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Early Virginia History
When Christopher Columbus landed on the shores of what Europeans called the New World, or, more precisely, the West Indies, he believed he had found a new trade route to Asia. Thinking he had landed in India, he called the native people "Indians." The coastal groups in Virginia first encountered European explorers in the 1520s. During this early period, the natives likely traded with the Europeans to give them fresh water, fruit, and meat. The first English colonists arrived in North America in 1584 at Roanoke Island, in what is now North Carolina. The next year, a group of these settlers explored southeastern Virginia. The Roanoke colony found it difficult to survive and ran out of food and supplies. In 1590, when the colony's leader, John White, returned from England, he found the settlement deserted. The first English colony in North America that managed to survive began at Jamestown in 1607. Although this settlement also ran out of supplies and nearly abandoned in 1610, it later grew as increasing numbers of colonists arrived. Led by Captain John Smith, the settlers immediately explored the surrounding country, traveling up the James, York, Rappahannock, and Potomac Rivers as far as the fall line. They observed and wrote about the many villages and natives they met. Smith published an accurate map of the Coastal Plain of Virginia, marking the villages the scouting party discovered. Smith wrote of the Indians, "The men bestowe their times in fishing, hunting, wars and such manlike exercises...The women and children to the rest of the worke. They make mats, baskets, pots, morters, pound their corne, make their bread, prepare their victuals, plant their corn, gather their corn, beare al kind of burdens and such like." About their dress, he wrote, "[The Powhatan are] generally tall and straight, of a comely proportion, and of a colour browne...Their haire is generally black, but few have any beards. The men weare halfe their heads shaven, the other halfe long...The [Women's hair] are cut in many fashions agreeable to their years, but ever some part remaineth long. They are very strong, of an able body and full of agilitie, able to endure to lie in the woods under a tree by the fire, in the worst of winter."The name “Powhatan” is usually used to refer to the Algonquian-speaking tribes of the Virginia Coastal Plain (Tidewater) region. When the English arrived in 1607, most of the tribes in this area had been brought together under the leadership of one paramount chief or high chief named Wahunsunacock. This leader had taken the name of “Powhatan”, the name of his birth town, when he became the paramount chief, so that was how the settlers were first introduced to him, and it is the name by which he is still referred to today. At the time of English contact, the native Tidewater population numbered 20,000. Powhatan controlled more than 32 chiefdoms in more than 150 town and settlements of various sizes. The tribes under his leadership often fought for him in hostilities with other Indian nations. They also paid regular tributes or taxes in the form of game and produce. In times of need, Powhatan fed his people from these stores and provided protection. One of Powhatan’s daughters, known to the English as Pocahontas, was kidnapped by the colonists in 1613. After a year in captivity and the arrangement of a treaty between her father and the colonists, she agreed to convert to Christianity and married an English colonist by the name of John Rolfe in 1614. The years following that marriage were peaceful, but difficult for the Indians because of their continual loss of land. In 1615, Pocahontas and John Rolfe had a son, Thomas Rolfe. The following year the three travelled to England with other Indians on behalf of the Virginia Company who had sponsored the Jamestown colony. While in England Pocahontas became seriously ill, and she died there in 1617. There were hundreds of settled towns and satellite villages built near the Chesapeake Bay or in the inlets and rivers, which flow into it. These towns and villages were placed along points or other sites that allowed a commanding view of the water and the people, especially enemies, traveling on it. Waterways were the central avenues of transportation and a major source of food. Because of the abundant source of fish, oysters, clams and waterfowl, the Powhatan did not have to move around as much as tribes further inland. Over the centuries they settled into agricultural communities, growing corn and other vegetables to supplement the fishing, hunting and foraging of plants for food and medicines. During the first decade encounters between colonists and Indians were often hostile. Seeing land slowly taken from his people, Powhatan appealed to Captain John Smith in 1609. Meeting Smith at Werowocomoco, his headquarters, he said, "I have seen there generations of my people die. Not a man of the three generations is alive now but myself... Why will you take by force what you may quietly have by love?"The Werowocomoco Archaeological Site (44GL32) is a Native American village situated on Puritan Bay along the York River in Gloucester County, Virginia and which dates to the Late Woodland (A.D. 900-1607) and Early Contact (A.D. 1607-1609) periods. When the English founded Jamestown in 1607, it served as the capital of the Powhatan chiefdom and the principal residence of the chiefdoms’ paramount chief, Powhatan. The site represents the sole location where Powhatan and Captain John Smith met face-to-face, and where according to Smith Pocahontas saved his life. In 1609, Powhatan abandoned Werowocomoco and moved his capital further west to put distance between him and the English at Jamestown. Werowocomoco has been documented through archaeological surveys and excavations since 2002 to encompass 45 acres.Four years later, the people launched the first coordinated attack to expel the settlers, leading a decade of intermittent warfare. Opechancanough, Wahunsunacock's brother, was the last Powhatan to exert control over Coastal Plain Algonquian subchiefdoms. Coastal Plain Indians- The once mighty Powhatan chiefdom was reduced to a tributary status, being required to make yearly payments to the colonial government as a sign of dependence. They also lost all lands between the York and Blackwater Rivers. In 1677, another treaty was made with the colonists. The Indians along the coast lost their remaining land and were confined to small reservations. By 1722, there were no further records on many of the tribes who had been document earlier. The Rappahannock tribe lost its reservation shortly after 1700; the Chickahominy lost theirs in 1718. These groups and the Nansemond, who sold their reservation in 1792, faded from public view. Only the Pamunkey, Mattaponi, and an Eastern Shore group kept reservations, although their land constantly shrank in size. Some native people wanted to keep the traditional lifestyles, while others accepted white culture. Powhatan religion and language, central aspects of the culture, were gradually replaced by Christianity and English. The people still raised crops, hunted, and fished. Cash crops, like cotton, were added, and livestock, such as chickens, cows, and hogs, became commonplace. Log and plank houses replaced the bark and mat-covered oval houses, and traded iron implements quickly replaced stone tools. However, the native ceramic technology of vessels and pipes remained vibrant, adapting to European shapes and functions. Nottoway and Meherrin - Two groups distinct from the Powhatan, the Nottoway and Meherrin, lived in the Coastal Plain of Virginia. They spoke dialects of the Iroquoian language and lived along the Nottoway and Meherrin Rivers. Like the coastal Algonquian, the people farmed and hunted, and their houses were similarly interspersed among fields of crops. Unlike members of the Powhatan chiefdom, however, the Nottoway and Meherrin lived as tribes in autonomous villages, with a local chief holding little sway beyond the village.The Nottoway and Meherrin remained relatively undisturbed by the English settlements expanding from Jamestown. But, by 1650, the fur trade increased their contact with the settlers. Then in the 1677 treaty, they too, lost their land and became tributaries of the colony. The Nottoway and Meherrin set up reservations along the Nottoway River in Southampton County. By the late 1700s, the Meherrin had lost their reservation, but the Nottoway still held theirs.It appears from court records and related documents that the Indian populations in the Coastal Plain dropped from a height of 20,000 to about 1,800 by 1669 due to warfare and diseases introduced by Europeans. Piedmont Indians - A number of Indian tribes that spoke dialects of the Siouan language lived in the Piedmont of Virginia. The Manahoac settled on the waters of the Rappahannock River above Fredericksburg. The Monacan lived above the falls of the James River, and the Occaneechi and Saponi lived above the falls of the Roanoke River.When the first colonists arrived at Jamestown in 1607, they immediately met with Indian people on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. These Indians belonged to a vast Powhatan autocracy and spoke Algonquian languages. In the piedmont and mountain regions of this area lived Siouan Indians of the Monacan and Mannahoac tribes, arranged in a confederation ranging from the Roanoke River Valley to the Potomac River, and from the Fall Line at Richmond and Fredericksburg west through the Blue Ridge Mountains. At this time, the Virginia Siouan numbered more than 10,000 people. They were an agricultural people who grew the “Three Sisters” crops of corn, beans and squash, and they had domesticated a wide variety of other foods, including sunflowers, fruit trees, wild grapes and nuts. They lived in villages with palisade walls, and their homes were dome-shaped structures of bark and reed mats. These Monacan ancestors hunted deer, elk and small game, and they would leave their villages every year to visit their hunting camps. The Monacan traded with the Powhatan to the east and the Iroquois to the north. They mined copper, which they wore in necklaces, and which the Powhatan prized greatly. The Monacan also buried their dead in mounds, a tradition that differentiates them from neighboring Indian nations. Throughout the piedmont and mountain regions, thirteen mounds have been identified and many excavated, yielding interesting information about the lives of these First Americans, whose ancestors inhabited this region for more than 10,000 years.In 1676, the Susquehannock of Pennsylvania contacted the Occaneechi to expand their trade with the Europeans. At the same time, Nathaniel Bacon and his discontented followers arrived. Bacon was leading a revolt against the colonial government, claiming, among other things, that Governor William Berkeley was doing nothing to prevent ongoing Indian raids in the western part of the colony. The Occaneechi received both the Susquehannock and Bacon and his men. Hostilities arose and Bacon defeated the Susquehannock with the help of the Occaneechi. Then, the colonists turned on the Occaneechi, killing more than 50 people. The Occaneechi soon fled south into North Carolina along with the Saponi and Totero. Probably around 1716, the Saponi, Totero, and Occaneechi left North Carolina for Fort Christanna in Brunswick County, Virginia, in a move to maintain closer trade relations with colonists. The Indians' presence there provided a barrier between hostile Tuscaroa in North Carolina and the Virginia settlements. In 1722, a general peace was made between the Iroquoi and the Virginia and Carolina Indians. Around 1740, many of the Saponi, Totero, and Occaneechi moved north into Pennsylvania. In 1833, a small remnant of the central Piedmont Indian groups purchased 400 acres of land on Bear Mountain in Amherst County, where they established a small enclave. Their descendants are known as the Monacan. Indians in the Mountains - Little is known from the written record of the Indians who lived in the mountains of western Virginia. The Robert Fallam and Thomas Batts expedition of 1671 marked the first contact with the Totero people living in either the Roanoke or New River Valleys. By 1706, when Louis Michel, a French Swiss traveler, proceeded up the Shenandoah River to a point near Edinburg, he noted that "All this country is uninhabited except by some Indians." The area was presumed devoid of any permanent settlements, with only hunting parties of Shawnee, Susquehannock, and Iroquois moving through. Thomas Walker, a physician who became a surveyor for the Royal Land Company, saw no Indians in his 1750 expedition through southwestern Virginia. Twice, however, he came across Indian tracks on the trail. When he reached Long Island in the Holston River at Kingsport, Tennessee, he described an abandoned village that may have been Cherokee: "In the Fork between the Holston's and the North River, are five Indian Houses built with logs and covered with bark, and there were an abundance of Bones, some whole Pots and Pans, some broken and many pieces of mats and Cloth."By the time Europeans came to settle western Virginia, it had become another region void of Indian communities. The only natives sighted were hunting, trading, and raiding groups of Cherokee and Shawnee passing through the region
New Kent Co VA Land Grant 1665 - VA Patents
ORIGINAL Book No. 5, p. 444 Library of Virginia Digital Collection: Land Office Patents and Grants Cromp & others 2700To all &c. Whereas &c. Now Know yee that I ye said Sir William Berkeley Knight Governor &c. give and grant unto Mr Wm Crump Mr Charles Edmonds, and Mr Robt Whithaire Two Thousand seaven hundred acres of land lying in ye County of New Kent on ye South side of Yorke river in ye freshes thereof above Mahixenn, beginning at a Corner beech being ye upper bounds of a devident of Land taken up by Mr George Smith from thence up ye river bounding upon ye river 786 pole unto a marked red oake by ye Banck side thence into ye woods west south west 120 pole to a red oake, thence so: west 1/2 poynt southerly 160 pole to a red oake, thence so: and by east 640 pole to a marked pine thence East and by North 502 pole to a Corner tree of ye back line of ye aforesaid Devident of Land taken up by George Smith, This land being bounded by ye river and marked trees on all sides, The said Land being due unto ye said Crump, Edmonds, and Whitehaire by and for ye transportacon of fifty foure persons &c. To have and to hold &c. To bee held &c. Yeilding & paying &c. Provided &c. Dated ye 9th November 1665
The Huguenot Society of London shows ABRAHAM SALLE' coming from the Isle of Re', France, off La Rochelle. He is listed as the son of John and Mary Salle'. The Societe de L'Histoire du Protestantisme Francais, shows Jean Salle', a shoemaker, as the father of Abraham. A document, dated 1677, gives the parentage of Jean, found at the French National Archives. Jean Salle' (grandfather of Abraham) was born near the beginning of the 17th Century, in Courteil, paroisse de Mougon, Poitou, Franceh. He is the first Salle' family member of whom we have record. We also know that he married Suzanne Mestay (Messay?). Their son, also named Jean, was baptised on March 23, 1625. Jean Salle' and his family were Prostestants, known as French Huguenots. These French Protestants were persecuted by the Catholic Church. Jean Salle' left the village of Mougon for the security of the Protestant stronghold, La Rochelle, and settled in St. Martin on the Isle of Re'. We know that Jean (II) was in St. Martin in 1654. La Rochelle did, however, fall to Catholic forces in 1628, led by Cardinal Richelieu, after a long seige. Jean Salle' (II) became, like his father, a master shoemaker. He married Claude Martin, daughter of Jacques Martin, master hatmaker, of St Martin, and his deceased wife Judith Fotier, November 24, 1654. We also know that Claude Martin had a brother Jacques, and sisters, Judith and Marie. Jean and Claude's daughter was named Marie, most likely for Claude's sister. Claude Martin Salle' died sometime after 1654. Jean Salle', age 44, secondly married Marie MARTIN, age 33, Claude's sister, April 11, 1668. His mother, Suzanne Mestay Salle' was dead by this time. Jean and Marie had six children born on the Isle of Re'. Their first, named Theophile, was baptised on February 20, 1669. The Godfather was Monsieur Theophile; Godmother was Dame Sarra Dupuy. The next, Francoise, March 13, 1671. Then Judith, who was baptised December 8, 1672, and died January 22, 1673. ABRAHAM SALLE', our immigrant ancestor, was born February 22, 1674, and baptized February 25, 1674. The Godfather was Abraham RIBIER, Esquire; Godmother was Damelle Suzanne MICHAUD. Another daughter, Judith, baptized January 12, 1676, died June 5, 1677. And a son, Jean, baptized on January 10, 1680, Jacques Martin, father of Claude and Marie, died June 26, 1670, at 80 years of age. Shortly after 1685 (the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes), Abraham Salle' left France for England. In 1698 he was seeking citizenship in London. In 1699 he married OLIVE pERRAULT in St. Catherines by-the-Tower. Following their marriage, they embarked for America, arriving in New York in 1700. They joined the French Church and sought citizenship. Their first child Abraham (II), was born September 3, 1700, and baptized September 17th. Their next, Jacob, was born July 28, 1701, and baptized August 6, 1701, both baptized by PIERRE PIERETn, minister of the French Church. American Huguenots are, for the most part, descended from ancestors who were adherents of the French Reformed Church. These ancestors reached America by way of Germany, the Netherlands, and England in several successive waves. One wave of emigration occurred in the latter half of the 16th Century. One followed the capture of La Rochelle in 1628. Another followed the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, October 18, 1685, which brought to end the Reformed Church and the Protestant movement in France. John Calvin (1509--1564) is considered to be the father of French Protestantism. These deciples of Calvin came to be called "HUGUENOTS". The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes "ordered all Protestant forms of worship to cease and all Protestant chapels and telples to be immediately destroyed." Huguenot ministers were given two weeks to leave France, but all other Protestants were forbidden to emigrate. Thousands did, however, succeed in leaving. The numbers leaving France in the several waves of migration have amounted to as many as 2,000,000. Some fled to the low Countries and then to South Africa. Early French migration to Canada was largely Huguenot stock. Scotland and Ireland received many. Half of the refugees reached Great Britain. Of these, half stayed in England, while the other half migrated to America. The earliest migration to New York began in 1623. Groups went to South Carolina after 1685. Large groups went to New England, but the largest single group was the Virginia (Manakin) settlement in 1701. Out of two hundred to four hundred thousand Huguenots that emigrated during the years that France was torn by the "regligious" civil war, between six and eight hundred landed in Virginia. They were destined for an abandoned Indian village called Monocantown. The Huguenots foresaw the establishment of a French colony in Virginia founded on the principles of regligious freedom, dicipline, thrift, and industry, located on the indian frontier, twenty-five miles from the nearest military outpost...Sixty miles up the James River to the Falls where they would travel overland to the deserted Indian Town. Within a few months arrival the Huguenots designated Monocantown a separate parish, King William by name, in the Colony of Henrico. There had been ten thousand acres of land set aside for the Huguenots, each person receiving one hundred thirty-three at Manakintown. ABRAHAM SALLE' and his family made their way from New York to the French settlement. They had finally found sanctuary in a brand new world! They were finally free to practice their religion, to work, to rebuild their torn lives. The Protestants were the middle class-producers, tradespeople, artisans, and they were educated! Some, speaking French and English fluently. If these Huguenots had been accepted by their own country instead of being driven out, the history of France, and of the world, might have been different. The world exists as it does today because of the paths human beings chose to follow yesterday. It will exist tomorrow because of the paths we choose to follow today!
Christ Church Parish - Partial List - Located in one of Virginia's oldest counties, Christ Church Parish was created in 1663 in Middlesex County. This database is a collection of birth records kept by the parish between 1653 and 1812 and includes child's name, parent's names, birth date, and baptism date. In addition, many records contain information regarding location of baptism or if the child was born to a slave family. Over 5900 records Christ Church Parish, Virginia Births, 1653-1812
Zebulun Relationship: Sone Parents: James Lewis Jone Lewis Baptism Date: 22 Oct 1699
Ellianor Relationship: Daughter Parents: Arthur Smith Mary Smith Baptism Date: 31 Dec 1699
Frank Birth Date: 14 Jun 1699 Comment: Negroe Belonging to Thomas Warrick
Mary Gardiner Relationship: daughter Parents: Wm Gardiner Ann Gardiner Birth Date: 22 Sep 1699
Elizabeth Smith Parents: James Smith Ann Smith Birth Date: 1 Sep 1699
Ann Smith Relationship: Daughter Parents: Thomas Smith Ann Smith Birth Date: 10 Jan 1699
Betty Parents: Copt Smiths Birth Date: 13 Jul 1701 Baptism Date: 13 Jul 1701 Comment: an Negro
Margt Relationship: Daughter Parents: Charles Haines Eliza Haines Baptism Date: 25 Jan 1701
Richard Win Relationship: Sone Parents: Richd Win Sarah Win Baptism Date: 28 Sep 1701
Ann Relationship: Daughter Parents: William Carter Mary Carter Baptism Date: 23 Jan 1701
Ann Relationship: Daughter Parents: Richd Allin Eliza Allin Baptism Date: 15 Mar 1701
Henry Relationship: Sone Parents: Robert Daniell Margt Daniell Baptism Date: 15 Mar 1701
Elizabeth Relationship: Daughter Parents: William Danill Mary Danill Baptism Date: 15 Mar 1701
Ireland to Penn To Virginia
Michael Mor O'Dochartaigh DAUGHERTY Sex: M Birth 1690 in Laggan Valley Raphoe Donegal Ire. Burial: NOV 1763 Unk. Cemetery, Rockbridge, Augusta Co., VA? Constable, Augusta Co., VA 1747Emigration ABT 1728 To New London, Derry, Chester Co., PA Military Service: Capt. John Buchanan's militia co. listed as Michael O'Doeherty 1742 Reference Number: 12175 Occupation: Storekeeper 1728 Residence: 1737 Rockbridge Co., VA Death: ABT NOV 1763 in Augusta Co. Va. Name: Michael Mor DAUGHERTY Name Sr Michael DAUGHERTY Name Michael Mor DOUGHERTY Name: Michael Mor O'DOGHERTY Birth 1690 in Laggan Valley, Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland Death 1763 in Virginia, USA Residence: 1728 Chestnut Level, Lancaster Co., PA then Chester Co., PANoteReferences1. Broderbund World Family Tree, Volume 052, Tree Numbers: 0475/0476.2. Broderbund World Family Tree, Volume 059, Tree Number: 0455.3. Broderbund World Family Tree, Volume 053, Tree Number: 0683.4. Freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com: Look under Patterson-Magill-Daugherty Pedigree.5. Michael Dougherty was a Storekeeper of "Newlondon Derry", Chester County, Pennsylvania when the family first started their westward movement c1737/1738. Note The Michael Daugherty information that is entered into Broderbund World Family Tree 048, Tree Number: 0230 is incorrect and in error because it lists Michael Mor Dougherty's father as being Sir Cahir Dougherty, and his mother as "Lady Cahir". Sir Cahir did not have any children, nor had he ever been married, when the British killed him in 1608, however, his brother Sean (John) did carry on the name and did have children, so any Dougherty / Daugherty related to Michael Mor Dougherty - I should be able to trace his roots back to the immediate family of Sean O'Dochartaigh, brother of Sir Cahir O'Dochartaigh from . Note: Several American Doherty/Daugherty genealogists give Sir Cahir O'Dochartaight as our Irish ancestor. However, Sir Cahir was killed by the British at the in 1608 at the age of 21 without any heirs. His brother John (Sean) carried on the lineage. Additionally, after Sir Cahir was killed by the British he was beheaded and his head was on display on a pole outside Derry Castle for two centuries. The immediate family of Sir Cahir for the most part moved to Spain where their descendants live now. In fact the Spanish O'Dochartaign's are some of the closes O'Dochartaigh's in linage to Sir Cahir O'Dochartaigh.6. Michael Mor Daugherty-I (Liam O"Dougherty, #2) was born circa 1690? at Lagan Valley, Donegal, Ireland. He married Catherine Rodgers circa 1712? He died in October/November 1763 at Augusta County, Virginia at aged more than 61. Michael was the catalyst that held the family together prior to and upon their arrival in America on 10 December, 1727 until his death in 1763. To Michael we (the family) own much of our inherent traits, i.e., sense of fairness, willingness to work 8 hours for 8 hours pay, stubbornness, sincerity, respect of womenhood, willingness to keep a promise regardless the circumstances, and love of country and freedom that America gives.7. Reference: DOUGHERTY, CALDWELL AND RODGERS FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY: "On the day that King George II was proclaimed in New Castle, Delaware, December 10, 1727, there arrived from the Province of Ulster, Ireland a group of emigrants who were to furnish many of the early settlers of Kentucky. In that year began the heavier stream of emigration from Northern Ireland that was to dot Pennsylvania, Virginia and Kentucky with family names and place names reminiscent of Donegal, Loudonderry and Antrim. The Dochartachs had been seated in Inishowen, County Donegal, for centuries and the Caldwell name had been familiar in Presbyterian annals of Ulster in the seventeenth century.8. Setting foot on American soil that December day were John Caldwell, his wife Margaret nee Phillips; Thomas Dougherty and his wife, Margaret's sister, Anne nee Phillips Dougherty; and three of Caldwell's brother-in-law's who had married sisters, Moor, Ritchey and Dudgeon. With them, or soon after came at least one brother of Caldwell and perhaps one or more brothers of Thomas Dougherty, Michael Mor Dougherty-I (a Store Keeper) and his wife Catherine nee Rodgers Dougherty. " In March, 1754 a court suit was brought against Michael Dougherty of the township of New Londonderry, Chester County, Pennsylvania, storekeeper by a Unknown Neill. It is believed that this law suit was never setteled and is still on the books as an active suit to present date. The group became established at Chestnut level, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, which until 1729 was a part of Chester County, Pennsylvania. The first mention of a Caldwell in Lancaster County records was on May 7, 1734, when William, believed to be the brother to John Caldwell, was on a jury with John Cunningham and others. John Caldwell was one of the viewers of a road to James Buckley's mill from Chestnut Level on February 3, 1736. On February 7, 1838, Thomas Dougherty was involved in a dispute with George Middleton, John Finley and several others. The case was continued that day and, oddly enough, is still on the books of Lancaster County, there never having been any disposition of the affair. It seems a fair assumption that this marks the approximate date of Thomas Dougherty's departure for Albermarle County, Virginia, where he next is found with John Caldwell, prior to their moving to what is now Charlotte County, Virginia, to establish the famous Cub Creek Presbyterian settlement.9. The jury list for that day, February 7, is interesting to students of the movement of emigration up the Valley of Virginia and into Kentucky. It included John Caldwell, John Stewart, Thomas Harris, James Patton, John Patton, probably not the Colonel James Patton of Augusta County, Thomas Paxton, Robert Jackson, James Robeson, Joseph and Samuel Crockett and Robert and Hugh Boyd. In the same period may be found Alexander Miller, the McConnell s soon to move toward the Ohio River, the Stephenson s, Logans and Morgan Morgan. James Dougherty is mentioned in 1748 in connection with the McConnell s; whether this is a brother of Thomas Dougherty is not certain, although James does not appear as early in Southern Virginia as does Thomas, and Alexander McConnell did not enter land there until some time after Thomas Dougherty and John Caldwell were established on Cub Creek, Albemarle County, Virginia. Many of the early records of Albemarle County were destroyed by the British so that gaps exist in the chronology of the movements of the Caldwell s and Dougherty's between 1738 and 1741, the approximate date of the establishment of Cub Creek settlement. Thomas Dougherty was granted land on Moreman's River, adjoining Major Henry, in 1743, but since patents generally were issued years after land had been entered and occupied, it is reasonable to suppose that Thomas was in Albermarle County about 1738. Dougherty's first land patent on Turnip Creek, adjoining, Cub Creek, is dated November 12, 1753, but other records indicate he was there much earlier, as was Caldwell and his other kin. Perhaps a relative, ( Hugh Dougherty believed to be a brother to Michael Mor Dougherty-I) was granted land in Albermarle on August 5, 1737; after the death of his son Michael in 1766, Hugh moved to Bedford County, Virginia. Michael Mor Dougherty-I, his wife Catherine nee Rodgers Dougherty and their three son's: William Dougherty-I(his wife Elizabeth nee Bunch Dougherty was already in Pennsylvania and was believed to have been a full blooded Cherokee Indian whom William married upon his arrival in Pennsylvania?); Michael Mor Dougherty-II and his wife Mary nee Clarke Dougherty both born in ; and Charles Dougherty and his wife Rebecca nee Cunningham Dougherty were among a group of immigrants from Valley Lagan, who landed at New Castle, New Castle County, Delaware on 10 December, 1727. Among the immigrants were several other members of Michael Mor's family, notably at least three of his brothers: a Hugh Dougherty (referenced above), a Cornelius Dougherty and a Thomas Dougherty (also referenced above). No mention is made of any daughters of Michael and Catherine, but there very well could have been, as in the early to late 1700's it was customary to have large extended families. As the above record indicates the families that were related usually travelled as a group such as the Dougherty's, Cauldwell's, Phillip's and Cunningham's did to America.10. Michael Mor and his family and the Caldwell family very shortly after arriving in New Castle County Delaware migrated on to Chestnut Level, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania where they established the Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church (References: The Cunningham s of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, Pennsylvania, page 1 and also Cub Creek and Congregation, 1738-1838, page 93 by Elizabeth Venable Gaines). For the most part the family remained there until 25 January 1737/1738 when they migrated from Chestnut Level, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Borden's Great Grant in what is now Rockbridge County, Virginia at the headwaters of Cedar and Mill and Broad Creeks of the James River. (reference for the above information can be found in "THE DOUGHERTYS OF KENTUCKY by William C. Stewart, page 233"). Note: On page 244 under notes; "Note Number 6: Court Judgement, File 393, Augusta County, Virginia: & surveyor's book 1, page 5 & deed Book number 104, et sec. " The Dougherty family had started westward shortly after January 25, 1737/1738, when Michael Dougherty (I), storekeeper of "Newlondon Derry", Chester Country, Pennsylvania, established himself in Bordon's Great Grant in what is now Rockbridge County, Virginia at the headwaters of Cedar and Mill and Broad Creeks of the James River". Mill Creek is a branch of Poague's Run, and Michael's neighbors included Robert Poage, Erwin Patterson, John Maxwell, George Wilson, James McGavock, James Gilmore, James Crow, James Spratt, Robert McAfee, the Thompson's, Salling's, Walkers, McDowell s and others who were to be represented in the migrations from Virginia up the valleys into Kentucky. Another reason for mentioning the above families is that they will reappear in the family history of the Daugherty's later on, either through business, or marriage within the families. Michael was in Captain John Buchanan's Augusta County, Virginia militia company, listed for the first time as O'Doherty, in 1742 (Reference: F. B. Kegley, Virginia Frontier, page 141). He was appointed constable in 1747 at Augusta County, Virginia and through the 1740's and 1750's he, and his three sons, continued to accumulate land in the Forks of the James River. In the year of 1750 (19th May, 1750) Michael Dougherty was on the grand Jury for Augusta County, Virginia. One of the cases he decided was where the jury decided that at the house of James Greenlee, James River, before John Mathews, on body of Edward Hogan, late of this county. Found that he was drowned accidentally by the oversetting of a canoe now as he was crossing over James River, near the house of James Greenlee, on 13th May, 1750. Sitting on the Inquest was James Montgomery, Michael Dougherty, John Hitchins, John Ramsey, Josiah R. Hendon, John Vance, John Poage, Samuel Walker, Joseph Walker, John Mathews, Jr., Joshua Mathews, and Mathew Vance. Augusta County, Virginia Court Records, Page 69, 8th May, 1754 the records state: "Philip Chittam's inventory, by John Maxwell, Samuel Walker, Michael Dougherty. Note--(Spinning wheel in nearly all inventories). In Court Records for 5th April, 1755 Augusta County, Virginia, page 111 it states: "John Sprout (Sproul?) appraisement, by John McAswell, Michael Dougherty". In court records for Augusta County, Virginia on page 280 in the year 1760 possession by Joshua Mathews and John Armstrong, in Capt. John Maxwell's company: among the men recruited into the Revolutionary Militia was one Michael Dougherty aged at the time more that 57 years old.11. Incursions by the Indians in Augusta County, Virginia during this time frame were not uncommon. Three of the Daugherty boys are listed in the militia in 1758 and Michael was paid by the militia for furnishing provisions to the militia. One of Michaels's son's; Charles , was killed on 17 July, 1763 by an Indian raid by the Shawnee Chief Cornstalk and that same year Michael Mor Daugherty-I died at more than the age of 61. Augusta County, Virginia Court Records 16th November, 1763, page 303 the records state: "Michael Daugherty's appraisement (by Joseph Culton, Hohn McKee, Hohn Gilmore, William Edmondson). Recorded--Cash due by William Christy." During this Indian raid mentioned above William Daugherty-I's wife Elizabeth nee Bunch Daugherty became somewhat of a heroine by riding down the valley (William Daugherty-I was not at home when the alarm was given) and warning all the settlers about the approaching Indians. The settlers then fled to the mountains and were saved from the wrath of the Indian As stated above: Michael died in the same year (1763) that his son Charles was killed by Cornstalk and is buried at Rockbridge, Augusta County, Virginia. Michaels estate was appraised November 16, 1763 by Joseph Culton, John McKee, John Gilmore and William Edmonston. Following Michael's death the family started to break up and move to different locations both South and West into the wilderness. It is safe to assume that Michael Mor Dougherty-I and his wife Catherine nee Rodgers Dougherty were the fore bearers of the large and interesting Dougherty / Daugherty family that is a part of this document. Additionally, throughout the Dougherty/Daugherty family tree there are other family members that came from at the same time as Michael and his wife Catherine: notably three of Michael's brothers, Hugh Dougherty and his unknown wife, Cornelius Dougherty and his unknown spouse and Thomas Dougherty, Sr. and his wife Ann nee Phillips Dougherty. Additionally, further research into the fore bearers of Michael Mor Dougherty-I in Ireland could probably lead to the fact that he was related to Sean (John) O'Dochartaigh (brother of Sir Cahir O'Dochartaigh who was killed by the British in 1608 and all his lands in Lagan Valley, was divided among the British at Londonderry at the time). Sean (John) O'Dochartaigh carried on the family name of O'Dochartaigh because when Sir Cahir his brother was killed he was not married, was but 21 years of age and had no children. As history will later attest to the descendants of Sean O'Dochartaigh mainly the Dougherty/Daugherty Clann had a direct hand in the establishment, exploration, defense and settlement of the United States of America. 12. Virginia Land, Marriage and Probate Records: Individual: Michael Dougherty Date: April 5, 1755 Location: Augusta Co., VA Record Type: Probate Record ID: 36465 Description: Appraiser Book-Page: WB2-111 Remarks: John Sprout (Sproul?) appraisement by John Maxwell and Michael Dougherty. This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley 13. Virginia Land, Marriage and Probate Records: Individual: Michael Dougherty Date: Aug 20, 1752 Location: Augusta Co., VA Record Type: Land Record ID: 31669 Description: Neighbor Book-Page: 4-476 Property: 129 acres; Poplar Spring of North Branch of James between Mill Creek and the river; Michael Dougherty's line. This land record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley14. Virginia Land, Marriage and Probate Records: Individual: Michael Dougherty Date: May 8, 1754 Location: Augusta Co., VA Record Type: Probate Record ID: 36426 Description: Appraiser Book-Page: WB2-69 Remarks: Philip Chittam's inventory, by John Maxwell, Saml. Walker, Michael Dougherty. Note - Spinning wheel in nearly all inventories. This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley 15. Virginia Land, Marriage and Probate Records: Individual: Michael Dougherty Date: Nov 28, 1751 Location: Augusta Co., VA Record Type: Land Record ID: 31573 Description: Grantee Book-Page: 4-104 Property: 207 acres, Cedar Creek in Forks of James, where Mary Douchort lives; McDowell's line. Remarks: Land originally by patent 3 Nov. 1750. This land record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley
Shawnee Heritage By Don Greene, Noel Schutz
moytoy,elizabeth aka ravens sister elizabeth hop elizabeth raven-elizabeth moytoy-elizabeth greenwood
chalakatha pekowi born 1724 nickajack tn died 1819 nickajack tn
daughter of ahneewakee muskrat 04 chalakatha pekowi and raven hop/1680 chalakatha adopted daughter of
john cheesquatalone greenwood/03, blind savannah clan cherokee wife 1st 1739 nickjack tn of bernard
hughes 1719 white, 2nd 1744 running water tn of john trader vann 2 15 1/2/------------------------
moyt oy,ahneewakee aka ahneewakee muskrat-anuwagi- chalkatha pekowi born 1704
chota tn died 1744 chota tn..daughter of oshaqua 1 muskrat 1 moytoy 5 pekowi and swan wapehti
hop 1686 chalakatha, blind savannah clan cherokee , read , spoke and ciphered in english,
wife 1st of 1718 chota tn of her uncle raven hop raven of hiwassee raven moytoy/1680
chalakatha 2nd 1727 chota tn of john cheesquatalone greenwood 1700 -15 16th chalakatha
kishpoko black metis, 3rd 1739 chota tn of cornelius dougherty/1700 1/2 cherokee metis
mother with raven hop of bushy head chiesatebe hop 18, savenooka hop/20, goohsohly-go
slowy-golalu hop 22, nancy augustus hop/24, and elizabeth ravens sister hop/26 all chalakatha
with greenwood of john sour mush greenwood/30, skienah-hawk greenwood-moytoy... 36 cheekee 2/37 and
ground squirrel skiuka (greenwood-moytoy) 38 all 31/31nd chalakatha pekowi kishpoko black metis
adopted mother 1736 of amoyah pigeon hop 36, mother with doughterty of jennie dougherty 40,
james dougherty/42, john dougherty 44 all 1/2 chalakatha pekowi cherokee metis
Full blood Cherokee
Some researchers reflect Amadoya Moytoy had 3 sons and 8 daughters. Some researchers show these additional children:
(1) Ailsey, born 1672, married Cornelius Dougherty, born 1660
( 2) Unknown, born 1675
(3) Aganusitsi Quatie, born 1680, married John Beamer, born 1676, married Tsula Fox Smalpox Conjuror in 1699, born 1670 in Settico;
(4) Caulanna Raven of Chota Sour Hominy, born 1685, killed in battle in 1741, married Nancy. He was also known as Corani, Corane, Kalanu, Kanahena, and Sour Mush.
The second white person of whom there is grounds to suppose traversed Surry County (NC) was a trader by the name of Daugherty, who by 1690 had taken up permanent residence in the chief village of the Cherokees, and was exerting a powerful influence over those people. At the time Daugherty carried on his fur trade, the trail from Richmond, Virginia, passed through the section about Danville and then joined the Saura-Saponi route which was being extensively used. The western fork of this trail served as a convenient connection twith the Occonee path which followed the course of the upper Yadkin to its source thence crossed the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Watauga river, and along that stream to the Holston, then down the latter river to the Cherokee capital. Footnote Report of Bureau of Ethnology, 1883-84, Vol 5, page138. Source Hollingsworth, Jesse Gentry. History of Surry County, or, Annals of the northwest North Carolina, unknown, unknown, c1935, 287 pgs ----------------------------------------------- In 1690 Cornelius Dougherty, and Irish trader from Virginia, went to live among the Cherokees. - 53_ The first permanent white settlement in South Carolinawas in the vicinity of the present Charleston in April, 1670. 54_----------------------------------- Very soon its people began to trade withthe Indians of that region, exchanging for peltries certain articles which proved most attractive to the aborigines. This lucrative business spread rapidly to Indians living further away until it has crossed South Carolina, passed over the Appalachians and even reached the tributary streams of the Mississippi River and even, at last, the great waterway itself. It reached the Cherokees at an early date. in 1684, when the whites had been in South Caroline only fourteen years the government at Charles Town entered in to a written treaty with chiefs of the Lower Cherokees. Soon Cherokees beyond the Appalachians were brought into these commercial relations. Footnotes 53_ W. W. Clayton's History of Davidson County, Tennessee, 1880 17: Mooney's Myths of the Cherokee, 1902, 31, 238. - 54 Rivers's Historical Sketches of South Caroline, 1856, 94-95, 127-128; Mooney's Myths of the Cherokee, 1902, 31. ----------------------- It was in this year that Cornelius Dougherty, and Irishman from Virginia, expatriated himself and went to live among the Cherokees, the first white trader with them, as he was the first white man to take up his abode in Western North Carolina. This he did, not as a white settler, but as an adopted Indian. He resided on the Little Tennessee River and spent there the remainder of his life, leaving Indian descendants, some of whom "still occupy honored positions in the tribe. (479) Footnote - (479) Mooney's Myths of the Cherokee, 1902, 31; 1 Collections of the Historical Society of South Carolina, 1857, 208-209. Source Sondley, F.A. "History of Buncombe County, North Carolina." Ashville, NC: Advocate Print Co, 1930, 963 pgs (p. 14, 348) ---------- The ineterval that elapsed between 1?21 and 1743 was without doubt, it is siad, the most prosperous years of the peltry trade, and the most peaceful in the relations of Carolina and the Cherokee Nation. (1) Cornelius Dougherty, the oldest trader amoung the Cherokees, whose trading-house stood inthe town of Tugaloo as late as 1755, anticipated, if the winter of that year was butr tolerably favorable for hunting, collecting from his district alone in the nation 14,000 of buckskin leathers. Three years before the entire nation had been mapped off into thirteen hunting ranges or districts and a trader appointed to every one. Estimating these, says Logan, at but two-thirds of what Dougherty expected gathering, the production of the entifre Cherokee country would be more than 100,000 pounds of buckskin leather besides the abundant supply of skins of other wild animals. The average weight of deerskins is four pounds to the skin, there being little difference in the weight, dry or raw. Dougherty expected, therefore, observes Logan, the hunters in the Tugaloo range to bring down with their rifles 3500 deer, making for the whole nation about 25,000 annually. In 1755, 100 deerskins were worth in Charlestown about $250 of our present money. Tugaloo, Dougherty's range alone, therefore, was expected to yield about $62,500. ....." (page 271) - (1) History of Upper So. Ca. (Logan), 383. Source: The History of South Carolina Under the Royal Government, 1719 -1776 By Edward McCrady p. 271 -------------------- 1719 NC Cornelius Daugherty had been settled among the Cherokees since 1719 and had become the principal trader there by 1758 Source: Newberrt Davenport data by Dr. John Scott Davenport,of Holmdel, New Jersey " ....The first white man who is known to have resided among them was one Cornelius Dougherty, and enterprising, but lax-principled Irishman, who established himself as a trader in one of the Cherokee Towns in 1690" (1) Peyton's History of Augusta County, p. 6 ----------Source: The Conquest of Virginia: the Forest Primeval: An Account, Based on Original Documents, of the Indians in that Portion of the continent in which was Established the First English Colony in America..... By Conway Whittle Sams, CR 1916. The Knickerbocker Press, New York. page 390 ------------ p. 11 "In 1690 Cornelius Daugherty, a Virginia Irishman, established himself among the tribe with whom he spent the remainder of his life. He was followed by other traders, some odf whom were not on the very best terms with the aborigines, due chiefly to their custom of purchasing or capturing Indians to be sold in the settlements or to the West Indies, and to their general conduct toward the natives which was described as sometimes "very abuseful"." Footnote: Hewat, A., historical Account of the rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Caroline and Georgia VI pp. 297, 298. Source John Ross and the Cherokee Indians - Page 11 by Rachel Caroline Eaton - 1914 - 212 pages ------- Cornelius Dougherty Acreage: 300 Warrant Date: 7 Apr 1769 Warrant Location: Np-2914 - Index of Early Pennsylvania Land Warrants, 1733-1987 from the Pennsylvania State Archives. Stevens, Pennsylvania: Ken McCrea, 2010 ------- Cornelius Dougherty Acreage: 300 Warrant Date: 25 Jul 1769 Warrant Location: Np-3677
Ah-nee-wa-kee had several children by at least two different men.
She married an unknown man in 1725 (presumed to be a Cherokee brave) and had several children - one of which was a daughter named Pratchey.
Pratchey married Capt. Richard Pearis and had a son who went by "Indian" George Parris.
Indian George's son, Moses, had a daughter named Sarah "Sallie" Parris by a woman named Annie Wickett (daughter of Charlotte Standingdeer and William Quincy Wickett.)
In 1740, Ah-nee-wa-kee married Cornelius Dougherty/Daugherty. He was a trader amongst the Cherokee who was born in either Scotland or Virginia. She had three (I think) children by Cornelius.
Jane "Jennie", John (who married Nelly Parris, "Indian" George's sister), and
James Sr. married Agnes Susannah "Sookie" McDaniel, daughter of "Granny Hopper" and grand-daughter of "Old Hop" (brother of Moytoy and son of Amatoya).
James Sr. and Sookie had a son, James Jr.
James Jr. married Mary Elizabeth Dean and had several children, one of which was Susannah Daugherty.
This is where the paths of the two sets of children cross.
Both "Sallie" Parris and Susannah Daugherty married a man named John F. "Jack" Langley.
Sallie was his first wife, and Susannah was his second wife (Susannah's first husband's surname was McClure).
I descend from a child by each wife. Jack and Sallie's daughter, Jane "Jennie" Langley, married Alfred Gravitt.
Their daughter, Elizabeth Jane "Jennie" Gravitt, married Marcus Young Leach.
Lizzie's daughter, Mattie Evelyn Leach, married an Irish immigrant named Andrew Jackson Watts.
Jack and Susannah's son, Zachariah Taylor "Zack" Langley, married Mary Rebeckah Waters (daughter of William "Mike" Waters and Hannah Watkins).
Their son, Marion Jackson Langley, married Lena Althea "Lennie" Hill.
Dougherty, Cornelius Acres: 500 Book: 3 Survey Date: 19 Dec 1783 County: Lincoln Water Course: Muddy Cr Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER II VIRGINIA GRANTS (1782-1792) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 44 More Info: Grantee: Dougherty, Cornelius Acres: 500 Book: 3 Page: 427 Date Survey: 12-19-1783 County: Lincoln Watercourse: Muddy Cr -----------Dougherty, Cornelius Acres: 100 Book: 9 Survey Date: 15 Jul 1785 County: Lincoln Water Course: Paint Lick Cr Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER II VIRGINIA GRANTS (1782-1792) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 44 More Info: Grantee: Dougherty, Cornelius Acres: 100 Book: 9 Page: 467 Date Survey: 7-15-1785 County: Lincoln Watercourse: Paint Lick Cr
War Of 1812
Cornelius Dougherty Company: 1 RIFLE REG'T (ALLEN'S), KENTUCKY VOLS. Rank - Discharge: Roll Box: 60 Roll Exct: 602
Cornelius Dougherty Company: 11 REGIMENT (WILLIAMS') MOUNTED, KENTUCKY VOLS. Rank - Rank - Discharge: Roll Box: 60 Roll Exct: 602
New York Genealogical Records, 1675-1920 - Cornelius Dougherty Event: Lived Year: 1776 County: Albany Province: New York Comments: Tenth Regiment Source: New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, Vol. I - Extracts Publisher: J. B. Lyon Co. Publication info: Albany, NY, 1904 Page: 118
Charles Daugherty/Dougherty was killed in an Indian raid lead by Chief Cornstalk. Cornstalk was a Shawnee Chief, diplomat who lead raids in to the Greenbrier Valley area of West Virginia. He was the commander and chief of the combined Indian forces at the Battle of Point Pleasant. Sources: Willliam C. Stewart "The Dougherty's of Kentucky". Charles Dougherty was one of three son's of Michael Mor Dougherty-I and Catherine Rodgers Dougherty, both of Lagan Valley,. Charles and his wife Rebecca Cunningham Daugherty from Valley Lagan, all traveled to New Castle County, Delaware arriving on 10 December, 1728. Charles had two brothers, Michael Dougherty-II and William Dougherty. All three son's were also born in Ireland and accompanied their parents to America landing at New Castle County, Delaware on 10 December, 1728.From New Castle the family immediately moved to Newlondon Derry, Chester County Pennsylvania and stayed there until circa 1738 when they moved to "Borden's Great Grant in what is now Rockbridge County, Virginia but at the time the family moved it was in Augusta County, Virginia. Accompanying the Michael Mor Dougherty-I family to America were several brothers to Michael Mor Dougherty-I along with a host of in-laws: A brother Hugh Dougherty who moved to Augusta County, Virginia shortly after landing at New Castle, Delaware and along with a John Caldwell helped to establish the Cub Creek Presbyterian community in Augusta County, Virginia; Another brother on the trip was a Cornelius Dougherty and a third brother on the trip was named John Doughert. Reference: ADDITIONAL NOTES ON THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR, By Charles E. Kemper it states: "17. C. Daugherty vs. John Frazier. "Not executed by reason of the Indians." 3d Wednesday in November, p.53. additionally, 19. John Harvie vs. John Daugherty. "Not executed by reason of the e nemy Indians." 3d Wednesday in May, 1758, p. 66. The Daugherty family lived on the James River in present Rockbridge Co. Va., on Mill Creek. Survey book, No. 1, p.4." Charles Daugherty and his family as previously stated moved to Augusta County, Virginia, at that point in time, Augusta County, Virginia covered all of western Virginia and almost all of Kentucky and Tennessee, however, at a later date the county would be divided up and other counties and states formed from the original Augusta County.Charles Dougherty was killed in an Indian raid by a Shawnee Indian Chief named Cornstalk on 17 July, 1763. The 17th July, 1763 was a Sunday and Charles's family was all away from home attending the Timber Ridge Church with the serm on and services were conducted by the Reverand John Brown. During the church intermission between the morning and evening sermons some alarm was given, but such reports were frequently started without foundation, and therefore not much attention was paid to the alarm. At any rate Charles Daugherty was killed and scalped by the Indians and his father Michael Mor Dougherty-I also died in the same year 1763 at an age of more than 61 years old. The Indian raid that Charles was killed in was the same one that Charles's brothers wife Elizabeth Bunch Dougherty rode a horse down the valley warning all the settlers that the Indians were coming and to hid in the mountains. Charles lived further down the Valley and never heard the warning. Annals of Augusta County: On page 172 of the Annals it is stated that the following happened: "Leaving the site of old Millborough, the savages passed over Mill Mountain at a low place still called the "Indian Trail." Coming on the waters of Bratton's Run, they crossed the North mountain, where it is now crossed by the road leading from Lexington to the Rockbridge Alum Springs, and where there is a large heap of stones, supposed to have been piled up by Indians. From this point they had a full view of the peaceful valley of Kerr's Creek. Hastening down the mountain, they began the work of indiscriminate slaughter. Coming first to the house of Charles Daugherty, he and his whole family were murdered. Note: His story later refutes that Charles and his entire family were murdered and scalped. History indicates that Charles's wife Rebecca is recorded in history following the death of Charles. They next came to the house of Jacob Cunningham, who was from home, but his wife was killed, and his daughter, about ten years of age, scalped and left for dead. She revived, was carried off as a prisoner in the second invasion, was redeemed, and lived for forty years afterwards, but finally died from the effects of the scalping". The annals goes on to name and give details about the different families that were murdered or captured. The truth of Charles Daugherty is that he was home and his family was away at church and only he was killed. His wife Rebecca nee Daugherty and family were later documented in the will of Charles and Rebecca was named as Administrator so she and the children could not have been killed by the Indians as the Annals state. Charles and Rebecca nee Cunningham Dougherty are known to have had at least 12 children: Catherine Daugherty, Cornelius Daugherty, George Daugherty, Sr., Anthony Daugherty, James Daugherty, William Daugherty, Sr., Thomas Daugherty, Daniel Daugherty, David M. Daugherty, Henry Daugherty, Rebecca Daugherty, and Hugh Daugherty. There may have been more children butthis is all the historical documents mention? As a person can readily see it was this time frame that the DOUGHERTY family started to spell Thier names as DAUGHERTY, and depending on location and the ability of the person to read and write the name was spelled in all variations besides just Daugherty and Dougherty. Any way the name was spelled most were related to the original Dougherty's from Valley Lagan, County Donegal Ireland. Even the Dougherty's who immigrated to America during the great potato famine came from County Donegal and were also probably related in some form or another to the Dougherty's who arrived on the 10th December, 1728. Sources William C. Stewart "The Doughertys of Kentucky" Liam (Oge)'s son Michael (Mor) and his family immigrated to America in 1727, probably with the large Caldwell settlement to New Castle, DE. Joseph Caldwell was the Daughertys' Presbyterian landlord who immigrated because of the English crown's persecution of non-Anglicans, both Protestant and Catholic.With his brothers and brothers-in-law (including a Dougherty), and others they sailed from the port of Londonderry. After landing in Delaware, the group moved through Pennsylvania and south to Virginia, where many of them formed a Caldwell settlement near Charlotte. Another of the families was Patton, which we see in frequent contact with the Daughertys, Magills, and Pattersons in Augusta Co., VA. By 1735 Michael (Mor) Dochartaigh/Doherty/Daugherty was a storekeeper in Newlondon Derry, Chester Co., PA. Abt 25 Jan 1737/8 he and his wife and sons moved with the colony southwest to Augusta Co., VA, settling on Borden's Great Grant in what later became Rockbridge Co. (There may have been daughters we don't know about). William Daugherty (called "Sam" by the Cherokee) was one of the first Indian agents for the colony of Virginia; he married Elizabeth Bunch, a Cherokee. Michael (Oge) Daugherty married Mary Clark. Charles Daugherty married Rebecca Cunningham whose family came from Ireland with the same colony. Charles, our ancestor, was killed 17 Jul 1763 by Cornstalk's Shawnee raiding party on Kerr Creek; his family was spared by being at church. William's wife Elizabeth was a heroine, riding up the valley to warn other settlers. After those attacks, William and Elizabeth moved further south. William and Michael (Oge) died in Montgomery Co., VA. Many of the children and grandchildren of Michael (Mor) Daugherty were pioneer settlers in Lincoln Co., KY, starting in 1775. The O'Dochartaigh Clan Hq. & Research Center was established on Inch Island at least 15 years ago but is now on the seaside at Buncrana. NOTE: "Mor" means Senior, and "Oge" means Junior.
Misc Note - The O’Dohertys were the Gaelic rulers of Inishowen and the remains of many of their fortifications are scattered throughout the peninsula. Burt Castle was a 16th-century fortress of the O’Doherty clan, one of four guarding the south-west approaches to Inishowen, and in its day was a place of great strategic importance. Further on at Inch Island is Inch Castle, built in the early part of the 15th century and another stronghold of the once powerful O’Dohertys. Both Burt and Inch castles fell into the hands of the English after the failure of Sir Cahir O’Doherty’s short-lived rebellion in 1608. The walls are built of rough rubble and the keep is three storeys. There are two circular watch towers which offer superb views of the surrounding countryside. They both have openings for muskets. The original walls and outer defenses are no longer visible -------------- Liam O'DOUGHERTY Sex: M Birth: 1605 in Isle of Barth (Burt), Co. Donegal, Ireland Note: just before the uprising of 1608, probably in Burt Castle prior to the clan's exodus from Burt. It is thought from folk tales that he married a McDevittDeath: in Laggan Valley, Raphoe, Co. Donegal, Ireland Father: Sean O'DOCHARTAIGH b: 1565 in Elagh Castle, Elaghmore, Tyrconnell, Ireland Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown Children" Liam O'DOUGHERTY b ABT 1645 in Laggan Valley, Co. Donegal, Ireland Sources Title: Dochartaigh Clan Hq., Location: Buncrana, Inishowen, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Abbrev: Dochartaigh Clan Hq. Author: Inishowen Genealogy, Compiler: Patrick Dougherty Publication: Oct 2003 -------- Pioneer Irish in New England CHAPTER XVII page 265 We find Irishmen among the colonial merchants and traders. Cornelius Dougherty, an Indian trader from Virginia, was the first white man known to have penetrated the territory now embraced in the State of Kentucky (1690). John Anderson, the Irishman from Dublin, or, as the Dutch expressed it, Jan Andriessen, de Iersman van Dublingh, traded with the Indians on the Hudson River between 1649 and 1657, and Thomas Lewis, usually referred to in the Dutch records as Thomas, the Irishman, also traded with the Indians on the Hudson River in 1662. Thomas Lynch and Anthony Duane, both from Galway, Ireland, appear in New York records of the late years of the seventeenth century as prominently as any of the Dutch or English merchants of their time. Among merchants and landowners in New York, 1674-1677, we find William Walsh and Hugh ONeil; and Dr. William Hayes from Barrys Court, Ireland, is mentioned by OCallaghan as the physician who attended to the ills of the Dutch and English residents of New Amsterdam in the year 1647. William Hogan, van Bor in Ierlandt in de Kings County, i.e., William Hogan, who was born in Birr, in Kings (now Offaly) County, Ireland, was a merchant in Albany in 1680. The Newlins from Mountmellick, Ireland, who came in the Welcome with William Penn in 1682, were active business men in Philadelphia. Dennis Rochford from Wexford, who also came in the Welcome, was a man of much prominence in Philadelphia, and in 1683 he was a member of the First Provincial Council of the Province of Pennsylvania. Few of these receive any mention in the historical works that are read by the general public; their racial identity became submerged with the English, and consequently, they are almost unknown to the American people.
1704 Virginia Quit Rent Rolls - Partial List - 1704 Accomac County, Virginia
Majr. Bennie (?) Scarbrough
Charles Bally (?Bailey)
Coll. Edmund Scarbrough
Edmd. Bally (?Bailey)
Edwd. Bally (?Bailey)
Mrs. Elizb. Scarbrough
Jno. Savage, Senr.
John West, Junr.
Joseph Touser (?Douser)
Jno. Bally (?Bailey)
Mr. John Watts
Jno. Carter on Fox Island
Jno. Wise, Senr.
Jno. Wise, Junr.
Mrs. Matitilda West
Richd. Bally, Senr. (?Bailey)
Richd. Bally, Junr. (?Bailey)
Rowland Savage Senr.
Tho. Bell, Senr.
Tho. Bell, Junr.
Tho Smith, (Savannah - this was part of Accomac County. Va.)
Wm. Waite, Junr.
Wm. Waite, Senr.
lived outside of the county....
Henry Smith - at ye Southerd
POLL OF Amelia County, Virginia 1768 - Partial List
Capt. John Winn's Poll
Peter Jones (shf)
John Beazley ? (?Beasley)
William Booth Jr.
John Pride Sr.
John F. Smith
Thomas Jones (Glof)
John Pride Jr
Tom Branch Wilson
Thomas Walker Jr
Mr. John Scott's Poll
Daniel Willson Jr.
George Hendrick (?Hendricks -?Hendrix)
Thomas Walke (?Walker)
George C. White
John Pride Sr
Bernard Hendrik (?Hendrix - Hendricks)
John Pride Jr
Benjamin Hendrik(?Hendrix - Hendricks)
Obediah Hendricks (?Hendrix - Hendrick)
Richard Borrum Sr
Col. Thos. Tabb's Poll
Daniel Willson Jr
Thomas Walke (?Walker)
Peter Dupuy Jr
John P. Dupuy
Moses Estes Sr.
John Compton Jr
Peter Jones Sr
William Wilson Sr
Frances Anderson Jr
John Steaurt Sr
John Howsin (?Dowsin)
Wm Stoce ? (?Stuckey - ?Stocey - ?Stocer)
Saml Picherson (?Richerson)
Robert Stoker senr.
John F. Smith
Robert Vaughan Jr
Thomas Pain (?Payne, Paine)
Benja Hendrake Jr - NOTE Above - Mr John Scotts Poll name spelled Benjamin Hendrik(?Hendrix - Hendricks) so the spelling was changed?
Obadiah Hendrake -NOTE Above - Mr John Scotts Poll name spelledObediah Hendrick (?Hendrix - Hendricks) so the spelling was changed?
Thos B. Wilson
Robt Vaughan Sr
Thos Dodson Jr.
Capt Robert Mumford's Poll
Peter Jones Shf
Peter Jones S. H
Peter Dupee Jr.
John Wilson Sr.
Jno. Bartholeman Dupee
Samuel Vaughan Sr.
William Booth Jr.
Peter Jones Sr
Thomas Olley ?
Wm Sale ?
Jno. Wilson Jr.
Tho. Jones (Gt)
Robert Vaughan Jr.
Tho Jones (note)
John Smith L
Brunswick County, Virginia Poll List 1748 created from Prince George County. Partial List
Col. John Wall
Thomas Scizon - ???????
Michael Wall, Sheriff.
William Smith (Little)
William Smith (again)
Michael Wall, Sheriff.
Capt. Edmunds Pole
John Wall Jr.
Michael Wall Junr.
Michael Wall, Sheriff.
Michael Wall, Sheriff.
Pole For Drury Stith
Thomas Loyd (Sworn)
Robt. Rynolds (?Reynolds)
Chas. Matthis (Sworn)
William Scoggin ?
Drury Malone (Sworn)
Thomas Lloyd Senr.
Michael Wall, Sheriff.
Pole For Sterling Clark
Thomas Lloyd Senr.
William Duggar (?Dozier)
Michael Wall, Sheriff.
Virginia Quit Rent Roll 1704 Charles City County - Partial List
persons living outside the county
Rich. Smith - James City, County
William Lagg, - Henrico County (?could the surname be Lang)
Caroline County Personal Property List 1783 - Partial List
Rennolds Eliz (?Reynolds)
Bullard Ambrose (?Ballard)
Burrus John (?Burrows)
Godbey John (?Godfey - Godfrey)
Rennolds Elizabeth (?Reynolds)
Rennolds Rob (?Reynolds)
Rennolds Jacob (?Reynolds)
Wyatt Richard Senr.
Wyatt Richard Junr.
Sutton John Junr.
Burrus (?) Samuel (?Burrows)
1804 Cumberland County Virginia Poll List - Partial List
Dr. Richard Field of Brunswick
James Allen of Shenandoah
George Wythe of City Of Richmond
Ben Allen Sr.
John J. Renalds (?Rennolds, Reynolds)
William B. Taley
William Talley Sr.
Wiliam Starkly (?Starkey, Stuckey)
1782 Personal Propety List Dinwiddle County Virginia - Partial List
Taken by John Jones Senr.
Edward Birchett , William Birchett (?Burkett)
James Birchett (?Burkett)
Estate - James Cocke
Harwood Goodwyn (?Goodwin)
John Loyd (?Lloyd)
Benjamin Moore, Jno Moore
Ben Moore, James Moore
Aaron Pritchett, Jesse Pritchett
Martha Piercey (?Pierce)
Charles Roper Jr
Charles Roper Senr
Major Thomas Scott, Burwell Carter
Thomas Scott Junr, Jonathan Cook
John Epes Scott
John Scott (Car)
Richard Stewart, Ambrose Vaughan
Richard Taliaferro, Robert Morris
John TallyWilliam Vaughan
Taken by Dun (Duncan) Rose Gent
Thomas Dillard, John Dillard, Edward Dillard
Colo William Diggs
Bozwell Goodwin, Stephen Goodwin,
John Hawks (exempted from court)
Estate- Robert Shipwith, John Phillups
Joseph Turner for Abram
Taken by Joseph Jones
Roger Atkinson, John Atkinson
Peter Boiser (?Dozier, Dosier, Boisseau)
Capt William Lewis
Joseph Lewis, Wm Lewis
Thomas Walke (?Walker)
William Wills Senr.
Taken by Phillip Jones
William Carter Junr.
Estate - Fredk Dixon
1759 Elizabeth City, County Virginia - A Poll - Partial List
Election Of Burgesses
Thos. Skinner Junr.
Nicholas Bayley (?Bailey)
1704 Virginia Quit Rent Roll Elizabeth City County, Virginia - Partial List
Col Wm, Wilson
Coll. Dudley Diggs
Saml. Pearce (?Pierce)
Mr. James Wallace
Giles Dupra - (?Dupuy, Dupree)
Jno. Bayley (?Baliey, Bally)
Capt. Augustine More (?Moore)
John More (?Moore)
Mr. John Turner
Henry Royall Sheriff.
Mr. Francis Ballard p Selden
Mr William Lowry
1704 and 1715 Exxex Co., Virginia Rent Roll - An Annotated Copy - Partial List
William Beezley (?Beesley, Beasley)
William Beezley Jr.
Richard Cocke Jr.
Thomas Dicks (probably Thomas Dixon)
John Doughty (?Dozier, Douge)
Jonathan Gibson died in King George County.
George Lyod (?Lloyd)
Cornelius Renolds (?Reynolds)
James Renolds Sr.
John Renolds Jr.
Edward Rowzee married Mary Pierce who survived him and she married Dr. Henry Oswald.
note could the last name have been dowzee, ????????
Ralph Rowzee married 1. Mary Gaines and 2. Rebecca Tomlin note 1st marriage conjectural.
note could the last name have been dowzee, ????????
John Shipley died 1720
Josias Shipp died 1706
1741 Election Poll of Burgesses - Essex Co., Virginia - Partial List -
candidate Wm Beverley
Thos Paine (?Payne)
Nichs Adkinson (?Atkinson)
Edward Rowzie Jr. ? (?Rowzee, Dowzie)
Thos Price Gent
candidate Thomas Waring
candidate James Garnett
1758 Frederick Co., Virginia Poll for Colo. Washington - Partial List
Jas. Carter Jr.
Jos, Edwards Jr.
Rev. John Hoge
Jas Hoge Jr.
Henry Moore Gent.
Jno. Fred Vanfagan
1704 Rent Roll - Gloucester Co., Va. - Partial List
Capt David Alexander
Nichs Lewis - Orphan
Hayes - a Orphan
Wm Richards in Pamunkey
John Kelly - Orphan
1704 Henrico Co., Va. Quit Rent Rolls - Partial List
Note - Orphans Land
1704 Isle Of Wighte Co., Virginia Quit Rent Rolls - Partial List
Joseph Godwin (?Goodwin)
Richd. Reynolds Sen.
Henry Dullard (?Dillard)
Wm. Murfry (?Murray)
Edmund Godwin (?Goodwin)
Coll. Godwin (?Goodwin)
1704 Quit Rent Rolls James City Co., Va. - Partial List
Wm. Bayley (?Bailey)
Henry Duke Jr.
Henry Duke, Esqr.
Edwd Morris Jr
Wm Myers Jr.
Tho. Waid (?Wade)
Alex Walker Jr
Henry Waid (?Wade)
1704 King and Queen Co., Virginia Rent Rolls - Partial List
Thomas Cook Jr.
Thomas Cook Sr.
Nich. Dilliard (?Dillard)
Bernard Paine (?Payne, Pain)
Skippath (Skipwith) Sir Wm. is not paid for
Stark Tho of London w'ch is not paid for
Ben. Wilson - Wyats Land
John Walker - Johnsons Land
King William Parish Vestry Book - Partial List - Names Mentioned - Note You will notice how the surname kept changing.
Jesse de Forest
William Fitzhugh page
Marquis de la Muce
Charles W. Baird
Bartholemy Dupuy - Bart Dupuy
Anthoine Maton (?Matose, Matuce, Matese, Matece)
Pre. Morise (?Morris)
Anthoine Matton (?Matose, Matuce, Matese, Matece)
Etienne Reynaud(?Rennold, Reynold)
William Bif - Indian
Jeny - Indian woman
1711 list of tithables - partial list
William Bif - Indian
Gery (?Jeny) - Indian woman
1712 list of tithables - partial list
1713 list of tithables - partial list
Will. Fri, Indian
1714 list of tithables - partial list
Bely, negro (?Bailey)
Jean Pre Dupuy
1715 list of tithables - partial list
John G. Garner
Robin - Indian
1717 list of tithables - partial list
Bely and Male
Abra. Salle Sr.
Abra. Salle Jr.
Peter Dupuy Sen
Peter Dupuy Jun.
Robert Brown - Indian
1719 list of tithables - partial list
Abrah. Salle Senr.
Abrah. Salle Jun.
Jean Pre Dupuy
Roben Jones Senr.
Roben Jones Jun.
Jac - Indien
1720 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Jacque Dupuy
Jack - Indian
John Peine Jeu.
1723 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Jaque Dupuy
Jean Du Pree
Dik, a negro
Maria and Kate, a negress
Coffe, a negro
Francois, a negro
Jeane, a negress
Jos and Peigue, negroes
Sara, a negress
Manaco, a negro
Jean, a negro
Henry Balle (?Bailey)
Jack - Indian
Frank, a negro
Jeny, a negress
London, a negro
Bety, a negress
Jean Pauel (?Paul)
Linbou, a negro
Mulle, a negro
1724 list of tithables - partial list
Sara, a negress
Jeanne, a black woman
Jean Du Pree
Barthelemy du Puy
Jean Jaque du Puy
a negress Sara
Jack a negro
Jack - Indian
Monk, a black
Pierre du Puy
1725 list of tithables - partial list
Francois du Puy
Jean Jaqye Dupuy
Monok, a negro
John du Pree
1726 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Jacque Dupuy
Jean du Pree
1729 list of tithables - partial list
Jean De Ker
1730 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Dupre and his blacks
Bilippain - Billy Pain
Manac - may be the name of a indian
1731 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Jacue Dupui
Jean Dupre, tithables 4
1732 list of tithables - partial list
Manac - may be a Indian
John James Dupui
1733 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Jaque Dupuy
John Wett, Wott
1734 list of tithables - partial list
Jean Jaque Dupuy
1735 list of tithables - partial list
1736 list of tithables - partial list
Barthelemi and Pierre Dupuy
Jean Jaque Dupuy
The Widow Dupuy
1737 list of tithables - partial list
The Widow Salle
Jean Jaque Dupuy
1738 list of tithables - partial list
Jeame Th. Dilion
Jean Jaque Dupuy
The Widow Dupre
1782 Land Taxed in King William Co., Va. - Partial List
Wm. B. Browne
Ann C. Moore
John S. Moore
King William Co., Va. Personal Property - Partial List
Wm. Allen estate (Reuben Dugar) 1818 NOTE I need a copy of this record ............ firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Allen 1782-1803 texed for 2 in 1802-03
Wm. Allem 1782-1815 taxed for 2 in 1788-89
Wm. Allen Jr 1790-1806
John L. Allen 1782-1795
Obadiah Allen 1799
Thos Allen (S.C.) 1800
Andrew Allen 1800
Levina Allen 1802-1819
Elizabeth Allen 1804-1817 taxed for 2 in 1806-11, 3 in 1812, 4 in 1813
George Allen 1806-1819
Lew Allen 1812-1816
Land Tax King William Co., Va. 1782 -1850 Partial List
Wm Allen 1801-1816
Wm Allen estate 1818-1830
Wm. C. Allen 1831-1850
John Langley Allen 1782-1795
Thos. Allen 1783-1803
1704 King William Co., Va. Quit Rent Roll - Partial List
Wm. Lasy (Lacy)
Jno Coll West
Capt Tho. West
Capt Nathanl West
Wm. Beck (New Kent)
Zachery Lewis (K. Q.)
Lancaster Co., Va. Titheables - Court Order Book 1696/1702 - Partial List
Jno Mott Senr
Mr. Edw.d Carter
Mr. Row Lawson Sr and Jr
Mr. Robert Carter
Mrs. Eliz Pinchard
1716 Christ Church - Partial List - Rowland Lawson's List
Robt Carter Esq.
John Grayson's List
Saint Maryes White Chappell Parish - Capt Richard Ball's List - Partial List
Charles Kelly Jr
Jon Cox of ye hills
John Hawkins Junr
Mr Tho Carter's List - Partial List
Richd Doggett Edw Carter
Benj. Doggett sen.
Benj. Doggell Junr.
Pet Ja Bailey
Capt George Heales List - Partial List
Maj. William Ball's List - Partial List
James Campbell Jr
1749 Lunenburg Co., Va. Tithables - Partial List
Thomas Edwards Sr and Jr
John Lawson Jr
Wm Payne Jr.
Wm Payne Sr.
1704 Quit Rent Rolls Middlesex Co., Va - Partial List
Sr. Wm. Skipwith
1704 Nansemond Co., Va. in Anno - Quit Rent Rolls - Partial List
Tho Duke Jun
Capt James Jossey
Capt. Edmd Godwin
Coll. Tho. Godwin
Living outside of the County
Wm. Lapiter (Lassiter)
Jno. Lapiter (Lassiter)
1704 New Kent Co., Va. Quit Rent Roll - Partial List
Mr Wm. Beck
Henry Duke Esqr
Jno Hogg Jr
James Waid (Wade)
1704 Qiut Rent Rolls Norfolk Co., Va - Partial List
Tho Walice (?Wallace)
James Wilson Jr
Coll. James Wilson
Persons outside of the county
1666 Tithables in Northampton Co., Va. - Partial List
Mary Richardson his wife
1704 Quit Rent Rolls Northampton Co., Va - Partial List
Tho Eyres (Eyre)
Capt John Eyres
Anne Eyres (Wido.)
John Hawkins Jr and SR
Poll Of Vote 1789 Northampton Co., Va - Partial List
Votes for Henry Guy
1734 Orange Co. Va. Tithe List - Partial List
Willm Hokins (Hawkins)
Frances Ward ran away
John Sheldon ran away
John Turner ran away
John Jones ran away
Joseph King ran away
Joseph Motton (Morton)
Colo Auge Moore
1767 Pittsylvania Co., Va. Tithables - Partial List
John Smith and Henry Hains
John Payne Jr
Thomas Dilliard Sr
Thomas Dilliard Jr
James Doss and John Dicker
Zacheriah Doss and John Doss
John VaughnEliphes Shalton
Ralph Shelton Sr
Wm Baily Jr
James Wilson and Moses his son
William Bailey Sr
Fredrick D O Daniel
Henry Atkinson Jr
Robt Dalton Jr
List Taken Between Bush and Buffalo Rivers 1755 - Partial List
Pugh Price Sr and Jr
Thomas Scott Jr
1755 Tithables from Buffalo to the Co. Line - Partial List
1704 Princess Anne Co., Va Quit Rent Roll - Partial List
Mr Benj. Burrough
Coll Antho Lawson
Mr James Doage
Slave Owners 1810 - Partial List
John R. Baley
Caleb Dawley Sr.
Tully Doudge od Joab
Geo S. Gaskins
John Haynes Jr
John Haynes Sr
Wm James Sr
James B. Vaughan
1704 Quit Rent Rolls Prince George Co., Va - Partial List
Capt Jos. Wynn
1771Richmond Co., Va. Election Poll - Partial List
Charles Carter Esq.
Mr Hudson Muse
Spotsylavania Co., Va Slave Owners 1783 -Partial List
William Allen Esqr.
Thomas Allan Paine
Capt Jno Carter Jr
Capt Jno Carter Sen'r
Nich. Hawkins Sen.
Capt Nich. Payne
Daniel Stark (?Starkey)
William Wiatt (?Wyatt)
1668 Surry Co., Va Tithables - Partial List
Lawes Creek 1668
Rob Laine (?Lane)
Mr Arthur Allen
South Wales Parish
Mr John Cary
Luke Mizell and Mate
Christo Vaughan's Sonn
1704 Quit Rent Rolls Surry Co., Va. - Partial List
Maj. Authur Allen
Jno Baile (?Bayly, Bailey, Baly)
Mr Wm Edward (?Edwards)
Capt Wm Gray
Wm Gray Jr
Joseph Ward Jr
1704 Warwick Co. Va., Rent Rolls - Partial List
Majr Will. Cary
Wades - Orphans
Roger Daniell- Orphans
Widdo - Pierce
Mr Henry Cary
Capt Miles Cary
Charles Strukey (?Stuckey)
Cope Doyley (?Dozier, Douge,)
1782 Slave Owners Westmoreland Co., Va. - Partial List
Richard Dozeir Sr.
Joseph Dozeir Richard Dozer - younger
Wm Robinson Dozer
Rich'd Dozier Junr.
Charles Deane SR. and Jr
John Price Jun.
Joseph Pierce Jun.
The Rev. Francis Wilson
1783 City Of Williamsburg Taxable Articles - Partial List
Doct. James Carter
John Carter (Merchant)
Doct. William Carter
William Carter (Taylor)Wilson Cary
John Shipard (?Shipar, ?Sheper, ?Shiperd, ?Shepard)
1763 York - Hampton Parish - York Co., Va. - Partial List
Mr John Goodwin Sr.
Mr Thomas Reynolds
Mr John Godwin (?Goodwin)
Mr William Allin
Mr Hudson Allin
Mr Robert Ballard
Mrs Elizabeth Godwin (?Goodwin)
Mr John Wynne
Col Charles Carter
Mr John Gibbons
Mr Thomas Gibbons
Mr Everand Dowsing
Mr Griffin Stith
Mr Robert Godwin
Mr Augustine Moore
Mr William Adduston Rogers
Mr John Burcher (?Burch)
Mrs Mary Lewis
Mrs Martha Wade
Mr Thomas Wade
Mr James Matt Ince
Mrs Mary Cocket
Mrs Bertha Morris
Mr John Hay
Mr William Cary
Mr George Booth
Mrs Elizabeth Allin
Mr Haldenby Dixon
Mr George Wilson
Mr Thomas Burroughs (?Burrows)
1704 Quit Rent Rolls York Co., Va - Partial List
Rob Starke (?Starkey)
Jno Lewis Esqr.
Jno Doswell Junr.
Wm Gurrow (?Burrow)
1754 Old Papers - Taken for House Of Burgesses - Partial List
Peter Downey (?Douge, Dozier)
Ja' C. Walker
1755 Col George Walkers Poll
Joel Ward Wm Womack
Col. Charles Anderson's Poll
Peter Downe (?Dozier, Douge, Dowge)
Thomas Morton Sr
Thomas Morton Jr.
Sam Wallace (?Wallis)
Register of St. Peter's Parish, pages 1-20 - New Kent Co. VA - Partial List
BIRTHS AND BAPTISMS.
Lydia daughter of James Blackwell and Lydia his wife baptized the 30 ______ 16__.
Thomas the son of Edward Bell & Mary his wife baptized ye 5 day of September 16-.
Mary daughter of Thomas Buttler & Mary his wife baptized ye 7 day of Novr: 16__.
William the son of Will Bingham & Jane his wife baptized ye 28th day of ___, 16__.
Will: ye sone of Will: Bigger was born ye 28th Janu: and baptized 24th of March, 16__.
Betty a negroe girl of Mr: Will Beck borne ye 7th: day of Jany 16__.
Thomas sone to Thomas Browne baptz. ye 27th day of November. 16_8.
Edward son to John Bayly baptiz. ye 30 day of May, 16__.
Mary daught to Charles Bostick baptizd the 24th day of June, ____.
Edward[?], son to Robert Bompus baptizd 16th day of August, ____ ______,
son to John Bayly baptizd ye 8th of June, ____. ______,
daughter to James Blackwell baptizd ye 27th of Sept., ____.
Richd.[?], son to Richard Brock baptizd ye 11th of Oct., ______.
Francis son to Jno. Barnet bapt: ye 28 of June ____.
Joseph son to Abraham Benn baptizd ye 18th of Oct., ______.
John son of Charles Barker by Rebeck his wife baptizd __, ______,
Jno. son of Jno. Brown and Eliz. his wife baptizd ye 10th of June, ____
Anne daughter of Jno. Baughan and Mary his wife born ______, and baptized the 10th day of July, ____.
Anne daughter of Joseph Baughan bapt. _____.
Elizabeth daughter of John Barnes baptiz. 2_, ____.
Judith daughter of Robt. Bumpus bapt. __, ____.
Jane daughter of John Burnley bapt. __, ____.
Katherine daughter of Richard Bullock bapt. __, ____.
John son of Thomas Bassett bapt. the 5th of Feby., ____.
John son of Henry Borne by Sarah his wife bapt. 19th Mar, ____.
Ellener daughter Robert Brooks bapt. July __, ____.
Nathan son of John Barnett bapt. 27, ____.
Dorothy daughter of Edwd. Bullock bapt. __, ____.
John son of James Blackwell bapt. __, ____.
Sarah daughter of Robert Brooks bapt. 11, ____.
Margery daughter of Benj. Bulkley bapt. __, ____.
Sarah daughter of Henry Bourn bapt. __, ____.
John son of Thomas Brook & his wife Margt. bapt. __, ____.
Mary daughter of James Blackwell bapt. 24th De_, ____.
Elizabeth daughter of Jno Baughan Junr bapt. May __, ____.
Thomas son of Thomas Briggman bapt. the 3 Nov. __, ____.
Mary daughter of Richard Brooker bapt. 1st D___, ____.
John son of John Barnes bapt. the 29 , De__, ____.
Elizabeth daughter of John Brown bapt. __, ____.
Amadiah daughter of Christopher Binns bapt. 23 Feby, ____.
______ daughter of Henry Bone born 1st of March, ____.
______ daughter of David Bell born 2 Jany., ____.
______ daughter of John Burley bapt. ye 20 july, ____,
______ daughter of Robert Brooks bapt. 6 July, ____.
______ daughter of Robert Bumpus born 19 Oct, ____.
___tha daughter of __amll. Bugg bapt. ____.
______ Baughan son of Jno Baughan Jur. bapt. ____.
______ ________ Bullock bapt. __, ___ ____.
______ belonging to Mrs. Sarah Bray.
Jacob born May __, 1697.
Pegg born __ October, 1697.
Hannah born July __, 1699.
Rebecca daughter ofHenry Brown bapt. the 28th Mar. 1702/3.
Jane daughter ofHenry Bow baptized the 4 of April, 1703.
Anne daughter ofTho. Bassett bapt. the 20th of June, 1703.
Joshua son of Geo. Brock baptized the 3rd of July, 1703.
______ son of Richard Brooker born 4 Feb'y, 1702/3.
______ of Jno Burnley bapt. ye 21 Nov., 1703.
______ child belonging to Mrs. Alice Butts, __, December 1703.
______ of John Bowles Junr bapt. 13th Feb'y, 1703/4.
______ of Charles Barker bapt. 5 March 1703/4.
______ of David Bell bapt. ye 21 May, 1704.
______ of Edwd Bullock baptized ye 4 of June, 1704.
______ of Thos. Brigman bapt. ye 25 of Feb'y, 1704-5.
______ of Thos. Bassett baptized ye 1 of July, 1705.
______on A: B: child born ye 17 day of August, 1705[?].
______ of Jno. Baughan born ye 5 of May 1706.
______ of Joseph Baughan born ye 17 day of Feb'y, 1702.
______ negro belonging to Mr. Wm Beck
______ day of August, 1704.
______ of Thomas Bassett born ye 10th of Xbr, 1696.
______ son of Thomas Bassett born ye 18th Feb'y, 1701.
______ daughter of Wm Bayzy bapt. ye 5 Feb'y, 1705.
______ Negro girl belonging to Mr. Butts born _____, 1705.
______ of James Bullock bapt 5 Jan'y, 1706-7.
______ of Jno Bibey bapt. ye 5 of Jan'y, 1706-7.
______ _____ter of Thomas Barnes bapt. April 2d, 1708.
______ Negro girl of Madm. Sarah Bray born ye 4th day of July, 1707.
______ daughter of Rich. Brooker bapt. July ye 25, 1708.
______ ___urn a bastard child born March ye 27th, 1708.
______ of Nathaniel Brothers and Mary his wife ______ ye 4th: 1706 and baptized Aug. ye 9th, 1708.
______ Henry Bardrick bapt. Sept. 5, I708.
______ of Jno Bacon born Aug. ye 14th, 1708.
______ son of Jno Bacon born 8ber ye 30th, 1709.
______ belonging to Jno Bacon born April __, 1708.
_____topher Binns bapt. __ b___ No_ ye 21st, 1708.
Thomas Cotterill son of Richard and Mary his wife bapt. ye 11th day of April, 169_.
Timothy ye son of Robert Chandler and Elizth. his wife, bapt. ye 17th day of Oct., 168_.
John ye sone of Nicholas Cox and Mary his wife bapt. ye 31st day of Oct. natt: ye 11th of Oct. 168_.
Susanah daughter to Stephen Crump bapt. ye 4th of September 168_.
Robt sone of Robert Chandler bapt. ye 30th of May 168_.
Elizabeth daughter to Richd Cumbo bapt. ye 17th of February, 168_.
Sara daugt to Richd Chastin bapt. ye 13th day of May, 168_.
Angelica daughter to John Craford bapt. ye 21 of Nov., 1689.
Elizabeth daughter to William Crump bapt. ye 24 day of Aprill, 1692[?].
Rachell daughter to George Cox bapt. ye 1st of June, 1690.
Peter negroe belonging to David Craford borne ye 10th of Oct. 1688.
Thomas sone of Thomas Cranshaw bapt. ye 25 of Decem. 169_.
John son to Robert Chandler bapt. ye 11 of Jan'y, 169_.
Barbara daugh. of Thomas Case and Mary his wife borne Dec. 9 169_ and baptized the 10 July 1698.
James son of Edwd Chambers and Eliz. his wife bapt. 7 Aug. 169_.
Henr son of Henr Childs baptized the 13th of Nov 169_.
Elizabeth daughter of Henr Crumpton bapt. 2 October, 169_.
Margarett daughter of Robt Cade bapt. Nov. ye 27, 169_.
Hannah daut of Benj. Clark by Eliz: wife bapt. the 12 March 169_.
Richard son of Edwd Bullock by Sarah bapt. the 16 Aprill 16__.
William son of Benj. Clark by Mary bapt. the 25 June, 169_.
William son of Robert Chandler bapt. the 26 June, 169_.
Abraham son of Abra. Cox bapt. the 13 Dec., 169_.
Mary daugh. of William Crump bapt. the 9 of June, 16__.
Thomas son of Thos Case natt: the 16 Nov., 169_.
Samuel son of Burnell Chapell bapt. the 4, ___ 16__.
Matthew, son of Abraham Cook born the 27 June, ____.
Mary daug. of Thos Case baptized the 18 Febr., ____.
Joseph son of Robt Chandler baptiz the 11 Augt ____.
Benjamin, son of Benjamin Clark baptiz the 29 Sept. ____.
Stephen son of William Crump baptiz the 3 November, ____.
Francis son of Thomas Cheney baptiz the 15 December, ____.
Walter son of Henr Childes baptiz the 5 of January, ____.
Susana daugt of Robt Crump baptiz the 23 March, ____.
Hannah daught of Abraham Cook baptiz 21 Dec., ____.
Jane dauter of Henr Crumpston bapt. the 15 Mar., ____.
William son of Hugh Case bapt. the 24 ___, ____.
James son of Henr Childes Gent bapt. the 4 ___, ____.
Bryan son of Wm Cooker, bapt. the 10 Oct., ____
Anne, daughter of Henr Crompton, bapt. 25 Dec., ____
Francis a negro boy belonging to Wm C____borne, born the 15 of August, 1703.
Nane negro belonging to Wm Clopton _____ the 29 of Aprill, 1704.
______ Daughter of Robt Chandler baptized ________.
Ba_t ye son of Wm Crump bapt. ye 12 May ____.
Joseph son of Robt Crump bapt. 17 July, 1706.
Negros belonging to David Clarkson: Peg born in 7ber, 1706 and Doll born June 28, 1708.
Mary daughter of Wm Crump born April ye 30th and bapt. May ye 8, 1709.
Gutrich son of Stephen Crump by Anne his wife born May ye 22, 1709.
Phillis a negro girl belonging to Rich. Cotterel Junr born Feb'y ye 10, 1708/9.
Charles son of Richard Crump born Feb'y 2 bapt. Feb'y ye 26, 1709.
Susanna daught of Thomas Cotterel bapt. April ye 1st, 1710.
Jno: a negro belonging to Mr Wm Clopton bapt. June ye 25th, 1710.
Richard Cotterell son of Rich. Cotterell bapt. Dec. ye 17th, 1710.
John son of David Clarkson baptized February ye __, 1710.
Lucy daughter of Robt Crump bapt. Mar the 25th, 1711.
Thomas son of Thomas Cotterell baptized April ye 22nd, 1711.
Mary daughter of James Crump baptized May ye 13th, 1711.
Judith daughter of James Christian baptized May ye 21st, 1711.
Richard son of Richd Crump born 8ber ye 12th bapt. Nov. ye 11th, 1711.
Agnes daughter of Stephen Crump bapt. 9ber ye 25, 1711.
Sarah daughter of Arthur Crue born April ye 21st, 1712.
Anne Daughter of Walter Clopton born July ye 3rd bapt. Aug. 3rd, 1712.
Bathyah (Birtha) Daughter of Robt Clopton born Aug. ye 19th bapt. 7br. ye 28, 1712.
Gideon son of Mr. Wm Carr born January ye 1st & bapt. Feb'y ye 8th, 1712.
Gilbert son of Tho. Cotterell Baptized March ye 5th, 1712.
Agnes Daughter of James Crump Baptized May ye 10th, 1713.
Anne daughter of Wm Crump born 7ber ye 8th & bapt. 8br. ye 4th, 1713.
Charles son of Richd Cotterell Jr. baptized December ye 27th, 1713.
Thomas & Sarah son & daughter of Steph. Crump born Feb'y ye 14th, 1713.
Negros belonging to Major John Custis (viz):
John a mulatto Born March ye 18th, 1709
Patty a negro Born March ye 18th, 1709.
_obb a negro Born 7ber, 1713.
Betty a negro born May __, 1712 .
A_ness Daughter of Robt Cade Born March ye 24th bapt. April ye 25th, 1714.
___rge a negro belonging to Major Custis Born April ye 18th, 1714.
___bin a negro belonging to Mr. Wm Clopton Born June ye 6, 1706.
______ a negro belonging to ye sd Clopton Born May ye 8th, 1707.
______ a negro belonging to ye sd Clopton Born May ye 30th, 1713.
______ negro belonging, to Richd Cotterell Junr Born 7ber ye 15th, 1714.
______ Daughter of Robt Clopton and Sarah his wife Born July Baptised August ye 29th, 1714.
______ negro child belonging to ye sd Robt Clopton Born 7ber. ye 25th, 1714.
______ son of Walter Clopton Born ye 19th of 9ber & Baptised Dec. ye 19th, 1714.
______ of Tho: Cotterell Born December ye. 31st, 1714.
______ Daughter of Richd Crump by Fran. his wife Born Dec. 1714.
______ Daughter of David Clarkson Jnr. Baptised April ye 24th, 1715.
______ Stephen Crump Born ______, Baptised July ye 10th, 1715.
______ negro belonging to Major John Custis Born 8ber ye 16th, 1715.
______ Girl belonging to Robert Clopton, __ember ye 12th: 1715.
Richard the sone of Francis Day and his wife baptised ye 9 day of May, 168_.
Will. the son of Henry Dillan & Elinor his wife baptised ye 1st day of August, 168_.
Geo. sone to Robert Douglas bap. ye 9 day of Aprill, 1682.
Robert son to Robert Douglas bap. ye 15th of February, 1683.
William sone to Robt Depress bap. ye 24th of October, 1689.
Mary daug. to Robt Depress bapt, ye 9 of November, 1690.
Margaret daugh. to Henry Dillan bapt. ye 15th of March, 1690/1.
Rachel daugh. to Alice Doe bap. ye 15 of March, 1690/1.
David son of David and Bethia Bell bap. the 10 July, 1698.
Eliz. daugh. of John Denett & Eliz. his wife bap. 14 August, 1698.
Sarah daugh. to Robt Deprest & Mary his wife bap. 4 Sept., 1698.
Eliz. daugh. of Geo. Dabney bapt. ye 11th of Nov., 1698.
Welthan daugh. of James Dabney bapt. the 8 Jan 1698/9.
Susannah daugh. of James Durrum by Eliz. his wife bap. 19 March, 1698/9.
William son of Will: Doue baptized the 2 July, 1699.(?Douge)
Eliz. Daugh. of Francis Day baptized the 20 Jan 1699.
Elizabeth Daugh. of Robt Deprest baptized the 19 July, 1702.
Perthenia Daugh. of John Dennett borne ye 27 Nov., 1696[?].
Eliza Daugh. of John Dennett borne ye 13 June, 1698.
Thomas sone of John Dennett borne ye 11 of Feb 1699.
John son of John Dennett born ye 21 of October, 1702.
James son of James Durrum baptized ye 23 May, 1703.
Mathew daugh. of Jeremiah Dumas bap. ye 10 October, 1703.
William son of William Dollard bap. ye 19 March, 1703/4.(?Dillard)
Elizabeth Daugh. of James Doller bap. 19th 8br 1703. (?Dillard)
Mary Daughter of Henry Dicks Born the 5th November, 170_.
Edward son of Francis Day & Elisabeth his wife Born 8br ye 1st, 1708.
Francis son of Wm Dollard & Margaret his wife Baptised March 13th, 1708/9.(?Dillard)
Henry son of Henry Dikes Baptised February ye 25th, 1710/11[?].
James son of James Dollard Baptised April ye 15th, 171_.(?Dillard)
Grace Daughter of John Davis Baptised June ye 3rd, 17__.
Elisabeth Daughter of Daniel Design by Mary his wife Baptised 8br ye 26th, ____.
Elisabeth Daughter of Francis Day Baptised March 22, ____.
Francis son of Fra. Day by Elizabeth his wife Born ye 20th of Feb'y, 1714/15.
John son of Henry Dike Born March ye 26th, 1716.
brought from B
Uriah and Hester son and Daughter of Edwd and Rachel Bettes Bapt. Aug'st 14th, 1709.
Jane Daughter of George Baizey Bapt August ye 24th, 1709.
Hannah a negro girl of Mrs. Alice Butts Born April ye 22nd, 1709.
Hagar a negro girl of Madm. Sarah Brays Born Jan'ry ye 1st, 1709.
Elisabeth Daughter of Henry Bardrick Baptised 8br ye 29th, 1710.
Anselm son of Jno Bailey Jur. Baptised April ye 8th, 1711.
Peter son of Richd Brooker Baptsd April ye 8th, 1711.
Jane Daughter of Thomas Bassett Bapt. April ye 29th, 1711.
Peter a negro boy belonging to Madm Sarah Bray Born May ye 3rd, 1711.
Simon a negro boy belonging to Mrs Alice Butts 7br 16th, 1711.
Francis son of Nathaniel Brothers Born February ye 16th, 1711.
Gedion son of Edward Bettes Baptised August ye 3rd, 1711.
Anne Daughter of Wm. Bourn Jur. Baptised March ye 1st, 1712.
Rebecca Daughter of Tho. Barns Baptised March ye 1st, 1712.
Constantine son of Henry Bardrick Baptised March 15th, 1712.
John son of Jno Bacon by Susanna his wife Born May ye 14th, 1711.
Hagar a negro belonging to ye sd Bacon Born June ye 14th, 1711.
Sarah Daughter of Jno Bacon by Susanna his wife Born Dec. 28th, 1712.
Kit a negro boy belonging to ye sd Bacon Born June 13th, 1713.
Venus negro girl belonging to Mr. Tho. Butts Born in July, 1713.
Tabith Daughter of Jno Bailey by Mary his wife, Bap. August 2nd, 1713.
Antapass Daughter of Richard Brooker Baptised Decemr ye 13th, 1713.
Ceasar a negro belonging to Dr. Burbidge Born July, 1713.
Paul a negro belonging to Madam Sarah Bray Born April 20th, 1713.
Francis Daughter of Wm Bourn Jr. Baptised Aug. 8th, 1714.
Peter son of Thomas Butts Gent. by Catherine his wife Born 7br ye 1st, baptd. 8br 3d 1714.
Dick a negro belonging to ye sd Butts Born March ye 1st, 1714.
Fany a negro belonging to ditto Born ye 24th of April, 1715.
Ursula Daughter of Tho. Bassett Born 7br ye 15th, 1715.
Lucy Daughter ofThomas Bailey Born August ye 28th, 1715.
Daniel a negro boy belonging to Wm Bassett Esq. Born May 18th 1716.
John son of Samm. Bugg Born ye 5th of May, 1715.
John son of Robt Burbidge by Mary his wife Born Aug. ye 26, 1714.
Francis son of Jno Epecen bap. ye 17th of Aprill, 168_.
John son of Sisilla Ellison bapt ye 17th Day of February, 168_.
Jane Daughter of Hugh Escott bapt ye 29 day of June, 169_.
Mary Daught of Thomas Elliott bapt. ye 23 of Novemb, 169_.
An Daugt to Hugh Escott born ye 17th of Oct., 168_.
Mary Daugt to Hugh Escott born ye 29 of Jan., 168_.
Jno. son of Thomas Elmor & Mary his wife bapt ye 10 July, 1698.
Will son of Peter Elmor & Rebecka his wife bapt ye 10 July, 1698.
Mary Daugt of Jno Evans and Mary his wife bapt 28 August, 1698.
Pall son of Jno Eperson baptised the 25 Febr, 1699/1700.
Peter son of Peter Elmore by Rebecca his wife bapt. the 9th of June, 1700.
John son of Will. England bapt the 29 Septr, 1700.
Tho. son of Tho. Elmore bapt the 29 Mar., 1702.
Harris son of Peter Elmore Born the 5 July, 1702.
Elizabeth Dautr. of Wm England bapt. ye 22 Nov., 1702.
Mary Dautr. of Richd Evans baptised ye 28 March, 1702/3.
John son of Wm Eppeson baptised the 19 Sept., 1703.
Mary Daut. of Tho. Elmore bapt. ye 20 Augt, 170_.
Elizabeth Daut. of Peter Elmore bapt. ye 17 Sept., 1704.
Bathiah Daught of Peter Elmore bapt. 11 of May, 1707.
Elisabeth Daughter of Jno Epperson bapt June ye 13th, 1708..
William son of Thomas & Elisabeth Epperson Bapt. ye 20th of June, 1708.
Mary Daughter of Peter Elmore Born 8br ye 17th, 1715.
brought from a
Joseph and Benjamin sons of Robt Allen Born April ye 12th, 1711.
Francis Daughter of Jno Apperson born December ye 3rd, 1706.
Elisabeth Daughter of Jno Apperson Born April ye 27th, 1708.
Anne Daughter of Jno Apperson Born March ye 19th, 1710/11.
James son of James Alford Born February ye 7th: Xnd April 12th, 1713.
Henry son of Wm Apperson Born March ye 29th, 1713.
Samuel son of Wm Allin Baptised September ye 20th, 1713.
Judith Daughter of Francis Amoss Baptized January ye 24th, 1713.
John son of Jno Apperson Jur Born Feb. ye 4th Xnd Mar. 21st, 1713.
Drury son of Robert Allen Born April ye 6th: Xnd May ye 2nd, 1714.
Nanny a negro belonging to Mr. Richd Allin Born 7br, 1711.
Ned a negro belonging to ye sd Allin Born June ye 20th, 1713.
Richard a negro belonging to Jno Aldredge Born in September, 1713.
Higins son of John Axford Baptised 7br ye 19th, 1714.
Phil a molatto belonging to Mr. Richd Allin Born Aug. ye 15th, 1698.
Jamy a molatto belonging to Ditto Born October ye 3rd 1704.
Jack a negro belonging to Ditto Born April ye __, 1704.
Warren son of James Alford Baptised August ye 28th, 1715.
Elisabeth Daughter of Wm Apperson Born ye 17th of 7br, 1715.
Mary Daughter of Joseph & Anne Ashling Born Jan'y ye 12th, 1715.
Mary Daughter of Jno Apperson Junr. Born February 26th, 1715.
Frances Daughter of Tho. Apperson Born ____: Baptised April 1st, 1716.
Sue a slave belonging to Jno Aldredge Born in April, 1716.
Elizabeth ye daughter of Charles Fleming & Susanna his wife bapt. ye 28th Oct., 168_.
James Forgeson son of Robert & ______ his wife bap. ye 8th day of March, 168_.
Mary daughter to Edward Finch bapt ye 18th of April, 168_.
Joseph son to Joseph Foster & Eliz: his wife bapt. ye 8th of April, 1687.
Negros belonging to Capt. Joseph Foster
one named: Bebdana borne ye 20th of August, 1682.
One named Jenne borne ye 30th of Jan'y, 1683/4.
One named Sara born ye 20th of Febr'y, 1684/5.
One named Nane borne ye 28th of Aprill, 168_.
Eliz: Daugt to Capt. Joseph Foster & Eliz: his wife bapt ye 27 of Sept. & born ye 1st, 1689.
Luce Daugt of Joseph Foster Gent. by Eliz. his wife born the 5 October, 1697.
Negro Doll born the 20 October 1692,
Negro Will born ye 1st of September, 1697,
both belonging to Capt. Joseph Foster.
Henry son of Edwd Finch bapt. the 15 day of February, 169_.
Barbary daut of Wm Freeman baptised 5 July, 1702[?].
Peter negro belonging to Charles Fleming borne ye 24th of June, 1703.
Robin & Billy negros belonging to Cha. Fleming born ye 12th of June, 1704.
James son of John Finall bapt. ye 17th February, 1702[?].
Hannah Daughter of Wm Fergison bap. ye 3 March, 1704/5.
Sarah a mulatto belonging to Major Field born ye 12 March, 1705.
Dorus a negro belonging to Major Field born ye 23 March, 1705/6.
Eliza. Daughter of Tho. Fuzzell bapt ye 17 July, 1706[?].
Doll a negro girl born in May, Tamar a negro girl born in 8br, both belonging to Chas ______, 1706[?].
Moll a negro girl belonging to Madam Field born 5 7br, 170_.
Elisabeth Daughter of John Fennell baptised March the 3rd, 170_.
Judith Daughter of William Forgeson baptised July the 4th, 1708.
Negros belonging to Mrs. Alice Field
Baptized January ye 2nd, 17__.
Joseph son of Coll. Joseph Foster & Elis: his wife Born October ye 29th, 169_.
Sarah Daughter of Thomas Fuzell baptised April ye 10th, 170_.
Jno son of Jno Foster Gent. by Jane his wife Born ye 10th day of June, 17__.
Betty a negro girl belonging to Sarah Fleming Born Mar. ye 4th, ____.
Phebe a negro girl belonging to Madm. Alice Field Born March ye 9th, ____.
Toby a negro boy belonging to Madm. Alice Field Born April __, ____.
Landa a negro belonging to Capt. Jno Foster Born July ye __, ____.
Mary Daughter of John Fenill Born May ye 1st, ____.
Hannah a negro being Born April ye 8th belonging to ____ ____, which was given to the said Sarah by her Father ____.
Primas a negro belonging to Madm. Alice Field, ________ .
Martha Daughter of Tho. Fusell Born ____, ____.
Jacob a negro belonging to Capt Foster Bo__, ____.
Susanna Daughter of Wm. _______, F___.
Sarah Daughter of Jno Fennell Born April ye __, 1715.
Sarah Daughter of Henry Clark Born Febr'y ye 13th, 1715.
John son of Edward Finch Born March 20th, 1699.
Jno sone to Richard Gillam Bapt ye 25th day of August, 1687[?].
Peter sone to Samuel Gentry Bapt ye 10th of Aprill, 1687.
Eliz. daug. to Nich. Gentry Bapt 29 day of August, 1689.
James sone to James Garrett Bapt. ye 13 of July, 1690.
Eliz. daug. to Richd Gillam Bap. ye 5 of Oct., 1690.
Forrist sone of Edward and Jane Greene bap. July 17, 1698.
John son of Peter Goodwin Bapt the 25 Decr, 1698.
Judith Daughter of Will Gunnell Bapt ye 5 February, 1698/9.
William son of Richard Gillum by Margaret Bapt. 26 March, 1699.
Nicholas son of Nicholas Gentry Baptised ye 30 May, 1699.
Elizabeth daugh. of Tho. Granger Baptised ye 21 Jan'y, 1699/1700.
Edwd son of Edward Garland born the 20th May Bapt. 8 July, 1700.
Mary Daugh. of Edwd Green baptised ye 11 August, 1700.
Joseph son of James Garrard baptised the 24th November, 1700.
Judith Daugh. of Judith Garrard baptised ye 24. November, 1700.
Elizabeth daugh. of Peter Goodwin baptised the 2 Febr'y, 1700/01.
Samuel son of Benj. Goodman baptised the 27 Aprill, 1701.
Robt son of Thomas Glass Jur. baptised the 25 May, 1701.
Anne Daugh. of Will. Gunnell baptised the 12 Octo., 1701.
Margaret Daugh. of Richard Gillum baptised the 2 November, 1701.
Mabell daugh. of Nicho Gentry baptised the 13 Decr, 1702.
Richd son of Richd Gillam baptised ye 1st day of Aprill, 1705.
James son of Edwd Green baptised 7br ye 23, 1705.
Francis Daughter of Jno Googer born ye 8 7br, 1697.(?Dooger - Doger)
Jacob son of Jno Googer born ye 10 8br, 1700.(?Dooger - Doger)
Lucy Daughter of Jno Googer Born ye 8 7br, 1705. (?Dooger-Doger)
Sarah negro belonging to Jno Googer born ye 8 May 1705.(?Dooger - Doger)
James and John sons of Wm Green Baptised Febr'y ye 18th, 1710.
James son of Jno Guillam Baptised Jan'y ye 27th, Born Decem. 11, 1711.
Thomas son of Alexr. Goodin Baptized June ye 8th, 1712.
Tyler son of Tho. Garrat Baptised Feb'y 14th, 1713.
Agnes Daughter of John Guillam Born Feb'y 20th: Xnd March 21st, 1715.
Honour Daughter of Jno Gauling Born June ye 4th, ____.
Jane Daughter of Jno Green by Sarah his wife _____, ____.
John son of Jno Guillam Born March ye 5th, ____.
Jenny a negro girl belonging to Jno Googer born 20 Feb'y, 170_.(?Dooger - Doger)
Anne Daughter of Jno Gauling Baptised Febr'y the 4th, 170_.
Susanna daughter of Jno Graves & Eliz. his wife born Xbr 17th, 170_.
Matthew daughter of Jno Galling Baptised Feb'y ye 9th, 170_.
Charles son of Alexander Goodin Baptised May ye 20th, 1710.
Matthew son of John Graves Baptized October ye 23, 1710.
Judith Daughter of Wm Crump Baptised March ye 4th, 1715.
Judith a negro girl belonging to Mr Wm Clopton Born Jan'y ye 26th, 1715.
Sarah Daughter of Henry Clark Born Febr'y 13th, 1715.
John ye sone of John Hight & ______ his wife bapt ye 3 day of September, 168_.
William ye sone of John Hight & _____ his wife baptised ye 28 day of October, 168_.
Robert ye sone of Frances Hester & ______ his wife baptised ye 10 day of October, 1686.
Rachel daughter of Edward Huchens & Rebecca his wife bapt. ye 24 day of October, 1686[?].
Robert son to Robert Harman was baptised ye 20th day of June, 1687[?].
Will son to Will Hughes baptised ye 16th day of September, 1687.
Will son to Will Howle bapt. ye 4th day of March, 1687/8.
Jno son to Luke Howard baptsd ye 13th of February, 1686/7.
Jno son to Will Hughes bapt ye 23rd of Aprill, 1689.
Mary Daughter to Jno Helton Born on the 2nd of February, 1691.
Eliz. daughter to Francis Hill bapt ye 3rd day of June, 1688.
John son to John Hight bapt. ye 16th day of Septem. 1688.
John son to Thomas Hart bapt ye 24th of Octo. Natt ye first, 1689.
Mary daughter to Fran. Hester bapt. ye 1st of March, 1689/90.
Charles son to Edward Howchens bapt ye 17th of Aprl, 1690.
Eliz. daugt to Wm Hughs bapt ye 19th of Octo., 1690.
Sambo negro boy of Rowland Horsly Born ye 15 of Aug. 1691.
Eliz. daugt to Wm Howle bapt ye 28 of June, 1691.
Charles son to William Hughs bapt 18 of Oct., 1691.
Richard Haynsworth and Margt Dynd wid. married the 19th Jan'y, 169_.
Robt son of Richd Hood & Eliz. his wife born ye 14 Febr'y & bapt 10 July, 1698.
Elizabeth daughter of Wm Harris bapt November the 27, 1698.
Geo. son of John Hilton by Eliz. bapt the 27 Augt, 1699.
Robt son of John Hight bapt. Augt 26th, 1694.
Mary daut Peter Hanna baptised 29th July, 1694.
Thomas son of Thomas Hart baptised the 6 May, 1694.
Phebe a daughter of Jno Hollaway baptised the 16 May, 1697.
Eliz. daut of Richd Haynsworth bapt the 11 Augt, 1700.
Anne Daut of Edwd Harris baptized 24 November, 1700.
George son of William Harris bapt. the 13 Aprill, 1701.
Richard son of Robert Harper bapt the 4 May, 1701.
Elizabeth daut of Phillip Henson bapt the 25 Dec, 1701.
Anne daut of Jno Hilton bapt the 14 June, 170_.
Eliz. daut of Jno Hughes bapt ye 21 March, 17__.
John son of Wm Harris baptised the 28 Mar., 170_.
William son of Jno Hill bapt the 25 Aprill, 17__.
David son of Willm. Haynes bapt ye 8 Augt, 1703.
Richard son of Richd Haynsworth bapt ye 17 Octo., 1703.
Bridgett daut of Jno Hilton bapt ye 26 Dec., 170_.
Benj. son of John Harris by Anne born ye 5 Jan, 170_.
Elizabeth Daught of Tho. Harris baptised the 14 day of May, 170_.
Agnes daut of Fra. Hill Jr. bapt ye 13 Augt, 17__.
Jno son of Jno Howle Jr. bapt ye 15 July, 17__.
Ruth Daughter of Jno Hilton bapt ye 11 Augt, 17__.
George son of Jno Hilton born ye 30 of July, 1___.
Eliz Daughtr of ____ Hill Junr. bapt. __________.
John Son of Jno Hubbard bap ______________.
James son of Saml Hill ______, _____.
Anne Daught of Robt H______, _____.
John son of Wm. Hardcastle Baptised March the 3rd, 1707.
Jane daughter of Jno Hughes Baptised March the 25th. 1708.
Elisabeth daughter of Jno Hilton Born June ye 25th, 1696.
John son of Philip Hinson Baptised Augt ye 1st, Born June ye 3rd, 1708.
Jane Daughter of Thomas Henderson Baptised March ye 5th, 1708/9.
Jno son of Jno Helton Born August ye 29th, 1709.
Elisabeth Daughter of John Hubert Bapt 9br ye 20th, 1709.
Francis son of Fr. Hill Jur Baptised Jan'y ye 12th, 1709.
Richd son of Robt Harris Baptised March ye 4th, Born Jan'y 21st, 1709.
Anne Daughter of Jno Howle Bapt July ye 23rd, 1710.
Elinor Daughter of Jno Hughes Baptised Aug. ye 6th, 1710.
Anne Daughter of Matthew Hardden Baptised Jan'y ye 8th, 1710.
Hannah Daughter of Wm Hardcastle Baptised 7br ye 7th, 1711.
William son of John Hughes by Sarah his wife Born Jan'y ye 1st, 1711.
Mary Daughter of Wm Hight Baptised Jan'y ye 27th. born Xbr ye 06, 1711.
Robert son of Jno Howle Born April ye 14th & Baptised May ye 11th, 1712.
Mary Daughter of Jno Helton Born June ye 1st, 1712.
John son of Richd Haynesworth Born Jan'y ye 9th, Baptised July ye 27th, 1712.
Peter son of Francis Hill Baptised March ye 1st, 1712.
Wm son of Jno Hitchcock Born Febr'y 10, Bapt March 15, 1712.
Wm son of Wm Hardcastle Born June ye 21st, 1714.
Mary Holt servant born at Capt Alexr. Walkers of a white woman and a mulatto man was born Jan'y ye 10th: Attested by certificate from ye clerk of Willmington Parish, 1698.
Judith Daughter of Jno Howle by Elisa. his wife born 8br ye 24th, 1714.
Mary Daughter of Robt Harper Born August ye 7th, 1714.
Michael son of James Hook Baptised April ye 24th, 1714.
Francis Daughter of Jno Helton Baptised April ye 24th, Born March 18th, 1715.
Thomas son of James Henderson Born Jan. ye 17th, 1715.
George son of Stephen Housman Born Jan'y ye 29th, 1715.
George the son of George Joanes & Jane his wife Bapt ye 5 day of December, 1686.
Thomas ye sone of Edwd Johnson & Elize. natt: ye 5 of May & bapt ye 30 of ye instant, 1680.
Eliz: daughter of Edwd: Johnson Eliz: _____ natt: ye 7th of July and baptised ye 6th of August, 1682.
Penelope Daughter of Edw: Johnson Eliz: nat ye 4 day of Agust & bapt. ye 17 of ye instant, 1684.
Rachell Daughter of Edwd Johnson and Eliz. his wife nt ye 8 of Decr & bapt. ye 2 of Jan'y, 1686/7.
Elizth: Daughter of Richd Joanes & Debora his wife Baptised ye 15 day of March, 1680.
Jno son of Richd Joanes & Debora his wife Baptised 15 of Jan'y, 1683.
Mary Daughter of Richd Joanes and Debora his wife Baptised 16 of Jan'y, 1685.
Eliz: Daughter of John Joanes Baptized ye 30 day of May, 1688.
Robt son of Robt Jarratt and Mary his wife Bapt. 16 Augt, 1698.
Jno son of Robt Jenings Born Sept. 2 and Bapt. the 23 of the same, 1698.
Rebecka Daughter of Edwd Johnson Born the 8 and Baptised the 11 November, 1698.
Anne daut of Wm Johnson by Sarah Baptised 16 Aprill, 1699.
Elizabeth daut of Jno Jenkins by Hanna Baptised 7th May, 1699.
Eliz. daut of Tho. Jackson Baptised the 9 December, 1694.
Tho. son of Anthony Johnson baptised the 9 Decbr, 1694.
Thomas son of Thomas Jackson by Mary Born the 1st June, 1699.
William son of William Johnson baptised the 31 August, 1701.
Benjamin son of Edwd Johnson borne the 17 August, 1701.
William son of Robt Jenings baptised the 5 July, 1702.
John son of John Johnson baptised ye 22 Novemb, 1702.
Sarah daut of Tho. Jackson baptised ye 14 Novb, 1703.
Benj. son of Wm Johnson baptised Aprill 22, 1705.
Massie Johnson of John Johnson bapt. ye 5 Febry., 1705.
Anne Daughter of Michll. Johnson baptised ye 12 Febry., 1705.
John son of John Jones Junr bapt. 30th May, 1706.
Susanna a negro girl belonging to Tho. Jackson born 20 May, 1707.
Collins son of William Johnson Baptised February ye 4th, 170_.
Anne Daughter of Jno Jones Born October the 13th, 170_.
Agnes Daughter of Michael Johnson baptised 2d April, 170_.
Robt son of Jno Johnson Baptised the 2d of April, 1708[?].
Lane son of Orlando Jones by Martha his wife Born June ye 15th, 1707.
Sarah Daughter of Michael Johnson Bapt. Octo ye 12th, 1707.
Mary Daughter of John Jackson Bapt Febry. ye 9th, 1709.
Sarah a negro girl belonging to Mr Robt Jarratt born Augst. 1708.
Jacob son of Alex. Johnson born September, 1708.
Frances Daughter of William Jackson bapt. 8br ye 15, 1710.
Cicely Daughter of Wm Johnson baptised Decr ye 3d, 1711.
Sarah Daughter of John Jackson baptised Novemb ye 18th, 1711.
Richman son of Alex. Johnson baptised April ye 27th, 1712.
Thomas son of Wm Jackson by Anne his wife baptised May 3d, 1713.
Anne Daughter of Jno Jackson baptised ye 4th of October, 1713.
Jack a negr. belonging to Jos. Joy Born May ye 1st, 171_.
Jessie a negr. belonging to Ditto Born Febry., 171_.
Richard son of Jno Jones Born ye 6th of March, 17__.
Thomas son of John Johnson Born 7br 11th, 1714.
Anne Daughter of William Jackson Bapt February ye 13th, 1714.
John son of John Jackson Born June ye 14th, 1715.
Francis Daughter of Mr Orlando Jones by Martha his wife was born August the 6th, 1710.
Robt sone of Robt King bapt. ye 11th of March, 1687/8.
Alexander son to Robt King bapt. ye 19th of Decemr, 1689.
Elleoner Daughter of Henr Keeble bapt the 30 October, 1689.
Mary daut of Tho. King by Mary his wife bapt. the 11 June, 1689 [or 99].
Peter son ofTho. King baptised the 7 October, 1694.
Rebecka daut of Jno Kimbriell Jur by Eliz. born ye 10 August, 1699.
Bulkley son of Jno Kimbriell senr by Margt natin Nov. 17, 1699.
John Kimburrow son of Jno Kimborow Jur bapt. 21 Dec., 1701.
Henrey son of Henr Keeble baptised the 11 January, 1701/2
Major son of John Kimburrow baptised 2 Jan, 1703/4.
Mary daut of Jno Kimburrow Jur borne ye 30 Jany., 17O3/4.
Joseph Killy A B: child Born the Beginning of March, 1706/7.
Julius son of James Crump Born ye 5th of 9br, 1715.
Will a negro boy belonging to Stephen Crump born Jany. 12th, 1715.
one negro boy named Jack belonging unto Mr Richard Littlepage born the 26th day of August, 1686.
Jane daughter to Richard Lamb bapt ye 8th of January, 1687/8.
Jno son of Jno. Lewes bapt. ye 27th of Febry. 1686/7.
Negroes belonging to Mr Jno Lightfoot:
one called Jack born ye 15 Feb., 1686/7
one negro boy called Will born ye 20th of August, 1690.
Martha daugh. to John Laneford bapt ye 9th day of August, 1688.
John son to John Lawson bapt ye 8 day of May, 1690.
Richd son to Robt Lancester bapt ye 15 of March, 1690/1.
Negroes belonging to Mr Jon Lightfoot:
one called Jonny born July ye 3rd, 1692.
one called Beck borne Septemb ye 8th, 1694.
one called Matthew born March ye 25th, 1680.
Elenor daut of John Lawson and Judith his wife bapt 10 July, 1698.
Alice Daughter of John Lightfoot Esq. & Anne his wife borne the 25 Sept and baptis the same day, 1698.
Abraham son of John Lewis plantr bapt novem. the 27, 1698.
Mary Daughter of Wm Leake by Mary baptis. the 16 Aprill, 1699
Peter son of Will. Leake baptis. the 19 Septr, 1697.
Will son of Wm Leeke baptis. the 15 July, 1694.
David son of John Lewis bapt the 5 May, 1695.
Richard son of Jno Luck baptis. the 24 Septbr, 1699.
John son of Geo. Lovill by Eliz. baptiz. the 15 October, 1699.
Charles son of Geo. Lovill baptis. the 16 February, 1700/1.
Jane dautr of Will. Leake born the 11th January, 1700/1.
Negro children belonging to Mr John Lewis at Chemokins viz:
Hanna borne November 1688 Phill borne June, 1689
John borne July 1691
Anne borne Octor, 1694
Isbell borne October 1697
Peter borne July, 1699
Sew borne March, 1702
Mary borne Augt, 1694
Henry borne July, 1699
Bob borne January, 1701/2
Will borne Augt 1698
James born October, 1699
Tom borne September, 1697
Mary borne December, 1699
Tamar borne December, 1701.
Richd son of Wm Leake bapt the 13 Decemb, 17__.
William son of John Lewis baptiz. ye 22 Novr, 17__.
Sarah dautr of Geo. Lovill baptiz. 31 Jany., 17__.
Edward son of Nicho Lewis baptiz. ye 29 October, 17__.
Mary & Agree negroes belonging to Coll. Lightfoot bapt ____, 17__.
Sue a negro belonging to Col. Lightfoot born in the year 170_.
Alec a negro belonging to Col. Lightfoot born in the year 170_.
Nedson a Negro beloging to Col. Lightfoot born in ye year 170_.
Andrew a negro belonging to Col. Lightfoot __, 17__.
Charles a mulatto belonging to Col. Lightfoot D___, ____,
Sarah a mulatto born in the year Do.
Negro children belonging to Capt Rich. Littlepage
Sarah a negro girl born ye year 1703.
Jenny born December, 1704.
Nanny born November, 1704.
Pompey born Sept, 1706.
Cesar born September, 1706.
Mary daughter of Jno Luck bapt. 14 7br, 1707.
Mary daughter of Nicho Lewis baptis. Jan. ye 16th, 1708/9.
Elisabeth daughter of Capt Richd Littlepage Born Decem. 11th: 1703.
Frances daughter of Capt Richd Littlepage Born Octor ye 2nd: 1705.
Alice Daughter of Capt Richd Littlepage Born Jany. ye 14 1707/8.
Sam a negro belonging to Capt Littlepage Born June ye 20 1708.
Samuel son of Jno Luck Baptised September ye 18th, 1709.
Richd son of Capt Richd Littlepage Born March ye 21st 1709/10.
Watt a negro belonging to Madm Mary Lightfoot Born June 10th, 1709.
Kingston Parish, Virginia Register, 1749-1827
Located in eastern Virginia, Kingston Parish was a part of eastern Gloucester County until 1791 when the entire parish became Mathews County. This database is a collection of parish records between 1749 and 1827. It contains birth, marriage, and death information for over 6500 people. Each records reveals the event date, be it birth, baptism, marriage, or death. This is an important database because nearly all other county records were destroyed by fire in the 1800's.
Goochland County, VA - Early Vitals William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 1
Goochland Dec. 12, 1750. Preached 1st. at Dover Church Sept. 15, 1705.Received by the vestry as parish minister by the then vestry following vis: Stephen Sampson, Will Holman, Will Lewis, John Hopins, Archer Payne. List of the Vestry for the year 1756 when I got this book: Capt. Will Burton. Col. Arthur Hopkins. Churchwardens 1756. Col. Charles Lewis, Col. Henry Wood, Col. John Payne, Major John Smith, Major Josias Payne, Capt. James Holman, Page 25. George Payne, William Miller, Charles Jordan, John Woodson, Robert Burton, Oct., 1756, James Cole, Oct., 1756, Capt. William Pryor, 1758, Capt. William Stamp, 1758, Joseph Pollard, 1757, Capt. Noel Burton, 1761, Tho: Mann Randolph, 1763, Tho: Bolling, 1764, (all dead) John Bolling, George Payne, Jun., Tho: Underwood, Joseph Woodson.
1751, Oct. 12. John Martin & Mary Rogers, both of this parish.
1751, Dec. 20. Alexander Grant & Agnes Jarrett, in this parish.
1751, Dec. 27. Thomas Woodson & Mary Woodson, both in Goochland.
1751, Nov. 23. Guy Smith & x x Hopkins. " " " Drury Christian & Lucy Williams. " " " Alexander Trent & ---- Scott, in Manikin.
1753, Aug. 24. Abraham, Salle & Elizabeth Woodson. " " " Will Banks & Elizabeth Martin. " " " Will Groom & Dorothy Madison, both in this parish.
1754 July 23. James Woodson & Elizabeth Whitelock. "
Dec. 24. John Woodson & Elizabeth Bailey, both in this parish.
1755, Mar. 6. Will Payne & Mary Barret, both in this parish. "
Sept.15. John Lee & Betty Page. "
Sept.21. Sylvanus Stokes & Cat: Hicks, in this parish. "
Oct. 15. John Hancock & Elizabeth Maddox, both in this parish. "
Oct. 27. Jac: Flournoy & Elizabeth Burner, in Manakin Town.
1756, Apr. 15. George Webb & Mrs. Hannah Fleming, in his parish, but Mr. Webb, in Hanover.
1756, May 6. Jer. Doss and Wesley Taylor, both in this county.
1756, Jan. 24. Charles Carter, of Cumberland, & Judette Carter, of Lickinghole.
Feb. 29. John Woodward & Susannah Tilman, both in this parish.
1756, Oct. Sylvanus Massie and Hannah Raglin, both in this "
Oct. 27. Jac: Flournoy & Elizabeth Burner, in Manikin Town.
1756, Dec. 23. Peter Walker & Eliz. Harris, both in Cumd parish.
1756, Oct. 13. Robert Burton & -------- Laferce, both in this parish.
1756, Dec. 30. Perrin Ferrar, in this parish & Sarah Lacy, in St. Martin's Parish, Hanover County.
1758, Jan. 5. William Roberts and Eliz Lewis, both in this parish.
1758, Mar. 25. Thomas Hancock & Mary Shoemaker, both in this parish.
1758, Mar. 25. John Gordon in this & Judith Moracet, in Manikintown Prh.
1758, May 9. Stephen Woodson & Lucy Ferran, both in this parish.
1758, June 1. Thomas Lewis & Susannah Ellis, both in Henrico.
1758, Dec. 1. Mr. William Walton & Elizabeth Tilmon, both in this parish.
1758, Dec. 21. Antony Martin & Sarah Holman, both in Manikin Town.
1759, Jan. 1. Josiah Leek in this parish & Ann Fenton, in Henrico.
1759, Sept.16. Richard Clopton and Mary Davis, both in this parish.
1759, July 22. Benjamin Johnson & Susanna Peace, both in this parish.
1760, Jan. 22. John Wales, in Charles City, & Eliz. Lomax, in this parish.
1760, Feb. 20. Mr. Robert Lewis & Jean Woodson, both in this parish.
1760, Feb. 20. John Hales, in Henrico, & Eliz. Mutler, in this parish.
1760, Mch. 20. John Woodson, in Albemarle, & Mary Minns, in this parish.
1760, Aug. 27. Samuel Pryor, of Amelia County, & Frances Morton, of this parish.
1760, Sept. 2. Robert Sims of Louisa & Frances Lewis, of this parish.
1760, Nov. 9. Carter Henry Harrison, in Cumberland, & Susana Randolph, in this parish.
1760, Dec. 27. Alexander Moss & Ann Thurman, both of this parish.
1761, Jan. 1. William Harrison, in this psh, & Mary Cobbs, in Albemarle County.
1760, July 22. Robert Payne & Nan Burton in this parish.
1762, Mar. 17. William Ferran & Eliz. Bib, both in this parish.
1762, July 22. Andrew Jamison & Martha Stephenson, both in this parish.
1762, July 1. Pleasants Cocke & Eliz. Forden, both in this parish.
1762, July 22. Edward Radford and Ann Curd, both in this parish.
1762, Aug. 22. John Lewis & Judith Crouch, both of this parish.
1762, Sept.10. James Meriwether and Eliz. Pollard, in this parish.
Joseph Curd, in this parish & Mary Warrin, in St. Paul's.
1762, Apl. 6. John Ware, in Manikin Town, & Mary Watson, in Henrico.
1762, Jan. 1. Gideon Moss & Susannah Richerson, both in this parish.
1762, Sept.28. Joseph Curd, in this parish, & Mary Warrin, in St. Paul's.
1762, Oct. 26. Joseph Pace and Mary Ann Page, both in this parish.
1762, Dec. 29. Henry Mullens & Frances Walton, both in this parish.
1763, Jan. 6. George Hancocke & Mary Whitloe, both in this parish.
1763, Jan. 20. Thomas Pollard & Sarah Hardine, both in this parish.
1763, Mch. 9. Jesse Ellis, in Henrico, & Sarah Woodson, in this parish.
1763, Mch. 9. Julius Burton, in Henrico, & Rebecca Clayton, in this parish.
1763, Mch. 17. Peyton Smith, in Henrico, & Judith Wadley, both in this parish.
1763, April 7. John Dudley, in Albemarle, & Sarah Bromfield, in this parish.
1763, Aug. 7. John Martin & Barbara Lewis, both in this parish.
1763, Aug. 19. John Cobbs & Judith Cobbs, both in Albemarle County.
1763, Oct. 1. Mathew Jordan & Mary Stogdill, both in this parish.
1764, Mch. 18. Edmund Curd & Mary Curd, both in this parish.
1764, Aug. 16. Edmund Pendleton & Milly Pollard, both in Goochland.
1764, Dec. 23. Richard Johnson & Ann Nicholls, both in this parish.
1765. Mar. 21. Jacob Michaux & Sarah Neville in Cumd.
1765, Mar. 28. Rene Napier, of this parish, & Rebecca Hart, in Drisdale parish.
1764, April 1. Robert Bowman, in Chesterfield, & Elizabeth Craigwald, in this parish.
1765, June 11. Robert Wingfield, & Frances Jordan, both of this parish.
1765, Oct. 1. John Goode & Frances Loftis, both in this parish.
1765, Dec. 31. George Payne & Betty McCarthy Morton, in James City parish.
1766, March 6Benjamin Johnson & Martin Hughes in St. Martin's Psh.
1766,May 20. Thomas Massie, in this p'sh, & Mary Williams, in Louisa.
1766, Aug. 14 Shadrach Woodson in Bkg. & Sus. Walker, in this parish.
1766, Aug. 26 Turner Rountree & Sarah Woodson, both of Goochland.
1766, Nov. 6. Peter Walker & Sarah Wadley, both in this parish.
1766, Nov. 20. James Curd & Mary Graves, both in this parish.
1766, Dec. 25. Milner Redford & Sarah Lewis, both in this parish.
1767, Jan. 22. Stephen Letcher & Elizabeth Perkins, both in this parish.
1767, Jan. 23. Moses Taylor & Obedience Smith, both in this parish.
1767, May 14. Bernard Markham & Mary Harris, both in Manikintown.
1768, May 25. John Glass & Sally Martin, both in this parish.
1768, June 4. Capt. Hugh Moss & Jeannie Ford, both in this parish.
1768, June 23. Benjamin Cocke & Mary Johnson, both in this parish.
1768, Oct. 11. Julius Allen, in Henrico, & Mary Biggar, in Henrico.
1768, Oct. 12. John Perkins, in Goochland, & Ursley Richardson, in Henrico.
1768, Nov. 2. George & Martha Meriwether.
1768, Dec. 13. Fisher Rice Bennett & Judith Hanson, in Albemarle.
1768, Dec. 18. Benj. Perkins & Mary Curd.
1768, Dec. 25. George Underwood & Elizabeth Curd.
1769, Jan. 27. Benjamin Anderson & Judith Mims, of this parish.
1769, Mar. 23. George Anderson & Susannah Mims, of this parish.
1769, July 21. Mr. Archibald Bryce & Mary Mitchell.
1770, Feb. 22. Spencer Norvil & Frances Hill, both of this parish.
1770, June 2. Joseph Winston & Lucy Cobb.
1770, June 19. Shadrach Vaughan & mary Meriwether.
1770, Nov. 14. Richard Johnson & Polly Powers.
1770, July 2. Burgess Ball & Mary Chichester.
1770, Oct. 13. David Walker & Eliz Gilbert.
1770, Nov. 10. Leonard Price & Judith Elldridge. 1770, Dec. 19.
James Grason & Mary Christian.
1771, Apr. 28. Robert Smith & Eliz. Carroll.
1771, May 9. John Christian & Judith Leek.
1771, July 4. Sam Martin & Ann Pleasants.
1771, Aug. 25. Sally Graves, in Goochland, & Barret Price, in Henrico.
1771, Nov. 7. Richard Sampson & Ann Curd, both in Goochland.
1772, Mar. 19. Will Miller & Maria Laprade.
1772, Apl. 23. Joseph Pleasants & Mary Gerrand.
1772, July 6. Will Bolding & Ann Burgess, both from Albemarle Co.
1772, July 9. John Robards & Sarah Marshall, both in Goochland.
1773, Jan. 1. Joseph Mayo & Jeannie Richardson in Goochland.
1773, Mar. 25. Clayburn Rice & Molly Smith in Goochland.
1773, Mar. 23. Thomas Glass & Martha East.
1773, May 4. Mathew Payne & Sally Pryor.
1773, Aug. 1. Walter Leek & Winifred Johnson.
1773, Sept. 7. Ben Anderson & Sarah Johnson, both of Louisa.
1773, Oct. 23. Charles Clark & Sarah Cooke, both in Goochland.
1773, Dec. 22. Robert Burton Payne & Margaret Sydenham Morton, both in Goochland.
1774, Jan. 3. Will Roberts & Eliz. Pleasants Cocke, both in Goochland.
1774, Jan. 27. Sam Jordan & Frances Periere, of Henrico.
1774, Mar. 6. Ambrose Edwards & Olive Martin, both in Louisa.
1774, Feb. 24. Will Lewis & Sally Mason, both of Goochland.
1774, May 1. John Wllis & Patty Wood, both in Henrico.
1774, June 30. James Gordon, in Lancaster, & Anny Payne, in Goochland.
1774, July 28. Charles Lacy & Eliz. Hudson, in Louisa.
1774, Sept. 6. Jesse Lacy & Mary Johnson, in Louisa.
1774, Oct. 25. Ben Lacy, & Judith Christian, both in Goochland.
1774, Nov. 4. Charles Rice & Mary Tony, both in Albemarle.
1775, Jan. 26. Devreux Jerrat & Joanna Wade, both of this parish.
1775, Feb. 2. Rene Woodson, in Albemarle, & Martha Johnson, in Louisa.
1775, Apl. 27. William Pledge & Ursley Woodson, both of Ys. parish.
1775, June 9. Thomas Diggs, in Louisa, & Ann Kent, in Albemarle.
1775, Aug. 5. Archibald Pleasants & Jean Woodson, both of Ys. parish.
1775, Sept. 8. John Curd in Ys. & Ann Underwood, in Louisa.
1776, Jan. 3. Samuel Moss & Susannah Harris.
1776, May 16. Will Pryor in Ys parish & Eliz. Hughes, in Cumberland.
1776, June 26. Thomas & Elizabeth Massie, both of Ys. parish.
1776, Aug. 24. Nat Massie, in Ys parish, & Ann Clark, in Albemarle.
1776, Sept 29. Patrick Napier & Eliz. Woodson in this parish.
1776, Oct. 5. James Cole & Fanny Cheesman Wills, both in Albemarle.
1776, Dec. 8. Tho. Pope, in Ys parish, & Mary Snead, of Albemarle.
1777, Feb. 22. Christopher Johnson & Elizabeth Dabney, both of Hanover.
1777, June 19. Samuel Woodson & Elizabeth Payne, both of Ys parish.
1777, Mar. 16. Joseph Lewis & Ann Porter, both in Ys. parish.
1778, Feb. 4. Da. Bullock & Susannah More in Louisa.
1778, Nov. 29. Malachi Chiles & Eliz Garton, both in Orange.
1778, Jan. 8. Jesse Payne & Sally Lewis, both in Goochland.
1779, Mar. 14. Ben Woodson & Sally Johson, both in Goochland.
1779, Mar. 16. Will Jordan Morton & Martha Pryor, both of Goochland.
1779, July 20. Macon Biggars & Christian Poindexter, both of Goochland.
1779, Aug. 3. Nath. West Dandridge & Jean Pollard, in Goochland.
1779, Sept 23. Rich'd Clough & Jean Woodson, in Goochland.
1779, Nov. 24. Joseph Woodson in G'd, & Sarah Hughes, in Cumberland.
1780, Feb. 3. Charles Slaughter in Culpeper & Eliza Poindexter, in Louisa.
1780, Apr. 24. Col. Richard Anderson & Catherine Fox, both of Louisa.
1780, Apr. 28. Liner Gooch & Rhode Turner, both of Louisa.
1780, Sept 28. Will Lee, in Northumberland, & Jeane Payne, in Goochland.
1780, Sept 7. Will Robards & Eliz. Lewis, both of Goochland.
1781, Oct. 4. Tho. Mallory & Constance Davis, both in Louisa.
1781, Dec. 26. John Poindexter & Eliz. Thornton Johnston, both in Louisa.
1781, Dec. 27. Henry Mallory & Lucy Long, both in Orange.
1782, Feb. 12. David Bullock & Jane Terry, both in Louisa.
1782, Feb. 20. Tho. Shelton & Cecelly Dabney, both of Louisa.
1782, Apl. 25. Richmond Terrill & Cecelia Darracott, both in Louisa.
1782, June 27. Garland Cosby & Molly Poindexter, both of Louisa.
1782, Aug. 22. Joseph & Jean Pleasants.
1782, Oct. 15. Will: Clayton & Mary Rose, both of Spottsylvania.
1783, Feb. 6. Stephen Mayo & Ann Isabel, both of Goochland.
1783, Feb. 18. Ben: Robinson & Catharine Parker, both of Spotsylvania Co.
1783, Mch. 13. Clayborn Gooch & Mildred Thomson, both of Louisa.
1783, June 4. George Quissenbury & Jeanie Daniel, both of Orange.
1783, June 18. John Hughes & Ann Meriwether in Louisa.
1783, Sept 11. George Morris & Sally Biggars, both of Louisa.
1783, Sept 9. John Trice & Pattie Smith.
1783, Nov. 19. Robert Cobb & Ann Grizzage Poindexter in Louisa.
1783, Nov. 20. Charles Smith & Nancy Johnson, both of Louisa.
1783, Nov. 26. Umphrey Gooch & Mary Wagstaff, in Louisa.
1784, July 28. Will Smith, in Louisa, & Sarah Pryor in Goochland.
1784, Sept 21. Edward Pace & Susannah Johnson, both in Goochland.
1785, Mch. 10. Caleb Lindsay & Sally Stephens, both in Orange.
1785, Nov. 20. Capt. Rich. Phillips & Eliz. Waddy, both of Louisa.
1785, Dec. 29. Rich Cole & Sarah Sansum, both of Louisa Co.
1787, May 22. Spencer Coleman & Eliz. Goodwin, of Louisa Co.
1788. Jan. 24, Thornton Mead & Mary Garland, both of Louisa.
1788, Jan. 18. Robert Green & Eliz. Bibb, both in Louisa.
1788, June 24. Thomas Lewis & Eliz. Meriwether, both in Albemarle.
1788, Nov. 20. John Durrett & Martha Bibb, both of Louisa.
1789, Julius Curle & Mary Curd in Goochland.
1788, June 26. David Hutson & Mary Clopton, in Louisa.
1789, June 15. Will Cole & Sally Byers, in Louisa.
1789, Mch. 28. John Slaughter & Ann Lewis Johnson, of Louisa.
1789, May 31.
Josel Graves & Sarah Graves, in Orange.
John Garland & Lucy Gordon, both in Louisa.
1791, Mch. 27, Tho. Meriwether & Ann Minor.
1791, Mch. 12. Dr. Joseph Duke & Mary Quarles, both in Spotsylvania.
1795, Nov. 1. Fortunatus Cosby & Mary Ann Fontane, in Louisa.
1783, Feb. 20. Chiles Tyrell & my Peggie were married.
1791, Mch. 29. Francis Quarles & Mary Garrett Brooke, of Louisa.
James Bates & Winifred Hix had issue: Fleming, b. Nov. 22, 1747;
William Nov. 23, 1749;
Samuel C. May 29, 1752;
Stephen C. March 4, 1754.
Capt. Ish. Randolph & Jane Rogers, Susanna b. Sept. 24,1736.
Capt. James Cole & Mary Wills, Mary b. Dec. 19, 1747,
Janey b. Sept. 26, 1751,
William b. May 31, 1753,
Catharine b, May 2, 1755.
Noel Burton & Lucy Barret, son Robert b. Apr. 9, 1756.
James Bates & Winnifred Hix, Daniel, b. July 6, 1756.
Capt. Tho. Stark & Joan Williams, daughter Joan, b. Feb. 15, 1757.(?STARKEY)
Jan 27, 1756. Julius Saunders & Jemima Woodward in Albemarle, a son, born Oct. 1755, named Clayburn.
Capt. John Raley & Eliz. Randolph in Cumberland, a dau. b. Jan. 25, Susannah. April 11, 1756.
Will Miller & Mary Heath, Mary b. March 6, 1756.
Oct. 10, 1756.
Ralph Graves & Judith Womack, dau. Sally, b. Sept. 1, 1756.
Mar. 20, 1757.
Benjamin Clopton & Agnes Morgan, son Walter, b. Dec. 26, 1756.
Capt. William Pryor & Sarah Wood, dau. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 10, 1757.
Capt. Wm. Stamps & Elenor Brent, dau. Catherine, b. Oct. 17, 1757.
Noel Burton & Lucy Barrett, dau. Priscilla b. Dec. 26, 1757.
Drury Christian & Lucy Williams, James b. April 23, 1758.
Capt. Will Burton & Rebecca Cobbs, son John Cobbs b. Jan. 27, 1758.
Benjamin Woodson & Rebecca Cocke, Booth b. Dec. 4, 1757.
Capt. Robert Burton & Judith La Force, Sarah b. July 16, 1758.
William Miller & Mary Heath, Henry b. Sept. 25, 1758.
Obadiah Smith & Mary Burks, Charles b. Nov. 13, 1758.
James Gregory & Sarah Thompson, William b. Aug. 11, 1758.
John Lewis & Eliz. McBride, Joseph b. Dec. 31, 1758.
Capt. Will Pryor & Sarah Wood, John b. Feb. 21, 1759.
Rene Woodson & Mary Thomson dec'd, dau. Eliz. Booth b. Feb. 16, 1759.
David Cosby & Mary Johnson, William b. Feb. 14, 1759.
George Anderson & Frances Woodson, Susannah b. Sept. 22, 1758.
John Curd & Lucy Brent, son James b. June 24, 1759.
Capt. Tho. Stark & Jean Williams, Reuben b. Aug. 10, 1759.
Capt. James Cole & Mary Wills, dau. Susannah, b. Mch. 23, 1760.
Benjamin Woodson & Rebecca Cox, Frances, b. Dec. 17, 1759.
Valentine Mayo & Ann Patterson, Mary, b. June 2, 1759.
James Woodson & Eliz. Whitlock, Jennie b. May 2, 1760.
Richard Clopton & Mary Davis, dau. Susannah b. June 27, 1760.
Mr. Tho. Bolling & Elizabeth Gay, John b. Jan. 31, 1761.
John Lewis & Elizabeth McBride, John b. April 5, 1761.
Capt. Robert Burton & Judith La Force, Priscilla b. May 29, 1761.
Will Pryor & Sarah Wood, Patty b. April 6, 1761.
John Woodson & Mary Mims, Jennie Booth, b. Oct. 25, 1760.
Mary Woodson, spouse to Thomas Woodson on Janito was baptized.
Thomas & Mary Woodson, a son named Jacob, born Mch. 29, 1761.
Benjamin Clopton & Aggie Morgan, Elizabeth b. May 5, 1760.
Capt. John Really & Eliz. Randolph, William b. Dec. 26, 1760.
Obadiah Smith & Mary Burks, Joseph b. Nov., 1761.
David Cosby & Mary Johnson, Jeremiah b. Oct. 11, 1761.
William Miller & Mary Heath, son named Heath-Jones Miller, b. Dec. 19, 1761.
Sam Pryor & Frances Morton, Samuel b. Jan. 12, 1762.
James Cole & Mary Wills, Roscow b. Mar. 9, 1762.
Alexr Moss & Ann Thurmond, Joan b. Nov. 24, 1761.
John Bolling & Mary Jefferson, John, b. Mch 24, 1762.
William Roberts & Eliz. Lewis, Jesse b. Apl. 7, 1762.
John Curd & Lucy Brent, Elizabeth b. Feb. 25, 1762.
John Really & Eliz. Randolph, James b. April 16, 1762.
Thomas Smith & Jean Williams, John b. May 15, 1762.
Richard Curd & Sarah Downer, Nannie Williams b. July 11, 1762.
U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 - Virginia - Source Ancestry.com
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John Goad Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Catherine ??? Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
John Goad Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Katherine ??? Spouse Birth Year: 1700 Marriage
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John Goad Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Ann Isham Spouse Birth Place: VA Spouse Birth Year: 1699 Marriage Year: 1734 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
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Thomas Lewis Gender: Male Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Mary Moss Marriage State: of VA Number Pages: 2
Violetta Reynolds Gender: Female Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: John Rutherford Spouse Birth Place: VA Spouse Birth Year: 1689 Marriage Year: 1727 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
Joseph Rogers Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Mary ??? Number Pages: 1
David Rosser Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Sarah Pritchett Number Pages: 1
David Steele Gender: Male Birth Place: Ir Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Jannet ??? Marriage State: of VA Number Pages: 4
Elizabeth Webb Gender: Female Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Theodorick Carter Spouse Birth Place: VA Spouse Birth Year: 1690 Marriage Year: 1718 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
Lucy Wise Gender: Female Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: James Dillard Spouse Birth Place: VA Spouse Birth Year: 1698 Marriage Year: 1724 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
William Carr Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1699 Spouse Name: Susanna ??? Number Pages: 1
Benjamin Carter Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1701 Spouse Name: Mrs. Elizabeth Carter Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
Sam Dalton Gender: Male Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1699 Spouse Name: Anne Nancy Redd Spouse Birth Place: VA Spouse Birth Year: 1714 Marriage Year: 1734 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s - Ancestry.com
Mary Baley Year: 1624 Age: 24 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1600 Place: Virginia Family Members: Wife Mary 24; Son Thomas 4 Source Publication Code: 3283 Primary Immigrant: Baley, William Annotation: Standard work. Includes lists of ships to Bermuda, Barbados, and continental North America. Indexes family names. Names of Jews are excerpted in Adler, no. 61. Care should be taken when using Hotten. There are two versions, one with accurate text and inde Source Bibliography: HOTTEN, JOHN CAMDEN, editor. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700. With Their Ages, the Localities Where They Formerly Lived in the Mother Country, the Names of the Ships in Which They Embarked, and Other Interesting Particulars. From MSS. Preserved in the State Page: 205
U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Colonel Peter Dozier SAR Membership: 47388 Birth Date: 1700 Birth Place: Virginia Death Date: 1794 Death Place: North Carolina Spouse: Elizabeth Gregory Children: Mary Dozier
John DeShazeau SAR Membership: 90714 Birth Date: 1699 Birth Place: France Death Date: 1775 Death Place: King, Virginia Spouse: French Huguenots Children: William DeShazo
Brigadier General William Henderson SAR Membership: 84779 Birth Date: 1700 Birth Place: Hanover, Virginia Death Date: 1783 Death Place: Grandville, South Carolina Spouse: Letitia Davis Helson Children: Sarah Hirose
George Payne SAR Membership: 87648 Birth Date: 1700 Birth Place: Lancaster, England Death Date: Jan 1744 Death Place: Pittsylvania, Virginia Spouse: Mary Woodson Children: Josias Payne
Captain Roger Thompson SAR Membership: 34724 Birth Date: 1700 Birth Place: Albemarle, Virginia Death Place: Mason, Kentucky Spouse: Sally Light Children: Foster Thompson
James Glenn Blackwell SAR Membership: 96825 Birth Date: 1701 Birth Place: Virginia Father: James Blackwell Mother: Mary Glenn Children: Robert Blackwell
Major Miles Cary III SAR Membership: 79368 Birth Date: 1701 Birth Place: Peartcaa Hall, Virginia Father: Miles Cary Mother: Elizabeth Cooke Spouse: Hannah Armistead Children: John Cary
Henry Haynes Sr SAR Membership: 99769 Birth Date: 24 Dec 1701 Birth Place: King and Queen County, Virginia Death Date: 2 Dec 1784 Death Place: Henry, Virginia Spouse: Mary Smith Children: Dinah Haynes
Henry Haynes Sr SAR Membership: 58274 Birth Date: 24 Dec 1701 Birth Place: Virginia Death Date: 2 Dec 1784 Death Place: Henry, Virginia Spouse: Mary Haynes Children: Ann Low
Henry Haynes Sr SAR Membership: 70921 Birth Date: 24 Dec 1701 Birth Place: King & Queens, Virginia Death Date: 1784 Death Place: Henry, Virginia Spouse: Mary Haynes Children: John Haynes
Henry Haynes Sr SAR Membership: 76708 Birth Date: 24 Dec 1701 Birth Place: King & Queens, Virginia Death Date: 1784 Death Place: Henry, Virginia Spouse: Mary Haynes Children: John Haynes
Henry Haynes Sr SAR Membership: 98764 Birth Date: 24 Dec 1701 Birth Place: King and Queen County, Virginia Death Date: 2 Dec 1784 Death Place: Henry, Virginia Spouse: Mary Smith Children: John Haynes
Mary Smith SAR Membership: 99769 Birth Date: 1701 Death Date: 2 May 1782 Death Place: Henry, Virginia Spouse: Henry Haynes Children: Dinah Haynes
James Dillard II SAR Membership: 91355 Birth Date: 1698 Birth Place: Williamsburg, Virginia Death Place: Essex, Virginia Father: James Stephen Dillard Mother: Gowen Page Spouse: Lucy Wise Children: James Dillard
John James Dupuy SAR Membership: 63012 Birth Date: 1698 Birth Place: Germany, England Death Date: Feb 1775 Death Place: Cumberland, Virginia Father: Bartholemew Dupuy Mother: Countess Susanne Lavillen Spouse: Susanne Levilain Children: Mary Dupuy
Sarah Ingram Edwards SAR Membership: 81592 Birth Date: 12 Aug 1702 Death Date: 19 Sep 1771 Death Place: Lancaster, Virginia Father: Richard Edwards Mother: Mary Edwards Spouse: Thomas Edwards Clark Children: Anne Chinn Edwards
Hugh Gwyn SAR Membership: 96191 Birth Date: 1702 Birth Place: Virginia Death Date: 1768 Death Place: Virginia Father: John Gevine Gwyn Spouse: Peyton Humphrey Children: Richard Gwyn- Reverend John Gevine Gwyn SAR Membership: 96191 Birth Date: 1650 Birth Place: Virginia Children: Hugh Gwyn
William Shelton SAR Membership: 90697 Birth Date: 28 May 1698 Birth Place: York, Virginia Death Date: 24 Nov 1784 Death Place: Albemarle, Virginia Children: Sarah Shelton- William Shelton II SAR Membership: 92837 Birth Date: 28 May 1698 Birth Place: Virginia, Colony Death Date: 24 Nov 1784 Death Place: Albemarle, Virginia Children: Sarah Shelton
John Snead Jr SAR Membership: 38707 Birth Date: 1698 Birth Place: England Death Date: 1786 Death Place: Virginia Children: John Snead
John Bonney SAR Membership: 84204 Birth Date: 1800 Birth Place: Princess Anne Death Date: 1870 Death Place: Princess Anne, Virginia Spouse: Elizabeth T White Children: Claudius W Bonney
Samuel Wallace SAR Membership: 82445 Birth Date: 19 Apr 1772 Birth Place: Virginia Death Date: 28 Apr 1838 Death Place: Virginia Spouse: Mary Tate Children: Delinda Wallace
Irish Records Extraction Database
Thomas Becke Sex: Male Birth: About 1600 Birthplace: of Chester, England Burial: 23 May 1642 Burial Place: St. Columb's, Londonderry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland Miscellaneous: Mariner Source: Richard Hayes. The Register of Derry Cathedral (S. Columb's) Parish of Templemore, Londonderry, 1642-1703. London: Illiam Pollard & Co., Ltd., 1910. 432 pages.
U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Robert Alexander Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Birth Year: 1600 Spouse Name: Mary Hamilton Spouse Birth Year: 1600 Number Pages: 1
John Willson Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Birth Year: 1603 Spouse Name: Katherine ??? Spouse Birth Year: 1607 Number Pages: 1
William Ballard Gender: Male Birth Place: SC Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: Mary Johnson Spouse Birth Place: VA Marriage Year: 1731 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1
Margaret Glasson Gender: Female Birth Place: SC Birth Year: 1700 Spouse Name: John Alexander Spouse Birth Place: SC Spouse Birth Year: 1693 Marriage Year: 1720 Marriage State: SC
Sabina Smith Gender: Female Birth Year: 1699 Spouse Name: Thomas Smith Spouse Birth Year: 1691 Marriage Year: 1714 Marriage State: SC Number Pages: 1
Margaret Lang Gender: Female Birth Year: 1600 Spouse Name: George Odding Spouse Birth Year: 1590 Number Pages: 1
Margaret Lang Gender: Female Birth Year: 1600 Spouse Name: John Porter Number Pages: 1
Balthsar Lang Gender: Male Birth Place: Ge Birth Year: 1598 Spouse Name: Appolonia Soder Spouse Birth Place: Ge Spouse Birth Year: 1598 MarriageYear: 1620 Number Pages: 1
Lancashire, England, Extracted Parish Records
d. Jo: Lang 06 Apr 1599 Book: Baptisms (Baptism) Collection: Lancashire: Dalton in Furness - Parish Register, 1565-1620
Agnes d. Ric: Lang 07 Nov 1601 Book: Baptisms (Baptism) Collection: Lancashire: Dalton in Furness - Parish Register, 1565-1620
Nathaniel Tatum I - The family name may have been originally Tatham (meaning 'from' the place) from Lancashire. Nathaniel was christened on 18 Nov 1599 at Holy Trinity the Less Church, the son of William Tatum and Ellen Kirk who married on 3 Aug 1587 at St. Benet Grace Church in London. [Holy Trinity the Less Church was an Anglican Church in the center of London, near St. Paul's Cathedral. It was started in 1540 and destroyed by fire in 1666 in the Great Fire of London and was not rebuilt. St. Benet Grace Church on Gracechurch St. was also destroyed by the 1666 fire. His parents must have died when he was young because he was on a list at Bridewell Royal Hospital records, 27 Feb. 1618/19 of 75 boys and 25 girls who were to go to Virginia. These children were 8-16 years old and had been found "running wild in the streets" of London, "sleeping under stalls", and begging and had been committed to Bridewell, which served as a house of correction. They were mainly homeless waifs though some were probably petty pilferers. One of the ships that brought these children to Virginia was the "George" which left London March 1619 and arrived in Virginia in May. In March 1617/18, Pocahontas and her husband and family were scheduled to sail on the "George" back to Virginia, but she became ill from tuberculosis, was taken off the ship at Gravesend and died there. In May her father, Powhatan died--perhaps when he heard the news of his daughter's death leaving his cruel brother in charge of the tribe. One account says that 3 brothers, Augustine, Lawrence, and Nathaneil Tatham sailed from Southhampton, England, on the Good Ship George in 1619 for America via Bermuda. In 1620 this ship landed in New Jersey where Augustine remained and Nathaniell traveled on to Virginia. Nothing is known of Lawrence except that descendants of Nathaniel sometimes gave their children the name Lawrence. from Meadia Research. From the Virginia Colonial Record: "So far as can be definitely ascertained, the first in America, Nathaniell Tatham, who immigrated to Virginia and settled in Charles City County." Nathaniel left England in March 1619 and after a 2-month voyage arrived in Jamestown, Va. in May. He arrived in time to hear about the first representative assembly in the New World which was convened in the Jamestown church on July 30, 1619.In 1619 a Dutch trader stopped at the Jamestown port and exchanged his cargo of Africans for food in 1619. At the time these first Africans were only indentured servants, similar to poor white Englishmen. (The race-based system of slavery didn't fully develop until the 1680's.)Though there was peace for a while between the colonists and the Indians because of the marriage of Pocahontas, daughter of the Algonquian chief Powhatan. Pocahontas died in 1617 in England. Her son, Thomas was raised in England but came to Virginia after he was grown. John Rolfe married again to Jane Pierce in 1619 and they had a baby girl in 1620. By 1622 the Indians had become disenchanted with the English settlers and, in 1622, attacked the out plantations in the Good Friday Massacre, killing 347 settlers, setting off a war that lasted a decade. A last-minute warning by Chanco, an Indian who was living with a white family and had become a Christian, spared Jamestown, but John Rolfe was killed in the attack, possibly by Powhatan's successor and brother, Opechancanough, the uncle of Pocahontas. In May 1623 Captain William Tucker concludes peace negotiations with a Powhatan village by proposing a toast with a drink laced with poison prepared by Dr. John Potts; 200 Powhatans die instantly and another 50 are slaughtered. According to the records 7,289 people migrated to Virginia between 1609 and 1624, mostly as indentured servants. 6,040 of those died of disease, starvation or infections acquired onboard the ships in passage. Until the 1660's only 20% of the arrivals in a given year survived. From 1625-1640: An estimated 1,000 or more indentured servants arrived each year, some orphans and condemned criminals but mostly the unemployed seeking economic opportunity. In Feb 1623/24 Nathaniel was living in the West and Shirley Hundred and at Shirley Hundred, Charles City (on the north side of the James River), and was in the muster, 22 Jan 1624/5. He was listed as 20 years old and having come to Virginia in 1619 on the "George." In 1624 when he was 25 years old, Nathaniel moved from the north side of the James River to the south side. Charles City was one of the four great corporations set up by the Virginia Company of London in 1618. In 1634 Virginia was divided into 8 counties with Charles City County being one with its original area intact. Charles City County lay on both sides of the James River. When he was 39 years old, Nathaniel patented 100 acres of land in Charles City County on Appomattox River, 25 July 1638, for transporting his wife Ann and his daughter Mary Tatum. This would lead us to believe that he went back to England, married, had a child, and brought them to Virginia, giving him claim to a 100-acre tract of land. This land adjoined a 500-acre patent to him which he re-patented 4 Dec. 1641. An Act of Assembly of 6 Jan. 1639/40 named Nathaniel Tatum, Cheney Boyce, and Anthony Wyatt as a "Viewers of Tobacco" for Charles City for the north side of Appomattox River. 1644, April 18: Chief Opechancanough leads Indians in an attack, killing nearly 500 colonists.1644, October: A resident in Jamestown shoots Chief Opechancanough, a prisoner, in the back. 1651: First Indian Reservation is created near Richmond, Virginia. 1660, March 3: The Virginia Assembly elects Berkeley to Governorship. 1661: Virginia institutionalizes slavery with a law that makes the status of the mother determine slave or free status of the child. 1669: South Carolina founded. Considering the hardships and dangers of the times, Nathaniel lived to be an old man of about 76 years old. Nathaniel was living as late as 27 Jan. 1675/6 when a deed of gift from Nathaniel Tatum the Elder to his grandson Nathaniel Tatum was recorded in Bristol Parish court. Ann died before April 26, 1684 because a land patent of that date, for 150 acres in Isle of Wright County to Mr. Thomas Pitt, described the land as that which "Ann Tatum died seized of".
1. MARY TATUM, must be the oldest since she is the only one mentioned as having made the trip from England with her parents before 1638.
2. NATHANIEL TATUM II, b abt 1635, Charles City, Va. He married Elizabeth Turner. Died bef 1719, Prince George County, VA
Children: Nathaniel III, maybe also Edward, Christopher, Peter and Henry.
3. SAMUEL TATUM, born abt 1630 in Charles City Co, Va. He married Mary Elizabeth Moore.
Children: Nathaniel (1727, m Elizabeth), Ann, Rebecca, Mary, Barbara, Samuel (m Phoebe)
There may also have been a son named Isaac Tatum (there is mention of an Isaac Tatum in Charles City county court records), and also John Tatum has also been mentioned as a son of Nathaniel's.
SC - U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
David Wilson SAR Membership: 89210 Birth Date: 1700 Birth Place: Ireland Death Date: 1750 Death Place: South Carolina Spouse: Mary Witherspoon Children: Robert Wilson
Brigadier General William Henderson SAR Membership: 84779 Birth Date: 1700 Birth Place: Hanover, Virginia Death Date: 1783 Death Place: Grandville, South Carolina Spouse: Letitia Davis Helson Children: Sarah Hirose
John Gaston SAR Membership: 36422 Birth Date: 1702 Birth Place: Ballymena, Entrin, Ireland Death Date: 1783 Death Place: Chester, South Carolina Spouse: Esther Waugh Children: James Gaston
SC Land Deeds
13 Mar 1728 Robert Daniel Esq. (Landgrave by right of succession) to Isaac Lesesne of Berkeley Co. for 25 lb current SC money 500acres in Craven Co. bounding S on Richard Smith; N on robert Daniel; E & W on vacant land. John Earl of Bath, Palatine, & the Lords Proprs. by letters patent created Col. robert Daniel, grandfather of above Robert Daniel, a Landgrave, granting him 48,000a. Wit: John Stewart, Henry Bossard, Stephen Lee. Before Thomas Cooper. Jacob Motte, Register
3&4 Jul 1729 robert Daniel, Esq. of Thomas Island, Parish of St Thomas, Berkeley Co. SC, to the Rev. Mr. Thomas Hasell, rector, the Hon. Thomas Broughton, Esq. (executor of will of Richard Beresford, Esq. the details of which are given in previous books) richard Harris, Samuel Simmons, William Poole, Isaac Lesesne, Thomas Ashby, vestrymen, Of St. Thomas Parish, for 500 lb, 549a settled on Robert Daniel by Martha Daniel (later Martha Logan) widow by release 16 Apr. 1719, bounding E on Wando River; W on Richard Codner's heirs; N on John Daniel, gentleman; S on Cooper River, except 30a granted to Marmaduke Daniel for life by robert Daniel. The 549a were mortgaged on 23 Jul 1728 by Robert Daniel to the vestryment to secure payment of 500 lb and interest. Wit: Jacob Woolford, thomas Ellery. Before Alexander Parris. Jacob Motte, Register.
19 & 20 Feb 1730 John (X) St. Martin, carpenter, to Landgrave Robert Daniell, both of Berkeley Co., for 400 lb currency, 140a in Berkeley Co., where John St. Martin lives, bouneding N on Jonathan Russ; S on a creek of Wando River; E on marshes of Wando; W on richard Beresford & Jonathan Russ. Wit; william Weekley, Henry Bossard. Before John Daniel, J.P. Jacob Motte, Register
19 Feb 1730 Thomas Russ, planer, & Mary his wife, to Landgrave Robert Daniel, both of Berkeley Co., bounding NE on Mr. Secar; S on Richard Beresford; SW on David Russ. Wil Isaac Lesesne, James Stewart,Robert How.
1757 Cornelius Dougherty letter
Polk’s Oldest Letter
Possibly the oldest letter still in existence today which was written in what is now Polk County, was sent to Captain Paul Demere. It was written by Cornelius Dougharty on December 4, 1757 at Highwassey, near Hiwassee Old Town. Dougharty was an English trader who resided near Hiwassee Old Town for many years. He is known to have owned four slaves and one historian has written that he taught the Indians to steal horses. Capt. Paul Demere was the English Officer in charge of constructing Fort Loudon, which was located on the Little Tennessee River near present day Vonore. This letter was written ninetten years before the Declaration of Independence.
Sir: I have no news to acquaint you with those Parts, but all is peacable as yet, but when the Indians all come in, I shall hear of the Meeting they have in Woods with the Upper Creeks and stinking Luingoes which when I hear, shall acquaint you of the Whole. Here happened an Affair the other Day, Which had liked to be very dismal, as the Indians were alarmed of a Body of white men coming to cut the fellows off and take the Women and Children Slaves. About Break of day the 31st of November came Mr. Goudy and nine more. They broke open my door and took my slaves with them. And there happened to be some Indiqans about my house at that time. They run away stark naked to the Towns, alarmed the Women and in a short Time, there was not one to be seen. They took to the Woods and had liked to have brought all the Indians home from their Hunting had I not sent and stopped them. Chars. McGuingle and Corns. Cokely was in Company with Mr. Gopudy and it was as much as I could do to stop the Indians from Robbing them of their Horses and Goods and I do not know how the Affair will be yet, for they used my Woman very ill. I am afraid this Affair will hinder me from getting any Goods this Winter, which will breed great Confusion, and likewise I think I shall be obliged to quite this Country and let me leave it when I will I shall be missed by the government, for I can prove by several Gentlemen, now in Charles Town, that I have been a safe guard to the Country and what I have lost and am in Debt for, was to keep the Indians in Peace and Unity and therefore I hope the Country will look into it. All this whole Affair was b Sotries carried to Coudy by Cornelius Cokley for Spight, for letting the Tellico People have Ammunition, which had they not, I doubt whether there would have been a Passage for any Thing to your Fort. I have a Parcell of Hoggs which I intend to make into Bacon; if you, or any other Gentlemen wants, let me know by the Bearere and you shall have it. I should be for ever and entirely obliged to you if you would be a great Help to me to get me a little Salt. I am, Sir, Your most humble Servant, Cornelius Dougharty.
1. CORNELIUS 1 DOUGHERTY was born Abt. 1700, and died Abt. 1779 in Seneca Old Town on the Keowee. He married (1) A-NU-WE-GI MOYTOY Bef. 1740, daughter of MOYTOY and WOMAN ANI'-G A'TÂGE'WI. She was born Abt. 1710.More About CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY: Blood: Non-Cherokee Note: "Indian Countryman" of Hiawassee More About A-NU-WE-GI MOYTOY: Blood: Full Blood Cherokee Clan: Ani'-Ga'tâge'wi = Kituah or Wild Potato (Wa-Wli Vann)
Child of CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY and A-NU-WE-GI MOYTOY is:
2.i. JENNIE 2 DOUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1740; d. Aft. 1826.
Children of CORNELIUS DOUGHERTY are:
3.ii. JAMES 2 DOUGHERTY, SR , b. Abt. 1750; d. Aft. 1818.
4.iii . JOH N DOUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1752; d. Aft. 1813.
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Cornelius Dougherty came from Ireland to Va. he was one of the oldest traders with the Cherokee, he built his trading post in the village of Tugaloo from 'Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee". He is also written about in the "Red Carolinians" chapter 14 pag. 268. and the "History of South Carolina under the Royal Government". He was the father of James Dougherty Sr. and g-father of James Dougherty Jr. who married Elizabeth Dean,they had: Sarah, Susan, Cynthia etc.
SC - U.S. Census Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820
John LangM (Male) State South Carolina Ward Saint Paul Parish Residence Year 1740 Household Remarks He is on the Petit Jury list. SourceDocument: Jury Lists, 1740, Acts #664SC Archives. Page Number: 10. Family Number 40
David Lang M (Male) State South Carolina County Ninety Six District Town: Little River Bottom, Broad and Saludy Residence Year 1780 Household Remarks: He is on "A List of Petit-Jury Men and Jury Men in Civil Causes" from "Little River between Broad & Saludy Source Document: Jury Lists, 1779, Acts #1123 SC Archives. Page Number: 14. Family Number 166
James LangM (Male) State South Carolina County: Ninety Six District Town: Little River Bottom, Broad and Saludy Residence Year: 1780 Household Remarks: He is on "A List of Petit-Jury Men and Jury Men in Civil Causes" from "Little River between Broad & Saludy SourceDocument: Jury Lists, 1779, Acts #1123SC Archives. Page Number: 14. Family Number 165
John Lang [John Sang] Township St Thomas County: Cheraws District State: South Carolina Number of Free White Males Under 16: 4 Number of Free White Males 16 and Over: 1 Number of Free White Females: 4 Number of Household Members: 9 Source Year 1790 Census Place: St Thomas, Cheraws District, South Carolina; Roll: M637_11; Page: 365; Image: 224; Family History Library Film: 0568151
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Jerg Lang Year: 1752 Place: South Carolina Source Publication Code: 2855 Primary Immigrant: Lang, Jerg Source Bibliography: HACKER, WERNER. "Auswanderer aus dem Territorium der Reichsstadt Ulm, vor allem im ausgehenden 17. und im 18. Jahrhundert." In Ulm und Oberschwaben: Zeitschrift fuer Geschichte und Kunst, vols. 42/43 (1978), pp. 161-257. Page: 224
Thomas Lang Year 1761-1766 Place: South Carolina Source Publication Code: 945.5 Primary Immigrant: Lang, Thomas Annotation: Date and port of arrival. Source Bibliography: BRITTANIA PASSENGER LIST AND ACRES ASSIGNED. In Dutch Fork Digest (Dutch Fork Chapter of the South Carolina Genealogical Society), vol. 7:3 (July-September 1992), pp. 74-75. Page: 75
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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume XII Number 3, Summer, 1984 SC Militia 1757
Officers Serjts. Privt. Men Slaves Alarm Men
James Tilley, 3 123 Captain
Christopher Rowe, Lt.
Jacob Giessendanner, Ensign
John Lloyd, Captain
Edward 3 80
John Morrison, Ensign
Daniel Sheider, Captain
William 3 2 91
Twelve Mile Creek as far as little Saludy
Fink, Captain 1 40
Forks of Edisto River
William Young, Captain
John 2 24 13 5
Saludy and Bush River
Andrew Brown, Captain
Enoch 3 2 42
Henry Bradshaw, Ensign
James Francis, Captain
Robt. Lang, Lieutenant
Thos. 4 2 64
Henry Foster, 2d Do
Upper parts of Amelia Township
William 1 54
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SCMAR, Volume V Number 1, Winter, 1977 1779Jury List for Cheraws District SCMAR, Vol. V, Winter 1977, No. 1, p.14
George Myers Richard Goodin Moses Pearson William Cook Simon Connall John Husband Isaac Navill Josiah Dortry[?] William McDowell Joshua Terrill Jonathan John Thomas Hickson John Pigott Senr James Thursby George Cherry Zachariah Nettle Clement Brown William Hardick Aaron Pearson Thomas Harrison
Benjamin Davis Franics Gallaspie Benjamin Kolb Shadrach Williamson Thomas Rowe Richard George William Hicks Stephen Gardner Elias Dubose John Hodge Junr Samuel Brown John SpiveyIsaac Dubose Philip Singleton Richard Hodge John Philips John Blakeney Matthew Griffith Edward Drake Archibald McBride Charles Evans Senr Isham Hodge Benjamin Hicks Junr William Barran Charles Evans Junr William Lang Thomas Hammond Shadrach Adkison Daniel Dubose William Hodge Thomas Cothan Daniel Polk Charles Sparks Joshua David Thomas Conner Junr Absolam Sessions Thomas Conn John Duwitt Barnabas Hannaghan Charles Baxter John Brockington Jr George Manderson Joseph Fuller James Nicholson John Akins William Furniss Benjamin Beaverly Robert Nettles Matthew Rushing Evan Prethro John Frazer John Riggs Robert Westfield Joshua Douglass Charles Cottingham Enoch McDowell William Carter Nathaniel Douglass Trustrum Thomas Henry Jackson Thomas Boatwright Lewis Malone Burges Williams George Hickman William Bishop Benjamin Henderick Jonathan Cottingham Samuel Hickman Abraham Cook John Wields Samuel Wines Michael Russel William Bell Enoch Evans Senr John Smith James Russell Joseph Parsons Thomas Coaker Thomas Perace Thomas Kennedy Thomas Davis Thomas Williamson Thomas Brown Peter Dubose Senr George King Daniel Luke James Mathews Andrew Dubose Senr Ethelred Clarey Thomas Dean William Prestwood James Perkins Stephen Tomkins Thomas Evans Junr Thomas Mathews Joseph Chandler Thomas Hicks Moses Fort Joseph Thompson Richard Curtis Senr John Gear Mark Holloway Stephen Parker Edward Sessions John Donaldson John Holloway Elisha Parker Junr Samuel Wadkins Richard Street John Weatherford James Norris Thomas Doyle John Evans William James James Blassingham Levi Brown John O Neal John Marsh Abel Waddle Hampton Sullivant Mackey McNett James Jones John Heath Joseph Dubose Edvard Lowther John McMuldrough Jr Benjamin Jackson James Galloway John Downes Hugh McMuldrough James Hayes Absolam Galloway Thomas Harry James Jamieson Edmond Irby Michael Mixon John Edwards Joseph Wood Jeremiah Brown Samuel Mixon
Joseph Mason Charles Dewitt James Shields Theophilus Norwood Josiah Evans William Williamson William Barland Jonathan Williams William Edwards James Williamson Elisha Parker Senr John Hardy William Standard West Williams James Knight Abraham Alquier Simon Lundy William Wadkins Robert Aikens Isham Hatcher Daniel Lundy Joseph Allison John Hughes Joshua Jones Jacob Johnston Thomas Vining Amos Windham Thomas McManus Joshua Lucas Joshua Stroud Elijah Truit John Cartledge John Lucas Alexr Craig John Garner John Hughbanks Enoch Rentfrow John Benson Robert Partin John Jordan
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SCMAR, Volume VIII Number 1, Winter, 1980 1832 Tax List for the Town of Camden SCMAR, Vol. VIII, Winter 1980, No. 1, p.28
Lee, Frances 25 1600 5.08
Lucas, T. B. 0 100 .21
Labaune, 0 0 12.75
Lany, W. W. 7 3000 3.30
Lang, Thomas 12 2480 3.76
Levy, 3 0 .45
Lavy, Sarah 8 0 7.20
McCain, J. R. 0 0 3.00
Mathis, 2 750 3.86
Mathison & 0 0 37.50
McCail & 1 0 20.15
Matheson, 9 4500 11.47
McCall, Hugh 7 3000 13.05
McIncosh, 0 0 3.00
McDowall, 0 0 3.00
McGee, Hale 3 0 .45
Mickle, 4 650 4.09
Mathes, 0 1040 .78
Mazyck, Mary 0 3000 6.00
McCants, 0 1500 3.00
McMillan, 8 900 4.58
McDonald, 1 750 7.46
Minton, D. 0 300 .23
Murray, J. S. 4 3850 3.68
Matheson & 0 0 9.00
Matheson, F. 0 0 4.50
McCaskill, 1 400 57.20
Moffett, 0 150 .11
Murray & 0 0 15.00
Murray, Q. D. 2 0 3.30
McKain, W. 6 2000 5.40
McEwen, 0 1200 2.40
McWillie, 6 4000 3.90
McCaskill, 0 0 6.00
McCaa, John 4 1200 2.25
McRa, John 2 0 .30
McRa, 13 3500 4.58
McEwen, J. 0 0 45.00
Martin, James 2 600 4.50
Nixon, 5 5000 5.75
Niolin, J. M. 1 2200 1.80
Niolin, J. M. 0 0 15.00*
Parish, Maria 0 500 .38
Purriane, A. 0 300 .68
Netty (1 free
Marriage and Death Notices from Baptist Newspapers of South Carolina,
1866-1887 The Working Christian Issue of October 9, 1879 page 121 Marriages & Deaths, Baptist Newspapers, SC, 1866-1887 On the 29th ult., at the residence of Mr. -- Lang, by Rev. A. S. Willeford, Mr. D. B. Brown and Miss C. E. Mahaffey, all of Kershaw Co., S. C.
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SCMAR, Volume II Number 3, Summer, 1974 Early Wills of Camden District (Continued from Vol. 2, p.101.) SCMAR, Vol. II, Summer 1974, No. 3, p.143
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SCMAR, Volume III Number 1, Winter, 1975 - 1784 Tax Returns SCMAR, Vol. III, Winter 1975, No. 1, p.26
Will'm Lang (2)
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SCMAR, Volume V Number 2, Spring, 1977 Some Lapsed Colonial Plats Townships Owners Acres When survey'd
Orangeburgh Hans 300 October 3,
John Orly 50 October 4,
Peter Huber 150 October 6,
John Meyer 400 October 8,
Anna Maria 250 October 8,
Abra. Van 350 October 12,
Henry Snell 350 October 13,
Christian 150 October 22,
Hans Ulrick 550 October 21,
Hartbol 350 October 22,
Godina[?] 250 February 1,
Sabina 200 February 1,
Gideon Soldam 200 February 2,
Margaret 50 December
Hoffe 12, 1738
Mich. Chris. 100 Dec. 12,
John Peterly 300 Dec. 15,
John Rose 50 Dec. 15,
Henry Zoley 50 Dec. 15,
John Balziger 50 Dec. 13,
Valentine 400 Dec. 16,
George 200 Dec. 18,
John 550 Dec. 18,
John Veidein 250 Dec. 20,
John 200 Dec. 20,
Jacob Brock 450 Dec. 20,
Jacob 100 February 16,
Margaret 100 February 17,
John Gozz[?] 100 February 19,
John 150 February 19,
Jacob Schuler 400 February 19,
Ursula San 50 February 19,
Adam Jutz 50 Jan. 22, 1739
George 400 Jan. 22,
Philip 250 Jan. 22,
Gasper, 200 July 25,
Isaac Hotto 350 July 25,
Martin Schudf 300 July 26,
John Geor. 100 July 26,
Maria Hanchy 50 January 10,
Mathias Celer 150 January 10,
Magdalen 200 January 11,
Jacob Leach 50 Jan[?] 28,
Hilian Tappe 50 Dec. 2,
Anna 150 December 2,
George 200 December 2,
Maria 50 December 2,
Peter 50 December 2,
Andr. 50 December 3,
Chris. 50 December 2,
Christian 100 December 3,
Elizabeth 50 ——– 14, ——
Frederick 300 —————
Hans Tomman 100 ——— 5,
Rebecca 50 —————
Elizabeth 50 —————
Elias Snell 100 ———– 6,
Peter Roth 1 September
Williamsburgh John Price 200 May 25, 1737
James 250 February 2,
George 100 March 25,
John Watson 150 —— 8, 1740
William Orr 300 ——– 26, ——
John Carrol 300 ——– 27, ——
John Lemon 300 ——– 23,
SaxeGotha John Bruck 350 September
Henry Scone 50 —————
John Shillig 150 ——– 12, ——
Hans Maria 250 ——– 15, ——
Ulrick Busser 250 —————
Richard 350 November
Myrick 19, ——
Robert Lang 200 —————
William 150 February 8,
Jac. Hans 150 May 28, 1739
Jac. 100 December
Haghebucher 20, 1742
Hans Ul 150 —————
Thomas 50 —— 23, —–
Chris. 100 ——– 30, —–
Amelia William 20 November
Camell 24, 1737
Mary Haggat 100 —————
Peter Crim 100 September 9,
Adley 450 December
Maxwell 15, 1742
Kingston James Smith 200 April 11, 1738
Purrysburgh Pierre 100 September 4,
Francis Breton 94 January 16,
John 150 February 3,
Marick 50 May 9, 1739
George 300 —– 16, —–
Daniel 200 —– 20, —–
Cath. 100 July 16, —–
Francis 250 —————–
John Fran. 100 February 17,
John Amory 500 October 14,
Rev. Hen. 450 November 9,
John Delagage 250 February 8,
Louis Quinch 350 ——– 24, —–
Anna Jeaneret 150 March 21, ——
Peter 250 —————
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Number 1, Winter, 1977 Tax Collectors of the Revolutionary Period
John Lambert James Henry Hyrne
David William Day John Miles Ferguson
for Combahee & Chehaw, in the said parish
William William John Godfrey
William Webb William Webb Daniel Dalton
St. James, Santes
Charles Anthony Thomas Gaillard Simons Boone, senior
Joseph Legare John Drake Lewis Miles
David Gaillard Benjamin Peter Walker Porcher, Jr
Thomas Samuel Peyre Samuel Cooper Dubose
Prince George, Winyaw
Joseph Allston John Cogdell Edward Martin
Samuel Daniel Tucker John Cogdell Dwight
George William Thomas Herriot Allston, son Mitchell of Joseph
James Gordon James Ford Jr
John Dozier Alexander Philip Britton Dunn
William Davis Francis William Goddard Thompson
All Saints (until 1779 within Prince George, Winyaw)
William Alston, Jr
Wm Pegues William William Pegues Pegues
Arthur Hart Thomas Powe Benjamin Hicks
Daniel Peter Dubose Lam Benton Dubose
Matthew Elias Dubose Holding
Hugh Giles Anthony Gavin White Sr Witherspoon Esq
Anthony Thomas Potts Samuel James White
James William Snow William Fleming Wilson
William John Ervin Michan
Henry Felder Philip Frierson Samuel Dubois
William Reed William Jacob Steatly Christopher Zhan
Joseph George Jared Neilson Dunklin Frierson
Parish of Orange (until 1779 within St. Matthew's)
St. Helena, Port Royal
John Edwards Thomas Captain Rutledge James Doharty (?DOZIER,DOUGE,)
Capt Daniel William William Heyward Hazzard Wigg Mongin
Daniel Greene William John Fripp Jr Norton
St. Peter's, Purrysburgh
Robert Dillon John Buche Jr Paul Porcher
William Ross Paul Porcher Thomas Cater Jr
John John Joachim Fenwicke Hartstone
James Smith Henry Job Desaussure McPherson
Charles Brown Joseph Ainger James Smith
John Meating William William
District Eastward of the Wateree
Samuel Little George John Doby Douglass
James John Chesnutt Glass Caston Rembert
John Chesnutt William Lang John Marshall
William John Davies John Gabriel Massie Guignard
George John Fahre John James Jr
John Marshall Samuel Samuel Little
James William Isham Moore
of the north branch of Black River
John Burgess John Chesnut
Hugh Turpin Robert Bryant Patrick Calhoun
John Ervin James Moore John Ewing
Nathaniel Spraggins John Irvine Thomas Leech
Artemas Benjamin Adam Crain
Watson Bell Jones
Francis Henry Foster Andrew
Robert Bryant Arthur William Jones
Patrick Patrick Thomas Key
Robert Andrew Russell
Anderson Pickens Wilson
David Zubly Nathaniel
District of Saxe-Gotha and parts adjacent
George Stroud William William
Andrew Samuel Jacob Sayler
District Between Broad and Saluda Rivers, in three divisions, viz,
George Thomas Michael
Strother Kennerly Leitmer
Sarshal Grafty John
Little River District
John Williams John Williams Henry O'Neal
Jonathan Downes Andrew Thomson Capt. John Caldwell
John Thomas Jr John Thomas John Haile
Andrew Thompson AndrewThompsonDaniel Thomas
District Between the Broad and Catawba Rivers:
James Taylor James Taylor Jas. Taylor
Philip Pearson Philip Pearson Philip Pearson
John Ellison John Ellison John Allison
Michael Dixon Robert Patton John Pearson
Robert Patton Amos Tims Robert Patton
Amos Time Francis Goodwyn
District called the New Acquisition:
Joseph Howe Joseph Howe Joseph Howe
William David Byers,
District Between Savannah River and north Fork of Edisto:
William William John Collins
James Moore James Moore George Robison
Henry Peoples Henry Peoples James Leyton Richards
Henry Young John Jennings
St. Philip and St. Michael:
Charles William William
Atkins Logan Ancrum
James Smith Samuel John Ernest Legare Poyas
James McCall John Bryan Thomas Young
Jonathan Richard Mark Morris
Assessors Thomas Jones John Walter
Josiah Edward John Splatt
Bonneau Darrell Cripps
Plowden Richard Richard
Weston Wainwright Moncrief,
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SCMAR, Volume V Number 1, Winter, 1977 Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 4, p.222.) SCMAR, Vol. V, Winter 1977, No. 1, p.53
FOR THE PRIVATE FRONTIER FORTS
To Elizabeth Abernety, for provisions for Loyal's Fort 25 09 09
John Loyale ditto 26 12 08
Ephraim Loyale ditto 8 18 102
Lucretia Mitchesson ditto 10 16 00
Elizabeth McKoy ditto 8 10 07
John Walker ditto 5 08 00
Bryan White ditto 20 10 04
George Bell ditto 30 00 09
Job Meadows ditto 10 13 07
To William Allison for provisions for Turner's Fort 14 00 09
To Daniel Burnett, for the same service 7 11 02
Jean Beary ditto 9 14 04
Joseph Hismon ditto 49 11 05
Robert Johnson ditto 24 14 06
John Jones ditto 16 03 06
Thomas Largen ditto 10 16 00
Robert Lang ditto 10 16 00
William M'Queen ditto 16 16 11
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SCMAR, Volume V Number 4, Fall, 1977 - 1786 Tax Returns SCMAR, Vol. V, Fall 1977, No. 4, p.221 Eastward Wateree John G. Guignard Isham Moore, Thos. Roche, Jams. Rembert Willm. Lang, Jno. Lowry, Roger Wilson, John Lawson, John Marshall, Charles Miller
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SCMAR, Volume VI Number 3, Summer, 1978 Early Wills of Camden District (Continued from Vol. 6, p.78)
SCMAR, Vol. VI, Summer 1978, No. 3, p.166 Pp. 331-332: William Wyly of Camden in the District of Camden…to my dearly beloved wife Elizabeth Wyly, one third of my Estate real and personal and at her deceased to devolve to my daughter Dinah Wyly & in case of my daughter Dinah deceasing without issue than to James Wilson Lang, Samuel Lang, and John Wyly Lang, sons of William and Sarah Lang…Exrs: William Lang, John Chesnut, and John Millhouse…13 November 1785. Wm Wyly (LS),
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SCMAR, Volume VI Number 1, Winter, 1978 Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Edgefield Advertiser (Continued from Vol. 5, p.114) SCMAR, Vol. VI, Winter 1978, No. 1, p.36 On the same morning, Mr. James Lang, aged about 22 years. (Ibid.)
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SCMAR, Volume VIII Number 4, Fall, 1980 Marriage, Death, and Estate Notices from the Lancaster Ledger (Continued from Vol.VIII, p.150) SCMAR, Vol. VIII, Fall 1980, No. 4, p.213 Married on the 22d inst., by Archibald Lang, Esq., at the residence of Mr. Thomas Richardson, Mr. General W. Plyler, son of Jacob and Margaret Plyler, to Miss H. Richardson, daughter of Thos. and Mary Richardson, of Union County, N. C. (May 28, 1856)
Bailey Family Birth Records, 1858-1895 - Giles Co. VA
Willard F. Bailey 1858 Jesse & Julia Bailey
Mary Bailey 9-2-1859 Curtis & Clara Bailey
Reuben C. Bailey 7-15-1864 James & Sarah Bailey
William Clay Bailey 7-10-1865 John P. & Clara J. Bailey
James William Thomas Bailey 7-13-1866 Benjamin & Esmerelda Bailey
Isabella Bailey 5-10-1874 James & Sarah J. Bailey
Luammi J. Bailey 4-11-1875 Benjamin & Maralda Bailey
George C. Bailey 9-1-1875 Elvina? Bailey
Nannie L. Bailey 4-15-1877 Joseph & Adaline Bailey
Thomas Bailey 12-15-1877 Wilmeth Bailey, mother Walker Bailey, uncle
Walter Jackson Bailey 12-20-1877 Ann Bailey, mother Walker Bailey, uncle
Fannie L. Bailey (mulatto) 5-1-1877 Ellen Bailey, mother Walker Bailey, uncle
Charles B. Bailey 4-14-1877 Polly Ann Bailey
James E. Bailey 9-13-1877 Joseph & Margaret Bailey William Moser, uncle
John E. Bailey 10-25-1878 William S. & Mary A. Bailey
Lula N. Bailey 12-28-1879 James & Jane Bailey
Willie Bailey (female) 1-10-1880 Unknown Woods & Sarah Bailey
Helen E. Bailey 7-10-1880 Joseph Jr. & Adaline Bailey
Daughter Bailey 6-1-1880 Joseph Jr. & Margaret Bailey
Ballard P. Bailey 10-2-1882 James L. & Adaline Bailey
Clary M. Bailey 3-9-1882 Andrew L. & Martha Bailey
Dick Bailey 10-1-1884 William & Martha Bailey
John D. Bailey 4-15-1884 Nannie Bailey, mother
Thomas Bailey 3-19-1884 Lewis & Martha Bailey
Eliza C. A. Bailey 1-7-1884 Harriet Bailey, mother
Son Bailey 11-4-1886 Reuben C. & Rosella Bailey
Effa? E. Bailey 7-12-1888 Reuben & Rosella Bailey
James Bailey 5-26-1890 Reuben C. & Rosetta Bailey
Daughter Bailey 1-30-1890 James E. & Lucy Bailey
Earnest Bailey 5-13-1892 Reuben C. Bailey, father
Carrie Bailey 2-17-1895 J. E. & R. J. Bailey
South Carolina Misc Note
Charlotte MatuseB: ? D: St Phillips Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina, USAmarried Joseph Prevost he died D: Saint Domingue (Haiti) children
1. Sophira Sophie Prevost Daughter 1775 Domingue, Artibonite, Haiti 1851 Cope, Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA
2. Joseph Prevost Son 1805 Probably Saint Domingue Anderson, South Carolina, USA
3. Margaret Amelia Prevost Daughter 27 Sept 1807 / 4 Dec 1883
General Matuse Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: South Carolina Regiment Name: 14 South Carolina Infantry. Regiment Name Expanded: 14th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry Company: B Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Alternate Name General J. P. / McNure Film Number: M381 roll 21
William Matuse Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: South Carolina Regiment Name: 14 South Carolina Infantry. Regiment Name Expanded: 14th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry Company: B Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Alternate Name: William/McNure Film Number: M381 roll 21
William Matuse Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: South Carolina Regiment Name: 8 South Carolina Infantry. Regiment Name Expanded: 8th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry Company: FM Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Film Number: M381 roll 21
William Matuse Side Served: Confederacy State Served: South Carolina Service Record: Enlisted as a Private. Enlisted in Company F, 8th Infantry Regiment South Carolina. Sources: 425
1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules Results
Inman Mattucc Female Darlington Sc.
Inman Mattucci Age in 1860: 64 Birth Year: abt 1796 Birthplace: South Carolina Home in 1860: Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina Gender: Female Post Office: Darlington Darlington, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1218; Page: 408; Image: 330
Need to take a better look at this surname in SC. This might be the lead for William Matuce, Matuse........
Willm Maddox Gender: M (Male) State: South Carolina County: Camden District Town: East Side of The Wateree Residence Year: 1780 Household Remarks: He is on the Petit Jury List for the "District of Camden". Jury Lists, 1778, Acts #1078 [at SC Archives]. Page Number: 9. Family Number: 89
George Muttesay Gender: M (Male) State: South Carolina County: Orangeburg District Residence Year: 1780 Household Remarks: He is on the Petit Jury list for "Orangeburgh District." Jury Lists, 1783, Acts #1172 [at SC Archives]. Page Number: 6. Family Number: 31