I am going to jump back into this discussion at this point.As I have told you earlier, I know little or nothing about the Lunenburg family other than that they exist and have some interesting reduplicated names with other families.I have transcribed William Short's will fairly recently.It is witnessed by Liles Abernathy (17??-1814), the son of another David Abernathy (17??-c. 1790), who, so far as I know, never left Diwiddie County although Liles Abernathy (17?/-1814) followed his son, Burwell Abernathy (1765-1837) to Mecklenburg.The will proves, however, that a Short daughter was married to Charles Abernathy not to David Abernathy.If we assume, as I do, that the Charles Abernathy in question is the father of William Abernathy (1742-1832), who is listed in the Bristol Parish register, this means that his wife, Ellis or, more likely, Alice Abernathy (17??-17??) was Alice Short.The will disinherits John Burrow and his wife, who I take to be an Abernathy grandchild since one of the sisters of William Abernathy appears to have been married to a Burrow or, at least, one Nimrod Burrow seems to have been caring for the affairs of Jesse Abernathy (1778-1851), a son of William Abernathy (1742-1832), during the War of 1812. If you are interested, I believe I can supply a copy of William Short's will or it is available in Brunswick County--there will be a summary in one of Michael Bradley's excellent books on Brunswick documents.By the way, I found Ariana Abernathy Wilson or, rather, her husband's grave near Leighton.She then took her family Texas.There are broken markers on either side of David Wilson and some missing children in the family.I wonder what happened.If you ever hear, I would like to know.