The Agee Register lists on page 63: Mary W. Agee...dau. of William Agee and wife Susan Walton. William was b. ca 1783 Buckingham Co., Va. d. ca 1826, son of James Agee Jr. and wife Sarah Bransford, he married Susan Walton, dau of Edward Walton, Jr. James Agee, Jr., b. ca 1750 nr Flat Rock, Va., d. ca 1824 in Buckingham Co., Va, son of James Agee and Marie Faure. James Jr. was married to Sarah Bransford, dau. of John Bransford and wife Sarah Easter. James Agee was son of the immigrant, Mathiew Agee and wife, Ann Gandovin.
Buckingham County, Va., was a county which lost many of its records through a fire are the courthouse.The Agee family have kept their own family records through the compilations of 3 Agee men who worked very hard to collect and publish what they could learn about the family. (The first compiler was a contemporary of many of the early Agees.) They did a remarkable job.All of us wish it were totally accurate and totally complete, which it is not.But I personally knew the last author of the Agee family books, "The Agee Register", published in 1982, and his name was Louis N. Agee.He did manage to correct some errors in the previous history.Louis was past president of the National Huguenot Society, and tried very hard to put together the best information available at the time.He died just before the book was published. I was able to join the DAR with the help of a letter written by Louis N. Agee, correcting an error that had appeared in the earlier Agee Record. As much as we would all like to have documentation on these families who lived in Buckingham and Appomattox counties, much of it is just not to be found. Every now and then someone comes up with additional documentation, which is a good reason to keep things going such as this forum. By the way, the finest genealogy I have ever read is the one written by George Edward Pankey and published in 1969. James Adolphus Pankey, with picture, is on page 92-95. I copied from the "Register of Old Concord Presbyterian Church, Appomattox, Va 1826-1878", transcribed and edited by Harriet A. Chilton and Mitzi Chilton Wilkerson, 1973: "Feb. 28, 1841, James Pankey requested that himself, his wife Mary W. Pankey and James Pankey their son should be dismissed from this church to connect themselves with some church in the State of Ohio where they are about to emigrate." Hope this helps.