FRANKLIN COUNTY VIRGINIA TIME LINES

In 1785, Christian Abshire is on a petition to form Franklin Co.

Research Notes: On April 22, 1766 Christian Apshere borrowed 14 lbs 6 shillings from Israel Christian. On the back of court order he is living on Maggoty Creek.
(Bedford County.)

Research Notes: Christian Epshear was a witness on a deed between Adam Looney of N.C. and Alex Evans on Looney's Creek, Augusta County, Oct 2, 1765. (DB13-P92

In 1786 Christian Abshire is on the Tac List of Franklin Co., VA
Submitted by Dorothy Dalton
ddalton5@bellsouth.net

 1786 Tax List of Franklin Co.

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James, Spencer

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Jones, Abraham

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http://www.ls.net/~newriver/va/fran1786.htm

1788 Tax List
1788 George Johnson A-10 paid April 24
1788 Jacob Johnson A-10 Paid April 10 same as William Johnston of Franklin CO.
John Johnson Sr. A-10 Paid June 26

John Johnson A-10 pad June 26

Michael Johnson A-10 paid on April 28
William Johnston A-10 note on Original he paid April 10

http://freepages.misc.rootsweb.com/~vataxlists/Franklin/178.../10.jp

RESEARCH NOTES: John Johnson Sr. and John Johnson Jr. off Lines of John Johnston and ? Holland:::per reseach of David Weaver on Rootsweb.com world connect. John Johnson b. 1764 Southampton CO.Va mar. Ann Eley. born 1763 in Southampton they moved to Ogelthorpe CO. Ga. died there in 1828.

Research Notes: Franklin was formed from Lands of Bedford and Henry Co. Va. in 1786.Named for Benjamin Franklin http://www.rootsweb.com/~vabedfor/bedf-pvb.htm

RESERCH NOTE: Goochland CO. deeds cover areas of Albemarle, Amherst, part of Appomattox, Bedford, Buckingham, Campbell, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Nelson and Powhatan: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vagoochl/

Charles City CO 1634- Prince George Co. 1703- Brunswick Co. 1732- Lunenburg Co. 1746- Bedford Co. 1754- A general guide lines:: going to Henry Co backwards

2004 Mill Creek is in Franklin Co. Va and Grayson County __ for Below Flat Creek and Nibbs Creek 1749-1756

1786 Sept 4 John Johnson mar Elizabeth Watson surety by Isaac Rentfro:::::::Note of Interest Rentfo and Renfro is one of my Surnames.:: Also

1786 Sept 13 Wm Johnson to Edith Wattson dau. of Alexander and Edith Watson

1789 April Johnson, David 4/1789 450 Campbell County, VA - Land Surveys

1789 Sept 7 Sarah Johnson to Geo Medley

1789 Will of Zachariah Moorman, 1787 - Campbell County, Virginia

Will Book No. 1, 1789, pp. 130-133.

In the name of God Amen.
I Zachariah Moorman of Campbell County & State of Virginia being sick & low, but of sound mind, & calling to mind the uncertainty of Life do make constitute and ordain this my last Will & Testament. In the first place I desire my first debt shall be paid out of my Estate.

Secondly, I lend to my well beloved Wife Elizabeth during her natural life or widdohood the plantation whereon I now live & stock of all kinds and household furniture except such as shall bee hereafter mentioned or given away to my Legates. Also one Negro man, named Pafsa(?) - One Negro woman Voilet - One woman named Sue, One Negro Boy named Frank, One Girl named Judy, One Boy named Will, the incres if there should be any I also lend her. It is my desire that my Children that are under age should live with my wife until they do arive to lawful age and be
maintained out of the above Estate.

I lend my Daughter Anna Candler one Negro Girl Jane & her increas during her natural life and at my Daughter Death I give the said Jane and her incres to my said Daughter Children.

I give my Daughter Molley Johnson one Negro Boy named Jcob to her & her heirs forever.

I give to my Daughter Mildred Johnson one Negro Boy Peter to her & her heirs forever.

I give to my Daughter Rachal Moorman one Negro Girl named Sal shee & her increse, forever.

I give my Daughter Agatha Johnson one Hors of Ten pounds price to her & her heirs forever.

I give my son Henry Moorman one hors & sadal that he has in persesion, one Cow & cal(f) & one bed & furnitur, one Negro Girl Diner she & her incres forever, & three hundred eighty three acres of land on the waters of Senecur (Seneca) the upper part of my land on the said Creek and joining Christopher Anthony to him & his heirs forever.

I give to my son Thomas Moorman one hors & Sadal. One Cow & calf. A bed & furniture. One negro Girl named Molley she & her incres & the remaining part three hundred & eighty three acres of Land which is the lower part of the above mentioned Land, to him & his heirs forever.

I give to my son Samuel Moorman one hors & sadal, a cow & calf, a Bed & furniture, one Negro Girl named Suse, she & her incres; and that part of the Land I now live on which lies on the south side of the big Branch which runs through the plantation & heads in the Chesnute Hollow with the improvements all above the said Branch, after my wifes Deathe or marrag, to him & his heirs forever.

I give to my son Zachariah Moorman one hors & sadal, one cow & calf, one bed & furniture, one Negro Girl named Anne she & her incres, & that part of the afors(aid) Land whereon I now live on the north side of the said, & all the improvements below after my wifes death or marrage to him & his heirs forever.

I give to my Daughter Lucey Moorman one hors & sadal, a cow & calf, a Bed & furniture, One Negro Girl named Milley she & her incres, to her & heirs forever.

If either of my Children should die before they marrey or come of age, it is my desire that the part of my Estate allotted them should be equally divided amongst the Survivers. It is also my Will desire that all my Estate which I have lent my wife except the Land shall be equally divided amongst my Children at her Death.

I also appoint Edmond Winston, my son Henry Moorman, Clark Terrell Moorman, Achilles Moorman & John Clark as Executors of this my last Will and Testament as witness my hand this first day of May One Thousand seven hundred & eighty seven.

Zachariah Moorman (seal)

Signed & sealed & deliverd in the presence of ...
John Caffery
John Clark
Edward Terrell
William Blossom

At a Court held for Campbell County July 2nd 1789 -
The within last Will & Testament of Zachariah Moorman died was proved by the oath of John Clark& by the solemn affirmation of Edward Terrell.

1790 Jan 30 Jacob Johnson to Nancy Hall surety by Wm. Johnson

1790 May 19 Wm. Johnson to Mary Maynor dau. of John surety by John Maynor

1795 John Johnson and Elizabeth Reeson

1795 Mar & May Johnson, John see Johnson, Thomas Campbell County, VA - Land Surveys Johnson, Thomas 5/1795 95 Notes state that Thomas Johnson was the son of John. Also mentioned are Campbell County, VA - Land Surveys Johnson, Thomas 3/1795 380 States he is the son of John Johnson at the mount of Cub Creek Campbell County, VA - Land Surveys

I took these from Anne Lowry Worrell, "Over the Mountain Men_Their Early Court Records in Southwest Virginia", originally published 1934, reprint by Genealogical Publ. Co. 1996, page 13.

Bill Hunt

INDEX TO WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS CAMPBELL COUNTY
1799 Johnson, David

1799 Nov 20: Franklin Co.: John Nossinger, 102 acres adjoining the lands of John Johnson: Source Land Office Grants # 41, 1798-1799, pg 618, on reel 107: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1801 Feb 12 John Johnson and Milly Green

1806 Will of Micajah Moorman, 1806 - Campbell County, Virginia

Will Book 2, pp. 297-299.

(MICAJAH MOORMAN 1735-1806)

I Micajah Moorman of the County of Campbell and State of Virginia being of sound mind and
memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament, and as touching my worldly estate
both real and personal I do hereby dispose of the same in manner and form as followeth to wit.

First, It is my desire that all my just debts be paid and out of my estate. I lend unto my
beloved wife the land or plantation whereon I now live with all my household goods plantation
utentials and stock of every kind, except as shall be hereafter excepted, during her natural
life.

Item. I give unto my son Thomas Moorman the land whereon he now lives lying on Mollys creek
below and adjoining the meeting path as has been already laid off with some furniture which he
has already received, also fifty acres of land to be purchased in the State of Ohio, to him and
his heirs forever.

Item. I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Johnson one tract of land on the waters of Mollys creek
which she has already received and conveyed, one horse & saddle and some furniture which she
has already received to her and her heirs forever.

Item. I give unto my daughter Rachel Johnson one tract of land lying on the waters of Mollys
creek which she has already recd and conveyed, one horse and saddle and furniture which she has
also recd to her and her heirs forever.

Item. I give unto my son Charles Moorman one hundred acres of land, part of a tract of three
hundred acres, which I purchased in the State of Ohio with horse and saddle and some furniture,
which horse furniture &c he has already recd to him and his heirs forever.

Item. I give unto four of my daughters to wit, Mildred Johnson, Rhoda Johnson, Susanna Johnson
and Doshea Stratton fifty acres of land each out of the remainder of the tract of three hundred
acres I have purchased in the State of Ohio, to be divided between them as convenient and as
equal in quality as it well can, with other things furniture &c which they have already
received, to them and their heirs forever.

Item. I give to my daughter Nancy Paxton one horse and saddle, a feather bed and some furniture,
all of which she had received before her decease and is all I intend as her portion.

Item. I give to my daughter Sarah Stratton fifty acres of land in the State of Ohio, to be
purchased for her where she may choose, out of my estate and one horse to her and her heirs
forever.

Item. I give unto my daughter Molly Moorman fifty acres of land in the State of Ohio, to be
purchased for her out of my estate where she may choose, and one horse to her and her heirs
forever.

It is further my particular will and desire that if my beloved wife Susanna Moorman should
choose to remove to the State of Ohio, that the lands whereon I now live, containing three
hundred and eight acres should be sold altogether and the money arising therefrom to be
appropriated as followeth to wit, Two thirds of which to be laid out in lands where she may
choose in the State of Ohio, and the remaining one third to be for her immediate use and
support, & to defray the expenses in removing, building and improving the lands purchased for
her in the said State of Ohio, and at her decease I give unto my grand daughter Doshee Paxton
fifty acres of said land with the improvements where my wife shall settle or reside, to her and
her heirs forever.

It is also my desire that the land my son Thomas agreed for in the State of Ohio containing two
hundred and twenty five acres and whereon he had built a house for me should be paid for out of
the money due me from George May, and the ballance of said money and all other moneys due to me
after my just debts are paid should remain in the hands of wife and for the purposes before
mentioned, and at her decease all the lands unappropriated and lent to my wife as afores'd and
household furniture and every other part of my estate not otherwise disposed of, it is my will
and desire it should be equally divided between all my children and grand daughter Doshee
Paxton in any manner they may choose.

Further it is my desire that until my wife and two daughters Sarah Stratton and Molly Moorman
see cause to remove to the State of Ohio, that my wife and Sarah Stratton should remain in the
occupancy of the lands on Mollys creek as they now do, and that my daughter Molly settle on
the plantation where my daughter Mildred formerly lived, or until the decease of my wife, then
to be sold and disposed of as above mentioned.

I do also appoint Achilles Moorman my son Thomas Moorman, with my wife Susanna Moorman my
executors to this my last will and testament and hereby revoking all other wills do hereunto
set my hand and affix my seal this 25th day of the eleventh month 1806.

Micajah Moorman (seal)

Teste
John Lynch
Wm. Davis
Jno. Lynch Jr.

At a Court held for Campbell County January 12th 1807.
The within last will and testament of Micajah Moorman deceased was exhibited in Court, and
proved by the solemn affirmation of John Lynch and William Davis two of the witnesses thereto
subscribed and ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of Susanna Moorman executrix and
Thomas Moorman one of the executors therein named who made oath thereto according to law;
certificate is granted them for obtaining probate thereof in due form giving security;
whereupon they together with William Davis and John Davis their securities entered into and
acknowledged their bond in the penalty of Two thousand dollars, conditioned as the law directs
for the said Executrix and executors due and faithful administration in the said decedents
estate and performance of his will. Liberty being reserved the other executor to join in the
probate thereof when he shall think fit.

Teste Ro. Alexander C.C.C.

1806 Dec 23 Silas Johnson mar Polly Woody surety by Marin Woody

1809 Oct 16 Nathan Johnson mar. Elizabeth Osborne sur. by John Osborne::: Note Osborne is another one of my Surnames.

1811 Dec 20 Samuel Johnson mar Matilda Brockman dau of Elizabeth Surety by John Dodd

1812 July 29 Marten Johnson mar. Doshie Griffith

1812 Dec 28 Silas Johnson mar Elizabeth Craig

1819 Feb 16 Presley Johnson mar Sally Bowles

1824 Feb 2 John Johnson and Nacy Cooper Sur. by Gideon Cooper

1825 Oct 3 Joseph Johnson and Sarah Hundley dau. of Nehemiah Surety by Robt. Hundley

1826 May 5: Death of Benjamin Johnson son of Daniel Johnson born 1737 and Hannah Edwards DNA off of Michael Johnson d. 1718 in Henrico Co. Va. per Patricia Johnson researcher: None of Benjamin and Pebe Merrimans Children would be on this tithe list.

1829: Death of John Johnson Jr. supposedly born 1734 Isle of Wright to John JOHNSTON and Elziabeth Carr. his son John Johnson born Mar 24 1764 in SOuthampton Co. Va. died Feb 14 in Oglethorpe Co. Ga: per research of David Weaver. NOte John Johnson age 16 would be on a tithable tax list by 1780 so above pd on June 26 1788 would be

1832 Sept 3 Geo. S. and Margaret Hunt surety by Owen HUnt

1837 Sept 24 Henry Johnson and Jane Wray surety Benjamin Wray

1841 Oct 19 Alexander Johnson married Nancy D. Brooks Surety by Isaac D. Brooks.

1843 Feb 15 Creek T. Johnson surety for Henry B and Harriet SHively daughter of David SUrety by Burwell SHively

1844 Sept 10 John W. Johnson and Mary E. Haybes dau. of Frnce: Surety by Peter F. Jefferson

1845 Will of Thomas Moorman, 1845 - Campbell County, Virginia

Will Book No. 11, pp. 84-86.

(THOMAS MOORMAN 1769-1853)

In the name of God, Amen: I Thomas Moorman of the County of Campbell, and State of Virginia,
being of sound mind and disposing memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament,
hereby revoking and annulling all other will or wills by me heretofore made.

In the first place: I direct that all my first debts be paid.

Item 2nd: I loan unto my wife Elizabeth C. Moorman, one half of the tract of land on which I
reside, lying and being in the County of Campbell situated on the West side of Candlers
Mountain and East side of the Turnpike road adjoining the lands of Richard Perkins and others, the said half of the tract to be held by my wife, and for her use during her natural life, and to include the Mansion house and other improvements appurtenant, and at her death to be disposed of as hereinafter directed. I also give unto my said wife, to be held by her during her life, one third part of my tract of land in said County, lying on both sides of Seneca Creek being the same land on which my two sons, Zachariah W. Moorman and James H. Moorman, now reside on, the said third part to comprehend the middle portion of said land, and at the death of my said wife, to be equally divided between my said sons, Zachariah W. Moorman and James H. Moorman. I also give unto my said wife for life, one third part of my tract of land in said County lying on Quarry Branch (sometimes called Yellow Branch) including three small tracts,
and bounded by the lands of William A. Clark and others, said last mentioned third part so given to my wife for life to embrace that portion of said tract, which adjoins the lands of John C. Moorman and others, and at her death, the same to be disposed of as hereinafter mentioned. I also give unto my said wife for life, to be subject however to the specific devises, legacies and bequests hereinafter mentioned, all my Negroes, horses, and other personal property of every kind and description to be held by her as aforesaid for life, and for her use, for the support of such of my children as may continue to live with her, and at her death to be equally divided among all my children.

Item 3rd: I have already given to my daughter Lucy C. Brown an equal portion of my estate, she is however to receive at the death of my said wife, an equal portion of her life estate in the personal property above bequeathed to her, to be held by the said Lucy and the heirs of her body forever, but in case she die, without such issue living at the time of her death, then thesame to be disposed of as hereinafter mentioned.

Item 4th: I give and devise unto my son Zachariah W. Moorman, one half of the above described tract of land on Seneca Creek to embrace the Southern portion of the same, adjoining the lands of Henry G. Moorman and others (subject however, to the life estate of my said wife, described, and to be disposed of at her death as above set forth) to him the said Zachariah and the issue of his body forever, but in case of his death without issue, then to be disposed of as hereinafter mentioned. Having given my said son Zachariah other property heretofore, I hereby confirm the same to him.

Item 5th: I give and devise to my son, James H. Moorman, the remaining half of said Seneca tract of land (subject to the life estate of my wife as aforesaid) to him the said James H. andthe heirs of his body forever, but in case the said James H. dies without issue living, the same to be disposed of in the manner hereinafter directed. Having given my said son James H. other property heretofore, I hereby confirm the same to him.

Item 6th: I give and devise unto my daughter Elizabeth T. Dews, one half of a square or piece of ground containing two acres or four lots, lying and being in the Corporation of Lynchburg, and on the Turnpike road leading from Poes Tan Yard, said half of said square piece of ground to embrace the Western portion thereof, to her the said Elizabeth, and the heirs of her body forever; but in case of her death without issue living, then the same to be disposed of in the manner hereinafter directed. And I also give unto the said Elizabeth the sum of five hundred dollars, or a negro of that value to make her proportion of the estate equal to what I have heretofore given to my daughter, Lucy C. Brown. Having given my said daughter Elizabeth other property heretofore, I hereby confirm the same to her.

Item 7th: I hereby give and devise unto my son, Thomas B. Moorman, the whole of my Quarry tract of land, embracing three several tracts as above described (subject to the life estate of my wife as aforementioned) to him the said Thomas B. and the heirs of his body forever; but in case the said Thomas B. dies without issue living, then the same to be disposed of as hereinafter directed. Having given my said son Thomas B. other property heretofore, I hereby confirm the same to him.

Item 8th: I give and devise unto my son, Micajah C. Moorman, one half of the tract of land on which I reside, to embrace the Northern portion of said tract adjoining the lands of Achilles D. Johnson and others. And I also give and devise unto my son Micajah C. Moorman, after the death of my said wife, the remaining half of said tract of land on which I now reside, including the Mansion house and other improvements appurtaincing to him the said Micajah and the heirs of his body forever, but in case the said Micajah dies without issue living, then the same to be disposed of in the manner hereinafter directed. I also give and bequeath unto my said son Micajah, two cows and calves, and one feather bed, stead and furniture. Having given my said son Micajah other property heretofore, I hereby confirm the same to him.

Item 9th: I give and devise unto my daughter Virginia J. Moorman after she shall attain the ageof twenty one years or marries, the remaining half of said square piece of ground or two acre lots, lying in the Corporation of Lynchburg and above described, to her the said Virginia and the heirs of her body forever, but in case the said Virginia dies without issue living, then the same to be disposed of in the manner hereinafter directed. I also give and bequeath unto my said daughter Virginia, two negroes of the value of Three hundred dollars each, also the sum offive hundred dollars or negroes of the value, to make her proportion equal to that of her other sisters. I give and bequeath to the said Virginia one horse, two cows and calves, and one feather bed, stead and furniture.

Item 10th: It is my will and desire that after the death of my said wife, in case there be any property in her hands not herein specifically devised and bequeathed, or which may hereafter accumulate in her hands, that the same be equally divided among all my children, to them, and their heirs forever.


Item 11th: In all cases wherein any of my said children shall die without issue living, then
and in that case it is my will and desire the property real and personal herein before
specifically devised and bequeathed to each of them respectively so dying without issue shall be equally divided among my surviving children to them and their heirs forever.

And Lastly: I appoint as my Executors and Executrix to this my last will and testament William A. Clark, Zachariah W. Moorman, James H. Moorman and Elizabeth C. Moorman, submitting to them the control of my estate, not doubting but that they will manage it in such way as will redoun(d) to the interest of the same, and carry into effect the purposes above declared and set forth. In testimony whereof I the said Thomas Moorman have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 27th day of December Eighteen Hundred and forty five.

Thos. Moorman (seal)

Teste
Breckenridge Cox
John Cox
Granville L. Moorman
Samuel Cox

In Campbell County Court. September 13th 1853
The foregoing last will and testament of Thomas Moorman deceased was produced in Court, proven by the oaths of Breckenridge Cox, Samuel Cox, and Granville L. Moorman witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded. And Wm. A. Clark, James H. Moorman, Zachariah W. Moorman and Elizabeth C. Moorman executors and executrix nominated in said will, having in open Court surrendered their right to qualify and consenting to the administration of Micajah C. Moorman.
On motion of the said Micajah C. Moorman who made oath, and together with Wm. A. Clark, Thomas B. Moorman, Zachariah W. Moorman, and James H. Moorman as his securities entered into and acknowledged an official bond in the penalty of $20,000 with the legal condition, administration is granted him with the will assessed in due form on the estate of said Testator.

Teste Geo. Wm. Dabney, Clerk

1850 Maury Co TN Deed Book Vol 2 Book E page 244

To all to whom these presents shall come we Benjamin Thurmond of Campbell
County, Virginia,
George Gardner of Nelson County, Virginia and Jordon
Thurmond of the County and State last above said send greetings. Whereas
Benjamin Johnson
of Maury County State of Tennessee the grandfather of the
said Benjamin Thurmond aforesaid and also the grandfather of the wives of the
said George Gardner and Jordon Thurmond before mentioned towit, Rebecca
Gardner and Sophia Thurmond departed this life leaving a will by which he
divided to the said parties before mentioned a portion of his estate. Now
know ye that we the said George Gardner, Jordan Thurmond and Benjamin Thurmond
of the County and State aforesaid reposing great confidence in Barrell Lee of
Campbell County Virginia have made constituted and appointed and by these
presents do make constitute and appoint the said Barrell Lee of the county
aforesaid our true and lawful attorney for us and in our names to ____ for ask
and demand recover and receive of and from the executor or executors of the
said Benjamin Johnson of the County of Maury and State of Tennessee all the
share of the estate of the said Benjamin Johnson both real and personal which
we are entitled to with in our own right or in the right of our wives or any
other person for in which he the death of the said Benjamin Johnson and his
will aforesaid ought of right to be long to us or either of us and upon
receipt thereof a quittances and other legal discharges for us and in our name
to give to the executors of the said Benjamin Johnson for what our said
attorney shall do or can do to be done in and about the premises. We do
hereby notify and confirm the same as fully to all intents and purposes as if
he were personally present and did the same. Witness our hands and seals this
9th day of September 1850.

Signed

Benjamin Thurmond (seal)
George X (his mark) Gardner (seal)
Jord Thurmond (seal)

The above power of attorney to the extent of Jordan Thurmond interest in the
same is for the benefit of William M. Thurmond. Given from under my hand and
seal this 9th day of September 1850 before the acknowledgement of the same
before the clerk.

Jordan Thurmond (seal)


 

1852 Sept 22 James M. Johnson and Harriet Cloughton surety by J.W. Lewis

1852 Wm. H Johnson marr. Mary Hale

1853 Oct 27 Nathaniel Johnson son of Elizabeth and Nathaniel mar Sarah E. CHitwood dau. of Jefferson and Lucy

1858 Oct 2 James M. Johnson and AMerica Stone

RESEARCH NOTE:: A congregation of Quakers formed on CHestnut Creek from 1771-1825 in what is now Carroll Co. Va.

RESEARCH NOTE: some of the above marriages:: Marriage bounds of Frankin Co. Va. 178-1858 by Marshall Wingfield pub. by Genealogical Publishing CO. Inc Baltimore MD in 1973

Carroll Co. Va was created 1842 from lands of Grayson Co. Va.