Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Mecklenburg Co. VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet

Mecklenburg County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Marriages, Probate Records


Mecklenburg County Mecklenburg County was organized on March 1, 1765, having split off from Lunenburg County in 1764 as the result of the passage of an Act by the Virginia General Assembly. The result was that Lunenburg was divided in three counties, Lunenburg, Charlotte and Meklenburg.

Mecklenburg County Wills, Estates, Marriages available to members of Virginia Pioneers

Images of Wills 1765 to 1782
--Note: These old documents were pasted together and there is some blurring --

Anderson, Thomas | Arnoll, James | Arnoll, James (2) | Atkinson, John | Baker, Zachariah | Baskerville, George | Bell, William | Bland, Merit | Bott, Ann | Bugg, Jacob | Bugg, Samuel | Burnett, John | Burton, Hutchins | Burton, Nowel | Burwell, Thacker | Cheatham, Leonard | Clarke, Jesse | Cockerham, Philip | Connell, Robert | Cooper, James | Cox, Bowling | Cradle, Briant | Dortch, Noah | Eastland, Thomas | Fargason, Sarah | Fox, Richard | Griffin, Francis | Greenwood, James | Greenwood, Robert | Greer, Joseph | Harris, William | Hatchell, William | Hester, Abraham | Hill, William | Holloway, James | Holmes, Isaac | Holmes, Samuel | Hudson, Charles | Hudson, Christopher | James, Robert | Jefferson, Field | Jeffries, John Jr. | Johnson, Daniel | Ladd, William | Lambert, James | Lawton, John | Lee, Walter | Lewis, Edward | Lucas, William | Luck, Dennis | Mabry, Anne | Maclin, Thomas | Mason, Ann | Mason, Thomas | Murphey, John | Murray, John | Phillips, Martin | Poole, William | Pughe, John | Ragsdale, Benjamin | Reed, John | Roberts, Alexander | Roberts, John | Rudd, Joseph | Ruffin, John | Ruffin, John (2) | Russell, Richard | Shelton, John | Skelton, William | Smith, Preston | Smith, Robert | Speed, John Jr. | Stewart, Martha | Stovall, Thomas | Stroud, John | Tarry, Samuel | Taylor, Thomas Sr. | Taylor, William | Thomason, James | Thompson, Wells | Tillman, Roger | Townsen, William | Tucker, James Tucker, Mat | Walker, Edward | Watson, James | Whitterman, Abraham | Whittmore, Lewis | Wiles, Robert | Willis, Richard | Wilton, Richard | Wright, Reuben | Young, Richard |

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to Wills 1782-1788
  • Index to Wills 1788-1798
  • Index to Deed Book 5, 1777 to 1778
  • Index to Deed Book 6, 1779 to 1786
  • Index to Deed Book 7, 1786 to 1791
  • Index to Deed Book 8, 1792 to 1795
  • Index to Deed Book 9, 1795 to 1797
  • Index to Deed Book 10, 1798 to 1801
Images of Wills 1782-1788
Testators: Arnold, John | Ballard, John | Blackbourne, Thomas (first page missing from will book) | Bowen, Hicks | Bressie, Elizabeth | Bugg, Jacob | Burwell, Lewis | Camp, John | Carleton, Thomas Christopher, David | Clark, James | Clemonds, Edmund | Collins, Howell | Culbreath, William | Delony, Henry | Duncan, George | Evans, Thomas | Fox, William | Gregory, William | Hill, William | Hix, Amos | Johnson, James | Jones, Robert | Malone, Drury | Malone, Jones | Marable, Matthew | Marshall, John | Maynard, Nicholas | McNeel, John | Munford, R. | Newton, Henry | Ornsbey, Matt | Parish, John | Parish, Peter | Parish, Samuel | Perkins, David | Puryear, John | Puryear, Seymour | Ramsey, Gilbert | Roffe, William | Sandyland, James | Simpson, Richard | Smith, Drury | Speed, John | Stanback, George | Talley, Abraham | Taylor, Goodwyn | Vaughan, William | Walker, Silvanus | Watson, Isaac |
Images of Wills 1788-1798
Testators: Allen, William | Baker, Jean | Bevell, Edward | Brame, John | Bugg, Jesse | Chandler, David | Draper, Joshua | Frankling, Owen | Gold, Daniel | Harper, John | Hyde, John Sr. | Jefferies, John | Jones, John Sr. | Keeton, John | Knight, Joseph | Lark, Robert | McGuire, John | Mealer, Philip | Moore, Thomas | Poindexter, Philip | Poindexter, Sarah | Rhodes, William | Smith, Augustin | Stevens, Mary | Taylor, Jesse | Vaughan, Mildenredge | Walker, Henry | Williams, Jones | Witton, Richard |

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Lancaster Co. VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet

Lancaster County, Virginia Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Court House Records


Lancaster County Jail
Lancaster County was created in 1651 from Northumberland and York counties.

One of the most important personal estates which came before the court of Lancaster between 1690 and 1700 was that of John Carter, Sr., valued at 2260 pounds. Smaller estates in the counties of Lancaster and Westmoreland were those of David Myles, 320 pounds, John Washington, 377 pounds and John Pritchard, 476 pounds. In the case of the latter, the personalty included debts owed him of 30 pounds and 101,307 pounds of tobacco.

Sources: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. II, p. 236; Records of Lancaster County, Vol. 1674-1687, p. 36 and 1675-1689, orders, 8 Feb 1674.

Lancaster County Court House Records available to members of Virginia Pioneers

Marriages
  • Marriages to 1699
Miscellaneous Estates
  • Ball, Hannah, LWT (1694) (image)
  • Cheatwood, Thomas- Inventory of Estate (1678) (image)
  • Haynes, Thomas, LWT (1679) (image)
  • King, William, LWT
  • Pinckard, James, LWT (1751)
  • Pinckard, Mary, LWT (1749)
Digital Images of Wills 1700 to 1719
  • Ashford, John
  • Ball, Joseph
  • Batt, Margaret
  • Bostwick, Robert
  • Brightman, William
  • Burkley, Thomas
  • Bradley, John
  • Carter, Thomas
  • Chapman, William
  • Chappell, William
  • Chilton, George
  • Christian, Oliver
  • Clark, Nicholas
  • Davenport, William
  • Dillon, Stephen
  • Draper, Josias
  • Fox, Hanah
  • Garton, William
  • George, Nicholas
  • Glass, Joseph
  • Harrot, Thomas
  • Hart, John
  • Harvard, George
  • Heard, William
  • Hill, Job
  • Horton, Robert
  • James, Daniel
  • Kilgore, Peter
  • Ladner, Hugh
  • Landor, Duke
  • Laurie, John
  • Lawne, James
  • Lawson, Rowland
  • Lawne, John
  • Lot, Thomas
  • Lyne, Thomas
  • Margae, John
  • Mewzoy, David
  • Moore, Francis
  • Moore, John
  • Morinton, Thomas
  • Nash, William
  • Nickolson, Francis
  • Parfitt, Thomas
  • Payne, Richard
  • Pitman, John
  • Pollard, Robert
  • Price, Elinor
  • Roberson, Landers
  • Robinson, John
  • Rott, Brian
  • Sharp, John
  • Sharp, Margaret
  • Shaw, John
  • Stonum, Henry
  • Straton, James
  • Sweatman, John
  • Taylor, Job
  • Tillman, Elizabeth
  • Timson, Percival
  • Wales, Benjamin
  • Walis, Francis
  • Wells, Robert
  • Williams, Rodger
  • Wills, John
  • Wren, Nicholas
  • Wren, William
  • Young, Robert


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Monday, August 22, 2016

Henrico Co. VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet

Henrico County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Marriages, Probate Records


Henrico County was founded in 1611. The county seat is Richmond, Virginia. The earliest of records which include deeds, orders and wills has been microfilmed even though the documents themselves are quite faded.

Henricopolis: A Second Town
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Henricus Church Henrico County Pictured is a reconstructed church of the 17th century. The original settlement was founded by Sir Thomas Dale in 1611 as an alternative to the swampy and dangerous surroundings of Jamestown and was named for Prince Henry, the eldest son of King James I. This site later became part of the Shire of Henrico (1634), renamed Henrico County in 1637. In 1749, that portion of Henrico County that lay south of the James River was detached to form the present-day Chesterfield County. After the visible 1609 decay of the town, the erection of a second town was commenced. Within four months the structures, hospital, framed dwellings on the edge of the river, and one brick home, were more substantial than Jamestown. Nevertheless the new settlement soon showed the same symptoms of decline as Jamestown. The buildings were decaying and in need of constant repair. Source: Ralph Hamor's "True Discourse", p. 30.

One of the early investors in Virginia, Sir Thomas Dale, departed Jamestown in the later summer of 1611 with a strong force of 300 men to proceed up river to establish a new settlement. This settlement was expected to be the chief seat of the Colony and its purpose was to remove the fear of Spanish invaders to the colony. In other words, it would serve as a defensive fortress in the wilderness country. The reason was that the settlers were generally dissatisfied with the Jamestown location. The town was to be named Henrico in honor of a protector and patron of the colony, Henry, Prince of Wales. While Marshal Dale took a party upstream by boat while the larger part of settlers went overland, led by Captain Edward Brewster. But the latter party was met with resistance from the Indian chief, Munetute whom the Englishmen referred to as "Jacke of the Feathers". After various skirmishes with the Indians, however, Dale and Brewster rendezvoused at the appointed place where they began construction of a fort on a peninsula which jutted into the James River from the north side several miles below the Arrahatock village while the Indians continued their protests. In about fifteen days, Dale had impaled seven acres of ground and then set to work to build watch towers upon each of the five corners of the town. They also constructed a church and some storehouses. After this was accomplished, houses and lodgings were constructed for Dale and his men. The site was two miles inland and it ran from river to river making an island of the neck upon which Henrico stood. Presumably this palisade faced a ditch. But the project cost Dale his life, but Dale Laws prevailed, punishing deserters and law breakers. George Percy related the results in graphic terms. Some "in a moste severe manner cawsed to be executed. Some he appointed to be hanged, some burned, some to be broken upon wheles, others to be staked and some to be shott to deathe; all theis extreme and crewell tortures he used and inflicted upon them to terrefy the reste for attemptinge the like." Yet these stern measures produced results and few of his contemporary associates took issue including John Rolfe, Ralph Hamor, Reverend Alexander Whitaker and even Sir Edwin Sandys. To them, motivated by the spirit of the time, hard conditions required stern handling. During the year of 1612, Robert Johnson evaluated the new settlement as he saw it: "the colony is removed up the river forescore miles further beyond Jamestown to a place of high ground, strong and defensible by nature, a good air, wholesome and clear, unlike the marshy seat at Jamestown, with fresh and plenty of water springs, much fair and open grounds freed from woods, and wood enough at hand." In 1614 Hamor described the town here as having " three streets of well framed howses, a hansom Church, and the foundations of a more stately one laid, of brick, in length one hundred foote, and fifty foot wide, beside store houses, watch houses, and such like." Near it, and behind the pale, was a great quantity of ground corn, enough to support the whole Colony and easy for manuring and husbandry. Yet not more than two years had passed before the " "Citty of Henricus" had retrogressed, perhaps, out of emphasis on Bermuda City just down river. At this time there were only 38 men and boys in Henrico. Even though the "citty" continued its decline, the Incorporation carried on its name. In 1619 Henrico was reported to have had but a few old houses, and a "ruinated" Church. It continued, however, as a fixed community until it was finally destroyed by the Indians during the famous massacre of March 22, 1622. After the tally was made, however, only five were killed at Henrico Island. Virginia History Gazette

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Marriages
  • Marriages to 1699
  • Henrico County Marriages 1780 to 1861
  • Index to Settlements and Estates 1770 to 1787
Miscellaneous Wills and Estates
  • Michaux, Abraham (1717)
  • Perkins,, Nicholas, LWT, transcript (1711)
  • Randolph, Peter
Digital Images of Wills 1650 to 1717

Testators: Bowen, John;Childers, Abraham; Clerk, Allison;Cooke, Richard;Frazier, William;French, Christopher Jr.;Ham, Martin;Holmes, Thomas;Jones, Thomas; Knight, Anthony;Lester, Edward;Lettus, Thomas;Moons, Abraham; Nolls, Philip;Perrin, Ann;Perrin, Richard;Pew, Henry;Pleasants, John;Randolph, William;Watson, Benjamin;Wells, Thomas

Digital Images of Wills 1678 to 1693

Testators: Bridgewater, Samuel;Clerk, John;Cole, John;Davis, John;Ealane, William;Epes, Elizabeth;Harwin, John; Partridge, John;Randolph, Judith;West, John

Digital Images of Wills 1717-1726

Testators: Archer, John;Barnes, John;Bowman, Edward; Brickett, John Sr.;Browne, Martha;Childers, Abraham Sr.;Corse, Margaret;Dutoit, Peter;Esley, Ann;Farriss, John;Goss, Peter; Griggs, Charles;Hancock, Johan;Hill, Henry;Hudspeath, Ralph; Leister, Aaron;Lufter, Henry;Martin, Richard;Pleasants, Joseph; Pledge, John;Porter, John;Powell, Charles;Pursel, Philip;Roberts, Morris;Roberts, Morris;Stovall, Bartholomew;Tanner, Edward;Turpin, Philip

Digital Images of Wills and Settlements 1770 to 1787

Albert, Francis;Allen, Isham;Allen, Julius;Allen, Littleberry; Allen, Timothy;Arbathriot, Dorotha;Austin, Mary; Bailey, Joseph; Bailey, Joseph, estate; Bailey, Peter;Baine, Robert;Bentley, Thomas;Bethell, Thomas;Binford, James;Bottom, John;Bowles, Thomas;Bridgewater, James;Brockett, John;Brown, JosephBrown, Robert;Brown, Robert, inventory;Brown, Samuel;Bullington, William;Bullington, William, estate;Burton, John;Cahill, Barney; Carter, John;Chelsey, Thomas;Childress, Frederick;Clark, Peter; Coutts, Patrick;Coutts, William;Cox, George;Duval, Robert, estate;Duvall, Samuel;Edwards, John;Ellis, George;Ellis, Jesse; Ellis, John;Ellis, Thomas;Evans, Thomas;Farriss, William; Farriss, William, estate;Fenton, Thomas;Ford, David;Ford, Samuel; Fussell, Solomon;Gathright, Ann;Gathright,Benjamin;Gathright, John, inventory;Gathright, William;Gathright, William Sr.; Giles, Nicholas;Goodes, Edward;Greenley, David;Gunn, James;Hales, John;Harbert, Mathew;Harris, Joshua;Harwood, John;Harwood, Samuel;Hay, John;Hay, Peter;Hughes, Charles, estate;Hutchings, John;Hutchings,Joseph;Hutchings, Joseph, inventory;Johnson, Benjamin, inventory;Johnson, Michael;Jones, Samuel;Kent, John; Lewis, Robert;Liggins, John;Lockley, John;Logan, John, appraisement; Maddox, William;Matthews, Anthony;Matthews, Charles Matthews, Thomas;Mitchell, Samuel;Moon, Richard;Mosby, Benjamin; New, William;Owens, William;Parker, John;Pleasant, John;Pleasant, Jonathan;Pleasant, Joseph;Powell, Robin;Price, Elizabeth;Price, John (inventory);Price, Samuel;Puryear, Peter;Puryear, Thomas; Randolph, Peter;Randolph, Peyton;Randolph, Peyton, appraisement; Randolph, Richard;Randolph, Ryland;Redford, Milner;Roberson, William;Robertson, William;Rockett, Baldwin;Scheror, George; Shackleton, John;Sharpe, Henry;Sheapard, Samuel;Shepard, Joseph, inventory;Sheppard, William;Simons, John;Smith, John;Sneed, Thomas;Sneed, William;Spears, John;Thornton, Sterling;Stone, Thomas;Turman, John;Warnock, Frederick;Warriner, Richard; Warriner, Thomas, inventory;Watkins, Thomas;Watkins, Thomas Jr.; White, David;White, Elisha;White, Elisha Jr.;Whitlock, Mary; Williams, John, estate;Williams, Thomas;Williamson, John; Winston, Peter;Wise, John;Woodcock, Isaac;Wright, Patrick; Young, Judith

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Grayson Co. VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet


Grayson County, Virginia Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Indexes to Probate Records


Grayson County Galax, Virginia
Grayson County was formed in 1792 from Wythe and Patrick Counties; it was the parent of Carroll County. The books listed below contain inventories, wills, appraisements and guardians returns.

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Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills and Estates 1796 to 1839
  • Wills and Estates 1839 to 1849

Images of Wills and Estates 1796 to 1839

Alderman, Jacob | Allen, William | Anderson, James | Anderson, John
    Baldwin, Thomas Ballard, Byrom | Beal, John Beason, William | Bennett, James | Blair, Thomas | Blevins, Dillon | Blevins, Jefferson | Blevins, John | Bobbitt, William | Boulson, Isaac | Bourn, William | Boyer, William H. | Brown, John | Bryant, John | Bryant, Thomas | Burrus, William | Buson, William Byrd, Samuel Byrd, William | Carnes, Abel | Causey, Jacob | Clark, Stephen | Coattrane, David | Coleman, Peter Collins, Muhlen | Combes, Zedekiah | Comer, John | Comer, John W. | Connoy, Barney | Cooley, Daniel | Cooley, David | Cooley, Peter | Corcan, Daniel | Cornett, James | Cornett, Sarah | Cornett, Sary | Coulson, Jacob | Coulson, John | Cox, David | Cox, Joshua | Curlan, William | Currie, William | Currin, George | Currin, Martha | Daniel, Nehemiah | Davis, Love | Davis, Moses | Deal, John | Dean, Anthony | Dickenson, John | Dickenson, Martin | Dickson, William | Dicky, Matthew | Dillard, Matthew | Dilyard, Edward | Drury, Lazarus | East, Drury | East, William | Edwards, Catharine | Edwards, Isaac | Edwards, James | Edwards, Jane | Edwards, John | Fanning, John | Farmer, Barnet | Farmer, James | Farr, John | Fields, Dennis | Frost, John | Fulton, David
  • Garrot, Phillip | Gittins, Richard | Goad, Robert | Green, Isaac | Greer, William | Grigg, John A.
  • Hail, Dudley | Hail, Stephen | Hall, Thomas | Hampton, Wade | Hanigan, Daniel | Harden, William | Hare, Lewis Harkin, Conrad | Harmon, Joseph | Harmon, Sary | Hays, Isaac | Hays, Jacob | Heatt, Joseph | Henson, Benjamin | Herman, Henry | Hetton, Elias | Hiatt, Amos | Hiatt, Asher | Hiatt, William | Hill, John | Holland, George Hooser, George | Houk, Peter | Huff, Peter | Isom, John | Jackson, Joseph | Johnson, Jacob | Johnson, Joseph | Jones, George | Jones, Minitree | Jones, Samuel | Jones, William | Jusan, Joseph
  • Keith, George | Kelly, Eden | Kelly, John | Kenny, John |
  • Larson, Richard | Leonard, William | Linton, William | Long, William | Lundy, John | Lundy, Richard | >Mallory, Moses | Mallory, Thomas | Martin, Jane | McCure, James | Mitchell, Stephen | Montgomery, Irvin | Morris, Isaac | Newman, C. | Nuckells, Charles | Ogle, Hercules | Ogle, Thomas | Osborne, Enoch | Ott, Sylvester | Parks, James | Patton, James | Patton, Nancy | Patton, Thomas | Perkins, Aria | Phillips, James | Phillips, Thomas | Phillips, Tobias | Phipps, Benjamin | Pool, John | Pool, William | Porter, David Andrew | Porter, James | Porter, Patience | Prater, Newman | Prichard, James | Pugh, David | Pugh, William | Raines, John | Rankin, William | Rector, Jacob | Rector, Mary | Rewes, George Jr. | Ring, Martin | Roberts, William | Robinson, John | Rowark, Timothy | Rudy, Jacob | Rudy, Julia | Russell, Charles | Sage, James | Sanderth, Benjamin | Schooley, James | Schooley, Samuel | Scudders, John | Sexton, Benjamin | Sexton, Prior | Shipp, John | Smith, Stephen | Stanfield, George | Stone, Jeremiah | Taylor, Thomas | Thomas, Owen | Thompson, Catherine
Wair, James | Ward, Chesley | Ward, Drury | Ward, Nathan | Ward, Wills | Welch, John | Wells, Barney B. | Willet, Isaac | Williams, William | Wills, John | Worrell, Esau | Worrell, James | Wright, Abraham | Wright, H. | Young, Ezekiel | Young, William

Images of Wills and Estates 1839 to 1849

Beaman, Henry | Blevin, Jefferson | Blevin, Kate | Bouen, William | Causey, Barney | Cornelius, Francis | Cox, David | Cox, Enoch | Cox, James | Davis, Daniel | Davis, Morris | Davis, Peter | Delp, Peter | Dickenson, M. | Farmer, James | Fielder, Delia | Fisher, Jacob | Hail, Lewis | Hall, William | Harkin, Peter | Harrison, William | Houks, Thomas | Huff, Peter | Isom, Spencer | Johnston, Jabez Kester, Eli | Mabry, Charles | Martin, Joshua | Martin, William | Murphy, John Oglesby, William | Parsons, Robert | Perkins, Arias | Perkins, Stephen | Phillips, Tobias | Phipps, Benjamin | Phipps, James | Pool, William | Pugh, Robert | Raines, James | Raines, John | Ring, Hester | Ringo, Martin | Roberts, William | Russell, Philip | Shipp, James | Southerland, Alexander | Southerland, John | Southerland, Polly | Steagall, Martin | Stone, Micajah | Stone, William Sr. | Stoneman, James | Stoneman, Joshua | Stoneman, Lewis | Stoneman, Nancy | Ward, Esau | Watson, Michael | Williams, William | Worrell, Esau | Wright, John | Wright, Thompson | Yost, James | Young, Timothy
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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Let us Cross over the River #history #genealogy #virginiapioneersnet

Jeannette Holland Austin
"Let us Cross over the River and Rest in the Shade."
By Jeannette Holland Austin (profile)

Like a servant of the Lord, with his bible and his sword, Our general rode along us, to form us for the fight. Macaulay.

The Death of Stonewall Jackson. Stonewall Jackson was a man of intense religious conviction who carried the cherished precepts of his faith into every thought and deed. He was a tender and loving husband and father, kindhearted and gentle to all with whom he was brought in contact; yet in the times that tried the souls of men, he proved not only a commander of genius, but a fighter of iron will and temper. When danger was the eminent, he arose to play his finest roles as a leader. He knew was thoroughly dedicated to the cause, and gave it his "all." It was during the first battle of Bull Run where Jackson earned the name of "Stonewall," a tribute to his determination to focus his men to their work of repulsing the attacking Union army. Few generals like General Robert E. Lee had as great a lieutenant as Jackson. He was a master of strategy and tactics, fearless of responsibility, decisive, quick in his movements, always ready to march as well as fight. In the spring of 1863 the Union General Hooker had under his command 120,000 men when he prepared to attack the army of General Lee, which was half as strong. The Union army was encamped opposite Fredericksburg when Hooker decided to distract the attention of the Confederates by letting a small portion of his force (under General Sedgwick) attack Fredericksburg, while he himself took the bulk of the army across the river in order to crush Lee by an assault on his flank. At the beginning, all went well. However, on May 1st, Hooker found himself facing the bulk of Lee's forces at Chancellorsville. Sedgwick dutifully crossed the river and charged with the utmost determination, routing the Confederate division of General Early out of Fredericksburg. But when Hooker found himself in front of Lee, hesitated instead of pushing on, thus allowing the consummate general to take the initiative. Lee fully realized his danger, yet saw that his only chance was to beat back Hooker; then to turn and overwhelm Sedgwick, who was to his rear. He consulted with Jackson who expressed a plan to make one of his favorite flank attacks upon the Union army. Lee consented and Jackson crossed the countryside shielded by the forest, then marched his columns to the left along the narrow country roads until he was square on the flank of the Union right wing, which was held by the Eleventh Corps (under Howard). The Union scouts noticed the Confederate maneuver and reported it to headquarters, but the Union generals thought the Confederates were retreating; and when the scouts brought word to Howard that a flank attack was eminent, he paid no heed to the information and actually allowed his whole corps be surprised in broad daylight. Meanwhile, the battle raged on as Union sharpshooters surrounded and captured a Georgia regiment. This meant that Jackson was not retreating but was preparing to strike a heavy blow. The Eleventh Corps had no inkling that it was about to be attacked; the men were not even in line. Many of them had stacked their muskets and were lounging about, some playing cards, others cooking supper, intermingling with the pack-mules and beef cattle. While they were thus engaged, Jackson attacked. The first notice the troops of the Eleventh Corps received did not come from the pickets, rather from the animals, viz: deer, rabbits and foxes which were fleeing as the Confederates suddenly came running over and into the Union lines. In another minute the frightened pickets came tumbling back, and behind them came the long files of charging, yelling Confederates. In one fierce rush Jackson's men swept over the Union lines, and at a blow the Eleventh Corps retreated. Some of the regiments resisted for a few moments, but were promptly carried away in the flight. For a while it seemed as if the whole army would be swept off; but Hooker and his subordinates exerted every effort to restore order. Keenan's regiment of the Pennsylvania cavalry, but four hundred sabers strong, was sent full force against the front of the ten thousand victorious Confederates. Keenan himself fell, pierced by bayonets. But these losses gave Pleasanton time to post twenty-two guns loaded with double canister. The Confederates advanced in a dense mass, yelling and cheering, and the discharge of the guns fairly blew them back across the earthen works they had just taken. Again they charged, and again were driven back; and when the battle once more began the Union reinforcements had arrived. It was about this time when Jackson fell from his horse, mortally wounded. He had been leading the charge, urging his men to advance, cheering them, joyous with excitement. As he sat on his horse he removed his hat and, looking upward, thanked heaven for the victory. But as darkness drew near he was in the front, where friend and foe were mingled in almost inextricable confusion. He and his staff were fired upon at close range, and, as they turned, were fired upon again. Jackson fell, struck in several places. He was put in a litter and carried back; but never lost consciousness, and when one of his generals complained of the terrible effect of the Union cannonade he answered: "You must hold your ground." Jackson lingered for several days, learning how Lee whipped Hooker in great detail by forcing him back across the river. His thoughts were on the battle, and his last words were: "Let us cross over the river and rest in the shade."

Source: Hero Tales from American History by Henry Cabot Lodge and Theodore Roosevelt
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Friday, August 19, 2016

Franklin Co. VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet

Franklin County Genealogy, Wills, Estates

Franklin County Virginia Franklin County is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains The county was formed in 1785 from parts of Bedford and Henry counties and was named for Benjamin Franklin. The first settlers were mostly Scot-Irish.

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Images of Wills, Inventories, Orphans Records, Post Mortems 1786 to 1812

Testators: Akin, James | Albright, Casper Arrington, Samuel | Austin, William | Bantlan, Robert | Bardel, Humphrey | Barnhart, Daniel | Barnhart, Elizabeth | Barret, George | Beard, Edward | Beck, Paul | Beheler, Davis | Beheter, David | Bell, James | Bennett, Micajah | Bird, Abner | Boon, Jacob | Booth, John | Bowman, John | Boyd, George | Boyd, William | Bowman, Laurance | Brown, Lucy | Brown, Richard | Burns, William | Carter, Richard | Chitwood, John | Clybourn, John | Coger, Jacob | Craighead, John | Craighead, Peter | Craighead, Timothy | Davis, Jonathan | Davis, William | Dickinson, Isabell | Dickinson, John | Divers, John | Dodd, William | Doran, Hartman | Doughton, Charlesl | Doughten, John | Drake, William | Durst, Abraham | Duvall, Benjamin | Early, John | Early, Jubal | Edmondson, Richard | England, Joseph | Estes, Elisha | Estes, Mary Ann | Estes, William | Evans, Augustine | Farmer, Jesse | Feller, Peter | Farguson, John | Ferguson, Alexander Jr. | Ferguson, Charlesl | Ferguson, Elizabeth | Gearhart, John | Gearhart, Peter | Gearhart, William | Gearhart, William | Glass, Isaac | Goggins, Stephen | Goode, Samuel | Graves, William | Greer, Benjamin Sr. | Greer, James | Greer, Thomas | Guilliam, Edgecome | Guthery, Henry | Hail, Richard | Hairston, Robert | Hale, Joseph | Hancock, Lewis (marriage)| Hancock, Thomas | Harris, Elizabeth | Hawkins, Elizabeth and William | Haygood, Grisham | Henderson, Samuel | Hickman, Jacob | Hill, Isaac | Hill, Thomas | Holland, Asa | Hook, Henry | Hook, John | Hughes, Pratt Hunter, George | Innes, Hugh | Innis, Hugh, Colonel | Jamerson, William | Kemp, Thomas | Kerley, Jesse | Kingery, Jacob | Kingery, Peter | Kirkman, Elijah | Kitterman, Christopher | Kitterman, Henry | Kitterman, John | Koger, Jacob | Lambert, Thomas | Leamon, Daniel | Lovell, Markham | Lumsden, John | Lyon, Elisha | Maxey, Josiah | Maxey, Walter | Meador, Joel Sr. | Meador, John | Melwane, Thomas | Menefee, William | Miler, Tobias | Mishler, Jacob | Moore, William | Napier, Robert | Nave, Jacob | Nofkinger, Daniel | Parberry, James | Patterson, Samuel | Payne, Deborah | Pearson, Shearwood | Perdue, Daniel | Pergrin, David | Pinkard, Charles | Pinkard, John | Plaister, Michal | Plasture, Charity | Plyborne, John | Price, Jonathan | Price, Joseph Shore | Prottaman, Jacob | Radford, Richard | Richardson, Stanhope | Ritter, John | Robertson, Thomas | Robertson, William | Robinson, Thomas | Ross, Alexander | Ryan, William | Shearwood, Robert | Sheridan, Mark | Shuman, Jacob | Sibert, Jacob | Smith, Gideon | Smith, John | Smith, Leonora Snider, David | Spangler, Daniel | Spangler, George | Starkey, John | Stone, James | Stover, Henry | Sutherland, Phil | Tanner, James | Taylor, Jeremiah | Thompson, Andrew | Thorp, William | Toney, William | Tully, Happy | Turnbull, George | Turner, James | Turpin, Jesse | Underwood, Samuel | Vinson, Charlesl | Wade, John Uttey | Watson, James | Webb, Theodoric | Webb, William | Wever, Jacob | Williams, Thomas | Willis, John | Wood, Ambrose | Wood, John | Wood, Robert | Woods, Hugh | Woodson, Shadrack | Woody, Henry Sr. | Wray, Moses | Wright, Joshua | Wright, William | Wyatt, John | Young, Allen | Young, Joseph

Images of Wills, Inventories, Orphans Records, Post Mortems 1812 to 1825

Testators: Absher, Luke | Agee, Ephraim | Agee, Matthew | Allen, William | Anderson, James | Angle, Peter | Ashworth, John | Barnard, Peter | Barroll, James | Beard, Sarah | Beasley, Richard | Beckner, Jacob | Beheller, David | Belcher, Francis | Binnion, Martin | Bishop, Joseph | Bondurant, Jacob | Boon, Elizabeth | Boon, Jacob | Boothe, James | Bowman, John | Brock, Joshua | Brock, Lucy | Brothers, William | Brown, Henry | Brown, William | Brozendine, Isaac | Burn, James | Burwell, William | Campbell, Thomas | Canady, James | Capell, Nicholas | Cheatwood, William | Chewning, George | Choice, John | Clarkson, John | Cleck, Christian | Cockran, Edward | Craighead, John | Cron, Fergus | Custer, Abraham | Dickerson, David | Dickinson, John | Dickinson, Joshiah W. | Dillon, William | Draper, Asa | Early, John | Early, Jubal | Edds, John | English, William | Estes, Elisha | Farland, Henry | Farris, William | Fearen, Lewis | Ferguson, Alexander | Ferguson, Charles | Ferguson, John Sr. | Ferguson, Mary | Ferguson, William | Finney, Lewis | Gilmer, P. R. | Goode, David | Goode, John | Gossell, Abraham | Gray, William | Greer, James | Haizless, Henry | Hale, John | Hale, Joseph | Hamblin, Thomas | Harris, John | Harrison, Josiah | Harrison, William | Hawke, Polly | Heptonstall, Caleb | Heptonstall, Thomas | Hicks, Dibdale | Hill, Isaac | Hodges, Josiah | Hodges, William | Holland, Thomas | Hook, John | Hunter, Robert | Huston, Thomas | Hutcheson, William | Jackson, Thomas | Jarrett, Robert | Johnson, Martin Keen, Elisha | Kelly, William | Kemp, John Jr. | Killerman, Christinia | Kingery, Katy | Lane, John | Law, Burwell | Law, Nathaniel | Lifer, James | Luke, Faithful | Lyon, Elisha | Lyon, Sarah | Martin, James | Martin, John | Maxey, Josiah | McCall, William | McVey, James | Meador, Jesse | Meador, Susanna Meshire, Edward | Minnix, Charlesl | Mitchell, Archibald | Mitchell, Richard | Moore, William | Niblett, Thomas | Payne, George | Payne, Thomas | Perdue, Daniel | Perdue, Happy | Petter, Peter | Phelps, John | Philips, John | Poindexter, John | Powell, Robert | Prunty, Robert | Pruntz, James | Pucket, Jeremiah | Rakes, Anthony | Real, Andrew | Reeble, Owen | Richards, Edward | Richardson, Fanny | Richardson, Nancy | Rives, Frederick | Robertson, Lucy | Robertson, Nicholas | Robertson, William | Ryherd, Adam | Saunders, Peter | Simmons, Elisha | Siver, John Donah | Smith, John | Smith, William | Snider, David | Souna, Peter | Spangler, George | Starkey, John | Stephens, Peter | Stockton, Charlesl | Stockton, Richard | Stone, Clifford | Sullivant, Samuel | Sutherland, Philip | Sweeney, Benjamin | Swinney, Phebe | Taylor, Alsup | Taylor, Oly | Teal, George | Teal, Peter | Thurmond, John | Turnbull, George | Turner, John | Underwood, Samuel | Ward, Charlesl | Ward, Harry | Webb, Cuthbert and Molley | Webb, Jacob | Webb, Smith | Webb, Theodrick | Webster, Luke | Webster, Samuel | White, Isaiah | Williams, Clay | Williams, Samuel | Willis, William | Winfree, Stephen | Woodall, John | Wood, Stephen | Woods, John | Wright, James | Young, John | Zeigler, John

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Elizabeth City VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet

Elizabeth City County, Virginia Genealogy, Loose Eills, Estates

Map of Elizabeth City County Elizabeth City County was created in 1634 as the Elizabeth River Shire, being one of eight shires in the Virginia Colony by the order of the King of England. The county is located in southeastern Virginia and survived from 1634 to 1952. It was subdivided in 1636 and that portion located north of the harbor of Hampton Roads became known as Elizabeth City Shire, afterwards renamed Elizabeth City County. When the Englished arrived in 1607, the area was known as Kikotan after the native Indians. The shire and county were named for Elizabeth of Bohemia, daughter of King James I, sister of Princes Henry and Charles. The county seat is Hampton, established in 1680. In 1952, Elizabeth | City County merged with Hampton and is today the independent city of Hampton. The city also includes the former Town of Phoebus.

Images of Loose Wills 1700 to 1805 (Vols. 1, 2, 3) Images of Loose Wills 1700 to 1805 (Vols. 1, 2, 3) Adams, John Nelson | Allen, John | Allen, Phillip | Allen, William | Allin, Elenor | Armistead, Anthony | Armistead, Booth | Armistead, Catharine Armistead, Edward | Armistead, Elizabeth | Armistead, James Bray | Armistead, John | Armistead, Martha | Armistead, Moseley | Armistead, Robert | Armistead, Robert Sr. | Armistead, Samuel | Armistead, Starkey | Armistead, Wallace | Armistead, Westwood | Armistead, Westwood, Capt. | Armistead, Williams | Armistead, William | Avera, Charles | Avera, Hannah | Badget, William | Bagley, Sarah | | Baines, Henry Baker, James | Baker, John | Baker, Sarah | Ballard, Edward | Ballard, Francis | Ballard, James | Ballard, William | Baner, Richard | Banister, Joseph | Banks, John | Barber, Gray | Barron, Samuel | Bayley, Charles | Bayley, John Wallace | Bayley, Judith | Bayley, Nicholas | Bayley, Sarah | | Bayley, Thomas | Baylis, William | Bedingfield, Nathaniel | Belfont, Mary Jemima | Bell, Nathaniel Bennett, John | Berry, James | Betts, Thomas | Birdie, Elizabeth | Boorswell, Adam | Bows, John | Bowtack, Adam | Bright, Francis | Bright, Robert | Bright, Samuel | Brodie, Elizabeth | Brodie, John | Brodus, John | Brough, Mary | Brough, Robert | Brown, James | Brown, Mary | Brown, Sophie | Brown, William | Bryan, Benjamin | Bryant, Richard | Buckeloo, Catharine Van | Buthal, John | Carter, William | Cary, Miles | Casy, William | Chrisman, Mount Edward | Cole, Charles | Cook, Pennell | Cooper, John | Copeland, Mary | Copeland, William | Cornelius, James | Cotton, Job | Couper, Philip | Cowper, Anne | Creeke, William | Cross, John | Cross, Robert | Cunningham, James | Cunningham, Nathaniel | Cunningham, William | Curle, Andrew | Curle, Wilson | Curls, Samuel | Dames, John | Davison, David | Daws, John | Dembre, John | Dens, John | Dent, Laurence | Depenis, Anthony Benjamin | Dixon, Thomas | Elliott, Robert | Farr, William | Faulkner, Elizabeth | Field, John | Finnis, Joanna | Fraser, William | Gilbert, James | Goddin, William | Good, William | Goodson, Martin | Hall, Mark | Halliday, Edward | Ham, Benjamin | Hamilton, Alexander | Hanker, Mary Ann | Harris, Sarah | Need | Harvey, Jane | Haskins, James | Hawkins, Anthony Hawkins, John | Hawkins, Richard | Hawkins, William | Henden, Judy | Henderson, Arthur | Herbert, John | Herbert, Judith Herbert, Rosea Tyler | Heron, Thomas Sr. | Holland, John | Holland, William M. | Howard, John | Hunt, Phebe | Hunt, William | Hurst, Edward | Jegritts, Joseph | Jenkins, John | Jenings, Charles | Jenings, Thomas | Jones, Anna | Jones, Harris | Jones, Ledia | Jones, Samuel | Jones, Sarah | Kerby, Thomas | King, Charles | King, Henry | King, John Curle | King, Mary | King, Michael | King, Rebecca | King, Susanna | King, Thomas | Langston, William | Latimer, Ann | Latimer, Edward | Latimer, J. | Latimer, Mary | Latimer, Sarah | Latimer, William | Latman, George | Lawson, Barbara | Lewis, John | Lewis, Thomas | Lewis, William | Lowry, John | Mallory, Deana | Mallory, Edward | Mallory, Frances | Mallory, Mary | Maney, William | Manon, Peter | Manor, John | Marshall, William | Massenberg, Robert | McClung, William | McCrees, Matthew | McNamara, Florence | Meredith, Joseph | Meredith, Mary | Mingham, Anne | Mingham, Thomas | Minion, Francis | Minson, Banster | Minson, William | Mitchell, Ross | Mitchell, William | Mixon, George | Moore, Augustine | Moore, John | Moore, Merritt | More, Augustine Morison, Jean | Moore, Anne | Moore, Ann | Morches, William | Morris, Christopher | Morris, Sheppard Mossenburger, John | Nardham, Joseph | Nelson, John | Nilson, Hannah | Paflour, Charles | Page, John | Parish, Ann | Parish, Mary | Parsons, Jane | Parsons, John | Parsons, William | Peine, Elizabeth | Pence, William | Penne, Penuel | Pilats, William Allen | Pool, Francis | Poole, Alexander | Poole, Midelton | Poole, Samuel | Powell, Mary | Proby, Bartrand | Raylor, James | Reada, John | Reist, Thomas | Renal, Mary | Riddlehurst, Francis | Riddlehurst, James | Robertson, Henry Robertson, John | Robins, Nashney | Robinson, John | Robinson, Judith | Roe, Ann | Roe, Jane | Rogers, Thomasine | Rollin, Simon | Rombough, John Henry | Ross, Elizabeth | Ross, John | Ross, Johnson | Ross, Martha | Routon, Richard | Rudd, Edward | Russell, Sandefer | Sanders, Elizabeth | Sanders, Judy | Sandifer, Mathew | Sandifer, Peter | Sandifer, Robert | Sandifer, William | Sands, Penuel | Saunders, James | Selby, Edward | Selden, Mary | Selden, William | Sharpless, C. | Shaw, Chasten | Sheppard, Jean | Sheppard, John | Sherley, Richard | Silverthon, Thomas | Sisser, John | Skinner, Anne | Skinner, John | Skinner, Samuel | Skinner, Thomas | Smelt, Robert | Smith, Fanny | Smith, John | Smith, Mary | Smith, William | Solders, Rebecca | Sonels, Joseph | Stokes, Frazer | Stores, John | Sweny, Jane | Sweny, Martha | Sweny, Merritt | Tabb, John, Colonel | Tabb, John | Tabb, Johnson | Tabb, Mary | Table, Mary | Tarrant, Caesar | Tarrant, Carter Tarrant, Elizabeth | Tarrant, Mary | Thomas, George | Thompson, William | Thurmer, James | Tompkins, James | Tucker, Anthony Tucker, Robert | Tucker, Rosea | Wager, William | Wallace, Ann | Wallace, Deanna | Wallace, Martha | Wallace, Robert | Wallace, William C. | Watts, Jean | Watts, Samuel | Watts, Thomas | Webster, Thomas | Wellings, Elizabeth | Weshoon, Merrit | Westbrook, William | Weymore, John | Weymouth, John | Weymouth, Rebecca | Weymouth, William | Wheeler, Robert | Whitaker, Nathan | White, Isaac | White, John | Whiting, Easter | Williams, John | Williams, Mather | Willis, Robert | Wilson, Ann | Wilson, Hezekiah | Wilson, John | Wilson, Mary | Withington, Richard | Wood, John | Wood, Mary | Wray, George | Wray, Jacob Wythe, Thomas | Yancey, Achiles | Yancey, Nathan Yeo, George | Young, Gerard



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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Fluvanna Co. VA Genealogy Records #virginiapioneersnet

Fluvanna County Genealogy, Wills, Indexes to Probate Records


Fluvanna County, Virginia
Fluvanna County was once part of Henrico County, an original shires of the Virginia Colony which was divided in 1727 so that the Fluvanna County area became a part of Goochland County. In 1744 Goochland was divided and the area presently known as Fluvanna became a part of Albemarle County. Finally, in 1777, Albemarle County was divided and Fluvanna County established. Actually, the James River and the Rivanna Rivers run through the county. The Fluvanna River and was the name given to the James River which ran west of Columbia. Fluvanna means "Anne's Rive"" in honor of Anne, Queen of Great Britain. The county seat is Palmyra.

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  • Wills, Inventories, Estates 1777 to 1808
  • Wills, Inventories, Estates 1808 to 1823
Images of Wills, Inventories, Estates 1777 to 1808, Book 1
  • Adams, James | Allegree, Judith | Allen, Richard | Anderson, George | Ashlin, Christopher | Ashlin, John | Bailey, Thomas | Baler, Thomas Sr. | Barley, Thomas | Barnett, John | Barth, Thomas | Baskett, Thomas | Bentley, John | Berry, John | Bethell, Oliver | Bethell, Rebecca | Bice, F. | Bishan, Spencer | Bowers, Davis | Bradshaw, William | Brown, Philip | Bryant, John | Bugg, William | Cawtheon, Thomas | Chandler, Richard | Cheatham, Richard | Clarke, Jesse | Clarke, Thomas | Cocke, Richard | Creasey, Judy | Creasey, William | Crewdson, James | Dawson, Thomas | Dillon, Thomas | Duncan, George | England, John | England, William | Fitzpatrick, Joseph | Ford, John | Ford, Tandy | Forose, John | Foster, James | Fowler, Robert | Garrets, Henry | Garrett, William | Glass, William | Good, John | Grant, Alexander | Hall, Richard | Hackney, John | Haggard, James | Harlow, William | Haslip, William | Henry, William | Hinsley, William | Hughs, Anthony | Humphrey, Edmund | Kent, Thomas | King, Daniel | Knight, Isaac | Lambert, Joseph | Lane, Littlebury | Lightfoot, John | Lilly, Arminger | Lockman, G. | Loving, William | Lyon, James | Magruder, Mary | Martin, Elizabeth | Martin, James | May, John | McLauchlan, Duncan | Mellon, John | Milton, W. | Moon, Turner | Moore, John | Napier, Patrick | Oglesby, Shadrach | Pace, Jesse | Pace, John | Pasley, Mary | Payne, Robert | Perkins, Abram | Perkins, Richard | Perry, George | Perry, James | Peyton, John | Price, Alexander Pope | Priddy, William | Pullium, Sarah | Resley, Abraham | Richardson, Robert | Richardson, William | Roads, William | Rodes, George | Ross, James | Rowe, William | Sasler, William | Scott, Joseph | Seay, John | Shepherd, Augustus | Shepherd, John | Smith, John | Sneed, Archbill | Stephens, John | Stone, Francis | Stone, James | Stone, William | Strange, John | Sudderth, Manuel | Thompson, George | Thompson, Thomas | Tilman, Nathaniel | Timberlake, John | Venable, Ann | Venable, Hugh Lewis | Ware, John | Ware, Mary | White, William | Williamson, John | Wills, Elias | Wills, Willis | Wood, John | Woodson, Benjamin (1772) | Woodson, Benjamin (1805) | Woodson, Benjamin (1808)
Images of Wills, Estates, Inventories, Orphans, Guardians, Bonds 1808 to 1823, Book 2
  • Adams, John | Allegee, Daniel | Allen, Richard | Allen, Turner | Allison, James | Anderson, George | Appleberry, Absalom | Appleberry, Thomas | Appleberry, William | Barrett, William | Bashell, William | Baack, Jonathan | Baackburn, Royal | Bowles, Sarah | Boyd, Henry | Boyd, Thomas | Boyd, Mary, Mrs. | Bragg, John | Branson, Larkin | Brooks, William | Brown, Thomas | Bryan, Isaac | Bryant, William | Buice, Reuben | Carter, Abram | Cheatham, Richard | Clements, Benjamin | Cole, James | Dawson estate | Duncan, George and Ann | Fanner, Anna | Fitzgerald, Donald | Ford, Exum Tandy | Ford, Tandy | Gillespie, John | Goolsby, Isham | Guerrard, John | Hackney, Elizabeth | Haden, Joseph | Haden, Matthew | Haden, Sarah | Hardesty, Mary Ann | Hendley, Mary | Handley, William | Herndon, Joseph | Hill, Mary | Hogg, Jesse | Holland, Hezekiah | Holland, Mary | Holland, William | Hughes, Reuben | Humphrey, Edward | Humphrey, John | Johnson, Dilmus | Jones, David Sr. | Kent, John | Kidd, Jesse | Kidd, Samuel | King, Betridge | King, Joseph | Lambert, Joseph (bond) | Lane, Mary | Lewis, John Q. | Lilly, Arminger | Lilly, Elizabeth | Lilly, William | Loving, Randall | Manley, Thomas | Martin, Henry | Massey, John | Mayo, Mary Ann | Mayo, Richard | Mays, Jacob | McLeod, Duncan | McRae, Duncan | Mellon, John | Moon, Turner | Moore, William Sr. | Noelle, P. | Oliver, William | Pace, Mary Ann | Parrish, Booker S. | Patton, Oliver | Payne, William | Perkins, Abraham D. | Perkins, Richard | Perkins, Sarah | Pettis, John | Priddy, Littleberry | Rice, Matthew and Joanna | Richardson, Dudley | Richardson, John | Richardson, Samuel | Ross, Peter | Shepherd, Christopher | Shepherd, John | Snead, Elisha | Snead, John | Stewart, Danny | Stone, Caleb | Strange, John A. | Strange, John S. | Taylor, Henry | Thomas, Mordecai | Ware, Polly | Webb, Richard | Wills, John, Dr. | Wills, John M. | Winn, John | Wood, Polly | Woodie, John | Woodson, Benjamin | Woodson, Patrick | Woodson, Reni | Wren, William

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