I believe that Thomas Wash, Jr. married Susan Smith.He wa the son of Thomas Wash Senior, d. 1780 who married Mary Lipscomb, d/o Thomas and Sarah McGehee Lipscomb.Here is the documentation I have.I descend through son Lipscomb Wash who married John Hyde Saunders, JR. 1794 Powhatan Co, VA.
Janet (Baugh) Hunter
Re THOMAS WASH --
Will Book 2, page 254, Louisa Co, VA – Abstract of Will
Will of Thomas Wash. Daus: Suckey Hester, Mary Lasley, Sarah Crank, Elizabeth Wash, Sons:Lipscomb, Nathan, Wm., David, Wm.Son-in-law John Crank. To my son William Wash third land on Chamberlain’s Creek and Cotherans Run begin..between Ashley Johnson’s upper line & Saml. Ragland’s upper…To David Paris’ line. To my son Thomas Wash third (on Chamberlain Creek).To son David remainder of said tract.Exors: son Wm. & son-in-law John Crank.Dated 5 March 1777.Signed:Thos. Wash, Wit:Wm Pettus.Thomas Moreman, William Lipscomb, John Smith.Rcd. 13 March 1780.
Will Book, 2, page 256, Louisa Co. VA.
Bond of Wm. Wash, Exor. Of est. of Thomas Wash.Sec:William Lipscomb, John Lasley, Amt.: 100 pounds.Dated and received 3 Mch. 1780.Signed:Wm. Wash, Wm Lipscomb, Wm Lasley.Wit:Sydnor Cosby
Will Book 3, page 608
Settlement between legatee of est. of Thomas Wash being of lawful age & Wm Wash, Exor. Amt.: 1,348-19-9.Signed:Manoah Lasley, Nathan Wash, David Wash, Chas. Hester, Elizabeth Moorman, John Crank, Thos. Wash, Lipscomb Wash, Wit:Wm. Barnett, David Wash, Nathan Wash.Rcd. 8 Feb. 1796.
Here is the excerpregarding the settlementt from: From Chalkley's Chronicles.
Johnson vs. Wash--O. S. 268; N. S. 94--Bill in 1809 by Chapman Johnson, administrator of Thomas Johnson (minor); his father, who was executor of John Boswell. Thomas, as executor, had received a deed from David Wash of Louisa for land in Louisa. Thomas is now dead and the legal title is in John B. Johnson, Thomas M. Johnson, Jane Johnson, Ann Johnson, Patrick Michie and Dorothy, his wife, and orator John Michie of Goochland is administrator d. b. n. of Jno. Boswell. David Wash is dead, leaving representatives, viz: William Wash of Louisa, Thomas, Nathan and Lipscomb Wash, Charles Hester and _____, his wife; John Crank and _____, his wife; Zackariah Matlock and _____, his wife, and Manoah Lastly and _____, his wife. June, 1813, order publication as to Susannah's Esther's heirs. January, 1814, decree nisi as to Robert Moorman, Wm. Walton, Atwood Wash, Susan Walton, Edwd. Wash, G. Y. Wash, Nath. H. Wash, Josus Wash, Lucius Wash, and _____ Wash. Deed, 14th October, 1789, by David Wash of Albemarle to Thomas Johnson (after this name in all places appears a bracket. Menr.--does it mean Minister?), executor of John Boswell, of Louisa, 232 acres in Louisa on Chamberlain's Creek joining Henry Crank, William Wash, William Harris and Ashley Johnson. Recorded in Louisa, 14th June, 1790. Answer, September, 1813, by John Crank and Sarah, his wife; Nathan and Dorotha Moorman, guardian to Mary, Elizabeth, Robert and Dolly Moorman, infants of Robert Mooman and said Dorotha, said Robert being son, heir and representative to Elizabeth Mooreman, daughter of Thomas Wash, who married Thomas Moorman, father of Robert. In 1777, Thomas Wash, father of David, made will in Louisa and recorded there. David died without issue. Will of Thomas Wash of Louisa. Daughters, Sukey Hester, Mary Lasley, Sarah Crank; daughters, Elizabeth Wash, Lucy Wash; sons, William, Thomas, David, Nathan, Lipscomb; wife; son-in-law, John Crank. Dated 5th March, 1777. Proved in Louisa, 13th March, 1780.
Re Will of Thomas LIPSCOMB --
Notes for THOMAS LIPSCOMB:
Will recorded in Will Book No. 2, pages 84-85 of Louisa County, Virginia and is as follows:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN. I Thomas Lipscomb of Saint Martins Parrish in Louisa
County Planter, Being at this time very sick and weak of Body, but blessed be God of Perfect sence
and memory; do make this my last Will and Testament in manner an form following:
IMPRIMUS: I recommend my Soul into the hands of my Creator, hoping for the Remission of all my
sins through the Marrits of My Blessed Savior's most precious Death and Resurrection; and my
body to be buried decently at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. And for my worldly
estate which it hath pleased God to bestow on me, I dispose of it in manner and form following,
Item I lend unto my beloved wife during her natural life or widowhood, five negroes, (towit)
Dick, Sampson, James, Jack, and Nan; Alxo half of my Stock of all kinds, and half of all my
Item I give unto my son John Lipscomb and to hes heirs and assigns for ever; five
hundred acres of land, lying upon Goldmine Creek in Louisa County; to be laid off to him at the
discretion of my Executors hereafter named; but in case my said son John should die without
lawful issue, then it is my will and accordingly I desire and order my Executors to sell
the said land at their own discretion, and the money so arising to be equally divided amongst all
the remainder of my children and their representatives.--------
Item The remaining part of my land not before given (lying on Goldmine Creek in Louisa
County), I desire and it is my will that my Executors do and shall sell it Either at public auction or
at private sale (at their own discretion) and the money so arising to be equally divided
amongst all my children and their representatives.--------
Item I lend unto my beloved wife, during her live or widowhood all the tract of land whereon
I now live, and after her decease or marriage, that it is my will and desire that my Executors do
sell the said land at their own discretion as the other and the money so arising to be equally
divided among all my children and their representatives.--------
Item I give unto my daughter Susanna Ragland, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro
Item I give unto my daughter Mary Wash, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro named
Item I give unto my daughter Sarah Pettus, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro named
Item I give unto my daughter Betty Smith, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro named
Item I give unto my daughter Anna Sims, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro named
Item I give unto my daughter Annis Davis, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro named
Molley, adn thirty pounds curr't money--------
Item I give unto my daughter Agnes Ragland, her heirs and assigns for ever, one negro
Item My will adn desire is that my grandchildren (to-wit) Elizabeth Hall adn Sally Hall have
one equal childs part of my estate, and in case that either of them dies without lawful heir
begotten of their bodies that then the other surviving one to have her part, and in case both dies
without lawful heirs that then each of their parts of my estate be equally divided among all my
children and their representatives--------
Item And further it is my will and desire if any of my children should die without lawful heir or
heirs of their bodies that then their part be equally divided amongst the remainder of my children and
All the rest and remainder of my estate both real and personal and also that part of my estate lent to
my belove wife, after the expiration of her term, my will is and accordingly I order that same be sold
discretionly by my Executors and the money so arising to be equally divided amongst all my children
and their lawful representatives.--------
I do hereby revoke disanul and make void all other former wills by me made. Ratiefieing and
Confirming this to be my last Will and Testament. And I do hereby Authorize, Impower, Appoint
and Desire my son William Lipscomb and my son Thomas Lipscomb to be my whole and sole
Executors of the same, as witness my hand and seal this third day of October One Thousand Seven
Hundred and Seventy.
Thos. Lipscomb (Seal)
Signed, Sealed, Published, and Declared
by th said Testator, as his last Will and
Testament and presence of us---------
Wm. X Davis Junr.
At a court held for louisa County November 12th, 1770
This Will was this day exhibited into Court by William and Thomas Lipscomb Exors. Therin
named who made oath thereto according to law and was also proved by the Oaths of the Witnesses
thereto and by the court ordered to be recorded.
Teste: John Nelson, clk
Bond given in the sum of two thousand pounds with Samuel Ragland and john Smith, D.S. as