, . . . 889 

To Edmond Conway to Assist him as a Poor 

person, 40 o o 

Ordered That James Day be Allowed, The Sum 
of Twenty Five Pounds, as an Object of 
Charity, ....... 25 



10 15 


1% 


28 2 




17 10 




16 17 


6 


50 




10 




10 Q 





£ao5 6 loYo 



Ordered, That the Church Warden's endeavour to Borrow 
Money Towards the Support of the poor, as it Appears to the 
Vestry, that it will be Verry Benificial to this Parish. 

Cr. 

By 863 Tithes in Dinwiddie.)^^^^, ^^^^ 
By 727 D** m P. Geo. i ' 

1,590 



260 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

Ordered That the Church Warden's Recieve from Every Tith- 
able Person The sum of Ten Shilling's & in Case of Refusal or 
Non Payment, Levy the Same by Distress. 

To Six p' C* for Collecting. 

John Burwell Gen* Appeared this Day in Vestry Likewise 
Theo* Bland Ju' Gen* and Resigned there Office's of Vestrymen. 

Ordered That John Kirby be Appointed, in Place of John 
Bunnell And William Roberson in Place of Theo"* Bland, And 
that the Above Gentlemen be Served with a Copy by the CLK. 

Ordered That James Field & Joseph Jones, Gen* be appointed 
Church Wardens the Ensueing Year. And that they Qualify 
Accordingly. 

James Field, Joseph Jones C W. 

Test R Armistead CLK of the Vestry. 

[225] At A Vestry Held at the Brick Church May i. 1779. 

Present. The Rev** Mr. Harrison, Joseph Jones, Wm. Call, 
Roger Atkerson, Richard Taylor, Rob* Gilliam, Wm. Robert- 
son & John Kirby Genti". 

Whereas, at A Vestry held Fely^ i. 1779. for the Parish of 
Bristol the Said Vestry Lev^** A Sum for the Clerks & Sextons, 
and Whereas they find the Same Contrary to an act of Assem- 
bly, Ordered therefore that the Sum Levy** for the Same Clerks 
& Sextons be Rescinded. 

Joseph Jones. C W. 

Test R Armistead C V. 

At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish Feb^ 4. 1780. 

Present. * James Field, Joseph Jones C W., Wm. Call, John 
Banister, Roger Atkerson, RicM Taylor, Rob* Gilliam & John 
Kirby Gen*. 

Bristol Parish Dr. £ S. D. 

To the C Wardens for Jane Daniels Support, . . 210 00 o 

To Mary Allen for Elisha Lester 210 00 o 

To Will. Aldridge for Ann Butterworth, . . . 210 00 o 

To Ann Hare for Margarett Williams, . . . 210 00 o 

To Tho' Armistead for Eliz** Stewart & Son Cyrus, . 210 00 o 

To Will. Scoggin to Assist him, . . . . 90 00 o 

To the C W. for Support of Will Harding, . . 20 00 o 

To Walter Thompson for Maintanance, . . . 210 00 o 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



261 



To John Roberts for William Evans, 
To James Day to Assist him, . 
To Edmond Conway D*, .... 
To Peter Aldridge D^ . . . . 
To the C W for Support of Hannah Kenner, 
To Boswell Goodwyn for Rob* Elder, 
To R. Armistead C V. and Possession's, 
To Peter Aldridge for Eliz" Carpenter, 
To the C W. for Thom' Pillion's Suppqrt, 
To RicM Williams as f>' Ace', 

O By 863 Tithes in Dinwiddie. 
D^By 737 D" P. George. 



90 00 o 
60 00 o 
120 00 o 
100 00 o 
225 00 o 
100 00 o 
360 00 o 
150 00 o 
210 00 o 
153 7 o 

^2,938 7 o 



1,600 Titheable @ 42 | each ;^3,36o. 

Ordered That the C W. for the year 1778 Settle There Ace" 
with The Present C W. and Pay them the Ballance. 

This day the Late Recter, the Rev* Mr. Harrison, wrote in 
his Resignation of his Cure of this Parish, Which is accepted. 

The Late C W. Returned there Ace'" for the year 1779. 

The Ballance Due the Parish ^335. 16. io>^. 

Ordered, That William Digges & Rob* Gilliam Gen* be Ap- 
pointed C W. The ensueing year. And that they Recieve from 
every Titheable person 42 | each. And in Case of Refusall or 
Non Payment Levy the Same by Distress. 

James Field, Joseph Jones C W. 

Test R. Armistead C V. 

At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish Jan' 19. 1782. 

Present. Rob* Gilliam C W., The Honourable John Banis- 
ter, James Field, Nath* Raines, Joseph Jones, Roger Atkerson 
& Wm. Roberson Gen*. 

Rob* Gilliam Late C W. Returned his Account, for P. Geo. 
& Ordered to be Recorded. 

Ordered. That Rob' Boiling Ju' Es^' be Appointed a Vestry- 
man. In Place of Rob* Skipwith Gen*° Dec** and that he be 
Served with A Copy of the Same by the Clerk. 

Rob't. Gilliam C W. 
Test R Armistead C V. 



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[226] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish March 16. 1782. 

Present. William Robertson, John Kirby C W. , Nath^ Raines, 
James Field, Richard Taylor, Robert Gilliam & Rob* Boiling 
Gentlemen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. / S D. 

To Susannah Tucker for Jane Daniel, . . . 10 00 o 

To Fedrick Archer for Ann Butterworth. . . 10 00 o 

To Amey Hacker for Elisha Lester, . . . 15 00 o 

To Ann Hare for Margarett Williams, . . . 13 00 o 

To the C Wardens for Will. Harding's Support, . 6 00 o 

To Walter Thompson D**, 15 00 o 

To John Roberts for Will Evan's, . . . 5 00 o 

To James Day to Assist him, . . . . 5 00 o 

To Peter Aldridge Sen', 3 00 o 

To Judith Goodwyn for Eliz** Carpenter, . . 7 10 o 

To the C W. for Thomas Pillion, . . . 12 00 o 

To Robert Armistead Clerk of the Vestry, . . 10 00 o 
To Hartwell Raines for 24 Tithes Insolvents of Alex' 

Shaw for the year 1775 @ 4 | 2 each, . . 5 00 o 

To the C W. for Cyrus Stewart Support, . . 10 00 o 

To the C W. for Rob' Elder D", . . . . 10 00 o 

N. B. this Levyed for the Year of our Lord 1780. 

To the C Wardens for Jane Daniel's Support, .• ;^I5 00 o 

To Amey Hacker for Elisha Lester, . . . 15 00 o 

To Ann Hare for Margarett Williams, . . . 13 00 o 

To the C W. for Support of Will. Harding, . 6 00 o 

To Walter Thompson D" . . 15 00 o 
To John Roberts for Wm. Evans (to be bound 

Apprentice), 5 00 o 

To Ann Phillips for Ann Butterworth, . . . 13 00 o 

To James Day to Assist him, . . . . 5 00 o 

To Peter Aldridge Sen' D", 3 00 o 

To the C W. for Rob' Elder's Support, . . 10 00 o 

To Judith Goodwyn for Eliz** Carpenter, . . 7 10 o 

To the C W. for Tho' Pillion's Support, . . 12 00 o 

To Robert Armistead Clerk of the Vestry, . . 10 00 o 

To the C W. for Cyrus Stewart, . . . 10 00 o 

N. B. this Levyed for 1781. 

;^298 00 o 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



268 



O By 763 Tithes in Dinwiddie. 
D° By 637 D" in Prince Geo. 



1,400 Tithes @ 4 I 6 each ;^3i5 00 o. 
To 6 p' O for Collecting ;^ 18 4 

Ordered, That William Robertson & John Kirby Gentlemen 
be Appointed C Wardens the Ensueing Year. And That they 
Recieve from Every Titheable Person 22)4 Lb' of Neat Tob° or 
4 I 6 Speicie, in Case of Refusal or Non Payment, Levy the 
Same by Distress. 

Ordered That the Church Wardens, Let the Repaireing of 
the Glebe (Such as are Nessary) to the Lowest Bidder. 



Robert Gilliam. 



Attest R. Armistead C V. 
[227 Blank] [228-229] 



1780 Bristol Parish in Account Ro't Gilliam C W. Dr. 

To the Church Warden for Jane Daniel, . . ;^ 210 00 

To D** for Ann Butterworth (Wm. Aldridge), . 210 00 

To Ann Hare for Margarett Williams, . . . 210 00 

To Tho* Armistead for Stewart & Son, . 210 00 

To William Scoggin to Assist him as a poor person, 90 00 

To William Hardings Support, .... 20 00 

To William Thompson D" D*, , 210 00 

To James Day as a poor person D°, . 60 00 

To Rob' Armistead Clerk Vestry & Possessions, . 360 00 

To Rich** Williams as p^ Ace* Rendered, . . i53 7 

To John Salmon a poor Person, .... 71 

To Wm Harding D*" .... 19 

To John Roberts Ace' of William Evans, . . 30 

To Margarett Dick for Eliz" Carpenter, . ' 36 10 

To John Salmon a poor person D", . . . ^7 15 

To Clothes found Jane Daniel, .... 242 

To Salmons Ace* of Betty Skinner, . . . 42 15 

To Commissions in Collecting, . . . . 92 17 

To Cash for Jane Daniels Support, . . 9^ 13 



;£2,45i 17 



261 bristol pajiish >'estry book. 

Contra Cr. 

By Cash Recie\'ed of Doc' James Field. . . j^335 i8 

By JT for a fine, 5 

ByCr D*, 5 

By D* of Robert Skipwith 87 15 

By 737 Tythes in Prince George (§ 42 | each, . i,547 14 

By Support of Jane Daniel, 210 

By James Day, 60 

By William Aldridge paid by Col* Digges, . 210 



^2,451 17 



1780 Thomas Penistoxe Dr. Bristol Parish. 
To One Years Rent of the Glebe, . . 1,500"* Tob*. 

[230] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish November 27th. 1782. 
Present. William Robertson & John Kirby Church Wardens, 
Nath' Raines, James Field, Richard Taylor, Robert Gilliam & 
Joseph Jones, Gentlemen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. ;^ S D. 
To the C Wardens for Jane Daniels Support, 
To Obedience Hacker for Elisha Lester. 
To Ann Hare for Margarett William's, 
To the C Wardens for Will Harding, . 
To the Widow Day for her Support,. . 
To Judith Goodwyn for Eliz** Carpenter, 
To the Church Wardens for Tho' Pillions Support, 
To the Church Wardens for Cyrus Stewart, . 
To R Armistead Clerk of the Vestry, . 
To the Church Wardens for Robert Elder, . 
To Sarah Sadler for Edward Griffins Child Mary, 
To Peter Aldridge Sen' for Keeping Eliz" Carpen- 
ter 3 Months, I 17 10 

O By 763 Tithes in Dinwiddie. 
D" By 761 D° in Prince George. 

1,524 Tithes ® I I 3» • ;£95 5 o 

William Digges a former Church Warden for Dinwiddie, have- 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 265 

ing Returned his Ace* p' Mr. Kirby, which is Ordered to be 
Recorded. 

William Digges. Gen* Wrote his Resignation of Vestryman 
of this Parish, which is Recieved. 

Ordered That Bennett Kirby be Appointed A Vestryman in 
The Room of William Digges Resigned, And that the Said 
Gentleman be Served with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk. 

John Kirby Gentl" C Warden for Dinwiddie for the year 1781 
and 1782 Returned his Ace* And was Ordered to be Recorded. 

Ordered That John Kirby & William Robertson GentI" Be 
Continued Church Wardens the Ensueing Year, And that they 
Recieve from Every Titheable Person i |'3. Cash. In Case of 
Refusal or Non payment to Levy the Same by Distress. 

William Robertson C W. 
John Kirby D" 

Attest R Armistead CLK V. 

[231 Blank] [232-233] 

1780 Bristol Parish, in Acc't with William Digges 
Church Warden Dr. 

To Cash Paid Peter Aldridge, . . , £ 250 00 o 

To Mary Alley, 210 00 o 

To William Aldridge, 210 00 o 

To John Roberts, 90 00 o 

To James Day, 60 00 o 

To What the Collecter p"* Boswell Goodwyn, 100 00 o 

To D* paid Sarah Conway, . . . . 69 10 o 

To Commissions for Collecting, . . . 102 1 1 o 

Oct' 24. 1782. 
To Cash p"* John Kirby present C W. £(), 17. 
3^ Special Which Equal as p' Scale Oct' 

1780 to 720 5 o 



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Contra Cr. 

By 863 Tithes % 42 | each, .... ;^i,8i2 6 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 



1782 November 9. Bristol Parish in Acc't with John- 

KiRBY, Church Warden Dr. 
To Cash paid John Roberts, 
To Peter Aldridge, 
To Judith Goodwyn, 
To Thomas pillion, 
To R Armistead, . 

To Emmanuel Lewis, for Cyrus Stewart, 
To Robert Elder, ... 
To Obedience Hacker for Elisha Lester, 
To Commissions for Collecting, 
To Sarah Conway, for Edmond Conway, for 

year 1779, 
To Thomas Pillion for year 1779, 
To Cash p* Isaac Gilmore, for Cloathing Wm. 

Brandom, 



Contra Cr. 
By 763 Tithes @ 4 | 6 each, . 
By what William Digges paid me, 



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[234] At a Vestry Held for Bristol Parish Oct. 16. 1783. 

Present. William Robertson & John Kirby C Wardens, John 
Banister, James Field, Robert Gilliam, Bennett Kirby & Rich** 
Taylor; Gentlemen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. / S D 

To Ann Perkins, for Jane Daniel, Due Dec' i. 1784, 
To Obedience Hacker for Elisha Lester, 
To Ann Hare for Margaret Williams, . 
To The Widow Day, for her Support, 
To The C Wardens, for Thomas Pillion, 
To The C Wardens for Cyrus Stewart, 
To Sarah Sadler for Ed** Griffins, Child Mary, Due 

May 8th 1784, 

To The C Wardens for, Eliz** Carpenter, 
To The C Wardens, for Eliz** M'^Culluck, . 



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BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 267 

To The C Wardens for Rob* Elder* s Support, . lo 
To Robert Armistead Clerk Vestry & Possessions, 15 



O By 763 Tithes in Dinwiddie. 
D" By 761 D" in Prince George. 



^"3 



1,524 Tithes (o I I 6 p' poll, . . . £1^4 6 

The Church Wardens through these Indisposition's, haveing 
it not In there power's to Collect the Money's Due for the Last 
Year. — Ordered, That there Ace' Lay Over, to the Next Vestry. 

Thomas Pennistone, the present Tennant of the Glebe, Have- 
ing this Day, Returned his Ace* in full and Ordered to be Re- 
corded. The whole, with his former Ace* Amounting to ;^ii. 
13. 00. 

Mr. Thomas Pennistone D^ Bristol Parish. 1780 Jan' i. To 
Jan' 1st 1784 @ 1,500 Lb' of Tob** p' year. 

The Gentlemen Of the Vestry, this day Agree' d with Mr. 
Pennistone The present Tennant and have Rented the Said 
Glebe to him the Next year, for 1,500 Lb' of Neat Tob*. Likewise 
it is to be Payed with Tob° Inspected on Appomattox River. 

Ordered That Rob* Boiling Ju' & Bennett Kirby Gentlemen 
Be appointed C Warden's the Ensueing Year, And that they 
Recieve from Every Titheable Person, i | 6 Cash p' poll. In 
case of Refusal or Non payment Levy the Same By Distress. 

Ordered. That the Church Wardens Advertise in the publick 
Gazette, That the Parish of Bristol, is Vacant for want of a Min- 
ister. 

William Robertson ) p ^^ 
John Kirby C. Wardens) ^ ^s. 

Attest. R. Armistead. C. V. 

[235] At a Vestry held for Bristol Parish. March 17. 1784. 

Present. Robert Boiling, Bennett Kirby, Church Wardens, 
Nath* Raines, Rich* Taylor, James Field, Joseph Jones, Wm. 
Robertson & John Banister, Gentlemen. 

Ordered That Henry Bonner & Joseph Kirkland with the 
freeholders of there Precinct, Possession from the S° Side of 
Jones Hole Swamp to the Sussex Line, And Rowanty Road. 

Ordered, That the Several Returns of Possession's, be made 



268 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

as Soon as Possible, to the Clerk of the Vestry & that he Re- 
cord them as Soon as Rec"*. 

Agreeable to an Order of Vestry, Bearing Date October i6th 

1783. 

That the Church Wardens Advertise for a Minister, Which 
Advertisement was Duly Complyed with; Agreeable to the Said 
Order, The Rev"* Mr. John Cammeron and the Rev* Mr. Thomas^ 
Kenedy, Appeared, and were both Nominated. — The Rev"* Mr. 
John Cammeron was Elected for One Year, — And that the Glebe, 
is Now Rented, he is to have the profits of, from this Date for 
Twelve Months. 

RoB*T. BoLLiNG, Bennett Kirbv C W's. 

Attest R Armistead C V. 

At a Vestry Held for Bristol Parish, in Petersburg November i. 
1784. 
Present. Rob* Boiling C W., Rich** Taylor, Wm. Robertson, 
Rob' Gilliam, John Kirby, Nath' Raines, & John Banister, Gen- 
tlemen. 

Bristol Parish Dr. ;£ S D 

To William Harding for his Support, 

To Thomas Pillion for D" . 

To Cyrus Stewart for D* . 

To Sarah Sadler for Edw"* Griflfins Child Mary, 

To Ann Perkins for Jane Daniel, 

To Rob* Boiling Gen* C W. for Sundrys as p' 
Acc\ 

To Rob' Elder for his Support, 

To Ann Vaughn, for James McCullock, . 

To Nath' Raines Gen* for Rachel Redings Sup- 
port 

To William Jones for Rich"* Lunsford's Child, . 

To R Armistead Clerk of the Vestry, 

To Alex' Taylor for a Coffin for Hannah Kenner, 

O By 763 Tithes in Dinwiddie. 
By 761 D° Prince Geo. * 

1,524 Tithes @ 2 I ;^i52. 8. 



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269 



Ordered, That the C W. Recieve from Mr. Penistone the 
present Tennant The Last year's Rent, and pay unto the Rev'* 
Mr. Cammeron, the Same. 

This Day John Kirby Late C W. Returned his Ace* & 
Ordered to be Recorded. 

The Rev** Mr. John Cammeron, came this day in Vestry 
When the Vestry Unanimustly, Elected him Rector of this 
Parish. 

Ordered, That the Church Wardens Recieve from Every 
Titheable Person Two Shillings Cash or i6 Lb" of Tob" In case 
of Refusal or Non Payment, Levy the Same by Distress. 

Ordered, That Rob* Tumbull, Gentieman be appointed A 
Vestryman in the Room of Roger Atkerson Gentleman who 
has Resigned. And that he be be Served with a Coppy of the 
Same by the Clerk. 

Robert Bolling C W. 

Attest R Armistead C V. 

[236-237] Oct' 19 1784. Bristol Parish in Acc't With 
John Kirby former Church Warden Dr. 



To paid Thomas Pillion as p' Reciept, 

To p* Emanuel Lewis, for Cyrus Stewarts Sup 

port, 

To p* Ann Perkins for Jane Daniel's D**, . 
To p** Rich** Lunsford, for Eliz*» McCuUock, 
To p* Ann Vaughn for Support of Eliz^ McCul 

lock 3 Months, 

To p* Judith Goodwyn, for Eliz** Carpenter, 
To Obedience Hacker, for Elisha Lester, . 
To p" John Thompson, for Rob* Elder, 
To Commission for Collecting, . 

To cash p* Rob' Bolling Church Warden Nov' 
I. 1784, 

Contra Cr. 
By 763 Tithes @ i | 3 each, .... 
By the Depositt for Last Year, .... 



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270 bristol parish vestry book. 

1784 Bristol Parish in Acc*t with Robert Rolling, 
Church Warden Dr. 
March To Advertiseing for a Minister three 

Weeks, ;^ o 7 o 

To a Bushell of Corn Meal for Mrs. 

Chris well, 4 

To a Bushell of Wheat for D» 5 | 

22 Lb" Bacon 9^, , . . . 116 
July To 8 Barrells of Corn for Wm. Hard- 
ing @ 20 I 8 

To 12 Yards Oznabrigs for Ditto @ 9", 9 4^ 



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[238] We do hereby engage ourselves to be conformable to 
the Doctrine Discipline & Worship of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church. September 3d 1788. 

John Banister. Thomas G. Peachy, 

Robert Boiling, Alexander G. Strachan, 

James Feild, Isaac Hall, 

William Robertson, James Geddy, 

Robert Turnbull, Richard Gregory, 
John Shore, 

April loth 1789. Jesse Bonner. 

[239 Blank] [240] 1785 March 28th. 

Persuant to an Act of Assembly, passed Last Session En - 
tiled an Act, for Incorporating the protestant Episcopal Church, 
An Election was held, When the following Gentlemen were duly 
Elected, For the Parish of Bristol Viz — 

John Banister, Rob' Boiling, James Field, Rob* Turnbull, 
Rich** Taylor, Joseph Jones, William Robertson, Nath' Raines, 
Christopher M^Connico, Isaac Hall, Alex' Glass. Strachan, ^ 
John Baird Sen'. 
April nth. 

A Meeting of the Minister and Vestry, of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church in the Parish of Bristol, Being Called The 
Following Gentlemen Mett, and previous to there entering on 
the Office of Vestrymen, Have Subscribed in Vestry, to be Con- 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 271 

formable to the Doctrine, Discipline And Worship of the Pro- 
testant Episcopal Church, 

Robert Boiling, Joseph Jones, Isaac Hall, 

Rob' TurnbuU, William Robertson, Alex' Glass Strachan, 

Rich* Taylor, Chris' M^Connico, John Baird. 

Ordered. That John Banister & Rob* Boiling Gentlemen be 
appointed Church Wardens. 

Ordered. That R Armistead, be Appointed Clerk, Collecter 
& Treasurer And that he Recieve Seven & a Half per Cen* for 
his Trouble. 

Ordered. That the Rev"* Mr. Cammeron Employ a Sexton for 
the Brick Church And that no Other person Open the ground, 
nor digg a Grave in the Said Church Yard, but the Sexton, And 
that the Said Sexton be Allowed Six Shillings, for Digging a 
Grave & his Attendance. 

Ordered. That the Church Wardens, Lett the Makeing of 
Proper Gates to the Church Walls, to Some undertaker. And have 
them Properly Fitted, Likewise the Repairs of the Church, And 
pay for the Same out of The late Rents of the Glebe Lands of 
this Parish. 

Ordered. That the Church Wardens Furnish The Elements 
for the use of the Churches, and that they draw on the Treas^ to 
Pay the Same. 

Ordered. That the Church Wardens (after the Church is in 
Order, have all the pews Numbred, Reserving two for the use 
of the Studien's, and four for the use of the Poor. And lett The 
same, to the highest Bidders. 

[241] Robert Boiling Esq' is Duly Elected to Meet the Con- 
vention in the City of Richmond, on the i8th of May Next. 
And that he be Served with a Copy of the Same by the Clerk 
Agreeable to his Appointment. 

Ordered, That Robert Boiling, Christopher M*'Connico, Wm. 
Robertson and Nath* Raines, Gen' are Appointed to Prepare 
Subscriptions for the Support of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 
And that they are to be Returned, by the 30th of Oct' Next 
Ensueing. 

Resolved That it is the Opinion of the Vestry that a Petition 



272 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

be presented to the Next Assembly for Permission to Dispose of 
the Glebe Lands of this Parish; 

Robert Rolling Church Warden. 
Attest R Armistead C. V. B. Parish. 

At a Meeting of the Minister & Vestry of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church in the Parish of Bristol, held at Petersburg, on 
the Fifth Day of February 1787. 
Present. The Reverend John Cameron Rector, John Banis- 
ter, Robert Boiling, Robert Tumbull, John Baird, William Rob- 
ertson, Isaac Hall, Alex' G. Strachan, John Shore, & Christopher 
M^'Connico, Vestrymen. 

John Shore Esq' is appointed a Deputy to attend the annual 
Meeting of the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
in Virginia, on the Third Wednesday in May next. 

David Organ is appointed Sexton of St. Pauls Church, com- 
monly called the Brick Church in Petersburg. 

Robert Bolling jr C. W. 

[242] In Conformity to an Act of General Assembly passed 
last Session, directing the Appointment of Trustees & other 
purposes, the Members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in 
the Parish of Bristol, assembled in the Town of Petersburg on 
the Seventh day of November 1787, & elected the following 
Gentlemen as Trustees & Vestrymen for the said Parish to serve 
in that Office untill the Monday in Easter week in the Year one 
Thousand seven hundred & Ninety. Viz John Banister, Robert 
Boiling, James Feild, William Robertson, Robert Turnbull, 
John Shore, Thomas G. Peachy, Alexander G. Strachan, Isaac 
Hall, James Geddy, Joseph Jones, & Richard Gregory. 

Robert Bolling jr C. W. 
Attest Robert Armistead Clk V. 

At a meeting of the Trustees & Vestrymen of the Parish of 
Bristol, held at Petersburg on the Third day Sep' 1788. 
Present. The Reverend John Cameron Rector, Robert Bol- 
ling j', Thomas G. Peachy, John Shore, James Feild. William 
Robertson, James Geddy, Robert Turnbull, Isaac Hall, Alex' 
O. Strachan, & Richard Grigory, subscribed to be conformable 



BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 273 

to the Doctrine, Discipline, & Worship of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church, & took their seats as Trustees & Vestrymen for 
this Parish. 

Robert Boiling j' & Thomas G. Peachy Gentlemen are ap- 
pointed Church Wardens. 

Ordered That David Organ Sexton receive Six Shillings for 
his own services in digging a Grave, and Three shillings for 
the Liberty of burying in the Church Yard, before he breaks 
Ground, & that he make Return of such Money to one of the 
Church Wardens, once in every month. 

Robert Bolling, jr C. W. 

[243] At a meeting of the Trustees & Vestrymen of the Parish 
of Bristol held at Petersburg, on the Thirty first day of 
December 1788. 

Present. The Reverend John Cameron Rector, Bobert Bol- 
ling j^ Thomas G. Peachy, Church Wardens, John Shore, Alex- 
ander G. Strachan, Robert Turnbull, Isaac Hall, James Geddy, 
William Robertson Trustees & Vestrymen. 

Peter Williams & Jesse Bonner Gentlemen are appointed 
Trustees & Vestrymen in the room of John Banister & James 
Feild deceased. 

Ordered That Donald Cameron collect the Subscriptions for 
the Year 1788. & make Return to the Vestry on or before the 
first day of February next. & that he be allowed Five ^' Cent 
for his Trouble. 

Ordered That the Sexton make up his Accounts & pay up all 
the Money now due for privilige of burying in Church Yard, 
immediately into the hands of the Church -Wardens; — & that for 
the future he make up his Accounts monthly, & Setde with the 
same. 

Robert Bolling jr C W. 

[244] At a Meeting of the Trustees & Vestrymen of the Par- 
ish of Bristol held at Petersburg on the Eighteenth Day 
of April A. D. 1789. 

Present. The Reverend John Cameron Rector, Robert Bol- 
ling j', Thomas G. Peachy Church Wardens, William Robert- 



274 BRISTOL PARISH VESTRY BOOK. 

son, John Shore, Richard Gregory, & Isaac Hall Trustees ^ 
Vestrymen. 

Jesse Bonner Gen* came into Vestry & having subscribed to 
be conformable to the Doctrine Worship & Discipline of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church took his seat as a Vestryman & 
Trustee for this Parish. 

^William Robertson Esq' is appointed a Deputy to attend the 
annual Meeting of the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in Virginia, on the first Wednesday in May next. 

Ordered, that Peter Williams & Jesse Bonner do provide a 
sufficient Lock & Key for Jones Hole Church & give publick 
Notice that if any Person or Persons shall here after open the 
Doors or Windows of said Church, or officiate therein without 
Leave first obtaind of the Minister & Church Wardens of this 
Parish, He or They so offending shall be dealt with according to 
Law^. 

Ordered that David Organ, Sexton for the Church in Peters- 
burg, employ a Bricklayer upon the best Terms He can to repair 
the South-west corner of the Church Yard-Wall & secure the 
same by a strong Post of Oak or some other durable Wood, & 
apply to the Church Wardens for Payment. 

Robert Bolling jr, Thos. G. Peachy C W. 



RBGISTBR. 



Ephraim son of Wm. & Amy Andrews born 4th feb' last bap^ 

Sep*' ist 1 72 1. 
George son of Wm. & Anne Archer born 31st July last bap* 

sep*' 3d 1 72 1. 
Mary dau of Rob* & Mary Abernathy born i6th Aprill last bap* 

9th Octob' 172 1. 
Tho: son of Tho: & Ann Addison born ist Aprill last bap' 27th 

May 1722. 
Isham son of Rich & Mary Andrews born 19th Aprill last bap* 

July 7th 172-. 
Tally son of Hen: & Mary Alley born 24th Augs* 172 1 bap' March 

27th 1722. 
Ann dau of Abra & Mary Alley born 25th Instant bap' 31st May 

1722. 
Fran: dau of Geo: & Mary Archer born 8th May last bap* 19th 

August 1722. 
Wm. son of Tho: & Mary Adaman born 2d July last bap* 17th 

feb: 1722-3. 
Geo: son of Wm. & Avis Andrews born 14th Jan' last bap* July 

loth 1723. 
Mary D. of Tho & Jane Andrews born 14th Aprill last bap* July 

loth 1723. 
Judith D. of Geo & Mary Archer born 23d Aprill last bap' 5th 

sep*' 1724. 
Winifred D of Wm. & Avis Andrews born ist June last bap* 

i6th sept' 1724. 
Druryson of Abra & Mary Allen born ist X*" 1724. 
Fran : son of Rich & Mary Andrews born loth August last bap* 

March 28th 1725. 
Tho: Son of Tho: & Mary Adaman born 6th octob' 1724 bap* 

1 2th Sep 1725. 



276 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John son of Rob* & Mary Abertnartha born 21th bap* 1723. 
Mary Da' of Ann Andrews being Illigitimate born i8th octber 

last 1725. 
Martha A negro of George Archer born Jan' 1725. 
David Son of Rob* and Mary Abertnarthy born May 29th bap' 

June 6th. 1726. 
Wm Son of Elkana and Sarah Allen born 3d sep' 1726. 
Sarah D of John and Catherine Adams born 30th Ap' 1726. 
Winefritt D of Abraham and Mary Alle born 22d Aprill 1727. 
Eliz D of Th* and Jane andrews born nth Novem' 1726 bap' 

15 1727. 
Wm S of Rich** and Mary andrews born 13th May 1726 bap' 15 

novem' 1727. 
a vice D of Wm and avice andrews Bom 7 th Dec" 1727 Bap. 
Martha D of Wm. and ann Archer born 19th Bap' 19th Janr^ 

1727. 
Mary D of George and Sarah Archer Born 25th June 1728. 
Eliz' D of henry and Eliz' anderson Born 14th aprill 1729. 
EUinor female slave of Ditto Born 14th aprill 1729. 
Sarah D of Elcanah and Sarah allin Born 28th Dec' Bap' 4th 

March 1728. 
Henry Son of Richard & mary andrews Born 3d feb' 1729 Bap' 

28th aprill 1730. 
John Son of Wm and avis andrews Born 7th July 1729 Bap' 

loth May 1730. 
Mary D of abraham and Mary Alle Born 13th July 1730. 
Thomas Son of Christophar and Mary Addison Born 1 2th Sept' 

1730- 
Eliz' D: of Robert and Mary Abernarthy Born 20th May 1730 

. Bap' 20th Sep". 
Frances D of William and Ann Archer Born 14th august 1730 

Bap' oct' 1 2th. 
Sarah D of George & Mary Archer Born 31th Dee' Bap' 21th 

feb' 1730. 
anne of Thomas & ann addison Born ith feb' 1730. 
Martha Daf of Tho' & Jean Andrews bom i6th March 173 1 

bap' June ist 1732. 
Luciana daf of W*" & Avis Andrews bom 9 Sep' 1731 bap' July 

30th 1732. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 277 

Pheboe dater of Rich* & Mary Andrews born 26th March 1732 

bap* July 30th 1732. 
Jean Dat' of Geo & Mary Archer born 12th July 1732 bap* Sep' 

3d 1732. 
Clyborn of Henry & Elisabeth Born anderson 21th Dec' 1732 

Bap' Jan' 14th 1732. 
amy D of Robert & mary abernarthy Born 30th Jan' 1732 Bap' 

26th March 1733. 
Eleonore D of abraham & mary alien Born nth ap' 1733 Bap' 

27th may 1733. 
Winifred D' of Christopher & mary addison Born 8th octb' 1732 

Bap' 17th June 1733. 
Phebe D: of Wm & ann archer Bom 3d Sep' 1733 Bap' octb' 

1 8th 1733. 
Robert Son of John & martha alexander Born 2d Jan' 1733 

Bap' 30 feb'. 
John Son of James & Elisabeth Anderson Born 4th May 1734 

Bap* 4th august. 
Field Son of field & Elisabeth archer Born ith July 1734 Baj)' 

2d July. 
George Son of Richard & Tabitha Archer Born 30 April 1734. 
Ruth D. of Jane Anderson born July 12th 1733. 
Amey D. of John & Elizabeth Anderson Born i8th June 1734. 
Henry S of Henry & Elizabeth Anderson Born 4 Jan'' 1734. 
Thomas S of Thomas & alice Archer Born Octob' 3d 1734 Bap- 
tized the 25th. 
Lucey D. of Abraham & Mary Allen Born Sep' 12th 1735. 
Fredrick S of Thomas & Alee Archer Born November y** 13th 

1740. 
Mary D of Peter & Elisabeth Aldridg Born febuary y*" 22nd 1739. 
Miles S of Abraham & mary Allen Born may y*' i8th 1741. 
Lucy D. of David and Ann Abernothy B Feb'' 14th 1740. 
John S of William & Agnis Abbet Feb'' 26th 1740. 
William S. of Richard & Tabitha Archers born Sep" 20th 1738 

& Bap' Octob' 30th 1 74 1. 
Roger S. of Richard & Tabitha Archers Born May loth 1741 & 

Bap' Octob' 30th 1 741. 
Mary D. of John & Elizabeth Atkinsons Born Sep" 5th 1741 & 

Bap' Apr nth 1742. 



278 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Robert S. of Robert & Sara Abernethys Born March 27th 1742 

& Bap' June 13th 1742. 
William S. of Charles & Ellis Abernethys Born Apr 4th 1742 & 

Bap' June 13th 1742. 
Joanna D. of William & Ellis Aldrige Born Jan^ loth 1 741-2 & 

Bap' May nth 1742. 
Elizabeth D. of Richard & Mary Aycock born Dec' 4th 1742 & 

Bap* Feb 20th 1742. 
Martha D. of Elizabeth Allen born Octob' 28th 1742 and bapf* 

Aprile loth 1743. 
John S. of Peter & Elizabeth Aldrige bom June 14th 1743 & 

bapt** May 9th 1743. 
Sara D. of William & Mary Archers born Jan' 28th 1742-3 & 

bapt** June 12th 1743. 
Mason D. of Abram & Mary Aliens born Nov' 20th 1743 & bapt* 

Janry ist 1743-4. 
Mille D. of Peter & Elizabeth Aldridge born Janry 25th 1744-5 

& bapt* Aprile 28th 1745. 
Mary D. of William & Mary Archers born Septr i6th 1745 

bapt* Octob 1745. 

Frederick S. of John & Lucy Aberneathys was born Sep' 2d 

baptd Nov' loth 1745. 
Shade Son of Winifreid Alley born Baptized May 

I2th 1751. 
David Son of William & Jean Andersons born Novem' 29th 1750. 
James Son of Ditto born January 21st 1753. 
Sukey D of Drury and Abigail Alley born August 28th 1752. 
Binns Son of Howell Adkins (of Sussex) & Susannah his Wife, 

born March 13th & bap. May 13th 1792. 
Branchey a Negro Boy slave belonging to Roger Atkerson was 

Born April 23d 1761. 
Samuel, Son, of Thomas Adams, & Mary his Wife, born August 

nth & baptized September 22nd 1793. 
William Archer (of Dinwiddie) was buried 23d June 1795. 

B 

Rob' son of Maj' Rob' & Anne Boiling born 30th octob' Last 
bap' 13th Nov: 1720. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 279 

Wm. son of Wm. & Mary Belsher bom 4th June last bap* 24th 

octob' 1720. 
Ruth dau: of Rich: & Agnis Barber bom 14th octobMast bap* 

Jan' ist 1720-1. 
John son of Moses ik Mary Beck born 4th Nov last bap* March 

2ith 1720-1. 
Eliz : dau : of Andrew <& Eliz : Beck born 26th octob' last bap* 

March 21th 1720-1. 
Tho son of Tho: & Mary Burge born 31th may last bap* 17th 

sep*' 1721. 
Rich: son of John & Eliz: Brown born 3d July instant bap' July 

19th 1721. 
Tho: son of Wm: & Mary Batt born 3d July last bap* Sept' 27th 

1721. 
Agnis dau of Edw: & Margret Birchet born 6th Jan' last bap* 

27th August 1 72 1. 
Vide D: for Banks. [*] 
Wm. son of Jo & Rebecca Bryerly born 9th sep^ last bap* 

octob' 22th 172 1. 
James son of Rob' & Ann Bevell born 2d nov: Last bap* 25 

decern b' 1721. 
Jane dau of peter & Eliz Baugh born 15th Nov: last bap' March 

5th 1721-2. 
John son of Wm. <& Anne Brown born 30th Augs: last bap' 

March nth 1 721-2. 
Tho: son of Tho & Eliz Bott born 14th decern 172 1 bap' Aprill 

1722. 
Cha: son of James & Mary Banks born sep* i8th Anno 17 16. 
Mary d: of ditto born Nov: 21th 17 18. 
Sarah d. of ditto born loth Nov: 1721. 
Tho son of Wm. & Mary Belcher born 28th June last bap' July 

7th 1722. 
Wm. son of Hugh & Mary Bragg born 20th March last bap' 

July i5ih 1722. 
John son of Rich : & Jane Burch born 7th March last bap' June 

nth 1722. 

*Three leaves, containing the first (and much the larger) pan of the 
register of names in D, E and F*, are missing. — C. G. C. 



280 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Annakin A Slave belonging unto Cap^ Drury Boiling born in 

April 1720. 
Sue A slave belonging unto ditto born in Nov: 1720. 
Mingo A negro boy belonging unto ditto born in July 1722. 
Benj' son of Benj' & Eliz Blick born 26th March 1721 bap' March 

29th 1 7 2-. 
John son of Rich & Agnis Barber born 21th Aprill last bap* 31th 

May 172-. 
Cha son of Nico: & Ann Butterworth born 6th Jan: last bap* feb 

14th 172-. 
Agnis dau of Edw & Margaret Birchett 6th Jan: last bap* 27th 

August 1 721. 
Wm. son of Jn" & Anne Bradshaw born June 9th 17 19. 
John son of ditto ist feb' 1721-2. 
Wm. son of Edw & Mary Burchet born 30 xbr last bap* July 

7th 1723. 
Wm. son of Ja. & Eliz Baugh born 5th Aprill last bap* July 21th 

1723. 
Wm. son of John & Eliz Browder born 7th July last bap* i8th 

August 1723. 
Tho. son of Geo. & Ann Brooks born 20th feb. last bap* Aug* 

2ith 1723. 
prissilla dau of Jam. & Mary Banks born 31th Jan' last bap' 

Aug* 22th 1723. 
Rob* son of Rob* & Ann Bevell born loth oct' 1723. 
Gabe A negro boy belonging to Cap* Drury Boiling bom loth 

of 9**' 1723. 
Bety A negro girl belonging to Mad. Anne Boiling born 28th 

Aprill 1723. 
John son of Tho & Letitia Broadway born loth May 1720 bap* 

Jan' 30th 1723-4. 
Abigail D. of Rich: & Agnis Barber born 27th octob last bap' 

feb. 6th 1723-4. 
Anne D. of Tho. & Eliz Bott born xb' ul* bap* feb ist 1723-4. 
prud. dau. of Jn* & Rebeca Broyely born i6th x*" last bap* feb. 

15th 1723-4- 
Wm. son of Edm. & Mary Broadway born 4th June last bap' 

Aug 30th 1724. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 281 

Mason d of Maj' Rob' & Anne Boiling born 14th August last 

bap' sep' 22th 1724. 
Andrew s of Andrew & Eliz Beck born 4th March last bap' i8th 

Aprill 1725. 
Randolph s. of Patrick & Rose Bardin born 12 March last bap* 

May 2d 1725. 
Tho. s. of Tho & Ester Backly Born 24th June last bap' 7th 

March 1724-5. 
Ann daughter of ditto born 28th May 1722. 
Jam s. of Edw. & Margaret Burchet born 19th Nov. last bap' 

June 13th 1725. 

of John & Anne Bradshaw 

Mary D. of Moses & Mary Beck born 27th May last bap' 25th 

July 1725. 
Luis s of Jn" & Eliz. Baugh born 25th June last bap' may 7th 

1725. 
John son of John burton and Catherine born 7th Sep'^ bap' 12th 

oc'' 1725. 
Catherine burton Decs' loth Sep'' 1725. 
John Son of benj* & Elis* blick born 27th octb' 1725. 
Gower Son of Jn** & Ann Bradshaw ocf" 24th 1724. 
martha da' of George and Ann brooks born 31th March 1725. 
George son of henry and ann baly born 2d Day o June 1725. 
Eliz' Dat of Hugh and mary brag born 8th July 1725. 
Mary Dat of George and Eliz' Browder born 20th Aug' 1725. 
Eliz Dat of abrahani and mary Burton born ap' 1726. 
Anne Da' of simon and Martha Bursby born Jan' 28th bap' 

march 20th 1725. 
Samuel burton son of Judith nunsry born august 8th 1725. 
Wm son of James and Mary bankes bom Ap' y'' 17th 1725. 
Mol Slave of Cap' Drury boiling Deceast. born 24th Sep' 1726. 
Mary D of Joseph and Margarit brewer born oct" 7th 1725 bap* 

2d oct™ 1726. 
Wm son of Robert and Ann Bevill born 2d oct" bap' 30th 1726. 
Sarah D of Mary bly born 29th Aprill bap' Dec"" i8th 1726. 
Eliz' D of Francis and Eliz bracy born 23d Dee' '1724. 
Handstess D of Edmond and martha browder born 30th Nov' 

1721. 
James son of Ditto born 24th Aug* 1725. 



282 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Edward son of Edward and Mary Brawdiway born 7th Decem'^ 

1726. 
Abram son of Lazarus and Winefred berten 17th Dee" 1726. 
Mol female slave of Abr* burton born 4th Jan' 1722. 
lego slave of Ditto bom 14th february 1724. 
peter slave of Ditto born 15th aprill 1726. 
Robert son of Wm and Mary batte born i6th octem 1727. 
Dorithy D of John and Rebekah Bryally born 30th feb' 1726. 
Eliz D of John and ann Bradsho Born 20th July 1727 bap' i. 

oct". 
Eliz' Daterof Ishmail Bullock and Bersheba Chiswell Born 17th 

March 1721. 
Frances D of Ditto born 2d March 1722 Baptoct" ith 1727. 
Abraham son of Abr* and Mary Burton Born 28th Jan' 1727. 
Rich** son of John and frances Byrge Born 29th March 1728. 
Amie D. of Th** and Dorcorrs Booth Born 5th June 1728 Bap* 

3d June. 
John son of Henry and Avis Balie Born 23d oct" 1727 Bap* July 

28th 1728. 
Lucy D of John and Mary Beavil Born 19th Nov'" 1727 Bap* 

July 4th. 
Dol female slave of abraham Burton Born i8th July 1728. 
Th* son of Wm and Mary Bryan Born 29th May 1728. 
Mary D of John and Sarah Burton Born 15th June 1728. 
Robert son of Wm. and Eliz' Bowman Born 14th March 1728. 
Ann D of Rich** and agnis Barber Born 22d august 1728. 
Edward son of Wm and Mary Belcher Born loth March 1728. 
Joel son of Hugh and Mary Bragg Born aprill loth 1729. 
William son of Edmond and martha Browder. Born 31th oct" 

Bap' 1 2th Jan' 1728. 
Sarah D of Wm and Dorithy Browder Born 22d Dec"" Bap' 

aprill 20th 1728. 
amy D of andrew and Eliz" Beck Born 22d oct'*' Bap* feb' i6th 

1728. 
Peter male slav of John Burton Born 4th May 1729. 
David son of Lasurous and Winfrit Benton Born i6th sep' 1729. 
Sarah D of Mary Blaton 24th Jan' Decs'* ith feb' 1729. 
Wm son of Jn" and Mary Blackston Born 9th May Bap' 27th 

June 1729. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 283 

John son of Th*" and ann Brooks Born 21th Dee"* Bap' 15th Jan' 

1729. 
John son of Wm and Mary Batte Decs'* oct' 8th 1729. 
ann D of Ditto Dees'* oct' 6th 1729. 
Ceasor male slave of Ditto Dees"* oct' 6th 1729. 
Ditto Margery Sue. Jone Dinah Tom nth 1729. 
Eliz' D of John and frances Byrg Born nth Deem' Bap* 12th 

March 1729. 
Jeane D of George and Eliz* Browder Born 29th Dec' 1729 Bap' 

loth May 1730. 
Martha Da' of George and Ann Brooks born 31th March 1725. 
George son of henry and amy baley born 2d June 1725. 
Eliz' Da* of hugh and mary brag born 8th July 1725. 
Mary Da* of Cieorge and Eliz' browder bom 20th aug* 1725. 
Martha Da' of Richard and Jane burch born 27th feb' bap' 29th 

May 1726 1725. 
Tho. son of John and Eliz* Blanchet Born 22d feb' 1729 Bap' 

loth May 1730. 
John son of John and ann Buder Born 15th aprill 1730 Bap' 

loth May. 
Wm. son of William and amy Bo wen Born 2d Deem' 1729 Bap' 

loth May 1730. 
Phebe D of John and ann Bradsho Born 21th Dec' 1729 Bap' 

loth March 1730. 
Eliz* D of Simon and Martha Bursby 7th Jan' 1729 Bap* 2d 

March. 

Dater of John and Mary Bentley Born 19th May 1730. 

Phebe Dater of Abraham and Mary Burton Born nth Sep' 1730 

Bap' 7th Dee'. 
Henry son of John and Johannah Burrough Born 26th octb' 

1730 Bap* 15th Nov*". 
Amy D of Richard and agnis Barber Born 30th august 1730. 
Lucie D of Robert and avis Bowen Born 23th august 1730. 
Abraham son of Edward and Margret Burchet Born 15th June 

1730. 
David son of David and Mary Barret Born 23d octob' 1730 Bap' 

1 2th Jan'. 
Joseph son of Rob' & ann Beavil Born nth Dee' 1730 Bap' 14th 

feb'. 



.284 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John son of Eliz" Butler Born loth feb' 1725 Bap' 19th Sep' 1731- 
Sarah D of William and Eliz' Butler Born 8th Dec" 17 14 Bap' 

nth Sep' 1731. 
Eliz* D of Sam & Catharine Bartlet Born 25th Janr' 1730 Bap' 

1 2th Sep' 1 73 1. 
Mary D of francis & Eliz' Bressie Born 3d 1731 Bap' 15th au- 
gust 1 73 1. 
Sarah D of Mary Bly Born 29th ap' 1726. 
Thomas son of Thomas & anne Brooks Born loth June Bap* nth 

octb' 1 73 1. 
Miles son Liewes & Eliz' Bobbitt 22d Janu' 1731 Bap' ap"^ 23* 

1732. 
Jo. male slave of abr* Burton Born Nov' 1730. 
Jane female slave of Ditto Born Jan' 1730. 
Benj' Son of Jn* & Ann Bradshaw born April 6th 1732. 
Sam a Negro of James Boisseau born May 14th 1732. 
Wm. son of William Sc Eliz' Bowman bom Ap' 3d 1731 bap' 

May 21. 1732. 
Sarah dat' of Jn" & Mary Bently bap* June i. 1732. 
Martha dat' of Jn" & Ann Butler born 23d Ap* 1732 bap' June 

II. 1732. 
George Son of Wm. & Mary Belcher born i8th July 1731. bap* 

9th July 1732. 
John son of Wm. & Mary Bugg born ist Feb^ 1731 bap' i6th 

July 1732. 
Jn° son of Andrew & Eliz' Beck born 30th Ap* 1732 bap' 23d 

July 1732. 
David of Wm. & Amy Bowen born 13th Nov' 1731 bap' 30th 

July 1732. 
Ephraim Son of Rob' & Avis Bowen born 12th Feb^ 1731 bap' 

30th July 1732. 
Fra' dat' of Rob' & Ann Burton born Oct' iih 1732 bap' Sep*" 

20th 1732. 
Martha dat' of Jn* & Sarah Burton born 25th May bap* Sep' 

23d 1732. . 
Rice son of Jn° & Mary Blaxton born Sep' i6th 1732 bap* Nov' 

5 1732. 
Drury & Miles Sons of Simon & Martha Busby born nth Dec' 

bap' y'' 23 Dec' 1732. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 285 

Frances dat' of Rob' & Ann Bevell born y' 12th of Dec' bap' 

Dec' 24th 1732. 
William Slave of Rob' Boiling born i8th Dec' 1730. ) bap* 
Bouzer Slave of D" 24th Nov' 1728. [ Dec' 26 

Anthony Slave of D" 12 Oct' 1732. ) 1732. 

Robert Son of Abra & Mary Burton born 24th Aug' 1732 bap' 

26 Dec' 1732. 
John son of John & Frances Burg Born loth nov' 1732 Bap' 

dee' 29th. 
George son of John & Eliz' Browder Born 5 dee' 1731 Bap' 30 

Jan'. 
Richard son of Richard & agnis Barber Born 17th feb' 1732 Bap' 

ap' 9th 1733. 
Peter Son of William & Elisabeth Butler Bom 20th octb' 1732 

Bap' 26th. 1733. 
Martha D. of John & Wilmet Banister Born 21th Decem' 1732 

Bap' feb' 4th. 
Thomas Son of Francis & Eliz' Bracy Born 25th March 1733 

Bap' 22d ap' 1733. 
Susanna D' of John & mary Beavil Born 4th Jan' 1732 Bap' 

27th may 1733. 
amy D' of Thomas & anne Brooks Born 17th feb' 1732 Bap' 7th 

ap'J733- 
William son ol Henry & avice Baly Born loth may 1733 Bap' 

17th June. 
David son of David & Frances Burn Born 25th March 1733 Bap 

2d June. 
Will male slave of John Burton Born 5th March 1732. 
amy D of wiUiam & Dorothy Browder Born nth July 1733 Bap' 

9th Sep'. 
Robin male slave of abraham & ann Burton Bom 3d august 1733. 
Judy of Ditto Born 15 sep' 1733. 
William Son of Samuel & Cattorn Barttlet Born 6th July 1733 

Bap' 28th Sep'. 
Mary D. of James & Catherine Burow Born ith Nov' 1733 Bap' 

Nov' 4th. 
Robert Son of George & Eliz' Belcher Born 4th Nov' 1733 Bap' 

Dee' iQth 1733. 
Robert Son of William & lettis Barten Born Dee' ith 1733 Bap' 

feb' 3d. 



286 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Phebe D. of William & Elisabeth Baldin Born i6th dec' 1733 

Bap' Jan' 30th. 
Sarah D. of Tho" & Brawdiway Born 28th Sep' 1733 

Bap' loth feb'. 
John Son of Daniel & amy Wall Bom loth dee' 1733 Bap' 27th 

Jan'. 
James Son of peter & Letisia Brewer Born ith Nov' 1733 Bap' 

Jan' 27th. 
Jemmy slave of abr* & Sarah Burton Born 13th Dee' 1733. 
Maryellis D. of John & Mary Bently Born 12th Dee' 1733 Bap' 

loth March. 
William Son of John & EUz' Blanchet Born 25th feb' 1733 Bap' 

loth March, 
anne D. of John & FIliz' Browder Born 13th feb' 1733 Bap' 24th 

March 1734. 
Lucy D. of John & Suffiah Blackman Born 29th Dee' 1733 Bap* 

28th ap' 1734. 
Francis Son of John & Elisabeth Baugh Born 3d ap' 1734 Bap' 

30th July. 
William Son of George & Elisabeth Belcher Born 12th March 

1733 Bap' 28th July 1734. 

Miles Son of Thomas & Elisabeth Bott 21th feb' 1733 Bap' 28th 

July 1734. 
Presilia ,D. of George and Eliz. Brouder Born y*" 2d of June 1735. 

Bap' 6th July. 
James S of John and Ann Butler Born 14 March 1734 Bap' 17 

Ap' 1735- 
Martha D. of John and Mary Bevel Born 4 March 1734 Bap* 17 

Ap' 1735. 
George S. of Thomas and Ann Brooks Born 28 May 1734 Bap 

Ap' 19. 1735. 
Nonney Male Slave belong"^ to Theodirick Bland born Ap' 2 2d 

'735- 
Raehell D. of John and Sarah Burton born 13th Feb'-'' 1734. 
Anthony Male Slave belonging to Richard Booker Bom nth 

January 1734. 
Henry Son of Charles & Lovedy Burton Born 17th January 

1734 Baptiz** 26 March 1735. 

Peter S. of William 8c Elizabeth Bowman Born y* 30th Xb' 1734. 



BRISTOL PARISH RE(;iSTER. 287 

Elizabeth D of William & Elizabeth Burrow Born 5th Feb'' 

1734-5. 
John Son of John & Willmuth Banister Born 26th December 

1734. 
Robert Male Slave belong* to Ditto Born 2d Octob' 1734. 
Mary F. Slave belong* to Ditto Born 25 July 1733. 
Lady F. Slave belong* to Ditto Born 28th Xb' 1734. 
Francis F. Slave belong* to Ditto Born 28th Xb' 1734. 
Mary D. of John & Mary Blackstone Born 8th Nov' 1734. 
Martha D. of Henry & Avis Baley Born March 30th 1735 Bap- 

tizd 4th May. 
Jesse S. of Wm. & Amy Bowyon Born March nth 1734. 
Martha D of Benjamin & Elizabeth Blick Born 5th May 1734 

Bap. Octo. 25. 
William S. of James and Margrett Baugh Born Octob' 7th 1735. 
Martha D. of William and Margrett Butler Born 24th Sep* 1735. 
James S of James & Martha Baugh Bom December y" 2nd 1740. 
Nehemiah S of Henry & Ann Beckwith Born November y*' 6 

1740. 
Abraham S of John & Sephirah Blackmun Born may y*" 14 1741. 
John Son of Thomas & Martha Butler B. June 25th 1740. 
Woody Son of (ieorge & Lucy Belchair B Feb'' 22d 1 740-1. 
Debora D. of Richard & Joyce Burnet B Feb'' 17th 1 740-1. 
Sarah D of Wm. & Margaret Butler B June 30th 1740. 
Eliz Daughter of James & Mary Boisseau B Sept' 20th 1733. 
James Son of the above Jam* & Mary B May 22d 1736. 
Sarah Daughter of the above James & Mary B March 3d 1738. 
Nan Slave of the above Ja' & Mary B July 3d 1740. 
Fanny Slave of Ditto B Augs' i6th 1740. 
Patt Slave of John BuUington B July 14th 1740. 
Sam*"' S of Francis & Elisabeth Brasey B Feb'' 12th 1740. 
Susanna D. of Cap* James & Mary Boisseaus Born Oct' 17th 

1741 & Bap' Octob' 30th 1741. 
Philip S. of Philip & Martha Burrows Born July 20th 1741 & 

Bap* Nov' 1st 1 74 1. 
Frederick S. of Thomas & Mary Burges was Born Nov' 5th 

1741 & Bap' Jan'' 3d 1 741-2. 
Anne D. of Richard & Elizabeth Biggins Born June 24th 1741 

8i Bap* Jan'' 3d 1 741-2. 



288 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Francis D, of John & Francis Burges Born July 7th 1741 & 

Bap' J an'' 3d 174 1-2. 
Burwell S. of William & Elizabeth Browns Born Dec' 13th 1741 

& Bap* Jan'^ 17th 174 1-2. 
Joseph S. of Sen' John & Elizabeth Browders Bom Feb'' 2d 

1741-2 & Bap' Feb' 28th 1741-1. 
Winnie D. of George & Elizabeth Browders Born Jan'' 7th 

1741-2 & Bap' Feb" 28th 1741-2. 
Jane D. of George & Jane Boilings Born Dec' 31st 1740 & Bap' 

March 21st 1741-2. 
Theoderick S. of Cap' Theodorick & Francis Blands Bom March 

2 1 St 1740 & Bap' Ap' 26 i742;[*] 
Anne D. of James & Catharine Burrows Born March 28th 1742 

& Bap' May 2d 1742. 
James S. of William & Mary Baxters Born Feb'' 17th 1 741-2 & 

Bap' May nth 1742. 
Mary D. of George & Lucy Belchers Born May 9th 1742 & Bap^ 

June 13th 1742. 
Isham S. of Thomas & Susanna Bonners Born Fely 7th 174 1—2 

& Bap' June 13th 1742. 
Edward S. of Robert & fane Birchets Born March 17th 1741— 2 

& Bap' May 30th 1742. 
Patt A Negro Girll belonging to Rob' Birchet Born March 15th 

1 74 1 -2 & Bap' May 30th 1742. 
Phcebe D. of Joseph & Mary Becks Born Ap' i6th 1742 & Bap* 

June 27th 1742. 
Thomas S. of Thomas & Francis Browns Born Aug. 12th 1741 

& Bap' July 25th 1742. 
Mason D. of John & Mary Browders Born June 30th 1742 & 

Bap' July 4th 1742. 
Jesse S. of William & Margret Butlers Born Aug 2d 1742 & 

bap' Octob 17th 1742. 
Elizabeth D. of William & Margret Butlers born Sept' 4th 1737. 
Anne D. of Joseph & Mary Burreys born Aprile ist 1742 & 

bapt* Nov' 14th 1742. 
Thomas S. of Henry & Anne Bickwiths born Aug 17th 1742 & 

bapf* Octob 31st 1742. 



* Erased in original.— C. G. C. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 289 

Margret D. of William & Margret Browders born Nov' i6th 

1742 & bapf* Dec' 19th 1742. 
John S. of Mary Brandom was born Octob 22d 1740 & bap* 

June 1 2th 1743. 
Charles S. of Mary Brandom born March ist 1742 & bapt* June 

1 2th 1743. 
Joseph S. of William & Elizabeth Butlers bom Jan'' 5th 1719-20 

& bapf* Sept' 8th 1743. 
Anne D. of John & Anne Buders born Sep" 25th 1743 & bapt* 

Octob 9th 1743. 
Mary D. of John & Anne Baughs born Nov' 22d 1743 & bapt* 

Jan" 6th 1743-4. 
Lucretia D. of Richard & Elizabeth Biggins bom Nov' 7th 1743 

& bapt** Dec' 25th 1743. 
Mary D. of Richard & Constance Bundy bom Dec' 25th 1743 

& bapt* Feb. 19th 1743-4. 
Adam S. of James & Martha Baughs bom Feb ist 1743-4 & 

bapt** March i8th 1743-4. 
Betty D. of Henry & Anne Berrys born Aug. i6th 1743 and 

bapt" March iSth 1743-4. 
Charles S. of Joseph & Mary Becks bom Jan'' 29th 1743-4 & 

bapf* Aprile 8th 1744. 
Mary D. of Wm. & Agnes Batts born Ap' i6th 1744. 
Charles S. of Charles & Elizabeth Butterworths born Apr. i8th 

& bapf^ May 13th 1744. 
Dinah a female slave belonging to Edward Burchet born Feb. 

27th 1743-4. 
Frederick S of Thomas & Mary Burge born Nov 21st I74i.[*] 
Woodie S. of Thomas & Mary Burges born March 22d 1743-4 

& bapt^ March 25th 1744. 
Mary D. of Thomas & Martha Baughs born March 20th 1743-4. 
William S. of William & Frances Birchets born Dec' 20th 1744 

& bapt** Jan'' 27th 1744-5. 
Charles S. of Henry & Anne Beckwith born Octob' 28th 1744 

baptized Feb' 3d 1744-5. 
Robert S. of Robert & Jane Birchets born Apr 8th 1744. 



♦Erased in original. — C. G. C. 



290 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Noah S. of Noah & Elizabeth Browns born Jan'^ 26th 1744-5 bap- 
tized Aprile 7th 1745. 
Wood S. of John & Sophia Blackmans was born March 22d 

1744-5 & bapf* May 19th 1745. 
Frederick S. of John & Mary Browders was born Feb 2 2d 

1744-5 & bapf* June 23d 1745. 
Susanna D. of William & Marg' Browders was born June i8th 

1745 & bapt** July 3d 1745. 
Nannie A Negro Child belonging to Mr. William Brodnax was 

born Octob' ist 1745. 
Agnes D. of Henry & Mary Wilkisons born Sept' 8th & bapt** 

Octob' I745.[*] 
William S of Mr. William Brodnax & Ann his wife born Nov' 

26th & bapf* Dec' 27th 1745. 
Patty D. of Nathanael & Mary Burrows born Sep* 22d & bapf* 

Nov' 3d 1745. 
John S of Peter & Susanna Boilsys was born Octob' 5th & baptd 

Nov' 1 2th 1745. 
Arthur S. of Richard & Elizabeth Biggins was born Octob' 26th 

baptd Dec' 8th 1745. 
Hannah D of James & Margaret Bruce was born March 2 2d 

1745-6. 
Mary D. of Charles & Elizabeth Butterworths was born Jan'^ 

i6th 1745-6 bapt* March i6th. 
Phebe D. of Thomas & Martha Baughs was born Octob 13th 

1745 bapt* Feb i6th 1745-6. 
Henry S. of William & Agnes Batts was born Feb 17th 1745-6 

bapt* Ap. 6th 1746. 

gnes ( Negroes belonging to Mr James Boisseau 
Billie ) 

born } ^"^ J5th i745 } baptd May 1746. 
J March 31st 1746 ) ^ 

William son of Richard & Constant Burge born March 23d 1746. 

Alexander S. of Thomas & Mary Burge was born June 6th 176. 

Betty D of Sarah Brown Mulatto born March 28th 1745. 

Ruth Female Slave of Noah & Eliz' Browns born Feb'-'' 14th 

1747-8. 

* Erased in original. — C. G. C. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 291 

James Son of Wm & Ann Baughs, Bom July the 3d, Bap^ Octo- 
ber 5th 1749. 

Elizabeth D of Theod* & Frances Bland born 4th Jan'' 1739. 

Mary D of Ditto born 22d of August 1745. 

Ann Dof Ditto born 5th Septem' i747- 

Jane D of Ditto born 30th Septem' 1749- 

Drury Son of John and Frances Birchet born 2d July bap' No- 
vem' 2d 1749. 

Lucy Female Slave belonging to Edward Birchet Sen' born Ap' 
13th 1749. 

Anthony Male Slave belonging to Ditto bom 27th Septem' 1749. 

John Son of Rob' & Jane Birchetts Born 17th October 1749. 

Robert Son of Alexander & Susannah Boilings born March 

bapf* 28th Ap' 1 75 1. 

David Son of Edward Birchett Jun' & Sarah his wife born April 
15th 1749. 

Peter Son of Ditto born May the 6th 1750. 

John Son of James & Mary Boisseau born Feb'' 12th 1747-8. 

Dinah Female Slave belonging to ditto born June ist 1746. 

Tom Male Slave of ditto born i8th August J 747. 

Millee Female Slave of Ditto born October 24th 1749. 

Kate Female Slave of ditto born August 6th 1751. 

Clitty Female Slave of Ditto born February 14th 1752. 

Theoderick Son of Theod'' & Frances Blands bom 21st March 
1741-2. 

Rebeckah Daughter of Noah & Elizabeth Brown born 19th 
Novem' 1738. 

Betty Daughter of Ditto born 27th Septem' 1740. 

William Son of Ditto born i6th October 1742. 

Noah Son of ditto born 26th January 1744. 

Jesse Son of Ditto born 6th May 1747. 

Burwell Son of Ditto born nth Septem' 1749. 

Boswell Son of Ditto born ist May 1752. 

Amy a Negro belonging to Ditto bom 7th October 1738. 

Roger male Slave belonging to D° born 29 March 1741. 

Nanny Female Slave to ditto born i8th April 1743. 

Titus Male do to d* born 5th Novem' 1745. 

Ruth Female do to d* born 14th Febru'' 1747. 

Bobb Male d** to d* born 27th Septem' 1750. 



292 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Martha D of Rob* and Jane Birchetts born October 14th 1752. 
1752 Jane Daughter of Benjamin Sc Blicks bom 

Bap* 12 Xber 1752. 
Benj' Son of James & Mary Boisseau born 28 February 1753. 
York Male Slave of Ditto nth July 1752. 
Joan Female Slave of d** 18 April 1753. 
Quako Male Slave of d' 2d October 1753. 
Frances Daughter of Theo** Bland born 24th Sep* 1752. 
James Son of Robert and Jane Burchetts born 6th August 1755. 
Molley holt Boisseau Daughter of James & Mary Boisseau Born 

Sep' 25 1756. 
Charles a Negro Slave belonging Ditto son of Patt Born March 

28 1755. 
Nancy Ditto Daughter of Bess Born June 12th 1755. 
Peter Ditto son of Chloe Born July 31 1756. 
Silva a Negro Slave belonging to James Boisseau Born feb*^ 12 

1757. 
Hannaball Ditto son of Bess Born Jan' 29 1758. 
Anthony Ditto son of Patt Born October 26 1758. 
William son of Drury and Eliz*** Birchett Born may the 12th 

1756. 
Eliz"* Daughter of Drury & Eliz"* Birchett Born January the 4th 

1760. 
Eliz*** Daughter of John and Sarah Butler was born Jan' 23 1753, 
Mary Daughter of John & Sarah Butler was Born Nov' 28 1755. 
William son of John and Sarah Butler was Bom Nov' 11 1758. 
John son of Sarah and John Butler was Bom July 6 1762. 
Daniel Son of James & Anner Boiseau was born march y* 4th 

1760. 
James son of James & Anner Boiseau was born Nov' y' 13 1761. 
A negro Girl slave belonging to Ditt*" Namd Hannah bom June 

28 1760. 
One Ditt* named Phillis belonging to Ditt' was born Jan' y* i 

1762. 
Agness Birchett Daughter of Edward & Sara Birchett was Bom 

April y*" 6 1753. 
d° Edward their son was Bom June y** 6 1755. 
d" Ephraim their son was born March the 5th 1758. 
d** Henry their son was Bom August the 5th 1761. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 293 

Drurey son of Drurey & Eliz^ Birchett was Born July 23 1762. 
William Son of William & Sarah Batte was Born November 19th 

1763 About one in the Morning Baptiz** Jan' 12th 1764. 
Daniel Birchett son of Edward & Sarah Birchett was Born 

may the 12th 1764. 

Ann daughter of Joseph & Fanny Butler born dc' 8 1766. 
Eliz*'' Brandon Daughter of Mary Brandon was born April: nth 

1758- 
John son of Mary Brandon was born Octob' the 4th 1760. 
Aaron son of Mary Brandon was Born august the ist 1762. 
Judith Daughter of Mary Brandon was born July the i6th 1764. 
Peter son of Mary Brandon was born Jan' y*" i6th 1766. 
Gabril son of Mary Brandon was born Octo' y* 2d 1767. 
Rob* Bird son of Martha Bird was born July the 24th 1756. 
Theoderick son of Edward & Sarah Birchet was bom Jan' 23d 

1769. 
Nancy Brice Daughter of Wm & Margarett Brice was born Dec. 

2d. 1766. 
Molley their other Daughter was born Dec. 22. 1768. 
Richard Bird Son of Elizabeth Bird was born July 7th 1767. 
Susanna Burchet Daughter of Drury Burchet Baptised July 7. 

1771. 
Charlotte, Dau of Letty, a Negro Woman belonging to Sarah 

Brown, born December 29th 1791, & baptized Feb' 27th 

1792. 
James, Son of John Baxter & Patsey his Wife, born Nov' 4th 

1 791, & baptized March nth 1792. 
William, Son of Jeany, a Slave belonging to David Buchanan, 

born in December 1791 & baptized March 25th 1792. 
John Bate, Son of John Baird & Polly his Wife, born February 

8th & baptized March 31st 1792. 
Mary D' of Richard Booker & Margaret his Wife, born March 

19th & baptized June 3d 1792. . 
Aggy, D' of Aggy, a Negro Slave, belonging to the same, born 

Sep' 1 2th 1790, & bap. June 3d 1792. 
Rebeccah D' of James Barnes & Elizabeth his Wife, born March 

£7th & bap: June 17th 1792. 
Silias Dunlop Buchanan, the Child of David Buchanan, died the 

15th & was buried the i6th of August 1792. 



294 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John. S. of William Bingham & Mary his Wife born March 

27th, and baptized Sept*^ igxh 1792. 
Mary Anne Jones, Dau' of Thomas Batte & Frances his Wife, 

born March loth, and baptized October 2nd 1792. Ches- 
terfield. 
Robert Birchett, of Prince George County, was buried October 

7th 1792. 
Thomas, S. of Suck, a Negro Slave belonging to the Estate of 

Robert Birchett was born July loth 1789. & baptized Octo- 
ber 7th 1792. 
Lid, Dau' of Sukey, belonging to the same, was born August 

31st 1789, & baptized as above. 
Milly, Dau' of Bet, belonging to the same, was born Nov' 20th 

1789, & bap: as above. 
Anna Buck. D*^ of John Bland & Mary his Wife, born March 

1 2th & bap: June 25th 1792. 
Robert Stith, Son of Robert Boiling was buried October i8th 

1792. 
Rebecah, Dau' of Tho' T. Boiling & Seigniora his Wife, was 

born March i8th & baptized October 20th 1792. 
Mary Chambless Dau"^ of Nathaniel Barker, & Sally his Wife, 

born January 9th & baptized Nov' 15th 1792. 
Patrick, S, of John Blick jun', & Sarah his Wife, born October 

loth, & baptized Nov' 25th 92. 
Sterling, S, of Sion Butler, & Dionicia his Wife, bom Sept' 

nth & baptized Dec' 23rd 1792. 
Rebecca, Dau' of Robert Boiling & Catharine, his Wife, was 

born February 23rd & baptized May 12th 1793. 
Anne, Dau' of John Black well & Martha his Wife, was born 

February 15th & baptized May 19th 1793. 
Mary-Anne, Dau' of Joseph Benwood and Amy his Wife, bom 

February 3rd & baptized June 9th 1793. 
Mary Brooks Dau' of Richard Booker of Chesterfield County 

died July 24th & was buried August 7th 1793. 
Richard Booker of Chesterfield County died August 27th & was 

buried Sept' 17th. 1793. 
Betsey, Dau' of Thomas Brock well & Jemimah his Wife, bom 

Sept' 10. 1793. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 295 

Mary Johnson, Dau' of Robert Baugh. & Martha his Wife, bom 

Sept' 30 & baptized Dec' 8th 1793. 
Lucy Ann dau' of Rob' Boiling & Catharine his wife born 3d 

May and baptized 12th June 1795. 
Broadie of the Town of Petersburg died Dec' 22d & D** 

23d 1794. 
Betsey Buder (of Petersburg) died Sept' i6th & buried i8th D* 

1794. 
John Bland (of P. George) died Dec' & buried nth D* 

1794- 
Mrs Bonar Spouse of Jesse Bonar died and buried May 

ist 1795. 
Robert Baugh was buried 26th April 1795. 
Yelverton de Mallet Boiling Son of Thomas Boiling Sc Seigniora 

his wife born loth Dec' 1795 & bapf* 29th Oct' 1796. 

C. 

Luis [ ] son of Barsheba Cristwell born 18th August 17 18 

bap' 26th feb: [ ]. 
Margaret dau of ditto born i6th Aug: 1720 bap* 26th Feb i[ ]. 
peter son of Wni & Faith Coleman born 25th June last bap: feb: 

9th i7[ ]., 
John son of Fran: & Mary Coleman born nth June last bap: 

May 14th i7[ ]. 
Rich: son of Rich: & Mary Carlileborn 2d May 17 19. 
Anne dau of Rob* & Mary Chappell born 8th feb' bap' may 2 1 th 

i72[ ]. 
peter-hannor son of Rich : & Eliz : Cook born feb' 28th last bap' 

July i6th i7[ ]. 
Nutty a negro girl belonging unto Jn* Cureton born 25th of Au- 
gust I7[ ]. 
Bartho: son of Barth*" & Eliz: Crowder born 3d June last bap' 

July 9th i7[ ]. 
Anne dau of Edw: & Tabitha Colvill born loth August last bap' 

17th sept' 1721. 
Geo: son of Cha: & Margery Cousens born 9th sept' last bap' 

nov 2d 1721. 
Nath: son of Rich Sl Mary Carlile born 2d Jan' Last bap' feb' ist 

1721-2. 



296 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Nutty a negro Girl belonging to Jn" Cureton departed this life 

March I72[ ]. 
Cooke A negro slave belonging to John & Eliz: Edwards bom 

Jan: 22th 1721-2. 
Eliz dau of Jn** & Mary Caudle born 17th Jan' last bap^ May 20th 

1722. 
John son of Cha: & Fran: Chapman born 26th Aug: last bap' 

June i6th 1722. 
Hannah Wife of Titus Crecher bap' 30 octob' last I72[ ]. 
Mourning dau of Titus & hannah Crecher bom 5th xb' 17 16 

bap' 30th octob' i7[ ]. 
Millesin dau: of ditto born 25th Jan' 17 19 bap' 30th octob' 

I72[ ]. 
Agnis dau: of ditto born 24 of Aug: last bap' 3th octob' i72[ ]. 
peter son of Wm & Faith Coleman bom & bap' in August 

i7[ ]• 
Kasiah dau of Rich & Mary Carlile born August 24th 17 15. 
Eliz dau of ditto born Sep' 4th 17 17. 
Amy dau of Tho : & Clay born 9th March last bap' May 

5th I72[ ]. 
Ruth dau of Rich: & Eliz: Cook born ist Aprill last bap' Aug: 

22th I7[ ]. 
Amy Dau of Fran : & Mary Coleman born 23d of May last bap' 

sep" 29th I7[ ]. 
Wm son of Barth & Eliz: Crowder born 23th Aug"' last bap' 

Nov 7th I72[ ]. 
Tho : son of John & Mary Caudle born 5th Jan' Inst bap' Jan' 

30th I72[ ]. 
Susanna d of Jn' & Fra: Cureton born 19th Jan. last bap' March 

7th i7[ ]. 
Moses s: of Rob' & Katharine Cannell born 8 feb' last bap' loth 

Aprill i7[ ]. 
Robin a negro belonging to John & Fran Cureton bom 19th 

July 1724. 
Rich son of Hen: & Mary Crowder born 26th March last bap' 

Aug 30th i72[ ]. 
Sarah d of Cha & Fran: Chapman born 18 feb last bap 6th Nov' 

I72[ ]. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 297 

Frances D of Abra: & Fran: Crowder born 14th xb' last bap' 

feb: 7th I72[ ]. 
Benj' s: of Dan: & Eliz: Coleman born 14th decern: last bap 

May loth I72[ ]. 
Nutty A negro beling to Jn° Cureton Died. 
Wm son of patrick & Jane Doram. 
Mary Dat' of Jn* & Mary Cawdle born [ ] 8th last bap' Jul 

22** I72[ ]. 
Sarah Dat of Rich** & Eliz' Cook born i8th Dec" I72[ ]. 
Jn° Son of Rob* and winiford Cook born 29th sep'' 1724. 
David Son of Samuel and hannah Crew born 28th Janr^ 1725. 
Betty Slave of John and frances Cureton bom march i6th 1725. 
Amy D of batholomiew and Eliz' Crowder born 20th Sep*' 1725. 
Jack m Slave of Jn' and Mary Coalman bom 6th febr 1726. 
Martha D of Daniel and Eliz' Coalman born 20th nov™ 1726. 
John Son of John and Elliner Curtis bom 22d feb' 1726. 
Febe D of Abraham and frances Crowder born 3d Jan' 1726. 
Lucretia D of John and Mary Cordle born 7 May 1727. 
Eliz' D of John and frances Curiton born 20th Jan' 1726. 
Jo male Slave of henry Cox born loth oc'" 1727. 
William Son of Comelias Cargell and Eliz' Daniell born 15th 

June 1727. 
Matthew Son of Th" and Eliz' Couch born 24th July 1725. 
Peter M. S of Walter Childs bom 14th January 1727. 
[ ] of Wm and Mary C [ ] on Bom 12 August 

1727. 
I" ] D of Wm and Sarah Coalman born iSth Au- 

gust Bap* Sep* 2oth i7[ ]8. 
[ ] D of Samuell and Ann Crews Born 19th Dec" 

1727 Bap* 2d June. 
[ ] female Slave of Henry Cox Born 2d sept" 1729. 

[Gejorge & Richard sons of Bath" and Eliz' Crowder Born 13th 

Oct' 1727. 
[Henjry son of Henry and amy Crowder Born 15th June Bap* 

24th Jan' 1729. 
[Ricjhard son of Jn* and Dinah Cook Born 27th July Bap* 24th 

Jan' 1729. 
[AJbraham son of Rob*, and Eliz' Chappell Born 6th May Bap* 

15 June 1729. 



298 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

George son of Daniel and sandilla Carnill Born 31th March Bap* 

27th June 1729. 
[J]one female slave of henry Cox Born 22d Nov" 1729. 
David son of Jn** and Mary Cawdle Born 27th feb' Bap* 19th 

March 1729. 
Alexander son of alexander and Mary Chisnall Born 25th Deem : 

1729. 
Jamme male slave of Jn^and francis Curiton Born i8th July 1730. 
agnis female slave of Ditto Born 17th July 1728. 
Thomas Son of John and Mary Crowder Bom 19th July 1730 

Bapt: 6th Sep*'. 
Abraham Son of abraham and frances Crowder Born 30th au- 
gust 1730. 
Abraham Son of abraham and Mary Cock Born 30th Sep' 1730 

Bap* 14th Dec'. 
Martha D of William and Sarah Coalman Born loth Sep' 1730 

Bap* 8th octb'. 
Maryligon Coalman of John and Mary Coalman Born i8th July 

1 73 1 Bap* august loth. 
anne D. of Charles & margry Cousins Born 8th Jan' 1730 Bap* 

ap' 19th 1 731. 
' Martha D of George & EHz' Crook Born 9th ap' 17 15. 
Mary D. of Ditto Born 28th March 17 17. 
Tabitha D. of Ditto Born 8th feb' 17 19. 
Joseph Son of Ditto Born 28th august 1722. 
l^ James Son of Ditto Born 27th Jan' 1725. 

Bap* nth Sep' 1731. 
Nickols Son of Rob* and Winnifred Cook Bom 28th July 1731 

Bap* 1 2th Sep', 
anne D. of Wm & Margaret Coalman Born nth ap' 1731 Bap* 

19th Sep'. 
Daniel Son of Daniel & Eliz' Coalman Born 24th May 1731 

Bap* 14th Sep'. 
John Son of John and francis Curiton Born 27th Sep' 1731 Bap* 

octb' 20th. 
Gather son of Rob' Cobb born Jan' ist 1731. 
Rob* son of Rob* & Eliz' Chaple born 2d April 1732 bap* May 

7th 1732. 
Drury Son of Edw** & Mary Burchett born Jan' ist 1731 bap* 

May 29. 1732. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 299 

Wm Son of Wm & Sarah Coleman born 23d June 1732 bap* 

Aug*' 13th 1732. 
Jn* Son of Tho' & Mary Cheaves born 3d Aug' 1732 Bap' 14th 

Sep^ 1732. 
John son of Jn" & Mary Crouder born nth Sep"^ 1731 Bap' May 

22d 1732. 
Frances d of Henry & Frances Chamlis born 7th Nov"^ 1732 Bap' 

29th dee'. 
Mary d of ditto, born 26th May 1729 Bap' Dec"^ 29th 1732. 
Isham son of John & Sarah Clayton Bom ith Nov' 1727 Bap' 

feb' 27th. 
Sarah D: of John & Mary Cordle Born 19th octob' 1732 Bap' 

Jan' 14th. 
Frances of Henry & amy Tucker Bom 25th ap' 1733 Bap' 3d 

June 1733. 
Isaac son of William & Eliz* Chandler Born 15th ap' 1732 Bap' 

7th ap' 1733. 
Susana D' of Robert &. agnis Childers Born 28th august 1732 

Bap' 7th ap' 1733. 
Fills female Slave of William Crawley Born 15th July 1731. 
Jenne female Slave of Ditto Born 29th March 1733. 
Warner son of william & Eliz: Coalman Born 20th March 1732 

Bap' 26th august 1733. 
Jenne female slave of Walter Childs Born Dec' 1732. 
Margery lucas D: of William & Margaret Coalman Born 24th 

Sep' 1733 Bap' 2 Ith octb'. 
Rebeckah D: of Thomas & Martha Clemmonds Born loth Nov' 

1733 Bap' 5th Dee'. 
John son of Charles 8i Mary Clay Born 2d Jan' 1733 Bap* feb' 

loth. 
Sare female Slave of John Curiton Born 27th March 1734. 
anne D: of Cornelias & Sarah Clensy Born loth feb' 1733 Bap' 

loth March. 
Sarah D: of William & Sarah Coalman Bom 20th March 1734 

Bap' 28th ap'. 
Robin male Slave of Ditto Born nth Dec' 1733. 
Catharine D: of Thomas & Mary Covington Born i6th feb' 1733 

Bap' 15th May 1734. 
Tom male Slave of Sam' Cobbs Born ith Sep' 1729. 



300 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Mol fe: slave of Ditto Born 7th Dee' 1732. 

William Son of Francis & Mary Coalman Born 2d May 1733 

Bap* July 2d. 
David Son of abr* & frances Crowder Born 26th may 1733 Bap' 

July 2d. 
Susanah daughter of Tho" & Mary Cheives Born Aug' ist 1734. 
William S of Joseph and Eliz Coleman Born 8th March 1734. 
John S. of Robert and Agnis Childres Bom 20 Ap' 1734 Bapt: 

Ap' 19th 1735. 
Ben male Slave belong* to the Colledge of Wm & Mary Born 

March 1734. 
Abraham Son of William & Elizabeth Chandler Bom 26th Feb'^ 

1734- 
Susanna Male Slave Belonging to Sam* Cobbs Born nth June 

1732 Bap* Octo' 6th 1734. 
Fredirick S. of Robert & Winifrid Cook Born 15th Xb' 1734. 
Dunnim S. of John and Elizabeth Coziear Born 28th July 1734 

Baptiz'd 1 8th Octo. 
William S of John and Mary Crowder Born y' ist Octob' 1734. 
Freeman S. of Thomas & Martha Clemmonds Born 26tb June 

1735. 
Ann Ford D. of Martha Holy Cross being lUigitimate Born 24th 

Sep* 1735. 
Sarah D of John and Lucretia Cox Born Nov' 2d 1735. 
Martha D of Evin & affa Colbreth Born Febuary y'' 8 1740. 
William S of William & Mary Cheves Born December y*" 22 

1740. 
Elisabeth D of John & Elisabeth Clark Born March y" 16 1740. 
Daniel S of John & Margret Clark Born March y* 17 1740. 
Joshua S of Henry & Francise Chambles Born May y'' 15 1741. 
Martha D of Solomon & Martha Crook B Feb'^ ist 1 740-1. 
George S. of George & Mary Cavanist B Jan'^ 30th 1740. 
Joseph S. of Abraham & Frances Crowder B Ap' 22d 1741. 
Mary D. of William & Judith Caries Born Dec' nth 1741 & 

Bap* Dec' 26 1741. 
George S of John & Lucretia Cox Born Jan'-^ 12th 1741 & Bap* 

March ist 1 741-2. 
Mary D. of James & Mary Christians Born May 31st 1741 & 

Bap* March 21st 1741-2. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 301 

William S. of Joseph & Elizabeth Clarkes Born Jan'^ 6th 174 1-2 

& Bap* March 21st 1 741-2. 
Mary D. of Benjamin & Francis Coxs Born Apr 28th 1742 & 

Bap' June 6th 1742. 
John S. of John & Anne Chevers Born Jan'' i8th 1741-2 & Bap* 

July 25th 1742. 
Thomas S. of Thomas & Martha Clemans bom Dec' 12th 1742 

& bapt* Feb. 6th 1742-3. 
Silvia D. of Henry & Francis Chalmers born Dec' 5th 1743 & 

bapt** Jan'' 22d 1743-4. 
Elizabeth D. of Richard & Elizabeth Carliles born Aug 22d & 

baptized Sept' 30th 1744. 
James S. of John & Elizabeth Chamles born Octob 6th & bap- 
tized Nov' nth 1744. 
Robert S of Thomas & Martha Clemmonds born Sept' 13th & 

bapt* Nov' nth 1744. 
Martha D. of Mr. Burnell & Hannah Claibomes born Feb 19th 

and bapt** March 20th 1744-5. 
Sarah D. of Thomas & Mary Cheeves born Jan'' 2d & bapi** 

March 24th 1724-5. 
Elizabeth D. of Benjamin & Frances Cooke was born March 

15th 1745-6. 
John Son of Richard & Elizabeth Carliles was bom March 9th 

1745-6 bapf* Ap. 27th 1746. 
William S. of Boiling & Phebe Clarke was bom Jan'' 26th 

1745-6. 
Lockie D. of Thomas & Martha Clemmonds was born Feb'' 

20th 1748. 
Frances D. of John & Sarah Chambles was born Jan'' 24th 

1748-9. 
Prissilla Daughter of John & Mary Clemonds born June 30th 

1750. 
Tabitha Daughter of Tho" & Mary Cheeves born Sept' 27th 

1750 bap' 3d March 1750-1. 
Thomas Son of Thomas & Mary Cheves born 13th November 

1738. 
Elizabeth Daughter of Thomas & Mary Cheves bom September 

15 th 1748. 
Jemina D. of ditto born April ist 1753. 



302 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Joshua Son of Tho" and Martha Clemonds born November 24th 

1752. 
Mary Daughter of John & Mary Clemonds born i6th May 1754. 
John Cureton son of John & Winneford Cureton was born Nov*^ 

13 1757. 
Margret Daughter of John and Mary demons was born Decem- 
ber th 3d 1757. 
Louisey Cureton Daughter of John & Winneford Cureton born 

Jan' 28 1760. 
EHzabeth Cox Daughter of Sam' & Ellinor Cox was born Augus' 

29th 1759 Baptiz* Octo' 21 1759. 
Eliz'"* Daughter of John & Mary demons was born Decem' 25 

1762. 
Fran' Cureton daughter of John Cureton & Winifred his wife 

was born decem' 13th day 1762. 
Charles Cureton Son of John & Winefred Cureton was born 

Sep' 20th 1765. 
Henry, Son of Richard Cook, & Jean his Wife, born August 

22d 1790, & baptized April 6th 1792. Sussex County. 
Lucy Grice, Dau' of Richard Christian, (of Sussex County) & 

Anne his Wife, born March loth 1791, & baptized April 6th 

1792. 
William son of William Cole & Anne his Wife, born Janu^ 22d, 

& bap. June 19th 1792. 
Jeany Dau' of Hannah a Negroe Slave belonging to William Call, 

born April 24th & baptized July 22nd 1792. 
Walker, S of George Cheatham & Nelly his Wife, born April 2nd 

and baptized October 2nd 1792. 
Maitland Mary Currie Maitland dau' of Mr. David Maitland of 

Blandford died 26th Jany and was buried 27th D** i795.[*] 
Elizabeth Corbin Daughter of William & Rosey Corbin was bom 

April the 20th 1760. 
William Son of John & Mary Clements was Born may the 28th 

1760. 
Rosey Daughter of William & Rosey Corbin was bom feb' y'' 27 

1764. 

* Erased in original.— C. O. C. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 803 

Joseph, S, of Ann Crews, was bom Sept' 27th 1792 & bap: Jan- 
uary 8th 1793. 

Augustus Caesar, S. of Susy a Negro Slave belonging to John 
Causy, was born November 25th 1792, & baptized March 
31st 1793. 

Thomas Son of the Rev** John Cameron and Anne Owen his 
Wife, was born Jan' i6th and baptized April ist 1793. 

Richard Keith, Son of William Call jun' & Hellen his Wife, was 
born Octr 24th 1792 & baptized June 2nd 1793. 

Clements, Son of James Clements, was buried loth May 1795. 

D. 

Mary Davis Daughter of William & Maxey Davis, Born April 

22d 1747. 
Thomas Jones, son of William & Maxey Davis, was Born the 

ist Nov' 1752. 
Samuel Davis the son of Ditto was born March y'' 23d 1757. 
Shepherd Davis their son was born June the 28 1759. 
Mary Magdalene a Negro Girl slave belonging to Stephen Dewey 

Bom March ist 1761. 
Maxey Daughter of Rob' & Sarah Smelt was born Decem' 30th 

1763. 
Eliz*" Davis Daughter of Wm & Maxey Davis was born March 

22 1744. 
Lewis Burwell, Son of Thomas Dun & Lucy his Wife, born Oct 

22d 1792, and baptized May 13th 1792. 
Mary, Dau' of William Dun (of Sussex) & Jean his Wife, born 

July 4th & bap: May 13th 1792. 
John Creagh, Son of John Denton & Margaret his Wife, born 

Dec' 1 2th 1789. 
Rebeccah Hathorn D' of the same, born Sep' 9th 1791, & bap: 

June 24th 1792. 
Polly Baugh Dau' of Shepherd Davis & Martha his Wife, born 

Dec' 17th 1792 and baptized July 7th 1792. 
Samuel, S. of Samuel Davis & Sarah his Wife, born January 

26th & bap: July 7th 1792. 
Aggy Franklin, Dau' of William Dodson, and Mary his Wife, 

was born Jan' nth and baptized March 21st 1793. 
Mary Durand, was born June ist 1776 & baptized July i 1793. 



304 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Lucy Ann Kimbow Dau'^of James Day & Levinahis Wife, born 
April 2oth & was baptized Oct' 13th 1793. 



Lucretia, D' of John Eppes & Susanna his Wife, was born Feb^ 

7th 1 79 1. & baptized March nth 1792. 
Richard Son of Buckner Ezell (of Sussex) & Elizabeth his Wife 

born Aug* 15th 1791. & bap. May 13th 1792. 
Elizabeth Hall D' of Tinah, a Negro Slave belonging to Frank 

Eppes, was born January 27th & baptized May 27th 1792. 
Richard Eppes (of City point) in Prince George County died 

the 8th and was buried the 23rd of July 1792. 
Mary Danforth Dau"^ of Lewis Edwards & Mary his Wife, was 

born Jan' 4th & baptized April ist 1793. 
Mary Edwards, wife of Lewis Edwards, died Oct' 30th & was 

buried Nov' ist 1792. 



Thorn' Francis, Son of Fran* & Sarah Finn was Born April 25 

1753- 
William Son of Ditto: was born January the 12th 1756. 
John Son of Ditt® was Born the i8th May 1761. 
Sarah Femendo third Daughter of Benj' & Mary Feranondo 

was Born may the i6th 1764 about 4 oClock in the morning 

on a Wednsday. 
Joel Son of Fra" & Sarah Fin was Born aug" 8th 1758. 
Rosey Daughter of Ditt° was Born Octo' 13 1763. 
David son of Fra' Lisenburg Finn and Sarah his wife was Born 

augs* 7th 1765. 
Ann Fernando, y** 4th daughter of Benj' & Mary Fernando was 

born the 21st Day of September 1766. On a Sunday about 

5 OClock in the Evening. 
Ann Laughton, Dau' of Simon Eraser & Elizabeth his Wife, 

born January i8th, & baptizd April 7th 1792. 
Arthur Son of Liza, a Negro Slave belonging to Simon Eraser, 

born March 8th, & baptized May 27th 1792. 
Daniel, Son of John K. Fisher & Elizabeth his Wife, bom the 

2d & baptized the 7th June 1792. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 305 

Daniel Baugh, Son of Joel Fenn & Mary his Wife, born April 

I2th 1791, & baptized June loth 1792. 
Richard, S, of D** & D"" born June 28th 1789. 
Simon Fraser, of the Town of Petersburg, died October 28th, & 

was buried Nov' 2nd 1792. 
Clarissa Birchett, Dau' of Betsey, a Mulatto Slave, belonging to 

the Estate of James Feild, born February 25th, & baptized 

Dec' 9th 1792. 
Lucy Dau' of Edward Featherstone, & Sarah his Wife, bom 

June 20th 1 79 1 & baptized December 28th 1792. 
Martha Edwards, Dau' of D", born Sept' 3rd & baptized as 

above. 
Maria Deas, Dau' of Thomas Fraser & Ann Loughton his Wife, 

was born July 3rd 92 & baptized January i6th 1793. 



Peterson of Luis & Fran: Green bom i6th Innstan. bap* 20th 

octob' 1720. 
Nance son of Tho: & Eliz: Grigory born loth Nov: last bap' Jan 

22th 1720-1. 
Mary dau: of Hugh & Jane Golightly born 24th July last bap' 

7**' 1 8th 1720. 
Margaret A Molktto belonging unto Godfry & Eliz: Radgsdale 

born 7th Nov: last baptiz: May 28th 1721. 
Tabitha dau of Tho: & Martha Goodwin born 25th Jan' last bap' 

July i8th 1721. 
Nash son of Rob' & Eliz Glidwell born 19th June last bap* July 

2ist 1721. 
Rebecca dau: of Harris & Frances Gillam born i8th July last 

bap' Sep' 30th 1 72 1. 
Anne dau : of John & Susanna Garret born 22th Sep" last bap' 

Octob' 2d 1721. 
Anne dau of Wm & Mary Gent born 4th Aprill last bap' 9th 

octob' 1721. 
Mary dau: of John & Mary Gibbs born i8th Sep" 17 16. 
Eliz dau: of ditto born 6th octob' 17 18. 
John son of ditto born 30th Aprill 17 19. 
Wm son of Stephen & Martha Gill born 6th Inst bap' Jan' 20th 

1721-2. 

ao 



306 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John son af Rob* & Rachel Glascock bom 3d feb last bap 21th 

Aprill 1722. 
Ann dau of John & Mary Gibbs born 23th decern last bap' 15th 

Aprill 1723. 
Susan dau of Wm & Eliz: Grigg born nth June 1720 bap' Aug 

25th 1722. 
Mary dau of John & Abigaell Green born 9th Aug: last bap' 4th 

Sep' 1722. 
Abra son of Tho: & Mary Gent born 7th July last bap' 13th 

August 1722. 
John son of Tho & Eliz: Grigory born ist instant bap' Jan 30th 

1722. 
David son of Tho & Martha Goodwin born 27th Aug last bap 

Jan"^ 30th 1722. 
John son of Tho: & Eliz Grigory born ist Jan^ bap' 31th instant 

1723. 
Ann dau of Joss: & Eliz: Gill born 30th May last bap' June 15th 

1723- 
Jn' son of Jn"* & Ann Gillam born 2d May 17 13. 
Eliz: dau of Ditto born i6th Jan' 17 16. 
John son of Tho: & Martha Gunter born 19th octob' last bap' 

August 2ith 1723. 
Moses son of Wm & Mary Gent born 15th May last bap' Au- 
gust 22th 1723. 
Susanna D: of John & Susanna Garret born ist Sep" & bap' 

25th instant Sep' 1723. 
Susanna D: of Luis & Susanna Green born 14th July last bap' 

octob' 2ith 1723. 
John S: of Hen: & Eliz: Green born loth Jan' last bap' Sept' 

22th 1724. 
Mary D of Tho Gregory born 9th Sep' last bap' ist Nov 1724. 
Ralph S of Rich: & Mary Griffon born i6th feb' last bap' May 

i6th 1725. 
Wm S of Harris & Fran: Gillom born 29th Jan' 1723 bap' 12th 

Aprill 1724. 
Tho S of Hugh & Jane Golightly born 27th May lest bap' 3d 

June 1725. 
Betty A Negro Girl belonging to ditto born 7th May 1725. 
hugh lee golikely son of Jn* Golikely born 27th sep" 1725. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 807 

Mary Dat of Thomas and Martha Gunter born 47th Dec" 1724. 
Wm Son of Wm and Ann Gower born 30th Aprill 1725. 
Agnis D of Jn* & Mary Gibs born Oct" 6th i72[ ]. 
Jn* son of Jn" and Susannah Garrot born loth July last 1726. 
John Son of harris and francis Gilliam born i8th Ap' 1726. 
John Son of benj' and Anne Grainger born 24th Dec" 1726. 
John Son of Joshua and Sarah Glass born loth oct" 1726. 
Ann D of John and Abigail Green born 12th January 1725. 
Dorcus D of henry and Eliz* green born 27 th Sep' 1726. 
Wm Son of Wm and Mary Gamliin bom 24th July 1727. 
Mary D: of George and Rosamond Green born 24th ffeb' 1721. 
EHz* D of Wm and Ann Gower bom i8th March 1726. 
Eliz' D of James and frances Grigg born 24th aprill 1726. 
Phebe female Slave of John and ann gilliam born 29th June 1727. 
Joseph Son of benj' and Ann Grainger born loth feb' 1727. 
Eliz' Dater of Joshua and Sarah Glass born 15th aprill 1728. 
John son of John and Ann Gilliam born 2d May 17 12. 
Eliz' Dater of Ditt** bom i6th Jan' 17 14. 

Edward Son ol Wm and Susannah Gates Born 6th Novm' 1727. 
John Son of Richard and Mary Griffin Bom 22d June 1727 Bap' 

oct" I. 
John Son of John and Eliz' Gilliam Bom 13th Dee" 1725. 
Lucy D of Ditto Bom 17th Dee" 1727. 
Amie D of harris and frances Gilliam Born aprill 1728 

Bapt 28th Sep*. 
Susan D of Rob' & Eliz' Glidewell Bom 13th Novm' i72[ ]. 
Margret D of John and Abigal Green Bom 15th feb" 1727 Bap' 

2d June. 
Martha D of peter and Mary Green Born 27th May 1728 Bapt 

2d June. 
Susannah D of John and Mary Gibs Bom ith Dee' 1728 Bap' 

20th aprill 1729. 
Isack Son of John and Susan Garrot Born 9th Dee' 1729. 
James son of James and francis grigg Born 7th Jan' Bap' 24th 

1729. 
amy of Stephen and Martha Gill Bom 25th May Bap' 30th au- 
gust 1729. 
Rob' Son of Rob' and Eliz' Glidewell Born oct' 23d 1722 Bap' 

March 19th 1729. 



308 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER.. 

Josiah son of Charles and Frances Gilliam Born 30th March Bap* 

30th 1730. 
Sarah D of Joshua and Sarah Glas Born 24 Jan' Bap* 22d feb' 

1729. 
ann D of George & Rosomond Green Bom ith feb' 1729. 
Harris Son of Harris and frances Gilliam Born 8th Sep' 1730. 
Phebe D: of John and Mary Gibbs Born ith Sep' 1730 Bap' 4th 

octb'. 
Thomas son of John & Susannah Garrat Bom 6th Dee' Bap* 4th 

Jan'. 
Benjamine son of Benjamine & ann Grainger Bom 21th feb' 1730. 
William Son of William & amy Hill Born 14th feb' 1731 Bap* 

ap' 23d 1732. 
Winnifrid D of Henry & Eliz' Green Born 17th March 1731 

Bap' 23 ap' 1732. 
Abraham Son of John & Susan Garratt Born 3d July 1729. 
Thomas son of Ditto Bom 6th Dee' 1730. 
Fanny female slave of Wm Green Born 4th Jan' 1731. 
Tom a Male Slave of Jn" & Mary Gibbs Bom loth Feb^ 1731. 
Rich* Son of Corn' & Susanna Gibbs 22d June 1724 bapt May 

29th 1732. 
Susanna dat' of Ditto bom 31 Jan' 1726 bap* Ditto. 
Lucie dat' D* 15 Ap' 1728 Ditto. 
Tho' Son D* 14 March 1730 Ditto. 

Joshua Son of Joshua & Sarah Glass bom 26th Ap' 1731. 
Eliz' dat' of Charles and Francis Gilliam May 7th 1732. 
Frances dat' of Benj' & Ann Granger born 2d Sep' 1731 bap* 

May 22d 1732. 
Peter Son of James & Fra' Grigg bom 6 March 1731 bap* Nov 

5th 1732. 
Mathew Son of Jn* & Mary Gibbs born 25th Sep' 1732 bap* 

Nov' 19th 1732. 
Patty female slave of abraham Green Born i8th Dee' 1731. 
Jemima d of John & abigal Green born 28th July 1731 Bap* 2d 

Jan'. 

Dmry son of Thomas & Jane 

Mary D' of Joshua & Sarah Glass Born 17th feb' 1732 Bp* 8th 

ap' 1733. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 309 

James son of Harris & Frances Gilliam Born 13th May 1733 

Bap* 24th June. 
Johannah female Slave of abraham Green Born 25th May 1731. 
Jonathan Son of John & Esther Green Born 29th Dee' 1732 

Bap* 25th august 1733. 
Mary D: of William & Susanna Gates Born 26th feb' 1732 Bap* 

6th Sep' 1733. 
Stephen Son of John & Susan Garret Born 9th ap' 1733 Bap* 

octb' 20th. 
Mol fe slave of Wm Green Born i8th March 1733. 
Tarance lamb son of Eliz' Glidewell Born 14th Jan' 1733 Bap* 

24th March 1734. 
ann son of Richard & Eliz' Green Bom 25th feb' 1733 Bap* 26th 

May 1734. 
Dol fe slave of Stephen Gill Born 5th feb' 1728. ^ 

Peg of Ditto Born loth ap' 1733. 
Joshua son of Charles & francis Gilliam Born 20th March 1733 

Bap* 2d June. 
Nan Slave of John & ann Gilliam Born 20th May 1734. 
Martha D: of William & Amey Green Born 8th May 1734 Bap* 

4th July. 
Lucey daug' of Tho" and Jane Gregory Bom 9 July 1734. 
Lucey daughter of John & Mary Gibbs bom 14 Novem' 1734 

Bap* 9 Feb" 1734-5- 
Dick Male Slave belong* to Abraham Green Bom February. 26. 

1734. 
Inde female Slave belong* to Ditto Born March y*' 6th 1734. 
Ann D. of Alex' and Mary Gray Born 20th May 1734 Baptized 

Sep* 22d. 
Edith D. of Benjamin & Ann Granger Born the 15th June 1734. 
John S of John & Anne Fitz-Gareld Born July y" 25 1741. 
John of Matthew and Ann Goodwyn B Ap' 20th 1740. 
Susannah D. of Ditto B. December 17th 1736. 
Toney Negro of The Same B: August 2d 1737. 
Jimmey Slave of the Same B March 20th 1740-1. 
Patty Slave of the Same B November 23d 1740. 
Wm S of Richard & Mary Griffin B Nov' 21st 1740. 
Burrell S. of Jessey & Amey Grigg B Aprill 28th 1741. 
Wm of Abner And Mary Grig B March 6th 1740. 



310 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Lewis Burwell S of Burwell & Mary Greens Born Aug. 25th 

1741 & Bap' Nov' 9th 1 74 1. 

Thomas S. of Thomas & Mary Ghents Bom Dee' 8th 1741 & 

Bap* March 22d 1 741-2. 
EHzabeth D. of Richard & Hannah Garys Born Dee' 2d 1741 

& Bap* Apr 4th 1742, 
Peter S. of Nash & Martha Gloydwells Born Octob' 9th 1741 & 

Bap' June 13th 1742. 
Katharine D. of Angus & Isabel Galbreaths born Octob 23d 

1742 & bapt* Jan'' 15th 1742-3. 

William Randolph S. of Burwell & Mary Greens born March 

26th 1743 & bapt"* May 24th 1743. 
Daniel S. of Duncan & Barbara Galbreaths bom May 31st 1743 

& bapt* June 5th 1743. 
Mary D. of William & Margret Galbreaths born Aug. 15th 1743 

& bapt* Sept' nth 1743. 
John S of Richard & Hannah Gary born Dec' 4th 1743 & bapt** 

Janry 22d 1743-4. 
Sarah D. of Charles & Mary Gees born Aug 22d 1743. 
Peter S of Joseph & Elizabeth Grammers bom Octob nth & 

bapf* Nov' nth 1744. 
William S. of John & Elizabeth Gilliams born Nov' 29th 1744 

& bapf* Jan'^ 27th 1744-5. 
John S of William & Martha Gibbs born Dec' 17th 1744. 
John S of Charles & Mary Gees born Jan'' i8th & bapf* March 

3d 1744-5- 
Anne D. of Mr. John & Anne Geralds born June 17th & bapt** 

July 9th 1745. 
James Williams son of Jane Gent born Aug. 21st 1745. 
Richard S. of Richard & Hannah Gary was born Sep" 9th 1745. 
Joseph S. of Joseph & Elizabeth Grammars was born March 14th 

1745-6. 
Pattie Daughter of Wm & Martha Gibbs born Nov' 12th 1750. 
Sarah Rogers, Daughter of Archibald & Hester Gracie, was 

born December i'4th 1791. & baptized Febmary 12th 1792. 
Mary Wright, Daughter of John & Priscilla Grammer, was bom 

January 30th, & baptized February 26th 1792. 
Wilson, Son of Richard Grigory & Elizabeth his Wife, bom 

Sept' 28th 1 79 1. & baptized March i8th 1792. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 311 

John, Son of John Gibbs & Martha his Wife, (of Chesterfield) 

born March 7th & baptized May 12th 1792. 
Martha, Dau' of the same D** D". 
Bristol, Son of Betty a Negro Slave belonging to John Gilliam, 

was born March 14th & baptized May 20th 1792. 
Elizabeth Cain, D' of John Goodcy & Susannah his Wife, born 

Oct' 15th 1791, & baptized May 28th 1792. 
Sarah D' of the same, was bom July i8th 1790. 
Betsy Philipps, Dau' of Peninah, a Negroe Slave belonging to 

William Gilliam, was bom March 4th and baptized Septem- 
ber 9th 1792. 
Lucy Jones, Dau' of Erasmus Gill & Sarah his Wife, was born 

September 7th and bap: the 23rd 1792. 
Lucy Jones, Dau' of D** buried September 23rd 1792. 
Fanny, Dau' of little Aggy, belonging to Erasmus Gill, born the 

2nd and baptized the 23rd of September 1792. 
Erasmus, S. of Elsey, belonging to Erasmus Gill, born April 

22nd & baptized Sept' 23rd 1792. 
Hannah Scot, Dau' of Amy, a Negro Slave, belonging to John 

Grammar, born Sep* 27, & baptized Nov 4th 1792. 
Elizabeth, Dau', of Josiah Gary & Sarah his Wife, was born 

Dec' 1 6th 1 79 1 and baptized January nth 1793. 
Nancy Harrison Dau' of Richard Gary & Mary his Wife, was 

born May loth 1792 & baptized January nth 1793. 
Delilah Peterson, Dau' of James Grantham, & Jean his Wife, 

bom Dec' 17th 1792 & baptized January 27th 1793. 
Harriott Dau' of Richard Gregory and Elizabeth his Wife, was 

born October 27th 1792 and baptized April 4th 1793. 
Elizabeth, Daughter of William Gilliam & Christian his Wife 

was born Oct' 26th 1792, & baptized May i6th 1793. 
Charles, Son, of Charles Gee & Susannah his Wife, was born 

April 9th 1792 & baptized June 2nd 1793. 
Elizabeth Kid Dau' of James Geddy jun' & Euphan his Wife 

was born Feb' 14 & baptized July 7th 1793. 
Thomas, Son of Charles Gee and Susanna" his Wife, born 21st 

Nov' 1793 and baptized 20th Dec' 1794. 
John Gilliam, Son of William Gilliam & Christian his wife born 

15th April 1795 & bapf* 5th Feb-^ 1796. 
William, Son of D° born & bapf* 9th March 1798. 



312 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

H 

James son of Instant & Mary Hall born Jan' 3d 1701-2. 

Judith daughter of ditto born 17th June 1705. 

Instant son of ditto born 28th October 1707. 

John son of ditto born i8th Jan' 1709-10. 

Frances dau: of ditto born 20th July 17 16. 

George son of ditto born 20th Jan' 17 18-9. 

James son of Tho: & Jane Hardaway born loth July 17 19. 

Betty a negro girl belonging unto Allin Howard born 19th sep* 

1720. 
Arthur son of Gab: & Grace Harrison born 15th Jan: bap* 30th 

Jan 1 720-1. 
Mary dau: of Tho: & Mary Hobby born 29th Jan: last bap* feb: 

9th 1720-1. 
Tim: son of Tim: & Anne Harris born ist Aug: last bap* 24th 

octob' 1720. 
Joseph son of John & Mary Hye bom 28th March last bap* July 

i8th 1721. 
John & Rich: two sons born at one birth of Edw & Eliz Hall ist 

of Octob' last bap* i8th July 1721. 
Obedience dau of Rich: & Martha Hudson born 7th July 1720 

bap* 30th July 1 72 1. 
Anne dau: of Tho: & Jane Hood born July 26th last bap* 19th 

August 1 72 1. 
Wm son of Inst: & Mary Hall born 22th Aprill 1721. 
Robin a negro boy belongin unto ditto born i6th Aprill 17 14. 
Jeney a negro girl belonging to ditto born i8th Aprill 17 17. 
Micaell son of Micall & Eliz: Hill born 20th feb' last bap* Nov 

2d 1721. 
Jane Dau: of tho: & Jane Hardaway born 26th March last bap* 

June 1st 1721. 
A negro Man belonging to Bullard & Mary Herbert died April 

7th 1722. 
Wm son of James & phebe Hudson born nth Jan: last bap* 

June 17th 1722. 
John son of Jeffry & Sarah Hauks born loth feb: 1721 bap* 

March 27th 1722. 
John son of Christ & Marg* Hinton born 29th July last bap* 30th 

Aug: 1722. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 313 

Isaac son of Hall & Eliz; Hudson bom 7th July last bap' May 

5th 1723. 
Wm son of James & House born 25th decern last bap^ 

June i6th 1723. 
Grace dau of Wm & Joan Johnson bom 31th octob' 1721 bap 

August 2ith I723.[*] 
Wm son of Tho: & Jane Hardaway born 12th June last bap' 13th 

Octob' 1723. 
Geo: son of Timoth & Anne Harris born 27th feb^ last bap' July 

loth 1723. 
Johanna D of Tho: & Jane Hood bom 7th nov: last bap' 30th 

Jan 1723-4. 
Eliz: D: of Tho: & Johanna Hobby born 26th decern last bap' 

30th Jan' 1723-4. 
Tho: son of Chris: & Marg* Hinton born 31th Jan' last bap' feb 

6th 1723-4. 
Wm s: of Tho: and Jane Hood born 14th of May 171 1. 
Sam son of James & Mary Huccaby bom 19th May 1721. 
Ann d of ditto bom 9th of octob' 1723. 
John son of Bullard & Mary Herbert born 4th Aprill last bap' 

24th ditto 1724. 

Eliz: d of John & Eliz: Hemans Bom 

Mary D: of ditto born ist feb' last bap' Aprill 8th 1724. 

Mary D: of Hall & Eliz: Hudson born 27th xb' last bap' sep" 

1 2th 1724. 
Heuen son of Tho & Eliz: Hudson born 4th Augs' last bap' 4th 

Nov' 1724. 
Mary d of Rich & Martha Hudson bom Octob' 9th bap' 4th 

Nov 1724. 
James son of James & Mary Hudson born i[ ]th Augs' last bap' 

6th Nov' 1724. 
John son of Christopher Hinton died Ult. October 1724. 
Wm s: of Tho & Sarah Hackney born 28th Sep' last bap' i8th 

Aprill 1725. 
Frances D: of Tho: & Jane Hardaway born 4th Aprill last bap' 

1725. 
James S. of James & phebe Hudson born loth July last bap' June 
13th 1725. ^ 

* Erased in original.— C. G. C. 



314 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Fran: D. of James & Ruth Hall, born 8th feb: last bap* March 

loth 1725. 
Johannah D of thorn and Johannah hobby born 14th march 1725. 
Mary D of Samuel and Anne homes born 29th november bap* 

6th March 1725. 
Lucainna Dat of Jn° and Susan harwell bom i8th oct" 1725. 
David son of Jn" and mary high born 2d march 1725. 
Patrick son of Edwd and Eliz' hall, born 4th may 1724. 
James son of John and Eliz' hill born 17 July 1726. 
Edward Son of timothy and Ann harris born 27th March 1726. 

son of James and Ruth hall born 27th nov' 1726. 

John Son of Mical and Agnis hankings born 7th Jan' 1721. 

Jane Daughter of Ditto born 7th August 1723. 

Joshua Son of Hall and Eliz' Hudson born 9th June 1727. 

John Son of Christopher ann Rowland born 20th May 1727. 

Ann D: of buller and Mary herbert born 21th March 1726-7. 

Blennum male slave of Ditto born i6th June 1727. 

Moll female slave of Ditto born loth Dee" 1727. 

David Son of Michael and agness hawkins born 3d June 1727. 

James Son of Jo° and Rebeckah Harwell born 9th June 1727. 

Th" Son of Th** and Eliz' hudson born ith ffeb' 1724. 

Joshua Son of Micael and agnis haukins born 25th July 1725. 

Susanah D of John and Mary high born 12th aprill 1727. 

Sarah D of John and Eliz' harwell born 22d aprill 1725. 

Th** Son of Ditto born 29th March 1727. 

Theodrick Son of James and Ruth hall born 27th Nov" 1726. 

Tabitha D of Th" and Eliz Hudson Born 29th march 1728 Bap* 

July 28th. 
John Son of Th* and Jane Hood Born ith octob' 1728. 
Mary D of Edward and frances Hill Born 15th Sep' 1728 Bap* 

No' 1 2th. 
Benj' Son of Hall and Eliz* Hudson Born 15th Jan' Bap' 3d 

March 1728. 
Charles Son of Richard and Martha Hudson Born aprill 14th 

1729. 
Joseph Son of Th* and Jane Hardiway Born 9th March 1728 

Bap' 7th aprill 1729. 
frances D of Wm and amy Hill Born 2d Jan' Bap' 2d feb' 1728. 
Isack Son of sam' and ann homes Born i6th Novm' 1727. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 815 

Betty female slave of Mary Herbert Born 12th oct" 1729. 
Liewes son of Jn** and frances Hill Born 12 July Bap' 12th au- 
gust 1729. 
Richard son of James and Phebe Hudson Born i8th July Bap* 

loth august 1729. 
John son of James and Ruth Hall Born 2d march Bap' 1728. 
Wm Son of Jn* & Rebeckah Harwell Born 20th august Bap' 

Sep' 6th 1729. 
Eliz' D of Jn** and Mary High Born 17th June Bap' 23d august 

1,729. 
James Son of Christophar and Margret Hinton Born 25th Jan' 

Bap' 1729. 
Frances D of Th° and Sarah Hackney Born 20th Jan'^ 1729 Bap' 

30th May 1730. 
William Son of William and Judith Jones Born 8th aprill 1730 

Bap' loth may 1730. 
Ann Dof Wm Harris Born 7th March 1729 Bap' 8th aprill 1730. 
James markam son of Jn* Frances Hardiway Born 21th Jan' 1729 

Bap' 8th aprill 1730. 
Frances D of Richard and Phebe Herbert Born 6th octb' 1729 

Bap' 8th aprill 1730. 
Catherine D of Robert and Jane Humphris was Born 20th July 

1730. 
Betty Slave of Sam' Harwell Born ith octb' 17 19. 
John male Slave of Ditto Born 25th Novm' 1724. 
John Son of David and Eliz* Hamleton Born 22d August 1728 

Bap' 13th Dec'. 
Ann D: of Ditto Born 5th may 1730. 
Ruth D: of John & Eliz' Hammond Born 8th feb: 1730 Bap' 22d 

ap' 1731. 
Eliz' D of Mical & agnis Hawkins Born 7th June 1731 Bap' 12th 

august. 
Samuel Son of Samuel & ann Homes Born 27th May 1731 Bap' 

7th Octb'. 
Thomas Son of John 8c mary High Born 2 2d Sep' Bap' Novmb' 

7th 1731. 
Jeane D: of John & Francis Hardiway Born 21th March Bap' 

14th November 1731. 



316 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

William Son of william & amy Hill Born 14th feb' 1731 Bap* 

23d ap' 1732. 
Ludwell Son of Wm & Mary Jones Born 6th march 1731 Bap' 

24th ap' 1732. 
Frances D: of James & phebe Hudson Born 28th Jan' 1732 Bap' 

24th ap' 1732. 
Hanah Slave of Buller & Mary Herbert Born Novemb' 2d 1730. 

Robert Slave of D* was Born Decem' 26th 1730 Baptized . 

Martha dat' of Wm & Margery Hood born 8th May 1732 bap* 

June 1st 1732. 
Tho' Boon Son of Edward & Eleanor Hawkins born May 3d 

1720 bap* July 1 6th 1732. 
Eliz' dat'of Tho' & Eliz' Hudson born March 9th 1731 bap* July 

i6th 1732. 
Mary dat' of Wm & Era* Harris born nth July 1732 bap* 27th 

Aug* 1732. 
Peter of Tho" & Pheboe Hamlin born 6th Aug* 1732 bap* Sep*^ 

23d 1732. 
John son of Jn* & Era* Hardaway born 14th Sep' 1732 bap* Nov' 

5th 1732. 
Christopher Son of Christopher & Margrit Hinton Born 2d Dec' 

1 73 1 Bap* feb' 23d. 

son of Wm & mary Hulem Born 29th Jan' 1732 Bap* 

March loth. 
Eliz' D: of william hudson and Charity smith is Born i8th octob"^ 

1732 Bap* 14th Jan'. 

Drury Son of Thomas & Jane Hardiway Born 2d ap' 1733 Bap* 

ap' 7th 1733. 
Mary D' of Isaac & anne Hudson Bom 2d feb' 1732 Bap* 7th 

June 1733. 
anne D' of John & Rebeckah Harwell Born i8th march 1732 

Bap* 2oth may 1733. 
George Son of Joseph & Susanah Harper Born 24th Dee' 1732 

Bap* 17th June 1733. 
ann d: of John & ann Hill Born 19th Sep' 1732 Bap* 22d ap' 

1733. 
Drury Son of William & Martha Hawkins Born 25th may 1733. 
Bap* 29th July 1733. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 317 

John Son of William & margret Hatcher Born 13th July 1733 

Bap* 25 august. 
Anne D: of Thomas & Phebe Hamlin born 21th august 1733 

Bap* 20th octb'. 
Sarah D: of Thomas & Jane Hood Born 21th feb' 1733 Bap* 

March 22th. 
Joakim Son of Hall & Elisabeth Hudson Born iithfeb' 1733 

Bap' loth March. 
William Son of William & Mary Hulone Bom 13th ap' 1734 

Bap* 5th May. 
Hannah D: of Solomon & lucy Hawkins Born 15th Dce^ 1733 

Bap* 27th June 1734. 
Robert Son of Christopher & Margrit Hinton Born 14th ap^ 

1734 Bap* 4th July, 
anne D: of Thomas & Eliz' Hodges Bom 19th June 1734 Bap* 

28th July. 
John Son of John & Eliz' Hammons Born 17th may 1733 Bap* 

July 15th. 

Negro's belonging to Wm Hockins. 
Amey female 12. August 1727. 
Lewis male i May 17 19. 
Willo d*^ 26 Sep* 1 7 19. 
Scipio d" 4 March 173 1. 

Wm son of Will" & Martha Hawkins, Bom 9 March 1734 Bap- 

tiz'd 4 May 1735. 
Edward S: of Edward and Franis Hill Born 22d January 1734. 
Thomas S: of John and Franis Hardaway Born the 20th Sep* 

1734. 
John S. of Thomas and Sarah Hackney Bom March 9th 1734. 
Phillis female Slave belong* to Thomas Hickman Born 4th day 

of June 1735. 
Sawney Male Slave Belong* to Ditto. Bom 22d day of June 1735. 
Edmund S, of David and Mary Hattaway Born 31st January 

1734- 
Abraham S. of William and Magery Hood Born nth December 

1734- 
Isham S of Edward & Jane Hawkins Born January y" 15 1740. 
Harbud S of John & Ruth Hawkins Born December y* 22 1740. 



318 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Sibbinor female Slave belonging to Instance Hall Born may y*" 

15 1741. 
Susannah D of Thomas & Agnis Hardiway B Sep' 27th 1740. 
Richard S of John & Rachell Hardey B. Aug' 20th 1741. 
James S of John & Katharine Hansell B Feb'^ 29th 1 740-1. 
Richard S of Richard & Elizabeth Harris B Feb"^^ i8th 1 740-1. 
Hannah D. of Richard & Winnifred Heylins Born Ap' 17th 1741 

& Bap* Nov' 15th 1 74 1. 
John S. of Ussery & Mary Hitchcocks Born Dec' 9th 1741 & Bap' 

March 21st 1 741-2. 
Thomas S. of William & Elizabeth Harwells Born March 27th 

1742 & Bap* June 6th 1742. 
Obedience D. of Robert & Sina Hudsons Born June 9th 1742 & 

Bap* July 24th 1742. 
Keren-happuch D. of John & Francis Hardaways Born Jan'^ 27th 

1 741 & Bap* May 30th 1741. 
Ainsworth S. of John & Francis Hardaways Born June 30th 1742 

& Bap* July 3d 1742. 
William a Slave of William Hudson Born Sep** nth 1741 & 

Bap* July 25th 1742. 
Winnifred a fem. Slave of William Hudson born Nov' 25th 1739 

& Bap* July 25th 1742. 
Lucy D. of Richard & Mary Hawkins Born May 14th 1742 & 

Bap* Sep*' 13th 1742. 
John S. of Abram & Lucy Hawks born Dec' 7th 1742 & bapt" 

Jan'^ 9th 1742-3. 
Edwards S. of William & Mary Hobbes born Dec' 29th 1742 & 

bapt** Feb' 20th 1742-3. 
John S. of John & Martha Halls was born Feb' 3d 1742-3 & 

bapf* March 27th 1743. 
David S. of William & Elizabeth Harwoods bom Jan'' 28th 

1742-3 & bapt* May 29th 1743. 
Elizabeth D. of Michael & Susanna Hills born July i8th 1743 & 

bapt** Sept' 4th 1743. 
Lucy D. of Francis & Frances Haddons born July 15th 1743 & 

bapf* Octob i6th 1743. 
Mary D of Peter & Barbara Harwoods born Aug 5th 1743 bapt** 

Apr 29th 1744. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 819 

Sarah D of Will* & Mary Hobbes born Ap' 22d & bapt"* June 

loth 1744. 
William S. of Will" & Elizabeth Harvey born Apr 9th & bapt** 

June loth 1744. 
Anne D. of Robert & Margret Hudsons born July 31st & bapt* 

Sep" 17th 1744. 
Edward S. of Francis & Frances Haddons was born Aprile 8th 

& bapt* June 9th 1745. 
Will a Negro Child belonging to Instance Hall bom Sep'' 23d 

1745. 
Anne D. of John & Martha Halls was born June 22d & bap** Aug 

^745. 

Randolph S. of Peter & Barbara Harwells was born May 22d & 

bapf* Sept' I St 1745. 
Benjamin S. of Richard & Elizabeth Harrisons was born Jan'^ 

25th 1745-6 bap*** Ap. 27th 1746. 
Anne D. of Thomas & Anne Harmers was bom March 2d 1745-6 

baptd Ap. 27th 1746. 
John S. of William & Elizabeth Harwells was born March 4th 

1745-6 baptd Ap. 27th 1746. 
Jesse Son of William & Mary Hobbs was born June 6th 1746. 
Amie D. of Michal & Susanna Hills was born April 27th & bapt* 

June 22d 1746. 
Mar>' D. of Frances & F'rancis Haddons was born May 13th 

1748. 
Frederick son of John & Christian Hawks born 22d January 

1 750-1 bap' 3d March. 
Nann Female Slave of Instance and Mary Hall born September 

30th 1749. 
John Male Slave of Ditto born June 5th 1750. 
George Male Slave of Ditto born February 7th 1752. 
Frank Female Slave of Ditto born April 30th 1752. 
Lucey Daughter of Joseph & Ann Hardaway was Born May the 

25tb 1755- 
Dmrey Hardway son of Ditto was Born August 13th 1756. 
Mason Hardiway Daughter of Ditto Born February 6 1758. 
Ann Hardaway Daughter of Ditto Born Septem' y* 24 1759. 
Rossey Hunt, Daughter of Samuel Hunt & Ann Lamboth Davis 

was Born August the 7th 1760. 



320 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Daniel Hair son of Thomas and Ann Hair was born y* i8th De- 
cern b' 1 760 and Baptiz'dat Blandford Church, Bristol Parish 
March y* ist 1761. 

Mary Herringham Daughter of William & Prudence Herring- 
ham was Born august y* 3d 1739. 

William Herringham their son was Born May the 15th 1742. 

Betty Their Daughter was Born October the nth 1744. 

James son of Thomas and Ann Hair was Born April y" 7th 1762 
and Baptiz'd at Blandford Church by Mr. McRoberts may 
y* 1 6th 1762. 

Mary their Daughter was Born november y* 14th 1763. 

Joel Stirdevent Hall son of Mary Hall was Bom July the 30th 
1760. 

Sarah, D' of Benjamin Hobbs & Molly his Wife, bom March 
nth 1789, & baptized March nth 1792. 

Edward, Son of Michael Heathcote & Mary his Wife, bom 
Dec' 29th 1 79 1, & bapatized March 19th 1792. 

Dolly Agness, Dau' of William Heth & Elizabeth his Wife, born 
March 19th 1789, died Oct' 31st 1791, & was buried April 
5th 1792. 

Dolly Anne, Dau' of the same, born November 28th 1791, & 
baptized April 5th 1792. 

Williamson Bonner, Son of Jesse Heth & Agnes his Wife, born 
Febmary i6th & bap: May 13th 1792. 

John Holmes, Son of Holmes Jones (of Sussex) & Susannah his 
Wife, born March 20th 1791, & bap: May 13th 1792. 

Peyton, Son of Henry Harrison (of Sussex) & Elizabeth his 
Wife, born March 3d & bap: May 13th 1792. 

Salley, Dau. of William Hall, & Elizabeth his Wife, born Feb- 
ruary 14th & bap: May 13th 1792. 

Benjamin Stith, S, of Dmry Hardaway & Anne his Wife, bom 
Dec' 30th 1 79 1, and baptized July 8th 1792. 

Peggy Dau' of Nancy a Negroe Slave belonging to Edmund 
Harrison born February 15th & baptized July 22d 1792. 

Edward Heathcote, Son of Michael Heathcote, deceased, of the 
Town of Petersburg was buried October 30th 1792. 

Thomas Hope, of Petersburg, died Nov' 3d & was buried Nov' 
5th 1792. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 321 

Peterson, S, of Francis Haddon & Becky his Wife» born March 

8th & baptized Nov' 25th 1792. 
Mary Herbert Stith, Dau', of Instance Hall & Eliza his Wife, 

born May 20th & baptized Dec' 13th 1792. 
Drury Heath, of Prince George County, died Dec' i6th 1792 & 

was buried January 27th 1793. 
William Rives, S, of Thomas Heath & Selah his Wife, born 

September 6th 1791 & baptized January 27th 1793. 
Armistead, S, of Drury Heath, & Elle his Wife, born Dec' 25th 

1792 & baptized January 27th 1793. 
Robert, Son, of William Hiland & Lucy his Wife, was born 

April 15th & baptized June 30th 1793. 
Delilah Ann Southall Dau' of Thomas Hatton & Ann his Wife, 

born March 29th & baptized August 4th 1793. 
Marry Murray Dau' of Edmund Harrison & Mary his Wife, was 

bom & baptized May 2d 1793. 

Andrew Hamilton of the Town of Petersburg died 8th and was 

buried nth March 1794. 
Martha Ann, and Mary Murray, Daughters of Edmund Harrison 

& Mary his Wife, died and were buried 17th 

April 1794. 

i-j 

Peter son of Rich: & sarah Jones born 17th Nov: last bap* Jan' 

8th 1720-1. 
Frederick son of peter & Mary Jones bom 4th decem last bap' 

Jan' 8th 17 20-1. 
James a Moll: belonging unto Mr peter Jones born 23d June 

1720. 
Susanna a Moll belonging unto Cap* peter Jones born 24th July 

1720. 
Samuell son of Tho: & Mary Jones born 12th August last bap* 

Aprill 30th 172 1. 
Eliz dau: of Ledbetter & Martha Jones born 7th Jan' last bap* 

feb' 25th 1 72 1-2. 
peter A Moll: belonging to Abraham & Sarah Jones born loth 

of May last 1721 & bap' x**' 21th 1721. 
Abra son of Abra: & Sarah Jones born feb: i6th 1720 bap* Aprill 

30th 1721. 



322 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

James A Moll: belonging to Cap' peter Jones born loth of x** 

1722. 
Hen: A Moll belonging to ditto bom in March 1722-3. 
Mary A Moll: belonging to ditto died 12th of Aprill 1723. 
Edw: Son of Rich & Sarah Jones born i8th Aprill last bap' July 

28th 1722. 

Son of John & Eliz: Johnstone born 21th Jan^ 1722-3. 

Lucy dau of Wm & Mary Jones bom 9th octob' last bap* 14th 

feb 1722-3. 
Isaac son of John & Eliz : Johnstone born 22th Jan' last bap* 

may 5th 1723. 
Prissilla dau: of Tho: & — '- Jones Born bap' June 2d 

hard word 1723. 
Grace dau of Wm & Joan Johnson born 31th Octob: 1721 bap' 

August 2ith 1723. 
Dan: son of Rich & Sarah Jones born 30th Octob' last bap' feb' 

[ ]th 1723-4- 
Ann D: of Abra: & Sarah Jones born nth May 1724. 
Wm son of John & Eliz: Johnson bom 25 Octoo' last bap feb' 

28th 1724-5. 
Eliz: D: of Rich: & Eliz: James born the 8th Inst, bap' feb 14th 

1724-5. 
Pru: D: of Rich & Sarah Jones born 19th feb: last bap: 19th 

Aug 1725. 
Sara A negro Girl belonging to Sam Jurden born 171th June 1725. 
Francis and Amy Daughters of Ledbetter and martha Jones born 

19th July last 1725. 
Jane Dat of Wm and Mary Jent born 26th July 1725. 
Wm son of Peter and Mary Jones born 25th March 1725. 
Tom .Slave of Abr* and Sarah Jones born loth feb' 1725. 
Benj' son of Wm and mary Jones born 8th feb' 1725. 
Lucrece D of philip and Amy Jones born nth March 1726. 
Eliz' D of John and Susan Jones born 27th Jan' 1726. 
Rebeckah Daughter of Wm and frances Jones born i6th Jan' 

1726. 
John Son of John and Eliz' Johnston bom 4th March 1726. 
Benjamine Son of Wm and Mary Jones born 19th ffeb' 1726. 
Betty female Slave of Samuel and Mary Jordain born i8th Oct"" 

Decs'* 2d Jan' 1727. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 323 

henry Son of Abr* and Sarah Jones born 9th Jan' bap* i8th feb' 

1727. 
Martin Son of Wmand Johannah Johnson Born 13th Nov' 1713. 
Wm Son of Ditto Bom i6th Dec' 17 17. 
Ann Dater of Ditto Born 8th June 17 10. 
Grace Dater of Ditto Bom Octo' 1720. 
Ridly D of peter and Dorithy Jones bom 5th august 1728 Bap* 

25th august. 
Cadwaller Son of peter and Mary Jones Born 19th June 1728 

Bapt 25th august. 
Wm Son of Phillip and amie Jones Born 23d Sep' 1728. 
Dick Male Slave of Sam^ Jordain Born 30th Novm' 1728. 
Phebe female Slave of Abr'and Sarah Jones Born 8th Dee" 1728 

Bap* 23d august. 
Mary D of Richard & Mary James Born y*' 2d Jan' Bap* 2d feb' 

1728-9. 
ann D. of ledbetter and martha Jones Bom 15 Jan' 1727. 
Eleonar Dat' of John and Susaner Jones Born 20th august 1729. 
Pelletiah of Wm and Mary Jones Born 27th July 1729. 
Mary of Wm and frances Jones Born 25th May Bap* 30th June 

1729. 
William Son of William and Judith Jones Born 8th aprill Bap* 

loth May 1730. 
Joshua Son of Joshua Irby and Mary Blyth Born ith aprill 1730. 
William Irby Son of Wm Irby and Mary Green Born 30th De- 
cm b' 1730. 
Batte Son of Richard and Margrat Jones Born 30th Dee"" 1729 

Bap* 2d may 1730. 
Ridlie Dater of Dorithy and Peter Jones Born 9th August 1730 

Bap* 19th. Sep'. 
William Son of abr* and Sarah Jones Born feb' 19th 1730 Bap* 

23** May 1 73 1. 
Peter male Slave of Samuel and Mary Jordain Born 30th June 

1731. 
ann D of Thomas & Eliz' Ivy Bom 28th Jan' 1730 Bap* 21th 

feb'. 
Neptune Son of Thomas & Judith Jackson Born 30th Novm' 

1730 at sea Bap: 25th ap' 1731. 



324 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Mary D: of James & Mary Jones Bom 5th July 1731 Bap* au- 
gust 29th 1 731. 
peter Son of Peter & Mary Jones Bom 28th March 1731 bap' 

14th Sep'. 
Sarah mulatto Slave of peter and mary Jones Born nth March 

1730 Bap' 14th Sep". 
Nathaniel Son of Tho"* & amy Jones Born 17th ap' 1731 Bap' 

14th Sep'. 
Elisabeth D of Daniel & Jackson Bom 2d June 1731 

Bap* ith august. 
Peter Son of William & francis Jones Bom nth feb' 1731 Bap* 

23d ap' 1732. 
Ludwell Son of Wm & Mary Jones Bom 6th March 1731 Bap* 

24th ap' 1732. 
Eliz' daf of Peter & Dorothy Jones Bom 19th March 1731 Bap' 

30th May 1732. 
Emanuel Slave of Ditto 30th Sep' 1731 Do. 
Gideon Slave to Martha Jones Bom 14th Aug* 1731 Do. 
Wilmoth daf of Joshua & Irby bom Bap* 4th 

1732. 
Richarda daf of Wm & Mary Jones bom i8th Nov' 1731 Bap' 

Dec' 26th 1732. 
Rebecca of Rich* & Margett Jones bom & bap* 28th Dec' 1731. 
Will a Melatto of Abra & Sarah Jones bom 3d July 1730 bap* 

14th Sep' 1731. 
Ja" son of Wm & Judith Jones bom 3d June 1732 bap* July i6th 

1732. 
Dianah daf of Jno 8c Eliz* Johnson bom i6th May 1732 bap* 

Sep' 29th 1732. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Tabitha Jacob Bom 14th Nov: 1731 

Bap* 30th dee'. 
Richard Son pf William & Mary Jones Bom 12th Nov* 1732 

Bap' 28th Dee'. 
Jenne female Slave of Samuel Jordain Bom 25th ap' 1733. 
Rachel EK of Thomas & amy Jones Bom 12th feb' 1732 Bap' 7th 

ap' 1733- 
Charles male Slave of Sam* Jordain Bom 26th May 1733. 
Ursula D: of fames & Mary Jones Bom 28th July 1733 ^P* 

14th august. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 325 

Margrett D: of peter & Dorithy Jones Born 14th august 1733 

Bap^ 28th Sep'. 
Phillip Son of Daniel & mary Jones Born 6th July 1733 Bap* 

28th Sep'. 
Isabell fe" Slave of Thos & amy Jones Born 14th Sep' 1731. 
Elisabeth D: of Thomas & Elisabeth Ivy Born 25th nov' 1732 

Bap* 2ith octb' 1733. 
Peter Son of abr* & Sarah Jones Bom 2d nov' 1733 Bap* ith 

Dec'. 
George a mulatto Slave of Ditto Born 2d august 1732 Bap* Dee' 

Ith 1733. 
Ned a mulatto of ditto Born 21th Dee' 1732 Bap* Dee' ith 1733. 
William Son of William & Mary Jones Born 21th Jan' 1733 Bap' 

March 15th. 
William Son of William & Mary Jones Bom 21th Jan' 1733 Bap* 

14th ap' 1734. 
Joseph Son of Daniel & Eliz' Jackson Born 5th feb' 1733 Bap* 

loth March. 
John Son of Thomas & Tabitha Jacobs Born 26th ap' 1734 Bapt 

27th June. 
Berriman Son of William & Mary Jones Born 18th March 1733 

Bap* 4th august 1734. 
Moses Son of Joshua & Eliz' Jane Born ith July 1734 Bap* ith 

Sep'. 
David Son of Phillip and Amy Jones Born 4 March 1734 Bap* 

y''4May 1735. 
Amey D of Thomas and Easter Jones. Born 30 Novemb. 1734 

Bap* 4 May 1735. 
Judith female Slave of Sam* Jordan Born 27 March 1735. 
Jenny female Slave belong* to D** Bora 11 Ap' 1735. 
Aggey female Slave belong* to D* Born 18 October 1735. 
Jane Female Slave belong* to Daniel Jones Born ist Nov' 1734. 
Elisabeth Slave Belonging to Abraham Jones Born May y** 8th 

1741. . 
Toby male Slave of Samuel Jurdens S' Born April y'* 14 1741. 
Thomas Son of Thomas & Tabitha Jones B July 21st 1740. 
Mordica Son of Daniel & Mary Jones B July 22d 1741. 
Anne D. of Mr. John & Elizabeth Jones Born May 29th 1742 & 

Bap* aug ist 1742. 



326 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John A Slave of Cap* Richard Jones bom Nov' 15th 1741 & 

Bap* July 4th 1742. 
Francis 8c Sara Negro Children belonging to Mrs Tabitha Jones 

Bom July 4th 1741 & Bap* May 2d 1742. 
Judith D. of William & Judith Jones born July 22d 1742 & bapt* 

Octob' 17th 1742. 
John S of Abram & Sarah Jones born Dec' 14th 1742 8c bapt* 

Jan'' 25th 1742-3. 
Edward S. of Samuel 8c Milson Jordans born Feb 2d 1742-3 8c 

bapf* March 27th 1743. 
Anthony A Male Slave belonging to Mr. Abram Jones bom Jan' 

22** 1743-4. 
Betty D. of Mr. John & Elizabeth Jones born Nov' i8th & bapt* 

Dec' 24th 1744. 
Dorothy D. of Major Peter & Dorothy Jones bora Jan*^ 29th 

1744-5 & bapt* May 5th 1745. 
Mary D. of Samuel 8c Milson Jordans was born Aprile 30th & 

bapt* June 2d 1745. 
Ann Daughter of Tho' & Lucy Jones born bap' 3d March 

1 750-1. 
Frederick Son of William Jones Jun' bom baptized 9th 

April 1 75 1. 
John Hall Jinkins son of William & Mary Jinkins was Bom May 

the 13th 1768. 
Sarah Johnson Daughter of Hubbard Johnson was Bom Nov' 

1 8th 1766. 
Elizabeth D. of Tabitha Johnson, a free Mulatto, born May 4th 

1 79 1, & baptized March 4th 1792. 
Anne Jeffries died Oct 1792 8c was buried July 4th 1793. 

K 

Olive dau: of Charles & Anne King bom 30th decem: last bap* 

July i8th 1721. 
Mary dau of Hen: 8c Mary King born 12th July 1720 bap* July 

i8th 1721. 
Eliz: dau: of Rich 8c Agnis Kennon Born 12 day decem 1720. 
Harry a negro boy belonging to ditto born Jan' 1720. 
Tho Kent bom about 50 years past baptized March 14th 1721-2. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 327 

John son of Rob* & Cath: Kennell born in xb' 1722 bap* 3d feb 

1722-3. 
Ann dau of Cap' Rich: & Agnis Kennon bom 30th Nov: last 

bap* 30th xbr 1722. 
Rich son of Wm & Anne Kennon born 15th Aprill 171 2. 
Wm son of ditto bom 9th feb 17 13. 
Fran: son of ditto bora 3d sep" 17 15. 
Hen: Isham son of ditto bom 22th Aprill 17 18. 
John son of ditto bom 20th decern: 1721. 

Negroes Belonging to Maj' Wm Kennon. 
Nutty born 3d octob' 171 1. 
Pegg born March i8th 17 16. 
Lewis born 20th Aprill 17 19. 
Annake born 14th feb' 1720. 
Hannibal born 17th decern 1722. 
Kate born 3d June 1723. 

Sarah dau: of Hen: & ^ary King born 31th Jan' last bap' Aug 

2ith 1723. 
John son of Cha & Anne King born 4th Jan: last bap' loth 

Aprill 1724. 
John son of Cornelias and Eliz' Keeth born 24th Dec"" 1724. 
Rebeckah Dat of henry and mary King bom ith July 1725. 
John Son of Jn** and Hannah King bom 22d au* 1724. 
Sa"" Son of Cornelias and Eliz' Keeth bom 13th Dec" 1725. 
Sarah Da* of Jo' and Sarah Kimbal born 20th feb' 1725. 
Mary D of Wm and Mary Kally born 22d Sept' 1725. 
Ann D of Charles and Ann King born 3d ocf" 1726. 
Robert Son of Richard and Agnis Kennon born 14th Aprill 1727. 
John Son of John and Ann Kemp bom 9th aprill 17 10. 
Jane Dater of Ditt** born nth May 1713. 
Mary D: Wm and Sarah Kelly born 22d Sep* 1725. 
Nimrod Son of Rob* and fane Kileress bom 28th July 1728. 
Bille male Slave of Rich** and agnis Kennon Born May 1723. 
Mol female Slave Ditt" Born august 1725. 
Janne female slave of Ditto Born feb' 1725. 
Sue female Slave of Ditto Born Deem' 1727. 
Dick male Slave of Ditto Born March 1727. 
Mary D of Rich** and agnis Kennon Born 29th Jan' 1728. 



328 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Martha D of Charles and ann King Born 5th Dee" 1728 Bap* 
aprill 6th 1729. 

Negros Belongine to Maj"^ Wm Kennon. 
Hannah female Bora 2d June 1723. 
Harry male slave Bom ith March 1725. 
PhilHs female slave Born ith March 1725. 
Scippio male Slave Bom 3d March 1727. 
Lucy female Slave Born loth July 1729. 
Juno female Slave Born 5th July 1729. 
Sampson Male Slave Bom i decemb' 1729. 
Phebe female Slave Bom 2d Jan' 1730. 
Sam Male Slave Born 4th January 1730. 

Martha D: of Richard & agnis Kennon Bom 30th august Bap* 

17th octb' 1731. 
Thomas Son of John & Mary Lenard Bora i8th March 1733 

Bap* ap' 7th 1734. 
Thomas Son of Wm & Eliz* Loftus Born 27th august 1733 Bap* 

7th ap' 1734. 
Negro slaves belonging to William Kennon Gentieman. 
Daniel male slave Born august 1732. 
Cyrus male slave Born July 1733. 
Molbrow male Slave Bom June 1731. 
Cato male Slave Born July 1733. 
Prince male Slave Bom Dee' 1733. 
Adam male Slave Born Dee' 1733. 
Jemmy male Slave Born March 1733. 

Ann D. of William & Judith King Born nth Nov' 1734. 
Mary Slave of Mr James Keith B Dec' 20th 1740. 
Molly D of John & Hannah Kinton B Jan'' 21st 1740. 
James S. of Wm & Jane King B Dec' 18th 1740. 
John S of John & Elizabeth Kirby. B April i8th 1741. 
William S. of John & Hannah Kennons Born June 5th 1742 & 

Bap* July 4th 1742. 
Williaw S. of Julian & Elizabeth Kings born Octob' i8th 1742 

& bapf* Dec' 12th 1742. 
Milly, Dau' of Eleanor Keown, born Febmary 12th 1785 and 

baptized October 2nd 1792. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 3*2^ 

John Reading, Son of D° born June 25th 1790, and baptized Oc- 
tober 2nd 1792. 

Elizabeth Reading, Dau' of D* born April 4 and baptized Octo- 
ber 2nd 1792. 

Betsy Collins, Dau"^ of Stephen Knight, and Leah his Wife. Born 
December 9th 1791 and baptized October 2nd 1792. 

Polly Cheatham, Dau' of Josiah Knight & Milly his Wife, born 
Feby. 15: & bap: Nov' 7. 1793. 

Billy Stephens, Son of Stephen Knight & Leah his Wife bom 
July 2 & baptized Nov. 7. 1793. 



Mary dau : of Wm & Rebeca Ledbetter born 28th decern : last 

bap' feb 26th 17 20-1. 
Fran: dau: of Sam: & Fran: Lee born 23th octob' Last bap' feb: 

26th 1 720-1. 
Wm son of John & Fran: Ledbetter born 19th feb' last bap' 

July 23th 1 72 1. 
Tho son of Hugh & Mary Lee born nth Nov: last bap' March 

4th 172.1-2. 
Mary dau of Jn° & Cath: Lee born 21th Jan' Last bap* Aprill 

22th 1722. 
Peter son of Tho: & Ann Leeth born 22th sep" last bap' March 

31th 1723. 
Eliz: dau of peter & Abigaell Leeth born 19th octob' last bap' 

i6th xb' 1722. 
Jane dau: of Fran: & Jane Lajohn born 28th August bap' i8th 

Nov: 1722. 
John son of Wm & Elizth Laws born 29th March last bap' Aug: 

25th 1722. 
Mary dau of ditto born ith feb: 1719 bap' Aug: 25th 1722. 
Hannah dau of Tho & Eliz Lockett born 28th decern last bap' 

March loth 1722-3. 
Peter son of Tho & Ann Leeth born 22th sep' last bap' 31th 

March 1723. 
Wm son of Sam & Fran: Lee departed this life 2Qth Sep" 1723. 
Eliz: dau of John & Mary Lewis born 21th Nov 1705. 
Mary d: of ditto born 12th June 1707. 
Ann: d of ditto born i6th Aprill 17 10. 



330 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John son of ditto born 26th Sept' 1 7 1 1 . 

Wm son of ditto born 22th Aprill 17 13. 

Fran: dau of ditto born nth feb' 17 15-16. 

Susan: dau: of ditto born nth Aprill 17 18. 

Tho: son of ditto born 29th Aprill 1720. 

Frances dau : of Peter & Abigael Leeth bor 2d Nov' last bap* 

Jan' 19th 1723-4. 
Sarah D of Matthew Lee & his Wife born 26th august 1721. 
Amy D of ditto born 25 decern: 1722. 
Eliz: dau: of Tho: & Mary Luis born July 27th 1722. 
Susanna d: of Hugh & Mary Lee Jun' born loth feb last bap* 

May 24th 1724. 
Martha d of John & Anne Lile born 28th June last bap Nov. 2d 

1724. 
John Son of Joss & Mary Lantroop born 27th 8*" last bap* nth 

xb' 1724. 
James S : of Wm & Elishaba Laws born March bap' 

May i6th 1725. 
Tho: S of Matt: & Eliz: Ligon born 7th feb: 1724-5. 
Joss S of Wm & Elishaba Laws bom 27th Jan' 17 16. 
Wm Son of ditto born 20th of feb' 17 18. 

John Son of ditto born 29th March last bap' August 25th 1722. 
Mary D: of ditto bom ist feb' 17 19 bap' August 25th 1722. 
Mary D: of Matt: & Anne Lee born 30th May last bap' 4th Aug: 

1725. 
samuel son of Samuel and frances lee born 30th Aprill bap' 5th 

sep" 1725. 
Sarah Slave of bej' locket born 24th march 1725. 
Charles Son of Th' & ann Leith born 23d Aug' 1725. 
Robin Slave of Jn* Ledbetter Decst 30th march 1726. 
tab Slave of Jn° & Mary Ledbetter born June i8th 1726. 
Sarah D of Peter and Abigill Leath born 8th March 1727. 
lucy female Slave of benj' and Winefrit locket born 12th May 

1727. 
Thomas Son of Thomas and Sarah lee born 12th Jan' 1726. 
Joseph Son of Joseph and Mary lantrope born i6th Dee"" 1726. 
Eliz' D: of Wm and Elishabah Laws born 17th March 1725. 
John Son of John and ann liles born 23d March 1726. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 331 

Eliz* D of Matthew and Eliz' Ligon born 9th Dece"* bap' 9th 

feb' 1727. 
Thomas Son of John and anne Lanthrop born 30th Dee™ 1727 

bap* 14th aprill 1728. 
Sam female Slave of matthew Elisabit Ligon bom y*" 12th may 

1728. 
ann D of Wm and Eliz Loftis Born 2d august 1728. 
Edwd of Edward and Martha Liewes Born 3d octb' 1728. 
Mary D* of Joseph and Mary lanthrope Bom 24th Nov" Bap' 

13th March 1728. 
Winnifrit Wife of Benj* locket Dees'* 25th Nov*" 1729. 
Mary D of Peter and Abigal Leeth Born 5th aprill Bap' 26th 

oct' 1729. 
Eliz' D of John and Sarah Lovett Born 4th May 1730 Bap' loth 

May. 
Margrat D of John and ann lantroup Born 21th May 1730 Bap' 

27 sb'. 
John Son of Thomas Liewes Born 3d august 1730. 
William son of Joseph & mary Lantrop Born 13th Jan' 1730 

Bap' ap' 1 8th 1731. 
Sarah D of Sam'l & Frances lee Bom 20th March 1731 Bap' 

august 30. 
William Son of William & Eliz' loftis Born nth May 1731 Bap' 

Sep' 6th. 
Mary D of John & mary Leonard Born 20th august 1731 Bap' 

Sep' 6th. 
Thomas son of Matthew & ann Lee Born 6th Dec"" 1731 Bap' 

octbr 17th. 
William son William & Jane Lovesy Born 14th March 1730 Bap' 

loth octbe'. 
John Son of Jn** & Mary Lenoard Born 30th Jan' 1731. 
Martha D of peter & Tabitha Lee Born i6th octb' 1731. 
William son of Jn"& Eliz" Lile born July 3d 1732 bap' 13th Aug' 

1732. 
Joanah dat' of Wm & Eliz' Lewis born 7th July 1732 bap' Oct' 

8th 1732. 
Mary Wife of Joseph lantroup Decs'* loth De' 1732. 
Elisabeth D: of Thomas & Elisabeth Lewis Born i6th Jan' 1732 

Bap' 25th March 1733. 



332 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John Son of John & Sarah Loveit Born 14th Jan' 1732 Bap* feb*^ 

25th. 
Thomas Son of Samuell & Frances Lee Born 22d ap' 1733 Bap' 

ith august 1733. 
Henritta Dater of Williams & Frances Margret Lockley Born 

9th ap' 1733 Bap' Ith august 1733. 
Burrill Son of Thomas & Sarah Lee Born 30th august 1733 Bap' 

I Ith Nov'. 
Littleberry Son of William & Elishaba Laws Born 23d June 1733. 

Bap' 1 4th. July 1734. 
Joshua Son of Catharine Lee Born nth May 1734 Bapt 4th au- 
gust. 
William Son of Thomas & ann Lister Born July 7th 1734 Bap' 

7th august. 
Jesse Son of Thomas &anne Lewelin Born nth March 1733 Bap' 

28th July 1734. 
Patrick Son of John & Mary Lenard Born 31st July 1734 Bap' 

y« Ap» 16. 1735. 
Mary D. of John and Sarah Lovett Born 20. March 1734 Bap' 

4 May 1735. 
Mary Lee departed this Life the 8th day of January 1 734-5 wife 

of Hugh Lee j'. 
Sarah D of John and Sarah Leveret. Born y*" 2d November 1734. 
Drury S of Richard & Johannah Ledbetter Born y*" 24 Nov' 1734. 
Elizabeth D. of Christopher & Mary Lane Born August 2d 1735. 
Osbun s of Frances & ann Ledbetter Born Febuary y** 14 1740. 
Elisabeth D of John & Rebacah Leeth Born January the 22 

1749. 
Frederick s of John & Mary Lenard Born March 22 1740. 
Roland s of Daniel & Elisabeth Lee Born may y*" 6th 1741. 
Ann D of Richard and Mary Newman B March 30th i74i[*]. 
William S of Richard & Ha[ ] Ledbiter B March 22 1740. 
Thomas S. of Thomas & Mourning Lenoyeborn Aug. nth 1741 

& Bap' Octob' 1 8th 1 74 1. 
Obedience D. of Joseph & Mary Lewis's Born Nov' 15th 1741 

& Bap' Jan'^ 17th 1741-2. 
James S. of Thomas & Elizabeth Lewis's Born May 28th 1741 

& Bap' Jan'-' 17th 1741-2. 

* Erased in original. — C. G. C. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 333 

Anne D. of William & Anne Lee Born Ap' 22d 1742 & Bap' 

Septr 19th 1742. 
Mary D. of John & Elizabeth Lantrops bom Octob' 25th 1742 

& bapf* Feb^20th 1742. 
Mary D. of Frances & Anne Leadbetters born Dec' 5th 1742 & 

bapt** Feb'' 20th 1742. 
Mary D. of Nathanael & Rebecca Lees born March nth 1742-3 

& bapf* May 29th 1743. 
Mary D. of George & Katharine Lewis born June 3d 1743 & 

bapt^July 3d 1743. 

Ephraim S of John & Leadbetter born Dec' 30th 1 742. 

Winifred D of John & Mary Lenard born May 31st 1743. 

Anne Lee Died Feb. 4th 1743-4. 

Joseph S. oi Will" & Mary Liffsay born March 20th 1743-4 & 

bapt** May 27th 1744. 
Drury S. of Daniel & Elizabeth Lees born Aug. 31st & bapt* 

Octob. 28th 1744. 
Frederick S. of Thomas & Mary Lees bom Feb. ist 1744-5 & 

bapt** May 5th 1745. 
Peter S. of John & Elizabeth Lantropes was bom Aprile 2d & 

bapf* May 19th 1745. 
Woodie S. of Francis & Anne Leadbetters was born Aprile 5th 

& bapt* June 9th 1745. 
Mille D. of John & Keziah Loffsetts was bom Nov' 15th 1745 & 

bapt** Jan'^ 5th 1745-6. 
Frederick S. of William & Mary Loffsay was born Dec' 19th 

1745 & bapf* March i6th 1745-6. 
Shadrach Son of Tho* and Hannah Lantrop Born 14th Decem' 

1749 bap' ist April 1750. 
Winifred Daught' of Amoss & Mary Love born 8ber 7th 1750. 
Benjamin Son of Benjamin and Lawsons bom 

bap. 3d March 1 750-1. 
Burwell Son of Thomas and Mary Lee born december 3d 1750 

bap^ 17 March. 
Elien Lang Daughter of James Lang & Eliz*"* his wife was Born 

December the 20th 1766. 
Elien Lang Departed this life the 4th of august 1767. 
Eliz*** Lang Daughter of James & Eliz^ Lang was born July the 

9th 1768. 



334 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Betsy, Dau' of Euclid Landford (of Sussex County) & Elizabeth 

his Wife, born October 19th 1789, & baptized April 6th 1792. 
Henry, Son of the same, born December i6th 1791, & baptized 

April 6th 1792. 
Patsey, dau : of Robert Land (of Sussex County) & Martha his 

Wife, born October the 6th 1791, & baptized April 6th 1792. 
Rebeccah Parham, D' of John Lewis & Frances his Wife, born 

April 8th & bap: June 25th 1792. 
Thomas S. of Samuel Leig^h & Susannah his Wife, bom Oct' 

2ist 1 79 1 & bap: July 6th 1792. 
Francis Litdepage, S, of Winny Laurence, a free Mulatto, was 

born June 20th 1791, and was baptized August 26th 1792. 
Mary Dau' of John Taylor Leigh & Sarah his Wife bom July 

1 8th, and baptized September 30th 1792. 
Becky, Dau' of John Cotton, & Celah his Wife, born April 2nd 

and baptized September 30th 1792. 
Rebecca Dressony, Dau' of John Lanier & Catharine his Wife, 

was borh June 5th 1791 & baptized Nov' 2nd 1792. 
Peter Singleton. S, of Francis Lard & Nancy his Wife, born 

Nov' 2nd & bap: Dec' 27th 1791. 
Mrs Laniere (wife of Laniere of the town of Petersburg) 

was buried 3d Nov' 1794. 
Samuel Son of Jesse Lee & Polly Marcum his wife born ist May 

1793 & baptized Jan^ ist 1795. 
Isham Randolph. Son of John Lanier & Anne his Wife born 

May 5th & baptized August 8th 1793. 

M 

Mary dau: of Sam & Mary Moor bom 26th x*" 17 19 bap' Aprill 

loth 1720. 
Mary dau: of Dan: & Mary Mellone born 20th March 1719-20 

bap^ . 

John son of John & Cath: Moor born 8th decem 1720 bap' 19th 

March 17 20-1. 
John Bass son of Margaret Micabin born 26 July last bap* March 

2ith 1720-1. 
Rosamund dau: of Fran: & Margaret Morrimont born 26th July 

1719 bap' 22th June 1721. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 335 

Joshua son of Peter & Eliz: Mitchell born 26th feb: 171 8 bap' 

July i8th 1721. 
Tho: son of Tho: & Prissilla Man born 24th May last bap^ July 

6th 1721. 
Marth: d of John & Julian Mays born 8th June Last bap* i8th 

ditto 1722. 
Lucy dau: of Fran & Eliz: Man bom 20th Aprill last bap' July 

7th 1722. 
Priscilla dau of James & Mary Moor born ist June last bap* July 

7th 1722. 

Tho: son of Wm & Mary . 

Dan: son of Peter & Eliz: Mitchell born 26th sep* last bap* June 

nth 1722. 
Ann dau of Rich: & Massy born about Jan' or feb' last 

bap* June 14th 1722. 
Eliz: dau of Sam & Mary Moor born 13th octob' last bap* 5th 

Aug: 1722. 
Morgan son of Morgan & Sibilla Mackinney born 7th June last 

bap* 7th octob' 1722. 
Fran: dau of James & Matthews born 28th Aprill last 

bap* Sep* 30th 1722. 
Joab son of Tho & Hannah Mitchell born nth feb last bap* sep* 

i6th 1722. 
John son of Ann Mackdaniell bass born 21th August 1721 bap* 

feb 3d 1722-3. 
Eliz: dau: of John & Mary Maise born 30th sep* last bap* Jan 

loth 1722. 
John son of John & Cath: Moor born bap* March 19th 

1720-1. 
Sara dau of Ditto born 20th March last bap* 29th Aprill 1723. 
John son of Tho & Ann Mitchell born 26th May 1704. 
Tho: son of ditto born 19th Aprill 1705. 
Fran: son of ditto born i8th June 1708. 

Mary dau: of Tho: & Barbary Mitchell born i8th August 17 13. 
Barbary dau of ditto born 8th March 17 15. 
Nath: son of ditto born 4th decern: 171 7. 
Peter son of ditto born 3d Jan: 17 19. 
Sam son of dittO'born i6th June 1722. 
John son of Rob* & Anne Moody born i8th May 1723. 



336 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Mark son of Mark & Eliz: Moore borne 26th July last bap Nov 

7th 1723. 
John son of Morgan & Sibbilla Makinny born i2thfeb' last bap* 

loth Aprill 1724. 
Sarah d of Rich & Ann Massy born 27th Nov last bap* loth 

Aprill 1724. 
Rich son of Sam : & Mary Moor born 9th feb' last bap' August 

2d 1724. 
Rich son of Hen: & Eliz: Mays born ist of Aprill last bap* 6th 

Nov' 1724. 
Anne d of Fran & Marg* Merimon born 26th June last bap Nov 

6th 1724. 
Mary d of John & Mary Mays born 2d last June bap' Octob' 

nth 1724. 
Seth Moor son of great John Moor born 9th Aprill 1692. 
Rhuben son of phillip & Mary Morgan born nth novb' bap* 

20th feb' 1725. 
Anne Dat of Jn*" and Julia Mayes born 13th feb' bap* 20th 1725. 
John son of John & Julia Mayes bom 29th feb' 17 19. 
Martha Dat of John and Julia Mayes 8th June born 1722. 
Thomas son of Thom and Jane Man born 4th June last bap* 30 

July 1725. 
Amey Da* of Joseph and Eleonore Mathes born 9th Dec" 1724. 
Trances Da* of peter and Eliz' Mitchel born 28th oc*" 1725. 
martha Da* of henry and Martha Morris born 2 June 1725. 
Priscilla Da* of Th' and Jane Man bom 13th Dec" 1725. 
Winiford Da* of Wm and Eliz' Mayes born 22d Aug" 1725. 
Jn** and Rich* sons of Ric* and Ann Massey born 14th feb' 1725. 
Jn" Son of David and Eliz MurcoUow born 14 Dec*" 1725. 
Wm Son of Samuel and Mary More born 6th July bap* Octob' 

9th 1726. 
Wm Son of Jn' and Mary Mayes bom nth June bap* oct" 4th 

1726. 
Mark Son Mark and Eliz' More bom loth June 1726. 
James Son of Jn*' and Catherine More born i8th aug** bap' i6th 

oct*" T726. 
Mary D: of Jn* and dorithy Morland born 23d Sep' bap* 30th 

octm 1726. 



BRIStOL PARISH REGISTER. S37 

Mary gardiner D of Gardiner and EUiz' Mayes born 13th Oct" 

1726. 
Edward Son of Robert and Martha Munford born ith No*" 1726. 
James Son of Morgan and Sybellah Makinny bom 7th feb' 1725. 
James Son of John and Mary May bom 6th feb' 1726. 
Eliz* D of henry and Susanah Morris bom 6th Oct" 1726. 
Lucrecee D of Wm and Ann Mallone bom nth Jan' 1726. 
Robert Son of Jerimiah and Grace Mize bom loth May 1721. 
Joshua son of Ditto bom loth March 1726. 
Mary D of David and Eliz' Murcollo bom 7th June 1727. 
Michaell son of Wm and Eliz' Mixon born 15th aprill 1727. 
Eliz' D of henry and Susanah Morris bom 6th oct" 1726. ' 
David son of David and Jane Miles bom 17th aprill 1727. 
Drury Son of Matthew and Eliz' Mayes born 15th Jan' bap* feb' 

20th 1727. 
Lucy Dat' of Georg hunt and frances More born 22d Dee" 1727. 
Jam^ Son of John and Julia mayes bom Monday y* i8th March 

1727. 
Agnis D of John and Mary Man Born 3 it May 1728. 
George Son of John and Mary Mayes Bom 19th July 1728 Bap' 

6 ocb'. 
Jean D of John and Dorithy Moreland Bom 21th Sep* 1728 Bap* 

7th No'. 
Phebe E>at' of John and Catherine More Bom 22d oct" 1728 

Bapt 25th Dee", 
henry Son of Henry and Susan Morris Bom 2 2d octm' Bap'* 

March 3d 1728. 
Margret D of Th*** and Elionar More Bom 13th aprill Bap* i6th 

aprill 1729. 
Dorithy D of John and Mary May Bom 9th Dee"' Bap* 21 Dec" 

1728. 
Martha D of James and Eliz* munford Bom 29th Sep' Bap' 6th 

Jan' 1728. 
David Son of David and Eliz' Murcollo Born 28th May Bap* 3d 

august 1729. 
Susannah D of Roger and Eliz* More Bom 27th aprill Bap* 27 

June 1729. 
Lucia D of Jn' and Mary More Born 24th May Bap* 27th June 

1729. 



338 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Frances D of David and Jane Miles Born 21 June Bap* loth au- 
gust 1729. 

Zacariah son of John and Rachail Martin Born 22d Jan^ 1729. 

ann D of John and Mary Man Born 29th august Bap* 2d oct' 
1729. 

Lucy Dof Th*' & Jeane May Born 8th Jan' 1729 Bap* 28th aprill 

1730. 
Henry Male Slave of Wm and Mary Mayes Born 24th March 

1725 Bap J 3d March 1729. 
James Male Slave of Ditto Born 26th Jan' 1727 Bap* 3d March 

1729. 
Nancy female Slave of Ditto Bom 27th Jan' Bap* 3d March 1729. 
Phillip Son of Phillip and Mary Morgan Born 15th Deem' Bap* 

loth May 1730. 
Joseph Son of Josep and Hellen Matthy Born 17th Janr: 1729 

Bap* loth May 1730. 
Tabitha D of Richard and ann Massie Born 8th Jan' 1729 Bap* 

30th May 1730. 
Michal Son of Henry and Mary Matthews Born 27th Dee*" 1729 

Bap* loth May 1730. 
Eliz' D of George and frances More Born ith Jan' Bap* 22d febr: 

1729. 
Robert Son of Wm and ann Marshall Bom 23d Deem' 1729 Bap* 

3th March 1730. 
Zachariah Son of Jn" and Rachald Martin Born 22d Jan' 1729 

Bap' Ith March 1729. 
Moses male Slave of Jn* and Julia Mayes Born 19th June 1730. 
Sarah Daterof John and Julia Mayes Born 13th Deem' 1730. 
Elisabeth Dater of John and Mary May Born 2d octber 1730. 
Thomas Son of Roger and Eliz* more Born 20th Sep' 1730 Bap* 

15th Nov'. 
Matthew Son of Marke & Mary fowler Born 4th Jan' 1730 Bap* 

augst 29th 1 73 1. 
Lucy D of John & mary mayes Born 26th Jan' 1730 Bap* 21th 

feb'. 
Sarah D: of michael & Eliz' Mackey Born i6th Dcm' 1730. 
Betty rutherford Dater of John and Catharine more Bom 25th 

June Bap* 2d octb' 1731. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 339 

many D of Samuel & Mary More Bom 29th ap*^ Bap* 7th Novmb' 

Elisabeth D: of Wm and ann marshal Born 13th July Bap* 24th 

Sep'' 1 731. 
Ja[ ] Son of David & Elisabeth Maccollo Born 29th Sep' 1731 

Bap* Dec' 25th. 
Laurana D: of Robert & ann Moody Born 29th Jany' 1731 Bap* 

ap' 23: 1732. 
Martha D: of Joseph & Eleanore Matthews Born 8th Jan' 1731 

Bap- 23d ap' 1732. 
Frank male Slave of Jn' & Julia mayes Born 28th Nov' 1731. 
John Son of Phillip & mary morgan Bom 30th Nov' 1731 Bap* 

23d ap' 1732. 
William Son of Rich** & Eleanor McDearmon born May i8th 

1732. 
Jonathan son of Jonath' & Sarah Mote born bap* Sep' 

23d 1732. 
Will" Son of Alex' & Ruth Moor born 14th Sep' 1731 bap* May 

22d 1732. 
Eliz' Dat' of Sam' & Mary Morgan born Ap' 20 1732 bap* Dec' 

17th 1732. 
James Son of James & Eliz' Munford bom Sep' i6th bap* Dec' 

26th 1732. 
Thomas Son of David & Jane Mils Born 29th dee' 1731 Bap* 

Jan' 30th. 
Johanna D: of Wm & Elisabeth Mayes Born 14 sep' 1732 Bap* 

Jan' 19th. 
William son of John & Mary May Born 28th Dee' 1732 Bap' 

24th feb'. 
Dick male slave of Rob* & martha munford Born 21th Decem' 

1732 Bap* feb' 4th. 
Daniel son of James & leah more Bom nth feb' 1732 Bap* 2d 

ap' 1733- 
Roger son of Roge & Eliz' more Born 8th Dec' 1732 Bap* 25th 

feb'. 
Robert Son of Francis & Eliz' Man Born 7th feb' 1732 Bap* 8th 

ap' 1733. 
George Son of John & Mary More Born 23d Nov' 1732 Bap* 8th 

ap' 1733. 



340 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Daniel Son of Nath' & Mary Molone Born 15th Sep' 1732 Bap* 

17th June 1733. 
avis D' of Thomas & Eleonore More Born 27th March 1733 Bap* 

17th June. 
Harry Male Slave of Jn* & Julia Mayes Born 23d feb' 1732. 
Delilah D: of Matthew Mayes & Eliz: Bom 20th July 1733 Bap* 

26th august, 
frances D: of Robert & ann Moody Dcest novmber 1732. 
David Son of Jonathan & Sarah Mote Born 13th ap' 1733 Bap' 

20th octb'. 
Peter Son of John & Martha Manson Bom 24th Dee' 1733 Bap* 

30th Dee'. 
John Son of Samuel & Elizabeth Man Born 23d Dee' 1733 Bap* 

March 22d. 
Matthew Son of John & Sarah Meuse Bom 27th feb' 1733 Bap* 

7th ap' 1734. 
Mary D: of John & Mary Man Bom 28th feb' 1733 Bap' loth 

March, 
anne D: of william & anne Mershall Bom 28th Jan' 1733 Bap* 

loth March. 
Joseph Son of George & ann march bank Born 4th octb' 1733 

Bap* loth March 1733. 
Susannah D: of J^mes & Elisabeth Munford Born 29th March 

1734 Bap' 28th ap'. 
Richard son of william & Elisabeth Martin Born 27th august 

1733 dees'* 22d November. 
Micail son of Micail & Catharine Mikedermond Bom 25th feb' 

1733 Bap* 15th May 1734. 
John Son of David & Jane Miles Bom 27th ap' 1734 Bap* 26th 

May. 
Benica female Slave of John & Julia Mayes Bom 8th July 1734. 
John Son of Sam^ & mary morgan Bom 26th ap' 1734 Bap' 23d 

June. 
Elizabeth, Daughter of Rob* & Ann Munford bom Sep* 22d 1734 

Bap* 2ist Octob'. 
John Son of John and Mary Moore Bom y" 9th May 1735 Bap* 

6th July. 
Vadrey S. of Wm and Susana Macbie Born 23 decem' 1734 Bap* 

Ap' 19 1735. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 341 

Robert Son of Jam' and Mary Moore Born y° 23d January 1734. 
Daniel s. of Robert and Ann Moody. Bom y* 2d Xb' 1734. 
John S. of John & Elizabeth Morris Born y* 24th Nov' 1734. 
William S of William Martin & Elizabeth his wife Born Nov' 

28th 1734. 
Anne D. of David & Elizabeth M^'choUer. Bom 29th July 1735. 
Jane D. of John and Ann Mooney Born Dec' 13th 1735. 
Henry Son of Henry & Sarah Mitchell Bom 7th Aug* 1735. 
Betty D: of John & Agnes May was Bom the i6th No** 1740. 
William s of Daniel & Susanah Maccloud Born march y* 10 1740. 
Martha D of John & Dorithea Moorland B Sep' 12th 1740. 
Joel S. of Wm And Sarah Martin B March i8th 1740-1. 
Wood S. of John & Mary Moor B March 27th 1741. 
Elizabeth D. of David & Elizabeth Maccullochs Born July 23d 

1741 & Bap* Octob' 30th 1741. 

Anne D. of William & Isabel Martins Bom Aug. 30th 1741 & 

Bap* Octob' 4th 1 74 1. 
Reuben S. of William & Anne Melones Born Sep*' 26th 1741 & 

Bap* Nov' 15th 1 74 1. 
Lucy D. of Matthew & Elizabeth Martins Bom Sep*' 25th 1741 

& Bap* Dec' 24th 1741. 
Isham S. of Daniel & Jane Meadows Bom Feb'' i6th 1 740-1 & 

Bap' Jan'^ 3d 1741-2. 
Hannah D. of Richard & Mary Meanlands Born Nov' 13th 1741 

& Bap* Jan'' 17th 1741-2. 
Theodorick. S. of Cap* Robert & Anne Munfords Bom Feb' 21st 

1 74 1 -2 & Bap* Fel/ 26th 174 1-2. 
Frederick. S. of John & Sara Mayes Bom Feb' 2d 1 741-2 & 

Bap* Apr nth 1742. 
Catharine D. of Malcom & Catharine MacNeils Bom Feb 12th 

1741-2 & Bap* Apr. 26th 1742. 
Jane. D of Humphry & Elizabeth Moodies Bom March 30th 

1742 & Bap* June 13th 1742. 

Susanna D. of John & Jane Meadlands Bom Dec' 13th 1741 & 

Bap* July 25th 1742. 
Mary D of Roger & Elizabeth Moors Born May nth 1742 & 

Bap* Aug. 15th 1742. 
Richard S of John & Agnes May was Born December 20th 1742. 



342 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Benjamin S. of James & Elizabeth MacDowals Born Sept' 27th 

1742 & bapf* Octob' 3d 1742. 
Addie D. of Henry & Sarah Mitchels born June 20th 1743 & 

bapt"* Jan'^ 6th 1743-4. 
Anne D. of Mr Hugh & Jane Millers born March 13th 1742-3 

& bapt* Aprile loth 1743. 
Margret D. of Daniel & Susanna MacLauds born Jan'-'' 8th 

1742-3 & bapf* May 22d 1743. 
Elizabeth D. of John & Elizabeth Manns born Jan' 28th 1743-4 

bapt* May 13th 1744. 
Jane D. of John & Jane Meadlands born March 23d 1743-4 

bapt* Sept' 22d 1744. 
John S. of John & Agnes May born Dec' 20th 1744 baptized 

Feb 24th 1744-5. 
William S. of John & Elizabeth Man born Dec' nth 1744 bapt** 

March 3d 1744-5. 
Patrick Smith S of Margaret Malone born Feb. 27th 1744-5 bap- 
tized April 14th 1745. 
Phyllis A female Slave belonging to Mr. Hugh Miller was bom 

March 12th 1744-5. 
Anne D of Mr. Hugh & Jane Milles was born March 13th 1742-3 

& baptized Apr. loth 1743. 

Robert S. of Ditto was born March 28th 1746 & baptized . 

Jane D. of Ditto was born Feb'^ 21st 1747-8 & baptized . 

Betty born June 1740 

Beck born 1742 

Tony born Aprile 1746 

Cutchnia bom Sep* 1746 

Rose born Sept' 1747 

Isaac born March 1748 

David Son of John May j' and Agnes his wife Born ^749 

Bap* 5 Octo'. 
James Son of James and Anne Murray born July loth 1743. 
John Son of Ditto born September 13th 1744. 
Anne Daughter of Ditto born October 30th 1746. 
Margaret Daughter of ditto born February 8th 1748-9. 
William Son of ditto born May 6th 1752. 
Mary Daughter of Do born Feby 22 1754. 



Negroes belonging to 
Mr. Hugh Miller. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 343 

Thomas Son of Ditto Born Jan^ 13th Baptized y" i6th following 
1757. 

Negroes Belonging to James Murray Viz'. 

Moll a Mallatto Born Octo' 1735. Patt a Negro B. Octo' 1736. 
Lucy a Negro. B. May 1739. Frank a Negro. B. Dec^ 1740. 
Sarah a Mallato B. March 1742. Charles a Negro. Octo' 1742. 
Doll a Negro. B. April 1744. Billy a Negro. June 18. 1744. 
Hannah a Negro. B. Octo' 1744. Peg a Negro. July 1746. 
Sue a Negro. Octo' 1746. Tom a Mallato. Dec' 1746. 
Aggy. a Mallato. July 1748. Tom a Mallato Sep' 1748. 
Joe a Mallato. Aug* 1749. Gate a Negro Ocro' 1748. 
Will a Negro. Feb' 1749-50. Kitt Nov' 1751. 
Nan, April 1753. Gate July 1753. Harry Octo' 1753. 
J^nny, January 1754. Gain March 1754. Poll. Jan' 1755. 
Latty, July 1755. Moll. Sep* 1755. Jenny Nov' 1755. 
Betty, Dec' 1757. Cyruss, March 1756. Patt. Dec' 1756. 
Easter, March 1757. Antony Sep' 1757. Tabb. Octo' 1757. 
Matthew. Decemb' 1757. Frank. March 1758. 
Bobb, May 1758. Dick Sep' 1758. 

Joseph Moore son of John Moore & Mary his wife was Born 

Janury the 20th 1767 and Baptiz** at the Brick Ghurch of 

Bristol Parish March the 22d 1767. 
Henry Son of George Wale Machen & Mary his Wife, Born 

March 7th 1780 Baptised May nth 1780. 
Elizabeth Daughter of William Edgar & Jane his Wife, Born 

Feb' 6. 1780. Baptised May nth 1780. 
Jamy Gate, Son of Jeremiah Meacham & Milly his Wife, born 

October 26th 1791, & baptized March 21st 1792. 
Louisa, Daughter of Aggy, a Slave belonging to John McLeod, 

born in March 1790, & baptized March 25th 1792. 
Lucy Massenburg, Dau' of John Mason (of Sussex Gounty) & 

Lucy his Wife, born October 26th 1791, & baptized April 

6th 1792. 
John, Son of John McKenny (of Sussex Gounty) & Rebeccah 

his Wife, born March 4th 1791, & baptized April 6th 1792. 
David, Son of William McGarter & Susannah his Wife, born 

October 6th 1791, and baptized May 9th 1792. 



344 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Joshua Son of Fanny, a Slave belonging to David Maitland, born 

February ist 1791, & baptized April 29th 1792. 
Thorny Branch, son of Reaps Mitchell & Susanna his Wife, bom 

Oct' 20th 1 79 1 & bap. May 13th 1792. 
John Malcolm died June 23d & was buried in St Pauls' Church- 
Yard, June 24th. 1792. 
Elizabeth McMurdo, Wifeof Charles J. McMurdo, died the 13th 

and was buried the 14th day of Sep:ember 1792. 
Martha, Anne, Elizabeth, Dau' of Charles J. McMurdo, and 

Elizabeth his Wife, was born *(the ist) of *(September) & 

baptized October nth 1792. 
Elizabeth McFarlane of Chesterfield County, was buried October 

1 6th 1792. 
Mary Wales, Dau' of Thomas Machen & Sally his wife, was 

bom June 8th 1791 & baptized November 2d 1792. 
Richard, S, of George May & Anna his Wife, bom September 

3rd & baptized December 29th 1792. 
Lettice Hickman, Dau' of William Meredith & Anne his Wife. 

bom Sept' 23rd & baptized Dec' 30th 1792. 
Pleasant Meredith, a Child of John Meredith, died the i8th & 

was buried the 20th of January 1793. 
John, S. of John McLeod, & Isabella his Wife was bom Jan^ 18 

& baptized March loth 1793. 
James. Son of William McDowell & Susanna his Wife, was born 

January 20th & baptized May 5th 1793. 
Elizabeth Agnes, Daughter of David Maitland & Susanna his 

Wife was bom April 23rd & baptized June 20th 1793. 
Lewis Lanier — Son of John Marks & Martha his Wife, bom 

May 6th & baptized July loth 1793. 
Jemimah Wyat, Dau' of Jeremiah Meachen & Milly his Wife, 

born March i6th & baptized August loth 1793. 
Polly, Dau' of Edward Marks & Sally his Wife, born July 24th 

&bap: Sep' nth 1793. 
Johanna, Dau' William Marks & Eliza his Wife, born August 

3rd& bap: Sep' 22 I79[ ]. 
Ephraim May was buried i6th Octr 1794. 



♦These blanks filled up by her son C. J. Gibson Dec'r 12th 1848. 
The above note is in Dr. Gibson's handwriting.— C. G. C. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 345 

Mary Currie Maitland dau' of David Maitland died 26th & buried 
27th Jan' 1795. 

Tazewell Son of Tho' Mitchell and Rebecca his wife (of the 
County of Sussex) born i6th Aug' 1794 and baptized 15th 
March 1795. 

Alexander Campbell Maitland Son of William Maidand & Eliz- 
abeth his wife was born Aug' 2d & baptized 9th D** 1795. 
Died Oct' 25th & buried Oct' 26th 1796. 

David Currie Maitland Son of Robert Maitland & Susan his 
wife, born 2d Nov' & bapt* 26th Dec' 1796: died Oct' 1797. 

N 

Mary dau : of Tho : & Margret Neel born 7th Nov : last bap' 

March 31th 1721. 
Phebe dau: of Dan & Eliz: Nance bom in octob' 17 12. 
Eliz: dau: of Ditto born 6th July 1719. 
Elinor dau of John & Jane Nance born 25th May last bap' July 

19th 1721. 
Fran: dau: of Raise & Ann Newhouse born 28th March 1720 

bap* July 1st 1721. 
Tho: Son of ditto: born ist sep* 171 2. 

Son of Rich & Dina 

James Son of Wm & Ann Norton born 2d of octob' 1721 bap' 

30th octob' 1722. 
Elinor dau of Dan & Eliz: Nance born 9th sep' last bap' 28th 

Octob' 1722. 
D: of Tho & Margaret Neel born last summer bap' Augs* 

6th 1723. 
Tho: son of Jn* & Jane Nance born 22th sep* last bap' Jan' 19th 

i 723-4- 
Peter son of Tho & Eliz: Nunnely born 3d Jan' bap* 2d feb' 

1723-4. 
Tho son of Tho: & Marg* Neel born i sep' 171 2. 
John s: of Rich & Mary Nance bor 15 decem last bap* 14th June 

1724. 
Mary d of Wm & Anne Norton born 9th Jan' last bap* Nov ist 

1724. 
Frances Da' of Thom and mary neel bom: 7th may bap' 25th 

July 1725. 



346 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Richard son of Jn" and Jane Nance born 24th Jan' bap' 15th 

May 1726. 
Eliz' Da* of Rich* and mary nance bom 7th Nov"" bap' 15th 

May 1726. 
Tho" son of Thomas and Eliz' nunnally born 27 sber: 1726. 
Martha D: of John and Ann Nipper born 19th No" 1726. 
Mark Son of Rob' and Eliz* Nobles born i8th May 1727. 
Sarhah female Slave of Th** and Eliz* Nunally born nth May 

1728. 
Sarah D of Th"* and Margrat Neal Born 5th Jan' 1727. 
Eliz' Dater of Daniel and Mary Nance Born 19th June 1728. 
Wm Son of John and Jane Nance Born 12th July 1728 Bap' July 

29th. 
Nan female Slave of Daniel nance Born Jan' y** 5th 1727. 
Sarah female Slave of Ditto Born aprill y* loth 1728. 
Obedience Dat' of Rich"* and Nunally Bom 26th No- 

vmber 1728. 
John Son of Th" and Eliz' Nunally Born 4th Dee*"' Bap' 12th 

Jan' 1728. 
Thomas Son of Thomas & Marget Neel Bom 4th July 1730 

Bap' 9th august. 
Leanord Son of Richard and Mary Nance Born 15th Deem' 

1730 Bap' 4th Jan'. 
Lucy D of Daniel & Eliz* nance Born 24th Dcember: 1730 Bap' 

Jan' loth. 
Daniel Son of Thomas & Eliz' Nunally Born 28th march 1731 

Bap' august 15th. 
Nathaniel son of Rich** & Mary Nance born 9th Dec' 1731 bap' 

May I2th 1732. 
Winny Slave of Dan' Nance born Oct' i. 1732. 
Mary D' of Thomas & Eliz' nunally Bom ith feb' 1732 Bap' 20th 

may 1733. 
James son of John & margret nevil Bom ith July 1733 Bap' 19th 

May 1734. 
Zachariah Son of Thomas and Eliz. Nunnally Born 19th May 

1735. Bap' 6th July. 
Jamey Male Slave Belonging to Dan' Nance S' Born Sep' ist 

1735. 
Giles S. of John and Martha Nance Bom 4th May. 1735. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 347 

Thomas Son of William & Ann Nance Born 29th February 

1735 Bap* 1 8th April 1736. 
Ann D. of Richard & Mary Newman B March 30th 1741. 
Anne D. of Richard & Mary Nances Bom Jan'^ 15th 174 1-2 & 

Bap* June 13th 1742. 
Sarah D. of William & Ann Nances born Jan'^ 30th 1742-3 & 

bapf* Feb'^ 27th 1742-3. 
Will a male Slave belonging to Daniel Nance born Feb 6th 

1744-5. 
Ned a male Slave belonging to Ditto born Dec' 1743. 
Sarah D. of Thomas & Priscilla Nantzs born Octob 19th 1745 

& bapt* Jan'' 6th 1745-6. 
Johney Nash son of John & Mary nash Mi^as Born Nov' 4th 1758. 
Thomas, son of Thomas and Agness Norton was Born January 

the 23d T755. 
Sarah Norton their Daughter was Born October the 21st 1756. 
Patty Norton their second Daughter was Born the 19th October 

1758. 
Frances Norton their third Daughter was Born June the ist 1760. 
William Norton their son was Bom April 22d 1762. 
Cressy, Dau' of Beck a negro slave, belonging to Mrs Lucy 

Newsum, was born March 15th and baptized September 

23rd 1792. 

O 

James son of Nico: 8c Jane Overby born 5th sep' last bap* 4th 

octob' 1720. 
Fran: dau: of Wm & Marg' Overby born 20th feb: last bap' 20th 

July 1721. 
Rob* son of Rich: & Dina Overby born iSth Aprill last bap* i8th 

June 1722. 
Adams son of Nico: & Jane Overby born 28th July last bap* 

Nov: 7th 1722. 
Nico: son of peter & Ann Overby bom ist sep* last bap* Nov: 

7th 1722. 
Eliz: Dau of Drury & Anne Oliver born 8th June 17 18. 
Johnson of Ditto born nth July 1720. 
Wm Son of ditto born 26th July 1722. 
Martha d of Rich: & Dinah Overbury born 8th decem last bap* 

feb: 6th 1723-4. 



348 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Martha D. of Drury & Amy Oliver born Nov: 25th last bap*^ 

Jan' 31th 1724-5- 
Abraham son of James and Ann Overberry bom 26th august 

last bap' 17th sep' 1725. 
Mary D of nicholas and Jane Overberry born 9th August bap' 

17th Sep* 1725. 
Martha D of Drury and Amy Oliveer Deceast Sp' y* 27th 1726. 
Eliz' D of ho ward and Margarat Owen born 24th July bap' 2d 

oct" 1726. 
Drury Oliver Son of Wm and Eliz* Olivier bom 12th Aprill 

1685. 
Martha D of Dmry and Amy olivier born 27th May 1727. 
Jaminah D' of Rich* and Dinah overberry born 26th Jan' 1727. 
Peter ^Son of Peter and ann overberry Born 30th July 1727. 
John Son of Th° and anne Oliver born i8th aprill 1728. 
John Son of Howard and Margret owen Born ith august 1728. 
Mary D of Drury and amy oliveer Born 8th march Bap* 20th 

aprill 1728. 
Thomas Son of Howard and margret owen Born 2d July 1730 

Bap* 25th octb'. 
Rubin Son of Richard & Dinah overberry Born 12th august 

1731. 
Lucy D: of James & Eliz: overbury Born 29th July 1733 Bap* 

2$th august. 
Thomas Son of Richard & Dinah Overbury Born July ist 1734. 
William Son of Lanceford and Elizabeth Owen Born 23d De- 

cemb' 1734. 
Thamar D. of Richard & Dinah Overby Born ist July 1734. 
Ann D. of Drury & Elizabeth Oliver Born Sep* 4th 1734 Bap- 
tized Octob' 27th. 
Elizbth D of Edward & Joyce Owan Feb'^ y*' 26th 1740. 
Catharine D. of Nicolas & Elizabeth Ogilbys Born March 22d 

1741-2 & Bap* May 9th 1742. 
Mildred D. of Isaac & Elizabeth Olivers born Octob 15th & 

bapf* Octob' 17th 1742. 
Thomas S. of Isaac & Elizabeth Olivers born Octob 19th & 

bapf* Dec' 25th 1743. 
Mary D. of James & Anne Olivers was born Sepf 6th & bapt* 

Dec' 8th 1745. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 849 

William S. of Isaac & Elizabeth Olivers was bom July 7th & 

bapt* Aug 17th 1746. 
Jean, Daughter of David Organ & Elizabeth his Wife, was bom 

April 2nd & baptized June 30th 1793. 
John Oliphant died the first day of Nov' & was buried the 3d of 

Nov. 1793. 
John Harrison Son of John Osbome & Jane his wife, bom 19th 

July 1794 and baptized 4th Dec' 1794. 



Wm son of John & Judith Puckett born 15th sep* last bap* 17th 

decern: 1720 
Smith son of John & Jane Pattison born 28th Aug: last bap' 

Nov: 27th 1720. 
Edith dau: of Wm & Mary Parsons bom 7th Aug: 17 19 bap: 

Nov: 27th 1720. 
Nathaniell son of John & Fran: peterson bom 12th Nov: last 

bap' Jan' 19th 1720-1. 
Phebe dau: of John & Judith puckett bom nth Jan' bap* March 

5th 1720-1. 
Rich son of Rich: & Martha puckett bom 7th March 17 18-19. 
Ephraim son of Womack & Mable Pucket bom 24th Jan' last 

bap* ApriU loth 1721. 
Martha dau: of Wm & Rebecca Pearcy born 9th Jan' last bap* 

4th June 1721. 
Fran: son of John & Eliz: Perkinson born 5th August last bap* 

Octob'Sth 1 72 1. 
Wm son of John & Susanna Pride bom xb' 19th 172 1 bap* Jan' 

31th 1721-2. 
Jeremiah son of Sara Patmm bom ist Jan' bap* March 21th 

1722. 
Eliz: dau: of Seth & Martha Pettypool bom 8th May 172 1 bap* 

Octob' 7th 1722. 
Jamime dau : of Wm & Mary Parsons bom 20th octob' last bap* 

16 sep* 1722. 
Eliz: dau of John & Mary price born 7th June last bap* i6th 

sep* 1722. 
Lewis son of Wm & Mary Puckett born 9th Jan' 1722-3 bap* 

May 5th 1723. 



350 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John son of Joss: & Mary Pritchett born ist May 17 16 bap* Aug: 

25th 1722. 
Wm son of ditto born 14th octo^' 17 19 bap* Aug 25th 1722. 
Fran dau of John & Jane Paterson bor 28th May last bap' Aug: 

13th 1722. 
Stephen son of Wm & ffrances petty pool jun' born 30th octob" 

1 721 bap' 14th feb 1722-3. 
Wm son of John & Fran : peterson bom 25 Octob' last bap' xb" 

7th 1723. 
Sarah D: of Seth & Martha Pool bom 7th Nov: last bap' Jan*" 

30th 1723-4. 
Joel son of John & Judith Pucket born nth Nov: last bap' 7th 

March 1723-4. 
Joseph son of Wm & Mary Persons bom bap' Aprill 

1 2th 1724. 
Isham son of Womack & Mable Puckett born 14th octob' last 

bap' Aprill 23th 1724. 
A negro belonging to Mr Wm Poythers bom ist of Au- 
gust 1724. 
Luis S: of Luis & Sarah Patrick born 17th Aug: last bap' Aprill 

1 8th 1725. 
Wm pool jun' had a Child born feb: 15th 1724-5. 
Tho: s of Nath & Penellope Parratt born 30th xb' last bap' 

March 28th 1725. 
Lucy D: of Seth & Mary perkinson born 6th instant bap' March 

27th 1725. 
Anne D: of Olive poxon died 30th July 1725. 
Eady Dat of Jn" and Jane paterson born 28th July 1724. 
phebe Dat of phebe parham born 9th oc'°* 1725. 
James Son of James and Mary pittillo born 23d Dec" 1725. 
Ann Dat of James and mary plat born 13th Oc"" 1725. 
Sheppyallin Son of Jn" and Judith pucket born 8th Nov"" 1725. 
Nathaniel Son of Nathaniel and penilopy parot bom feb' 12th 

bap' 29 may 1726: 1725. 
Anne Isham Dat of Wm and Sarah Poythris born 9th Ap' bap' 

5th June 1726. 
Jn** Son of Thomas and Isabell phillips born may 8th bap' June 

7 th 1726. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 351 

tabitha Dat of wm and Frances pool born oct" 13th bap' June 

6th 1726. 
Eliz' D of Wm and Mary pucket bom 19th feb 1725. 
Wm Son of Wm and Mary parsons born 24th may 1726. 
John Son of John and & Mary powel born i6th march 1725 

Bap* Aug' 22d 1726. 
John Son of Seth and Martha pettypool born 6th Jan' 1725. 
Sarah D of peter and frances plantine born 27th June 1726. 
Joseph Son of John and Ann phillips born 6th Nom' 1726. 
Th" Son of Edward and Eliz' Powell born 14th July 1727. 
Ann D of Hezekiah and Batiah Powel born i6th June 1726. 
Wm Son of Wm and Sarah poythres born 14th March 1727 bap' 

26th may 1728. 
Anna Dater of John and Mary Powell born 3d May 1728. 
peter Son of Seth and Marth Pittypool Born 17th May 1727. 
ann D of James and Mary pittillo Born 15th July 1728 Bap' 29th 

July. 
Littleberry Son of liewes and Sarah Partrick Born i8th May 

1728. 
Batty Son of Wm and mary parsons Born 22d August 1728. 
Stephen Son of John and Judith Pucket Born 17th octb' 1728 

Bap' No^ 10. 
Mary D of Nath'and Penilopy Parrot Born 21th Novmber 1728. 
Mason of Th'' and Isabell phillips Bom 23d July Bap' i6th Sep' 

1728. 
Phebe D of John and Judith Pucket Born 2d Jan' 1728. 
Liewes son of John and Mary Patterson Born 28th august Bap' 

2d feb' 1728. 
Ephraim son of Wm and frances Pucket Born 2d March Bap' 

30th June 1729. 
William Son of Tho" & Mary Parram Born 22d Sep' 1729. 
Alice D of Seth & Mary Perkinson Born 15th June 1729 Bap' 

27th June. 
Martha D of Joshua & Martha pritchett d' 15th April 1729. 

William Son of William . 

William Son of Zedekiah and Bathua Powel Bom 26th aprill 

1729 Bap' may 31th 1730. 
William Son of peter and frances plentine Born 5th Sep' 1729 

Bap' 31th mam 1730. 



852 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Pucket Son of John and Susana Pride Born 2d Sep' Bap' ith 

march 1729. 
Eliz' D of francis and hannah Poythris Born ith feb' 1729 Bap' 

8th aprill 1730. 
John Son of peter and Rebeckah pott Born 6th Sep' 1729. 
Richard price servant of Drury oliver Des* 29th June 1730. 
sarah Dater of Edward & Mary Parham Born i6th Dee' 1730 

Bap' 24th Jan'. 
Mary D of Thomas & Isabel phillips Born 9th march 1730 Bap* 

19th ap' 1731. 
Isham of Seth pirkinson Bom 8th may 1731 Bap* June 22d 1731. 
James Son of Nathaniel & penellope Parrott Born 12th febr: 

1730. 
Phillip Son of Wm & Frances pool Born 13th march 1730 Bap* 

1 2th Sep' 1 73 1. 
Sarah D: of William and Sarah poythris Bom 7th august 1731 

Bap* 7th octb'. 
John Son of John & mary Parham Born 26th Sep' Bap* 6th 

Novmb' 1 73 1. 
Mary D: John & anne phillips Born nth ap' Bap* Nom' 14th 

1731. 
Nathaniel Son of John & martha Peterson Born 25th ap' 1732. 
Rebeccah dat' of Hezekiah & Bathia Powell born 26th ffeb' 

1730 Bap* June i8th 1732. 
Frances dat' of Sam* & Amy Pitchford born 5th Jan^ 1731 bap* 

July 9th 1732. 
Jane Dat' of Peter & Rebecca Pott born loth ffeV 1731 hap* 

Aug* 13th 1732. 
Joshua of Josh' & Catherine Pritchett born 9th May 1732 bap* 

Aug* 13 1732. 
Rob* Son of Wm & Mary Perkinson born 13th Sep' & bap* y* 

28th 1732. 
Obedience Dat' of Jn* & Pricilla Pickins born 26th Oct' 1732 

bap* Dec' 26th 1732. 
ElL<?abeth D of Gower & archer parham Born 20th octb' 1732 

Bap* 24th feb'. 
Penellope D' of nathaniel & Penellope Parrott Bom 8th may 

1733 Bap* 20th may 1733. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 353 

anne D' of Edward & mary Parham Bom 14th march 1732 Bap* 

8th ap' 1733. 
Eliz* D' of George & Jane penticost Bom 3d feb' 1732 Bap' 20th 

may 1733. 
Eddith D: of Seth & Elisabeth pirkenson Born 20th July 1733 

Bap* 28th august. 
Mary D: of Edward & Elizabeth powell Bom 12th august 1733 

Bap* nov^ 4th. 
Charles Son of Charles & Sarah Pistole Bom 15th Sep' 1733 

Bap* nth Nov'. 
Frances D: of william & Frances Pettipool Born 18th apr* 1733 

Bap* Dee' loth. 
anne D: of Seth & martha Pettipool Born 25th Sep' 1733 Bap* 

dee' loth. 
Henry Son of James & mary Pittillo Bom 31th octb' 1730 Bap* 

feb' 9th. 
Lucy D: of Ditto Born nth Nov' 1733 Bap* Jan' 20th 1733. 
anne D: of Seth & martha pettipool Born 25th Sep' 1733 Bap* 

dee' 6th. 
Robert Son of John & Mary powell 17th Novm' 1733 Bap* feb' 

loth. 
Isham Son of Thomas & Mary Parham Born 17th Sep' 1732 

Bap* feb' 12th. 
John Son of Tho' & Mary Pott Born 12th octb' 1732 Bap* 12th 

feb' 1733. 
Dmry Son of John & Judith Pucket Born 25th Jan' 1733 Bap* 

1 2th feb'. 
Rebeckah d of Hezekiah & Bathia Powell decest 26th march 

1734. 
martha D: of Charles & mary Parrish Born loth May 1734 Bap* 

4th august. 
Rachel D: of Philip & Rachel Prescot Born 3d March 1733. 
Thomas Son of Charles & Sarah Pistol Bom 2d May 1735 Bap* 

6th July. 
Thomas S of Thomas and Mary Parham Born Septem' 22. 1734 

Bap. 4 May 1735. 
Jane female Slave belonging to Wm Parsons Born May ist 1729. 
Betty female Slave belonging to D** Born June 15th 1733. 
Dick male Slave belonging to D" Born June 19th 1731. 



354 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Dick male Slave belonging to D' Died Aug* 22 1731. 

Batty Son of William and Mary Parsons departed this life Octo' 

nth 1734. 
James Markham Son of William and Mary Parsons Bom the 

31 March 1731. 
James Markham Son of William and Mary Parsons departed 

this life Octo' 26th 1734. 
William S. of Gower & Archer Parham Bom the 2d July 1735. 
William S. of George and Jane Penticost Born 2d August 1734. 
Sarah D. of William & Juliana Peirce Born 17th Aug** 1734. 
James S. of Thomas & Izabella Phillips Born Sep' 12th 1734. 
Lucy D. of George & Jane Pentycost Bom January y^ 25 1 740. 
John S. of John & Elisabeth Porter Bom y*" 20 of febuary 1740. 
John s of John & Anne Phillips Born August y*" 20 1740. 
John Son of Wm. And Juliana Peircy Sep' 30th 1740. 
Susannah of Kaleb & Frances Pritchet B Aug 24th 1740. 
Patty D of Thomas & Mary Presise B Dec' 10th 1740. 
Magdaline D of Israeli & Elizabeth Peterson Bom Nov^ 21st 

1740. 
Wm. S. of Charles & Sarah Pistol B Dec' 19th 1740. 
Ann D of Morgan & Ann Purreah B August ist 1741. 
John S of Aron & Ann Pricheat B Feb'' 26 y^ 1740. 
Thomas S of Thomas & Mary Presise Born Dec' 27 1735. 
Mary Daughter of D** Born March y* 29th 1738. 
Elizabeth. D. of Major Will" & Sara Poythress's Bom Sep'' 

2ist 1741 & Bap' Nov' 22d 1741. 
Henry. S. of William Petty & Francis Pools Born Jan'^ 27th 

1 740-1 & Bap' Nov' 29th 1 741. 
Sara. D. of Daniel & Francis Pegrams Born Dec' 29th 1741 & 

Bap' Feb'' 28th 1741-2. 
Mary. D. of Gower & Archer Parhams Born Dec' 23d 1741 & 

Bap' March 14th 1 741-2. 
William. S. of Thomas & Mary Perrys Born Ap' 19th 1742 & 

Bap' May 9th 1742. 
William. S. of Edward & Mary Pegrams Born June i8th 1742 

& Bap' July 4th 1742. 
Mary D. of Edward & Amy Paynes Born Oct. i6th 1741 & Bap' 

July 24th 1742. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 355 

Anne D. of Joshua & Lucy Porters born Octob yth 1742 & bapt^ 

Dec' 1 2th 1742. 
George S. of John & Anne Phillips born Feb'' 15th 1742-3 & 

bapf* May 29th 1743. 
Anne D. of George & Jane Pentecost bom Sep*' 8th 1743 & 

bapf* Octob' Qth 1743. 
Reuben S. of Abram & Esaia Peebles was born Aprile nth & 

bapt** June 9th 1745. 
Frances D of M' John & Martha Petersons was bom Sept' 3d & 

bapt* Octob. 27th 1745. 
Elizabeth D. of John & Anne Phillips was born Feb. 5th 1745-6. 
Luke S. of Edward & Elizabeth Powels was born May 8th & 

bapf* Aug. 3d 1746. 
William Son of Joseph & Frances Parsons born May 9th bapf* 

29th May 1750. 
Edith Daughter of Wm. & Mary Parsons jun' Born 22nd May 

bap' Sep^ 1 6th 1750. 
Two Twins, Mary & Elizabeth Brown Daughters of William 

Brown & Servant Probey was Born July 20th 1761. 
William Son of Lewis & Sarah Parham was Bom april the 22d 

1761. 
William Paterson son of James Paterson & mary was born Sep' 

1 2th 1768. 
David Parrish Son of James Parrish Baptised July 4. 1771. 
Henry, Son of Lewis Parham (of Sussex County) & Rebeccah 

his Wife, born January 28 & baptized April 6th 1792. 
Lotty Williams, S. of Page a Negroe Slave belonging to The" 

G. Peachy, born July ist and baptized August 19th 1792. 
William Parsons, and his Wife (of Prince George) were buried 

September 3rd 1792. 
Jean Peachy Dau' of Samuel Peachy, was buried October nth 

1792. 

David, S, of William Perkins & Margaret his Wife, bom Octo- 
ber nth & baptized December 23rd 1792. 

Ann, Dau' of Wm Parry & Phoebe his Wife, born September 
7th 1789 & bap: Dec' 28th — 9[ ]. 

Peggie, Dau' of James Peebles & Betsy his Wife, bom Sept 
19th & bap: January 27th 1793. 

William Poythress died 15th and was buried i8th Ocf 1794. 



356 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Hannah Dau of Baldwin Pearce & Rebeccah his Wife, was bom 

February 23rd and baptized April 2nd 1793. 
Sarah H. Pope. Dau' of Ralph Pope, died June 19th & was 

buried June 20th 1 793. 
James Son of William Prentis & Mary his Wife, born August 

3. & baptized Sept' 23rd 1793. 
Mary, Dau' of William Poythress & Mary his Wife, bom Sept' 

24 & bap: Nov. 7. 1793. 

R 

Mary dau: of Christ' & Sarah Robinson bom 3d June last bap' 

17th decern: 1720. 
Wm A Moll belonging unto Hen: & Eliz: Royall bom 7th Aug: 

1720 bap' Jan' 30th 1720-1. 
Martha dau of Hen : & Martha Rottenbery born ist sep* last 

bap* 1 2th octob' 1720. 
Matthew son of Israel & Sarah Robinson born 22th Nov: last 

bap* Aprill 30th 1721. 
Margaret A Mollatto belonging to Godfry & Eliz: Ragsdale bom 

7th Nov' last bap May 28th 1721. 
Daniel son of Wm & Fran: Rowlet born loth June last bap* 

July 30th 1721. 
John of John & Mary Rackly born 14th day of June 1720 bap*' 

i8th July 1721. 
Fran: Son of Hen: & Eliz: Royall bom loth Jan' last bap* July 

4th 1721. 
Mary dau of Wm & Mary Russell bom 2d decem 17 19 bap* 

octob' 9th 1 72 1. 
Martha dau of Wm & Eliz Russell bom 14th decern**' Last bap* 

Aprill 8th 1722. 
Tab: dau of Godfry & Eliz Radgsdale born 13th March last bap* 

May 20th 1722. 
Jack a negro boy belonging to Dan : Radgsdale born Octob' 8th 

1722. 
Ann dau of Hen: & Eliz: Robinson born Jan: 6th 17 19 bap* 

August 25th 1722. 
Faith dau of peter & Alice Radgsdale born 24th octob' last bap' 

27th decem 1722. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 357 

peter son of Hen: & Eliz: Robinson bom 27th last bap* 

Jan: loth 1722. 
Nath son of Christ & Sara Robinson bom 21th octob' last bap^ 

Jan loth 1722-3. 
Rich son of Jn" & Rebecca Raburn Born 28th May last bap* 

Aug: 2ith 1723. 
John son of Israel & Sarah Robinson bom 8th May last bap* 

Aug 2ith 1723. • 
Nath: son of John & Mary Robinson born 21th June last bap* 

Aug* 2ith 1723. 
Edward son of Godfrey & Eliz: Radgsdale born 8th decemb' last 

bap* Jan 12th 1723-4. 
Rich: son of Hen: & Marg' Rottenberry born 30th June last 

bap* 29th July 1724. 
Dan: son of Benj' & Martha Radgsdale born 7th May last bap* 

sep* 6th 1724. 
Mary d of Ja & Eliz Rigsby born loth octob' last bap* nth x^" 

1724. 
Patt a negro girl belonging to Mr. Peter & Mary Rowlett born 

15th feb: 1724-5. 
Joseph son Peter & Alice Radgsdale born 17th Jan' last may 

23th 1725. 
Israil Son of Israil and Sarah Robertson born 14th nov" 1725. 
Abr'ham Son of Jn* and Mary Robertson born 20th July 1725. 
Daniel A negro slave of Ge* and mary Rob*son born Dec' 1723. 
Matthew A negro of D** bom sep' 1724. 
Harry A negro of ditt* born May 1726. 
Cesar a negro of ditto born aprill 1726. ' 
Daniel Son of Josep and Sarah Reeves born 31th august bap' 

II sep* 1726. 
John Son of tho™ and Eliz' Rhaynes bom 5th July bap* 2d oct"" 

1726. 
Mary D of thomas and Hannah Roberts born 17th August 1726. 
Sarah slave of George and Mary Rob*son born 17th July 1726. 
Lot Slave of Ditto born 17 th 1726. 

Rachail D of benj' and martha Ragsdail born 28th June 1726. 
Martha D of Christopher and Sarah Robinson bom 27th ffebu- 

ary 1724. 
Liewes Son of henry and Eliz' Robinson born 17th Marph 1723. 



858 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Thomas Son of John and Rebeckah Raybom born i6th Sep" 

1726. 
ann Daughter of James and Eliz' Rigsby born 19th Jan' 1726. 
John Son of Christopher and ann Rowland born 20th May 1727. 
ann D of peter and alee Ragsdail born 25th May 1727. 
ffrances D. of John and Mary Robinson bom 3d March 1726. 
Jemiah D of Wm and Mary Reed bom 9th Dee" 1724. 
John Son of Benj' and Martha Ragsdail Born 23d June 1728. 
Deborah Son of henry and Ellz' Robertson Born 14th March 

1727 Bap' 2d June. 
David Son of Israil and Sarah Robertson Bom 19th august 1728. 
Francis Son of Tho' & Mary Reese born 5th of Decem*^ 1727. 
John Son of Henry & Eliz Royall born 23d October 1729. 
Mark Son of Jn" & Mary Robertson bom 23d June 1729. 
John Son of Jn* and Rebeckah Raybom Bom 30th Novm' 1729. 
Peter Son of Roger and Sarah Ranie Born 20th March 1729 

Bap' May 29th 1730. 
Prissilla D of Hug and Sarah Riss Born 21th feb' 1729 Bap* loth 

May 1730. 
agnis D of Christophar and ann Roland Born 7th Jan' Bap' 22d 

feb' 1729. 
Tho: Son of Thomas and Mary Rees Born 2d novm' Bap' 22d 

feb' 1729. 
Benj' Son of John and Eliz' Roland Born 6th feb' Bap' 2d march 

1729. 
James Son of Partrick & Isabellah Royall Born 20th June 1730. 
Mary D of Joseph and Sarah Reeves Bom 20th Sep' 1730. 
Baxter Son of Godfrey and Eliz' Ragsdail Born i6th June 1730. 
Nicholas Son of Thomas and ann Rollings Born 4th octb' 1730. 

Negro Slaves of M' George Robertson Minister. 

Daniel male Slave Born 5th Dee' 1723. 
Matthew male Slave Born 25th sept' 1725. 
Harry male Slave Born 26th March 1726. 
Lott male Slave Born loth May 1726. 
Sarah female slave Born i6th July 1726. 
Cesar male Slave Born 4th Dee' 1727. 
Nanny female Slave Born 4th July 1728. 
Tom male Slave Born 26th Dee' 1728. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 359 

amy female Slave Born 25th July 1730. 

Liewess male Slave Born 3d august 1730. 

George male Slave Born 2d Sep' 1730. 

Betty female Slave Born 5th Sep' 1730. 

Jo: male Slave Bom 29th March 1731. 

Ned male Slave Bom 15th Sep' 1730. 

William Son of Roger & Sara: Reiny Born 13th ap' 1731 Bap' 

1 2th Sep' 
Son of Shanes & mary Raines Born 12th Sep' 1731 Bap* 

20th octb'. 
Nicholas Son of Israil & Sarah Robinson Born 12th sep*' Bap* 

novmbr 7th 1731. 
Isham Son of John & anne Ratlif Born loth octb' 1731. 
Edward Son of John & Mary Robertson Born 22d Dee' 1731 

Bap* 23d ap' 1732. 
Winfred daughter of Benj* & Martha Ragsdale born ffel/ 17th 

Martha dat' of Roger & Eliz' Reese bom ffeiy 9th 1730 bap* 

May 2ist 1732. 
Jean Dat' Rich* & Jean Raybon born 28th Ap* 1732 bap* Aug* 

13th 1732. 
Martha dat' of Jn** & Sarah York born 3d June 1732 bap* 13 Aug* 

1732. 
Frederick son of Rich* & Jane Rains born 9th June 1732 bap* 

Sep' 14th 1732. 
Alse dat' of Tho* and Eliz* Reams born 31st March 1732 bap* 

Sep' 24 1732. 
Sarah dat' of Christ" & Ann Rolland born 26th Sep' 1732 bap* 

Dec' 17 1732. 
Rachel D: of peter & alice Ragsdail Born 27th feb' 1732 Bap* 

march 15th. 
William Son of James & Sarah Rutiidge Born 9th may 1732 

Bap* ap' 7th 1733. 
Isham Son of hugh & Sarah Reese Born 8th august 1732 Bap* 

20th may 1733. 
John Son of Thomas Reese Born 30th Sept' 1731 Bap' 20th may 

1733- 
Josept Son of Joseph & Sarah Reaves Bom 5th Dec' 1732 Bap* 
ith august 1733. 



360 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Francis son of Tho* & Hanah Roberts Bom 29th June 1733 Bap* 

5th Aug' 
Charles Son of Israil & Sarah Robinson Born 24th July 1733 

Bap' 28th Sep'. 
of Roger & Sarah Rainy Born 12th octob' 1733 Bap* 

Dee' loth. 
Charles Son of Roger & Eliz' Reese Born 3d ap' 1733 Bap' 30th 

dee'. 
Phill male Slave of Thomas Ravenscroft Born 8th June 1734. 
Benjamine Son of Benjamine & Martha Ragsdail Born 28th 

March 1734 Bap' July 14th. 
Michael Son of John & Judith Roberds Born 7th may 1734 Bap* 

30th June. 
Thomas Son ot Thomas & Elisabeth Reams Bom loth Jan' 1733 

Bap' 28th July 1734. 
Rob' S of John and Mary Robinson Born June loth 1734. 
Ann d of Henry & Ann Robinson Born May 8th 1734. 
Mary D. of Thomas & Mary Reese Bom 8th Octob' 1733. 
Sarah D. of Hugh & Sarah Reese Born loth Octob' 1735. 
Isham s of Joseph & Sarah Reaves Bom January y* 25 1740. 
John s of Hugh & Elisabeth Ray Born June y" 14 1741. 
Thomas S of Robert and Hannah Rivers B June 28th 1740. 
Thomas S of John & Mary Reess B Feb'' 12th 1739. 
George S of Martha & Sarah Robarson B Dec' 6th 1740. 
Mason D of Thomas & Mary Reess B July loth 1740. 
James S of Hugh & Sarah Reess Bom August y" 29 1741. 
Hannah female Slave of of Judath Roberts Born De°" y' ist 

• 1735. 
Jack male Slave of Dito was Born January y® 29th 1737. 
Sarah female Slave of Dito was Born July y** 15th 1741. 
William S. of Samuel & Anne Rawthorns Born Nov' 4th 1741 & 

Bap' May 2d 1742. 
Peter S. of Henry & Susanna Robertsons Born Mar: 21st 1742 

& Bap' July 25th 1742. 
David & Lowerel twin Child" of Charles & Anne Roupers were 

Born June 29th 1742 & Bap' Aug. 15th 1742. 
Elizabeth D. of Hugh & Elizabeth Raes born April 25th 1743 

& bapt* May 22* 1743. 
Usiller D. of Timothy & Mary Reeves bom July 7th 1743. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 861 

Sarah D. o( Peter & Sarah Roshill bom march ist 1743-4 bapt* 
apr 29th 1744. 

Judith D. of William & Priscilla Reeves born Aug. loth & bap- 
tized Octob' 14th 1744. 

John S. of Philip & Mary Rogers born Aprile 14th & bapt** July 
2ist 1745. 

Elizabeth D. of Patrick & Sarah Roney was bom March 5th 

1745-6. 
Neil S. of Hugh & Elizabeth Raes was bom Feb. 19th 1745-6 

bapt* Apr 2d 1746. 
Sarah Slave to partrick & Sarah Roneys born Septem' 3d 1754. 
William Reaves Son of John & France" Reves was Born July y* 

13 1743- 
Mary Reves Daughter of Ditto was Bom July y* 17 1745. 
John Reves Son of Ditto was Born Nov' the 15th 1747. 
Richard Reves the Son of Ditto was Born Octo' the 5th 1750. 
Thomas Reves their Son of Ditto was Born Sep' the 15 1753. 
Thomas Roney son of Patrick and Sarah Roney was born Jan' 

19 1756. 
John Roney the son of Ditto Born October the 8th 1757. 
Richard Russell Son of Wm and Rachel Russell was Born 1759 

Sep' y' loth. 
Tim, Son of Nanny, a Slave belonging to William Robertson, 

bom August 28th 1791, & baptized March 25th 1792. 
Thomas, Son of Jeany, a Slave belonging to William Robertson, 

born January 4th & baptized March 25th 1792. 
Susannah, Dau' of Joel Reading (of Sussex) & Martha his Wife, 

born Nov' 6th 1791, & bap. May 13th 1792. 
Elizabeth Archer, D' of James Robertson, & Martha F, his 

Wife, born Nov' 27th 1791, & bap* May 30th 1792. 
Robert, S, of Robert Russel and Jenny his Wife, born the 6th 

& baptized the 12th of August 1792. 
Edmund Ryan of the Town of Petersburg died the 25th, and 

was buried the 26th of October 1792. 
John Fetherstone, S, of Jacob Reese & Diancy, his Wife, born 

May 14th, & baptized December 15th 1792. 
Littleberry S, of William Royal & Sarah his Wife, born Nov' 

2nd & baptized Dec' 27th 1792. 



362 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Anne, Dau' of William Robertson & Elizabeth his Wife, was 

born Nov' 25th, 1792 & baptized January 6th 1793. 

Reeves wife of James Reeves buried 20th Dec' 1794- 

Col. John Reeves (of Sussex) buried March 15th 1795. 
Patrick, Son of Robert Roe & Nancy his of Albemarle Parish — 

Sussex County — was born April 9th 1792. & baptized May 

26th 1793. 
John Alexander Son of James Robertson & Martha Feild his 

Wife born May 29th & baptized August 7th 1793. 



Thompson son of Thompson & Ruth Staples born 12th instant 

bap* Nov: 27th 1720. 
Jeny a negro girl belonging unto Ja: Sturdivant born 6th March 

1720-1. 
Rebecca dau of Wm & Rebecca Scoggin born 7th Jan' last bap' 

Apr ill 30th 1 72 1. 
John son of Rich: & Mary Scoggin born 22th July last bap' 17th 

Sep*' 1 72 1. 
Griffin son of Drury & Eliz: Stith born 28th Nov: last bap' July 

i8th 1721. 
John son of Wm & Mary Spain born 22th March last bap' octob' 

23th 1721. 
Catherine dau: of John & Mary Sturdivant i6th instant bap* 

23th octobe' 1721. 
Edw: son of Eliz: Stuard born 19th August last bap* octob' 

29th 1721. 
Eliz: dau: of James & Eliz Sandert born 23th May last bap* 

July 29th 1722. 
Mary dau: of Tho: & Mary Stonebank born loth Octob: last 

bap' 2d decem 1722. 
Phebe bast dau of Ann Shipton born 9th July 1721 bap 22th 

July 1722. 
Agnis dau of Rich & Agnis Smith born 9th Arill last bap* 25th 

July 1722. 
Angelica dau of Geo & Ann Stell born iSth decem: 1718 bap* 

25th August 1722. 
James son of ditto born 17th Aprill 1720 bap* Aug: 25th 1722. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 863 

David son of Geo & Eliz: Smith bor 2d instant bap 13th Aug: 

1722. 
James son of John & Agnis Smith born 13th Nov last bap: 13th 

Aug: 1722. 
Phebe dau of Wm & Mary Smith born 7th May last bap Aug: 

13 1722. 
Eliz dau of Ann Shipton bom 26th Novem : Last bap' 27th de- 
cern 1722. 
Wm son of Wm & Mary Spain born 9th of March last bap' May 

5th 1723. 
Rich son of Rich & Mary Scoggin bom 15th fe** last bap* May 

26th 1723. 
Wm son of Wm & Rebecca scoggin born i8th march last bap' 

May 26th 1723. 
Eliz: dau of Rob' & Eliz: Stoker bora 14th octob' last bap' Nov: 

7th 1723. 
John son of Drury & Eliz Stith born 20th march last bap' Aprill 

loth 1724. 
Wm son of John & Eliz: Sturdivant born 12th Nov: 1723 bap' 

2d feb. 1723-4. 

a negro born belonging to ditto bom 12th Sep' 1723. 

Rinnian A negro boy belonging to Dan Sturdivant born 4th 

May 1724. 
Phillis A negro Girl belonging to ditto born May 5th 1724. 

Han: d of Wm & Marg* Stow born bap' May 24th 1724. 

Sarah d of Rich & Agnis Smith born 30th Aprill last bap' 2d 

July 1724. 
fran d of Thompson & Ruth staples born 14th May Last bap' 

June 2ith 1724. 
Joss s: of Geo: & Eliz: Smith born July 2d last bap' 27th ditto 

1724. 
Fran: D. of Jmes & Mary Sturdivant bora 25th August last bap' 

decem: 31th 1724. 
Catherine D. of Wm & Mary Smith born 25th octob' last bap' 

Aug: 22th 1725. 
Joshua son of Wm and Mary Spain born loth July last 1725. 
David son of wm and Rebeckah Scogin born 27th nov"" 1725. 
Sarah Dat of Jn" and agnis Smith born 15th ap' 1725. 
Mary Dat of Rob' and frances Stanfield born 6th Jan' 1724. 



364 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

francis son of Rich* and mary Scogin born 226. augst 1725. 
Elizab Dat of Th** and mary Satterwhite born 226. Ap' bap' 8th 

may 1726. 
matthew son of Jn* and mary Sturdivant bom Ap' 29th bap' 8th 

may 1726. 
Olive Da* of Jn" and Jane Stroud born 17th feb' bap' June 6th 

1726. 
Mary D of Thomas and Ann Stunks born 12th Aug' 1726. 
Jane D of Wm and Mary Smith born 28th November 1726. 
Abrattam Son of Wm and Marg' Stow born 6th oct" 1726. 
Matthew Son of Eliz' Stuard bom 6th Jan^ 1726. 
John Son of Wm and Margaret Stroud bom 29th Nov" 1726. 
Eliz' D of Th* and Mary Sturdifant born i8th Nov" bap' 18 feh 

1727. 
Eliz' D of Th* and Ann Stunks Born 25th aprill 1728. 
Jane D of George and Eliz' Smith Bom Jan' last 1727 Bap' 2d 

June. 
Eliz' D of Rich* and ann Stanley Born 26th June 1727 Bap' 

29th July. 
Priscilla D of William and Eliz' Standley Born loth august 1728. 
Mary Dat' of John and mary Sturdifant Born 21th Novm' 1728 

Bap' Dec" 25th. 
Samson male Slave of Ditt" Born 20 aprill 1728. 
Rob' Son of Rob' and Frances Stanfield Bom March nth 1729. 
Jonathan son of samuel and.Mayr Sental Born 26th May Bap* 

6th June 1729. 
Barthurst Son of Drury and Eliz'stith Born 19th sep' 1729. 
Mary D of James and Mary Sturdivant Born i8th august 1729. 
Tom Male Slave of Ditt" Bom 31th august 1729. 
Martha & Lutia D" of Rich* & Mary Scoggan Born nth of 

July 1729. 
William Son of William and Eliz' Stanley Born nth Jan'^ Bap' 

19th March 1729. 
Matthew Son of Robert and Eliz' Stoker Born august 21th Bap' 

Oct' 2d 1729. 
Wm son of Joseph and Mary Stroud Born 22d feb' 1729 Bap' 

loth may 1730. 
Eliz' D of Lewellin and Mary Sturdvant Born 19th Nov' 1729 

Bap' 31 may 1730. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 365 

frances D of Th* and Martha Spain Born 9th Deem' 1729 Bap* 

30th march 1730. 
Mary D: of Jn" and Jean Stroud Born 29th aprill 1730 Bap* 12th 

July- 

Toby Male Slave of James Sturdivant Born ith Sep' 1730. 
Eliz' D of Wm & Mary Spain Born May 30th 1731 Bap* au- 
gust Ith. 
Mary D. of Jacob & Mary Summerell Born march ith 1730 Bap* 

august Ith 1731. 
amy female Slave of William & mary Spain Born 7th march 

1730 Bap* 29th august 1731. 
Prissilla D of Thomas & anne Stunks Born 25th august 1731 Bap* 

loth octbe'. 
Thomas william Shorie Son of William shorie Born 6th feb' 

1726. 
Prisilla D: of Tho" & martha Spain Born 7th Sep' Bap* 24th 

Sep' 1731. 
Thomas son Drury & Eliz' Stith Born 29th Dee' 1731 Bap* 24th 

ap' 1732. 
Elisabeth female Slave of Drury & Eliz' stith Born 12th June 

1725. 
Poll female Slave of Ditto Born 20th June 1725. 
Liewess male Slave of Ditto Born 3 feb' 1726. 
Christian female Slave of Ditto Born 5th Nov' 1727. 
Martha female Slave of Ditto Born 4th Nov' 1728. 
Hannah female Slave of Ditto Born 30th april 1730. 
Ned male Slave of Ditto Bom 29th Jan'^ 1731. 
Moses son of Jn* & Eliz' Smith born Nov' 28th 1731 Bap* May 

8th 1732. 
Ann Dat' of Rob* & Eliz' Stoaker born Jan' 30th 1731 Bap* June 

loth 1732. 
Joell Son of Jn* & Mary Sturdivant born May i8th 1732 Bap* 

June 16 1732. 
Era' a girl Slave of D* born Ap' 15 1730 D\ 
Roben a boy Slave of D" born June it 1732. 
Eliz' Dat' of Biggen & Sarah Sturdivant born Ap' 28th 1732 

Bap* June i8th 1732. 
David son of Joseph & Mary Stroud born 19th March 1731 Bap* 

June i8th 1732. 



366 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Mary dat' of Rich** & Mary Scoggan born ist July 1732 bap* 

20th Aug' 1732. 
Mary dat' of Lewellen & Mary Sturdivant born 20th Nov' 1731 

bap' Sep' 20th 1732. 
Ann Dat' of Tho' & Mary Savage born Dec' 28 bap' Dec' 31. 

1732. 
Son of Jacob & Mary Summerrell Born 25th June 1727 

Bap- octb' 15th. 
Thomas Son of Partrick & Eliz' Smith Born 23d octb' 1731 Bap' 

Jan' 30th. 
Phillis fe" slave of James & mary sturdivant Born No' 1731. 
Ceasor male slave of ditto Born 15th feb' 1732. 
Mary Mullatto girl of Elizabeth stuart Born 19th Sep' 1732 Bap' 

feb' 4th. 
Thomas son of Thomas & sarah suttawhite Born 15th Febuary 

1732 Bap' 26 march 1733. 
Rebeckah D' of James & Mary Sturdivant Bom 22d ap' 1733. 

Bap' may 8th. 
Roger male Slave of william & mary Spain Born 29th 1732 Bap' 

8th ap' 1733. 
antony male Slave of Ditto Born 7th feb' 1732 Bap' 8th ap' 1733. 
David son of Thomas & Martha Spain Born ith march 1732^ 

Bap' 8th ap' 1733. 
Batt peter son of william & mary Spain Bom 9th Sep' 1733 Bap' 

2 Ith octb'. 
Boiling Son of Wm & Mary Starkes Bom 21th Sep' 1733 Bap' 

nth nov'. 
Jane D: of Samuell & Mary Sentall Bom 5th March 1733 Bap' 

20th May 1734. 
Thomas Savage Decs'* 7th June 1734. 
anne D: of John & Mary Shern Born 3d march 1733 Bap' 23d 

June 1734. 
anne D: of Richard and Mary Scogin Born 25th May 1734 Bap' 

nth august. 
William Son of Jacob & Mary Summerell Born 29th May 1733 

Bap' July 2d. 
Henry Fitz Son of Ann Sental Born i8th July 1734 Bap' 26 day 

Septemb'. 
Isaac S of Luellin & Mary Sturdivant Born June 8. 1734. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 867 

James Son of James and Mary Sturdivant Born March 28, 1735 

Bap* 27 Ap^ 
John S. of John and Mary Stuart. Bom 16 Octob' 1734 Bapt 19 

Ap* 1735. 
Margaret D of Robert and Elizabeth Stoaker Born Aug' 26. 

1734 Baptiz** Sept 6th. 
James S of William and Elizabeth Stanley Born Octob' i6th 

1734- 
James S. of Daniel and Sarah Sturdivant Born i8th June 1735. 
Henry S of James & Elisabeth Smart Born December y" 15 1740. 
Martha D of Daniel & Sarah Sturdefant Born March y** 22 1740. 
Abby female Slave belonging to James Sturdivant Born March 

y^ 15th 1740. 
Dennice Male Slave of James Sturdivant Bom August y* 5 1741. 
Thomas s of Thomas and Mary Short was Born August y* 6 

1741. 
Wm son of George and mary Smith Born August y*" 4th 1739. 
Fanney D of Ann Steward B August ist 1740. 
James S of Wm and Elizabeth Stanley B. Novem^ nth 1740. 
Elizabeth D of Thomas & Susannah Snipes B Nov' 28th 1740. 
James S. of John & Mary Still B Feb'' 28th 1 740-1. 
Mary D. of Archiball & Mary Smith B May nth 1741. 
Susannah D of George and Mary Smith B Apr' 8th 1741. 
Hardship D of Clemond and Stradford B Decem' 2d 

1740. 
Frederick S. of Matthew & Sarah Smart B Feb^' 8th 1740. 
Wm S. of Richard Cross & Frances Still B April 13th 1740. 
Benjamine Son of Richard & Agnis Smith Born June 22 1741. 
Lidey female Slave of James Sturdavant B Febuary y** 25 1741. 
Phebe female Slave of John Sturdavants B Febuary y" 20 1741. 
Anne D of John & Mary Saunders Born Nov' 9th 1741 & Bap' 

Feb'' 28th 1 74 1-2. 
Pa tie Tadlock D. of Mary Stephens Born Aug. 25th 1741 & 

Bap* Feb' 14th 1 741-2. 
Matthew S. of John & Anne Scoggins Bom Dec' 31st 1741 & 

Bap' Ap' nth 1742. 
John S. of Susanna Stewart Born Aug. 30th 1741 & Bap' July 

4th 1742. 



368 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Martha D. of Elizabeth Stewart Born Octob 3d 1741 & Bap' 

July 4th 1742. 
John a Slave of Col* John Stith Bom July i6th 1741 & Bap* 

July 25th 1742. 
William S. of William & Rebecca Saunders Born March 7th 

1741-2 & Bap' July 4th 1742. 
Susanna D. of Francis Sturdivant Bom Mar. 13th 1 741-2 & 

Bap' Aug. 7th 1742. 
Dmry S. of Patrick & Elizabeth Smiths Born Aug. 7th 1742 & 

Bap' Sep' 19th 1742. 
Agge Slave of James Sturdavant was Born February 23d 1742. 
Answich Female Slave of Ditto was Born April 24th 1743. 
Agge D. of Mary Sauntie born Dec' 25th 1731 & bapt* Nov' 

14th 1742. 
Clement S. of David & Obedience Smiths born Nov' 27th 1742 

& bapt^ May 15th 1743. 
David S. of John & Priscilla Smiths born Dec' i8th 1742 & bapt* 

June 1 2th 1743. 
Sylvana D. of James & Elizabeth Smarts bom April i6th & 

bapt* June 12th 1743. 
Joshua S. of George & Mary Smiths bom Sept' 9th & bapt"" 

Octo** 1 6th 1743. 
Mary D. of George & Goodith Stillmans born Octob 8th & bapt* 

Nov' 13th 1743. 
Martha D. of Mr Thomas & Mary Shorts born Dec' 26th 1743 

& bapt* Jan" 22d 1743-4. 
Joseph S. of Henry & Catharine Spires born Sep" 5th 1743 bap'* 

ap. 29th 1744. 
Mally D of Daniel & Sarah Sturdivants bom Aug 5th & bap* 

Sep' 17 th 1744. 
Lucy D. of Patrick & Elizabeth Smiths born Octob' 12th & 

bapt* Nov' 25th 1744. 
David & Elizabeth Children of David & Obedience Smiths bora 

Dec' 24th 1744 bapt* Jan' 7th 1744-5. 
William S. of Mr John & Jemima Scotts bom Sept' 1740 

baptized March i8th 1744-5. 
Stephen S. of Mr John & Jemima Scotts born Aug. 31st 1742 

baptized March i8th 1744-5. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 369 



Jumbo born Octob' 6th 1738 
Sarah bom Aprile 1739 
Lucy born Nov' 15th 1741 
Nann bom May 3d 1744 
Harry born Dec' 22d 1744 
Doctor born Sep" 14th 1745 
Antony bom Octob' 27th 1745 ^ 



Slaves belonging to Cap* 
. Thomas Short baptized Jan'' 
5th 1745-6. 



Millinton S. of George & Mary Smiths was born Dec' 7th 1745. 
George S. of George & Elizabeth Scoggins was born Jan'' 28th 

1745-6 & baptd Feb 19th 1745-6. 
Daniel S of Daniel & Sarah Sturdivants was born March 29th 

& bapf* June ist 1746. 
Cesar born March 29th 1748 | Slaves belonging to 

Argan a female born 29th of Aprile 1748 j Mr William Skipwith 
Charles Son of Matt Steward and Mary Toney born Decem' 22d 

1750. 
Thompson son of John & Ann Sturdivant bom Sep' nth 1752. 
Rachel a Negro Girl slave Belonging To S' William Skipwith 

was Born May 13th 1761. 
Mary Epes Stirdevent Daughter of John & Ann Stirdevent was 

Bom Jan' 18 1750. 
Ann Isham Stirdevent Daughter of Ditto was Bom Octo' loth 

1754. 
John Stirdevent son of Ditto was Born may 20th 1756. 
Salley Stirdevent Daughter of Ditt** was Born July 20th 1758. 
Joel Stirdevent son of John & Ann Stirdevent was Born January 

y^ 15th 1764. i 
Elizabeth, Daughter of William Stainback & Ann Lamboth his 

wife, was Born Nov' y* 20th 1766. 
John Sturdivant y* 3d Son of James & Mary Sturdivant was 

bom the 22d day of September 1766. on a Monday between 

three & four OClk in the afternoon. 
Ann Grant Spencer Daughter of Rich** Spencer & Eliz*** his wife 

was Bom February the 15th 1767. 
Ann the daughter of William & Ann Stainback was born feb' 

20th 1769. 
Rebecka Stainback Daughter of Wm and Stainback Born 

Feb' 4. 1770. 



370 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Sally Hall, Daughter of Charles & Ellen Stimpson, was bom 

January 24th & baptized Feoruary 26th 1792. 
Elizabeth D' of Polly Spruce, a free Mulatto, born May ist 

1 79 1, & baptized March 4th 1792. 
Sarah Feild D' of Alexander Glass Strachan & Sarah his Wife, 

born January 22d and baptized March 18th 1792. 
William Allfriend Son of Nancy a Slave belonging to Alex' 

Glass Strachan, born January 13th & baptized March i8th 

1792. 
William, Son of William Smith (of Petersburg) died April 8th 

& was buried April 9th 1792. 
James, Son of William Scoggin & Selah his Wife, born April 

7th 1790, & bap: May 13th 1792. 
Sally Dau' of the same bom Nov' 17th 1791, & baptized May 

13th 1792. 
Sarah Feild Dau' of Alexander G. Strachan died May 17th & 

was buried May 19th 1792. 
John Taylor, Son of Judy, a Negroe Slave belonging to Anthony 

Sidner, was born December i8th 1791, & baptized May 27th 

1792. 
Letty Rays D' of Sally Rays, a Mulatto Slave belonging to 

Thomas Shore, born Aug* 9th 1791, & baptized June 17th 

1792. 
Mary Anne Thompson^ D' of Joel Sturdivant & Frances W. his 

Wife, born July 9th 1789. 
Sally Servant, D' of the same, born May ist & baptized June 

17th 1792. 
Johnny S, of Jeanie, a Negroe Slave belonging to Zachariah 

Shackleford, born June i6th & baptized July 15th 1792. 
John Benjamin, Son of Benjamin Smith, and Anne his Wife, 

was bom September 23rd and baptized October 27th 1792. 
Nathaniel Birchett, S. of James Sturdivant & Patsey his Wife, 

was born March 7th 1790, and baptized October 7th 1792. 
Robert S. of D", born January 9th & baptized October 7th 1792. 
Margaret Lang, Dau' of William Sharp, & Winnifred his Wife, 

born, June 5th & baptized Dec' 25 1792. 
Sarah Howlet, Dau' of Launcelot Stone & Elizabeth his Wife, 

was born January 30th & baptized May 5th 1793. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 371 

Sarah Daughter of John Shore & Anne his wife, was born 

of & baptized June 28th 1793. 

John Sturdevant sen' died August 25th & was buried Sept' 5th 

1793. 
Thompson Sturdevant died August 25 & was buried Sept' 5. 

1793- 

Shore dau' of Dr. John Shore buried 29th Nov' 1794. 

John Sturdevant died i8th & was buried 19th Feb^ 1795. 
Sturdivant Son of Daniel Sturdivant buried 20th May 

1795- 
Daniel Sturdivant was buried Jan' 21st 1798. 
Helen Stott dau' of Ebenezer Stott & Elizabeth his wife, born 

15th Aug* & bapt* 1 8th of Sept' 1796: died 5th Sept' 1797. 



Drury son of John & Cath: Tucker born 24 sep* 1719 bap*octob' 

24th 1720. 
Anne dau: of Rob' & Martha Tucker bom Aug: 29th last bap* 

octob' 9th 1720. 
Geo: son of Hen: & Hannah Thweat born 7th March last bap* 

Aprill 1 8th 1720. 
John son of John & Judith Thweat born nth Jan' last bap* 17th 

Aprill 1720. 
Tabitha dau of Geo: & Mary Tilman bor-n 14th sep last bap xb' 

17th 1720. 
Rob* son of Joss: & Martha Tucker born 3d of Octob' Last bap* 

May 28th 1 72 1. 
Hen: son of Hen: & Mary Tatum born 28th May last bap* nth 

June 1721. 
Amy dau of Francis & Anne Tucker bom 1 2th May last bap* 

July 9th 1 72 1. 
Abra: son of John & Anne Talley born 2d sep*' last bap* octob' 

2ith 1721. 
John son of John & Judith Thweat born 21th March Last Bap* 



Sara dau of John & Ann Tucker bom 1 2th Jan' last bap* May 

13th 1722. 
Micael son of James & Mary Tucker born nth July 1721 bap 

7th Octob' 1722. 



372 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

John son of Hen: & Hannah Thweat born 12 Aprill last bap» 

20th May 1722.' 
James son of John & Judith Thweat born 12 March last bap* 

May 20th 1722. 
John son of Rich & Eliz Tidmust born 28th decern 1721 bap* 

29th March 1722. 
Joseph son of Rob' & Martha Tucker born 22th June last bap' 

15th Aprill 1723. 
Fran: son of Sam: & Mary Tatum born 17th of Aprill 1721. 
Susanna dau of Wm & Eliz: Tucker bom 19th of Aprill 172 1 

bap 14th feb 1722-3. 
John son of Sam: & Phebe Tatum bom 7th June 17 10. 
Wm son of Sam: & Eliz: Tatum born 26th June 17 17. 
Eliz: dau of ditto born 29th of Nov: 17 18. 
John son of John Thweat died June loth 1722. 
Sam: son of Sam: & Eliz: Temple jun' bom 7th Jan' 1720. 
Mary dau: of ditto born 20th Sep* 1722. 
Wm son of Geo: & Mary Tilman born 21th May last bap' Aug* 

22th 1723. 
Nath : son of Nath : & Katheren Tucker born 20th feb' last bap* 

July loth 1723. 
Fran: son of Fran: & Anne Tucker bom ist Nov last bap* 7th 

Nov 1723. 
Lucy d: of Ja: & Mary Tenheart bom loth May last bap* 15th 

sep' 1723. 
Tho Temple had A Child bom June 4th And died 7th ditto 1724. 
Frances D of Thompson & Ruth Staples born 14th May last 

bap' June 21th I724.[*] 
Eliz d: of Jn"* & Judith Thweat born nth March last bap* May 

24th 1724. 
Mary d: of Ja: & Mary Thweat born 28th feb last bap* May 

24th 1724. 
Susanna d: of Hugh & Mary Lee born loth feb: last bap* May 

24th 1724. 
Frances D of Hen: & Mary Tatun bom June 6th bap* 12th July 

1724. 



* Erased in original. — C. G. C. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 873 

Geo S: of Wm and Eliz: Tucker born 4th Sep'' 1723 bap* nth 

octob' 1724. 
Ruth d of John & Anne Tally born 28 Jan' last bap* Nov' 6th 

1724. 
John son of John & Anne Tucker born grh Sep" last bap 6th 

Nov 1724. 
Geo: Son of Wm & Eliz: Tucker born 4th sep* 1723 bap* nth 

octob' 1724. 
Obedience D: of Hen: & Hannah Thweat born 15th sep* last 

bap* 1st Nov 1724. 
Eliz: D: of Wm & Eliz Temple born 7th March last bap* May 

1 6th 1725. 
Dan: of Rob* & Martha Tucker born Jan' lest bap* May loth 

1725. 
Geo S of Roger & Mary Tilman born 21th Jan' last bap* May 

30th 1725. 
phebe Dof Edmond & Elisabeth Trayler bom 2d Sep' bap* i8th 

octob' 1725. 
Frances Da* of Allen and mary Tye born i6th march last 1724. 
Frances Da* of James & Ann Thweat born Dee" y" 25 bap* y'' 

8th Aprill 1725. 
Jn* son of Jos and Eliz' turner born nth Dee" 1725. 
Jamey slave of Jo* Turner born 19th Aprill 1726. 
Dinah slave of D* born 8th may 1726. 
Wm son of Wm and Mary Totty born Dec" 5th 1725 bap* May 

30 1726. 
John son of Frances and Ann Tucker born 25th June bap* 28th 

sep" 1726. 

Da* of Jn** and Anne Tucker born . 

Robert son of Nathaniel and Emelea Tatam born 30th Janr' 1725. 
John Son of Jn' and Judith Thweat born 22d august 1726. 
Daniel Son of William and Eliz' Tucker bom 29th Jan' 1725. 
Amy D of John and Mary tucker born 23d August 1726. 
francis Son of John and Ann tucker born 3d Jan' 1726. 
Anne D of of James and Mary Thompson born 3 feb' 1726 bap* 

25: 1727. 
Eliz' D of Roger and Mary tillman born 15th Nov" 1726. 
Martin Son of Rich* and Mary tally born 15th July 1727. 



374 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Agnis D of henry and Mary Tatam born 14th Oct" bap* 26th 

November 1727. 
Eliz' D of Roger and Mary Tillmon 15th Nov" 1726. 
Martha D of Rob* and frances Tucker born loth July 1727. 
Eliz' D of Henry and Hanna Thweat born 20th august 1727 bap* 

It octb'. 
Judith D of John and Martha Traylor Born 6th March 1727. 
Wm Son of Wm and Mary Totty Born 15th March 1727 Bap* 

3d June. 
Th* Son of Th* and Eliz' Tucker Bom 30th March 1728 Bap* 

28th July. 
Holenberry Son of Joseph and Eliz' Turner Born 14th June 1728 

Bap* July 28th. 
archer of John and Mary Traylor Born aprill 20th 1729. 
Roger Taylor Dees'* 7th June 1729. 
Wm Son of John and Judith Thweat Born nth Sep' Bap* 4th 

March 1728. 
ann Dau of James and Mary Thompson Born 3d feb' 1726. 

Elizabeth D of Henry & Tucker Born 2d Sep' 1729. 

Lucretia D. of James & Mary Tucker. Born. 5th June 1729. 
ann D of francis and ann Tucker Born 19th feb' Bap* 19th March 

1729. 
Matthew Son of Matthew and Mary Tolbert Born 27th Novm' 

1729. 
Christian D of James and ann Thweat Born 9th feb' 1729 Bap* 

31th May 1730. 
David Son of Joseph and Martha Tucker Born 24th Dcember 

1729 Bap* 31th May 1730. 
William Son of alien and Mary Tye Born loth May 1730 Bap* 

July 1 2th 1730. 
Thomas Son of Thomas and Eliz* Totty Born 5th aprill 1730 

Bap* 1 2th July. 
David Son of John and Mary Tucker Bom 25th Sep' 1730. 
William Son of Robert & Mary Taylor Bom 22d august Bap* 

20th Nov'. 
Nevil Son of Daniel & Eliz' Tucker Born 25th aprill 1730. 
Kezia Dat' of Jn" and Judith Tally Born 23d Sep' 1730. 
William Son of Jn° and Phelis Thacker Born loth Nom' 1730. 
Ann D: of Joseph & Eliz* Tumer Born 8th Nom' 1730. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 375 

Hanna D: of George & frances Tucker Born 30th March 1731 

Bap* 29th august. 
Frances D of Robert & Frances Tucker Bom nth March 1730. 
D of Henry & ELisabeth Tucker Bom 8th May 1731 

Bap* 29th august. 
Amy D: of William & Eliz' Temple Bom 3d June 1731 Bap' 

octb' 17th. 
Lucretia Dof Joseph & Lucretia Tucker Born 15th august 1731 

Bap* loth octbe'. 
Sarah D: of George & Mary Tillman Born 8th octb' Bap* novmb' 

6th 1731. 
Martha D: of James & anne Thweatt Born 29th Sep' Bap* 14th 

novmb' 1731. 
Littleberry Son of peter & mary Tatam Born loth ap' Bap* i8th 

novm** 1731. 
Marth D: of John & Judith Thweat Bom 21th octb' 1732 Bap* 

Dee' 17th. 
Littlepage of Hen^ & Judith Tally Born 13th Jan^ 1731 Bap* May 

7th 1732. 
Warner son of James & Mary Tucker born 15th April 1732 bap* 

1st June 1732. 
Jn** son of Roger & Eliz' Tayler born Nov' 12th 1731 bap* Dec' 

20th 1 73 1. 
Jane dat'of Jn* & Eliz' Tomlinson born July i6th 1732 bap* Sep' 

20th 1732. 
Burrell son of Miles & Sarah Thweat born 4th July 1732 bap* 

Sep' 17th 1732. 
Wilmut dat' of Jn* & Mary Trayler born 19th Aug' 1731 bap* 

May 22d 1732. 
Rebeckah d of Thomas & Frances Temple Bom i8th Nov' 1732 

Bap* 29th Dee'. 
Blanch d of Edmond Eliz* Traylor Born 17th Sep' 1732 Bap* 

dee' 31th. 
Martha D' of Francis & ann Tucker Bom 21th feb' 1732 Bap* 

march 3d. 
Isham Son of Jn° & mary Tucker Born ith feb' 1732 Bap' 3d 

march. 
Joseph Son of John & mary Tucker Born 14th Nov' 1732 Bap* 

Jan' 14th. 



876 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Joseph Son of Joseph & Eliz' Turner Born 2d ap' 1733 Bap' 

20th may 1733. 
William Son of Robert & Frances Tucker Born 15th ap' 1733 

Bap* 3d June 1733. 
Agnis D' of alien & mary Tye Born 9th March 1732 Bap* 3d 

June 1733. 
James Son of Matthew & MaryTolbot Born 7th Nov' 1732 Bap* 

7th ap' 1733. 
Frances of Henry & amy Tucker Born 25th ap' 1733 Bap* June 

3d 1733. 
Margret D: of William & Mary Totty Born 30th feb' 1732 Bap* 

octb' 20th 1733. 
William Son of Edward & Mary Traylor Born 12th June 1733 

Bap* 2ith octb'. 
Robert Son of George & frances Tucker Born 3d dee' 1733. 
Judith D: of George & Eliz' traylor Born 8th march 1733 Bap* 

7th ap' 1734. 
Martha D: of Henry & Judith Tally Born 31th Jan' 1733 Bap* 

loth March. 
John Son of John & Margret Tillman Born 20th ap' 1734 Bap* 

26th May. 
Lucia D: of William & Sarah Tate Born 19th feb' 1733 ^«^P* 

20th May 1734. 
William Son of Roger & Eliz' Taylor Born i6th May 1734. 
Willmoth D: of Richard & Eliz' Thorn Born loth June 1734 

Bap* 4th august. 
Elizabeth daugh' of James & Ann Thweatt Born Aug* 5 1734. 
William Son of Miles & Sarah Thweatt Bom 14th Sept' 1734 

Bap* y' 9 Feb'' 1734-5- 
Peter S. of Peter and Elizabeth Thomas Born 2d Xb' 1734. 
Lucretia D. of John and Mary Traylor Born Aug* i6th 1734. 
Ann D. of William & Sarah Trayler Born Aug* 23d 1734. 
Solomon S. of Allen and Mary Tye Born 20th March 1 734. 
Abraham S. of John and Tucker Born 22d Jan'^ 1734 

Bapt. 7th March. 
Elizabeth D. of Joseph and Elizabeth Turner Bom 6th Octob' 

1735. 
Nathan S of William & Sarah Tate Born the 23 april 1736. 
William S of William & Sarah Tate Born august 26 1738. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 377 

John Son of Charles & Frances Thomson B Aug' 28th 1740. 
Rebeckah D. of Thomas & Mary Twitty B Sep' 5th 1740. 
Mary D of Richard & Mary Thomas B March 12th 1739-40. 
David S of Peter and Elisabeth Thomas B Dc' 24th 1740. 
Thomas. S. of Thomas & Anne Tunks Born Oct. 29th 1741 & 

Bap* Nov' 29th 1 741. 
Samuel. S. of William & Sara Tates Born Nov 3d 1741 & Bap*^ 

Dee' 1 2th 1 741. 
David. S. of Drury & Elizabeth Thwets Born Oct. 27th 1741 & 

Bap' Dec' 25th 1741. 
Anne. D. of Henry & Elizabeth Toudress Born Aug 15th 1741 

& Bap' Jan'' 3d 1741-2. 
David. S. of Samuell & Mary Temples Born Oct. 23d 1741 & 

Bap' Jan'y 24th 1741-2. 
Miles. S. of Abram & Helenour Tuckers Bom Feiy i6th 1741-2 

& Bap' Mar. 14th 1741-2. 
Alick. S. of Miles & Sara Thwets Born Jan'^ 29th 1741-2 & Bap' 

May 9th 1742. 
Catharine. D. of Richard & Mary Thomas's Born May 3d 1742 

& Bap' July 4th 1742. 
Anderson. S. of Allan & Mary Tyes Born Mar nth 1741-2 & 

Bap' July 25th 1742. 
Martha D. of William & Sara Traylors Born Oct. i8th 1741 & 

Bap' Aug 14th 1742. 
Elizabeth D. of Drury & Elizabeth Thwets born Feb. loth 1742-3 

& bapt** March 27th 1743. 
Peter S. of Peter & Mary Tatums Bom Jan'^ 27th 1742-3 & bapt** 

May 29th 1743. 
Judith D. of John & Judith Thweats born June 19th 1743 & 

bapf* July 23d 1743. 
Elizabeth D. of Samuel & Francis Temples born Ap' ist & bapf* 

May 13th 1744. 
Jacob S. of Samuel & Mary Temples born Sept' 24th & bapt* 

Nov' nth 1744. 
Lucretia D. of William & Elizabeth Temples bom Sept' i6th & 

bapt** Nov' nth 1744. 
Mary D. of Joseph & Lucretia Tuckers bom Aprile 3d & bapt** 

May 26th 1745. 



378 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Nathaniel S. of Rob* & Keziah Tatums born March 30th & bapf 

May 1 2th 1745. 
Edith D. of Drury & Elizabeth Thweats born Aprile 25th & 

bapt* June 30th 1745, 
Mary D. of Samuel & Frances Temples was born March 26th 

1745. 
John S. of James & Sarah Thweats was born June 12th & bapt* 

July 28th 1745. 
Mary D. of Edward & Mary Thweats was bom Sep'' 17th 1745 

& bap*** Nov' 3d 1745. 
Elizabeth D. of William & Anne Turners was born Sep*' 3d & 

bap*** Nov' loth 1745. 
Elizabeth D of Richard and Sarah Taylors born 29th June 

1736. 
George S of Ditto born 23d June T738. 
Richard Son of Ditto born 26th Decem' 1739. 
Nanney D of Ditto born ist May 1742. 
Alice Taylor departed this life 17th August 1750. 
Jack Male Slave of Richard & Sarah Taylors born 14th June 

1750. 
Frankee Daughter of Drury & Eliz' Thweat born bap' 

Feb 17th 1750. 
Tabitha, Daughter of James & Sarah Thweats bom 27th May 

1749- 
James Son of Ditto bom April 3d 1752. 
Frank Male Slave of Ditto June 15th 1748. 
Feby Female Slave of ditto born Septem' 14th 1750. 
Nan Female Slave of Ditto born March nth 1752. 
Ned Male Slave of Rich* & Sarah Taylors born May 12th 1753. 
Thom, Son of Betty, a Slave belonging to John Thweatt, born 

November 25th 1791, & baptized April 9th 1792. 
Charlotte, Dau' of Gate, a Slave belonging to the same, born 

April 9th 1 791, & baptized April 9th 1792. 
Aleck, Son of Gressy, a Slave belonging to Richard Taylor, born 

March ist, & baptized April 29th 1792 
Mary-Henry, D' of Henry Tench & Nancy his Wife, born March 

1 2th & bap: June 21st 1792. 
Notise, Dau' of Abby, a Negro Slave belonging to John Thweatt, 

was born January 25th & baptized Nov' i8th 1792. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 379 

William Taylor, of the Town of Petersburg, died December 30th 

1792 and was buried January ist 1793. 
Candace, Dau' of Peter Temple & Nanny his Wife, bom July 

1 8th 1792 & baptized January 4th 1793. 
William Eppes, Son of Eppes Temple & Elizabeth his Wife, born 

Dec' 1 6th 1792 & baptized March 24th 1793. 
Edward, S, of Dorcas, a Mulatto slave belonging to John Thweatt, 

was born December 17th & baptized April ist 1793. 

U-V 

Abigaell dau: of John & Elinor Vaughan departed this life feb: 

23th 1 7 20- 1 in the 6th year of her Age. 
James son of Rich & Alice Vaughan bom Jan: 23th last bap' 

March 4th 1 721-2. 
Eliz dau of Wm & Ann Vaughan born 14th Sep' last bap* Nov' 

8th 1721. 
Anne dau: of Hen: & Martha Vauden born 19th Jan' last bap* 

2ith March 1722. 
Pearc son of Wm & Prissilla Vaughan born 15th March last bap* 

i6th Sep* 1722. 
Luis son of Nico: & Ann Vaughn born 20th feb 1719 bap* June 

7 th 1722. 
Abra son of ditto born i6th March 1721 bap* June 7th 1722. 
Joss hon of Dan: & Eliz: Vaughan born 14th decem last bap' feb: 

3d 1722-3. 
Martha D of Rich & Alice Vaughan born i8th Nov: last bap* 

Sep" 1 2th 1724. 
Wm son of Wm & Priss Vaughan bom 5th August last bap* Jan 

loth 1724-5. 
Jane a negro belonging to Wm Vaughan Sen' born 25th Nov' 

1724. 
Williams s of Dan: & Eliz: Vaughan born 14th August last bap' 

Jan' 17th 1724-5. 
Hen: s: of Hen: & Martha Vaden born 6th feb' last bap* March 

28th 1725. 
Isham Son of Daniel and Eliz Vaughan bom feb' y^ 4th 1725. 
James Son of Wm and Prissillah Vaughan born 6th March bap' 

1 8th sep' 1725. 



380 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Eliz' D of Jn* and Catherine lee born . 



James Thompson Son of Sarah Vaughan born 24th Sep* 1726. 

Henry Son of Henry and Eliz' Vodin born 12 Sep* 1694. 

Sipio M Slave of Wm and Julia Vaughan bom 31 Decemberr 

1726. 
Richard Son of Richard and Alee Vaughan born i6th Oce~ 

1726. 
Eliz' D of Nicolas and Ann Vaughan born i8th Aprill 1727. 
Ann D of Daniel and Eliz' Vaughan Born 15th Dec" 1727. 
Susannah D of Wm and prissilla Vaughan Born 25th Deem'' 

1727. 
Frances D of William and frances Vodin Bom 18th Sep* 1728. 
Nicolas Son of Nicolas and ann Vaughan Born 20th febr 1728. 
Susannah D of Henry and Martha Vodin Born 19th Novmber 

Bap* 26th Deem' 1728. 
abigal D of Wm and Mable Vaughan Born 15th 1729 Jan^ 
Peter Son of Daniel & Eliz' Vaughan Born 28th Sep' 1730. 
Caleb son of Wm & Mable Vaughan born 25th January 173 1 

bap* Ap' 30th 1732. 
Mary da t' of Hen^ & MaryVoden born 14th Jan^ 1731 bap^ 

May 7th 1732. 
Phebce dat' of Rob* & Martha Vaughan born i8th May 1732 

Bap* June ist 1732. 
Ann dat' of Dan* & Ann Vaughan born loth of Oct' 1732 bap* 

Nov' 1 2th 1732. 
Wilmot D' of Isham & Temperanc Vaughan Born 3d March 

1732 Bap* 3d June 1733. 
Mary D' of William & pricilla Vaughan Born 12th November 

1732 Bap* 27th May 1733. 
Burrell Son of Henry <& Martha Voden Born 2d Sep' 1733 Bap* 

2ith octb'. 
abner Son of William & Mable Vaughan Born 25th feb' 1735 

Bap* 28th ap' 1734. 
Mary daughter of Daniel & Ann Vaughan born y* i January 

1734-5 Bap* 9 Febrary. 
Henry Son of Morris and Rebecca Vaughan born 14 Dec' 1734 

Bap* 9th February. 
Peter male Slave of Wm & Julia Vaughan Born 14 Feb'^ i734- 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 381 

Sarah D of John and Sarah York Born 17th of Feb'' 1734 Bapt 

4 May I735.[*] Carry' d to Y. 
James S. of Elizabeth Valentine Born August 27th 1733. 
Nicholas S. of Robert, and Martha Vaughan Born the 21st Nov' 

1734. 
Sarah D. of Samuel & Margrett Vaughan Born 29 July 1735. 
Anne D of William and Mary Vaughan Bom 7th Jan'' 1735. 
Mabel D of William & Mabel Vaughan Bom January y* 12 1740. 
Ruth. D. of Nathanael & Amith Vaughans Born Dec' 28th 1741 

& Bap' Mar. 7th 1741-2. 
Abram S. of Peter & Anne Vaughans Born Mar. nth 1741-2 & 

Bap' Apr i8th 1742. 
Anne D. of William & Mary Vaughans Born Jan'' 20th 174 1-2 

& Bap' June 13th 1742. 
Thomas S. of Thomas & Elizabeth Vaughans Bom July 12th 

1742 & bap' Septr 12th 1742. 
David S. of Morris & Rebecca Vaughans born Jan'' ist 1 741-2. 
Sylvana D. of Samuel & Margret Vaughans bom Aug. ist & 

bapt* Nov' 7th 1742. 
Phebe D. of Daniel & Anne Vaughans bom Nov' 12th 1743 & 

bapt** Jan'' ist 1743-4. 
Phebe D. of Salathiel & Anne Vaughans born Nov' 23d 1743 & 

bapt** Jan" 8th 1743-4. 
Martha D. of Maurice & Rebecca Vaughans born March loth 

1743-4 bapf" May 13th 1744. 
William S. of Salathiel & Anne Vaughans born Feb. i6th 1744-5 

bapt* Aprile 14th 1745. 
Silvester S. of Samuell & Margaret Vaughans born March 14th 

1744-5 & bapt* May 19th 1745. 
James S. of Joshua & Sarah Vaughans was born Jan'' 22d, bapt* 

Feb 23d 1745-6- 
David Son of Salathiel & Anne Vaughans born bap' 4th 

March 1749-50. 
Ezekiel Son of Henry and Eliz' Vaughans born 29th Decem' 

Jessee Son of Joshua & Sarah Vaughans bom Bapt* 28th 

Ap' 1751. 



^ Erased in original. — C. G. C. 



382 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Jemina Daughter of Morris & Rebecka Vaughans bom 

bap' 21 June 1752. 
Mary D of Williams & Ellinor Vaughans bom July 26th 1752. 
John, Son of Howel Underbill (of Sussex County) & Nancy his 

Wife, born March the 3d, & baptized April 6th 1792. 
Anne Unckle, Dau' of Lewis Unckle, was buried September 22nd 

1792. 
Sally Newsum Dau^ of John Verell jun' and Martha his Wife, 

bom April 15th, and bap: September 23rd 1792. 
Lucetta, Dau^ of Sarah a Negroe Slave, belonging to John Verell 

jun' was bom Febmary 24th and baptized September 23rd 

1792. 
Peg, Dau' of Peg, D**, D*, was bom March 4th and baptized Sep- 
tember 23rd 1792. 
Mary-Ann- Elizabeth, Dau' of Dmry Vaughan & Susannah his 

Wife born April 21st & baptized July 14th 1793. 
Robert Winn, Son of Enoch Vaughan & Mary his Wife, bom 

April 3rd & baptized October 13th 1793. 

W 

Martha dau: of Cha: & Eliz: Williams bom i8th octob' last bap* 

20th Nov: 1720. 
Martha dau: of Joss: & Mary Wynn born ist May last bap* 8th 

Jan' 1 720-1. 
Tho: son of Tho: & Mary Webster born 20th June last bap' 

March 5th 17 20-1. 
Gardner son of Geo: & Eliz: Wilson bom 15th feb: last bap' 

March 26th 1721. 
Daniel son of Wm <& Rosamund Worsham born last Nov: bap* 

March 26th 1721. 
Martha dau of . Wm & Dorcas Worsham born i8th Nov last bap* 

Aprill 2ith 1721. 
David son of Geo: & Sibbil Williams bom 22th of Aprill last 

bap* May 28th 1721. 
Tho: son of Tho: <& Amy Wilson born June 21th 1721 bap* June 

2ith 1721. 
Jeremiah son of Hen: & Mary Walthall bom 28th Aprill lest 

bap* June 4th 1721. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 883 

Martha dau: of Wm & Dorcas Worsham born 26th march last 

bap^ June 4th 1721. 
Abraham son of Wm & Sarah Whitamore bom 14th feb: last 

bap* Octob' 8th 1721. 
Sarah dau: of David & Sarah Williams born 15th March last bap* 

July i8th 1721. 
Stevens son of y" deed: Hen: Wilson & Mary his relict born 15th 

Sep" last bap* octob' 8th 1721. 
Dan: son of John & Cath: Walker born feb' 14th 1712-3 bap* 

Nov' 2d 1721. 
Wm son of John & Mary West born 12th Sep*' last bap* Nov 

8th 1721. 
Ann dau of Rich & Mary Walthall born 25th octob' last bap* 5th 

March 1721-2. 
Sarah dau of Rich: & Judith Wilson born 23d decem last bap* 

•March nth 1721-2. 
Eliz: dau of Rob* & Mary West born 21th March last bap' May 

13th 1722. 
Eliz: dau of Cha: & Eliz: Williams born 24th Aprill last bap* 

May 27th 1722. 
Wm son of Wm & Rose: Worsham born 27th sep* last bap: Nov 

25th 1722. 
Rich: son of Rich: & Rebecca White born 13th Nov: 1721 bap* 

March 27th 1722. 
Cha: son of Ja: & Olive Williams born 23d feb: 1721 bap* March 

29th 1722. 
Mary dau of Rob* <Sf Mary Wynn bom 26 Nov: 1722. 
Joss. son of ditto born 3d August 1722. 
Joss son of Joss & Mary Wynn born 24th Jan last bap* Aug: 

13th 1722. 
Cha son of Cha & Ann Williams born 26th May last bap* 13th 

Aug: 1722. 
Eliz dau of Hen: & Phebe Walthall born loth Jan last bap: 

March loth 1722-3. 
Burgess son of John <& Ann Wall born 22th May 1722 bap* June 

2oth 1723. 
Joss: son of Joss & Martha Wall born 21th feb' last bap* June 

2oth 1723. 



384 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Sibilla dau of Geo & Sibilia Williams bom i8th this Inst bap 

August 22th 1723. 
Jude a negro girl belonging unto Hen: Walthall born 31th Au- 
gust 1723 
Eliz: D: of Wm & Anne Wall bom 6th last sep*' bap' August 

6th 1723. 
John son of Hen & Mary Walthall bom 5th Nov: 1723. 
Marg* dau of Cha & Eliz: Williams bom 19th of Nov: last bap* 

22th decem 1723. 
Wm son of Wm & Martha Womack born loth of sep" last bap* 

Jan' 19th 1723-4. 
John son of Tho & Eliz: Wilkinson born 25th Nov last bap* 

Aprill loth 1724. 
Mary d of David & Sarah Williams born 29th August last bap* 

loth Aprill 1724. 
Wm son of Wm & Martha Womack bom loth sep* last bap* 

Jan' 19th 1723-4. 
Rich s of Dan & Anne Wall bom 19th Aprill last bap* June 21th 

1724. 
Anne d of Wm & Sarah Wells born 8th March last bap' May 

20th 1724. 
Ephraim son of Fran : & Eliz : West bom 2d feb' last bap* sep*' 

1 2th 1724. 
Abra son of John & Mary West born 2d feb' last bap* i6th sep*' 

1724. 
Rich son of Rich & Judith Wilson born 18th May last bap* Nov 

1st 1724. 
Obedience D of James & Olive Williams bom loth May last " 

bap* Nov 6th 1724. 
Rich son'of John & Eliz: Williams bom 14th Sep* last bap* 6th 

Nov 1724. 
of Ja & Kath Wood bom y* last of October bap* 

Aprill 19th 1724. 
Maball D: of Hen: & phebe Walthall born loth of May last bap* 

June 27th 1725. 
Christopher s: of Rich: & Mary Walthall bom 28th Jan: last 

bap* feb' 6th 1724-5. 
Marg* D. of Joss: & Mary Wynn born 25th Nov: last bap* feb' 

8th 1724-5. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 386 

Marg* D of Ditto born 31th decemb' 1723. 

Drury s of Wm & Ann Wall born y* last July bap* Jan' r2th 

1724-5- 
Isham s: of Joss & Martha Wall born 25th Nov last bap' May 

30th 1725. 
Cha: s of Cha & Eliz: Williams born nth June 1725. 
susanah and francis daughters of Rob' and Mary west born 2d 

March bap' 6th March 1725. 
David Son of Jn** and Ann Wall bom 12: June bap' 21 : aug 1725. 
John Williams Departed this life Jan'' y* i6th 1725. 
Sarah Da' of Charles W™' And Ann born 20th Sep' 1725. 
henry Son George and Sybellah williams born 4th november 

1725. 
Daniell Son of Daniell and Amy Wall born 25th march 1726. 
Ann Da' of Th** and mary Westmoreland born 12 ap' bap' June 

6th 1726. 
John Son of David and Sarah Williams born Jan' 23d Bap' June 

6th 1726. 
Dick Slave of henry Waltal born 15th August Last 1726. 
Joseph Son of Jn** and Eliz' William born 15th July 1726. 
Margarit D of Joseph and Margaret Wilson born 27th octm 

1726. 
Thomas Son of Joseph and Mary Wyn born 6th Aprill 1726. 
Sarah D of henry and Martha Wilson born 9th Dece" 1726. 
Agnis Waller D of Charity Smithis born 30th May 1726. 
francis Son of francis and Eliz* West bom 9th feb' 1726. 
Ann Daughter of Richard and Aann Westmoreland born 2d 

aprill 1722. 

of Wm and Ann Wall born born 15th Dee"' 1726. 

henry Son of Joshua and Martha Wall born 3d Jana' 1726. 
Mary Daughter of John and Ann Wall born 13th Dec" 1726. 
Mary D of Charles and Eliz* Williams born 19th aprill 1727. 
Lucy D of Charles and Ann Williams born 6th May 1727. 
Jane D. of John and Mary Willingham born 2d May 1727. 
John Son of Jn** Eliz' Watts born loth oct" 1726. 
Joel Son of John and Catherine Willson bom 6th November 

1727. 
Joseph Son of Edward and Martha Willson born ith feb' 1727. 
Peter Son of Jame and ann Williams born 7th Dee' 1728. 



386 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Henry Son of Essex and ann Worsham Worsham Born 5th 

august 1727. 
Marthew Son of Th** and Margrat Westmoreland Born i8th 

March 1727. 
Martha and th' of Rob' and Mary West Born 17th May 1728 

Bap' June 2d. 
Micael Son of John and ann Willson Born 18th aprill 1728 Bap' 

2d June. 
Henry Son of Henry and Phebe Wallton Born 25th June 1728 

Bap* 19th July. 
Helen Son of Charles and Eliz' W"" Born 3d June 1728 Bap* 

July 28. 
Frances D of Wm and Roson Worsham Born 8th feb' 1727 Bap* 

28th July. 
Mary D of George and Sibylla Williams Bom 15th ocb' 1727. 
Susan D of Charles and Prissilla Williamson Bom id march 

1727. 
Joel Son of Thomas and Frances Walker Born 14th Jume 1727. 
Eliz' D of Aron and Mary Wood Born 5th June 1727 Bap* July 

23d. 
Th** Son of Wm and Eliz' Walter Born i6th Jan' 1727. 
Mary D of henry and Martha Willson Born 24th No"* 1728 Bap* 

27th Dee"*. 
Winiford D of Joshua and Martha Wall Born Jan' 20th 1728. 
Wm Son of Wm and frances Wells Born 20th oct' Bap* 25th 

Dee' 1728. 
ann D of John and Eliz' Williams Born 25th oct' Bap' i Decem' 

1728. 
Laurana D of Eliz' Womack Born 20th March 1728. 
of George and Sibellah W"' Born 12th oc*' 1728 Bap* 

6th aprill 1729. 
Robert Son of David and Mary Walker Born roth oct' 1729 

Bap* 26th octr. 
Alexander Son of Ditto Bom 3d octob' 1727. 
Linder female Slave of Ditt" Born 2d august 1728. 
Simon Male Slave of Ditto Born 20th June 1727. 
Phebe female Slave of Ditto Born 12 Sep* 1729. 
Martha D. of Dan* & Amy Wall. Born 23d June 1729 Bap* 26th 

Oct'. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 387 

John Son of Charles & Ann Williams Born 17th March. Bap' 

Sep' 2d 1729. 
Edward Son of Tho* & Eliz' Winingham. Born 3d May 1729. 
Susannah & Abigail D" of Joseph & Isabella Westmoland born 

30th Aprill 1729. 
John Son of Rob^ & Temporance West Born loth May 1729. 
John Son of frances and Eliz' West Born 2d March 1729. 
ann D of Wm and Margret Whood Born 24th March Bap' oct' 

2d 1729. 
Jn** Son of Charles and Eliz' Williams Born nth March 1729 

Bap* loth May 1730. 
Amy D of Th*^ and francis Walthal Born 19th feb' 1729 Bap' 

loth May 1730. 
Jack Slave of Garrat Waltal born 14th March 1725. 
Lusie Dater of Rob' and and Mary West Born feb*^ 4th 1729 

Bap' 31th May 1730. 
Gerrat Son of Gerrat and Eliz' Walthal Born 25th feb' 1729 

Bap' loth May 1730. 
John Son of Charles and Prissilla Williamson Bom 24th 1730 

Bap' loth May 1730. 
Miles Son of James and Olive -Williams Born 15th Jan' 1729 

Bap' 31th May 1730. 
Richard Son of aron &: mary Wood Born 15th Sep' 1729. 
John Son of francis and Eliz' West Born ^2d March 1729 Bap' 

2d May 1730. 
Phebe and Mary D* of Jn" and Mary Willson Born i6th June 

1730. 
Sarah D of John & Susannah Write Bom 2d august 1730 Bap' 

30th octb'. 
Precillah D of Thomas & Eliz' \yiningham Born 30th June 1730. 
Mary D of Richard & Mary Walthal Bom 15th Sep' 1730 Bap' 

9th Dee'. 
Mary D of Robert & Temporance West Born 7th Sep' 1730. 
Eliz' D of Henry <& Martha Willson Born 28th Sep' 1730. 
Francis son of Henry <& Mary Wyatt Born 29th March 1731. 
Zachariah Son of John and ann Wall Born 25th July 1731 Bap' 

aug" 29th. 
David son of Wm & francis Wells Born 23d November 1730 

Bap' Jan' loth. 



388 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Anne D: of Edward Whit Born nth Dee' 1730 Bap* 17 Jan' 

Eliz' his Wife. 
Benjamine son of francis & martha Walthal Born 9th feb' 1730 

Bap* 3d march 1730. 
Richard Son of Henry & Phebe Walthal Born 15th June 1731 

Bap* July 27th. 
Ruben Son of abraham & Sarah Wells Born 28th July 1731 Bap* 

30th august. 
Henry Son of Isack & Sarah Winingham Born i6th June 1731 

Bap* 1 2th Sep'. 
Jones of David <& Sarah WilKams Born 23d ap' 1731 Bap* 12th 

august. 
Martha D: of Henry & Martha Willson Born 7^th sep' 1731 Bap* 

7th octb'. 
Tabitha D: of Joshua & Mary Wynn Born 23d May 1731 Bap' 

loth octb'. 
Mary D: of Charles & anne Williams Born 5th august 1731 Bap* 

loth octbe'. 
Samuel Son of Jn** & anne Willson Born 31th octb' 1730 Bap* 

23d ap' 1732. 
David & Mary twinns of David & Mary Walker Bom 6th March 

1731 Bap* 23d ap' 1732. 
Joell Son of Edward & Mary Winfield born 30th Decern' 1731. 
Christian dat' of Rob* & Mary West bom Ap' 8th 1732 bap* 

May 7th 1732. 
Edward son of Jerrott <& Eliz' Walthall born Mar. 17. 1731 bap* 

June 4th 1732. 
Wm Son of of Wm & Sarah Winingham born i6th Dec' 1731 

bap* July 2d 1732. 
Christian dat' of Jn** & Mary Winingham born 20th March 1731 

bap' July. 7. 1732, 
Robert son of Rob* & Eliz' Williams born 17th June 1732 bap* 

13th Aug* 1732. 
Essex son of Essex & Ann Worsham born nth June 1732 bap* 

20th Aug* 1732. 
Edward Son Cha & Eliz' Williams born nth June 1732 bap* 

loth Sep' 1732. 
John Son of John & Mary Willson born nth Sep' 1732 bap* 12 

Nov' 1732. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 389 

Mary d of Daniel & amy Wall Born 23d august 1731 Bap* 2 Jan'. 
James Son of Joseph & Sybilla Westmoreland Born 28th Sep' 

1 73 1 Bap' 2d Jan'. 

Susanah D: of John & Susanah Write Born 26th Dee' 1732 

Bap* feb' 4th. 
Phebe D: of Wm & frances Wells Born 31th Dceb' 1732 Bap* 

feb' 4th. 
Judith D' of Henry & Martha Willson Born 24th feb' 1732 Bap* 

28th march 1733. 
Elisabeth D: of Francis & Eliz' Wyat Born 22d Dee' 1732 Bap' 

feb' 25th. 
Christian D' of Joseph & Sibylla Westmoreland Born 26th feb' 

1732 Bap* 20th may 1733. 

Frances of John & Eliz* Williams Born 21th feb' 1732 Bap* 8th 

ap' 1733. 
Mark Son of John & ann Willson Born 20th Novm' 1732 Bap* 

20th may 1733. 
amy D' of Robert & Temperanc West Born 24th Sep' 1732 

Bap* 17th June 1733. 
Amy D' of Francis & Eliz* West Born 2d June 1733 Bap* 5th 

August. 
Peter Son of Thomas & Frances Walker Born 19th July 1733 

Bap* 28th Sep', 
amy D: of Thomas & Mary Winingham Born nth august 1733 

Bap* Nov' 4th. 
abram Son of abram & Sarah Wells Born 7th Sep' 1733 Bap* 11 

Nov'. 
John Son of Daniel & amy Wall Born loth Dee' 1733 Bap* Jan' 

27th. 
Elisabeth D of Thomas & Margaret Westmoreland Born 31th 

octb' 1733. 
Elisabeth D of Charles & pricilla Williamson Bom Jan' 1733 

Bap* 2d feb'. 
Josep* Son of Charles <& Elisabeth Williams Born 2d Jan' 1733 

Bap* 2d feb'. 
Ann D: of Henry & phebe Walthall Born loth March 1733 Bap* 

14th ap' 1734. 
frances D: of Joshua & Martha Wall Born nth octb' 1733 Bap* 

24th March 1734. 



390 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Hannah D: of John & ann Winfield Born 12th feb' 1733 Bap' 

20th May 1734. 
John Son of Charles & ann Williams Bom 14th May 1734 Bap' 

4th august. 
Mary D: of Adam & Elener Wells Bom i8th June 1734 Bap* 

nth August. 
John Son of Edward & Mary Whitt Born loth July 1734 Bap* 

nth august. 
John Son of William & Sarah Westbrook Bom 4th May 1733 

Bap* July 15th. 
Henry Son of Richard & Mary Walthall Bom i6th May 1733 

Bap' July 13th. 
Daniel Son of francis & Martha Walthall Born 8th march 1732 

Bap* July 13. 
Freeman Son of David & Mary Walker Bom 3d September 

1734 Baptizd y* 9th. 
Betty female Slave of Ditto Born y' 15th October 1734. 
John Son of Robert & Eliz: Williams Born July 27th 1734. 
Martha D. of David and Sarah Williams Bom 22d March 1734 

Bap' 4 May 1735. 
James S of Henry & Martha Willson Bom 19. Decemb' 1734 

Bap' 9 January. 
Mary D. of William and Sarah Westbrook Born 3d January. 

1734-5. 
Ephraim S. of Robert & Temperance West Born 4th Sep' 1734. 
David S. of Thomas & Francis Walker Born Sep' 23d 1734. 
Gerrald S. of John and Mary Winingham Bom y*" rst August. 

1734 Baptizd 13th Octo. 
Thomas S. »)f John & Elizabeth Whitmore Born 4th Aprill 1734. 
Edward S. of Langsdown & Elizabeth. Washington Born the 

1 8th Octob' 1734. 
Margerett D. of Barnabas and Joyce Wells Born y*" i Dec' 1734. 
Jane D. of Abraham & Amy Wells Bom 23d Sep' 1735. 
Anne D. of Adam and Eleanor Wells Born 6thOctob' 1735. 
Joseph Son of Susanna Wright born 3d Feb'^ I734- 
Jeremiah Son of David & Sarah Wells Born y^ 16. Dec' 1735. 
Jonathan S of Jonathan & Elisabeth Webster Born y*' 11 D 

November 1740. 
Anne D of Henry & Martha Wilson Born y*" 10 of Febuary 1740, 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 391 

Francise D of William & Francise Wells Born y' 4th of April 

1741. 
Deury s of Adam & Elener Wells Born y*" 4 May 1741. 
Roland s of Thomas & Jane Williams Bom July y* 19 1739. 
Jane D. of Thomas & Jane Williams Born June y* 12 1741. 
Tho' S. of Robert & Ann Whitehall B December 17th 1738. 
Robert S of Robert & Temperance West B Septem' 17th 1740. 
John S. of Joseph & Martha Worsham B October 3d 1740. 
Robert Hicks Son of Joseph & Sib Westmorland B Sep' i6th 

1740. 
Joseph S of Thomas & Margaret Westmorland B Nov' i6th 

1740. 
William S of Miles & Elisabeth Wootten B Feb"^ y'' 14th 1740. 
Mary D. of Martin & Anne Wilkisons Born Octob 28th 1741 & 

Bap* Nov"" 22d 1 741. 
Drusilla D. of Charles & Priscilla Williamsons, Bom Nov' 12th 

1741 & Bap* Dec' 27th 1741. 

Margret D. of Robert & Francis Wines Born Oct. 25th 1741 & 

Bap* Jan'^ 17th 174 1-2. 
John S. of Thomas & Francis Wilsons Born Dec' 5th 1741 & 

Bap* Dec' 19th 1741. 
John S. of Robert & Sara Weeds Born Dec' loth 1741 & Bap' 

Feb^ 28th 1741-2. 
Martha D. of Joshua & Martha Walls Born Aug. 23d 1741 & 

Bap* Apr. nth 1742. 
Amy D. of Robert & Anne Whitehalls Bom June 7th 1742 & 

Bap* July 4th 1742. 
Daniel S. of Joshua & Martha Worshams Born Apr 29th 1742 

& Bap* July 4th 1742. 
Susanna D. of Francis & Elizabeth Wyats Born June 15th 1742 

& Bap* July 25th 1742. 
Elimelech S. of John & Anne Wilsons Born Apr. i8th 1742 & 

Bap* Aug. loth 1742. 
Edward S. of Edward & Mary Winfields Born July 2d 1742 8c 

Bap* Sep*' 19th 1742. 
Edward S. of Thomas & Elizabeth Woodliths born Nov' 9th 

1742 & bapt** Dec' 12th 1742. 

Anne D. of John & Elizabeth Wests bom Nov' 5th & bapt* 
Dec' 19th 1742. 



392 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

William S. of Edward & Mary Wheats born Aug 12th 1742 & 

bapt** Dec"" 25th 1742. 
Henry S. of Henry & Mary Wilkasons born Feb'^ 26th 1742-3 

& bapt** May 22 1743. 
William S. of William & Mary Williams bom Aug. 30th 1743 

& bapt" Octob' 9th 1743. 
Isham S. of William & Francis Wells born Aug 4th 1743 & 

baptd Octob 9th 1743. 
Sarah D. of Adam & Helenor Wells born Feb^' i8th 1742-3. 
Thomas S. of Thomas & Jane Williams born Octob^ 24th 1743 

& bapt* Dec' i8th 1743. 
Winnifred a female slave belonging to Will" Wells bom Feb 5th 

1743-4 bapt* May 14th 1744. 
Amie a female slave belonging to Ditto born Jan' 9th 1743-4 

bapt* May 14th 1744. 
Henry S. of Adam & Eleanor Wells born Feb 5th & bapt* 

March 15th 1744-5. 
Hannah D. of Edward & Mary Winfields born Dec' 12th 1744 

bapt* March 3d 1744-5. 
Mary D. of James & Elizabeth Wortham born Dec' 13th 1744. 
Thomas S. of William & Mary Williams born Dec' 27th 1744 

bapf* March 24th 1744-5. 
Mason D. of Robert & Frances Wynnes was born May 29th & 

bapt* Sept' ist 1745. 
Agnes D. of Henry & Mary Wilkisons was born Sep*' 8th bapt* 

Oct 1745. 
Katharine D. of Henry & Martha Wilsons born Octob' 24th & 

bapt* Nov' 1745. 
Millison D. of James & Jane Williams was born Dec' 3d 1745 

& bapt'* Jan'' 6th 1745-6. 
Mary D. of Joshua & Martha Worshams was born Nov' 4th 

1745 & bapf* March 2d 1745-6. 
Lucy D. of Thomas & Jane Williams was bom Jan'^ 2d 1745-6 

bapt** March i6th 1745-6. 
Sarah D. of Mr. Anthony & Anne Walke was born Feb. 16th 

1744-5- 
Ben ) Negroes belonging f Sept' 1744 ) bapt* Ap. 

Peter Mason i to Ditto born I Dec' 6th 1745 i 2. 1746. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 393 

Sloman S. of Joshua & Lucretia Wynne was born Octob. 13th 

1745 bapr Feb. 16 1745-6. 
Mary D. of Arthur & Alice Wyatts was born Jan'^ 24th & bapt* 

Feb 23d 1745-6. 
Pattie D. of Adam & Eleanor Wells was born Ap. 6th bapt"* 

May 19th 1746. 
Thomas S of Thomas & Francis Wilson was born March 30th 

& bapt** June ist 1746. 
Robert S of Mr. Antony & Anne Walkes was born Aug. i6th 

& baptized Sep' 1747. 
Antony S of Ditto departed this Life Sept"" 1747. 
Neptune a negro boy born Dec"" 24th 1747 ) belonging to Mr. 
Bristol born May 1748 ) Anthony Walke. 

Sarah D of Arthur & Alice Watts was born Jan'^ 24th 1748. 
Richard Son of Richard & Hannah Wells born 17th February 

1747-8. 
Randolph Son of Adam and Elanor Wells born 15th Feb' 1749. 
Eliz' Daughter of James & Jane Williams Born 21st April 1752. 
Frederick Son of ditto Born October 24th 1749. 

Joshua Son of Ditto Born . 

Hannah Daughter of Miles & Martha Williams born June 7th 

1752. 
Edward Son of Arthur & Alice Watts born April 20th 1753. 

Jo" Walkers Register. 

Gollorthun Walker son of Joseph & Penelope Walker was born 

Sep' y* loth 1745. 
Reubin Walker their son was Born march the 20th 1751. 
Penelope their Daughter was Born Angus' the 3d 1753. 
Pattey their Daughter was Born Novem' the 19th 1755. 
Lettisha their Daughter was Born Feb' the 9th 1758. 
Martin their son was Born Nov' the i6th 1759. 



Jean Woolfolk, Wife of Fracis Woolfolk, of Sussex County, 
died March 21st, & was buried April 6th 1792. 

John, Son of Ludwell Williams (of Sussex) & Johannah his 
Wife, born March 25th 1792. 

Sally Allen Dau' of John Winn (of Sussex) & Katy his Wife, 
born Jan' 8th Si bap: May 13th 1792. 



394 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 

Martha, Dau' of Edmund Weathers (of Sussex) & Mary his 
Wife, born Mar: i8th & bap. May 13th 1792. 

William Baird, S, of Joseph Westmore and Elizabeth his Wife, 
born November loth 1791 and baptized August 21st 1792. 

Henry, S, of Wm Worsham & Clarissa his Wife, born August 
I7tn 1791 & baptized Dec"" 28th 1792. 



Edw: son of Edw: & Mary Yeans born 5th Jan*^ last bap' 14th 

Aprill 1723. 
John: son of Edw* & Mary Yanes born 2d July last: bap* 26 sep* 

1725. 
Eliz' D of Edward and Mary Yeans Born 6th May 1727 Bap* 

oct" ith. 
Thomas Son of Edward and Mary Yanes Born 7th feb' 1728 

Bap* novm 23d. 
Jane D of John and Sarah York Born 7th Sep' 1729. 
Francis Cadet Son of Micael cadet and Temperance young Born 

25th octb' 1 73 1 Bap* 25th Deer. 
Martha dat' of Jn° & Sarah York born 3d June 1732 bap' Aug' 

13th 1732. 
Josiah Son of Edward & Mary yanes Born 17th June 1733 Bap* 

8th Sep' 1733. 
John Son of SanV & Judith young Born loth Sep' 1733 Bap* Jan' 

27th. 
Sarah D. of John and Sarah York born 17th Feb'^ 1734 Baptizd 

4th May 1735. 
James Smith The son of William & Dianer Yarbrough was Born 

Sep'y'^ 2d 1745. 
Richard son of Ditto was Born March y'' 18 1747-8. 
Eliz*** Daughter of Ditto was Born October y*" 23 1750. 
William son of Ditto was Born April y*" 7th 1753. 
Ozwell son of Ditto was Born april 24 1756. 
Joseph son of Ditto was Born November y* 4 1758. 
Ruth Their Negro Girl slave was born Jan' y" 15 1751. 
Marsilva their Negro Girl slave was Born March 22d 1753. 
Anthoney their Negro Boy was born March the ist 1763. 
Sukey their Negro Girl was Born January the 31 1766. 



BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 395 

Dianer, Wife of William Yarbrough departed this life, may the 
1 8th 1767 aged 42 years. 

Tom a Male slave Belonging To William Yarbrough was bom 
may the 3d 1768. 

Nanny a Negro Girl belonging to William Yarbrough was Born 
February the 13th 1769. 

Henry. S. of Henry Young & Winney his Wife, of Bath Par- 
ish, Dinwiddie, born May 3d and baptized September 17th 
1792. 



396 BRISTOL PARISH REGISTER. 



ERRATA, &C. 



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INDEX. 



Abbet, Agnes, Jno., Wm. 277. 

Abemathy or Abernethy, Amy, 
Ann 277, Chas., 278, David 
158, 171, 186, 211, 276-7, Eliz. 
276, Ellis, Fred'k 278, Jno. 
276, 278, Lucy 277-8, Mary 
275-7, Rob't 33, 275-8, Sarah 
Wm. 278. 

Adaman, Cath., Jno. 276, Mary 
275, Sarah 276, Thos., Wm. 
275- 

Adams, Mary 255, 278, Thos, Sam'l 
278. 

Addison, Ann 275-6, Chris., Mary 
276-7, Thos. 43, 275-6, Wini- 
fred 277. 

Adkins, Binns, Howell, Susan 278. 

Aldridge, Eliz. 277-8, Ellis, jo- 
anna, Jno. 278, Mary 277, Milly 
278, Peter 196, 243, 253, 261-2, 
264-6, 277-8, Wm. 202, 207, 
212, 215, 218, 222, 224, 229-31, 
235-6, 239, 241-2, 248, 251, 253, 
^, 255-6,259-60,26^-4,278. 

Alexander, Jno., Martha, Rob't 277. 

Allen, 172, Abra. 109, 275, 277-8, 
Drury 275, Eleanor 277, Eliz. 
278, Elkana 276, Lucy 277, 
Martha 278, Mary loo-i, 107-9, 
25^-60, 275, 277-8, Mason 278, 
Miles 277, Sarah, Wm. 276. 

Alley, 142, 147-9, 151, 153, 155, 159, 
166, 168, Abigail 278, Abra. 34, 
43, 54, 56, 77, 82, 92, 98, 1 14-5, 
118, 120, 123, 128, 131-2, 134, 
136-7, 139, 142-3, 146, 148-9, 
^51, 153, i55, »59, 162, 164 166- 
9, 172, 275-6, Ann 275, Drury 
M7, 233, 278, Hen. 275, Mary 
104-5, 115, 143, 148, 174, 180, 
265, 275-6, Rich'd 118, 120, 123, 
128, 131-2, 134, 136-7, 139, 143, 
Shade, Sukey 278, Tally 275, 
Winifred 147, 153, 276, 278. 

Anderson, Amy 277, Chas. 67-8, 
71, 73, Clybom 277, David 278, 
Eliz. 276-7, Hen. 55, 276-7, 
Jas. 277-8, Jane 100, 277-8, 



Ino. 277, Mat. 35, 43, Ruth 277, 
Wm. 82, 278. 

Andrews, Amy 275, Ann 276, Avis 
275-6, Eliz. 276, Eph., Francis, 
Geo. 275, Hen. 276, Isham 275, 
Jane 275-6, Jno., Luciana, Mar- 
tha 276, Mary 275-7, Phccbe 
277, Rich'd 275-7, Thos. i, 275- 
6, Wm. 275-6, Winifred 275. 

Arbuthnot, Thos., 202, 213. 216. 

Archer, Alice, 277, Ann 275-7, 
Eliz., Field, 277, Frances, 275- 
6, Fred'k 233, 262, 277, Geo. 5, 
6, 10, 12, 18, 23-6, 28, 33-4, 42, 
275-7, Jean 277, Ino. 242, 253, 
Judith 275, Martha 276, Mary 
237, 247, 275-8, Phfebe, Rich'd, 
Roger 277, Sarah 276, 278, Ta- 
bitha, Thos. 277, Wm. 114, 
125, 275-8. 

Armistead, Rob't, 223-6, 232-3, 
235-7, 239-42, 244-6, 248-57, 
259-69, 271-2, Thos. 260, 263. 

Arnall, 63-4. 

Arthur, Cath., 26, 29-31, 37, 39, 
40, 46, 48, 58, 60, 63-4, 90, 94, 
99, 104, 107-8. 

Ash, Norman, 240, 248. 

Atkinson, Eliz., Jno., Mar>% 277, 
Roger 170, 175, 180, 182, 184, 
187, 201, 209, 215, 217, 221, 224, 
239, 242, 255, 258, 260-1, 269, 
278 

Avery, Hen., 174-5. 

Aycock, Eliz., Mary, Rich'd, 278. 

Backly, Ann, Esther, Thos., 281. 

Ba^e, Thos., 213, 216, 226. 

Baird, Jno., 197, 200-1, 270-2, 293, 
Jno. Batte, Polly 293. 

Bailey, Amy. 283, Ann 281, Avis 
282, 285, 287, Geo. 281, 283, 
Hen. 43, 49, 51, 53, 56, 67, 93, 
99, 281-3, 285, 287, Jno. 282, 
Martha 287, Wm. 285. 

Baldin, Eliz., Phoebe, Wm., 286. 

Banister, Jno., 75-6, 82-3, 85, 88, 
98, 101, no, 178, 190, 199, 201, 



398 



INDEX. 



203, 207, 214, 220, 222-5, 233-7, 
242, 245, 249-51, 255, 260-1, 
266-8, 270-3, 285, 287, Martha 
285, Wilmouth 285, 287. 

Banks, 63, 279, Chas. 279, Jas. 27, 
279-81, Mary 118. 279-81, Prise. 
280, Sarah 279, Wm. 281. 

Barber, Abigail, 280, Agnes 279- 
80, 282-3, 285, Amy 283, Ann 
282, Cloud 13, Jno. 280, Rich'd 
279-80, 282-3, 285, Ruth 279. 

Bardin, Pat., Randolph, Rose, 281. 

Barker, Mary Chambless, Nath., 
Sally, 294. 

Barnes, Eliz., fas., Rebecca, 293. 

Barrett, David, 60, 63-4, 283. Jno. 
65, Mary 68, 71-2, 79, 83, 86, 
90. 94, 99. 104, 107, 108, 115, 
119-20, 123, 128, I3r, 134, 136- 
7, 139, M2, 143. 147. 148. 150- 
h 153, 155, 160, 162, 167, 169, 
172, 283. 

Barrow 174, 180, Mary 172, 18;, 
187, 189, 190, 192, 197, 2or, 204, 
227. 

Barry 116, Jos. 108-9. 

Barten, Lettice, Rob't, Wm. 285. 

Bartlett, Cath. 284-5, El»z- 284, [ 
Sam'l 284-5, Wm. 285. i 

Bass, 2-4, Wm. 12, 14, 25. 

Bateman, Walter 198. 

Bath Parish 108, no, 11 2-3, 115, 
117, 121, 144, 158, 160, 164-5, 
172, 186, 211, 249, 395. 

Batte, Agnes 289-90, Ann 283, 
Frances, 294, Hen. 54, 57, 186, 
290, Jno. 283, Mary 279, 282-3, 
289, Mary Anne Jones, 294, 
Rob't 141, 158, 171, 282, Sarah 
293, Thos. 279, 294, Wm. 42, 
54. 57, 67, 77, 82, 92, 99, 102, 
126, 137, 141, 158, 171, 279, ' 
282-3, 289-90, 293. 

Batty 42. 

Baugh, Adam 289, Ann 28^, 291, 
Eliz. 279-81, 286, Francis 286, 
Isham 233, Jas. 15, 35, 43, 55-6, 
77, 83, 92, 98, 114, 125, 140-1, 
157, 170-1, 185-6, 209-10, 246, 
280, 287, 289, 291, Jane 279, 
Jno. 281, 286, 289, Lewis 281, 
Marg't 287, Martha 287, 289-90, 
295, Mary 289, Mary Johnson 
295, Peter, 34, 44, 54, 57, 279, 
Phoebe 290, Rob't 295, Thos. 
289-90, Wm. 142, 148, 280, 287, 
291. 



Baxter, Jas. 288, 293, Jno. 293, Mary 

288, Patsy 293, VVm. 288. 
Beattie, Wm. 247-8. 

Beck, Amy 282, Andrew 55-6, 77, 
83, 92, 98, 279, 281-2, 284, Chas. 

289, Eliz. 279, 281-2, 284, Jno. 
279, 284, Jos. 288-9, Mary 279, 

281, 288-9, Moses 56, 279, 281, 
Phcebe 288. 

Beck with, Ann 287-9, Chas. 289, 
Hen. 287-9, Nehemiah 287, 
Thos. 288. 

Belcher, Edw. 282, Eliz, 285-6, Geo. 
284-8, Lucy 287-8, Mary 279, 

282, 284, 288, Rob't 285, Thos. 

279, Wm. 279, 282, 284, 286, 
Woody 287. 

Bell, Cath. 26. 

Bentley, Jas. 66, Jno. 66, 71, 73, 79, 
80, 283-4, 286, Mary 283-4, 286, 
Mar>' Ellis 28(3, Sarah 284. 

Benwood, Amy, Jos., Mary Ann 
294. 

Berry, Ann, Betty, Hen. 289, 
Marg't 145. 

Bethell 57, 60, Jno. 36, 46, 48, 58, 
60, 62-3, 67, 70, 73. 

Bevell, Ann 279-81, 283, 285, Eliz. 
58, 61, Esse.\ 30, 32, Frances 
285, Jas. 279, Jno. 30-f, 34, 44, 
66, 282, 285-6, Jos. 283, Lucy 
282, Martha 286, Mary 282, 285- 
6, Robt. 24, 54, 59, 61-2, 65, 
279-81, 283, 285, Susan. 285, 
Thos. 63, 65, 281. 

Bibby, Mary 36. 

Biggins, Anne 287, Arthur 290, 
Eliz. 287, 289-90, Lucretia 289, 
Rich'd 222, 224, 231, 235, 287, 
289-90. 

Bingham, Jno., Mary, Wm. 294. 

Birch, Jane 279, 283. Jno. 279, Mar- 
tha 283, Rich'd 279, 283, Sam'l 

30-I1 51. 
Birch ett, Abra. 283, Agnis 279-80, 
292, Daniel 293, David 291, 
Drury 170, 185, 209, 233, 291-3, 
298, Edw. 114, n8, 120, 123, 
128, 130-2, 134, 136-7, 139, 142- 
3, 147-9, 157, 170, 185, 209, 233, 
279-81, 283, 288-9, 291-3, 298, 
Eliz. 292-3, Eph. 292, Frances 
289, 291, Hen. 292, las. 281, 292, 
Jane 288-9, 291-2, Jno. 121, 291, 
Marg't 279-81. 283, 292, Mary 

280, 298, Peter 291, Rob't 125, 
140, 157, 288-9, 291-2, 294, Sa- 



INDEX. 399 

rah 291-3. Susan., Theod'k 293, i Geo., Jane 288, Ino. 25, 42, 65, 

Wm. 280, 2S9, 292. 1 67, 6r, 71, 74, Lucy Ann 295, 

Bird, Eliz. 102, 293, Martha 293, 1 Mason 281, 294, Rob't 1-7, 9, 

Pat 226, 293, Robt. 293. 10, 15-23, 25-9, 32-4, 36, 38, 41- 

Bishop, Jeremiah 240, 243, 246-7, 5, 48-54, 56-7, 59. 60, 62-7, 69- 

, 25'. 253. 7', 74-6, 79, 81-3, 85, 94, 96-9, 

Black, 161, Jane, 153. , 101-3, ^06-7, 1 10-13, *»5-2o, 

Blackman, Abra. 287, Jno. 90- f, 122-3, ^25-7, 129-30, 134-5, 

286-7, 290, Lucy 286, Sophia 172-4, 180, 182, 185, 203, 206, 

286-7, 290, Wood 290. 208, 213-18, 220-1, 224, 226, 

Blackstone, Jno., Mary 282, 284, 233-4, 236-7, 242, 244, 250, 252, 

287, Rice 284, Wm. 282. 261-2, 267-74, 278, 281, 285, 

Black well, Ann, Jno., Martha 294, 291, 2^4, 295, Rob't Smith 294, 

Wm. 181. Seigniora 294-5, Stith 19, Su- 

Blanchet, Eliz., Jno. 283, 286, Thos. san. 291, Thos. 295, Thos. T. 

283, Wm. 286. 294, Yelverton de Mallet 295. 

Bland, Ann 291, Anna Buck 294, Bonner, Duke 259, Hen. 267, Isham 
Eliz. 291, Frances 288, 291-2, 268, J as. 249, Jesse 270, 273-4, 

Jane 291, Ino. 295, Mary 291, 295, Jno. 126, Rob't 204, Susan. 

294, RichM 56-7, 148, 152-4, I 288, Thos. 96-7, 141, 146, 149, 

161, 166, 188, 193, 195, 200, 151, 153, 155, 159, 161-2, 166, 

220-1, 223, 249, Theod'k 96, | 168, 171, 178, 183, 185, 187, 189, 

98, 101-7, 109-13, 115-19, 122, 192-3, 200, 208-9, 214, 216, 

126-7, 129-35, 137-40. 142,144-' 219-20, 223, 225, 227-31, 233. 

6, 148, 151-2, 154, 156-7, 159, , 235, 244, 249-50, 253, 256-8, 

162-6, 168 70, 172-3,' 175-6, i 288. 

180, 183, 187-90, 192, 197, 202- Booker, Marg't, Mary 293, Mary 
4, 207, 212, 214, 217-18, 220- Brooks 294, Rich'd 55, 66, 69- 

21, 223, 225, 232-3, 235-6, 239- 71, 73-4, 76, 228, 286, 293-4. 

45, 247 9, 253-4, 260, 286, 288, ! Booth, Amy, Dorcas 282, Thos. 57, 
291-2. 282. 

Blaton, Sarah, 282. Bott, Ann 280, Eliz. 279-80, 286, 

Blick, Benj. 280-1, 287, 292. Eliz. Miles 286, Thos. 1-23, 25-31, 

280-1, 287, Geo. 233, Jane 292. 33-4, 36, 38-40, 44-5. 47, 50-2, 

Jno. 185, 209, 233, 281, 294, I 54, 279-80, 286. 
Martha 287, Pat, Sarah 294, Bowen, Amy, Avis 283-4, David, 
Wm. 59, 62. Eph. 284, Lucy 283, Rob't, 

Bly, Eliz., 61, Mary 59, 281, 284 Wm. 283-4. 

Sarah 58, 281, 284, Susan. 58. Bowman, Eliz. 282, 284, 286, Peter 

Blyth, Mary, 323. 286. Rob't 282, Wm. 282, 284, 

Bobbitt, Eliz., Lewis, Miles, 284, 1 286. 

Wm. 84. ' Bowyer (Bowyon), Amy, Jesse, 

Boilsy, Jno., Peter, Susan. 290. Wm. 287. 

Boisseau, Anna, Benj., Dan., 292, Boyd, Walter 177, 184, 187, 189, 
Eliz. 287, James 122-4, 127, 206. 

130-', '35. 137-8, 140, 142, Bracey, (Bressie) Eliz. 281, 284-5, 
'44-52, 155-7. '59. 162, 164-6, 287, Francis 38, 46, 48, 5h 53i 

168, 170, 173-4, 182, 184, 284, 56.78,86-7,93,281,284-5,287, 

287, 290-2, Jno. 291, Mary 287, Mar>' 284, Sam' 1 287, Thos. 285. 

291-2, Molly Holt 292, Sarah, Bradshaw, Ann 280-4, Benj. 284, 
Susan. 287. Eliz. 282, Gower 281, Jno. 65, 

Boiling, Alex., 135, 137-8, 142-3, 280-4, Phtebe 283, Wm. 280. 

>45-9, 15 '-2, 156, 162, 165-6, Bragg, Eliz. 281, 283, Hugh 279, 
168, 173, 182, 184, 187-8, 211, 281-3, Joel 282, Mary 279, 281- 

291, Ann 1, 34. 54, 77. 92, 96, 3. Wm. 279. 

278. 280-1, Cath. 294-5, Drur>' | Brandon, Aaron 293, Chas. 289, 
12, 16, 18, 21-2, 25-6. 63, 280-1, 1 Eliz., Gab. 293, Jno. 289, 293, 



400 



INDEX. 



Judith 293, Mary 289. 293, Peter 
2Q3, Wm. 266. 

Brandon Parish ( Martin's Brandon > 
108, 116, 160, 164-5, 185, 187, 
215, 219, 229, 231, 243-4. 

Brannum, Marg't 11, 

Brewer, Jas. 286, Jos. 281, Letitia 
286, Marg't, Mary 281, Peter 
286. 

Brice, Marg't, Molly, Nancy 293, 
Wm. 233, 245, 293. 

Brisbane, Edw. 228, 247. 

Broadie, 295. 

Broadway, Edm. 280, Edw. 282, 
Jno., Letitia 280, Mary 280, 282, 
Sarah, 286, Thos. 280, 286, 
Wm. 280. 

Brockwell, Betsy, Jemima, Thos. 
294. 

Brodnax, Ann, Wm. 290. 

Brooks, Amy 285, Ann 280-1, 283- j 
6, Geo. 280-1, 283, 286, Jno. I 
2S3, Martha 281, 283, Thos. I 
280, 283-6. ; 

Browder, Amy 285, Ann 286, Ar- 
thur 99, Dorothy 282, 2^5, ^ 
Edm. 226-7, 244-5, 281-2, Eliz. ' 
280-1, 283, 285-6, 288, Fred'k 
290. Geo. 96, 100- 1, 281, 283, I 
285-6, 288, Handstess, Jas. 281, 
Jean 283, Jno. 38-40, 53» 171, I 

219, 280, 285-6, 28J>, 290, Jos. 

28^, Marg't 289-90, Martha ' 
281-2, Mary 281, 283, 288, 290, ' 
Mason 288. Prise. 286, Sarah 
282, 290, Wm. 147, 150, 169, ! 
172, 174, 180, t86, 210, 227-8, 
280, 282, 285, 289-90, Winnv 
288. 
Brown, Alice 213, Ann 279, Bos- 
well 291, Burwell 288, 291, 
Eliz. 58, 75, 167, 169, 172, 
174, 180, 183, 187, 189-90, 
^92, 197, 202 204, 207, 212, 
215, 218, 279, 288, 290-1, 355, 
Frances 288, Geo. 71, 78, 
Jesse 291, Jno. 36, 84, 86-7, 
90-h 94-5» 99. 100. '04, 107-8, 
115, 118, 120. 122-3, 128-9, 131- 
2, 134. 136-7, 139, 142-3, 146, 
148-9. »5'. 153, I5S 159. 162, 
166, 279, Mary 355, Noah 169- 
70, 178, 290 I, Peter 172-5, 
Rebecca 291, Rich'd 279, Sarah 
172, 293, Thos. 288, Wm. 176, 
179-80, 224, 230, 243, 248-9, 
252-3, 256, 279, 288, 291. 



Browney, Rebecca 243. 

Bruce, Hannah, Jas., Slarg't 290. 

Bryan, Lewis 58, Mary, Thos., Wm. 

282. 
Bryerly (Br>'ally or Broyerly), 

Dorothy 282, Jno. 30, 32, 279, 

280, 282, Pru. 280, Rebecca 279- 

80, 282, Wm. 279. 
Buchanan, David 293, Neil 215, 

226, Silas Dunlop 293. 



Bugs:. Jno. 76, 284. \iary, Wm. 284. 

Bullington, Jno. 287. 

Bullock, Eliz, Frances, Ishmael, 



282. 

Bundy, Constance, Mary, Rich*d, 
289. 

Burge, Alex., Constant 290, Eliz. 
283, Frances 282-3, 285, 288, 
Francis 288, Fred'k 287, 289, 
Jas, 243, 253, Jno. 125, 141, 157, 
1 6s, 282-3, 285, 288, Mary 279, 

287, 289-90, Rich'd 282, 290, 
Thos. 279, 287, 289-90, Wm. 
290, Woodie 289. 

Burgess, Benj. 71, Sarah 86, Wm. 

66. 
Burk, W^m. 19S, 204. 
Burn, David, Frances 285. 
Burnett, Alex. 240, 248, Deborah, 

Joyce, Rich'd 287, 
Bursby, Ann 281, Drury 284, Eliz. 

283, Martha 281, 283-4, Miles 

284, Simon 281, 283-4. 
Burton, Abra. 17, 5s- 6, 281-6, Ann 

284-5, Cath. 281, Chas. 286, 
David 282, Eliz. 281, Fran. 284, 
Hen. 286, Jno. 281-2, 284-6, 
Lazarus 282, Lovedy, 286, Mar- 
tha 284, Mary 281-^, 285, Phoebe 
283, Rachel 286, Robt. 284-5, 
Sam'l 281, Sarah 282, 284, 286, 
Winifred 282. 
Burrough (Burow), Ann 288, Cath, 

285, 288, Eliz. 287, Hen. 283, 
Jas. 285, 288, loanna, Jno. 283, 
Jos. 288, Martha 287, Mary 285, 

288, 290, Nath., Patty 290, 
Philip, Wm. 287. 

Burwell, )no. 256-7, 260. 

Butler, Ann 283-4, 286, 289, 293, 
Dionysia 294, Eliz. 284-5, 288- 
9, 292, 295, Fanny 293, Jacob 
42, 45, 67, Jas. 55, 77, 92, 99, 
114, 125, 141, 286, Jesse 288, 
Jno. 44, 56, 103, 106, 114, 154, 
176, 180, 25, 218, 222, 225, 229 
247, 283-4, 286-7, 289, 292, Jos. 



INDEX. 



401 



232, 289. 293, Lewis 215, 218, 
222, 225, Marg't 25-6, 287-8, 
Martha 284, 287, 292, Peter 285, 
Rich'd 26, Sarah 284-7, 292, 
Sion, Sterling 294, Thos. 287, 
Wm. 35, 39, 40, 43, 55, 77, 83, 
92, 99, 119, 166, 168, 172, 174, 
180, 182-3, 187. 189-90, 192, 197, 
201, 203, 207, 212, 215, 218, 222, 
225, 229, 231, 239, 242, 247-8, 
253, 284-5, 287-9, 292. 

Butterworth, Ann 172, 174, 180, 
182-3, *87, 189-90, 1Q2, 197, 201, 
207, 212, 215. 218, 222, 224, 236, 
239, 241-2, 251, 255-6, 25960, 
262-3, 280, Chas. 280, 289-90, 
Eliz. 203, 289-90, Mary 290, 
Nicholas 280. 

By water, Abra. 153. 

Cabaniss, see Cavanist. 

Cadet, Frances 394, Michael 378, 
Cain 17S. 

Call, Dan. 170, 185, Helen, Rich'd 
Keith 303, Wm. 173, 214-26, 
229-42, 248, 250-3, 255-6, 258, 
260, 302-3. 

Campbell, Dan. 225, 229, 243, 

Cameron, Ann Owen 303, Donald 
273, Jno. 268-9, 271-3, 303, 
Thos. 303. 

Cannell, Cath., Moses, Rob't 296. 

Car^ill, Cornelius, Wm. 297. 

Cane, Judith, Mary, Wm. 300. 

Carklon, Thos. 99. 

Carlile, Eliz. 296, 301, Jno. 301, Ke- 
ziah 296, >lary 295-6, Nath. 295, 
Rich'd 35, 43. 55-6, 77, 295-6, 
301. 

Camill, Dan. Geo., Sandilla 298. 

Carpenter, Eliz. 255-7, 259, 261-4, 
266, 269, Wm. 193, 196, 204. 

Cate, J as. 158, 171, 185, 209. 

Caudle, David, 298, Eliz. 296, Jno. 
296-9, Lucretia 297, Mary 296- 
9, Sarah 299, Thos. 296, 

Causy, Jno. 303. 

Cavanist, Geo., Mary 300. 

Chalmers, Francis, Hen., Sylvia 
301. 

Chambers, Wm. 24, 41, 45. 

Chambliss, Eliz. 301, Frances 299- 
301, Hen. 299, 300, Jas. 301, 
Jno. 43. 114. 125, 141, 145, 157, 
176, 179, 301, Jos. 300, Mary 
299, Sarah 301, Wm. 157. 



Chandler, Abra. 300, Eliz. 299, 300, 
Isaac 290, Wm. 299, 300. 

Chapman, Chas, Frances, Jno., Sa- 
rah 296. 

Chappell, Abra. 297, Ann 295, Eliz. 
297-8, Mary 295, Rob't 295, 
297-8. 

Cheatham, Geo., Nelly, Walker 
302. 

Cheves, Eliz., Jemima 301, Jno. 299, 
Mary 299, 300- f, Rebecca 71, 
Sarah 71, 301, Susan. 300, Ta- 
bitha 301, Thos. 114, 125, 140, 
183, 189-90, 192, 204, 299, 300- 

1, Wm. 300. 
Chevers, Ann, Jno. 301. 
Childress, (Childres) Agnes, 299, 

300, Jno. 300, Rob't 299, 300, 

Susan. 299. 
Childs, Walter 55, 56, 297, 299. 
Chisnall, Alex., Mary 298. 
Chiswell, Bersheba 282. 
Christian, Ann 302, Jas. 300, Jno. 

227, Lucy Grice 302, Mary 300, 

Rich'd 302. 
Christwell, 270, Barsheba, Lewis, 

Marg't 295. 
Claiborne, Augustine 130, 140, 176, 

178-90, 193, iq6, 198, Burnell, 

Hannah, Martha 301. 
Clarke, Boiling 217, 301, Daniel 

300, Eliz. 300-1, Jas. 102, 109- 

II, Jno. 300, Jos. 301, Lucy 227, 

Marg't 300, Phoebe, Wm. 301. 
Clay, Amy 296, Chas. 66, 299, Jno. 

Mary, 299, Thos. 296. 
Clayton, Isham 66, 299, Jno., Sarah 

299. 
Clements, Eliz. 302, Freeman 300, 
Jas. 303, Jno. 188, 301-2, Jos. 
302, Lockie 301, Marg't 302, 
Mary 2^5, 301-2, Martha 299- 
302, Pnsc. 301, Rebecca 299, 
Rob't 301, Thos. 45, 105, 107- 
8, 115, 118, 120. 123, 128-9, 131- 

2, 134, 136-7, 139, 142-3, 148, 
250, 299-302, Wm. 302. 

Clemmonds or Clemonds, See 

Clements. 
Clensy, Ann, Cornelius, Sarah 299. 
Cobb, Gather, Robt 298, Sam'l 65- 

6, 299, 300. 
Cock, Abra., Mary, 298. 
Colbreth, Affa, Evin, Martha 300. 
Cole, Ann 302, Jas. 59, Wm. 302. 
Coleman, Amy 296, Ann 298, Benj. 

297, Dan. 297-^, Eliz. 297-300, 



402 



INDEX. 



Faith 295-6, Francis 35, 43, 295- 
6, 300, Jno. 56, 66, 295. 297-8, 
Jos. 300, Marg't 298-9, Marger>' 
Lucas 299, Martha 297-8, Mary 
295-8, 300, Mary Ligon, 298, 
Peter 295-6, Rob't 5-7, 11, 65, 
Sarah 297-9, Warner 299, Wm. 
35, 43. 295-300. 

Colvill, See Col well. 

Col well, Ann 295, Edw. 25, 30-1, 
33, 38-40, 77, 82, 295, Tabitha 
295. 

Conway, Edm. 214-5, 218, 222, 224, 
227, 235, 239. 241-2, 247, 251, 
253, 255, 259, 261, 266, Jno. 236, 
241, S>arah 265-6. 

Cook, 214, 217, Benj. 79, 80, 169, 
172, 174-5, 301, Dinah, 297, 
Eliz. 71, 73, 78, 80, 295-7, 301, 
Frances, 245, 301, Fred'k. 300, 
Hen. 302, Jack 17, Jean 302, 
Jno. 297, Mary 217, 219, Nick- 
ols, 298, Peter-hannor 205, 
Rich'd, 49, 53, 295-7, 302, Rob't 



297-8, 300, Ruth 296, Sarah 297, 
Winifred 297-8, 300. 

Corbin, Eliz, Wm., Rosey 302. 

Coothrell, Alex. 239, 248. 

Cotton, Becky, Celah, Jno. 334, 
Major 135, 152, 160-1, 163, 167, 
169, 172, 174, 180, 183, 187, 
197-8, 201, Mary 152, 154, 189, 
192, Wm. 92. 

Couchj Eliz., Mat., Thos. 297. 

Council, Morgan 212, 214. 

Cousins, Ann 298, Chas. 79 80, 295, 
298, Geo. 295, Margery 295, 
298. 

Covington, Cath., Mary, Thos. 299. 

Cox, Benj. 301, Eliz., Eleanor 302, 
Frances 301, Geo 300, Hen. 
297-8, Jno., Lucretia 300, Mary 
301, Sam'l 302, Sarah 300. 

Coziear, Dunnim, Eliz., Jno. 300. 

Creaise, Wm. 233, 243, 247, 253. 

Crawfoot, See Crawford. 

Crawford, Andrew i, 6, Jno. 135. 

Crawley, 82, Davjd 2, 56, Wm. 43, 
106, 209. 

Crecher, Agnes, Hannah, Millesin, 
Mourning, Titus 296. 

Crew, Ann 297, 303, David, Han- 
nah 297, Jno. 147, 150-1, 154-5, 
160, 162, 167, 169, 172, Jos. 303, 
Sam'l 297. 

Crook, Geo. 298, Eliz. 196, 298, Jas. 
298, Jos. 121, 298, Martha 298, 



300, Mary, 298, Sol. 121, 300, 

Tabitha 298. 
Crooker, Eliz. 29, 33. 
Cross, Amy 67, Rich'd 367. 
Crow, Mathias 232. 
Crowder, Abra. 297-8, 300, Amy 

297, Barth. 35, 43, 55-6, 77, 82, 

92, 295-7, David 300. Eliz. 295- 

7, Frances 297-8, 300, Geo. 297, 
Hen. 296-7, Jno. 51, 57, 60, 62, 
63, 67, 70, 73, 298-300, Jos. 300, 
Mary 296, 298-300, Phcebe 297, 
Rich'd 296-7, Thos. 298, Wm. 
206, 300. 

Crutcher, Titus, 39, 40. 

Cuirton and Curiton, see Cureton. 

Cummings, 90. 

Cureton, Chas. 302, Eliz. 297, Jas. 

209, 233, Jno. 56, 79, 80, 103, 

210, 233, 295 9, 302, Frances 
296-8, 302, Louisa 302, Susan. 
296, Winifred 302. 

Currie, Geo. 136, 138-9, 142-3, 147- 

8, 150-1, 154-5, 160, 162, 167, 
169, 172, 174, 180, 183, 189-90, 
192, 201, 204, 207, 212, 215, 218, 
222, 229, 231. 

Curtis, Eleanor, Jno. 297. 

Dale Parish, 80-1, 84-5, 118, 143, 
174, 211. 

Dal>[, Dennis, 16, 19-20. 

Daniel, Edith, 252, Eliz. 297, Hen. 
141, Jane 252, 256, 259-60, 262- 
4. 266, 268-9, Roger 114, 126, 
183, Thos. 186, 210, 233, 249. 

Darby, see Derby. 

Davenport, Thos. 141, 157, 171, 
186. 

Davis, Ann, 179, Ann Lamboth, 
202, 319, Eliz. 138, 142, 144, 
147, 15', 154-5, 160, 162, 167, 
169, 172, 174, 180, 182-3, 187-9, 
192, 197, 303, Geo. 200, Jno. 
62, 155, Martha, Mary, Maxey 
303, Nancy 243, 252, 255-6, 259, 
Polly Baugh, Sam*l, Sarah, 
Shepherd, Thos. Jones 303, 
Wm. 5, 7, 8, 12, 14, 28, 33, 35, 
43, 77, 83, 163, 169-70, 173, 176, 
178-9, 181, 204, 303. 

Day, 264, 266, Jas. 195, 199, 200, 
255, 259. 261-5, 304, Lavinia, 
Lucy Ann Kimbow 304. 

Deacon, Eliz., lane, Sarah 243. 

Dearden, RichWJ, 19. 

Delahay, see Delawayhay. 



INDEX. 



403 



Delawayhay, loo, ii8, Margery 
104, Mary 107-8, 115, VVm. 105. 
Delony, Hen. 200. 
Denheart, Jacob 167, 190, 2or, 204, 

207, 212, 215, 219, 229, 231. 
Denton, 100, J no., Jno. Creagh, 

Marg't, Rebecca Hathom 303. 

Derby, jno. 58, 67, 69. 

Dewey, Stephen 87, 90-1, 109-11, 
113, 115, 152, 155-6, 159-65, 167, 
173» 175. »8i, 303. 

Dezeam (Deshain, Deasonne, De- 
gern, Disshonn, Dezern, De- 
zeame), Francis 86, 104, n8, 
120, 128-9, 131-2, 134, 136-7, 
>39, »42-3, 147-8, 150-1, 153. 
155. '59-60, 162, 167, 169, 172, 
174-5. 

Dick, Marg't 243, 255, 256, 259, 263. 

Dickson, Hen. 99, 174, 180, 183, 
189, 192, Thos. 99. 

Digges, Wm. 257-8, 261, 264-6. 

Dilhhay, Jno., 28, 84. 

Dison, see Dyson. 

Dodson, Aggy Franklin 303, Eliz. 
30, 39, 46, 48, 51-2, 57, 60, Mar>' 
303, Wm. 5-9, II, 13-15, 303. 

Donlavy or Donlavie, Jno. 214, 217. 

Doram, Jane, Pat, Wm. 297. 

Dowley, Amy, 25*; -6. 

Downing, Rob't 63. 

Dunn, Edw. 67, Jean, Lewis Bur- 
well, Lucy, Alary, Thos., Wm. 

303. 

Duncan, Chas. 188, 199. 

Durand, Mary 303. 

Dyson, Benj. 6, Francis 123, Leon- 
ard 53, Mary 13-4, 19, 20, 30-1, 
37, 39, 45, 47, 5»-2, 57, 61-2, 64, 
67, 69, 70, 74, 78, 80. 

Eaginton, 37, 39, 51, 57, 60, 62-3, 
67, 70, Jno. 27, 32. 

Eanes, Edw., Eliz., Jno., Jos., 
Mary, Thos. 394. 

Eaton, Mary 84-7, Wm. 24, 99, 114, 
125, 140, 15768, 170, 173, 177, 
180-2, 184-5, 187, 190, 194-5, 
199, 202-3, 205-6, 209. 

Edgar, Eliz., Jane, Wm. 343. 

Edwards, Eliz. 296, Jno. 125, 140, 
151, 154-5, 157, 296, Lewis, 
Mary, Mary Danforth 304, Phil. 
153, Wm. 210, 223, 231. 

Egleton. Thos. 142, 158, 172, 186, 

208, 213, 216, 240, 243, 247, 
253-4. 



j Elder, Rob't 225, 229, 236, 239, 241- 
I 3, 245, 247, 253, 261-2, 264, 

266 9. 

Eldridge, Thos. 11, 37. 
, Elizabeth Parish 234. 

Ellis, Eliz. 49, Jno. i, 3, 11, 12, 29, 
Martha 13^. 

Ellington, David 65, Jno. 35, 43, 55, 
57, 77. 82, 92. 

Epes, Epps or Eppes, Edw. 205, 
Frances 103, Francis 67, 140, 
149, Frank 304, Isham 89, 90, 
99, 106, 119, Jas. 162, Jno. 34, 
103, 304, Littleberry 11, Lucre- 
tia, Rich'd, Susan. 304, Thos. 
180, Wm. 35, 43, 55-6, 71, 73, 
77, 96, 104-5 1 12-3, 116, 118, 
120, 123-4, 127, 129-30, 135-6, 
138-40, 145, 151-2, 159, 166-7, 
170, 174. 

Epperson, Jno. 71. 

Sk^ns, Ann, Betty 134, Jno. 35, 43, 
67, Philip 134, Rob't 171, 186, 
210, 233, Thos. 144, 158, 171, 
186, 211, 233, Wm. 256, 259, 
261-3. 

Ezell, Buckner, Eliz., Rich'd 304. 

Facey, Edw. 86-7. 
Farrell, 57, 60. 

Featherstone, Edw., Lucy, Martha 
; Edwards, Sarah 305. 

' Feild or Field, Jas. 188, 190, 199, 
205, 226, 256-8, 260-2, 264, 266 
-7, 270, 272-3, 305, Jno. 69, 
Theop. 45, 49, 5°, 54, 57, 59» 
61-2, 65-6, 69, 70, 74 5, 82 3, 
86, 88-9, 92, 93, 96-101, 104-10, 
1 1 2-3 115-29, 133, 137-8, 140, 
' 144-5, 148, 151-2, 154-7, 159, 

162, 164-6, 168-70, 173-6, 178-82, 
184-5, 187-92, 197-8, 200-5, 207- 
8, 212-15, 217-8, 220-6, 233-7, 
239-42, 244, 249-50, 252, 254. 
Field & Call, 188, 190-3, 199, 202, 
204, 206, 213, 215-6, 220, 226-8, 
230, 232. 
Fellows, Rob't 29. 
i F'enn, Dan. Baugh, Joel, Mary, 
I Rich'd 305. 

I Feranondo, see Fernando. 
Fernando, Ann 304, Benj. 133, 183, 
189, 192, 304, Alary, Sarah 304. 
Fergusson, Jno. 55, 56, Rob't 102- 
10, 112-3, 115-20, 122-3, 125-7, 
130-1, 134, T36-7, 139. 
, Finn, David, Francis, Joel, Jno., 



404 



INDEX. 



Rosey, Sarah, Thos. Francis, 

Wm. 304. 
Fisher J35, Chas. 59, 6»-2, 65-6, 69- 

71. 73, 75-6, 78, 82-3, 86, 88. 92- 

3, 96-9, 101-3, 107, no, 112-3, 

115-16, 118-24, 127, 129-30, 140, 

Dan., Eliz., Jno. K. 304, Wm. 

5, 7. 8, 12. 
Fitzgerald 103, Ann 309, Jno. 17, 

56, 58, 60, 90-1, 94-5, 99. ^06, 

309- 
Flewellin, Rich'd 43, Wm. 181. 
Floyd, Esther 66, Jno. 67, 72-3, 79- 

81, 83-4, 86-7, 118. 
Flyn, Lau^hlin 30, 32. 
Ford, Chris. 203, 205, Matthew 88. 
Fowler, Godfr>' 34, 44, 54, 62, 215, 

Mark, Mary, Matthew 338, 

Thos. 46-7. 
Fox 161. Cornelius 63-4. 
Franklin, Jas. 10, Ino. 44. 
Franks, Jos., Saran 68. 
Fraser, Ann Laughton 304-5, Eliz. 

304, Maria Deas 305, Simon 

304-5, Thos. 305. 
Frost 58, 61. 

Galbreath, Angus, Barbara, Dan., 

Duncan, Isabel, Cath., Marg't, 

Mary, Wm. 310. 
Gallimore, Ann, Eleanor, Eliz., 

Jas., Sam'l, Wm. 65. 
Gamlin, Mary, Wm., 307. 
Garrett, Abra. 308, Ann 305, Isaac 

307, Jno. 30, 32, 305-9, Stephen 

309, Susan 305-9, Thos. 308. 
Gary, Eliz. 310, 311, Hannah, Jno. 

310, Jos., Mary, Nancy Harri- 
.son 311, Rich'd 114, 126, 141, 
157, '7'. 186, 310-11, Sarah 311, 
Wm. 233, 236, 241. 

Gates, Edw. 307, Mary 309, Susan 
42, 3^*7, 309, Wm, 42, 71, 307, 

309- 
Geddy, Eliz. Kidd, Euphan, 311, 

Jas. 270, 272-3, 311. 
Gee, Chas. 114, 125, 140, 157, 170, 

310-11, Jno., Mary, Sarah 310, 

Susan,, Thos. 311. 
Gent, Abra. 306, Ann 305, Jane 310, 

Mary 305-6, 310, Moses 306, 

Thos. 93, 100, 306, 310, Wm. 

12, 19, 20, 305-6. 
Gerald, Ann, Jno. 310. 
Gibbons, Marg't 243. 
Gibbs, Agnes 307, Alex. 194, Ann 

306, Cornelius 308, Eliz. 305, 



Jno. 305-1 1, Lucy 308-9, Martha 
310-11, Mary 305-9, Matthew 
308, Patty 310, Phcebe, Rich'd 

308, Susan. 307-8, Thos. 308, 
Wm. 82, 143, 148, 205, 310. 

i Gibson, Churchill J. 344, Marg't 

247. 
[ Gill, Amy 307, Ann 26, 306, Betty 
36, Eliz. 79, 306, Erasmus 311, 
Jos. 16, 306, Lucy Jones 311, 
Martha 305, 307, Mary 36, Peter 
59. Sarah 311, Stephen 305, 307, 

309, Webster 34, 44, 54, Wm. 

t 305. 

Gilliam, Amy 307, Ann 306-7, 309. 
Chas. 2, 22, 79, 81, 84-5, 243, 
I 308-9, Christian 311, Eliz. 306- 

I 8, 310-11, Frances 305-9, Har- 
ris, 305-9, Jas. 309, Jno. 42, 92, 
99, 113, 126, 141, 158, 171, 186, 
211, 306-7. 307, 309-11. Jos. 308- 
9, Lucy 307, Rebecca 305, Rob't 
186, 211, 256, 260-4, 266, 268, 
Wm. 306, 310- II. 

Gilmore^ Isaac 266. 

Glr^cock, Jno., Rachel 306, Rob't 
2, 306. 

Glass, Eliz. Jno. 307, Jos. 307-8, 
Mar>' 308, Sarah 307-8. 

Glidewell, 30, 37, 39, Dan. 2, 12, 
18-9, Eliz. 45, 305, 307, 309-10, 
Nash 305, 310, Peter 310, Rob't 
38, 45, 305, 307, Susan. 307, 
Tarance Lamb 309. 

Goldie, Rob't 138, 145. 

Golightly, Chris. 114, 125, 141, 157, 
171, 179, Hugh 43, 305-6, Hugh 
Lee 306, Jane 305-6, Jno. 43, 
3c6, Mary 305, Thos. 306. 

Goodcy, Eliz. Cain, Jno., Sarah, 
Susan., 311. 

Goodwin or Godwyn, Ann 30^, 
Bosvvell 253, 261, 265, David 
306, Jno. 309, Judith 262, 264, 
266, 269, Martha 305-6, Mat- 
thew, Susan., 309, Tabitha, 305, 
Thos. 305-6. 

Gordon 128, 133, 161, 190-1, 206, 
Sam'l 115-20, 122-3, 125, 127, 
131. »34, »37-8, 140, 1/5-6, 148, 
151. 154, »57. 159. »62, 168, 
»7o, 173-4, '80, 182, 184, 187, 
190, 201, 208, 212, 214, 217, 
226. 
' Gordon & Boyd 161. 

Gordon & Ramsay 190, 206. 
I Gower, Ann. Eliz., Wm. 307. 



INDEX. 



405 



Orace, J no. 41. 

Grade, Archibald, Hester, Sarah 

Rogers 310. 
Grainger, Ann, Benj. 307-9, Edith 

309, Frances 30S, J no. 307, Jos. 

42, 307. 

Grammer, Eliz. 310, Jno. 310-11, 
Jos. Mary Wright, Peter, Prise. 
310. 

Grantham, Delilah Peterson, Jas., 
Jean 311. 

Gray, Alex., Ann, Mar>' 309. 

•Green, Abigail 306-8, Abra. 55-6, 
308-9, Amy 309, Ann 307-9, 
Burwell 118, 126, 141, 158. 171, 
186, 211, 310, Dorcas 307, Eliz. 
306-9, Esther 309, Frances 305, 
Geo. 307-8, Hen. 306-8, Je- 
mima 308, Jno. 306-9, Jonathan 
309, Lewis 1-3, 5-8, 305-6, Lewis 
Burwell 310, Marg't 307, Mar- 
tha 307, 309, Mary 306-7, 310- 
323, Peter 305, 307, Rich'd 309, 
Rosomond 307-S, Susan. 306, 
Wm. 55-6, 308-Q, Wm. Ran- 
dolph 310, Winifred 308. 

Greenway, Jas. 257. 

Gregory or Grigor>', Chas. 231, 
Eliz. 305-6, 310-11, Harriet 311, 
Jane 309, Jno. 306, Lucy 309, 
Mary 306, Nance 305, kich'd 
270, 272, 274, 310-11, Thos. 10, 
56, 305-6, 309, Wilson 310. 

Griffin. Edw. 264, 266, 268, Jno. 
307, Mary 264, 266, 268, 306-7, 
309, Ralph 306, Rich'd 306-7, 
309, Wm. 309. 

Grigg, Abner, Amy, Burrell, 309, 
Eliz. 306-7, Frances 307-8, Hen. 
234, Jas. 35, 43, 307-8, Jesse, 
Mary 309, Peter 308, Susan 28, 
306, Wm. 306, 309. 

Ganter, Jno. 306, Martha 306-7, 
Mary 307, Thos. 306, 307. 

Hacker, Amy 262, Obedience 264, 

266, 269. 
Hackney, Frances 315, Jno. 317, 

Sarah, Thos. 313, 315, 317, 

Wm. 313. 
Haddon, Becky 321, Edw. 319, 

Frances 120-1, Francis 157, 161, 

3-8-9, 321, Luc>-3i8, Mary 319, 

Peterson 321. 
Haines, Mary 72. 
Hall, Ann 319, Edw. 312, 314, Eliz. 

3 '2, 314. 320-1, F'rances 312, 



314, Geo. 312, Instant or In- 
stance 1,2, 5, 6, 12-4, 16-7, 24, 
28, 33. 38, 4J. 42, 44-5. 48, 57. 
76, 96, 98, 116, 118, 130, 312, 
318-9. 321, Isaac 270-4, Jas. 170, 
312, 314-5, Joel Sturdivant 320, 
Jno, 90-1, 94-5, 106, 108, 130, 
203-5, 207, 215, 219, 23'--!, 312, 
31.S, 318-9, Judith 312, Martha 
318-9, Mary 37, 39, 40, 75. 79, 
80, 94-5, ICO, 107, 115, 118, 120, 
123-4, I3». 163, 167,312, 319-20, 
Mar>' Herbert Stith 321, Pat. 

314, Rich'd 312, Ruth 314-5, 
Sally 320, Theod'k 314, Wm. 
312, 320. 

Hamblet, Obediah 226. 
Hamilton, Andrew 321, Ann, Da- 
vid, Eliz., Jno. 315, Obediah 

244. 

Hamlin, Ann 317, Peter 316, Phre- 
be, Thos. 316-7, Wm. 85-6, 88- 
9, 96, 98, 10 1, 103, 106. 

Hammond or Hammons,Eliz., Jno. 

315, 3'7, Ruth 315. 
Hansell, Jas. 318, Jno. 173, 318, 

Cath. 318, Mary 214, 217. 

Hanson, Rich'd 197, 201. 

Hardaway (Hardiway), Agnes, 
Ainsworth 318, Ann 319-20, 
Benj. Stith 320, Drury 316, 
319-20, Frances 313, 3'5-6, 318, 
Francis 317, Jas. 128, 133, 312, 
Jas. Markham 315, Jane ^12-4, 

316, Jean 315, Jno. 315-8, Jos. 
3^4, 319 Keren-happuch 318, 
Luc>', Mason 319, Susan 318, 
Thos. 34, 43, 54, 70, 77. 82, 86- 
7, 90-2, 98, loo-i, 106, 114, 312- 
4, 3'6-8, Wm. 121, 313. 

Harding (Harden), Wm. 237, 240, 
242, 246, 248, 25 r, 253, 255-6, 
259-60, 262-4, 268, 270. 
Hardey, Jno., Rachel, Rich'd 318, 
Hare (Hair) Ann 239, 242, 248, 251, 
253. 255-6, 259-60, 262-4, 266, 
320, Dan., Jas., Mary, Thos. 
320. 
Harmer, Ann, Thos. 319. 
Harper, Geo., Jos., Susan. 316. 
Harris, Ann 312-5, F^dw. 314, Eliz. 
318, Frances 316, Geo 313, Ju- 
1 dy 150, Mary 316. Rich'd 318, 
I Thos, 228, Tim. 312-14, Wm. 

I 315-6. 

j Harrison, Arthur 312, Benj. 177, 
I 319, Col. 25, Edm. 320-1, Eliz. 



406 



INDEX. 



319-20, Gab. 43, 312. Grace 3 1 2, 
Hen. 320, Jas. 99, 109, 144, 158, 
171, ib6, 2U, 233, Martha Ann, 
Mary, Mar>' Murray, 321, Nath. 
185, 209, 21 1-2, 214, Peyton, 
320, Rich'd 196, 200, 319, Rob't 
170, Wm. 184, 187-91, 195, 197- 
8, 201-3, 207-8, 212, 214-5, 217- 
8, 220-7, 229-3 f, 233-42, 244-5, 
247-8, 250-3, 255-6, 258, 260-1. 

Harvey, Eliz., Wm. 319, 

Harwell, Ann 316, Barbara 319, 
Eliz. 314, 318-9, Jas. 314, Jno. 
314-6, 319, Liiciana3i4, Peter, 
Randolph 319, Rebecca 314-6, 
Sam'l 35, 43, 47, 315, Sarah, 
Susan. 314, Thos. 314, 318, 
Wm. 315, 318-9. 

Harwood, Barbara, David, Eliz., 
Mary, Peter, Wm 318. 

Hatcher, Jno. Marg't, Wm. 317. 

Hatfield, 245, Mary 227. 

Hattaway, David, Edm., Mary 317, 

Hatton, Ann, Delilah Ann Southall, 
Thos. 321. 

Hawkins, Agnes, 314-5, David 314, 
Drury 316, Edw. 316-7, Eleanor 

316, Eliz. 315, Hannah, Har- 
bud, Isham 317, Jane, Jno. 314, 

317, Jos. 314, Lucy 317-8, Mar- 
tha, 316-7, Mary 318, Michael, 
314-5, Rich'd 318, Ruth, Solo- 
man 317, Thos. Boon 316, Wm. 
316-7. 

Hawks (Hauksi, Abra. 318, Ann 
218-9, Christian, Fred'k 319, J. 
178, Jeffry 312, Jno. 312, 318-9, 
Lucy 318, Maurice 161, Sarah 
312. 

Hayes, Thos. 191, 201, 204-5. 

Heartswell, Rich'd 98, loo-i. 

Heath, Armistead, Drury, Elle 321, 
Sam'l 329, Selah, Thos., Wm. 
Rives, 321. 

Heathcote, Edw., Mary, Michael 
320. 

Hemans, Eliz., Jno.. Mary 313. 

Henrico Parish, 17, 24, 212. 

Herbert, Ann 314, BuUer 6, 10, 12, 
16-8, 21-3, 25-9, 32-4, 36-8, 41- 
2, 44» 57» 312-4, 3 '6, Frances 
315, Jno. 10, 313, Mary 312-6, 
Phoebe 315, Rich'd 29, 33, 36- 
8, 41-2, 44, 315. 

Herringham, Betty, Mary, Pru., 
Wm. 320. 

Heth, Agnes, Dolly Agnes Dolly 



Ann, Eliz., Jesse, Wm., Wil- 
liamson Bonner, 320. 
Heylin, Hannah, Rich'd, Winifred. 

318. 

Hickman, Thos. 317. 

High (Hye), David 314, Eliz. 315, 
Jno. 57, 60, 312, 314-5, Jos. 312, 
Mary 312, 314-5, Susan 314, 
Thos. 315. 

Hiland, Lucy, Robert, Wm., 321. 

Hill, Amy 228, 308, 314, 316, 319, 
Ann 316, Chas. 22, Edw. 314, 
317, Eliz. 123, 128-9, 131-2, 134, 
136, i3«-9, 312, 3'4, 3»8, Fran- 
ces 314-5, 317, Jas. 314, Jane 
30-1, Jno. 35, 43, 55-6. 77-8, 82, 
314-6, Lewis 315, Mary 314, 
Michael 46, 48, 312, 3r8-9, Su- 
san. 318-9, Wm. 308, 314, 316. 

Hinson, 62-3. 

Hinton, Chris. 312-3, 315-7, Jas. 
315, Jno. 312-3, Marg't 3»2-3. 
315-7, Robt. 317, Thos. 313. 

Hitchcock, Jno., Mary, Ussery, 

3i«. 

Hobbs, Benj. 320, Edw. 318, Hen. 
205, Jesse 319, Mary 318-20, 
Robt. 150, Sarah 319-20, Wm. 
318-9. 

Hobby, Eliz. 313, Joanna 313-4* 
Mary 312, Thos. 35, 43, 312-14. 

Hockins, W'm. 317. 

Hodges, Ann, Eliz., Thos. 317. 

Holmes or Homes, Ann 3 14-5, Isaac 
314, Jno. 122, Mary 314, Sam'l 
314-5. 

Holy Cross, Ann Ford, Martha 300. 

Hood, Abra. 317, Ann 312, Chas. 
232, Chris 229, Jane 312-4, 317, 
Joanna 313, Jno. 314, Margery 
316-7, Martha 316, Sarah 31 7, 
Thos. 312-4, 317, Wm. 313, 
3«6-7. 

Hope, Thos. 320. 

House, las., Wm. 313. 

Howard, Allen 312, Matthias 119. 

Huccaby, Ann, Jas., Mary, Sam'l 
313. 

Hudson, 123, 128, 131, 135-6, 135, 
Ann 124, 135, 316, 319, Benj. 
314, Chas. 42, 314, Eliz. 313-4^ 
316-7, Frances 316, Hall 313-4* 
317, Heuen3i3, Isaac 313, 316, 
Jas. 35, 43, 51, 53, 312-3, 315-6, 
Joachin 317, Jos. 314, Marg't 
319, Martha 312-4, Mary 313, 
316, Obedience 31 2, 318, Phoebe 



INDEX. 



407 



3'2-3. 315-6, Rich'd3i2-5,Rob't 
124, 135. 3>8-9, Sina 318, Ta- 
bitha 314, Thos. 313-4, 3^6, 
Wm. 312, 316, 318. 
Hulem or Hulone, Mar>% Wm. 316- 

17. 
Humphris, Cath., Jane, Rob't 315. 
Hunnicut, Rob't, Sarah 229. 
Hunt, Geo. 337, Rossey, Sam'l 319. 
Hunter, Dr. 161. 

Indians, i, 21. 

Indian Slave, 49. 

Indian George, 30. 

Ingles, J no. 71, 79, 84, 86. 

Irby, 178, Douglas 42, 169, Jos. 3, 

26, 59, 323-4, Wm. 323, Wil- 

mouth 324. 
Irvin (Urvin), Cath. 30, 33, 36-7. 
Ivy, Ann 323, Bathia 181, Eliz., 

Thos. 323, 325. 

Jackson, Dan. 41, 324-5, Eliz. 324-5, 
Jos. 325, Judith 323, Neptune 
68, 323, Ralph 43, Thos. 323. 

Jacob or Jacobs, Jno. 325, Tabitha 
324-5, Thos. 86, 324-5. 

James, Eliz. 322, Mar>' 323, Rich'd 
18-21, 25, 32-3, 322-3. 

i Jameson, Dr. 194. 
Jane, Eliz., Jos., Moses 325. 
Jefferson, Thos. 12, 14. 
Jeffries, Ann 226. 
Jennings, Mary 254-5. 
Jent, Jane, Mary, Wm. 322. 
esper, Anthony, Rob't 205. 
inkins, [no.. Hall, Mary, Wm. 
326. 
Johnson or Johnston, Andrew 247, 
Ann 323, Anthony 247, Benj. 
212, Diana 324, Eliz. 322, 324, 
326, Grace 313, 322-3, Hubbard 
326, Isaac 322, Joan 313, 322, 
Joanna 323, Jno. 51, 322, 324, 
Martin 323, Sarah 326, Wm. 
313. 322-3. 
Jones, Abra. 17-8, 34-5. 43, 54, 56, 
62-3, 77, 83, 92, 99, 321-6, Amy 
322-5, Ann 322-3, 325-6, Batte 
323, Benj. 322, Berr>man 325, 
Cadwallader 323, Dan. 82, 322, 
325, David 325, Dorothy 323-6, 
Easter 325, Edw. 322, Eleanor 
323, Eliz. 321-2, 324-6, Frances 
322-4, Fred'k 321, 326, Hen. 
323, Homes 320, Jas. 324, Jean 
188, Jno. 55-6, 77, 83, 93, 99, 



119, 167, 180, 208, 214, 227, 255, 
322-3, 325-6, Jno. Homes 320, 
Jos. 239, 242, 250, 252, 255-8, 
260-1, 264, 267, 270-2, Judith 
3>5. 323-4, 326, Ledbetter 321- 

5, Lucrece 322, Lucy 322, 326, 
Ludwell 316, 324, Marg't 323-5, 
Martha 321-4, Mary 200, 316, 
321-5, Mordecai 325, Nath. 324, 
Old 213, 216, Peletiah 323, Peter 
J, 2, 5, 6. 9, 10, 15-7, 21-4,27-9, 
35, 43, 46, 48, 50, 53-4, 57, 59. 
62, 65-6, 69, 70, 75-6, 78, 82-6, 
88-9, 92-3, 9i5-9, 1 01 -2, 104, 106- 
7, 109-10, 1 1 2-3, 115-20, 122, 
211, 221, 223-4, 233-4, 237, 239- 
40, 242, 244, 250-1, 253, 256, 
321-6, Phihp 322-3, 325, Prise, 
Pru. 322, Rachel 324, Rebecca 
322, 324, Rich'd ?4, 30-1, 43, 
321-2, 324, 326, Ridly323, Sam'l 
321, Sarah 321-6, Susan. 320, 
322-3, Tabitha 325-6, Thos. 35- 

6, 43, 55-6, 114, 125-6, 142, 158, 
172, 186, 211, 224, 233, 239, 321- 
2, 324-6, Ursula 324, Wm. 18, 
28, 34, 43, 55-6, 69, 77, 82, 93, 
99, 119, 190, 204, 268, 315-6, 
322-6. 

Jordain or Jordan (Jourdan\ Edw. 
326, Mary 322-3, 326, Milson 
326, Sam'l 54. 56, 57. 77, 82, 
99, 102, 114, 116, 127, 141, 158, 
171, 186, 210, 322-6. 



Keith \Keeth\ Comeliu.s, Eliz. 327, 

Jas. 328, Jno., Sam'l 327. 
Kelly (Kally^ Mary, Sarah, Wm. 

327- 

Kemp, 58, 60, 63-4, Ann, Jane 327, 
Jno. 53, 54, 58, 155, 159, 162, 
166, 168, 327. 

Kenedy, Thos. 268. 

Kennell, Cath., Jno., Rob't 327. 

Kenner, Hannah 261, 268. 

Kennon, Agnes 326-8, Ann. 327, 
Eliz. 2-4, 7-9, 1 1-4, 19-21, 30, 32, 
36, 39. 45, 51-2, 57, 60-1, 63-4, 
67-9, 71, 74, 78, 80, 326, Fran- 
cis 327, Hannah 328, Henry, 
Isham 327, Jno. 327-8, Martha 
328, Mary 327, Rich'd i, 5, 6, 
9, 10, J 2, 15-6, 18, 21-3, 26-8,32- 
3, 38, 41, 44-5, 48-50, 53-4, 57, 
59, 62, 66, 69. 70, 326-8, Rob't 
327, Wm. 1-7, 9, 10, 12-19, 21-3, 



408 



INDEX. 



25-34, 36-42, 44-5. 48-54, 57. 59, 
61-2, 66-7, 69, 72, 74-5, 327-8. 

Kent, Thos. 326. 

Keown, Eleanor 328, Eliz. Reading, 
Jno. Readinjj: 329, Milly 328. 

Kileress, Jane, Nimrod, Rob't 327. 

Kimbal, Jos., Sarah, 327. 

King, 51, Ann, Chas, 326-8, Eliz. 
328, Hannah 327, Hen. 326-7, 
Jas., Jane 328, Jno. 327, Judith, 
Julian, Martha 328, Mary 326-7, 
Olive 326, Rebecca, Sarah 327, 
Wm. 328. 

Kinton, Hannah, Jno., Molly 328. 

Kirby, Bennett 158, 171, 21*1, 217, 
265-8, Eliz. 328, Jno. 260, 262-9, 
328. 

Kirkland, Hugh, 171, Jos. 185, 205, 
210, 223, 232-3, 267. 

Knight, Betsy Collins, Billy Ste- 
phens, Jos., Leah, Milly, Polly 
Cheatham, Stephen 329. 

Lajohn, Francis, lane 329. 

Lamb, Rich'd 226. 

Land, Martha, Patsey, Rob't 334. 

Landford, Eliz., Euclid, Hen. 334. 

Lane (Lain), Chris, Eliz., 332, 
Mary iq, 20, 22, 332. 

Lan^, Elien, Eliz., Jas. 333. 

Lanier, Ann, Cath., Isham Ran- 
dolph, Jno., Rebecca Dressony 

334. 
Lanthrop or Lantrope (Lan- 
throup), Ann 331, Eliz., Han- 
nah 333, Jno. 133, 194, 196, 
246-7, 253, 255, 257, 330-1, 333, 
Jos. 330-1, Marg't 331, Mary 
219, 222, 226, 231, 330-1, 333, 
Peter, Shadrach 333, Thos. 

331, 333, Wm. 194, 196, 331. 
Lard, Francis, Nancy, Peter Sin- 
gleton 334. 

I^ws, Elishaba 330, 332, Eliz. 329, 
330, Jas. 330, Jno. 329-30, Jos. 
330, Littleberry 332, Mary 329- 

30, Wm. 329-30, 332. 
Lawson, Benj 333. 

Leath (Leeth, Leith), Abigail 329- 

31, Ann 329-30, Chas. 115, 33c, 
Eliz. 329, 332, Frances 330, Jno. 

332, Mary 331, Peter 114, 125, 
141, 157, 171, 186, 210, 329-3», 
Rebecca 332, Sarah 330, Thos. 
329-30. 

Ledbetter, 100, Ann 180, 332-3, 
Drury 332, Eph. 333, Frances 



329, Francis 147, 150-r, i54-5r 
1 60, 163, 179-80, 332-3, Joanna 

332, Jno. 35, 43. 104-5, 107-8, 
115. 330, 333, Mary 330, 333, 
Osborne 205, 332, Rebecca 329, 
Rich'd 332, Wm. 329, 332. 
Woodie, 333. 

Lee (Lea), Amy 330, Ann 330-1, 

333, Burwell 246, 332-3, Cath. 
329, 332, 380, Dan. 332-3, Drury 

333, Eliz. 332-3. 380, Frances 
100, 104, 329-32, Francis 94, 107- 
8, 115, 118, Fred'k 333, Hugh 
22, 35, 43, 329-30. 372, Jesse 

334, Jno. 22, 329, 380, Jos. 332, 
Martha 331, Mar>' 329-30, 332- 
3, 372, Mat. 94, 330-1, Nath. 
166, 169, 172, 333, Peter 331, 
Polly Marcum 334, Rebecca 

333, Roland 332, Sam'l 35, 43, 
55-6, 77. 92, 98, 123-4 329-32, 

334, Sarah 330-2, Susan 330, 
372, Tabith 331, Thos. 55-6, 77. 
92, 98, iq6, 200, 329-33, Wm. 

229, 329, 333. 

Le^rand, Peter 203, 205. 

Leigh, Jno. Taylor, Mary, Sam'l, 
Sarah, Susan., Thos. 334. 

Lenoir (Lenoye), Mourning, Thos. 
332. 

Leonard ^Lenard), Fred'k332, Jno. 
128, 131 -2, 135-6, 139, 328, 331- 
3, Mary 328, ^31-3, Patrick 332, 
Thos. 328, Winifred 333. 

Lester, Amy 25^, Elisha 240, 243, 
246, 255-6, 259-60, 262, 264, 266, 
269. 

Lett, Eliz. Jas. 10. 

Leveret. Jno., Sarah 332. 

Llewellyn (Lewelin), Ann, Jesse,. 
Thos. 332. 

Lewis (Luis, Liewes), Ann 329, 
Cath. 333, Edw. 331, Eliz. 329- 
32, Emmanuel 266, 269, Fran- 
ces 330, 334, Geo. 106, 333 Jas. 
332, Joanna 331, Jno. 34, 42, 51, 
53-4. 76, 82, 92, 99, 106, 125. 
243. 329-31, 3.M, Jos. 332, Mar- 
tha 331, Mary 329-30, 332-3, 
Obedience 332, Rebecca Par- 
ham 334. Susan. 330, Thos. 
210, 330-2, Wm. 103, 330-1. 

Livesay (Liflfsay), Jos., Mary, Wm. 

333. 
Ligon (Legan), Ehz. 330-1, Mat. 
17, 24, 330-1, Thos. 33c, Wm. 
57. 



INDEX. 



409 



Lile, Ann 330, Eliz. 331, Jno. 330-1, 
Martha 330, Phillis 30, 32, Wm. 

Lister, Ann, Thos., Wm. 332. 

Littlepage, 334. 

Lockett (Lockead, Loket), Benj. 
I5» 34, 44» 330-1, Eliz., Hannah 
.^29, Hen. 227, Thos. 329, Win- 
ifred 330-1. 

Lockley, Frances Marg't, Henri- 
etta, Wm. 332. 

Loftus (Loftis), Ann 331, Eliz. 328, 

331, Thos. 328, Wm. 59, 328, 

331. 
Long, Jas. 37, 231. Jane 233-4, 245. 
Love, Amos, Mary, Winifred 333. 
Lovett, Eliz. 33 r, Jno. 331-2, Mary 

332, Sarah 331-2. 
Low, Jno. 76, 220. 
Loyal, Jno. 170. 

Luflsey (Loftsay, Loflfeetts>, Fred'k 

333, Jane 331, Jno., Keziah, 
Alary, Milly 333, Wm. 331, 333. 

Lunsford, Rich'd 254-5, 268-9. 
Lyon, Rob't 10. 

McCarter, David, Susan., Wm. 343. 
McCartie, Jas. 240, 243, 248, 253, 

255- 

McConnico, Chris. 270-2. 

McCulloch (McCholler, Maccullon, 
Macollo, Mccullow, Murcol- 
low), Ann 341, David 10, 147, 
150, 183. 336-7, 341, Eli?. 266, 
269, 336-7, 339, 341, Jas. 268, 
Jno. 336, Rob't 254, 255. 

McDearmon, Eleanor, Rich'd, Wm. 
339. 

McDonald, Alice, Marg't 212. 

McDowell (Mac Dowal), Benj., 
Eliz. 342, Jas. 181, 342, 344, 
Susan., Wm. 344. 

McFarlane, Eliz. 344. 

McGuire (McWire), 13, 63-4. 

McKenny or McKmny (Makinny), 
Jas. 337, Jno. 336, 343, Morgan 
335-7, Rebecca 343, Sibylla 
3^5-7. 

McLam (Macklain), 57-8, 60, Ar- 
thur 56, 65. 

McLeod (Maccloud, Maclaud), 
Dan. 341-2, Isabel 344, Jno. 
43-4, Marg't 342, Susan. 341-2, 
/m. 341. 

McMurdo, Eliz., Chas. J., Martha 
Ann Eliz. 344. 



^l 



McNeil (MacNeil), Cath., Malcom 

341. 

Macbie, Susan, Vadrey, Wm. 340. 

Machen, Geo. Wale, Hen., Mary 
343, Mary Wales, Sally, Thos. 
344. 

Mackdaniel, Ann, Jno. 335. 

Mackey, Eliz., Michael, Sarah 338. 

Maitland, Alex. Campbell, 345, 
David 302, 344 5, David Curne, 
Eliz. 345, Eliz. Agnes 344, Mar>' 
Currie 302, 345, Rob't 345, Su- 
san. 344-5, Wm. 345. 

Malcolm, Jno. 344. 

Malone (Mellone, Molone), Ann 
337, 341, Dan. 334, 340, Lucrece 
337, Marg't 342, xMary 334, 340, 
Nath. 340, Reuben 341, Wm. 
171, 186, 210, 337, 341. 

Manlove, Chris. 246. 

Mann (.Man), Agnes 337, Ann 338, 
Eliz- 335, 339-40, 342, Francis 

335, 339, Jane 336, Jno. 337-8, 
340, 342, Lucy 335, Mary 337-8, 

340, Prise. 335-6, Rob't 339, 
Sam'l 340, Thos. 167, 335-6, 
Wm. 342. 

Manson (Mansion), Jno. 93, 99, 340, 

Martha, Peter 340. 
March bank, Ann, Geo., Jos. 340. 
Marks, Edw., Eliz., Joanna, Jno., 

Lewis Lanier, Mkrtha, Polly, 

Sally, Wm. 344. 
Marshall 1 Marchell, Mershall ), Alex. 

15, 17, 24, 34, 57, Ann 339-40, 

Eliz. 339, Rob't 338, Wm. 55, 

338-40. 
Martin, Ann 341, Chris. 46-7, Eliz. 

340-1, Isabel, Joel 341, Jno. 338, 

Lucy, Mat. 341, Rachel 338, 

Rich'd 340, Sarah 341, Wm. 

83, 340-1, Zach. 338. 
Mason, Jno., Lucy Massenburg, 

343. 

Massey or Massie, Ann 335-6, 338, 
Jno. 336, Rich'd 335-6, 338, 
Sarah 336, Tabitha 338. 

Matthews (Mathes, Matthy), Amy 

336, Eleanor 336, 339, Frances 
335, Helen, Hen. 338, Jas. 335, 
Jos. 83, 336, 338-9, Martha 339, 
Mary, Michael 338, Ruth 63. 

Matt, Jane 10, Wm. 10, 36. 
May, Agnes 341-2, Anna 344, David 
342, Dorothy 337, Eliz. 338, 

341, Epii., Qio. 344, Jas. 337, 
Jean 338, J^. 92, ^, t^-io8, 



410 



INDEX. 



.'^^^ 



711^ 



no, 112. 1 14-5, ii'9, 12^, i^b, 
157, i6cPt, 337-9, 341-2, Lucy 

338, Mary 187, 197, 337-9, 
Rich*d 341, 34i Thos. 338, 
Wm. 339. 

Mayes (Maise, Mayse), Ann 336, 
Delilah 340, Drury 337, Eliz. 
335-7, 339-40, Fred'k 341, Gar- 
diner, Geo. 337, Hen. 32, 37, 
y 39. 40, 336-7, Joanna 339, Jno. 
13-4, 17, ^2, 24, 27-34, 36-41, 
43-54, 56-7, 60-1, 63-4, 66-8, 
70-1, 73, 77, 92, 106, 335-41, 
Jos. 94 99, Julia 336-40, Julian 

335, Lucy 338, Martha 33^5-6, 
Mary 335-8, Mary Gardiner 
337, Mat. 35, 43, 55, 77, 82, 92, 
no. 337, 340, Rich'd 336, Sa- 
rah 338, 341, Wm. 57, 60, 62-3, 

336, 338-9, Winifred 336. 
Meacnam (Meachen) Jamy Gate 

343, Jemima Wyatt 344, Jer., 
Milly 343-4- 
Meadland, Jane, Jno. 341-2, Susan 

34'. 
Meadow(s), Dan., Isham, Jane 341. 
Meanland, Hannah, Mary, Rich'd 

341. 

Meanly, Rich'd 103, Wm. 214, 217. 

Meams, Chas. 202. 

Melthon, Mark 2. 

Meredith, Anh, Jno., Lettice Hick- 
man, Pleasant, Wm. 344. 

Merriman (Merimon, Merrymoon, 
Morrimont), Ann 336, Francis 
53, 334. 336, Marg't 334, 336, 
Rosamond 334. 

Merritt, Jno. 99. 

Meuse, Jno, Mat., Sarah 340. 

Micabin, Jno. 334, Marg't 2, 334. 

Mikedermond, Cath., Michael 340. 

Miles, David 337-40, Frances 338, | 
Jane 337-40, Jno. 340, Thos. 1 

339. I 
Miller, Ann 342, Hugh 122-3, 125- I 

6, 129-31, 134-5, 137-8, 145, 
151, 159, 162, 164, 166, 175.342, 
Jane, Rob't 342. 

Minor, Jno. Moore i. 

Mitchell, Addie 342, Ann, Barbary, 
Dan. 335, Edw. 56, 78, 93, 103, 
Eliz. 335-6, Frances 336, Fran- 
cis, Hannah 335, Hen. 341-2, 
Joab 33s Jno. 43, 335, Joseph, 
Mar>s Nath. 335, Peter 90-1, 
235-6, Reaps 344, Rebecca 345, 
Sam'l 335, Sarah 241-2, Susan. 



344, Taz. 345, Thos. 90, 335^ 

345, Thos. Branch 344. 
Mixon, Eliz., Michael, Wm. 337. 
Mize, Grace, Jen, Jos., Rob't 337. 
Money, Neptune 59. 

Moody, Ann 335, 339-41, Benj. 
145, 176, 178-9, Dan., Eliz. 341, 
Frances 340, Humphrey, Jane 
341, Jno. 335, Laurana 339, 
Rob't 335, 339-41. 

Mooney, Ann, Jane, Jno. 341. 

Moore (Moor, More), Alex. 339,. 
Avis 340, Barnabas 84, 136-7, 
139, 142-3, 147-8, iscKi, 153, 
169, Betty Rutherford 338, Cath. 
334-8, Dan. 339, Eleanor 337, 

340, Eliz. 335-8, 341, Frances 
337-8, Geo. 338-9, Jas. 128, 
132, 169, 172, 232, 335-6, 339, 

341, Jno. 82, 334-41, 343, Jos. 
343, Leah 339, Lucia, Marg't 
337, Mark 15, 336, Mary 334-7, 
339-41, 343, Philip 182, 187, 
197, Phoebe 337, Prise. 335, 
Rich'd 143, 336, Rob't 341, 
Roger 56-7, 78, 93, 337-9, 341, 
Ruth 339, Sam'l 49, 3.J4-6, 339, 
Sarah 341, Seth 336, Starkey 
172, 174, 180, 182-3, 187-9, 192, 
197-8, 213, Susan. 337, Thos. 

69, 337-8, Wm. 42, 336, 339, 
Wood 341. 

Morgan, Eleanor 212, Eliz. 339, 
Jno. 339 40, Mary 336, 338-40, 
Philip 63, 336, 338, Reuben 
336, Sam'l 339-40. 

Morland (Moreland), Dorothy 336- 
7, Francis 158, Jean 337, Jno. 
336-7, Martha 341, Mary 336. 

Morris, Eliz. 337, 341, Hen. 336-7* 
Jno. 341, Martha 336, Susan. 
337. 

Mote, David 340, Jonathan 55, 339- 
40, Sarah 339-40, Wm. 36, 59. 

Munford, Ann 340-1, Edw. 337. 
Eliz. 337, 339-40, Jas. 38, 41-5, 
48, 50, 52-4, 57, 59-66, 69, 70, 
75-6, 78, 81-2, 85-8, 92-3, 95-6, 
101-2, 114, 122, 337, 339-40, 
Martha 337, 339, Rob't i, 5-14, 
16-23, 25-34, 36-42, 44-6, 48- 
50, 53-4, 57, 59-64, 66-7, 69, 

70, 75-6, 78, 82-3, 85-8, 97, 99, 
106, 109, 337, 339-41, Susan. 
340, Theod'k 224, 235-6, 241, 

341. 
Munns, Rich'd 67, 71, 73, 78, 80. 



INDEX. 



411 



Murray, Ann 342, Jas. 122-3, 125-8, 
130-2, 134-40, 142, 144-6, '48, 
150-2, 154-5, 157, 159, 161-2, 
164-6, 168-70, 173-5, 178, 181, 
184-5, 190. 194-7, 199-201, 206- 
7, 210, 237, 247, 342-3, Jno. 237, 
245, 342, Marg't, Mary 342, 
Thos. 343, Wm. 342. 

Murray & Gordon, 133. 

Nance, Ann 347, Dan. 10, 123, 128, 
131-2, 134, 345-7. Eleanor 345, 
Eliz. 345-6, Giles 346, Jane, 
Jno. 345-6, Judith 160, 163-4, 
167, 169, Leonard, Lucy, Mar- 
tha 346, Mary 345-7, Nath. 346, 
Phcebe 345, Prise. 347, Rich'd 
93. 345-7, Sarah 347, Thos. 

345, 347. Wm. 346-7. 
Nash, Jno., Mary 347. 

Neal (Neel), Frances 345, Marg't 
345-6, Mary 345, Sarah 346, 
Thos. 345-6. 

Nevil, Jas., Jno., Marg't 346. 

Newhouse, 39, Ann 67, 72, 79, 83, 
86, 90, 94, 99, 104, 107-8, 115, 
118, 120, 123, 128. 131, 134, 136- 
7, 139, 142-3, 146, 151, 153, 155, 
159-60, 162-3, *66, 168, 172, 174, 
180, 182-3, 187. 189 90, 192, 
197, 2or, 203, 207, 212, 215, 218, 
222, 225, 345, Frances 345, Raise 
16, 19, 20, 345, Thos. -345- 

Newman, Ann, Mary, Rich'd 332, 

347. 

Newsum, Jas. 163, Lucy 347, Rob't 
233, Wm. 150, 154. 

Nicholas, Geo. 163, 167. 172, 175, 
180, 182-5, 187, 189-90, 192, 
197, 201-4, 207-8, 212-22, 224, 
226-7. 

Nipper, Ann, Jno., Martha 346. 

Noble, Eliz. 346, Geo. 228, 230, 
Mark, Rob't 346. 

Norton, Agnes 347, Ann 345, Fran- 
ces 347, Jas., Mary 345, Patty, 
Sarah, Thos. 347, Wm. 345, 
347. 

Nunnally(Nunnelly), Dan. 346, Eliz. 
345-6 Jno., Mary, Obedience 

346, Peter 345, Rich'd 346, 
Thos. 56, 78, 345-6, Zach. 346. 

Ogilby, Cath., Eliz., Nich. 348. 
Ofiphant, Jno. 349. 
Oliver or Olivier, Amy 348, Ann 
347-8, Drury 29, 347-8, 352, 



Eliz., 347-9, Isaac 348-9, Jas. 
348, Jno. 347-8, Martha, Mary, 
Mildred, Thos. 348, Wm. 347- 

9- 
Organ, David 272-4, 349, Eliz., Jean 

349. 
Osborne, Jane, Jno., Jno. Harrison 

349- 

Overby (Overberry), Abra. 16, 348, 
Adams 347, Ann, Dinah 347-8, 
Eliz., 348, Frances 347, Jas. 333, 
347-8, Jane 347-8, Jemima, 
Lucy 348, Marg't, Martha 347, 
Mary 348, Nich. 16, 35, 43, 54, 
57. 77, 92, 99. 347-8, Peter, 
Rich'd 347-8, Rob't 347, Reu- 
ben 348, Tamar, Thos. 348, 
Wm. 09, 347. 

Owen, Edw., Eliz., Howard, Jno., 
oyce, Lanceford, Marg't, 
''hos., Wm. 348. 



Th 



Pace, Jno. 232. 

Parham 168, Ann 353, Archer 352, 

354, Edw. 352-3, Eliz. 352, 
Gower 352, 354, Hen. 355, Is- 
ham 353, Jno. 352, Lewis 156, 
167, 220, 233, 355, Mary 351-4, 
Phcebe 350, Rebecca 355, Sarah 

352, 355, Susan. 27, Thos. 351, 

353, Wm. 83, 351, 354-5. 
Pamsh, Chas. 353, David, Jas. 355, 

Martha, Mary 353. 

Parke, 246. 

Parrot ^Parratt), Jas. 352, Mary 351, 
Nath. 10, 29, 36-7, 39, 40, 45, 
47, 50, 52, 57-8, 60, 62-3, 67-8, 
219, 230, 350-2, Pen. 350-2, 
Thos. 350. 

Parry, Ann, Phcebe, Wm. ^55. 

Parsons, Batty 351, 354 Edith 349, 
J55, Frances 355, Jemima 349, 
James Markam 354, Jos. 355, 
Mary 349, 351, 354-5, Wm. 34, 
43, 54, 57, 77, 79, 81-2, 84, 86- 
7, 92, 99, 106, 114, 125, 140, 
157, 161, 228-9, 349. 351, ^53-5. 

Patterson or Paterson (Pattison), 
Eady, Frances 350, Jas. 230, 

355, Jane 349-50. Jno. 349-51, 
Jos. 63-4, Lewis 351, Mary 351, 
355, Smith 349, Wm. 35J. 

Patrick, Lewis 350-1, Littleberry 

351, Sarah 350-1. 
Patrum, Jer., Sara 349. 
Payne, Amy, Edw., Mary 354. 



412 



INDEX. 



Peachy, Jean, Sam'l 355, Thos. G. 
270, 272-4, 355. 

Pearce or Pearcy (Peirce), Bald- 
win, Hannah 356, J no., Juliana 
354, Martha 349, Kebecca 349, 
356, Sarah 354, Wm. 349, 354. 

Peebles, Abra., Betsy, Esaia, Jas., 
Peggy. Reuben 355. 

Pegram, Dan., Edw., Frances, 
Mary, Sara, Wm. 354. 

Pennistone, Thos. 264, 267, 269. 

Pentecost, Ann 355, Eliz. 353, Geo., 
Jane 353-5. Lucy, Wm. 354. 

Peoples, David 30. . 

Perkins, Ann 266, 268 9, David, 
Marg't 355, Wm. 155, 157, 171, 
185, 210, 233, 355. 

Perkinson (Pirkason), Alice 351, 
Edith 353, Eliz. 349, 353, Fran- 
ces 349, Isham 352, J no. 349, 
Lucy 350, Mary 350-2, Rob't 
352, Seth 350-3, W m. 75, 352. 

Perry, iir, Mary, Thos. 87, 354, 
Wm. 354. 

Person(s), Jos., Mar>'35o, Wm. 170, 
176, 179, 181, 350. 

Peter, Walter 228. 

Peterson, Eliz. 354, Frances 349- 
50, 355. Israel 99, 354, Jno. 13- 
4> 79, 81, 83, 126, 141, 158, 171, 
176, 180, 349-50, 352. 355, Mag. 
354, Martha 352, 355, Nath, 
349, 352, Peter 186, 196, 198, 

350- 
Pettypool, Ann 353, Eliz. 349, Fran- 
ces 350, 353-4, Hen. 354, Jno. 
257, 351, Martha 349, 35 1, 353, 
Peter 351, Seth 349, 35i, 353, 
• Stephen 350, Wm. 83, 350, 

353-4. 

Philhps, Ann 219, 222, 224, 230-1, 
235-6, 239, 241-2. 248, 253, 262, 
351-2, 354-5, Eliz., Geo. 355, 
Isabel 350-2, 354, Jas. 354, Jno. 
190, 201, 203, 207, 232, 350-2, 
354-5, Jos. 351, Mary 352, Ma- 
son 35 r, Thos. 350-2, 354. 

Pickins, Jno., Obedience, Prise. 
352. 

Pillion, Thos. 259, 261-2, 264, 266, 
268-^. 

Pistol, Chas., Sarah 353-4, Thos. 



3$3, Wm. 354. 
Pitchfoi " * 



Pitchford, Amy, Frances 352, Sam'l 
49, 51-2, 57-8, 61-2, 64, 67, 69, 
352. 

Pittillo (Petillo), Ann 351, Hen. 



353. Jas. 4f, 44, 90-1, 94-5, 99, 
100, 104, 105, 107-8, 114-5, 125, 
i4«, 350-1, 353, Lucy 353, Mary 
, 350-1, 353. 
Plantine, 46, 51, 57, 60, 62-4, 86, 
; 90, Frances ^51, Peter 37-9, 67, 
I 79, 83, 94, 35 », Sarah 69, 351, 
! Wm. 351. 
Plat, Ann, Jas., Mary 350. 
Pool, Frances 351-2, Martha 350, 
Philip 352, Sarah, Seth 350, 
Tabitha 351, Wm. 350-2. 
Pope, Ralph, Sarah H. 356. 
Porter, Ann 355, Eliz., Jno. 354, 

Jos., Lucy 355. 
Pott, Jane 352, Jno. 352-3, Mary 
353, Peter, Rebecca 352, Thos. 

T. 353- 

Potter, Wm. 204. 

Powell, Ann 351, Bathia 351-3, 

Edw., Eliz. 351, 353, 355, Hez. 

351-3, Honor. 205, Jno. 51, 53, 

351, 353, Luke 355, Mary 351, 

353, Rebecca 352-3, Rob't 353, 
Thos., Wm., Zed. 351. 

Poxon, 134, 138, 166, Ann, 350, Ol- 
ive 58, 60, 63-4, 82, 118, 120-1, 
123, 128, 131 136-7, 139, 142-3, 
147, 151, 153, 155, 159, 162, 168 
-9. 350. 

Poythress ( Poythers, Poythris) Ann 
350-1, Ann Isham, 350, Eliz. 

352, 354, Francis, 75-6, 78, 83, 
85-6, 88, 92-3, 96, 205, 352, 
Hannah 352, Jno. 56, 78, 82, 
93, Mary 356, Rob't 42, 56, 82, 
no, 127, 133, Sarah 352, 354, 
Thos. 103, Wm. 29, 32, 34, 36- 
8, 41-2, 44-6, 48-51, 53-4, 57-8, 
60-1, 63, 65-76, 78 89, 92-4. 96-9, 
101-2, 104, iod-7, no, n3, ns, 
1 17-9, I2I-3, 125-8, 1301, 133- 
40, 142-5, 147, 150, 155, 174, 
182, 190, 201-3, 207, 209, 217, 

I 220-r, 350-2, 354-6. 

I Prentis, Jas., Mary, Wm. 356. 
, Prescott, Philip 70, 74, 78, 80, 353, 
Rachel 353. 
Presise, Mary, Patty, Thos. 354. 
Price, Eliz. 349, Humphrey 71, Jno., 
Mary, 349, Rich'd 29, 30, 352. 
Pride, Halcott 157, 167, Jno. 34, 44, 
54, 57, 187, 197, 349, 352, Pucket 
352, Susan. 349, 352, Wm. 59, 
62, 126, 140, 349. 
Pritchett (Pricheat), Aaron, Ann 

354, Caleb 93, 354, Cath. 352, 



INDEX. 



413 



Frances 354, Jno. 350, 354, Jos. 
78, 93. 96. 350-2, Mary 3501, 
Susan. 354, Wm. 350. 

Probey, Servant 355, 

Procter, Wm. 136, 139. 

Puckett (Puckit) Drury 353, Eliz. 
41, 351, Eph. 349, 351, Frances 
351, Isham, Joel 350, Jno. 41, 57, 
349-51. 353, Judith 349-51, 353, 
Lewis, 349, Mabel 349-50, Mar- 
tha 340, Mary, Phcebe 349, 35i, 
Rich'd 349, Sheppy Allen 167, 

350, Stephen 351, Wm. 69, 349, 

351, Womack 349-50- 
Puryear (Purreah; Ann, Morgan 

354. 

Rackley, Jno., Marv 156. 

Ragsdale (Radgsdale Ragsdail), 
Alice 356-9, Ann, Baxter 358, 
Benj. 357-60, Dan. 356-7, Eliz. 
59, 305, 356-8, Faith, 356, God- 
frey II, 24, 36, 39, 40, 50, 305, 
356-8, Jno. 358, Jos. 357, Mar- 
tha 357-60, Peter, 356-9, Rachel 
357, 359, Tabitha 356, Winifred 
359- 

Rames (Rhaynes), 169, Eliz. 357, 
Fred'k 359, Hartwell 262, Jane 
359, Jno. 141, 157, 171, 173, 
175-6, 178, 181, 229, 232, 357, 
Mary 359, Nath. i6r, 185, 188, 
190, 196, 200, 202, 204, 206-8, 
211, 213-4, 217, 220-4, 228, 231- 
3, 236-8, 242, 250-2, 255-8, 261-2, 
264, 267-8, 270-1, Rich'd 35, 43, 
55-6, 77, S2, 92, 99, 114, 125, 

359, Shanes 359, Thos. 357, 
Wm. 216. 

Raleigh, Parish 81, 84, 85. 
Ramsav, 190-1, 206, Patrick 233. 
Randolph, Eliz. 44, Hen. i, 2, 5-7, 

9, 12, 15-17, 19, 21-3, 26-8. 
Rainey (Ranie, Reiny), Peter 358, 

Roger, Sarah 358-60, Wm. 359. 
Ratlif, Ann, Isham, Jno. 359. 
Ravenscroft, 157, Jno. 96-7, 99, 109, 

145, Rob't 161, Thos, 73, 76, 

360. 
Rawthorn(e), Ann, Sam'l, Wm. 

360. 
Ray (Rae), Eliz., Hugh 360-1, Jno. 

360, Neil 361. 

Raybom (Raburn, Raybon, Ray- 
bon, Chas. 43, Jean 359, Jno. 
43, 357-8, Rebecca 357-8, Rich'd 
357, 359, Thos. 358. 



Reading, Joel, Martha 361, Rachel 
268, Susan. 361. 

Reams, Alice 359, Eliz. 359-60, Jno. 
63, Thos. 359-60. 

Reed, Jemima, Mary, Wm. 358. 

Reese (Resse, Riss), Chas. 360, 
Diancy 361, Eliz. 359-60, Fran- 
cis 358, Hugh 78, 82, 93, 358- 
60, Isham 359, Jacob 361, jas. 

360, Jno. 359-60, Jno. Feather- 
stone, 361, Martha 359, Mary 
358, 360, Mason, 360, Priscilla 
358, Roger 359-60, Sarah 358- 
60, Thos. 83, 358-60. 

Revetand, Hen. 143. 

Rigsby, 178, Ann 358, Eliz., James 

357-8, Mary 357. 
Rivers, Hannah, Rob't, Thos, 360. 
Rives 1 Reaves, Reeves, Rieves), 

Burrill 205, Dan. 357, Frances 

361, Isham 360, Jas. 210, 219, 

362, Jno. 174, 361-2, Jos. 114, 
125, 186, 231, 357-60, Judith 
361, Mary 358, 360-1, Prise, 
Rich'd 361. Rob't 176, 178-9, 
Sarah 357-60, Thos. 361, Tim., 
Ursula 360, Wm. 361. 

Roberts, Chas. 1-12, 14-22, 24-6, 
Francis 360, Hannah 357, 360, 
Jno. 218-9, 256, 259, 261-3, 
265-6, 360, ludith 360, Mary 

357, Michael. 360, Thos. 357, 
360. 

Robertson or Robinson, Abra. 357, 
Ann 356, 360, 362, Chas. 360, 
Chris. 356-7, David, Deb. 358, 
Edw. 359, Eleazer 1^7, 139-40, 
142-9, 151, 153, Eliz- 356-8, 
562, Eliz. Archer 361, 'Frances 

358, Geo. 1-23, 25-34. 36 42, 
44-5, 47-52, 54-7, 59 67, 69, 
70, 73-§, 78-84, 86, 90, 93-6. 
99, iooi357-8, 360, Henry 356- 
8, 360, Israel 55, 57, 77, 83, 92, 
99, 356-60, Jas. 361-2. Jno. 92, 
99. 357-60, Jno. Alex. 362, 
Lewis 357, Mark 358, Martha 
357, 360, Martha J^eild 361-2, 
Mary 356-60, Mat. 356, Nath. 
357, Nicholas 359, Peter 257-60, 
Rob't 360, Sarah 356-60, Su- 
san. 360,. Wm. 260-8, 270-4, 
361-2. / 

Roe (Row), Nancy, Patrick 362, 

Rob't 226, 240, 248, 362. 
Rogers, Jno., Mary, Philip 361. 
Rollings, Ann, Nicholas, Thos. 358. 



414 



INDEX. 



Roney, Eliz., Jno., Pat., Sarah, ' 
Thos. 361. I 

Rose, RobMt 234. | 

Roshill, Peter, Sarah 361. I 

Rosser, Peter 243, 253. 
Rottenberr>', Hen. 356-7, Marg*t 

357, Martha 356, Rich. 357. 
Rouper, Ann, Chas., David, Low- I 

erel 360. | 

Rowland (Roland, RoUand), Ag- 
nes 358, Ann 314, 358-^, Benj. 

358, Chris. 314, 358-9. Eliz. I 
358, Jno. 314, 358, Sarah 359. 

Rowlet(t'. Dan., Frances 356, Mary j 
J57, Peter 22, 34, 44, 62, 357, 1 
Wm. 17, 24, 356. 

Rowton, Sarah 200. 1 

Royall, Eliz. 356, 358, Francis 356, 
Hen. 18, 34, 44-5, 54, 356, 358, 
Isabella, Jas., Jno. 358, Little- I 
berry 361, Pat. 358, Sarah, 1 
Wm. 361. 

Ruffin, Edm. 228, 230, Jno. 188, I 
201-3, 207-8, 21 1-7, 222, 227-8, 
254-5, Rob't 185, 209, 228, I 
Thos. 224, 235-6, 241, 247. 254. 

Russell, Eliz. 356, Jenny 361, Mar- 
tha, Mary 356, Rachel, Rich'd, 
Rob't 361, Wm. 94, 356, 36 r. 

Rutlidge, Jas., Sarah, Wm. 359. 

Ryan, Edm. 361. 



Sadler, Jno. 2, Sarah 264, 266, 268. 
Salmon, Jno. 263. , 

Sandert, Eliz., Jas. 362. 
Satterwhite (Suttawhite), Eliz., ' 

Mar>^ 364, Sarah 366, Thos. 

364, 366. * 

Saunders, Ann, Jno., Mary 367, 

Rebecca 368, Rosanna 123, 

Wm. 368. 
Sauntie, Aggy, Mar>' 368. 
Savage, Ann, Mar>', Thos. ;^66. 
Scoggin, Ann 366-7, David 363, ! 

Eliz. 369, Francis 364, Geo. ■ 

369, Jas. 370, Jno. 362, 367, ' 
Lucia, Martha 364, Mary 362-4, , 
366, Mat. 367, Rebecca 362-3, 
Rich'd 362-4, 366, Sally, Selah 1 

370, Wm. 212, 215, 218, 222, ' 
224, 229, 231, 235, 237, 240-2, 
248, 251, 253, 255-6, 259-60, 
263, 362-3, 370. 

Scott, Jemima, Jno., Stephen, Wm. 

368. ' I 

Sears (Seers), Eliz. 242, 251, 255-6, • 



259, Goditha 251, 255-6, 259, 

Paul 49. 
Seavern, Jas. 161. 
Sergan(t), Jos. 21,30. 
Sental(l) (Sintale), Ann, Hen. Fitz 

366, Jas. 64, Jane 63, 67, 71, 73, 
78, 80, 83-4, 366, Jonathan 364, 
Mary 364, 366, Rich'd 107, 115- 
6, 118, 120-1, 123, Sam'l 27, 
79-81, 83-4, 86-7, 90-1, 94-5. 
99, 100, 104-5, 107 9. 364. 366. 

Shackleford, Zach. 370. 
Sharp, Marg't Lang, Wm., Wini- 
fred 370. 
Shaw, Alex. 262. 
Shem, Ann, Jno., Mar>- 366. 
Shipton, Ann 362-3, Eliz. 363, 

Ph(tbe 362. 
Shore, Ann 371, Jno. 270, 272-4. 

371, Sarah 371, Thos. 370. 
Shorey (Shorie), Mary 243, Thos. 

Wms. 58. 365, Wm. 365. 
Short, Martha 368, Mary 367-8, 

Thos. 107, no, 112-3, 115-7, 

119, 122, 367-9. 
Shrewsbury, Thos. 167. 
Sidner, Anthony 370. 
Skinner, Betty 263. 
Skiftwith, Peyton 204-5, Rob't 252, 

256-8, 261, 264, Wm. 184-5, 

188, 369. 
Slinson, Jno. 67. 
Smart, Eliz. 367-8, Fred'k, Hen. 

367, Jas. 367-8, Mat., Sarah 
367, Sylvana 368. 

Smelt, Maxey, Rob't, Sarah 303. 

Smith, A^nes 562-3, 367, Ann 370, 
Archibald 367, Benj. 367, 370, 
Cath. 363, Clement 368, David 
160, 163, 363, 368, Drury 368, 
Eliz. 254, 363-6, 368, Geo. 35, 
43, 55-6, 77. 83. 92, 112-20, 123, 
126, 129, 135, 138, 140-1, 145-8, 
150-2, 155-7, 159. 162, 166-7, 
J 72-5, 180-5, 187-92, 197, 203- 
4, 207-8, 212, 215-24, 228, 234, 
239, 245, 250-r, 255, 257, 363-4, 
367-9, Jas. 363, Jane 364, Jno. 
56-7, 363, 365, 368, Jno. Benj. 
370, Jos. 363, 368, Lucy 368, 
Mary 99, 363-4, 367-9 Millmg- 
ton 214, 219, 223, 225, 229, 235, 
369, Moses 365, Obedience 368, 
I'at. 163, 342, 366, 368, Phcebe 
363, Pnsc. 368, Rich'd 35, 43, 
55, 57, 77, 362-3, 367, Sarah 



INDEX. 



415 



363, Susan. 367, Thos. 231, 366, 

Wm. 163, 363-4, 367, 370. 
Smithis, Agnes Waller 41, Charity 

42, 316, 385, Eliz. Hudson 71. 
Snelgrove, Wm. 10. 
Snipes, Eliz., Susan., Thos. 367. 
Southwark Parish 87. 
Spain, Batte Peter, David 366, 

Eliz., Frances 365, Jno. 362 Jos. 

363, Martha 365-6, Mary 362-3, 
365-6, Prise. 365, Thos. 50, 57, 
60, 62-3, 67, 70, 73, 78, 80, 90-1, 
94-5> 99, 100, »o4, 107, 365-6, 
Wm. 35, 43, 55, 57, 77, 82, 92, 
362-3. 365-6. 

Spencer, Ann Grant, Eliz., Rich'd 

. 369- 
Spiers (Spears, Speires, Spires), 
Cath. 368, Hen. 142, 147-8, 150 
'h 153-5, 159, 162, 166, 225, 

235, 368, Jno. 229, Jos. 368, 
Wm. 205. 

Sprowle, 147. 

St. Andrew's Parish, 143. 

Stainback (Standback), Ann, Ann 

Lamboth, Eliz., Rebecca 369, 

Wm. 24, 103, 213,369. 
Stanfield, Frances, 363-4, Mary 363, 

Rob't 363-4. 
Stanley (Standley^ Ann 364, Eliz. 

364, 367, Jas. 367, Prise, Rich- 
ard 364, Wm. 364, 367. 

Staples, Frances 363, 372, Ruth 
362-3, 372, Thompson 50, 90, 
362-3, 372. 

Starke, Boiling, 366, Mary 366, 
Wm. 57, 59, 68^p?^^, 82- 
3, 85-ior, 103-8, 110-3, 115-24, 
126-8, 131. 133, 135, 137-^, 144, 
146, 148, 1 5 1-2, 160, 366. 

Statten, Edw. 56. 

Stephens, Mary, Pattie Tadlock 
367. 

Steward or Stewart (Stuard), Ann 

367, Chas. 369, Cyrus 136, 138- 
9, 142-3, 147, 151, 154, 156, 160, 
162, 167, 169, 172, 174, 180, 182- 
3, 187, 189-90, 192, 197, 201, 
204, 207, 212, 215, 218, 222. 224, 

236, 239, 241-2, 251, 255-6, 259- 
60, 262-4, 266, 268-9, Edw. 
362, Eliz. 24, 27, 260, 263, 
362, 364, 366, 368, Fanny 367, 
Granny 239, 242, 248, 251, 253, 
255-6, 259, Jno. 367, Martha 

368, Mary 367, Mat. 364, 369, 
Susan. 367. 



Stiles, Mary 30, Wm. 30-1. 

Still (Stell), Angelica, Ann 362, 

Frances 367, Geo. 35, 43/56-7, 

78, 93, 362, Jas. 362, 367, Jno., 

Mary, Wm. 367. 
Stillman, Geo., Judith, Mary 368. 
Stimpson, Chas., Ellen, Sally Hall 

370. 
Stith, Rev. loo-i, Bathurst 364, 

Drury 35, 43, 83, 362-5, Eliz. 

362-5, Griffin 362, Jno. 23, 363, 

368, Thos. 365 

Stoker iStoaker), Ann 365, Eliz. 
363-5, 367. Marg't 367, Mat. 

364, Kob't 363-5, 367. 
Stone, Eliz., Launcelot, Sarah 

H owlet 370. 

Stonebank, Mary, Thos. 362. 

Stott, Ebenezer, Eliz., Helen 371. 

Stow, Abra. 364, Hannah 363, Mar- 
garet 363-4, Wm. 59, 62, 363-4. 

Strachan, Alex. G. 270-3, 370, Sa- 
rah, Sarah Feild 370. 

Stradford, Clemond, Hardship 367. 

Stroud, David 365, Jane 364, Jean 

365, Jno. 62, 364-5, Jos. 364-5, 
Marg't 364, Mary 364-5, Olive, 
Wm. 364. 

Studstill 90, 94. 

Stunks, Ann 364-5, Eliz., Mar}- 364, 

Prise. 365, Thos. 364-5. 
Sturdivant (Stirdevent, Sturdavant, 

Sturdifant) 83, Ann, Ann Isham 

369, Biggin 365, Cath. 362, 
Chac. 33, Dan. 34,42, 114, 125, 
141, 157, 171, 200, 363,367-9, 
371, Eliz. 363-5, Frances 363, 
Frances W. 370, Francis 368, 
l^aac 366, Jas. 54, 65, 76, 79, 
80, 113, 124, 126, 141, is8. 171, 
196, 200, 206, 362-70, Joel 365, 
369-70, Jno. 42, 86-7, 96, 98, 
103, 106, 126, 141, 158, 171, 186, 
2 II,. 362-5, 367, 369, 371, Lle- 
wellyn 45, 364 366, Mally 368, 
Martha 367, Mary 362-7, 369, 
Mary Ann Thompson 370, Mary 
Epes 369, Mat. 364, Nath. Bir- 
chett, Patsey 370, Rebecca 366, 
Robert 370, Sally 369, Sally 
Servant 370, Sarah 365, 367-9, 
Susan. 368, Thos. 364, Thomp- 
son 369, 371, Wm. 130. 363. 

Sullivant, Chas. 195-6. 
Summerell, Jacob, Mary 365-6, 
Wm. 366. 



416 



INDEX. 



Talbott (Tolbert, Tolbot), Jas, 376, 
Mary 374, 376, Mat. 51, 53, 59, 
63-4, 67, 70-1, 73, 78, 80, 374, 
376. 

Tally or Talley, Abra. 371, Ann 

371. 373. Hen. 375-6, Jno. 35, 
43. 55-6, 58, 60, 62, 64. 67, 70, 
73, 7«, 80, 371, 373-4, ludith 
374-6, Keziah 374, Littlepage 

375, Martha 376, Martin, Mary 
373, Rich'd 71, 373, Ruth 373. 

Tammond or Tammons, Mary 212, 

214. 
Tanner, 84-6, Wm. loo-i, 104-5, 

107. 
Tate, Lucia, Nathan. 376, Sam'l 

377, Sarah, Wm. 376-7. 
Tatum (Tatam, Tatem), 139, 142, 

147, I5», 153. 155. 159, J62, 166- 
7, 169, 172, Agnes 374, Amelia 
373, Eliz., Frances, Francis 

372, Hen. 3, 7, 8, 11-2, 14, 19, 
20, 29-31, 34, 36, 39, 40, 42, 45, 
47, 371-2, 374, Jno. 372, Keziah 

378, Littleberry 375, Mary 371- 
2, 374-5. 377. Nath. 373, 378, 
Peter 92, 114, 140, 375, 377, 
Phoebe 372, Rob't 373, 378, 
Sam'l 71, 90, 118, 120, 123, 125, 
128, 131 -2, 134, 136-7. 143, 372, 
Wm. 372. 

Taylor, 193, Alex. 254, 268, Alice 
378, Eliz. 375-6, 378, Geo. 378, 
Jno. 375, Mary 374, Nanny 378, 
Rich'd 122-31, 133-40, 142-53, 
155-7, 159-62, 196, 220-4, 229, 
233-4, 236-7, 242, 250-1, 255-6, 
258, 260, 262, 264, 266-8, 270-1, 

378, Rob't 374, Roger 3^4-6, 
Sarah 195, 378, Wm. 68, 374, 

376, 379. 

Temple, Amy 375, Candace 379, 
David 377, Eliz. 372-3, 375, 377, 

379, Eppes 379, Frances 375, 
377-8, Jacob 377. Jno. 182, 187, 
197, 200, Lucretia 377, Mary 
372, 377-8, Nanny, Peter 379, 
Rebecca 375, Sam'l 372, 377-8, 
Thos. 372, 375, Wm. 10, 243, 
252-3, 255-6, 259, 373, 375, 377, 
Wm. Eppes 379. 

Tench, Hen., Mary Hen., Nancy 

378. 
Tenheart, Jas., Lucy, Mary 372. 
Thacker, Jno. 58, 71-2, 79, 374, 

Phyllis 58, 374, Wm. 374. 
Thomas, Cath., David 377, Eliz. 



I 376-7, Mary 377, Peter 169, 
I 376-7, Rich'd 377, Sarah 169. 
I Thompson or Thomson, 46, Ann 
' 373-4, Chas. 377, Eliz. 39, 47, 
I Frances 377, Frances Eliz. 38, 
Jas. 21, 42, 44-7, 56, 58-61, 65, 
109, 116, 373-4, Ino. 269, 377, 
Mary 373-4, Walter 240, 243, 
252-6 259-60, 262-3. 
Thorn, Ehz., Rich'd, Wilmouth 376. 
Thornton, Starling 164, 185. 
Thrift, Jno. 232, Sol. 231. 
Throar, Thos. 83. 
Thweat (Thwet), Alex. 377, Ann, 
373-6, Burrell 375, Christian 374^ 
David 377, Drury 103, 108, 116, 
12 1 -2, 126, 154, 377-8, Edith, 
^ Edw. 378, Eliz. 372, 374, 376-8, 

1 Frances 37^, Frank. 378, Geo. 

I 371, Hannah 371-4, Hen. 56, 78, 

371-4, Jas. 6, 56, 78, 93, 372-6, 
378, Jno. 210, 226, 233-4.-236-7, 
239, 242, 250-1, 255-6, 371-5, 
377-9. Judith 371-5, 377, Martha 

375, Mary 372, 378, Miles 34, 
45, 92, 99, >i4. 141, 158, 186, 
375-7, Obedience 373, Sarah 
375-8, Tabitha, 378, Thos. 243* 
Wm. 171, 186, 190, 204, 374, 
376. 

Tillman, (Tillmon, Tilman), Eliz. 
373-5, Geo. 35, 43, 55-6, 77, 82- 
3, 371-3, 375, Jno. 18, 30-1, 37, 

376, Marg't 376, Mary 371-5 
Roger 373-4,- Sarah 375, Tabi- 
tha 371, Wm. 372. 

Tinson, 63, 65. 

Titmus (Titmus(t), Titmas(s), Tit- 
mashes), 97-8, Eliz., Jno. 372, 
Rich'd 189, 192, 197, 204, 372. 

Todd, Geo. 85, Hen. 181. 

Tomlinson, Eliz., Jane, Jno. 375. 

Toney, Mary 369. 

Totty, Eliz. 374, Marg't 376, Mary 
373-4, 376, Thos. 33, 44, 374. 
Wm. 373-4, 376. 

Toudress, Ann, Eliz., Hen. 377. 

Trap, Jno. 28, 33. 

Traylor (Trayler), Ann 376, Archer 
374, Blanch 375, Edm., Eliz. 
373, 375-6, Geo. 376, Jno. 374- 
6, Judith 374, 376, Lucretia 376, 
Martha 374, 377, Mary 374-6, 
Phcebe 373, Sarah 376-7, Wm. 
33, 37, 39, 46-7, 51-2, 57; 61-2, 
64, 376-7, Wilmouth 375. 

Tucker, ir, Abra. 169, 376-7, Amy 



INDEX. 



417 



299. 371, 373» 376, Ann 371-5, 
Cath. 371-2, Dan. 373-4, David 
374, Drury 371. Eleanor 377, 
Eliz. 372-5, Frances 299, 374-6, 
Francis 371-5, Geo. 56, 59, 62, 
66, 373, 375-6, Hannah 375, 
Hen. 299, 374-6, Isham 375, 
Jas. 371, 374-5, Jno. 65, 37 1. 
373-6, Jos. II, 35, 43, 55-6, 77, 
82, 92, 114, 126, 141, 158, 217, 
371-2, 374-5, 377, Lucretia 374- 
5, 377. Martha 371-5. Mary 196, 
371, 373-5, 377, Michael 371, 
Miles 377, Nath. 372, Nevil 374, 
Rob't 6, 35, 43, 55-6, 59, 62, 65, 
225, 233, 247, 371-6, Sarah 371, 
Susan. 256, 259, 262, 372, Thos. 
374, Warner 375, Wm. 5, 7, 
372-3, 376. 

Tudstill (Tudstall), 100, 104, 107-8, 
118, 120, 123, 128, 131, 134, 136- 
7, i39» 142-3, 147, Thos. 115. 

Tunk, Ann, Thos. 377. 

Tumbull, Chas. 154, Rob't 269-73. 

Turner, Ann 374, 378, Eliz. 373-4, 
376, 378, Hollenberry 374, Ino. 
373» Jos. 98, 373-4, 376, Wm. 
.98, 378. 

Twitty, Mary, Rebecca 377, Thos. 

93, 377. 
Tye, Agnes 376, Allen 89, 373-4, 
376-7, Anderson, 377, Frances 
373, Mary 373-4, 376-7, Sol. 376, 
Wm. 374. 

Unckle, Ann, Lewis 382. 
Underbill, Howell, Jno., Nancy 
382. 

Valentine, Eliz., Jas. 381. 
Vaughan, Abigail 379-80, Abner 

380, Abra. 379, 381, Alice 379- 
80, Amith. 381, Ann 224 235-6, 
241, 268-9, 380-1, Caleb 380, 
Dan. 58, 60, 63-4, 67, 120, 123, 
128, 131-2, 134, 136-7, 139, 142-3, 
147-8. 150-1. 153-5, 159-60, 162- 
3, 166-7, 169-70, 172, 174, 180, 
183, 185, 187, 189-90, 192, 197, 
201, 203, 207, 209, 212, 215, 218, 
222, 229, 231, 255, 379-81, Da- 

381, Drury 382, Eleanor 379, 

382, Eliz. 153, 169, 172, 174, 
iSo, 183, 187, 18Q-90, 192, 197, 
204, 379-81, Enoch 382, Ezekiel 
381, Hen., Isham 379-80, Jas. 
72, 78, 80, 379, 381, Jas. Thomp- 



son 380, Jemima 382, Jesse 381, 
Jno. 23, 125, 140, 157, 379, Jos. 
379, 381, Juha 380, Lewis 379, 
Mabel 380-1, Marg't 381, Mar- 
tha 37Q-81, Mary 380-2, Mary 
'Ann Eliz. 382, Niorris 141, 157, 
171, 186, 210, 380-2, Nath. 381, 
Nich. 35. 43, 379-81, Pearce 
379, Peter, Phoebe 380-1, Prise. 
379-80, Rebecca 380-2, Rich'd 
379-80, Rob't 380-1, Rob't 
Winn 382, Ruth 381, Salathiel 
114, 125, 178, 381, Sam'l 163, 
167, 169, 381, Sarah 37, 380-1, 
Susan. 380, 382, Sylvana, Syl- 
vester 381, Temperance 380, 
Thos. 381, Wm. 56, 77, 93, 99, 
124, 129, 379-81, Wms. 379, 382, 
Wilmouth 380. 

Verell, Jno., Martha, Sally New- 
sum 382. 

Virginia Gazette 148, 221, 238. 

Voden or Vodin (Vauden), Ann 

379, Burrell, Eliz., Frances 

380, Henry 5, 7, 9, 13-4, 34, 
^4, 54. 59, 75, Marthji 379-80, 
Mary, Susan., Wm. 380. 

Walke, Ann 392-3, Anthony 130, 
134-5, 137-8, 140, 142, 144-6, 
152, 392-3, Rob't 393, Sarah 



ife?; 



Walker, 68, Alex. 386, Cath., Dan. 
383, David 35, 43, 75, 78, 85, 
102, 112, 386, 388, 390, Edw. 
229, Frances 386, 389-90, Free- 
man 390, Gollorthun 393, Jno. 

5, 9, II, 46, 48, 51, 53, 58, 69, 
243, 253, 383, Joel 386, Jos., 
Letitia, Martin 393, Mary 386, 

388, 390, Patty, Penelope 303, 
Peter 389, Reuben 393, Rob't 
386, Thos. 386, 389-90. 

Wall, Amy 286, 385-6, 389, Ann 
383-5, 387, Burgess -583, Dan. 
286, 384-6, 389, David, Drury 
385, Eliz. 384, Frances 389, 
Hen., Isham 385, Ino. 43, 286, 

383. 385, 387, 389, Jos. 383, 385- 

6, 389, 391, Martha 383, 385-6, 

389, 39^ Mary 385, 389, Rich'd 

384, Wm. 384-5, Winifred 3S6, 
Zach. 387. 

Waller, Agnes 385. 
Wallton, Hen. 34, 386, Phoebe 386. 
Walter, Eliz., Thos., Wm. 386. 
Walthal(l), Amy 387, Ann 383, 389, 



418 



INDEX. 



Benj. 388, Chris. 384, Dan. 390, 
Edw. 388, Eliz. 383, 387-8, 
Frances 387, Francis 388, 390, 
Henry 44, 382-5, 388-90, Garrat 
387-8, Jer. 382, Jno., Mabel 384, 
Martha 388, 390, Mary 382-4, 

387, 3QO, Phcebe 383-4, 388-9, 
Rich'd 54, 57, 383-4, 387-8, 390» 
Thos. 387. 

Wame, 153, 161, 169, 172, 174, 182- 
3, 187, 189-90, 192, 197, 201, 
Hen. 146-7, 151, 154-5, 166, 163, 
167. 

Warpole, Jno. 205. 

Warren, 180, Peter 195, Rob't 172. 

Washington, Edw,, Eliz., Langs- 
down 390. 

Watkias, 39, Benj. 160, Jno. 99, 160, 
163, Thos. 36-7. 

Watts, Eliz., Jno. 385. 

Weathers, Edni. 393, Martha 394, 
Mary 393. 

Webster, Eliz., Jonathan 390, Mary, 
Thos. 382. 

Weed. Jno., Rob't, Sarah 391. 

Weeks. See Wricks. 

Wells, Abra. 388-90, Adam 390-3, 
Amy 390, Ann 384, 390, Bar- 
nabas 390, Dayid 387, 390, 
Drury39i, Eleanor 390-3, Fran- 
ces 386-7, 389, 391-2, Hannah 
393, Hen., Isham 392, Jane, 
jer., Joyce, Marg't, Mary 390, 
Patty 393, Phcebe 389, .fijin- 
dolph 393, Reuben 388, RlQ^d 
393, Sarah 384, 388-90, 392, 
Thos. 144, 150, Wm. 121, 384, 
386-7, 389, 391-2. 

Werren, David 41. 

West, Abra 384, Amy 389, Ann 187, 
19 1 -2, 194, 197, 391, Christian 

388, Eliz. 383-5, 387, 389, 391, 
Eph. 384, 390, Frances 385, 
Francis 384-5, 387, 289. Jno. i, 
3, 12, 13, 71, 78, 82, 383-4, 387, 
391, Lucy 387, Martha 386, 
Mary 383-8, Rob't 71, 93, 383, 
385-91, Susan 385, Temperance 
387, 389-9 ^ Wm. 75, 79, 383. 

Westbrook, Jno., Mar>-, Sarah, 

Wm. 390. 
Westmore, Eliz., Jos., Wm. Baird 

394. 
Westmoreland, Abigail 387, Ann 
385, Christian, Eliz. 389, Isa- 
bel. 387, Jas. 389, Jos. 387, 389, 
391, Marg't 386, 389, 391, Mar>' 



I 385, Mat. 186, Rich'd 36, 385, 
' Rob't Hicks 391, Sibylla 389, 

391, Susan. 387, Thos. 385-6, 

I 389, 391- 

I Westover Parish 122. 

I WTieat, Edw., Mary, Wm. 392. 

I WhitCt),Ann 388, Edw. 388, 390, 

I Jno., Mary 390. 

White, Alex. 41, 45, Jerry 154, Re- 
' becca, Rich'd 383. 
I Whitehall, Amy, Ann 391, Rob't 
I 68, 70-1, 73, 78-81, 83-4, 86-7, 
9?-^ 94-5, 99, 100, 104, 107, 391, 
Thos. 391. 
Whiting 233. 

Whitmore (Whitamore), Abra. 383, 
Eliz., 390, Honour 107, 115, 
Jno. 96, 126, 141, 158, 171, 390, 
Rich'd 71, 73, Sarah 383, Thos. 
185, 200, 209, 390, Wm. 383. 
Whood, Ann, Marg't 387, Thos. 
I 58, 63, Wm. 387. 

Wicks or Weeks, Jno. 210. 227, 249. 

I Wilkerson or Wilkinson, Agnes 

I 290, 392, Ann 391, Eliz. 384, 

Hen. 171, 183, 186, 193, 210, 

I 226, 229, 233, 236, 241, 253, 290, 

392, Jno. 384, Martin 391, Mar>- 
183, 189, 192, 391-2, Thos. 152- 

I 6, 159, 162, 164-6, 168, 170, 172- 
I 5, 180, 183-4, i8q, 192, 384. 
William & Mary College, 3'"o. 
, Williams, Ann '383, 385-8, 390, An- 
. thony 209, 233, Chas. 35, 43, 

382-90, David 35, 43, 55, 57, 77, 

79-81, 83-4, 86-7, 90, 94, 382-5, 
' 388, 390, Edw. 388, Eliz. 228, 

382-90,393, Frances 389, Fred'k 
; 393, Geo. 35, 37, 43. 5^, 77, 93. 

99, 104-5, 107-8, 115, 118, 120, 
i 123-4, 128, 13 1 -2, 134-7, 139, 

; 141-3, 146, 148-9, 151, ^53, 155, 

'57, 159, 162, 166, 168, 172, 180, 

184-5, 189-90, 192, 201, 203, 207, 

212, 215, 218, 220, 222, 224-5, 

227, 229, 231, 235, 239, 241-2, 

248, 251, 253, 255, 382, 384-6, 

I Hannah 393, Helen 386, Hen. 

162-3, 385, Jas. II, 26, 30-1, 35. 

I 43, 99, 3'o, 383-5, 387, 392-3, 

I Jane 39 > -3, Joanna 393, Jno. 68, 

I 118, 120, 183, 191, 193, 384-7, 

I 389-90. 393, Jones 388, Jos. 385, 

389, 393, Lisenby 230, 233, Lucy 

385, 392, Lud. 393, Marg't 120, 

123, 128, 131, 134, 136-7, 139, 

I 142-3, 147, '5', 153. 155, 159, 



INDEX. 



419 



162, 166, 169, 172, 174, 178, 180, 
183, 187, 189-90, 192, 197, 201, 
203, 207, 212, 215, 218, 222, 224, 
236, 239, 241-2, 251, 255-6, 259- 

60, 262-4, 266, 384, Martha 382, 
390. 393. Mary 384-6, 388, 392, 
Miles 215, 587, 393, Milhcent 
392, Obedience 384, Olive 383- 
4, 387, Peter 256, 258, 273-4, 
385, Rich'd 254, 261, 384, Rob't 
55-6, 388, 390, Roland 391, Sa- 
rah 90-1, 94-5, 99. 100, 104-5, 
107, 383-5, 388, 390, Sibylla 382, 
384-6, Tnos. 99, 106, 145, 148, 
151-7, 159-61, 164-5, 167-8, 170, 
173-4, i88, 243, 253, 391-2, Wm. 



392 
Williamsburg, 122 



Cath. 92, 
Eliz 



th. 92, 99, 1 
z. 389, Jno. 
I, 391, Susa 



I, 114, Drusilla 391, 
387, Prise. 386-7, 



Williamson, Chas. 386-7, 38Q, 391, 
•usilla 
^^r^ ^ ., rise 

389, 391, Susan. 386. 
Wilhngham, Jane, Jno., Mary 385. 
Willis, Peter 227-30, 242, 245-7. 
Willson or Wilson, 182-3, 187, 190, 

197, 204, Amy 282, Ann 386, 
388-91, Cath. 385, 392, Edw. 
385, Elim. 391, Eliz. 382, 387, 
Frances 393, Francis 391, Qard- 
ner 382, Geo. i, 2, 4-7, 9-18, 21- 
3. 25-30, 32-4, 36-42, 44-54, 57- 
9. 61-3, 65-9, 70, 72, 74-5, 79, 
80, 382, Hen. 42, 67, 79, 80, 82, 
383, 385-90, 392, Jas. 390, Joel 
385, Jno. 60, 201, 207, 212, 215, 
219, 222, 224, 385-9, 391, Jos. 
385, Judith 383.4, 389, Marg't 
385, Mark 380, Martha 58, 62, 
64, 385-9. 392. Mary 383, 386-8, 
Micael 386, Phcebe 387, Rich'd 
44, 62, 383-4, Sam'l 388, Sarah 
383. 385, Stevens 383, Thos. 
140, 157, 160, 170, 185, 382, 391, 
393, Wm. 62. 

Wine,Frances, Marg't, Rob't 391. 

Winfield (Wingfield), Ann 390, 
Edw. 92, 114, 126, 138, 141-2, 
144, 148, 388, 391-2, Hannah 

390. 392, Joel 388, Jno. 390, 
Mary 388, 391-2, Rob'^t 68. 

Winingham, Amy 389, Christian 
388, Edw., Eliz. 387, Gerald 
390, Hen., Isaac 388, Jno. 388, 
390, Mary 388-90, Prise. 387, 
Sarah'388, Thos. 387, 389, Wm. 
388. 

Winn, see Wynne. 

Wise, Josua 247. 



Womack (Wamack), 62, Eliz. 58, 
61, 64, 67, 69, 386, Laurana386, 
Martha 384, Wm. 584. 

Woobank (Obanck), Jno. 25, 48, 
51-2, 57, 60, 62-3, 67, 70-6, 78- 
91, 93-102, 104, 144, 148, 150, 
162-6, 168. 

Wood, Aaron 386-7, Cath. 384, Eliz. 
386, Jas. 384, Mary, 386-7, Ridi- 
ard 387. 

Woodlief, Jno. 103, Jos. 43, Susan. 
168, 172. 

Woodlith, Edw., Eliz., Thos. 391. 

Woodward, Jno., 248. 254. 

Woolfolk, Francis, Jean 393. 

Wootten, Eliz., Miles, Wm. 391. 

Worsham, Ann 386, 388, Cfarissa 
394, Dan. 382, 391, Dorcas 382- 
3, Essex 386, 388, Frances 586, 
Hen. 386, 394, ]no. 391, Jos. 
186, 391, 392, Martha 67, 69, 
382-3, 391-2, Mary 392, Ros. 
382-3, 386, Wm. 34, 37. 44. 54, 
72, 74, 79; 80, 382-3, 386, 394. 

Wortham, Eliz., )as., Mary 392. 

Wright (Write), Jno. 387, 389, Jos. 

390, Sarah 387, Susan. 387, 389- 
90, Thos. 207, 212. 

Wyatt, Alice, Arthur, Edw. 393, 
Eliz. 389, 391, Francis 387, 389, 

391, Hen. 41, 387, Mary 387, 

393, Sarah 393, Susan. 391. 
Wy-nne or Winn iWyn), Frances 

24, 392, Jno. 393, Jos. 17, 24, 

- 93. 382-5, 388, 393. Katy, Lucre- 

tia 393, Marg't 384-5, Martha 

382, Mary 382-5, 388, Mason 

392, Peter 58, Rob't 56-7, 77, 
82, 93. 99. 383. 392, Sally Allen, 
Sol. 393, Tabitha 388, Thos 

385. 
Yanes, see Eanes. 

Yarbrough, Diana 394-5, Eliz., Tas. 
Smith, Jos., Ozwell, Rich'd, 

394, Wm. 166, 168, 170, 172-6, 
178, J 80-5, 187-92, 195, 197. 199. 
20T-3, 207-8, 211-6, 218, 220-3, 

229-3!. 394-5. 
Yates, Eliz. 230, 234, 237, 245-6. 
York, Jane 394, Jno. 359, 381, 394, 

Martha 359, 394, Sarah 359, 381, 

394. 
Young, Hen. 395, Jno. 185, 187, 
190, 197, 2or, 203, 207, 212, 215, 
218, 222, 224-5, 235-6, 394, Ju- 
dith, Sam'l, Temperance 394, 
Winny 395. 



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