Art - How nice to meet you. My mother is from just about ever family in Hanover Co. She and my father still live off of route #1 right at the Hanover-Henrico line. We descend from the Watt's, Haw's, Ragland's, Garland's and Nelson's.Sarah Bohannon Kidd Watt was my ggg great grandmother. I was just up in October and we visited the Watt House. Went over to the Battlefield and met the nicest park ranger.He and I exchanged a lot of info through snail mail later. I have also met a real "cousin" through GenForum. Her granmother and my great grandmother were sisters. I don't have any info on the Carlton's either. Neither do I have actual dates or burial places of the two John Haw's. My data comes from family notes.As true of most Virginian's - we keep up with this stuff! My great grandmother, Helen Mar Haw married John Shelton Ragland in a double ceremony with her siter, Sallie Kidd Haw.Sallie Kidd married Robert Alonzo Brock, the noted historian, antiquarian and genealogist. We've just always kept this info active in the family. Sallie and Robert Alonzo's two daughters, Annie and Lizzie were the persons to sell his collection to the guy from California after Virginia wouldn't pay the price. Virginia should be ashamed! When I was a little girl I used to go over to Annie and Lizzie's and read all the neat books, really look at the pictures. The house looked like a library - that a tornado had gone through. No organization - just disaster. The Admiral Byrd chair was there, everything. If you're interested my descent is: John Haw I and Elizabeth Carlton to John Haw II and Sarah Richardson Tyree, to Richardson Tyree Haw and Margaret Mills Watt, to Helen Mar Haw and John Shelton Ragland, to Norma Cowling Ragland and Thomas LeRoy Sharp. Mamma is 78 and still living. Get in touch with me through email for any other information.I try to post so more people can see the names and make their connections. I'm so pleased the way the Haw site is getting responses.