Searching for all Lewellen/Lewallen/Lewellin/Luellin....probably all are Llewellyn
Charles Lewellen Sr. m. Elizabeth Harrison, Children:
2)Charles Lewellen Jr. b. February 17, 1782, d. ca. 1845/46, BedfordCounty, Virginia. m. (1) Lydia Hart (2) Mary Akers, November 15, 1803 in Campbell County, Virginia.
3) James Lewellen
4)Mary Polly Lewellen
5)Green Berry Lewellen, bornMarch 15, 1792, died September 07, 1847 near St.Louis, Missouri. m. January 01, 1810 in Campbell, Co., Va., Elizabeth 5, A. Carter, born, December 14, 1791, died, February, 1869. (JOHN 4, JOSEPH 3, JOSEPH 2, WILLIAM 1)
6)Elizabeth H. Lewellen
Elisha Hall, 1780-1840....Division of his land, who got what....
Lot No. 1,Mary Hall, Shaon , 64 ¾ A.
17 Apr 1827, JamesK. Shaon and Mary Hall, dau. Elisha, and Sarah Best, Elisha Hall, Jr., Surety.
James K. ShaonmarriedJune 25, 1860, Bedford County, Virginia. Mary E. Carter, 6, b. 1822, dt. of JohnD. Carter, Jr., 5(Sarah SallyW. Carter’s brother) and Magdelene Hall...dt. of Matthew Hall, Sr.
Lot No. 2, Katherine Hall, Burnett, 39 ½ A.
Dec. 25, 1826; William Burnett & Katherine Hall, dt Elisha; John Hall, Jr., Surety; Married by William Leftwich, Jan. 10, 1827.
William Burnett son of Williamson Burnett and Priscilla Carter 4, (Joseph 3, Joseph 2, William 1) (Sarah SallyW. Carter’s cousin)
Lot No. 9, Kiziah Hall, Lewellan, 63 ¾ A.
Order Book 1832-1834 Bedford County, Virginia,Charles Lewelen License to run a House of Private Entertainment.
Feb. 23, 1835; Charles Lewellen & Keziah Hall, dt. Elisha Hall and Sarah Best; John W. Smith, Surety; Married by William Leftwich, Bedford County.
Deed Book 33, Page 36, 1846, Bedford County, Virginia. James K. Shaon bought at auction ....Lot No. 9....I believe....Keziah Hall Lewellen had the deed.
Will Book, Bedford County, Virginia, May 3, 1811....pretaining to the estate of Charles Lewellen, Sr.....Green Berry Lewellen entitled to 1/7 of his father’s estate after the death of his mother Elizabeth.
Order Book, Bedford County, Virginia. 1820-1823. Green Berry Lewellen grantedlicense to keep an Ordinary.
Example....a license to keep an ordinary at this house if therefore the said ____________dothe constantly find and provide in his said ordinary good clean and wholesome diet and lodgeing for travellers and stables fodder corn and pastureage for their horses for and during the time of one year.
Green B Lewellen served in The Virginia Militia during the war of 1812.
4 DEC 1832, Pardon of Green B. LEWELLEN, sentenced to ten years in penitentiary for passing counterfeit money, two years of which he has served. Resolution to discharge.
>Source: Virginia State Library, published Virginia State Library, 1908,p. 225.
Other Lewellen’s in Bedford County and area.....
Ash (could be Asa....?) Lewellen Order Book...1820-1823....Overseers of poor summoned to show why he has not been bound.
Asa Lewellen....1830 census
Asa Lewellen....b. ca. 1807, 1850 censusin Roanoke, Va.
Bedford County, Va. marriages, Dec. 10, 1827; Asa Lewellin & Lucinda Parker, dt Ezra; Jacob W. White, Surety.
William Lewellen Order Book....1823-1825....middle inital could be J....?
Bedford County marriages....Aug. 6, 1821; William J. Lewellin & Susannah Tyler; John Tyler, Surety.
Will Book 6, page 313, January 16, 1822, Mary Polly Lewellen, son William A. Lewellen and Frances....and dt. Lucy Lewellen Oliver mentioned. Will proved and witnessed May 23, 1826.
Bedford County marriages....Feb. 12, 1821; William Lewellin & Frances Hodges; Jesse Hodges, Surety; Consent of Stephen Mitchel, guardian for Frances; Married by William Harris, Feb 15, 1821.
Bedford County marriages....Aug. 8, 1789; William McIntire & Susannah Luellin; Champy Wilson, Surety.
Polly Lewellen, Order Book 25, page 219, 1836....James Ruff....a freeman of claim....adultry.