I have a David Crenshaw b. abt. 1753 Virginiad. Virginia married to a Susannah Barksdale b.July 22, 1765 Amelia County, Virginiad. Virginiamarried.August 08, 1795 Charlotte Co., VA(Title: Marriages Charlotte County, VA 1764-1815, KnorrRepository: Call Number: Media: Book Page: 221)They had a son,John Crenshawb. Abt. 1790 Charlotte Co., VAd. Bet. 1796 - 1896 Virginia. Susannah Barksdale Crenshaw was the daughter of Thomas Clairborne Barksdaleb. Amelia County, Virginiad. Amelia County, VirginiaandSarah Goodeb. about 1732 Henrico Co., VAd. Amelia Co., VAThey married Abt. 1766Their children were: Susannah Barksdaleb. Abt. 1732 Henrico Co., VA Lucy Barksdaleb. December 06, 1766She married Col. Edward Tate Sarah Barksdaleb. October 17, 1769 Charlotte Co., Vad. January 23, 1823Married Capt. Dabney Collier William Barksdaleb. March 06, 1771 Grief Barksdale (m) b. December 25, 1772 Charlotte Co., Va He married a Miss Elliott
Sarah Goode was the daughter of Samuel Goode IIb. 1689 Whitby, Henrico, VAd. December 18, 1797 Prince Edward, VA buried: Henrico Co, VaHe was married to Susannah Burwellb. 1705 Carters Creek, Prince Edward, VAd. Prince Edward, VABuried: Henrico Co, VA.They were married about 1733 Prince Edward, VAHis will states:.. "I lend to my granddaughter, Susanna Crenshaw, daughter of Sarah Barksdale, dec'd, four negroes, namely, a negro woman named Hannah, a negro woman named Lueisa, a negro boy named Spencer, and a negro boy Jack during her natural life, and after her decease to leave the said negroes to be equally divided among all her children as they arrive to the age of twenty-one or marry; but if they should die before they arrive to that age or marry, I give and bequeath the said Negroes and their increase to be equally divided between my grandchildren, the sons and daughters of Sarah Barksdale, dec'd, namely Lucy Tate, Sarah Barksdale, William Barksdale and Grief Barksdale, to them and their heirs forever."