Consolver Notes

Research compiled by Joanne Rabun from
various online sources and other researchers
(most notably Lanette Hewlett and Harl Ryder)

Last Updated March, 2004

COUNTY REFERENCE | LOCATION TIMELINE | RECORDS and ABSTRACTS


Here are a few of the ways we have found this surname spelled over the years!

CONSALUES
CONSALVINS
CONSALVO
CONSAUL
CONSAULV

CONSAULVO
CONSELVEN
CONSOLBARE

CONSOLIVER
CONSOLUANT
CONSOLVENT
CONSOLVER
CONSOLVEY
CONSOLVIER
CONSOLVO
CONSSALVIS

CONSUL
CONTOLVO
GONSALOOS
GONSALVO
GONSOLVES
GONSOLVOE
GUNSALVO
GUNSOLIUS
KINGSOLVER
KINGSOLAVER, KINGSOLIVER
KINSOLVER
KINSOLVING
KINGSOLVING
I'd love to compare notes with you on this family!
E-mail me joannetodd@comcast.net

MY CONSOLVER LINE
MY HORNER LINE

I have recently begun backtracking on the findings given to me early in my genealogy research. Some of the facts just didn't make sense to me. All of these notes were my attempt at trying to clear up some of the confusion in my own mind. I have removed the entire HORNER line that I had pending further research.


LAST UPDATED:
 16 Oct 2006

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Current Virginia Counties Reference

  • ACCOMACK CO., VIRGINIA
    Formed in 1663 from Northampton Co.
  • AUGUSTA CO., VIRGINIA
    Formed in 1745 from Orange Co.
  • BEDFORD CO., VIRGINIA
    Formed in 1754 from Lunenberg Co.

Discontinued Virginia Counties Reference

  • LOWER NORFOLK CO., VIRGINIA
    Formed in 1637 from New Norfolk Co., abolished in 1691. Records are in the City of Chesapeake.
  • NORFOLK CO., VIRGINIA
    Formed in 1691 from Lower Norfolk, merged with the City of Chesapeake in 1963. All record were transfered to the City of Chesapeake. Some records may also be located in the City of Portsmouth. Records include: Marr from 1866, Land from 1734, Probate from 1866 and Court Records fr. 1774
  • PRINCESS ANNE CO., VIRGINIA
    Formed from Lower Norfolk Co. about 1691. Merged with and records transferred to the City of Virginia Beach in 1963. They include Marr from 1724, Death from 1853, Land, Probate and Court Records from 1691

Location Timeline (see full records below)

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE RECORDS and ABSTRACTS BELOW!

EARLY GONSALVO/CONSOLVO IN ACCOMACK CO., VIRGINIA

  • 1671 - John GONSALVO and Elisabeth CHAMBERS have child out of wedlock
  • 1671 - Peter Walker and John GONSALVO sign business agreement
  • 1672 - John CONSOLVO charged with bad behavior
  • 1675 - John GUNSOLUIS "Spaniard" 100 acres on Onancock Creek, north of Spoon Branch (sale doesn't happen)
  • 1678 - Ralph Doe lawsuit against Grace GONSOLVO is dismissed
  • 1665-1695 - John CONSALVES on Accomack Co., Virginia tithables list
  • 1704 - Quit Rent Rolls: William CONSALVINS 200 acres
EARLY CONSAULVO/CONSOLVO/CONSSALVIS/CONSALVINS/CONSAUL/CONSOLBARE
IN PRINCESS ANNE CO., VIRGINIA and NORFOLK CO., VIRGINIA
  • 1695 - William CONSOLVO buys 50 acres from Adam KEELING
  • 1703 - Birth of Rachall CONSSALVIS, daughter of William and (Grace Davis?) CONSOLVO.
  • bef 1711 - Both William CONSOLVO and wife (DAVIS) had died, their daughter Rachall was indentured
  • 1726 - Death of William CONSOLVO, father of John and William
  • 1729 - William CONSAUL gives 50 acres to Francis CONSAUL
  • 1731 - William CONSOLVO buys 211 acres of swamp near head of Lynnhaven River from Max. BOUSH
  • 1731 - John CONSOLVO buys 100 acres from Richard and Elisabeth GARDNER
  • 1731 - John CONSOLBARE serves as executor for George TALBOT's estate
  • 1735 - William CONSAUL appointed Lynnhaven Parish Processioner
  • 1740 - William CONSAUL, John CONSALVO (Lynnhaven), William CONSALVO on VA census
  • 1740 - William CONSAUL buys 50 acres from Richard and Elizabeth GARNER
  • 1740 - John CONSOLVO paid for keeping Thomas GILBERT by Lynnhaven Parish
  • 1741 - Ann, widow of John CONSALVO, auctions his estate
  • 1741 - Francis CONSALVO, son of John CONSALVO, indentured to William CONSALVO
  • 1743 - Henry CONSAULVO appointed Lynnhaven Parish Processioner
  • 1743 - Orphan Mary CONSALVO is indentured to George CURTIS
  • 1746 - William CONSAUL Sr. and Jr. witness Richard and Eliza GARNOR deed of gift to daughter Mary 60 acres called Creedles
  • 1746 - Marriage of Ann CONSAULVO and John DENNY
  • 1748 - William CONSAUL Sr. gives 150 acres to his son William CONSAUL Jr.
  • 1749 - Francis CONSAULVO sells 100 acres to William CONSAUL Jr.
  • 1752 - William CONSAUL keeps Abigail Higgins for 2 mos. 9 days
  • 1753 - William CONSAUL Jr. dies, leaves no will, Joel CORNICK settles estate
  • 1756 - Charles CONSAUL is a witness to a legal transaction
  • 1758 - Amy CONSAULVO, widow of William CONSAUL, receives dower land
  • 1759 - William CONSAUL Sr. dies, his wife was Ann GARNER
  • 1759 - Amy CONSAUL vs. Henry CONSAUL executor of William CONSAUL's estate lawsuit
  • 1760 - Amy CONSAULVO vs. Reodolphus MALBONE lawsuit
  • 1761 - Priscilla CONSAULVO vs. Andrew CONSAULVO lawsuit
  • 1761 - Micajah CONSOLVER says he was born in Albemarle Co.
  • 1762 - Henry CONSAULVO sells property to Thomas KEELING
  • 1763 - John DOPSON to Henry CONSAULVO bill of sale for estate items he bought
  • 1763 - Francis CONSAULVO witness to a legal transaction in PAC
  • 1764 - Abiah CONSAULVO declines administration of her husband Francis CONSAULVO in PAC
  • 1764-1768 - Abia CONSAULVO receives help for 4 children from Lynnhaven Parish in PAC
  • 1764 - Henry CONSALVO died, estate appraised, wife Keziah was executor of estate in PAC
  • 1764 - Keziah CONSAULVO chosen guardian of Francis and Keziah Richason CONSAULVO in PAC
  • 1765 - Arrest warrant for John and Anne CONSAULVO, trespassed against Andrew CONSAULVO in PAC
  • 1765 - Anne RUSSELL sold her dowery land, which once belonged to John CONSAULVO
  • 1771-1774 - John CONSAUL 10 acres in PAC
  • 1771-1776 - Elizabeth CONSAULVO receives help for 4 children in PAC
  • 1772 - John and Anne DENNY, Frances CONSAUL sell 34 acres which belonged to Henry CONSAULVO
  • 1773 - Frances CONSAUL sells 40 acres which belonged to Henry CONSAUL
  • 1773 - John and Anne DENNY, Frances CONSAULVO sell 17 acres which belonged to Henry CONSAULVO
  • 1773 - Marriage of Frances CONSAUL and George DENNY in PAC
  • 1773 - John and Anne DENNY sell part of 285 acres which belonged to Henry CONSAUL
  • 1774 - Marriage of Priscilla CONSALLVO and James WILLEROY
  • 1774 - Inventory of estate of John CONSAUL in PAC
  • 1776 - Charles CONSOLVER at Thomas Armstrong's estate sale in Augusta Co., Virginia
  • 1781 - Charles CONSOLVER died in the Revolution
  • 1782 - Martin CONSOLAVER on tax list in Albemarle Co., Virginia
  • 1783 - James CONSOLIVE buys land on the Mechums River in Albemarle Co., Virginia
  • 1783 - Marriage of Mary CONSOLVIN (widow of Charles) in Rockbridge Co., Virginia
  • 1785 - Marriage of Fanney CONSAULVO and Henry BURGESS Jr.
  • 1786 - Charles CONSOLVANT buys from the estate of John McDONOUGH
  • 1787 - Marriage of Mrs. Mary CONSAUL and Anthony BARDY in Norfolk Co.
  • 1789 - Marriage of Mary CONSAUL and Markham HUGGINS
  • 1797 - Henry Mathias ran away from William CONSOLVO, tailor, Norfolk Co.

MORE TO COME!!!!

EARLY CONSOLVEN IN AUGUSTA CO., VIRGINIA

  • 1755 - Mrs. CONSLER and daughter killed by enemy at Green Brier
  • 1773/1774 Charles CONSELVEN twice returned on List of Levys

EARLY CONSOLVERS IN LUNENBERG and BEDFORD CO., VIRGINIA
(Bedford Co. formed in 1754 from Lunenberg Co.)

  • 1755 - John CONSOLVER is "kept" for over one year in Cumberland Parish, Lunenberg Co.
  • 1758 - Capt. John Jennings and Mrs. Gill paid for keeping John CONSOLVER
  • 1759-1761 - Mrs. Gill paid for keeping John CONSOLVENT'S child
  • 1779 - John CONSOLVER (surety), Bedford Co.
  • 1794 - Jonathan CONSOLVER marries Milley ROBERTSON, Bedford Co.
  • 1804 - Jonathan CONSOLVER's daughter Celia gets married, Bedford Co.
  • 1782, 1785, 1787-1791, 1794, 1796-1799, 1801, 1803-1807 - Jonathan CONSOLVER on tax list, Bedford Co.
EARLY CONSOLVEY/CONSOLVENT IN PATRICK and HENRY CO., VIRGINIA
(Patrick Co. formed in 1791 from Henry Co.)
  • 1790 - John CONSOLVEY on tax list (who is this guy?) in Henry Co.
  • 1791 - Edward DANIEL married Polly CONSOLVENT in Patrick Co.

EARLY CONSOLVERS IN WASHINGTON CO., VIRGINIA

  • 1809 - Jonathan CONSOLVER and Jacob CONSOLVER on tax list
  • 1810 - Jacob CONSOLVER on tax list
  • 1810 - Milley CONSOLVER on census (b. 1765-1784) (This is Jonathan's second wife and the three children they had together)
  • 1810 - Charles CONSOLVER on census (b. 1765-1784) (This is Jonathan's son by first wife)
  • 1816 - Barnett CONSOLVER marriage (This is Jonathan's son by second wife)
  • 1821 - marriage of Milley KINGSOLVER and John THOMAS
  • 1811 - Charles KINGSOLVAR on tax list
  • 1812 - Charles CONSOLVAN on tax list
  • 1813 - Charles KINSOLVEN on tax list
  • 1815-1826 - Charles KINSOLVER on tax list
  • 1827-1844 - Charles KINGSOLVER on tax list
  • 1829 - Anna CONSOLVER married Andrew Wirt

EARLY CONSOLVERS IN CULPEPER CO., VIRGINIA

  • 1810 - census of Martin CONSOLVER
  • 1812 - marriage of John CONSOLVER and Anne Blair
  • 1820 - William CONSOLVER (1M b. 1775-1794, 1M and 1F b. bef 1775)
  • 1820 - John CONSOLVER (b. 1775-1794) on census

EARLY CONSOLVERS IN MONTGOMERY CO., OHIO

  • 1811 - marriage of Jacob CONSOLVER and Rachel Archer
  • 1812 - Jacob CONSOLVER served in War of 1812
  • 1820 - census shows John CONSOLVER (b. 1775-1794) in Washington Twp.

EARLY CONSOLVERS IN MIAMI CO., OHIO

  • 1820 - census shows Jacob CONSOLVER (b. 1775-1794) in Lost Creek Twp.
  • 1826 - Jacob and Rachel CONSOLVER buy land in Lost Creek Twp.
  • 1830 - census shows Jacob CONSOLVER in Brown Twp.
  • 1835 - census shows Jacob CONSOLVER and Jacob CONSOLVER Jr. in Brown Twp.
  • 1835 - Jacob CONSOLVER buy land in Brown Twp.
  • 1847 - Jacob CONSOLVER, of Shelby Ccob CONo., provides information to court

EARLY CONSOLVERS IN SHELBY CO., OHIO

  • 1836 - marriage of Ann CONSOLVER and George MOYER
  • 1837 - Jacob CONSOLVER of Miami Co., Ohio purchased 80 acres in Shelby Co., Ohio (T7S R5E S25)
  • 1840 - John and Nancy (CONSOLVER) HORNER borrow $100, buy 91.69 acres T2 R7E S37 (Salem Twp) and later sell 30 acres of it to Adam COUNTS
  • 1840 - census of John CONSOLVER (b. 1770-1780)
  • 1840 - marriage of Jacob CONSOLVER (of Shelby Co.) and Rachael SHAW (of Miami Co.)
  • 1841 - Rachael (SHAW) CONSOLVER leaves Jacob CONSOLVER and moves to Indiana until 1848
  • 1840 - marriage of Ann CONSOLVER and John TODD
  • 1843 - marriage of Martha CONSOLVER and Barton BATES
  • 1843 - marriage of Elizabeth CONSOLVER and Abraham RINEHART
  • 1843 - marriage of Isaac S. CONSOLVER and Jane HALL
  • 1845 - marriage of Lydia CONSOLVER and Alexander HALL
  • 1848 - estate settlement of William HALL names Alexander HALL and Isaac & Jane CONSOLVER, et al.
  • 1848 - mortgage of John and Nancy (CONSOLVER) HORNER foreclosed and land sold
  • 1848 - Rachael SHAW (wife of Jacob CONSOLVER) gives statement to Court of Common Pleas
  • 1848 - estate of John TODD
  • 1849 - marriage of Allen A. CONSOLVER and Mary AGUE
  • 1850 - census shows Nancy A. CONSOLVER
  • 1852 - marriage of Abraham CONSOLVER and Elizabeth BATES
  • 1855 - marriage of Laura Ellen CONSOLVER in Port Jefferson
  • 1854 - marriage of Nancy HORNER, age 50, and George BLAKELY, age 45
  • 1858 - marriage of Jacob CONSOLVER and Diana CORSON
  • 1859 - marriage of Sarah E. CONSOLVER and Jonathan C. WESTFALL
  • 1871 - marriage of Julia Ann CONSOLVER and Robert S. REED
  • 1877 - marriage of Caroline CONSOLVER and Lewis A. McFARLAND
  • 1880 - census shows Jacob CONSOLVER in Jackson Twp.
  • 1893 - marriage of Lydia Ann CONSOLVER and Elgie D. Faulder

Records and Abstracts

1662
Ships records show a Jan CONSOLVIER coming to the New Netherlands with his wife and four daughters in 1662. (source: Diane3594@aol.com)

7 Mar 1671
Elisabeth Chambers confessed fornication and named John GONSALVO as the father of her bastard child. Ordered that Gonsalvo be taken into the sheriff’s custody till providing security to save the parish from supporting the child, posting bond for good behavior, and paying court costs. Accomack Co., Virginia Court Orders Pg. 71
(source: Accomack Co., Virginia Court Records transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com)

20 July 1671
Deposition of Roger Ternen aged about 30 years: About Jan 1669/70 Ternen was at his own house, where Peter Walker and John GONSALVO made a bargain of work. They agreed that Walker would furnish Gonsalvo with tools to work at their trade. Walker would have two thirds of the payment for their labor and Gonsalvo one third. When Gonsalvo could furnish his own tools, he was at liberty to work for himself. Signed 20 Jul 1671 by Roger (X) Fornen. (sic)

Deposition of Isak Dix aged about 25 years. He was at Roger Fernen’s (sic) house, when Peter Walker and Jno. GONSALVO made the agreement as stated above. Signed 20 Jul 1671, by Isack Dix. (Pg. 15)
Accomac Co. Virginia Court Orders
(source: Accomack Co., Virginia Court Records, transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com)

16 Aug 1671
The case between John GONSALVO, plaintiff and Peter Walker, defendant was referred to the next court. (Pg. 17)
(source: Accomack Co., Virginia Court Records, transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com)

18 Nov 1671
Ordered that Peter Walker, defendant, pay John GONSALVO plaintiff, 318 lbs. tobacco and the cost of the suit. Captain George Parker was entered as attorney for John GONSALVO. (Pg. 27)
(source: Accomack Co., Virginia Court Records)

17 Sep 1672
John CONTOLVO who had posted bond for behavior, was discharged from the bond and paid court charges.
(source: Accomack Co., Virginia Court Records)

Novels, Romances, Etc. For sale at Mt. Pleasant Book-Store Richmond
Gonsolvo of Cordova (Recorded in the William and Mary Quarterly Pg. 135)

11 Sep 1674
Tithables Accomack Co., Virginia - John GONSOLVES 1

1675
Tithables Accomack Co., Virginia - Jno. CONSALUES 1

11 Feb 1675
Joseph and Ann Newton sell 100 acres to John GUNSOLIUS, but he never completed. The transaction and the land reverted to the Newtons.

John GUNSOLIUS Land Purchased of Joseph Newton
This indenture made the eleventh day of February one thousand six hundred and seventy and five now know ye that I Joseph Newton of the Co., of Accomack Cooper with the consent of my wife Ann do hereby wit and set unto John GUNSOLIUS Spaniard a certain parcel of land containing one hundred acres lying and being on Onancock Creek on the north side of Spoon Branch at the head thereof and is part of a ___ of land containing three hundred and fifty acres of land formally granted to George Truit. sold as by Patent from the Honorable Goorin will approve which land was purchased by the said Newton from Henry the __ son of a friend of George Truit and will approve upon the record in the Co., office of Accomack.

...aforesaid Gonsolis, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, for and during the full terme of ffourscore and ninteen yeares, bounded on the western part by a little line rather to the westward of the said Gaolus house being the neerest oaks thereto, and from thence with a direct line to the midle line in the neck which parteth the land of John Williams and the aforesaid Devident and so raunning into the woodes as far as the extent of the plain reacheth, To have and to hold the aforesaid land with all his due share of all mines and minerals, woods, waters, rivers, brooks, with hunting, hawking, fowling, and all hereditaments whatsoever, and aportenances now thereunto belonging, from me, my heirs, executors or administrators unto the abovesaid Gunsolvis, his heirs, executors or assigns for and during the terme abovesaid, only the said Gonsoluis, his heirs or executors doth covenant anually to pay unto the said Joseph Nuton, his heirs, executors, or assigns, administrators, on the feast of St Mikeal the Archangel the feerent of one yeer of Indian Corn during the term abovesaid, and for the true performance hereof I doe hereby binde me, my heirs, executors, administrators, and doe acknowledge I have received a valuable consideration, the rent to come excepted, in hand allready and doe set my hand and seale the day and yeare above written
Joseph Newton the seal
Ann Newton her seale
Witness John Parker, Natapany
John Jeacke
Acknowledged in open court June the 13th 1677 by Joseph Nuton
and Ann his wife to be theire sale, act and deed to John Gonsoluis
Seale John Wathbourne, Clerk Co Com
Recorded July the 5th 1677 p John Wathbourne, Clerk Co Com Accomack
(source: Accomack Co., Virginia Court Records, transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com)

1675
In 1675 Henry Trewett and wife Elizabeth assigned 350A of land on south side of Onancook Creek to Joseph Newton. Later Joseph Newton and wife sold 100A to John Gunsolius, but the transaction was not completed. In 1688 Joseph Newton and wife Ann sold the 350A to John Baily.
(source: Susie M Ames, Studies of the Virginia Eastern Shore in the Seventeenth Century, Dietz Press, Richmond VA, 1940 p 40)

1676-1690
100 acres on Onancook Creek was leased to "the Spaniard, Jon GONSOLIUS [Gonsalez?]."
(source: Accomack Wills and Deeds, 1676-1690, pp 58-59)

1676
Tithables Accomack Co., Virginia - Jno. GONSALOOS 1

6 Feb 1677
Tithables Accomack Co., Virginia - Jno. GONSOLVOE 1

19 Jun 1677
Mr. Jno. Wise List of Accomack Co., Virginia Tithables: Jno GONSOLVOS 1

12 Feb 1678
The suit of Ralph Doe against Grace GONSOLVO was dismissed in Accomack Co., Virginia. There appearing to be no cause for action. (Pg. 59)

Accomack Co., Virginia Court Orders
Cavaliers and Pioneers Patent Book No. 7
Thomas Mualford, 200 acres Upper Parish of Nanzemond

1691-1783
Land and Probate Records Abstracted from Deed Books 1-18
Virginia Historical Magazine Vol. 34, Pg. 236, Accomack Co., Virginia.

22 Sep 1682
p. 193 transporting of 4 persons: Lorenzo GUNSALVO, Sarah GUNSALVO, Thomas GUNSALVO and Peter Jones.

1665-1695
John CONSALVES
on Accomack Co., Virginia tithables list, pg. 13, 14, 17 and 19.
(source: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 34, pg. 256)

October 17, 1695
To all to whom these present shall come to know that I Adam Keeling of the Co. of Princess Anne for diverse good causes and considerations me hereunto moving but more especially for in consideration of the sum of five thousand pounds of porke, for with have received good caution for payment from William CONSALVO of the same Co. have bargained sold confirmed and by these present do bargain alienate sell confirm unto the said William CONSALVO a parcel or tract of land by estimation to be fifty acres be it more or less situate lying and being in the aforesaid Co. bounded as followeth Beginning at a marked red oak standing by the dams and so running alongst a deep branch to a marked white oak so by a line of marked trees and so along the dams to the first station to have and to hold the said William CONSALVO his heirs or assigns forever with all immunities and privileges whatsoever or as free and ample manner as I the said Adam Keeling hold the grand patent which I purchased of Alexander Keeling and he of Colonel Ant. Lawson the aforementioned bargained premises being part of the said patent and the said land together with the appetences to hold use occupy hosses and enjoy clearly and freely and absolutely from the said Adam Keeling my heirs and that the said land is at the date of these present clear from all other bargains, sales, gifts, grants, right of dower or any incumbances whatsoever hereby warranting the sale of the land unto the said William CONSALVO and his heirs forever from me the said Adam Keeling, my heirs as also do oblige myself my heirs to acknowledge this sale in open court as also my wife Susanna shall acknowledge the same as to her part when thereunto required as witness our hands and seals this 17th day of October, 1695.

Witness our hands and seals Adam Keeling (seal)
Alexander Keeling, George B. Brown Susanna Keeling (seal)
Acknowledged in open court by Adam Keeling and ordered to be recorded this 1st day of January 1695.

(source: Library of Virginia Microfilm, Deed Book 1, Princess Anne Co., Virginia, transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com. Note from Lanette: this is the first transaction of Consaulvo's in Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

Dec 1703
Birth of Rachall CONSSALVIS, daughter of William and (Grace Davis?) CONSOLVO. She was orphaned by 1711 when she was indentured to George Cutler.

1704
Quit Rent Rolls: William CONSALVINS 200 acres
(source: Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol 34, p 236, Accomack Co, Virginia Quit Rent Rolls 1704)
(2nd source: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography vol. 34, pg. 256)

3 Jul 1711
Grace Davis presented to the court her granddaughter named Rachall CONSSALVIS (7 years old last December), the orphan of William CONSSALVIS. With the grandmother’s consent, George Cutler agreed to take the child as an apprentice. Ordered that the church warden bind Rachall till she arrived at legal age; Cutler was to teach her to read, knit, sew, and spin linen and wooling. At the end of her indenture, he was to her according to law. (Pg. 22)
(note from Lanette: Rachall is the daughter of William CONSALVO and Grace (Davis Jr.) CONSAULVO, Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

1 Feb 1726
William CONSAUL, son and heir of William CONSAUL ye elder deceased came into court and made oath that of said William departed this life without making a will as farr as he knows and believes on the motion ye William the younger this giving security for his just and faithful administration of the deceased estate and certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration in due form.
(Note from Lanette: This means that William Consaul died about Jan. 1726)

Upon the petition of William CONSAUL administrator of William CONSAUL deceased is ordered that Rudolphus Malborne Jun and Mr. William Capps meet at the deceased dwelling house and make an equal division of his estate between his children and make a report thereof to the next court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 3, pg. 274)

The division of William CONSAUL sons deceased his estate not being perfected is ordered to be continued to the next court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 3, pg. 277)

The division of William CONSAUL deceased his estate not being finished is continued and ordered be returned to the next court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 3, pg. 280)

The division of William CONSAUL his estate being returned and ordered to be recorded.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 4, pg. 282)

3 May 1727
[Di]vision [Co]nsaul [Est]ate
In obedience to an order of court dated ye first day of February last, we the subscribers have accordingly met at the late dweling house of William CONSALVO deceased and have divided some part of his estate, and the other part his two sons, William and John, have divided themselves by their own agreement; and this is our report this 3rd day of May 1727:
Reod Malbone
William Cupps
Presented in court the 3rd May 1727 and ordered to be recorded
Test Char Sayer Cury
(source: Princess Ann Co Virginia, Deed Book 4 p 114, May 3, 1727)

6 Nov 1728
John CONSAUL and Mary, his wife, their position against Francis Mosley is ordered to be dismissed being agreed.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 4, pg. 2)

2 Apr 1729
CONSAULS deed to CONSAUL
To all Christian people to whom these presents shall come, I William Consaul send greeting in our Lord God everlasting. Know ye that I William CONSAUL for and in consideration of ye love, good will, and affection which I have and do bear towords my loveing frien[d] Francis CONSAUL of Princess Anne County, son to John CONSAUL, have given and grant[ed] and by these presents do freely, clearly and absolutely give and have delivered to ye said Francis CONSAUL and his heirs exors and assigns a sertian parcel or tract of land containing fift[y] acres more or less, it being the land whereone my father lived and dyed, being divide[d] from the land wherone John BUSHEY now lives by a beaver dam, it being parte of a patten[t] formerly granted to Col Anthony Lawson of fivelus hundred and six acres baring date 1684. I give ye said land to Francis CONSAUL and his heirs and assigns forever, my brother John CONSAUL and Mary his wife haveing ye use and ocqupation of ye same dureing ther natural life wi[th] all ye appurtenances wherin the said John CONSAUL now dwell as in any place of messuag whatsoever, To have and to hold all ye said land and all other ye premises unto ye said Francis CONSAUL his heirs exors and assings from henceforth as his and their proper land forever absolutely without andc and any manner of condition as I ye said William CONSAUL have absolutely and of my own accord set and put, in further testimony in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale the second day of Aprel in the second yeare of ye reign of our sovereign Lord George, King of England and in the year of our Lord God 1729.
William CONSAUL and seale
[ ]xby his X mark CONSAUL
Princess Anne: At a court held the 2d of Aprill 1729
There came William CONSAUL into court and acknowledged the within deed to FRAN CONSAUL
and on ye motion of John CONSAUL ye same is ordered to be recorded
[S]nd, Seald and Deld [in y]e presence of [ ] Hayner, Wm Credlo, [and Jo]hn his I mark Bushey
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia, Deed Book 4)

1729
William CONSAUL came into court and acknowledged said gift of fifty acres of land more or less to Francis CONSAUL and made motion of John CONSAUL is ordered to be recorded.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia, Minute Book 4, pg. 18)

25 Mar 1731
GARDNER and CONSOLVO Indenture
This indenture made the twenty fifth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirty on this fourth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the second, King of Britain between Richard GARDNER and Elisabeth his wife of the parish of Lynnhaven County of Princess Anne of the one part and John CONSOLVO of the same parish and county of the other part witnesseth that the said Richard GARDNER and Elisabeth his wife for in consideration of five shillings hereby acknowledge have bargained and sold and by those present do bargain and sell onto the said John CONSOLVO one hundred acres of Land more or less lying and being at the fork of a branch which parts ye about said land from the land whereon the said John CONSOLVO now lives and running up the said branch by it’s natural boundary to a line of Marsh across running water to a corner gum then by a line of Marsh and reversions and remainders and remainders together with the rents and profits of the parcel of land with appurtances and all and singular the promises therein unto the said John CONSOLVO his exor’s and assigns from and before this date and during this term of one whole year from ____ next issuing fully to be completed and so yielding and paying therefore yearly rent of one ___ per corn at the feast of St. Michael the archangel only if his sums be demanded to the ___ by virtue of those present and of the statue for transferring into the possession thereof and of all other premises bearable to accept of a grant of the reversion and inheritances thereof to him and his heirs in witness whereof the said Richard GARDNER and Elisabeth his wife have here unto set there hands and seals the day and year first above written.

Princess Ann Court held this 7th day of April 1731 Thus came Richard GARDNER and Elisabeth his wife into court and acknowledged within the said Elisabeth being first examined to John CONSOLVO on whose request the same is ordered to be recorded.

Richard Gardner and seal
Elisabeth V. Gardner and seal
Witnessed and Delivered by persons of William CONSOLVO and _____ Bushey
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Records)

5 Jul 1731
THIS INDENTURE made the fifth day of July in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and thirty one and in ye fifth year of ye reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye Second King of Great Britain and
BETWEEN Maximilian Boush of the Co. of Princess of the one part and CONSOLVO of ye Co. aforesaid of ye other part
WITNESSETH that ye said Maximilian BOUSH for and in consideration of ye sum of five shilings current money to him in hand paid by ye said William CONSOLVO, the receipt he doth hereby acknowledge, shall granted
bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto ye said William CONSOLVO one certain tract and parcel of land scituate in ye Eastern Shore Swamp on the head of Linhaven River, being part of a pattent granted to ye said Maximilian BOUSH for two hundred and eleven acres bearing date ye twenty eighth day of September, one thousand seven hundred and thirty and is bounded as followeth: begining at a marked beech and running North Westerly seventy eight degrees by a line of marked trees to a three forked beech, a corner tree of Mr. Lewis Conners, then South East Seventy degrees four hundred pole to a red oak, then by a line of marked trees to ye first station beech, containing one hundred acres, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, together with ye rents and profits of the premises and of every part and parcel thereof
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD said tract and parcel of land with its appurtenances and all and singular ye premises herein mentioned or intended to be hereby bargained and sold with their and every of their previledges and appurtenances unto ye said William CONSOLVO his executors and assigns from the day before ye date hereof for and during ye term of one whole year from thence next ensuing and fully to be compleat and ended yielding and paying therefore the yearly rent of one pepercorn at ffeast of St Michael the archangel, only if ye same be demanded to the intent that by virtue of these presents and of ye statute for transferring uses into possession ye said William CONSOLVO may be in ye actual possession and of all other ye premises and be enabled to accept a grant of ye reversion and inheritance thereof to him and his heirs IN WITNESS whereof ye said Maximilian BOUSH hath hereunto set his hand seal ye day and year first above written
M Boush and seal
Princess Anne: At a court held the 6 of October 1731 there came Major Maximilian BOUSH into court and acknowledged ye with lease (also Sarah wife of said Maximilian relinquished all her right of dower thereto) to William CONSOLVO, on whose motion ye same is ordered to be recorded
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia, Deed Book 4, pg. 363)

1 Sep 1731
Isaac Talbot - sons Shadrach, Jesse and Jacob, wife Frances. Ex. John CONSOLBARE. Wit. Edward Owld, George Norris.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 4, pg 357)

13 May 1735
At a vestry held the 13th day of May 1735 Pg. 19
Pursuant to an order of Princess Anne Co. Court dated the 7th Instant requireing us to direct proscessioning of lands in our parish according to the act of assembly in that behalf made we do therefore order that the severall persons hereafter named in their several presincts warn in the inhabitants in their division to go and procession all the lands therein takeing care to comply with the said act.-persons appointed to perform prosessioning are William CONSAUL lower presinct Eastern Shore to begin the 1st and 2nd Munday in October.
(note from Lanette: I did not include all the names that were listed in this document and spelling were left in the original form)
(source: The Colonial Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786)

1737
Thomas CONSOLVO, 1 tithe, Flatt Creek, Amelia Co., Virginia
(source: Amelia Co., Virginia Tithables, Virginia Magazine of History and Biography Vol. 34, pg. 256 )

4 Mar 1740
This indenture made the 4th day of March in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and forty between Richard GARNER and Elizabeth his wife of ye county of Princess Anne of ye one part and William CONSAUL of ye same place of ye other part. Witnessed that ye said Richard GARNER and Elizabeth his wife for in consideration of ye sum of five shillings currents money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the aforesaid William CONSAUL ye receipt thereof they do hereby acknowledge have bargained and sold by these present do bargain and sell unto the said William CONSAUL one certain parcel of land containing by estimation fifty acres more or less situated lying and being in ye said county of Princess Ann in ye Eastern Shore Swamp bounded as followeth vitz beginning at a maple standing at ye head of ye eastern fun in Col. Maximillion BOUSHES line thence running south west by a line of marked trees to a birch in the said William CONSAUL line thence easterly by a line of marked trees to a gum standing in the said eastern run thence bounding on the said BOUSHES line running up the said eastern run to the first station and ye reversioned remainder and remainders together with the rents and profits of ye premises herein mentioned or intended to be hereby sold with their and every of their appurtances unto ye said William CONSAUL, his exors, and assigns from ye day before ye date hereof for and during the term of one whole year from thence next ensuing and fully to be completed and ended yielding paying therefore yearly rent of one piper of corn at ye Feast of St Michael the Archangel only if ye same be lawfully demanded to ye intent that by virtue of these present and of the state for transferring uses into possession the said William CONSAUL may be in ye actual possession of the premises to be enables to take and accept of a grant of ye reversion and inheritance thereof to him and his heirs forever. In witness thereof ye said Richard GARNER and Elizabeth his wife had hereunto set their hand and fixed their seals the day and year first above written.
Richard GARNER and Seal
Princess Anne at a court held ye the fifth of March 1740. Then come Richard GARNER and Elizabeth his wife into court and acknowledged ye above lease (ye said Elizabeth being first privately examined) to William CONSAUL and on his motion ordered to be recorded.

(note from Lanette: CONSAUL and CONSALVO are both used in this document.)
(source: Deed Book 6, 1740-1747 Library of Virginia Microfilms)

14 Oct 1740
To John CONSOLVO for keeping Thomas GILBERT in Princess Anne Co., Virginia
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 29)

1740
William CONSAUL, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 093
John CONSALVO, Lynnhaven, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 094
William CONSALVO, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 092
(source: Reconstructed 1740 Virginia State Census)

1741
On the motion that Anne Consalvo, widow of John CONSALVO deceased is ordered that _____ _______ sell all the deceased estate at public auction (?) According to court and make return thereof to the next court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 5, pg. 137)

6 May 1741
Ordered that Francis CONSALVO be bound to William CONSALVO till he becomes of age that he teaches the said orphan to read and write and the trade of a house (?) Carpenter and carry him to the clerks office and take indentures to that purpose.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 5, pg. 137)

6 May 1741
The sale of JOHN CONSALVO, deceased, his estate being returned is ordered to be logged in the clerks office for benefit of his widow.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 5, pg. 137)

6 May 1741
John Cann having proved his claim against the estate of JOHN CONSALVO deceased to be fifteen shillings and one penny therefore ordered to be paid the same in this court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 5, pg. 137)

6 May 1741
Thomas Garner having proved his claim against the estate of JOHN CONSALVO deceased to be 35 shillings, therefore ordered to be paid the same in this court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 5, pg. 137)

9 Mar 1743
Pursuant to an order of Princess Anne County Court requiring us to cause a processioning of all land in our parrish according to the act of Assembly. We do therefore oreder that the severall persons thereafter named in their severall presincts warn in the habitants in their divisions to goe and procession all the lands therein taking care to comply with the said act. Persons appointed to perform processioning are: Henry CONSAULVO, John Lovett, Thomas Keeling, George Stiring the lower part of the Eastern Shore.
(note from Lanette: there are other areas and names in this recorded document)
(
source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 34)

2 Jun 1743
Ordered that Mary CONSALVO be bound to George Cutler till she be eighteen years of age that he teach the said orphan to sew and knit and spin and carry her to the clerks office and be indentured to that purpose.
(note from Lanette: I believe this Mary Consalvo to be the daughter of John and Mary Consalvo. Mary was John’s first wife listed in 1727. He must have remarried to Ann after the death of Mary.)
(source: Princess Anne Co, Virginia Minute Book 5, pg. 208, transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com.)

22 Apr 1746
On the motion of Louisa Co., Virginia Court: (about 20 names follow), John CONSOLVER for a road to be cleared on the ridge below the south and north Anna Rivers to Todd's Pass.
(source: Louisa Co., Virginia Orders 1744-1748, Antient Press)

24 Apr 1746
Petition of David MILL, (many more names) John CONSOLVER for a road to be cleared on the ridge behind the south North Rivers.
(source: Louisa County Historical Magazine, Vol. 16, pg. 40)

15 Jul 1746
Richard Garnor and wife Eliza deed of gift to daughter Mary 60 acres called Creedles. Wit: William CONSAUL, Sr., William CONSAUL Jr., Zacharias Boush.
(note from Lanette: they are listed as Sr. and Jr. but this would technically be William II and III because William Sr. passed away about Jan. 1726)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 6, pg. 456)

12 Sep 1746
Marriage of Ann CONSAULVO and John DENNY in Princess Anne Co., Virginia
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

23 Sep 1746
Louisa Co., Virginia Court Case: Thomas LANKFORD against John CONSOLVER In Case Dismist.
(source: Louisa Co., Virginia Orders 1744-1748, Antient Press)
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26 Apr 1748
Louisa Co., Virginia Court Case: Thomas LANKFORD against John CONSOLVER
This day came the Plt. by his attorney and the Deft. being returned arrested solemnly called came not; therefore it is ordered that unless the Deft. shall appear at the next Court and answer the Plt.'s action, Judgement shall be entered for the Plt. against him for what shall appear due with costs.
(source: Louisa Co., Virginia Orders 1744-1748, Antient Press)
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28 Jun 1748
Louisa Co., Virginia Court Case: Thomas LANKFORD against John CONSALVER
This day came as well the Plt. by his Attorney as the deft. in his proper person and the deft. confesseth the Plt's action for 9 pounds, nineteen shillings current money therefore it is considered by the court that Plt. recover the same against the Defendt. together with his costs by him in this behalf expended and the defendt. in mercy & c.
(source: Louisa Co., Virginia Orders 1744-1748, Antient Press)
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Louisa Co., Virginia Court Case: Thomas LANKFORD against John CONSOLVER was dismissed.
(source: Louisa Co., Virginia Orders 1744-1748, Antient Press)

18 Oct 1748
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I William CONSAUL of Princess Anne County in the Colony of Virginia for diverse good causes and considerations me thereunto moving, but more especially for and in consideration of the Paternell love and respect which I have and bear unto my son William CONSAUL for his future support and maintainances, I do hereby give unto him my said son, William CONSAUL the plantation whereon I now live containing one hundred and fifty acres of land, more or less with all houses, gardens, orchards and other appurtenances thereunto blonging or in any wayes appurtaining to him my said son, his heirs and assigns forever only reserving the whole use and benefit of the same to my self during my natural life.
IN WITNESS and confirmation whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 17th day of October 1748
William Consaul Senior and seal
Princess Anne: At a court held the 18 October 1748 This deed was acknowledged by William CONSAUL
I am partie thereto and ordered to be recorded

(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 7, pg. 48)

18 Dec 1749
This indenture made the eighteenth day of December in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and forty nine between Francis CONSAULVO of Princess Anne County of the one part and William CONSAULVO Jun. Of the same county of the other part. Henceforth the said Francis CONSAULVO for his consideration of the sum of six shillings ____ money of Elisabeth to heirs in hand paid by the said William CONSAULVO Jun. the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath bargained and sold by these present do bargain and sell into the aforesaid William CONSAULVO Jun. One hundred acres of land be that more or less. His part of a tract of land formally belonging to Keeling according to the known _____ Sound as the same is now hath been held by the said Francis CONSAULVO lying and being on the Eastern Shore of Lynhaven Parish the county aforesaid joining on John Bishops land and Langleys land and Richard Garners land remainder and remainders thereof. All the singular the assets of _____ _____herein mentioned of every parts and parcal of that same. To have and to hold the said land with all the premesies hereby granted sold with this of every of the the appurtenances unto the said William Consaulvo Jun. His heirs of assigns from the day of the date hereof for _____ the full end of term of six months for those not fully to be completed and ended, to the island that by witness of these present and of the statute for transferring these into the said William CONSAULVO Jun. May be in the provisions of the land to a receipt of a grant of release of the same to him and his heirs forever. In witness thereof that here onto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.
His mark
Francis CONSAULVO
At a court held the 15 August 1749 the above acknowledged by Francis CONSAULVO party to William Consaulvo and ordered to be recorded.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 7, 020804v1_LKH)

16 Feb 1750 -20 Nov 1751
Richard Garnor - wife Elizabeth, son Adam, three children. Ex: wife and son-in-law William CONSAUL. Witness Henry Burgess, Frances (CONSAULV) Burgess.
(note: Fanney CONSAULVO and Henry BURGESS Jr. were married 26 Jul 1785, something's fishy unless this date is wrong)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book
7, pg 278.)

21 Aug 1752
At a vestry held Friday, August 21, 1752 To Mr. William CONSAUL for keeping Abegail Higgins 2 months and 9 days 250 lbs. Net Tobacco
(source: The Colonial Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, pg. 47)

13 Oct 1752
To Mr. Matthew Pallet for keeping and burying John Burfoot: 400-lbs. of tobacco
(note from Lanette: Matthew is the father of Elizabeth Pallet and we believe that John is the father of Robert Burfoot)
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 47)

13 Oct 1752
To Mr. William CONSAUL for keeping Abigail Higgins 2 months and 9 days: 250-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 47)

1753
Then came Joel Cornick into court and made oath that William CONSAUL, decd, departed this life without making any will so farr as he knows or believes, and on the motion of the said Joel and his performing what is usuall in such cases, certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration in due form.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, pg 18.)

19 Jun 1753
Inventory of the appraisement of the estate of William CONSUL Jr. Deceased

1 bed of furniture a L 3
2 chest
1 gun
1 bed
wheel
1 broad ax
4 chairs
5 head cattle
1 __ chain
1 ewe
A mare
A parcel of pewter
a potte
a parcel of seder planks (probably cedar)
1 jug

In obedience to Princess Anne Court held the 15 May 1753 we have met at the late dwelling house of William CONSAUL Junior and have appraised all the estate that was presented to our view (?) And this is our report but now first sworn 2 May 1753.

Presented in court 19 June 1753 and order to be recorded.
Edward Cannon
Adam Keeling
Battson Whitehurst
(note from Lanette: Here is the inventory of William II and William III. This helped me know for sure that William the III died first, before his father William II. He was listed as Jr. Also notice the evolution of the name from CONSAUL to CONSAULVO and later on to CONSOLVER. It is no wonder so many researchers have been confused!)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 7, Pg. 485, transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com)

17 Jul 1753
Inventory of the Estate of James Haynes by Joel Cornick in Princess Anne Co., Virginia, William CONSAULV, Alexander Poole.
(source: Princess Anne Co, Virginia Deed Book 7, pg. 491)

18 Sep 1753
John Laumont deed of gift to children to Arthur, Thomas, Cornelius, Elizabeth and Lydia in Princess Anne Co., Virginia. Wit: Robert Patterson, Robert Burfoot, Kezia CONSAUL.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 7, pg. 516)

17 Dec 1753
The Estate of Mr. William CONSAUL, deceased
To Mr. James Hunter....
To Cap Sayers....
To Cap Edw H Moseley....
To Mr Joel Cornick....
To Mrs Abigail Huggins....
To Mr John Keeling....
To William Biddle, for a coffin....
To Mr Alexr Poole....
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In obedience to an order of Princess Anne Co. Court, dated the 29th day of November 1753, We the subscribers have met and settled and adjusted the decedents estate according as it is within stated and this is our report. Given under our hands this 17th of December 1753.
Lemuel Cornick
Alexander Poole
Presented in court the 18th December 1753 and ordered to be recorded
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 7, pg. 550)

18 Dec 1753
Audit of the estate of William CONSAUL by Lemuel Cornick, Alexander Poole.
(note from Lanette: William III was married to Amy at his death. She remarries to Robert Burfoot)
(source: Deed Book 7, pg. 550, Princess Anne Co, Virginia)

21 Jan 1755
Robert BURFOOT and wife Amy to William Holmes for 7 lbs. Land in the Easter Shore which William CONSAUL died possessed of and wife Amy now wife of Burfoot. Wit. Lemuel Cornick, Charles Gaskins, Lemuel Gaskins.
(note from Harl: The Pensioner List was reprinted several times. I suspect that the ages were written down when the list was originally formulated and never revised in subsequent publications. My guess is that Jonathan Consolver was born around 1753. I wonder if the John Consolver farmed out to Sarah Gill in 1755 was an infant or an indigent. I also wonder if there might be any connection to the following report.)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, pg. 665)

12 Aug 1755
Mrs. CONSLER, at Green Brier, killed; ...; Consler's daughter and Mrs. Ineny, at Green Brier, killed; ...
(note: The two lists following, viz: "Copies of the Musters of Augusta County" and "A Register of the Persons who have been either killed, wounded or taken prisoner by the Enemy in Augusta County, as also of such as have made their Escape," are among the Preston Papers held by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, and are published with the permission of that Society. It is believed that they have not been published before)
(source: The Preston Papers, Vol II, p 507, 510)

29 Nov 1755 (note: see 29 Nov 1758)
Payments made to Mrs. Sarah GILL for keeping John CONSOLVER  for a year and to John JENNINGS for keeping him past year. (Cumberland Parish, Lunenberg Co., Virginia?)
(source: Cumberland Parish Vestry Book (975.51-L972 B413) Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg Co., Virginia. 1749-1816)

21 Sep 1756
In Princess Anne Co., Virginia: Thomas Langley deed of gift to Grandson John Capps son of Thorowood Capps and daughter Ann - land I live on after my decease and the decease of my wife Alice. Wit. Thomas Grainger, Joshua Haynes, Charles CONSAUL.
(source: Deed Book 8, pg. 118, Princess Anne Co, Virginia)

17 Jan 1758
The persons appointed on the motion of Henry CONSAULVO to lay off and assign to Amy CONSAULVO her dower of the plantation whereon William CONSAULVO Senior decd lived. We having this day received their report or division in these words, to wit: Pursuant to an order of Princess Anne Court dated December 20th 1757, we the subscribers here met on the plantation of William CONSAULVO decd and there made division of the land of the said CONSAULVO between Henry CONSAULVO heir at law to the said land, and Amy CONSAULVO widow of the said William CONSAULVO, in manner following, to wit: the dividing line of the said land begins at a small sapling pine markt on one side that stands on the south side of plantation at the edge of the wood, and thence runs about N E B N about one hundred and twenty strides or near it, to a large old oak stump in the old field, standing near a ditch, thence runing about W S W to a large mulberry tree which stands in the yard, and between the two dwelling houses, thence about W over a small run to a small mulberry tree that stands in a cornfield and markt, and thence to a markt pine standing a little in the woods; of which partition so made we assign that part of that plantation which lies on the south side and westerly, together with the orchard and dwelling house standing thereon to Amy CONSAULVO for her dower of the said land; also the dairy and furthest barn and little hen house which stand on the other part of the land, and one of the corn cribs, unless the said Henry CONSAULVO, will and does, in due time build or cause to cause to be built at his own expense a crib of equal dimension with one of the others, on that part of the land which is herein set apart for her the said Amy CONSAULVO's dower, and for her the said Amy's own proper use and advantage; and moreover the said Amy CONSAULVO is to have priviledge of geting rail timber and firewood also free access to and benefit of the spring andc for the use of the plantation out of any part of the woods belonging to the said land, as witness our hands this 17 day of January 1758. Francis Thorougood Land, Andrew Stewart, Chr Wright, Its therefore ordered that the parties be satisfied with and hold their part of the said land andc separate and divided according to the division aforesaid from the part of each other.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia, Minute Book 7, pg. 310)

17 Apr 1758 ... the Charles Consaulvo Connection!
Andrew CONSAULVO, Charles CONSAULVO, Anthony LEGGETT and Frances his wife, John WALLIS and Mary his wife and Priscilla CONSAULVO an infant by Maxl. Boush her guardian vs Henry CONSAULVO eldest son and heir at law of William CONSAULVO deceased. And AMY CONSAULVO widow of the said William CONSAULVO in Chancery, William Keeling and the said Lemuel Cornick, Thomas Key Walker and William Woodhouse Jr., being granted by the advice of this court to make partition of the Negroes contained in the Campbells bill between the said Campbells of ___ Lemuel Cornick, William Woodhouse and Thomas Key Walker these of the said grant this day returned their report of the division of the Negroes aforesaid in these words to make agreeable to an order of Princess Anne Court of the subscribers met and divided the Negroes belonging to the estate of William CONSOLVO deceased, between the following persons in the following manner. To Henry CONSAULVO, Toney valued at thirty two pounds, ten shillings, he paying to Priscilla CONSAULVO, thirty three shillings and four pence, to Andrew CONSAULVO, Phillis valued at thirty five pounds, he paying to John Wallis four pounds and 3 shillings and four pence. To Charles, Orven valued at 35 pounds, he paying to John Wallis 3 pounds, 13 shillings and 4 pence and to Priscilla CONSAULVO 10 shillings. To John WALLIS Cuffy, fifteen pounds. Rose, eight pounds to the service of Andrew CONSAULVO four pounds three shillings and four pence. Charles CONSAULVO 3 pounds and thirteen shillings and four pence. To Priscilla CONSAULVO, Mos fifteen pounds, Tom 12 pounds and to ____ of Henry CONSAULVO thirty three shilling and four pence. Of Charles CONSAULVO ten shillings. Each part being 30 lbs. 16 shillings and eight pence. Also assigned to the widow Davis, Sarah, Grace and Dick. This is our report given under our hands this 17 day of April 1758. Lemuel Cornick, William Woodhouse, Thomas Key Walker, of the parties Cambells of ___ being content therewith, it is considered of the division of by this court that the Campbells of ____ hold that this agreement of the parts of the said Negroes aforesaid according to the report or partition made in the manner aforesaid separated and divided according to the partition aforesaid from the _____ each other and it is further ordered that the parties aforesaid pay the cost of the said suit equally amongst them.
(note from Lanette: Charles Consolvo/Consolver was born in Princess Anne Co., Virginia. I found him there listed with his parents. Later, members of his family migrated to Albemarle Co., including his son James Consolver/Kinsolving. The Consolvers were all slave owners, including James Kinsolving who owned between 80-90 slaves. I have list of all of them on some of the court documents. Here is the division of slaves and money going to Charles and family. When Henry dies, he still owns two of those slaves given to him by this division of property. It was confirmation that he was the correct Henry that I was following to his death.)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7 Microfilm Reel 40, Page 314 and 315)

Abt May 1758 (No Date Transcription)
Nathaniel McClenahan and William Robinson gent Executors fo the last will and testament of George Weblin decd vs Henry CONSAULVO in debt, whereupon Joseph White, Wiolliam Moseley, Richard Williamson, William Keeling, Lemuel Gasking, Lewis Baker, John Munden, William Achiss, Job Gasking, James Jackson, Thomas Wiles, and William Hunter were impaneled and sworn to try the Issue Joyned, who bring in their verdict in these words: We the jury find for the plaintiffs nine pounds eight shillings and six pence, on the plaintiffs motion the verdict is recorded and thereon ordered that they recover from the defendant the sum aforesaid by the jurors assessed with cost of fee.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 320)

20 Jun 1758
Then came Amy CONSAULVO into court and acknowledged deed for her dower of the land whereon William CONSAULVO decd lived with living and scison and rent thereon to Henry CONSAULVO ordered to be recorded.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book, Pg. 322)

29 Nov 1758
To Capt. John Jennings for keeping John CONSOLVER last year 7 00 0
To Mrs Sarah Gill for keeping the said John CONSOLVENT last year 5 00 0
(source: Cumberland Parish Vestry Records, Lunenberg Co., Virginia, pg. 362)

16 Jan 1759
8DB322 Princess Anne Co, Virginia: Audit of the estate of William CONSAULVO by Francis T. Land, Robert Huggins, William Moseley. (note from Lanette: William CONSAULVO was married to Anne Garner. Daughter of Richard and Eliza Garner)

Abt 1759
Birth of the John (Jonathan) CONSOLVER who was listed as being 27 on the list of Pensioners in Virginia for the year of 1786
(source: Wm. and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 15, pg. 395)

18 Sep 1759
Amy CONSAUL vs Henry CONSAUL administrator fo William CONSAUOVO decd in Chancery: This day the cause came on to be heard on the bill and answer, the counsel for the parties being present, the court having heard the arguments thereon and duly considered the same, do order and decree that the defendant do pay unto the complainant twenty seven pounds four shillings and nine pence with interest thereon from the sixteenth day of August 1758 untill paid with costs.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 361)

12 Nov 1759
To Mrs. Sarah Gill for keeping John CONSOLVENT's child. 600
(source: Cumberland Parish Vestry Records, Lunenberg Co., Virginia, pg. 373)

1760
Census shows Henry CONSAULVO, Amy CONSAULVO (widow of William II), Andrew CONSAULVO,
Keziah CONSAULVO (widow of Henry), Priscilla CONSAULVO, all of Princess Anne
Co., Virginia.
(source: Virginia Reconstructed Census lists)

1760
Priscilla CONSAULVO by Maximilian BOUSH her guardian vs Andrew CONSAULVO, dismissed at the plaintiffs cost.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 375)

1760
Amy CONSAULVO vs Reodolphus MALBONE, on the defendant's prayer a special imparlance is granted him to the next court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 375)

18 Jun 1760
Priscilla CONSAULVO by Amy CONSAULVO her next friend vs Henry CONSAULVO, on the defendants prayer a speciall imparlance is granted him to the next court.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 386)

Amy CONSAULVO vs Reodolphus MALBONE, the defendant pleads Non assumpsit. Issue Joyned and referred for tryall.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 386)

19 Aug 1760
Judgment is granted Robert HUGGINS for thirty four shillings and two pence due by bill from William Cox and Andrew CONSAULVO, therefore ordered they pay the same to the said plaintiff with cost.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 391)

20 Aug 1760
Amy Consaulvo vs Reodolphus MALBONE in case, whereupon John Keeling Junior, Thomas Keeling, Thomas Williams, John Weblin, John Muntgomery, Edward Moseley, William Hunter, Simon Peter Jackson, Malichi Wilson, John Chapman, Edward Denby, and William Keeling Junior were impounded and sworn to try the Issue Joyned, who bring in their verdict in these words: We the jury find for the defendant. On the defendants prayer by his attorney the verdict is recorded, and thereon ordered that the plaintiff take nothing by her bill, but for her false clamour be in mercy andc and that she pay unto the defendant his costs in this behalf expended.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 395-396)

Andrew CONSAULVO summoned on evidence for Reodolphus MALBONE adv Amy CONSAULVO and having attended two days, therefore ordered that the said Amy pay him for the same according to law.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 395-396)

Priscilla CONSAULVO by Amy CONSAULVO her mother vs Andrew CONSAULVO: The defendant by his attorney pleads Non detinet. Issue Joyned and referred for tryall.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 395-396)

3 Nov 1760
To Mrs. Sarah Gill for keeping John CONSOLVENT's child. 500
(source: Cumberland Parish Vestry Records, Lunenberg Co., Virginia, pg. 376)

20 Jan 1761
Ordered that Priscilla CONSAULVO pay Alexander Poole and Mary his wife four hundred pounds of Nett Tobacco for eight days attendance cash in her suit against Andrew CONSAULVO.

Ordered that Andrew CONSAULVO pay William Holmes one hundred twenty five pounds of Nett Tobacco for five days attendance in his suit vs Priscilla CONSAULVO.

Ordered that Andrew CONSAULVO pay Frances LEGGET one hundred fifty pounds of Nett Tobacco for six days attendance in his suit vs Priscilla CONSAULVO.

Ordered that Priscilla CONSAULVO pay Henry CONSAULVO fifty pounds of Nett Tobacco for two days attendance in her suit vs Andrew CONSAULVO.

Ordered that Priscilla CONSAULVO pay Anna Russell one hundred and twenty five pounds of Nett Tobacco for five days attendance in his suit vs Priscilla CONSAULVO.

Ordered that Priscilla CONSAULVO pay Jane Keeling one hundred and fifty pounds of Nett Tobacco for six days attendance in her suit against Andrew CONSAULVO.

Ordered Priscilla CONSAULVO pay Mary Stewart one hundred pounds of Nett Tobacco for four days attendance in her suit against Andrew CONSAULVO.

Priscilla CONSAULVO an infant by Amy CONSAULVO her next friend vs Andrew CONSAULVO, whereupon John Biddle, Robert Jones, William Dudley, Nathaniel Nicholas, Robert Cartwright, Thomas Keys Walker, William Ward and Epapraditus Munden were impaneled and sworn to try the Issue Joyned, who bring in their verdict in these words: We of the jury do find for the motion the defendants prayer the verdict is recorded, and thereon ordered that the plaintiff take nothing by her bill, but for her false clamour be in mercy andc and that she pay unto the defendant his costs in this behalf expended.
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Minute Book 7, Pg. 410)

1761
Birth of Micajah CONSOLVER to Charles and Mary Ann CONSOLVER in Albemarle Co., Virginia
(source: Charles Consolver's son Micajah swore in 1780 that he was 19 years old and born in Albemarle Co.)

30 Oct 1761
To Mrs. Sarah Gill for keeping John CONSOLVENT's child (note: amount illegible, page torn)
(source: Cumberland Parish Vestry Records, Lunenberg Co., Virginia, pg. 381)

16 Mar 1762
THIS INDENTURE made the sixteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty two BETWEEN Henry CONSAULVO of Princess Anne County of the one part and Thomas Keeling of the same county of the other part WITNESSETH that the said Henry CONSAULVO, for and in consideration of the sum of forty seven pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said Thomas Keeling at and before the insealing and delivery of these presence, the receipt he doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and parsel thereof clearly requit and discharge him the said Thomas Keeling his heirs, executors and administrators and every of them and by these presence doth hereby acknowledge have granted bargained sold aliened and released and confirmed unto the said Thomas Keeling and to his heirs and assigns forever one certain piece or parsel of swamp land on the head of Lynhaven River, being part of a pattent grant to Masimilian Boush for two hundred and eleven acres, bounded as followeth, beginning at a markt beech and runing thereby a line of markt trees to a three forked beech, a corner tree of of Lewis Conners farm, thence SE by a line of markt trees running to the first mentioned beech bordering one hundred acres, which the abovesaid Boush sold to William CONSAULVO decd with the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders unto, issues and profits thereof, and also all the estate right or title to that property claim and demand whatsoever of him the said Henry CONSAULVO in or unto the said land or Premises or any part thereof with the appurtenance TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said land and premises hereby granted, bargained and sold with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Thomas Keeling his heirs and assigns for ever and the said Henry CONSAULVO for himself his heirs executors administrators doth hereby covenant and grant to and with the aforesaid Thomas Keeling his heirs and assigns that the said Henry CONSAULVOhis heirs all and every of the aforesaid and intended to be hereby granted land with the appurtenances unto the Thomas Keeling his heirs and assigns against him the said Henry CONSAULVO his heirs and assigns and all and every other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming any estate right or title to the before mentioned and granted land and premises or any part thereof SHALL AND WILL WARRENT seised of and in the before specified land and premises with the appurtenances of a good sure perfect and absolute estate of inheritance in fee simple and hath good right to convey the same unto the said Thomas Keeling his heirs and assigns aforesaid and that it shall and may be lawfully to and for him the said Thomas Keeling his heirs and assigns forever hereafter peaceable and quietly to occupy and injoy the said land and all other the premises hereby granted with the appurtenances without any manner of let suit trouble inturruption of him the said Henry CONSAULVOhis heirs or assigns or any other person or persons whatsoever IN WITNESS whereof these presence I have hereunto set my hand seal the day and year first above written Henry his X mark CONSAULVO and seal Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Robert Huggins John Thorowgood Senior William Flear Princess Anne Co: At a court held the 16th March 1762 The within deed of bargain and sale was acknowledged in open court by Henry CONSAULVO and the same being first privily examined relinquishing her rights of dower in the property, therefore is ordered to be recorded.
Henry CONSAUL
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 4, pg. 857)

21 Feb 1763
Know all men that by these present that I John DOPSON of Princess Anne Co., Taylor, and in Consideration of five pounds and fourteen shillings and seven pence current money to me in hand payed Henry CONSAUL of the said county, Planter, the receipt thereof. I do hereby acknowledge have bargained sold and delivered and by these present do bargain sell and deliver unto the said Henry CONSAULVO a feather bed, 2 blankets, one bedstead, one chest, 3 books, 3 tables, judge, chairs, 3 iron pots, one tub, 2 pails, one saddle, 2 irons, one gridal, a black cow and heifer, to have and to hold this bargained premises unto the said Henry CONSAUL this executors and assigns forever and the said John DOPSON for myself as executor and administrators shall and will warrant and forever defend against all persons by those present the said bargained premises unto the said Henry CONSAUL this executors administration and assigns in witness thereof those hereunto set my hand and seal this 21 day of July one thousand seven hundred and sixty three.
John Dopson
And sealed in presence of: Charles Gaskins and Henry Gaskins
Princess Anne County In a court held 21 February 1763
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Deed Book 1763, Bill of Sale)

8 Aug 1763
Bond witnessed by Francis CONSAULVO (his mark)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Loose Papers 1700-1789)

15 Feb 1764
Abiah CONSAULVO (her mark) declines adm’n of the estate of her husband Francis CONSAULVO
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Loose Papers 1700-1789)

15 May 1764
Appraisal of the estate of Henry CONSAULVO by William Biddle, Charles Gasking, and Thomas Reynolds Walker.
(source: 9DB360 Princess Anne Co, Virginia)

This day came Francis CONSAULVO and Keziah Richason CONSAULVO and chose Keziah CONSAULVO as and for their guardian who having entered into bond with approved security in three hundred pounds ordered that the she take care of them and their estates according to law.
(note from Lanette: the name Richason being used as a middle name would indicate the mothers maiden name as Richason which is a European custom especially that of Spain)
(source: Minute Book 8 pg. 278 Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

16 Jun 1764
Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of Mr. Henry CONSALVO

  • 1 high bed 3
  • 1 high bed 5
  • 1 low bed 4
  • 1 black walnut table 30
  • 1 black walnut square table 7
  • 6 chairs 12
  • 1 chest 2
  • 1 larger chest 5
  • 1 looking glass 15
  • 1 gun w/powder and ball 24
  • 10 earthen plates and 2 bowls 7
  • Tea Ware and glasses 12
  • 1 flat iron 6
  • 1 torch 15
  • Books 12
  • A razor and Hone 4
  • 2 butter potts 9
  • 504 (?) lbs. of bacon 124
  • Fatt 62
  • 2 jugs and a pott
  • 3 foot wheels 20
  • 30 ? Old pewter 37
  • Butter pott, milk pan, coffee pot 5
  • 1 high wheel 7
  • 1 ? Steelyards 5
  • cotton 6
  • 1 mill 40
  • coopersware 3
  • 2 pot hooks and a rack 15
  • gardening tongs 5
  • 2 old cask 2
  • broken plow, chain and musle (muzzle?) 10
  • 6 hoes 9
  • 1 spade 7, 3 cask 2
  • Flax brake 6
  • meat hook 2
  • 1 cyder funnel 15
  • cart and wheel 15
  • 2 dogs 4
  • 9 sheeps 3 lambs 6
  • 1 black mare 15
  • 1 white mare 20
  • 1 black 3 yr. Old horse 3
  • 1 young black horse 12
  • 1 colt 4
  • bushel corn 7
  • old cask 1
  • 1 stack oats 12
  • fodder 5
  • a broken stack fodder 2
  • 1 pr. Steers 9
  • 4 cows and yearling 18
  • 3 heifers and a bull 4
  • 1 harrow , 2 spare hoes 8
  • 4 stocks bees 30
  • 32 barrels of corn 10
  • Tom a boy 30
  • Grace a girl 40
  • Toney a young fellow 80
  • Dick a young fellow 65
  • Sarah a wench 30
  • George a boy 20
  • Cuffy 55
  • 3 sows, 8 pigs, a sheep 75
  • 11 sows, 46 pigs, 193
  • 2 hydes 9
  • 1 set wedges 7
  • sadle, horsing, bridle and curry comb 25
  • 2 axs 4
  • cyder 20
  • 9 bottles 4
  • 1 iron logger head 8
  • collar ham 2


In an obedience to an order of Princess Anne Co. bearing date the 27 of February 1764 we met at the house of Mr. Henry CONSALVO and appraised the estate as above. This our report given our hands this 15 day of May 1764.

Princess Anne Co.: At a court held 15th day of May 1764 the appraisement was returned and ordered to be recorded.
W Biddle, Charles Ganding and Thomas R. Wallker
(source: Princess Anne. Co. Deed Book 9 1762-1766, records transcribed by Lanette K. Hewlett, lanette_hewlett@hotmail.com)

16 Jun 1764
The Estate of Henry CONSALVO in Audit
Agreeable to an order of Court we have met and audited the estate of Henry CONSALVO deceased and find the estate to be in debt fifty-eight pounds __ shillings and seven pence as above this 16th day of June 1764.
T. Walker and Edward Brannon
(note from Lanette: Many names are listed, the Consalvo’s that are listed are as follows: Mrs. Amey Consalvo, Mr. Joel or Joe Consalvo ?? Appears to be Joel)

6 Oct 1764
To Abia CONSOLVO towards her relief and four children: 600-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 73)

30 Mar 1765
Capias (means warrant for arrest) for John CONSAULVO and Anne his wife to answer Andrew CONSAULVO and Elizabeth his wife of a plea of trespass on the Case, damage 50 pounds
(source: Virginia Antiquary Vol. 1 Princess Anne Co., Virginia Loose Papers 1700-1789)

17 Sep 1765
Anne RUSSELL to William Holmes for 6 lbs. 1/3 part of 50 acres near London Bridge which John CONSAUL died possessed of, being her full right of dower. Wit. Edward Cannon, Thomas J. Walker Henry Lamount, Jr.
(note from Lanette: Anne Russell is the daughter of John Consaul)
(source: Deed Book 9, pg. 538L, Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

12 Oct 1765
To Abia CONSOLVO towards her relief and four children: 600-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 75)

13 Oct 1766
To Abia CONSOLVO towards her relief and 3 children: 400-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 76)

Dec 1766
Princess Anne Co., Virginia - Your orator and oratrix, John and Anne his wife, an infant by the said John her Husband and next friend shew that your oratrix’s father Henry CONSAULVO was at his death seised of considerable real and personal estate, including three slaves to wit. Cuffey, Toney and Grace, and that said Henry CONSAULVO died intestate on or about 7 Jan 1764 leaving Keziah CONSAULVO his widow and relict, your oratrix’s mother, and three daughters to wit, your oratrix and Frances and Keziah CONSAULVO, infants under 21, Keziah Consaulvo, mother of your oratrix, was granted adm’n of her deceased husband’s estate.
(note from JTR: this is John and Anne (CONSAULVO) DENNY. Anne was the daughter of Henry CONSAULVO).

14 Oct 1767
To Abia CONSOLVO towards her relief and 3 children: 400-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 78)

24 Oct 1768
To Abia CONSOLVO towards the relief of her children: 400-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 81)

11 Sep 1769 through 5 Jul 1770
Robert Ballard - wife Ann, four daughters Elizabeth, Ann, Catherine, and Margaret. Ex: wife, brother-in-law Samuel Boush Capt. Thomas Newton and brother William. Wit. William Ballard, Thomas Abbott, Priscilla CONSAULVO.
(note from Lanette: Priscilla is the daughter of William and Amy Consaulvo)
(source: Deed Book 12, pg 56 Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

1771-1774
John CONSAUL 10 acres
(source: NH Land and Slave Owners of Princess Anne Co., Virginia, Lower Norfolk Co. Viriginia Antiquary)

22 Oct 1771
To Elizabeth CONSAULVO towards the support of her 4 children: 800-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 89)

7 May 1772
John Denny and wife Anne and Frances CONSAUL to George Scott for 18 lbs. 6 shillings 34 acres of swamp, being 2/3 of the land where Henry CONSAUL died.
(note from Lanette: Frances and Anne are both daughters of Henry Consaul)
(source: Deed Book 13, pg. 5, Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

21 Oct 1772
Elizabeth CONSAULVO for maintaining her Children: 800-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 93)

15 Jan 1773
Frances CONSAUL to William Keeling, son of Adam, for 50 lbs. 40 acres which Henry CONSAUL died possessed of which devolved unto Frances by the death of her sister Keziah. Wit: Jonathan Hopkins, George Scott, John Cornick.
(source: Deed Book 13, pg. 128, Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

15 Jan 1773
John Denny and wife Anne and Frances CONSAULVO, George Scott for 10 lbs 4 shillings 17 acres in the Eastern Shore Swamp - being 1/3 of the land Henry died possessed of leaving three daughters, Anne, Frances and Keziah who is now dead. Wit: Edward Cannon
(source: Deed Book 13, pg. 129, Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

29 Mar 1773
Marriage of Frances CONSAUL and George DENNY in Princess Anne Co., Virginia.
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

14 Oct 1773
John Denny and wife Anne to Bagwell Moore for 100 lbs. Part of a plantation of 285 acres which Henry CONSAUL died possessed of. Witness: Bowen Cannon, Thomas R. Walker and John Absalom.
(source: Deed Book 13, Princess Anne Co., Virginia)

18 Oct 1773
Elizabeth CONSAULVO for the support of her 3 children: 800-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 96)

1773-1774
Included on a list of Levys "returned bad" by John Smith: Charles CONSELVEN.
(source: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia)

1773-1774
Charles CONSELVEN twice returned.
(source: list of Levys by John Smith in Augusta Co., VA 1773-1774 Copied by Lyman Chalkey, page 421, Vol. 2 Records of Augusta Co., Virginia)

19 Sep 1774
Marriage of Priscilla CONSALLVO and James WILLEROY in Princess Anne Co., Virginia.
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

25 Oct 1774
Elizabeth CONSAULVO for the support of her 3 children: 800-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 100)

8 Dec 1774
14DB146 Princess Anne Co., Virginia: Inventory of the estate of John CONSAUL by Edward Cannon, Joel Cornick Jr. and Smith Shepherd.

13 Dec 1774
Elizabeth CONSAULVO for the support of her family: 800-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 103)

1775-83

Private Jonathan CONSOLVER, Roll 103
Private John CONSOLVER, Roll 95
Private John CONSOLVER, Roll 103

(source: Revolutionary War Service Records)

Micajah CONSOLVER b. 174?
Charles CONSOLVER b. 174?
John CONSOLVER b. 174?

(source: Historical Registry of Virginians in the Revolution, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, 1775-1783, edited by John H. Gwathmey, Richmond, Virginia 1938. (13, 872p.): 174)

1776
Charles CONSOLVER
buys from the estate of Thomas Armstrong in Augusta Co., Virginia.

2 Feb 1776-31 May 1777
John CONSOLVER
listed as a private in Capt. James Johnson's Co., 6th Virginia Regiment and with Capt. John Stokes' Company, Col. Christian Febeger 2nd Virginia Regiment.

26 Nov 1776
Elizabeth CONSAULVO for the support of two children: 360-lbs. of tobacco
(source: Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, Princess Anne Co., Virginia 1723-1786, Pg. 106)

21 Oct 1779
Marriage of Samuel WOODARD and Celia BROWN Bedford Co., Virginia - John CONSOLVER, Surety; Consent of Edward and Mary Ann Bright, grandparents of Celia.
(note: something to check into - John CONSOLVER named a daughter Celia)
(source: Bedford Co., Virginia Marriage Bonds)

29 May 1780
John (Jonathan) CONSOLVER
lost right arm and left hand at Waxhaws, South Carolina in the Revolutionary War. Pensioned by the state of Virginia in 1781, by the Federal Government in 1789. He was in Bedford Co., Virginia in 1782. Later to Washington Co., Virginia. Battle of Waxhaws: Tarleton’s Legion overtook and defeated Colonel Abraham Buford and his Third Virginia Continentals as they returned through the Waxhaws area toward North Carolina after the fall of Charleston (also known as Buford’s massacre). The Waxhaw settlement, just off the Great Wagon Road, today covers parts of both Carolinas in an area southeast of Charlotte.

17 Jan 1781
According to family tradition, Charles CONSOLVER died in the Battle of Cowpens in South Carolina. Daniel Morgan led his army of tough Continentals and backwoods militia to a brilliant victory over Banastre Tarleton’s battle-hardened force of British regulars. Located in present-day South Carolina north of Spartanburg.

1782
Martin CONSOLAVER
, son of Charles and Mary Ann CONSOLVER, is on the tax list in Albemarle Co., Virginia

2 Dec 1782
John CONSOLVER, VA, Private, 200 acres for military service in the Revolutionary War.
(Source: Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments, most Virginia bounty lands located in Kentucky or Ohio, non-commissioned officer who enlisted and served out his 3-year enlistment were given 200 acres)

13 Aug 1784
Charles CONSOLVER, VA, Private, 100 acres for military service in the Revolutionary War.
(Source: Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments, most Virginia bounty lands located in Kentucky or Ohio, sailor or soldier who enlisted and served out his 3-year enlistment)

1782-1787
Jonathan CONSOLVER:
1 poll, 0 slaves
(source: Virginia Tax Payers 1782-1787 by Augusta B. Fothergill and John Mark Naugle, Gen. Pub. Co. c. 1971, pg. 27)

1783
James CONSOLIVE buys from the estate of John McDonough
(note from Joanne: James was the son of Charles and Mary Ann CONSOLVER)

3 Oct 1783
James CONSOLVER buys 300 acres on the South side of Mechums River adjoining the lands of William Wallace, John Green, and Benjamin Taylor.
(source: Virginia Land Office Grants H, 1782-1783, p. 518 (Reel 49).

30 May and 10 Jun 1783
John McDONOUGH's estate sold at vendue Sold to Viz: (lots of names) then James CONSOLIVE.
(source: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, pg. 402)

12 Sep 1783
Marriage of Benjamin BICKET and Mary CONSOLVIN in Rockbridge Co., Virginia was performed by Presbyterian minister John Brown.
(note from Lanette: this is the widow of Charles CONSOLVER, BICKET is also seen as BECKAL)

1784
Charles CONSOLVER's
widow, Mary, signs a warrant to survey the land he is entitled to, but no location is given

5 Sep 1785 and 2 Feb 1795
Anne RUSSELL to Charles WOODHOUSE 15 lbs. for his schooling. Rest of estate to be divided between Henry and John CONSAUL when they become 21. Ex. John Lovitt & Adam Keeling. Wit: Francess Keeling, Mary Lovitt, Mary Woodhouse.
(note from Lanette:
could be Charles Woodhouse CONSAUL? Why else would she be naming him in this document? They often gave middle names that were in the family)
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia Wills 1783-1871)

17 Jun 1785
John CONSOLVER
paid under law
(note from JTR: I don't know what this means or what county)

1785
List of State Pensioners Virginia
William and Mary Quarterly Pg. 11

John CONSAULVO 24 acres

26 Jul 1785
Marriage of Fanney CONSAULVO and Henry BURGESS Jr. in Princess Anne Co., Virginia
Sur. Anthony Murphy. Attached to the bond is the following consent.
Sir, it is reported to me by Mr. Murphy and others that by the book of the sister of Mrs. Fanny CONSAUL it appears that she is better than 21 years old but I cannot Certifie only from the report. I am yor. Hble. Servant Cason Moore.
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

3 Dec 1785
Contrary to popular belief, this is NOT the birth date of Jacob CONSOLVER of Shelby Co., Ohio whose spouse was Diana COUNTS (she was first married to a CORSON). Here is the age he was on the following Federal Census: 37 on 1850 (1813), 40 on 1860 (1820), 55 on 1870 (1815), 69 on 1880 (1811)
(note from JTR: YES! This appears to be the same fellow! Where did that birth date come from anyway? Could be the birthdate of his (Uncle?) Jacob who died in Shelby Co., Ohio in 1850)

1786
John CONSOLVER, age 27, is on list of pensioners in Virginia. He served as a private in Buford's Detachment, 18th platoon.
(source: William & Mary Quarterly, Vol. 18, pg. 395. List of Pensioners in Virginia for Year 1786)

1786
Charles CONSOLVANT
buys from the estate of John McDonough
(note from Harl: are we sure this is the same guy? note from JTR: I think this year might be 1783, see above)

18 Jul 1786
John McDONOUGH's settled 1784, paid Alex FRETWELL 1785 received from Charles CONSOLVANT.
(note from Lanette: which Charles is this? Ours is dead by 1781- Battle of Cowpens)
(source: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, pg. 533)

30 Apr 1787
Marriage of Mrs. Mary CONSAUL and Anthony BARDY in Norfolk Co., Virginia.
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

4 Sep 1789
Invalid Pensioners Paid by Virginia Agency, JOHN CONSOLVER, Private, $60. Paid under Law of 1785.

8 Sep 1789
John CONSOLVER
listed with invalid pensioners, paid by Virginia Agency, private, $60.

26 Dec 1789
Marriage of Mary CONSAUL and Markham HUGGINS in Princess Anne Co., Virginia.
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

1790
John CONSOLVEY
on Henry Co., Virginia Personal Property Tax List B 

14 Aug 1791
Account of estate of Samuel CARR with Garland CARR. Many names listed including James CONSOLVER, Charlottesville, Virginia.

(note from JTR: Charlottesville is in Albemarle Co., Virginia)
(source: Abstracts of Louisa Co., Virginia Will Book 3, pg. 380)

24 Dec 1791
Edward DANIEL married Polly CONSOLVENT in Patrick Co.,  Virginia

28 Jan 1793
Overseers of the Poor ordered that John CONSOLVER be bound to Boyce EIDSON according to law in Bedford Co., Virginia
(note from JTR: according to http://www.imt.net/~gedison/eidson/pafg04.htm, Rev. Boyce EIDSON Jr. was born in 1752 in Bedford Co., Virginia. He died in 1816 in Bedford Co., Virginia. Boyce was employed as Methodist minister and constable. He served in Virginia Militia during the Revolution.)

1794
Charles CONSOLVER
on Bedford Co., Virginia Tax List  

8 Apr 1794
Marriage of Jonathan CONSOLVER and Milley ROBERTSON Bedford Co., Virginia - James Conway, Surety (source: from Bedford Co., Virginia Marriage Bonds)

14 July 1797
Henry Mathias, approx. 18-19, ran away from William CONSOLVO, tailor, Norfolk Co., Virginia
(source: from 18th Century Virginia Newspapers)

6 Feb 1804
Celia CONSOLVER
m. Jesse STUART in Bedford Co., Virginia, daughter of Jonathan CONSOLVER; Reuben Thornhill, Surety
(source: Bedford Co., Virginia Marriage Bonds. Note from JTR: Celia was the daughter of Jonathan CONSOLVER and his first wife)

4 JAN 1805 (will) and 6 MAY 1805 (probate)
The will of Francis BURGESS was made 4 Jan 1805. She names her son, Thomas; her daughter, Elizabeth LOVETT; her son, "Landfair"; her daughter, Mary JONES; and her sons, Charles and John. The witness was Sowell NORRIS
(source: Princess Anne Co., Virginia, Wills 1783-1871, pg. 86, by Anne E. Maling, Heritage Books, c1994)

5 Dec 1806
Birth of Samuel CONSOLVER in Ohio or Virginia, father could be John CONSOLVER
(source familysearch.org)

1807
Jonathan CONSOLVER
appears on the tax list of Bedford Co., Virginia

1809
Jonathan CONSOLVER
appears on the tax list of Washington Co., Virginia

1809 and 1810
Jacob CONSOLVER
appears on the tax list of Washington Co., Virginia

abt 1810
Birth of Nancy (Consolver) HORNER in Ohio. She was 40 on the 1850 Shelby Co. Census (in household of Nancy CONSOLVER)

before 4 Mar 1810
Death of John CONSOLVER, disabled in Revolutionary War, residence unknown. The report of the Secretary of War printed in 1835 shows John CONSOLOER on a list of invalid pensioners at the Virginia Agency whose place of residence could not be ascertained because of the destruction of papers when the public buildings were burned in 1814. He served as a private and was granted a pension of $60 per annum from Sept. 1789 for disability incurred during his service in the Revolutionary War. A record in the Pension Office shows his name as John CONSOLVER and that he died prior to 4 March 1810.
(source: Rev. War Bounty Land Grants, by Bockstruck, pg. 26)

1810 Federal Census Albemarle Co., Virginia pg 9A line 11 - household of James KINGSOLVING: 2M -10 (1800-1810); 2M 10-16 (1794-1800); 2M 16-26 (1784-1794); 1M 45+ (bef 1765); 2F -10 (1800-1810); 3F 16-26 (1784-1794); 2F 45+ (bef 1765); 21 slaves

1810 Federal Census Culpeper Co., Virginia - household of Martin CONSOLVER: 1M 16-26 (1784-1794); 1M 45+ (bef 1765); 1F 45+ (bef 1765)

1810 Federal Census Washington Co., Virginia pg 231 - household of Milley CONSOLVER 1M 10-16 (1794-1800); 1F -10 (1800-1810); 1F 10-16 (1794-1800); 1F 26-45 (1765-1784)

1810 Federal Census Washington Co., Virginia pg 231 - household of Charles CONSOLVER: 5M -10 (1800-1810); 1M 26-45 (1765-1784); 1F -10 (1800-1810); 1F 26-45 (1765-1784) (son of Jonathan CONSOLVER and his first wife?)

5 Sep 1811
Marriage of Jacob CONSOLVER and Rachel ARCHER in Montgomery Co., Ohio, by Charles Hardy, Methodist, rec. 16 Sep 1811, p 30
(source: Montgomery Co., Ohio Probate Records, Marriage Certificates, Volume A)

19 May 1812
Marriage of John Consolver and Anne "Nancy" Blair in Culpeper Co., Virginia

(note Bill Gaulding, John and Nancy (BLAIR) CONSOLVER moved from Culpepper Co., Virginia after 1820 to Perry Co., Ohio 1830 and to Hocking Co., Ohio 1840 and 1850, later in 1860 in Ross Co., Ohio. John died after that and Nancy died in Circleville, Pickaway Co., Ohio on 9 Jan 1873)

1812
Private Jacob CONSOLVER served in Holt's Detachment, Ohio Volunteers and Militia, during the War of 1812, Miami/Montgomery Co., Ohio

abt 1813
Birth of Jacob CONSOLVER to John and Nancy CONSOLVER in Ohio. He was 37 on 1850 census of Nancy A. CONSOLVER in Shelby Co., Ohio

31 Aug 1815
Marriage of Samuel LAWRENCE and Elizabeth CONSAULS in Norfolk Co., Virginia.
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

14 Sep 1816
Marriage of Barnett CONSOLVER to Sally MEGEE in Washington Co., Virginia (son of Jonathan CONSOLVER and Milley ROBERTSON)

20 Sep 1816
Marriage of Fanney CONSALVER and John HAMILTON in Botetourt Co., Virginia
(source: Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)

19 Dec 1816
Marriage of Sarah CONSOLVER to Michael WIDENER in Washington Co., Virginia (daughter of Jonathan CONSOLVER and Milley ROBERTSON.
(source: FHL 1395955 and Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850)  

1817
Barnabas (Barnett) CONSOLVER appears on the tax list of Washington Co., Virginia. He married Salley McGEE on 14 Sep 1816

12 May 1819
Birth of Isaac S. CONSOLVER in Montgomery Co., Ohio. He died 18 Aug 1898 in Shelby Co. and is buried in Glen Cemetery, sw of Port Jefferson

1820 Federal Census Unknown Twp., Washington Co., Virginia pg 203 - household of Milly CONSOLON (Consolver): 1F 16-26 (1794-1804); 1F 45+ (bef 1775)

1820 Federal Census Washington Co., Virginia pg 954 - household of Charles KINSOLVER: 2M -10 (1810-1820); 1M 10-16 (1804-1810); 2M 16-18 (1802-1804); 2M 16-26 (1794-1804); 1M 45+ (bef 1775); 2F -10 (1810-1820); 1F 10-16 (1804-1810); 1F 45+ (bef 1775)

1820 Federal Census Culpeper Co., Virginia pg 8 - household of William CONSOLVER: 1M 26-45 (1775-1794); 1M 45+ household of James KINSOLVING: 1M -10 (1810-1820) 1M 10-16 (1804-1810); 1M 16-26 (1794-1804); 1M 45+ (bef 1775); 1F 10-16 (1804-1810) 2F 16-26 (1794-1804); 1F 45+ (bef 1775); 19 Agr; 1 Mfg. Slaves: 12M -14; 1M 14-26; 7M 26-45; 11F -14; 3F 14-26; 1F 45+.+ (bef 1775); 1F 45+ (bef 1775); 1 agr.

1820 Federal Census Culpeper Co., Virginia pg 8 - household of John COLSOLVER (sic): 2M -10 (1810-1820); 1M 26-45 (1775-1794); 1F 16-26 (1794-1804); 1 agr

1820 Federal Census Washington Twp., Montgomery Co., Ohio - household of John CONSOLVER 3M -10 (1810-1820); 1M 10-16 (1804-1810); 1M 26-45M (1775-1794); 2F -10 (1810-1820); 1F 10-16F (1804-1810); 26-45F (1775-1794); 1 Agr.

1820 Federal Census Lost Creek Twp., Miami Co., Ohio pg 93 - household of Jacob CONSOLVER: 1M 26-45 (1775-1794); 4F -10 (1810-1820); 1F 26-45 (1775-1794); 1 Agr.

30 Apr 1820
Birth of Abraham CONSOLVER in Montgomery Co., Ohio. He died 6 Jul 1886 at 66 years 2 months 6 days

29 Mar 1821
Marriage of
Milley KINGSOLVER and John THOMAS in Washington Co., Virginia. Minister was John JONES, Jr.
(source: Washington Co. Marriages and Minister Returns 1776-1855
, pg. 171, by Marty Hiatt)

9 Jun 1826
Deed Jacob and Rachel CONSOLVER in Lost Creek Twp., Miami Co., Ohio, sold land to Abraham Covault

7 Feb 1829
Anna CONSOLVER
married Andrew WIRT in Washington Co., Virginia
(source: Washington Co., Virginia Marriage Records)

1 Oct 1829
Marriage of Mary CONSOLVER to Richard F. DAVIS in Miami Co., Ohio (familysearch.org)

1829
Birth of Abraham CONSOLVER in Ohio, based on age of 21 on 1850 Shelby Co. Census in household of Nancy CONSOLVER. Also Jacob CONSOLVER 37M OH; Nancy HORNER 40F OH; Rebecca HORNER 7F OH; Melinda HORNER 2F Ohio

9 Nov 1830
Marriage of Ariny CONSOLUANT and Gabriel ROSE in Montgomery Co., Virginia

1830 Federal Census Brown Twp., Miami Co., Ohio pg 25 - Jacob CONSOLVER 1M -5 (1825-1830); 1M 30-40 (1790-1800); 1F -5 (1825-1830); 1F 5-10 (1820-1825); 2F 10-15 (1815-1820); 1F 30-40 (1790-1800)

1830 Federal Census Madison Twp., Perry Co., Ohio pg 403 - household of John CONSOLIVER (Consolver): 1M -5 (1825-1830); 1M 10-15 (1815-1820); 1M 15-20 (1810-1815); 1M 40-50 (1780-1790); 1F -5 (1825-1830); 1F 5-10 (1820-1825); 1F 10-15 (1815-1820); 1F 30-40 (1790-1800)

1830 Federal Census Falls Twp., Muskingum Co., Ohio pg 197 - household of (Consolver?): 1M -5 (1825-1830); 1M 40-50 (1780-1790); 1F -5 (1825-1830); 2F 5-10 (1820-1825); 1F 30-40 (1790-1800)

9 Nov 1831
Marriage of Areny CONSOLVENT and Gabriel ROSE, Jacob McENOLLY, guardian.
Source: FHL #2047121 - Index of Montgomery Co. Marriages 1777-1853, pg 387

10 Feb 1832
Marriage of Catharine CONSOLVER to Robert BEAN in Botetourt Co., Virginia

20 Dec 1832
Marriage of Nancy CONSOLVER to John HORNER in Warren Co., Ohio, Lic. 4053

7 Jan 1834
Birth of Jacob A. CONSOLVER who died 26 Dec 1902

22 Mar 1834
Marriage of Samuel CONSOLVER to Elizabeth SULLIVAN in Fairfield, Ohio (source: familysearch.org)

1835
Deed Jacob and Rachel (Archer) CONSOLVER in Brown Twp., Miami Co., Ohio

1835
Census of Brown Twp., Miami Co., Ohio - Jacob CONSOLVER
Census of Brown Twp., Miami Co., Ohio - Jacob CONSOLVER Jr.

Abt 1835
(Sherman?) David CONSOLVER born in Ohio to Samuel CONSOLVER and Elizabeth SULLIVAN. He died 12 OCT 1897 in Government Hospital for the insane in Washington, DC. He married Hannah MORRIS on 31 May 1859 and they had children born in Ross Co., Ohio: Emaline, Rachel, Cordelia, Huldah and Herman. His second wife was Mary "Nancy" DIXON. They married 28 Jan 1889.

10 Nov 1836 (1830?)
Marriage of Ann CONSOLVER and George MOYER in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court Records, FHL 0562857)

15 Mar 1837
Jacob CONSOLVER of Miami Co., Ohio purchased 80 acres in Shelby Co., Ohio, Twp. 7S, Range 5E, Sec. 25, W1/2NW, Doc 4713, Lima Land Office

15 Aug 1837
John CONSOLVER of Morgan Co., Ohio purchased 41.35 acres in Hocking Co., Ohio, Twp. 12N, Range 18W, Sec. 21, SWSW, Doc 7210, Ohio River Survey, Chillocothe Land Office
(per Bill Gaulding, this land was in Laurel Twp., Hocking Co., Ohio, this John CONSOLVER was married to Anne "Nancy" BLAIR in Virginia)

1838
Birth of William CONSOLVER to Samuel CONSOLVER and Elizabeth SULLIVAN in Fairfield, Ohio

1 Feb 1838
Marriage of William CONSOLVER to Jane SAUNDERS in Morgan Co., Ohio

18 Dec 1839
Marriage of
May KINGSOLVER and Adam HAMILTON in Washington Co., Virginia. Minister was Alexander McEWAN.
(source: Washington Co. Marriages and Minister Returns 1776-1855, pg. 171
, by Marty Hiatt)

1840 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - household of John CONSOLVER: 1M 10-15 (1825-1830); 1M 20-30 (1810-1820); 1M 60-70 (1770-1780); 1F 15-20 (1820-1825); 1F 50-60 (1780-1790)

1840 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - household of John HORRNER (Horner) - John HORRNER 1M 20-30 (1810-1820); 1F -5 (1835-1840); 1F 5-10 (1830-1835); 1F 30-40 (1800-1810)
(note from JTR: they were living next door to Adam Counts, father of Diana Counts who married Abraham CONSOLVER in 1858)

1840 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - household of George MOYER: 1M -5 (1835-1840); 1M 20-30 (1810-1820); 1F -5 (1835-1840); 1F 20-30 (1810-1820)

1840 Federal Census Green Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - household of Samuel WOODARD: 1M 15-20 (1820-1825); 1M 80-90 (1750-1760); 1F 10-15 (1825-1830); 1F 15-20 (1820-1825); 1F 50-60 (1780-1790).

1840 Federal Census Perry Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - household of Peter RINEHART: 1M 60-70 (1770-1780); 1F 5-10 (1830-1835); 1F 10-15 (1825-1830); 1F 60-70 (1770-1780)

1840 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - household of Samuel BATES: 1M -5 (1835-1840); 1M 50-60 (1780-1790); 3F -3 (1835-1840); 1F 5-10 (1830-1835); 1F 10-15 (1825-1830); 1F 40-50 (1790-1800)

abt 1840
Birth of Lucinda CONSOLVER probably in Fairfield, Ohio to Samuel CONSOLVER and Elizabeth SULLIVAN (source: FHL Fiche 6142837)

1840
Marriage of Ann CONSOLVER and John TODD in Shelby Co., Ohio

13 Apr 1840
T2 R7E S37 91.69 acre

27 Apr 1840
John and Nancy (CONSOLVER) HORNER obtain a mortgage in Shelby Co., Ohio to purchase 91.69 acres in Township 2, Range 7 East, Section 37 (T2 R7E S37). Both sign with their marks.
(source Shelby Co., Ohio Mortgage Book 2 pages 28, 29 & 30)

25 Jun 1841
John CONSOLVER of Hocking Co., Ohio purchased 41.35 acres in Hocking Co., Ohio, Twp. 12N, Range 18W, Sec. 28, NWNE, Doc 11516, Ohio River Survey, Chillocothe Land Office
(note: per Bill Gaulding, this land was in Laurel Twp., Hocking Co., Ohio, this John CONSOLVER was married to Anne "Nancy" BLAIR in Virginia)

1840-1870 Federal Census Ross Co., Ohio
Samuel CONSOLVER was born in Virginia about 5 Dec 1806.

21 Mar 1843
Marriage of Martha CONSOLVER to Barton BATES in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court records)

1843
Marriage of Elizabeth CONSOLVER and Jacob RINEHART in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court records)

1843
Marriage of Isaac S. CONSOLVER and Jane HALL in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court records)

abt 1845
Birth of Margaret CONSOLVER probably in Fairfield, Ohio to Samuel CONSOLVER and Elizabeth SULLIVAN (source: FHL Fiche 6142837)

10 Apr 1845
Jacob CONSOLVER
vs. Rachel CONSOLVER. Petition for divorce in Shelby Co., Ohio Civil Court. This cause is dismissed at petitioner’s costs. Judgement against plaintiff for costs.
(source: LDS #1030034, Shelby Co., OH Civil Minutes Journal, Vol. 6, 1845-46)

15 April 1845
Shelby Co. Court orders that the property of John and Nancy (CONSOLVER) HORNER be auctioned and their mortgage was foreclosed.
(source: LDS #1030031, Shelby Co. Chancery Records v. 1-3 1839-1853)

3 Jul 1845
Marriage of
Sarah KINGSALVER and Joseph DUNCAN in Washington Co., Virginia. Minister was Julius J. DAVENPORT.
(source: Washington Co. Marriages and Minister Returns 1776-1855
, pg. 171, by Marty Hiatt)

17 Jul 1845
Marriage of Lydia CONSOLVER and Alexander HALL in Shelby Co., Ohio. Consent: Consent of both parents in person.
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court records)
Another marriage to Silas R. SMITH (unknown year)

21 Nov 1846
Birth of Nancy Elizabeth CONSOLVER in Ohio. She was married to Asahel Tompkins BALDRIDGE on 22 Feb 1866 in Ohio. (no parents shown on familysearch.org)

1846
Birth of Jacob A. CONSOLVER to Isaac S. CONSOLVER
(source: 1860 Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio Census)

abt 1847
Birth of Martha Missouri CONSOLVER probably in Fairfield, Ohio to Samuel CONSOLVER and Elizabeth SULLIVAN
(source: FHL Fiche 6142837)

October 1847
Jacob CONSOLVER, husband of Rachel Archer, was living in Shelby Co., Ohio when he testified about the disputed estate of his deceased father-in-law David Archer. He said that he had been acquainted with David Archer for 21 or 22 years since 1811. David Archer must have died about 1832-1833. Jacob CONSOLVER said that one or two years before David Archer died, he had sold his 60 acres near David Archer's in Lost Creek Twp., Miami Co. for about $200. Jacob Archer's family was on the 1830 Federal Census in Brown Twp., Miami Co., Ohio.
(source: Miami Co., Ohio Will Book 2, pg 85, Estate of David Archer)

15 August 1848
After the death of William HALL of Dinsmore Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio, his property was sold to pay debts by Samuel Elliott, administrator of the estate. Named as defendants in the Court of Common Pleas were William Hall's widow, Sarah, and Alexander Hall, Isaac CONSOLVER & Jane Consolver, William Hall, Samuel Hall, Sarah Margaret Hall and Elizabeth Hall. The last four children named were under fourteen years of in 1846. The estate was first appraised at approximately $150 and there were debts of $140. The property finally sold at auction on 14 Aug 1848 to Fielding Drake for $105.50. The land consisted of 40 acres more or less Southeast quarter of the South East quarter of Section One, Township Seven South of Range Six East (S1 T7S R6E)

20 Nov 1848
Jacob CONSOLVER vs Rachel CONSOLVER. Petition for divorce in Shelby Co., Ohio Civil Court. This cause is dismissed at petitioner’s costs. Decree petitioner for costs.
(source: LDS #1030034, Shelby Co., OH Civil Minutes Journal, Vol. 7, pg 220, 1847-51)

1849
Marriage of Allen A. CONSOLVER and Mary AGUE in Shelby Co., Ohio

June 1850 - AIS Mortality Schedule (ancestry.com), Shelby Co., Ohio
Jacob CONSOLVER, age 54 (b. abt 1796), cause of death = cold, state of birth = Ohio, ID MRT197_65600. (note: is this the same Jacob Consolver who married Rachel Archer? He would have been about 15 when he married Rachel Archer 5 Sep 1811)

8 Aug 1850 Federal Census Franklin Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - living in the household of Levi and Mary STALEY are Nancy HORNER 40F OH and Malinda HORNER 3F OH (abt 1847)

8 Aug 1850 Federal Census Clinton Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio - Asberry CONSOLIVER 13M OH (abt 1837). Living with Alex. HALL 29M OH (abt 1821) cooper, Lidia HALL 26F OH (abt 1824). (note: Lydia CONSOLVER and Alexander HALL were married 17 Jul 1845 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

17 Jul 1850 Federal Census Sidney Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 181/185 - Ann TODD 37F OH (abt 1813); Lanora D. TODD 9F OH (abt 1841); Rachael TODD 6F OH (abt 1844); John B. TODD 3M OH (abt 1847). (note: this is the family of John TODD and Ann CONSOLVER who were married 1840 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

1850 Federal Census Sidney Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 83/85 - household of A. RINEHEART 49M PA (abt 1801); Elisabeth RINEHEART 27F OH (abt 1823); Jacob RINEHART 5M OH (abt 1845); Caroline RINEHEART 3F OH (abt 1847); Albert CONSOLIVER 19M OH  (abt 1831). (note: Abraham RINEHART and Elizabeth CONSOLVER were married 1843 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

26 Sep 1850 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio- Berton BATES 24M OH (abt 1826); Martha BATES 24F OH (abt 1826); Sarah Ann Bates 7F OH (abt 1843); Mary E. BATES 6F OH (abt 1844); James E. BATES 5M OH (abt 1845); Nancy Jane BATES 3F OH (abt 1847); Abraham BATES 4m OH (abt May 1850). (note: Burton BATES and Martha CONSOLVER were married 21 Mar 1843 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

26 Sep 1850 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 131/131 pg 629 - Isaac CONSOLVER 30M OH (abt 1820), farmer; Jane CONSOLVER 28F OH (abt 1822); William CONSOLVER 7M OH (abt 1843); Sarah E. CONSOLVER 6F OH (abt 1844); Jacob A. CONSOLVER 4M OH; Julia A. CONSOLVER 3F OH (abt 1847); Rachael M. CONSOLVER 7 mos OH (abt 1849)
(note: this is Isaac S. CONSOLVER who married Jane HALL in Shelby Co., OH in 1843, he died 18 Aug 1898 in Shelby Co. and is buried in Glen Cemetery, sw of Port Jefferson)

27 Sep 1850 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 147/147 - John HORNER Jr. 6M OH (abt 1844);  living with family of William and Edith KIRBY (note from JTR: this is the son of John and Rebecca (Consolver) HORNER)

27 Sep 1850 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., OH 155/155 - Nancy HORNER 13F OH (abt 1837) is living with Samuel and Elizabeth TAYLOR, two households away from Nancy HORNER 40F OH (could be her mother).

27 Sep 1850 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 157/157 - Nancy A. CONSOLVER 58F VA (b. abt 1792); Jacob CONSOLVER 37M OH (b. abt. 1813); Abram CONSOLVER 21 (b. abt 1829); Nancy HORNER 40F OH (b. abt 1810); Rebecca HORNER 7F OH (b. abt 1843); Melinda HORNER 2F OH (b. abt 1848)

1850 Federal Census Washington Co., Virginia
Charles KINGSOLVER 76M Virginia (abt 1774) farmer, can't read/write; Nancy V. KINGSOLVER 32F Virginia (abt 1818) can't read/write; Mary A. KINGSOLVER 25F Virginia (abt 1825) can't read/write; Eliza KINGSOLVER 17F Virginia (abt 1833); Elizabeth HITE 5F Virginia ; Wm. A. HITE 3M Virginia

9 Oct 1850 Federal Census 41st District, Montgomery Co., Virginia 832/832 - Andrew WIRT 44M VA (abt 1806) farmer; Ann WIRT 45F VA (abt 1805); Sarah WIRT 22F VA (abt 1828); John WIRT 19M VA (abt 1831) laborer; James WIRT 17M VA (abt 1833); Henry WIRT 15M VA (abt 1835); Catherine WIRT (12F VA (abt 1838); George WIRT 10M VA (abt 1840); Russell WIRT 8M VA (abt 1842); Andrew WIRT 4M VA (abt 1846); Wade WIRT 3M VA (abt 1847). (note: this is the family of Andrew WIRT and Ann CONSOLVER who were married in Montgomery Co., Virginia on 7 Feb 1829)

30 Apr 1851
Marriage of
Mary Ann KINGSALVER and William DAVIS in Washington Co., Virginia. Minister was Noah CATES.
(source: Washington Co. Marriages and Minister Returns 1776-1855, pg. 171
, by Marty Hiatt)

14 Apr 1852
Marriage of Abraham CONSOLVER and Elizabeth BATES in Shelby Co., Ohio

16 Nov 1854
Marriage of
Nancy Anne KINGSOLVER and Alfred WARSHAN in Washington Co., Virginia. Minister was George R. BARR.
(source: Washington Co. Marriages and Minister Returns 1776-1855
, pg. 171, by Marty Hiatt)

1855
Birth of Richard Shelby BLUE who married Laura Ellen CONSOLVER in Port Jefferson, Shelby Co., Ohio

30 Jul 1856
Shelby Co., Ohio court case: Abraham RINEHART vs. Irwin NUTT, administrator of estate of Peter RINEHART. By an agreement of the parties this cause is discontinued without record, as by written agreement on file. It is therefore, considered that the said defendant recover of the said plaintiff, his costs in this behalf expended taxed at ---- dollars and ---- cents. (amount not given). (note from JTR: Abraham RINEHART was married to Elizabeth CONSOLVER. His father was Peter RINEHART. Irwin NUTT was the son of Aaron NUTT Jr. whose mother was Mary ARCHER, sister of David ARCHER whose daughter Rachel was married to Jacob CONSOLVER).
(source: Shelby Co., Ohio Supreme Court Minutes Index 1823-59)

2 Jun 1858
Marriage of Jacob CONSOLVER and Diana CORSON in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court)

31 May 1859
Marriage of David CONSOLVER and Hannah MORRISON in Pickaway Co., Ohio
(source: Pickaway Co. Probate Judge)

11 Dec 1859
Marriage of Sarah E. CONSOLVER to Jonathan C. WESTFALL in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Co. Probate Court)

Apr 1860
Birth of Rachel CONSOLVER to Sherman David CONSOLVER and Hannah MORRISON of Pickaway Co., Ohio

18 Jun 1860 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 182/173 pg 25 - Nancy HORNER 45F OH (abt 1815); Susanna HORNER 26F OH (abt 1834); Rachel H. HORNER 19F OH (abt 1841); Rebecca HORNER 16F OH (abt 1844); Malinda C. HORNER 12F OH (abt 1848), attends school; Ruth HORNER 2F OH (abt 1858). (note from JTR: Nancy HORNER was the daughter of John and Nancy A. CONSOLVER of Shelby Co., Ohio)

21 Jun 1860
Marriage of Rachel HORNER (1842-1906) and Richard Nelson PARR (1832-1885) in Shelby Co., Ohio. (note from JTR: according to "Descendants of Richard Parr" by Perry Louis PARR, Richard PARR was the brother of Hiram Parr who married Rachel's sister Rebecca HORNER. Rebecca and Rachel were daughters of John HORNER and Nancy CONSOLVER. Rebecca's birthday was 10 Oct 1842 and Rachel's birthday was 15 Mar 1842. Dates might be wrong. This needs more research)

27 Jun 1860
Birth of Charles CONSOLVER to Jacob and Diane (Counts) CONSOLVER of Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: ancestry.com)

2 Jul 1860 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 293/276 - Abraham CONSOLVER 29M OH (abt 1831), day laborer, can't read/write; Elizabeth M. CONSOLVER 28M OH (abt 1832); Samuel M. CONSOLVER 7M OH (abt 1853); Mary L. CONSOLVER 4F OH (abt 1856); Caroline CONSOLVER 2F OH (abt 1858)
(note: this is most likely the Abram CONSOLVER who was age 19 on the 1850 Salem Twp. Shelby Co., Ohio Census, household of Nancy A. CONSOLVER, he married Elizabeth BATES in 1852 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

2 Jul 1860 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 292/275 - Jacob CONSOLVER 40M OH (abt 1820), farmer, can't read/write; Dianna CONSOLVER 33F OH (abt 1827) ; Elizabeth J. CONSOLVER 8F OH (abt 1852), attended school; Abraham CONSOLVER 6M OH (abt 1854), attended school; James CONSOLVER 4M OH (abt 1856)
(note: there was a Jacob CONSOLVER who married Diana CORSON in 1858 (Shelby Co., Ohio). If this is the same couple, the children were born before the marriage, from a previous marriage, or to a previous wife)

17 Jul 1860 Federal Census Dinsmore Twp., Shelby Co., OH 759/759 pg 331 - Richard PARR 27M OH (abt 1833) farmer; Rachel PARR 19F OH (abt 1841); Nancy HORNER 46F OH (abt 1814).
(note: living with Fred K. KLINE 28M Germany and Mary KLINE 23F Ohio. Richard PARR and Rachel HORNER were married 21 Jun 1860 in Shelby Co., Ohio. Rachel and Nancy HORNER also appear on 18 Jun 1860 census in Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio)

10 Aug 1860 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 808/780 pg 403 - Isaac CONSOLVER 44M OH (abt 1816) day laborer, can't read/write; Jane CONSOLVER 36F OH (abt 1824); William CONSOLVER 17M OH (abt 1843) day laborer; Jacob A. CONSOLVER 14M OH (abt 1846); Julia A. CONSOLVER 12F OH (abt 1848); Rachel CONSOLVER 10F OH (abt 1850); Mary CONSOLVER 8F OH (abt 1852); Nancy A. CONSOLVER 6F OH (abt 1854); David H. CONSOLVER 3M OH (abt 1857)

10 Aug 1860 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 841/813 pg 405 - Burton BATES 41M NY (abt 1819) day laborer, $50 personal property; Martha BATES 37F OH (abt 1823) can't read/write; Cynthia BATES 16F OH (abt 1844); Mary E. BATES 15F OH (abt 1845); James E. BATES 13M OH (abt 1847); Nancy Jane BATES 10F OH (abt 1850); Samuel BATES 12M OH (abt 1848); Eliza BATES 7F OH (abt 1853); Joel F. BATES 5M OH (abt 1855); Sarah BATES 3F OH (abt 1857); David BATES 2M OH (abt 1858); Owen HAUG 23M OH (abt 1837).
(note: Burton BATES and Martha CONSOLVER were married 21 Mar 1843 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

1860 Federal Census Sidney Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 398/398 pg 494 - Asbury CONSOLIVER 23M OH (abt 1837) boat hand.
(note: Living in household of Elizabeth Bush 40F PA, also living there was Murray SEAMEN 21M OH boat hand)

1860 Federal Census Perry Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 444/417 pg 58 - Jonathan WESTFALL 23M OH (abt 1837) day laborer; Sarah E. WESTFALL 16F OH (abt 1844).
(note: this is the Sarah E. CONSOLVER who married Jonathan WESTFALL in Shelby Co., Ohio in 1859)

11 Nov 1861
Marriage of Rebecca Jane HORNER (1842-1909) to Hiram Edward PARR in Auglaize Co., Ohio.
(note: according to "Descendants of Richard Parr" by Perry Louis PARR, Hiram Parr was the brother of Richard PARR who married Rebecca's sister Rachel HORNER. Rebecca and Rachel were daughters of John HORNER and Nancy CONSOLVER. Rebecca's birthday was 10 Oct 1842 and Rachel's birthday was 15 Mar 1842. One of these is obviously wrong. This needs more research)

9 Aug 1864
Marriage of Andrew KINGSOLVER and Martha ODUM in Washington Co., Virginia. Andrew is 55 years old (born about 1809) and a widower, a farmer and son of Charles and Margaret (sic) Ann KINGSOLVER. Martha is 27, single and daughter of Latin and Margaret Ann ODUM. The minister was William A. HARRIS.
(source: Washington Co. Marriages, by Thomas Colley, pg. 200)

22 Oct 1864
Birth of Nelson CONSOLVER to Jacob and Diane (Counts) CONSOLVER of Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: ancestry.com)

Abt 1865 Civil War Service Records

Private Allen E. CONSOLVER Co. E 22nd Iowa Infantry enlisted 2 Aug 1862 in Ottumwa, Iowa
Private Jacob A. CONSOLVER 8 Indpt. Batt'y, Ohio Light Art'y. (17 Apr 1861 or 23 Jan 1862)
Private Jacob A. CONSOLVER Co. F 15 Ohio Infantry (17 Apr 1861 or 23 Jan 1862)
Private William CONSOLVER Co. I 118 Ohio enlisted 19 Aug 1862 <<< (this was the same regiment that Richard Nelson PARR was in)
David CONSOLVER, Ohio enlisted 24 October 1861

4 Jan 1866
Marriage of David Jess KINGSOLVER and Lucy Margaret MEADOWS in Washington Co., Virginia. David is 27 years old (born about 1839) and single, a farmer, and son of David and Cynthia KINGSOLVER. Lucy is 17 years old (born about 1849), single and daughter Miles and Ruth MEADOWS. The minister was S.P. METCALF.

(source: Washington Co. Marriages, by Thomas Colley, pg. 200)

10 Mar 1869
Marriage of John CONSOLVER and Isabelle HEDGE in Pickaway, Ohio
(source: Pickaway Co., Ohio Probate Judge)

1870 Federal Census Abington Twp., Washington Co., Virginia - David KINSOLVER 32M VA (abt 1838), farmer, $800 real estate, $200 personal property; Margaret KINSOLVER 31F VA (abt 1839), housekeeping; John KINSOLVER 1M VA; Milton KINSOLVER 2mos. M VA (b. May 1870)

1870 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 79/80 pg 10 - Isaac CONSOLVER 51M OH (abt 1819) farm laborer, $105 personal property, can't read/write; Jane CONSOLVER 47F OH (abt 1823); Julia A. CONSOLVER 22F OH (abt 1848); Nancy E. CONSOLVER 16F OH (1854); David H. CONSOLVER 13M OH (abt 1857)

6 Aug 1870 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 260/262 - Jacob CONSOLVER 55M OH (abt 1815), farmer; Diana CONSOLVER 42F OH (abt 1828), keeps house; Abraham 17M OH (abt 1853), farm laborer; Elizabeth J. 18 OH (abt 1852), domestic servant; James 15M OH (abt 1855), farm laborer; Charles CONSOLVER 11M OH (abt 1859), at home; Ida CONSOLVER 7F OH (abt 1863), at home; William N. CONSOLVER 5M OH (abt 1865), at home.
(note: Abraham, Elizabeth J. and James were children from Diana Consolver's first marriage since she didn't marry Jacob CONSOLVER until 1858)

6 Aug 1870 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 271/273 - Abraham CONSOLVER 55M OH (abt 1815) farm laborer, can't read/write; Elizabeth CONSOLVER 39F OH (abt 1831); Samuel CONSOLVER 15M OH (abt 1855); Mary CONSOLVER 14F OH (abt 1856); Caroline CONSOLVER 10F OH (abt 1860); Allie CONSOLVER 6F OH (abt 1864); Laura CONSOLVER 2F OH (abt 1868)

1870 Federal Census Kalamazoo Co., Michigan: Burton BATES 51M NY (abt 1819), farmer; Elizabeth BATES 35F PA (abt 1835); David BATES 11M OH (abt 1859), Chauncey BATES 8M OH (abt 1862); Louisa BATES 4F OH (abt 1866); U.L. BATES 1M MI (abt 1869).
(note from JTR: Burton BATES and Martha CONSOLVER were married 21 Mar 1843 in Shelby Co., Ohio)

1870 Federal Census Perry Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio 228/232 - Abraham RHINEHART 69M PA (abt 1801) daily laborer $200 personal property; Elizabeth RHINEHART 47F OH (abt 1823) $700 real estate; John W. RHINEHART 14M OH (abt 1856); Benjamin RHINEHART 10M OH (abt 1860)

29 Jun 1871
Marriage of Julia Ann CONSOLVER and Robert S. REED in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Probate Court records)

11 Jun 1880 Federal Census Competine, Wapello Co., Iowa 99/100 - Allen CONSOLVER, 53M OH (abt 1827), married, farm laborer, can't write
(note: he's living in the household of Harvey DICKENS and family, doesn't say where parents were born)

2 Apr 1876
Marriage of Rachel CONSOLVER and Henry KERNS of Ross Co., Ohio
(source Ross Co. Probate Records)

1877
Marriage of Caroline CONSOLVER and Lewis A. McFARLAND in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Shelby Probate Court records)

4 Dec 1878
Allen E. CONSOLVER applied for Civil War Pension

2 Jul 1879
Death of Samuel CONSOLVER in Ross Co, Ohio

14 Aug 1879
Marriage of Ambrose CONSOLVER to Margaret A. MATTHEWS in Ross Co., Ohio. He was the youngest son of John and Anne "Nancy" (Blair) CONSOLVER.
(source: familysearch.org, Ross Co., Ohio Probate Court)

1880 Federal Census Salem Twp., Auglaize Co., OH pg 493D - Abe CONSOLVER 57M OH (abt 1823), parents b. OH, laborer; Elisabeth CONSOLVER wife 49F OH (abt 1831), parents b. OH, keeps house; S.M. CONSOLVER son 24M OH (abt 1856) laborer; Allie CONSOLVER daughter 16F OH (abt 1864), attends school; Laura CONSOLVER daughter 10F OH (abt 1870), attends school.
(note: this appears to be the same family that was in Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio in 1860 and Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio in 1870)

1880 Federal Census Jackson Twp., Shelby Co., OH pg 130C - Jacob CONSOLVER 69M OH (abt 1811), parents b. VA, laborer; Dianna CONSOLVER wife 51F OH (abt 1829), parents b. PA, keeps house; Charles J. CONSOLVER son 19M OH (abt 1861); Nelson CONSOLVER 14M OH (abt 1866); Susan L. CONSOLVER 8F OH (abt 1872); Abraham CORSON stepson 26M OH (abt 1854) laborer, father b. OH

1880 Federal Census Salem Twp., Shelby Co., Ohio pg 204B - Isaac CONSOLVER head of household 61M OH (abt 1819), father b. Virginia, mother b. Virginia, widower, farm hand, can't read/write; Robert S. READ 37M, son-in-law, b, Ohio (abt. 1843), father b. MD, mother b. OH, married, carpenter; Julia A. READ 32F, daughter, b. OH (abt 1848), father b. OH, mother b. OH, keeping house; Allie M. READ 6F, granddaughter, b. OH, father b. OH, mother b. OH, attends school; Edward R. READ 2M, grandson, b. OH (abt 1878), father b. OH, mother b. Ohio

10 Jun 1880 Federal Census Sidney Twp., Shelby Co., OH 92/92 - Alexander HALL 59M OH (abt 1821), father b. MD, mother b. PA; Lydia HALL wife 56F OH (abt 1824), father b. VA, mother b. NJ; William HALL son 28M IA (abt 1852); Asbury son 23M IA (abt 1857); Lizzie HALL dau 19F OH (abt 1861) ; Alice HALL dau 11F OH (abt 1869)

1880 Federal Census Mad River Twp., Champaign Co., Ohio 286/301 pg 319C - Asbury CONSOLVER 40M OH (abt 1840) laborer, father b. Virginia, mother b. NJ; Sarah CONSOLVER wife 35F Virginia (abt 1845) keeps house, father b. Virginia, mother b. Virginia ; Jane JENKINS stepdaughter 18F OH (abt 1862), father b. OH, mother b. Virginia ; Thomas JENKINS stepson 16M OH (abt 1864), father b. OH, mother b. Virginia ; Grant JENKINS stepson 9M OH (abt 1871), father b. OH, mother b. Virginia ; Weldon CONSOLVER son 6M OH (abt 1874), father b. OH, mother b. Virginia; Lydia CONSOLVER 3F OH (abt 1877), father b. OH, mother b. Ohio

22 Jul 1882
Marriage of Allen CONSOLVER and Lidia CONNER in Shelby Co., Ohio
(source: Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900, ancestry.com)

Apr 11 1883
David CONSOLVER applied for Civil War Pension (invalid status), wife was Nancy DIXON

6 Jul 1886
Death of Abraham CONSOLVER at 66 years 2 months 6 days

28 Jan 1889
Marriage of David CONSOLVER to Mary "Nancy" DIXON. He was the son of Samuel and Elizabeth (SULLIVAN) CONSOLVER

1893
Marriage of Lydia Ann CONSOLVER and Elgie D. FAULDER in Shelby Co., Ohio

Jul 15 1912
Nancy CONSOLVER applied for Civil War Pension as widow of David CONSOLVER, Ohio Infantry

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