7 Mar 1747.Benjamin Harrison is appointed surveyor of the road leading from Twitty's Ferry to the county line and tis ordered that he with the Male Laboring Tithable Persons following, to wit, William Murphy, William Douglas, Henry Rottenberry, Jeremiah Ellis, and Barnaby Murphy and their Male Tithables and all others convenient to the said road forthwith clear and keep the same in repair according to the law.Lunenburg County, Virginia, Road Orders, 1746-1764, page 391.
9 Mar 1757.From Julius Nichols of Lunenburg County, to John Patrick of Lunenburg County, for 40 pounds, all that dividend tract of land in Lunenburg on the lower side of Flat Creek, about 300 acres bounded by Amos Tims Shelly, Myrick, Parham's Creek, Humphrey Huey, a ridge.Signed:Julius Nichols.Witness:Z Zill Hamilton, Henry Delony, Thomas (X) Harrison, Anne (X) Rottenberry, Dennis Larke, Philip (P) Morgan, Reuben (X) Morgan.Recorded 4 Oct 1757.Lunenburg County, Virginia, Deed Book 5, 1757-1761, page 9.
23 Apr 1757.From Richard Rottenberry of the South ?Carolina?, to John Bozeman of Lunenburg County and Cumberland Parish, for 25 pounds Virginia money, a certain tract of land of 100 acres in Lunenburg County, bounded by the south or Upper Great Creek, which land was patented to Henry Rottenberry, Sr. on Aug 16, 1756.Signed:Richard (+) Rottenberry.Witnesses:Henry (X) Rottenberry, John (+++) Rottenberry, Henry (-) Rottenberry, John (+) Rottenberry.Recorded May 4, 1758.Lunenburg County, Virginia, Deed Book 5, 1757-1761, page 219.
24 Apr 1758.From John Rottenberry and his wife, Mary, of Cumberland Parish in Lunenburg County, to Francis Raney of the Parish of Bath in Dinwiddie County, for diverse good causes and for 30 pounds, a certain tract of land of 100 acres, part of 400 acres patented to Henry Rottenberry on Aug 16, 1756 and being on the north side of Roanoke River in Cumberland Parish and Lunenburg County, and bounded by the Great Creek, a new line.Signed:John (+++) Rottenberry, Mary Rottenberry.Witnesses:John Ezel, Jr., Eph. Mabry, Wm. (X) Bartlett.Recorded May 3, 1758.Lunenburg County, Virginia, Deed Book 5, 1757-1761, page 229.
I do not trace through these families and cannot help any further.