Thursday, May 28, 2015

#VA Genealogy. Culpeper County Wills and Estates 1749 to 1783

Culpeper County, Virginia Court House Records


Culpeper County Court HouseCulpeper County was established in 1749 from Orange County. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, it was named after Thomas Culpeper. During May 1749, the first Culpeper Court convened in the home of Robert Coleman, not far from where the Town of Culpeper is presently located. In July 1749, George Washington, a young man of only seventeen years, was commissioned as the first County surveyor. One of his first duties was to lay out the County's courthouse complex, which included the courthouse, jail, stocks, gallows and accessory buildings. By 1752 the complex stood at what is presently the northeast corner of Davis and Main Streets. The courthouse village was named the Town of Fairfax after Thomas, Sixth Baron Fairfax. 

Culpeper County Records available to members ofVirginia Pioneers

Digital Images of Wills 1749 to 1770 
Testators: Abbott, Roger; Abbott, William ; Allen, James; Ball, Samuel ;Blankencocker, Matthias; Bledsoe, William ;Bond, John; Brail, Jacob ;Brooke, Humphrey ;Brown, Thomas ;Browning, Francis ;Burk, Thomas ;Burdyne, Richard ; Butler, John Sr.; Camp, Ambrose; Clore, Peter ;Cole, John ; Cole, Susannah ;Connor, Margaret ;Covington, Robert ;Crone, Margaret ;Doggett, George ;Finney, James ;Floyd, John ;Garr, Larance ;George, Elmore ;Gillison, James ;Gore, John ;Gosney, William ;Gubbard, Ann Mary ;Hansford, Sallie;Hansford, William; Harrensperger, John; Harris, David ;Harrison, Thomas; Haynie, Anthony ;Henderson, William ;Huffman, Henry ;Humphrey, John; Jacoby, John Daniel ;Johnston, Peter ;Johnston, William ;Johnston, William (2) ;Kaffer, Michael ;Kavannaugh, Philemon ; Kelly, William ;Kennerly, Elin ;Kenorly, Samuel ;Kirtley, Francis; Lines, Robert ;Major, Constance ;Marksberry, John ; McMurran, David ;Medley, John ;Medley, Robert ;Medgar, W. S.; Menefee, John ;Mercy, Edward ;Outz, George ;Oxford, Roger ; Pannell, William ;Pendleton, Elizabeth ;Pendleton, James; Phillips, Daniel ;Powell, Benjamin ;Price, Kalem ;Putman, Zachariah ;Quinn, Darby ;Read, John ;Rogers, Joseph ;Rucker, Cornelius ;Rucker, Thomas ;Russell, Sarah ;Russell, William ; Salmon, Thomas ;Scott, Anthony ;Sertain, John ;Sims, Jeremiah ; Sims, William ;Slaughter, Francis ;Slaughter, Robert ;Sloan, James ;Smith, John Michael ;Smither, Thomas; Sneider, John ; Stonecypher, John ;Stoop, Philip; Strother, Francis; Strother, George; Stubblefield, Edward ;Stubblefield, Thomas ; Thompson, George ;Towles, Stokley ;Turman, Robert; Vawter, John ; Vawter, Margaret; Ward, William ;Watts, Thomas; Wetherall, John; Wever, Peter; Wharton, John; Wilder, James; Wilhoite, Tobias; Willhert, Adam; Wright, John; Ziglar, Leonard
Digital Images of Wills 1770 to 1783 
Testators: Abbott, Ann; Adams, Robert;Allen, William;Ballenger, Edward ; Barbour, James ;Berry, John; Blackwell, Joseph; Blakey, John; Blankenbecker, Barthasar; Blankenbecker, Christopher ;Blunt, Charles; Bohannon, Elliott; Botfield, Joseph; Brown, George ; Brown, John ;Bryant, Mark ;Bryant, Thomas; Bumgarner, Joel; Bush, Edward;Butler, Walter; Campbell, John; Catlett, Lawrence; Child, William; Christler, Theobolt; Clinch, Jacob; Collings, James; Conner, Philemon; Courts, William; Crosswait, William; Crutcher, Hugh; Dannoto, Alexander; Davis, David ;Deatherage, Robert ;Deer, John; Dicken, Christopher; Duncan, William; Edgar, Susannah; Fargeson, Samuel; Field, Abraham; Field, Henry ; Field, John; Fishback, Frederick; Fisher, Lewis; Fletcher, Francis;Foshee, John; Gaines, Humphrey; Gaines, William; Gamer, Francis; Gibbs, Zachariah ;Golding, William; Graves, James ; Green, William ;Greenless, William ;Griffin, Thomas ;Habler, Conwright ;Hackley, Judith ;Hanes, Ezekiel; Haynes, Jasper; Hening, Samuel ;Henning, Samuel ;Hill, Betty; Hoofman, John ; Hurt, James; James, Gabriel ;Jett, John; Kilby, John; Kirtley, Margaret; Lear, James ;Lightfoot, Goodrich; Long, Bromfill; Mallory, William; Marsh, John; Marshall, Elizabeth; McKenny, John; McQueen, Alexander; Menefee, Jonas; Mershall, William; Minor, Joseph; Mitchell, Cornelius;Mitchell, Jacob; Morgan, Charles; Murry, James; Nalle, John; Neale, Charles; Newman, James; Norman, Courtney; O'Ryan, John; Oxford, Thomas; Payton, Thomas; Peyton, John; Peyton, William;Pilcher, John; Pinor, Thomas; Pollard, Richard;Pratt, Jonathan; Prichard, Jane; Prichett, William; Quinn, Thomas; Roberts, Benjamin;Roberts, George; Robinson, William; Roebuck, William; Rogers, Barnard; Rucker, Esther; Russell, Michael; Sampson, John; Scott, Ambrose; Scotwood, John; Sears, John; Sharman, Robert; Ship, Richard; Simpson, John; Sims, William Sr.; Smith, John; Sparks, William; Strother, Francis ;Stubblefield, James; Taylor, Benjamin; Thompson, John; Thornhill, Bryant; Thornhill, Joseph; Towles, Joseph; Triplett, Hannah; Triplet, Thomas; Tull, Richard; Tureman, Ignatius; Turner, John; Underwood, Lot; Underwood, William; Walker, Edward;Walker, John; Ward, Margaret; Washbour, John; Watts, Joel; Wayland, Adam; Williams, John; Williams, William; Witherall, George; Wood, Samuel; Yager, Nicholas; Young, Richard; Ziglar, Leonard; Zimmerman, Christopher
Tax Digests 

1782 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1783 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1784 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1785 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1786 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1787 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1788 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1789 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1790 Culpeper County Tax Digest
1791 Culpeper County Tax Digest 


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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Brunswick Co. VA Genealogy: Marriages, Wills and Estates (images)

Brunswick County, Virginia Court House Records


Brunswick Court HouseBrunswick County was created in 1720 and was named after the House of Brunswick which had assumed the throne of England in 1714. The first settlement was Fort Christanna and the county seat today is Lawrenceville, Virginia. Some of the earliest settlers were Joseph Dunman, James Lunday, William Lucas, Francis Parham, Charles Ross, Richard Massey and Matthew Marshall. 

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

Marriages
  • Marriages 1750 to 1861
Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to Wills and Debentures, 1739-1750
  • Index to Wills, Inventories, Accounts, 1751-1769
  • Index to Wills, 1783-1785
Miscellaneous Wills, Estates
  • Adams, William, orphans of, Order Book 12
  • Allen, Anne, LWT (unrecorded)
  • Brumbelow, Francis, LWT
  • Hicks, James, Order Book 12
  • Hurst, Judith, Order Book 12
  • Johnson, William, Order Book 12
  • Jones, William, Order Book 12
  • Leftwich, Thomas (1784)
  • Love, Hugh (1780)
  • Martin, William, Order Book 12
  • McFarlane, Benjamin (1784)
  • Miller, John Michael (1784)
  • Mize, Edith, Order Book 12
  • Moon, Jacob (1784)
  • Moore, William vs. John Ingram, Order Book 12
  • Parker, Thomas (1784)
  • Parten, Lucy, LWT
  • Patey, Salley, bastard children of (1784)
  • Ray, Benjamin, son of Edith Mize, Order Book 12
  • Thompson, Frederick, orphan of Joanna Thompson, Order Book 12
  • Trigg, William and John (1784)
  • Turner to Turner, Gift Deed
  • Vinson, Thomas, Order Book 12
  • Walker, Amos, William and Joseph, sons of Rebecca, Order Book 12
  • Digital Images of Wills, 1739 to 1750
    Testators: George Brewer; John Brockwell; Abraham Burton; John Chapman; John Clemons; John Cooke; Edmund Denton; Joseph Denman; Graves Eaves; Newman Harper; Francis Harris; Elizabeth Hicks (2); Robert Hicks; Robert Hill; John Huggins; William Huggiins; John Humphris; Ambrose Jackson; John Jackson; Ralph Jackson; William Jackson; Sampson Lanier; Thomas Lanier; William Lucas (3); James Lunday; Mary Maclin; Matthew Marshall; Richard Massey; John Mitchell; John Nipper; Francis Parham; Charles Ross; Bartholomew Rovardes; Thomas Stroud; Edward Tatum; James Turner; Richard Wood; Abraham Phenix; Abrauahm Vaughan; B urrell Brown; David Cummins;Eleanor DeLoach; Frances Wyche; Joseph Park; Miachel Wall; Richard Ransom; Richard Smith; Richard Vaughan; Robert Christie; Robert Cooke; Sarah Clanton and William DeLoach.
  • Digital Images of Wills 1751-1761 
    Testators: Adams, William; Balley, Waters; Bennit, James;Bettle, John;Betty, John;Brewer, George; Brook, John;Cassell, Thomas;Clack, James;Clack, Sterling; Clarke, Nathaniel;Clarke, Samuel;Collier, William;Collins, Thomas;Craft, Thomas;Croker, John;Davis, John;Denton, Edward; Denton, Sarah;Denton, William;Dickerson, Metcalf;Elzey, John; Evans, Charles;Evans, Elizabeth;Evans, John; Farrington, John; Hammond, William;Harwell, Thomas;Hayes, Charles;Hensley, Joseph; Hicks, James;Hynds, Robert; Ingram, John; Jackson, Daniel; Jackson, Thomas Sr.;Johnson, William;Jordan, James;King, Charles Sr.;Leashley, William;Ledbetter, Henry;Lee, William;Lightfoot, John;Lipsey, William;Lucas, David;Mabry, Hinchia Jr.;Maclin, William;McKnight, William;Mitchell, Thomas;Moore, John; Nipper, Anne;Parrish, James;Powell, Thomas;Powell, William; Procter, Robert;Randall, John;Scoggan, William;Smith, Ambrus; Snapsing, Joseph;Stuart, Charles;Thomas, Thomas;Tomlinson, William;Tooke, John;Wall, John;Wall, John (2);Wallace, Susanna; Ward, John;Whittington, Mary;Whittington, William; Williams, Thomas; Wyche, Peter; Wyse, William
  • Digital Images of Wills, 1764-1769
    Baker, Robert;Blayton, Elizabeth;Britt, Henry;Bruce, James; Cato, Burwell;Denton, Elizabeth;Dowsing, William;Durham, George; Ezell, William;Francis, William;Gordon, Charles;Gordon, John; Harwell, John;Howard, John;Jones, Charles; Lambert, Hugh; Lindsey, William;Maclin, James;Nevison, John;Oliver, John; Oliver, Lucy;Peterson, John;Seabon, Liswell;Seward, Benjamin; Short, William Sr.;Simmons, Henry;Simmons, Peter; Smith, Christopher; Spicer, James;Stewart, James;Upchurch, James; Walker, Freeman;Walton, George;Williamson, Exum; Willis, John; Willis, Mildred

  • Digital Images of Wills, 1783-1785
    Testators: Charles Oldham, Edward Taylor, Henry Chambles, James Fisher, James Hobbs, James Howeston, James Upchurch, John Dobbins, Joseph Hambleton, Joseph Wilks, Lewis Charles, Moses Inagram, Richard Ramsey, William Holloday. 

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    Tuesday, May 26, 2015

    Northampton Co. VA Wills, Estates

    Northampton County, Virginia Court House Records


    Northampton County Court HouseNorthampton 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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    Monday, May 25, 2015

    Lunenburg Co. VA Wills, Estates, Marriages

    Lunenburg County Probate Records


    Lunenburg County Court HouseLunenburg CountyLunenburg County was established on May 1, 1746 from Brunswick County and was is named for the former Duchy of Brunswick-Lunenburg in Germany, because one of the titles also carried by Britain's Hanoverian kings was Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg. A familiar reference to genealogists is "The Old Free State" and this is because as the War Between the States was approaching reality, Lunenburg County informed the Commonwealth of Virginia that it would break off and join North Carolina if they did not join The Confederacy. Some of the first settlers were: Ziner Gregory, William Taylor, William Ragsdale, William Johnson, William Hood Jr., William Ambrose, Edmund Bacon, George Hatchell, George Clarke, Henry Gill, Green Smithson, Henry Freeman, Edward Jordan, Archibald Hatchell, Bass Fowlke, Baxter Jordan and James Hazlewood.

    Lunenburg County Records available to members ofVirginia Pioneers

    Digital Images of Wills 1810-1818
    Testators: Bagley, Anderson; Barnett, Joel ;Betts, Barbara ;Betts, Riston ;Bohanon, Joseph ;Brown, Robert ;Burnett, Jeremiah ;Cameron, John ;Crafton, Thomas; Edwards, Elzabeth ;Erskins, Alexander ;Gardner, John ;Gee, Benjamin ;Gee, Mary ;Gordon, Elizabeth ;Hazlewood, Daniel Sr. ;Hightower, Nelson ;Jeter, Armstead ;Jones, Peter Sr. ;Jones, Thomas ;Jones, Thomas(2) ;Jordan, Thomas ;Lambert, Jeremiah ;Ragsdale, John ;Saffon, Matthew ;Slaughter, John ;Stone, Richard Sr. ;Tatum, William ;Tomlinson, Benjamin ;Wilkes, Minor ;Williams, William
    Digital Images of Wills 1818-1826 
    Testators:Abernathy, William; Andrews, George ;Ambrose, William;Bacon, Edmund ;Billups, John ;Blackwell, Robert ;Blackwell, Thomas ;Boswell, John ;Branch, Jones ;Brown, Stephen ;Brown, Thomas H. Burnett, Joel;Cabaniss, Sterling; Carter, Mary Ann; Chambers, Thomas;Chappell, Robert; Clarke, George;Clay, Olive; Craghead, Mildred; Dunn, Billington; Ellis, Thomas; Fowlke, Bass ;Fowlkes, Jennings; Freeman, Henry; Freeman, Thrower ;Gee, Jesse Sr.; Gee, Nowel; Gill, Henry; Gregory, Ziner; Hamlett, Jesse ;Hatchell, Archibald;Hatchell, George;Hatchell, Phebe;Hatchell, William; Hazlewood, James;Herring, Stephen ; Hood, William Jr.; Jackson, Elizabeth;Jefferson, Martha;Jeffriess, Thomas ;Johnson, William; Jordan, Baxter ; Jordan, Edward ;Jordan, Susanna; Knott, Robert; Leonard, William; Lightfoot, Elmira;Masters, Rebecca; Parrott, William ;Phillips, Robert;Potts, Nathan ;Ragsdale, William;Ryland,Thomas;Shellbourne, James;Smith, Elizabeth; Smith, Joseph M.;Smith, Robert;Smithson, Green;Taylor, William; Vaughn, David ;Wilkinson, John;Williams, Agness;Winn, Francis; Winn, John; Winn, John Sr.; Winn, Ossamus;Winn, Priscilla; Winn, Sarah

    Marriages

    Lunenburg County Marriages 1819 to 1825 found in Will Book 1818-1826

    Indexes to Probate Records
    • Index to Wills and Estates 1810-1818
    • Index to Wills and Estates 1818-1826

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    Sunday, May 24, 2015

    #VA Genealogy. Isle of Wight Co. Wills and Estates

    Isle of Wight County, Virginia Court House Records


    Smithfield, Virginiaold court housePictured is Smithfield, Virginia and the old Isle of Wight County court house. History: In 1662, the site of Patesfield was selected for a new town. As an inducement to build on these sites, a lot, half an acre in extent, was granted in fee simple to any one on condition of erecting a residence and store on it, this conveyance being subject to the additional condition that the beneficiary should pay one hundred pounds to the county. In 1698, Robert Scot willed the whole amount of the sums due him by different persons, in the form of tobacco or coin, to indigent persons in Isle of Wight County. The only persons allowed to furnish friendly Indians with match-coats, hoes and axes were such as had been nominated by the county courts and the right of absolute free trade was granted to the Indian population on the Eastern Shore. As a result, certain places were appointed as public marts, to which the Indians who were at peace with the white were invited to come at a specified time. These marts were situated in Henrico, Isle of Wight, New Kent, Rappahannock, Lancaster, Stafford, Accomack and Northampton Counties. 

    Sources: Records of Lower Norfolk County (1695-1703), page 123; Hening's Statues, vol. II, pp. 337, 350, 351, 403; Virginia in the Seventeenth Century, Vol. II, by Philip Alexander Bruce. 

    Marriages
    • Marriages (found in Gates County, North Carolina Marriages
    Transcripts and Abstracts of Wills and Estates

    Bennett, Robert (1603 LWT)
    Brantley, Edward (1739 estate)
    Clark, Humphrey (1656), LWT 
    Cobbs, Joseph (1653), LWT 
    Cooper, Justinian, LWT 
    Dunster, Robert (1656), LWT 
    Gent, John (1728)
    Hardy, John, LWT 
    Elijah Holland, LWT (1857)
    Holland, Job, transcript of LWT (1789)
    Jewry, William, LWT 
    Jones, Anthony, LWT 
    Pitt, Thomas, LWT 
    Pitt, William, LWT 
    Reynolds, Christopher, LWT 
    Rows, John (1734)
    Smith, Arthur, LWT 
    Sugars, John (1726), transcript
    Taberner, Joshua, LWT 
    Valentine, John, LWT 
    Watson, Robert, LWT 
    Wilmoth, Edward, LWT 

    Digital Images of Wills 1794 to 1803

    Adkins, Simon 
    Allen, William
    Applewhaite, Arthur
    Athens, John
    Ballard, Sally
    Bankley, Joshua
    Battin, Samuel
    Blaney, David Boon, Radcliff Bowzer, James
    Brewer, John 
    Bridger, Ann
    Bryant, William 
    Clark, Joseph 
    Coggins, Catherine
    Copher, Christian
    Cutchin, Polly
    Darden, Dempsey
    Darden, John 
    Daugherty, Mary
    Dixon, Thomas
    Duck, Joseph 
    Edwards, Aaron
    Edwards, Elizabeth
    Edwards, Robert
    Edwards, Solomon
    Floyd, Samuel
    Fowler, James
    Giles, John Sr.
    Godwin, Henry Bert
    Godwin, Joseph 
    Gray, Nathaniel
    Haile, Hannah
    Hamilton, William
    Harris, Matthew
    Harrison, John, estate
    Holland, Robert
    Hollowell, William
    Holmes, Joseph 
    Hunt, James
    Hutchins, Jesse
    Johnson, Lazarus
    Johnson, Michael
    Jordan, Lewis
    Mitchell, James
    Moody, William
    Norsworthy, Elizabeth
    Pierce, William
    Pitt, James
    Saunders, Elizabeth
    Smelley, William
    Smith, Thomas
    Spicey, Joseph 
    Stallings, Joseph 
    Taylor, Charles B.
    Taylor, Richard
    Thomas, John
    Tomlin, Nicholas
    Tynes, Benjamin
    Tynes, Thomas
    Underwood, Anne
    Underwood, Sampson
    Vellines, Twaits
    Watkins, Sarah
    Webb, Anne
    West, James
    Whitley, Nathan
    Willis, Miles
    Wilson, Solomon
    Wombwell, Mary
    Woodward, William
    Wrenn, Josiah
    Wrenn, Thomas
    Young, Elizabeth

    Digital Images of Wills 1804 to 1808

    Atkins, Susanna Beale, James
    Boykin, Thomas Sr.
    Brazey, Campion
    Bund, Amelia
    Chapman, Allen
    Chapman, Richard
    Daughtry, Richard
    Davis, Isham
    Downing, James
    Driver, Dolphia
    Edward, John
    Eley, Robert
    Flake, Micajah
    Fulgham, Charles
    Gay, William Sr.
    Godwin, Bartlett
    Hutchins, Moses
    Johnson, Thomas
    Nevill, Amey
    Parnell, Elizabeth
    Pell, Henry
    Price, George
    Shivers, Jonas
    Smith, Susannah
    Tallows, James Sr.
    Turner, Mary
    Turner, Unity
    Tynes, Charles
    Vaughan, Zilpha
    Villines, John
    West, John Pitt
    West, Priscilla Pitt
    Whitley, Jesse
    Whitley, Julia
    Wilson, Sampson 


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    Saturday, May 23, 2015

    Frederick Co. VA Wills, Estates, Marriages

    Frederick County, Virginia Court House Records



    Hopewell Meeting HouseThomas Marquis Springhouse on Stonebrook RoadPictured is the Hopewell Friends Meeting House (quakers) and the Thomas Marquis springhouse on Stonebrook Road. Frederick County was named for Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales and the eldest son of George II. It was created from Orange County in 1738; part of Augusta County was added later. The county seat is Winchester. 

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

    Digital Images of Frederick County Wills 1743 to 1751 
    Testators: Alford, John; Anderson, Thomas; Ballender, Josiah; Barrett, Arthur; Berry, Patrick; Borden, Benjamin; Branson, Thomas; Brown, Thomas Sr.; Buice, John; Chenowoth, Joseph; Dumas, Lewis; Gillaspy, Patrick; Hart, Daniel; Helm, Leonard; Hobson, George; Hoge, William; Hollingsworth, Abraham; Hollingsworth, Ann; Howell, William; Jesper, William; Job, Hannah; Jones, Spencer; Lilburn, Anna; Little, Thomas; Littler, John; Loftin, Thomas; Lucas, Rebecca; McHenry, Barnaby; McKell, James; McMahan, William; McName, Bayan; Melderick, John; Mellon, John; Meter, John; Moon, Simon; Morris, Samuel; Movebought, Jacob; Neill, John; Nickton, John; Parker, Gilbert; Parrott, Hugh; Paul, Hugh; Ross, Alexander; Ross, David; Tomson, Samuel
    Miscellaneous Records
    • Crumbs, Henry H., LWT (1776) (digital image)
    • Mckee, Robert, LWT, transcription
    • Denton, John, LWT (1767) (digital image)
    • Reagan, John, LWT (1775) (digital image)
    • Hopewell Friends History 1734-194, misc. pages
    • Marriages 1771-1825, misc. pages
    • Marriage Bonds (Tilman to Webb)

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