Monday, July 6, 2015

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Fairfax County, Virginia Court House Records


Fairfax County Court HouseFairfax County was formed in 1742 from the northern part of Prince William County. It was named for Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron (16931781), proprietor of the Northern Neck. The oldest settlements in Fairfax County were located along the Potomac River. Some famous people settled in Fairfax County. George Washington built his home facing the Potomac, Mount Vernon Gunston Hall, the home of George Mason is located nearby. Modern Fort Belvoir is partly located on the estate of Belvoir Manor, built along the Potomac by William Fairfax in 1741. Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, the only member of the British nobility ever to reside in the colonies, lived at Belvoir before he moved to the Shenandoah Valley. In 1757, the northwestern two-thirds of Fairfax County became Loudoun County. In 1789, part of Fairfax County was ceded to the federal government to form Alexandria County of the District of Columbia. Alexandria County was returned to Virginia in 1846, reduced in size by the secession of the independent city of Alexandria in 1870, and renamed Arlington County in 1920. The Fairfax County town of Falls Church became an independent city in 1948. 

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

Wills
  1. Wills 1742-1749 (abstracted)
  2. Book A-1, 1742 to 1752 (full book)
Probate Records

Images of Fairfax County Wills and Estates, Book A-1, 1742 to 1752
Names of Testators: Arbuthnot, Thomas | Barrats, Thomas | Boash, James | Bond, George Alford | Bount, Thomas | Elroy, Thomas | Fairfax, William | Floyd, Ebenezer | Floyd, John | Guinorson, William | Gunter, William | Kirkland, Richard | Kirkand, Rubard | Littleton, John | McCarty, Davis | Osborn, Robert | Rogers, Elizabeth | Rogers, Richard | Warden, Robert | Williams, Howell | Williams, Thomas | Wilson, Lewis 

Images of Fairfax County Wills and Estates, Book B-1, 1752 to 1767
Names of Testators: Adams, Gabriel | Adams, John | Alexander, Garrard | Anbrey, George | Ansley, Thomas | Ashford, John | Ball, John | Barkley, Barbara | Barker, William | Bates, Edward | Basnet, Thomas | Benston, Thomas | Berkley, William | Boling, Joseph | Bozman, Mary | Bozman, Thomas | Brawner, Mary | Brewster, Thomas | Bronaugh, Elizabeth | Bronaugh, Simpha Rosa Ann Field | Bronaugh, Jeremiah | Brooks, Josiah | Brown, James | Brown, John | Butcher, H. | Canterbury, Samuel | Careford, Samuel | Cavener, John | Chapman, Nathaniel | Charlton, Andrew | Cheshire, John | Clapham, Josias | Colvill, John, Colonel | Colvill, John | Colvill, Thomas | Compton, John | Coomes, Catherine | Craig, David | Critcher, Jadirvin | Curry, Barnaby | Davis, Thomas | Debell, John | Dent, George | Donaldson, William | Dulin, Elizabeth | Duling, William |Earpe, Joshua |Evans, Thomas | Evens, John |Fairfax, William |Farguson, John |Fren, Henry | French, Daniel | Garrett,, Edward | Gladen, John | Gladin, Francis | Godfrey, William | Grady, Francis | Grantham, John | Green, Charles | Griffin, Ezekiel | Grimes, William | Gunnel, William | Gunston, John | Hadin, Ann | Hall, John | Halling,, John | Harle, John | Harle, William | Harrison, Thomas | Hawkins, John | Herriford, Jean | Hunter, John | Hurst, James | Irvine, Joseph | Jenkins, John | Jennings, Daniel | Johnston, George | Keen, James | Kent, Richard | Lavins, Joseph | Lewis, Thomas | Linton, Moses | Lloyd, Peter | Maddy, William | Maning, John | Mankin, Jonas | Martin, John | Martin, Nicholas | Masheron, Edward | Mason, Ann | Mason, Charles | Maysey, John | McCarty, Daniel | McCarty, Denis | McKensey, James | Mears, John | Miars, Jacob | Minor, John | Minor, Nicholas | Moseley, William | Moxley, Daniel | Moxley, Richard | Moxley, Thomas | Moxley, William | Nation, William | Neale, Christopher | Nelson, Sarah | Nicholas, George | North, Jeane | North, John | Osborn, Richard | Peake, William | Pearson, Samuel | Perouney, William | Philips, John | Piper, David | Prevton, Robert | Ragen, William | Ramsay, Anthony | Ranes, John | Robinson, Thomas | Rowling, Eliza | Russell, Anthony | Salkeld, Capt. Henry | Salkeld, Henry | Shore, Richard | Simpson, Richard | Simpson, Sarah | Smith, Jacob | Smith, Thomas | Solnot, Henry | Solomon, John | Spence, John | Sybley, John | Terrett, William Henry | Thomas, David | Thomas, William | Tinley, John | Tompson, Prichard | Town, Stephen | Trammell, John | Triplett, Francis | Turley, John | Washington, Lawrence West, Hugh | Wheeler, Rebecca | Wheeler, Richard | Wigginton, Roger | Wilkey, John | Williams, Ezekiel | Williamson, Henry | Williams, Thomas | Williams, William | Wrings, John | 

Images of Fairfax County Wills and Estates, Book C-1, 1767 to 1776
Names of Testators: Ashford, Elizabeth | Ball, John | Berkley, William | Boggess, Robert | Bowmaker, James | Bronough, William | Canterbury, Samuel | Carson, Thomas | Castillo, Bridget | Chew, Mercy | Clark, John | Clifton, Eli | Clifton, Elizabeth | Clifton, William | Colvill, Thomas | Cornish, Charles | Cornish, Elizabeth | Crosswaite, Anthony | Darrell, George | Davis, Edward | Dogon, John | Donaldson, James | Donaldson, William | Dowdall, Thomas | Empsel, Joseph | Ferguson, Joshua | French, Daniel | Frizell, William | Gossam, William | Grayson, Benjamin | Grimes, William | Hampton, Mary | Hollinghead, John | Hollis, John | Hollis, John | Hunter, George | Jennings, Daniel | Johnston, George | Johnson, Samuel | Johnston, Hannah | Johnston, Mary | Jones, Robert | Jordan, David | Kent, Benoni | Kent, Richard | King, James | Lackey, Richard | Lamphier, Venus | Layne, William | Lester, William | Lewis, Thomas Sr. | Linton, William | Mankin, Josias | Martin, George | Mason, French | McIntosh, John | Mills, Alexander | Minor, John | Moore, Henry | Moore, Mary | Moore, William | Neal, Daniel | Neale, Christopher | Osborn, Richard | Patterson, John | Prescott, John | Purley, Jane | Reagan, Michael | Rigdon, Edward | Robertson, James | Sanford, Robert | Scott, Thomas | Sebastian, Benjamin | Sebastian, Elizabeth | Sewell, William | Shaw, Jane | Shaw, William | Sheridan, James | Sheridan, John | Simons, Ann | Simpson, Gilbert | Simpson, Richard | Sines, Timothy | Smith, Margery | Thom, William | Thomas, Robert | Thompson, Joseph | Turley, James | Turley, Jane, Mrs. | Turley, Paul | Violet, Edward | Violet, Ewel | Wagoner, Peter | Washington, Lawrence | Watson, John | West, Hugh | Williams, John | Williams,, Owen | Wisheart, Henry | Wren, Thomas | Wright, Abraham | Young, Davis 

Miscellaneous Documents
  • Lucas, Thomas, LWT (1791) (Transcript)
  • Reagan, Michael, LWT (1750), image
  • Reagan, Michael, LWT (1773), image
  • Simpson, Gilbert, LWT (1773), image
Marriages
  • Fairfax County Presbyterian Church Marriages
Miscellaneous Wills
  • Cashat John
  • Lucas, Thomas
  • Reagan, Michael
  • Simpson, Gilbert
Indexes to Probate Records
  1. Will Book A-1, 1742 to 1752
  2. Will Book B-1, 1752 to 1767
  3. Will Book C-1, 1767 t 1776
Images of Deeds
  1. Deed Book A-1, 1742 to 1746
  2. Deed Book A-1, 1742 to 1746, Part II
  3. Index 1742 to 1746
  4. Index 1746 to 1750
Election Poll of 1744


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Saturday, July 4, 2015

King William Co. Deeds 1800 to 1822 (restored from a fire). Actual images.

King William County, Virginia Court House Records


King William County Court House

King William County, Virginia was created in 1702 from King and Queen County, Virginia and was named after William of Orange, King of England. The court house was built in 1725 and is the oldest court house in continuous use in the United States. The county seat is King William, which includes the metropolitan area of Richmond, Virginia. There was a court house fire in 1880 which apparently destroyed most of the probate records. The only surviving records found are four books of deeds, Nos. 5 through 8. The burnt portions of the pages were cut away and microfilmed. The deeds begin in 1800 and are published to this website.

King William County Probate Records available to members of Virginia Pioneers

Miscellaneous wills, estates
  • Dabney, George, LWT, transcript
  • Garlick, Samuel, LWT (Transcript)
Tax Records found with Deeds
  • Tax Digiest 1796 to 1812
  • Those who paid taxes in 1815
Images of King William County Deeds, Book 5, 1806 to 1810

Abraham, Mordecai (bond) | Bagwell, Hickerson | Bagwell, John | Bartholomow to Mill | Bernard, Johnson | Blackwell, Robert | Blackwell, Thomas to Martha Blackwell | Bowles, Thomas to Thomas Smith | Burke, William | Courtney to Lipscomb | Dabney, William to Thomas Elliott | Dandridge, William | Day, Nathaniel | Elliott, Temple, et al | Elliott, Temple, Joseph Hillyard, et al | Evans, Thomas to William Gregory | Fairfax, Thomas | Foster, Blackwell | Fox, Barley | Fox, John and Henry Timberlake | Fox, John to Thomas Redd | Fox, John to William Samuel | Garlick, Samuel | Garlick, Samuel to Robert Hill | Gregory, William, et al | Gwaltney, Richard to Richard Patterson | Gwaltney, Richard and Charlotte | Gwathney, Templeton | Hill, John | Isbell, George | Johnson, Richard and Ann Barber | Johnson, Thomas | Killgard, James | King, John and Polly | King, John and Reuben Dugar | King, John and Polly | Lambeth, Francis | Langhorne, William | Lipscomb | Lipscomb to Lipscomb | Lipscomb, Ambrose | Lipscomb, Madison (bond) | Lipscomb, Samuel | Littlepage, Hardin to Montague Williams | Littlepage, James | Madison, Ambrose | Madison, George to Polly Madison | Madison to Chamberlayne | Madison, Pamela | Mill, John to Eliza Camp | Mitchell, Grany | Mitchell, John | Moore, Thomas | Neale, James to William Newman | Newman, Catharine | Newman, William | Oliver, Benjamin Jr. (bond) | Pemberton, William to James Edwards | Pemberton, Wilson | Quarles, Francis | Quarles, Francis West | Quarles, Isaac | Redd, Robert | Redd, Thomas | Reynolds, John to Thomas Baker | Reynolds, Nathaniel to Thomas Bryant | Roane, John, Hardin Littlepage, et al | Roane, John (bond) | Slaughter, James to Robert Blackwell | Smith, James and Thomas Smith | Taylor, Richard Squire | Thomas, James | Tompkins, Christopher to Templeton Elliott | Watkins, Susannah and William | White, William to Thomas Chamberlayne | Williams, James to Reuben Dugas | Winfrey, Mary | Wyatt, William to John and Robert Pollard | Wyatt, William to Reuben Atkins

Images of Deeds, Book 6, 1811 to 1816 (Grantees): this book survived the court house fire of 1880 and the burnt edges of the pages removed Abrahams, Mordecai | Armstrong, Dudley | Avera , Thomas | Bird , John | Bradberry , John | Brand, Oliver | Browne, Andrew | Burke , William | Burnett , William | Burruss, Samuel | Burwell, Robert | Butler , John | Butler, William and Martha | Chamberlayne, W. D. | Cotterell , William | Crump, Fielding | Dabney, George | Dugar, Francis | Dyson, Manor | Dugar, Muntilyon | Edwards , Thomas | Elliott, Daniel | Elliott, Temple and Robert Hill | Elliott, Thomas and Priscilla | Elliott , William | Evans, Thomas R. | Figg, Benjamin | Fitzhugh, Philip | Foster, John B. | Fox, Nathaniel and Pondall Gregory | Frazer, Alexander | Garnett , John | Garnett, John and Lockey | Gregory , William | Gwathmey, Richard | Gwathmey, Temple | Hewett, Jane | Hill, Richard | Hill, Robert | Hillyard, Nathaniel | Johnson, Philip | Keneday, Alexander | Lewis , John | Lipscomb, Bernard | Lipscomb, Madison and John Quarles | Lipscomb, Yancy and Elizabeth | Lipscomb, Yancy | Littlepage, Edmund | Madison, Reuben | Mitchell, Fleming | Mitchell, Gracey to Wasey | Page, Charles Carter | Pegg, Charles | Quarles, Isaac and George W. Smith | Quarles, Francis, executor of John Quarles | Quarles , John | Robinson, Judith | Roper, Charles | Ruffin , John | Satterwhite, , Thomas | Slaughter, George | Smith, George W. | Spiller, Catharine | Taliaferro , John | Taliaferro, Walker | Talley, Billy | Tanner, Robert | Taylor , John | Temple , William | Terry, Polly | Terry, Stephen | Toler, George | Tompkins, Christopher | Tompkins, Christopher and George Smith | Tuck, Bennett | Wade, Andrew | White, Richard | Winn, Seaton | Wormesley, Eleanor | Wormsley, Walker | Wormsley, Warner

Images of Deeds, Book 7, 1816 to 1819 (Grantees): this book survived the court house fire of 1880 and the burnt edges of the pages removed

Abraham, Mordecai Jr. | Alexander, John and Elizabeth | Avera, Ann | Braxton, Carter | Burke, Elizabeth | Burriss, Jacob, estate | Burriss, William T. | Catlett, Benjamin | Claiborne, Herbert | Claiborne, William P. | Cobbitt, Henry | Cook, George | Dabney, Thomas, trustee of John M. Taliaferro | Dugar, James, deceased | Dugar, Mary | Edmonds , John | Fox, Bailey and Sarah | Fox, Thomas R. | Fox, Thomas and John Lumpkin | Garnett , Thomas | Gregory, Thomas W. | Hay, Gibson | Hill, John and Baylor | Howard, James | Jones , Thomas | Jones, William and Jeremiah Fox | King, John and Mary | King, Robert and Daniel Elliott | Knighton , Thomas | Lipscomb, Martin and Ann | Lipscomb, Theodrick | Madison, Elizabeth | McNabb , John | Minor, Garrit | Nelson, Elizabeth | Paterwood, Joseph | Pemberton, Wilson | Quarles, J. | Reins, Richard | Riddock, Jane | Robinson, Beverley | Robinson, B. | Rowe, Joseph | Samuel, Henry | Taliaferro, Walker | Thornton, Elizabeth | Timberlake, Richard G. C. | Tompkins, Christpher Sr. | Winn, Curtis | Wooddy , John

Images of Deeds, Book 8, 1818 to 1822 (Grantees): this book survived the court house fire of 1880 and the burnt edges of the pages removed

Braxton, Carter M. | Burch, William | Burke, Edward | Chamberlayne, Lewis | Chamberlayne, Thomas D. and Lodowick Slaughter | Drewry, Robert | Finch, William | Fox, James | Landrum, James and Elizabeth | Lipscomb, Daniel | Mallen, Richard McNabb, John | Mill, Baylor | Newman, Robert | Paine, William | Pollard, a plat | Roane, Newman | Slaughter, Roger | Spiller, Catharine | Spiller, William and Robert Pollard | Stark, Thomas and Isabella | Wicker, Francis







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Friday, July 3, 2015

Over 300 Traced Virginia Ancestors!

Sir Francis Bacon

Descendants of Sir Francis Bacon came to Virginia

Index of Traced Families and Genealogies available on Virginia Pioneers

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P-Q | | R | S | T | U| V | W | XYZ |

ANCIENT FAMILIES FROM THE BRITISH ISLES TO VIRGINIA (traced from English Records)
  1. Burwell of England and York County, Virginia
  2. Cocke of Shropshire
  3. Chiefs Colquhoun of Scotland
  4. Hardy of London and Isle of Wight County, Virginia
  5. Molyneux/Mullenax of Lancastershire
  6. Nicholson of Suffolk
  7. Stokes. 1312-1903.
  8. Yuille (Yowell) of Dumbarton, Scotland

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

#VA Genealogy. Find your Ancestors in Northampton County

Northampton County, Virginia Court House Records


Northampton County Court House Northampton County probably was created in 1694 and was first called Accawmack. The name was changed by legislative action in 1643. As early as 1648, the terms of the county court of Northampton were held in two places. Six years afterwards, the justices adopted a resolution that they would meet on the 28th day of each month in Mr. Walter Williams' residence, which was situated near Hungars Creek. The erection of a permanent court-house was taken into consideration in the year of 1664, and "ye towne fields betwixt ye Ware Creek and ye Maine Creek" was chosen as the most appropriate site. Six years later, an Act of Assembly having authorized the voters of the county to choose a site for a new court-house, the freeholders and householders, who alone enjoyed the suffrage, were summoned by the justices to meet at the old court-house, on an appointed day, to declare their preference. Source: Northumberland County Records, vol. 1652-66, p. 188. Join our blog, Virginia Historical Tidbits

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

Marriages
  • Marriages to 1699
Digital Images of Wills 1640-1645
  • Burdett, Francis
  • Burdett, William
  • Chapman, Phillip
  • Drieu, Julia Ann
  • Holloway, John
  • Neale, John
  • Newton, Robert
  • Travellor, George
  • Walburn, John
Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to Orders, Wills, Inventories, 1640 to 1645 (colonial-style handwriting)
  • Index to Orders, Wills, Inventories, 1645 to 1651 (colonial-style handwriting)
Miscellaneous Wills and Estates
  • Dixon, Benjamin, Inventory dated 1772
  • Dixon, John, LWT dated 1764
  • Dixon, John, 1799 Inventory
  • Dixon, John, LWT dated 1764. Includes Accounts of Mary, Sarah and Thomas Dixon, children of John, deceased.
  • Dixon, John, LWT dated 1774
  • Dixon, Tilney, LWT dated 1764, Book 23, p. 172
  • Dixon, Tilney, Inventory dated 1764
  • Dixon, Tilney, Estate and Inventory dated 1764
  • Dixon, Tilney, LWT dated 1770; appraisement
  • Dixon, Tilney, Estate dated 1776
  • Dixon, William, Estate Returns, Inventory, etc. dated 1772
  • Dunton, Sophia, 1778 Estate
  • Evans, Esther, appraisement 1778, Book 23, p. 194
  • Johnson, Powell, Estate (1774)
  • Wilkins, Sarah, Estate 1777



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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Images of Augusta Co., VA Wills and Estates

Augusta County, Virginia Wills and Estates


Staunton, VirginiaStaunton, VirginiaStaunton, VirginiaThe county seat is Staunton, Virginia. Augusta County was formed in 1738 from Orange County; it was named after the Princess of Wales, Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha), mother of King George III of the United Kingdom. Originally, Augusta County was a vast territory with an indefinite western boundary and this explains why the genealogist locates a vast supply of records in this early county and why research should include that the States of West Virginia and Kentucky were taken from it. Some of the earliest settlers were: Jean Bohanan (from France), John Bumgarner, William Cowden, Robert Crockett and Peter Cotner. 

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

Digital Images of Augusta County Wills 1745 to 1753
Testators: Ahres, Simon; Anderson, Isaac ;Baxter, Andrew ;Bell, James ;Bohanan, Jean ;Boyd, Andrew; Brock, Rudal ;Bumgarner, John ;Campbell, Gilbert ;Clendening, Archibald ;Cook, Patrick Cotner, Peter Cowden, William ;Crocket, Robert ;Crockett, Samuel; Cumberland, John ;Davison, Robert ;Denniston, Daniel ;Dobikin, John; Fulton, James ;Galaghar, Charles ;Gibson, Daniel ;Goldman, Jacob ;Griffie, Mathusalem; Hays, John ;Hill, William ;Hodge, Elizabeth ;James, William ;Jamison, William;Johnson, John; King, Robert; Kirkham, Robert ;Lusk, Nathan ;Magill, William ;McKay, Robert Sr. ;McCleary, Alexander ;Moore, Andrew ;Moore, David ;Noble, John;Patterson, John ;Reese, Thomas ;Robison, James ;Rothgab, John Jacob ;Ruddle, John Jr. ;Rutledge, John; Scott, James ;Sayers, Robert ;Scott, Samuel ;Sharp, Mathew ;Thorn, Henry ;Thompson, Mathew ;Wiley, John ;Woodley, John
Index to Probate Records
  • Index to Wills, Deeds, Inventories 1745 to 1753
Miscellaneous Wills and Estates 
  • Askew, Thomas (1815)
  • Burkett, Nathaniel (1813)
  • Lyle, John (1758)
  • Macky, John (1773)
  • Millsaps, Thomas (1759)
  • Piper, Daniel (1823)
  • Rankin, Richard (1796)
  • Runkle, Samuel (1802)
Tax Records
  • Property Books 1782 to 1787
  • Property Books 1820 to 1827
  • Property Books 1836-1860
  • Property Books 1876-1879
  • Property Books 1881 to 1900
  • Property Books (Staunton) 1802, 1804-1807



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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

See how Easy it is to view Virginia Wills and Estates !


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Images of Arlington Co. VA Wills and Estates

Arlington County Wills and Estates



Arlington County, Virginia title=Arlington County, Virginia title=Arlington County, Virginia title=Arlington County was originally part of Fairfax County . One of the original land grants was awarded to Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron . The name of Arlington comes from Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington whose name had been applied to a plantation along the Potomac River which was acquired (in 1802) by George Washington Parke Custis, grandson of First Lady Martha Washington. The estate was eventually passed down to Mary Anna Custis Lee, wife of General Robert E. Lee became Arlington National Cemetery during the War Between the States when the U. S. Government confiscated the property of Robert E. Lee. The Commonwealth of Virginia passed the land to the United States Government with the Residence Act of 1790, approving a new capital city to be located on the Potomac River. The site was selected by President George Washington. 

Arlington County Probate Records available to members ofVirginia Pioneers 

Indexes to Wills and Estates
    Wills 1800 to 1954 : A-E | F-L | Lee-Rankin | Ross-Z
  • Will Book 9, 1868 to 1878

Images of Wills and Estates, Book 9, 1858 to 1878 

Bacon, Ebenezer | Baggott, John | Ball, Horatio | Bartlett, John | Birch, William | Blow, William D. | Boothe, William J. | Boston, Richard C. | Bowden, Alexander | Brooks, John | Buckingham, William 

Carlin, Moseley | Callendar, Margaret | Cartwright, Rachael | Cavenove, Louis | Chapman, George | Close, James T. | Close, S. J. | Constable, Mary | Cook, Henry | Corkett, Virgil | Crocker, F. P. | Crocker, S. W. | Cross, R. Y. | Cross, Sarah W. 

Daingerfield, Reverly Johnson | Daingerfield, Henry | Dorsey, H. Carter 

Fawcett, Joseph | Febrey, Nicholas | Fineacy, James | Flann, orphans | Fowle, Eliza F. | Fowle, William H. 

Gardner, Eliza | Green, Mary | Gregory, Charles | Griffith, Sally W. | Grigg, Joseph | Grimes, Frank E. | Grimes, Thomas E. 

Hagan, John C. | Hamilton, Nannie | Harrison, Robert | Hart, Frederick William | Haus, J. M. | Herbert, Betsy | Herbert, Betsy and Kitty | Hilton, James | Hooe, Daniel F. | Hunter, Alexander 

Jamieson, Maria | Janney, Phineas | Johnson, Charles F. M. | Johnson, John T. 

Lackey, Lula | Leadbeater, Mary | Lewis, John A. | Lloyd, Frederick | Lloyd, John J. | Lloyd, Richard 

Manderville, Mary | Massie, Mary | McEwen, Thomas | Millburn, Benedict | Milburn, orphans | Millburn, orphans | Mills, William | Moore, Julius 

Pearce, Allan | Peverill, George | Phillips, James B. | Presstman, Stephen Wilson 

Quisenberry, Edith | Quisenbury, William 

Ramsay, Eliza | Reid, James H. | Richards, William B. | Rigg, Townly | Roberts, Edward | Rotchford, Philip | Russell, Moses 

Sackey, Seila | Samour, John W. | Smith, Alfred A. | Smith, Hugh C. | Smith, Robert | Smoot, Charles C. | Smoot, George H. | Southern, Richard | Stone, Charles S. | Swann, Mary M. 

Thornton, William 

Westman, Frank F. | Wheat, Robert W. | Whiting, Louisa | Whittesay, S. | Wibirt, Isaac | Willis, Michael | Wood, John | Wrenn, Philip 

Young, Cornelius 

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