1815 Russell County Tax Assessments

Note: Words in square brackets [ ] were provided by the compiler, those in round brackets ( ) were alternate spellings in the document itself.
JAMES ABBOTT, one farm on Grassee [Grassy] Creek, 25 acres having thereon on dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $40.

RODDEN ADDERSON, one farm on Indian Creek, 80 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 21 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one kitchen, and one corn house, valued at $160.

DAVID ALEXANDER, one farm on Little Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 421 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, two stories, 26 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one kitchen, one corn house, one blacksmith's house, one spring house, three other small "cabbins," valued at $2105.

JOHN ALEXANDER, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 300 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 22 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn houses, one kitchen, valued at $1000; one male slave under 12 years valued at $150.

THOMAS ANDERSON, one farm on Grassy Creek, 20 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one loom house, valued at $50.

JOHN BALL, one farm on the Bigass Mountain, 43 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 15 feet square, valued at $50.

WILLIAM BANISTER, one farm on a branch of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 27 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, valued at $60.

JACOB BANNER (BENNER), one farm in Reeds Valley, adjoining the lands of Rich. Long and John Jessee, 230 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one story, 22 feet by 18 feet, the other 18 feet square, one barn of wood, one stable, corn house, one smoke house, one loom house, one spring house, valued at $460.

JOSEPH BARKER, one farm on the north side of Copper Creek, 19 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one stable, one corn house, valued at $50.

CHARLES BECKLEY (BICKLEY), one farm on the south side of Clinch River, 334 acres, one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet square, one kitchen, one loom house, one smoke house, two barns of wood, one spring house, one grist mill, two "cabbins;" one other tract of land on the north side of Clinch River, 140 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square valued at $1896; four slaves: 1 male between 12 and 50 "years, and 3 females under 12 years, valued at $500. On the back: "Note, the female slaves are all free at 21 years of age."

JESSEE BELCHER, one farm on Cedar Creek, 150 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, valued at $500.

RICHARD BENNET, one farm on the Crane Fork of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story high, 16 feet square, valued at $60.

DAVID BESIT, one farm on the waters of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 22 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one corn crib, valued at $40.

GEORGE BISHOP, one farm on the North Fork of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 227 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story, 22 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one loom house, valued at $120.

JACOB BLARE, one farm on Dums [Dumps] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 14 feet square, one stable, one corn crib, valued at $100.

DAVID BLACK, one Farm In the New Garden, 143 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 22 feet, one kitchen, one barn, one smoke house, one corn house, and two other small houses, valued at $400.

HENRY BOWEN, non resident, one tract, 9,700 acres valued at $500.

STEPHEN BOOTHE, one farm on Indian Creek, 335 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one story, each 16 feet square, two stables, one corn house, valued at $355.

JAMES BAYS, one farm in the Loop, 10 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, one loom house, one corn house, valued at $20.

JOHN BAYS, one farm on the waters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one s tory, 16 feet square, one stable, one corn house, $100.

SUSANNAH BAYS, one farm on the North Fork of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 225 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, one loom house, valued at $225.

JEREMIAH BOYS, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, one stable, one hatters shop, valued at $100.

SPENCER BREEDING, one farm on Clinch River, 482 acres having thereon four dwelling houses all of wood, one two stories, 26 feet by 20 feet, the other three all of one story, two of them 16 feet square, the other 20 feet by 16 feet, three barns of wood, one thrashing house, two stables, two corn houses, two kitchens, one loom house, valued at $1928.

ELIZABETH BROWN, one farm on the south side of the Clinch River adjoining David Dunken [Duncan], 130 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, both of one story, 21 feet by 17 feet, the other 15 feet square, One corn house, one smoke house, valued at $400.

FRANCIS BROWNING, one farm in the Elk Garden, 416 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 30 feet, two barns of wood, three stables, two corn houses, one kitchen, and one spring house, valued at $1300.

FRANCIS BROWNING, (separate ticket), one farm lying on the headwaters of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 240 acres having thereon one dwelling house with wood, one story, 22 feet by 18 feet, one stable, valued at $350.

JAMES BROWNING, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 227 1/2 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet square, two barns of wood, two stables, one corn house, one kitchen, one hay house, one spring house, valued at $1000.

JESSEE BROWNING, one farm in Elk Garden, 180 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet square, one barn, valued at $400.

WM. BROWNING, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 100 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet each, two stables, one corn house, a lomle [loom?] house, and one "oald" shop, valued at $500.

JOHN BRUMLEY, one farm in the New Garden, 96 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one corn house, one corn house (repeated), valued at $300.

THOMAS BUNDY, one lot on Main Street No. (blank), 56 poles in the Town of Dicksonville, having thereon one dwelling house, two stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, one straw house, two out lots containing five acres and 40 poles each, valued at $500.

TIMOTHY BURGIS, different. tracts of land within the upper district of the county, containing 1631 acres valued at $550.

FLEMON BURK, one farm in the Elk Garden, 360 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story and a half story, 22 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, three corn houses, one loom house, one smoke house, one spring house, valued at $1000.

JAMES BURK, one farm on the Rye Grass Mountain, 200 acres valued at $100.

JOHN BURK, one farm in Elk Garden, 274 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, three stables, one corn crib, one smoke house, one kitchen, valued at $700.

AUSTIN BUSH, one farm in Castels Woods [Castlewood], 400 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one corn crib, one kitchen, one meet [meat] house, one spring house, one lot in the Town of Dickensonville, valued at $800.

HENRY CAMPBELL, one farm on the waters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 205 acres havinp thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one kitchen, one corn house, and one spring house, valued at $500.

JOHN CAR, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasinj Creek, 63 acres having thereon one "cabing" house, 16 feet by 24 feet, one stable, one small lumber house, one spring house, valued at $200.

JAMES P. CARRELL, one farm on the northwest side of Mockerson [Moccasin] Ridge, adjoining the lands of Andrew Long and Thomas Gibson, 308 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, two barns of wood, four stables, one corn house, one smoke house, one kitchen, and one spring house, valued at $1000.

ABNER CARTY, one farm, 20 acres on the fork of Mols [Moll?] Run, a branch of Copper Creek, having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story, 18 feet by 14 feet, one stable, valued at. $25.

JACOB CASSLE [CASTLE, CASSEL], one farm on Coper [Copper] Creek, 170 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $425.

ABRAHAM CHILDERS, one farm on Clinch river, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, valued at $250.

WILLIAM CHILDS, one farm in the Glade Holler [Hollow], 75 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet square, one barn, one loom house, two corn houses, valued at $225.

KINSEY B. CISSLE [CECIL], one farm in the New Garden, 14 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one loom house, one corn crib, valued at $275.

NANCY CLIFT, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 60 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, one loom house, one corn house, one stable, valued at $120.

JOHN COLLEY, one farm in Reeds Valley, 125 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $375.

DAVID CONLEY, one farm on Maggason [Moccasin? Creek], 85 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one smoke house, valued at $85.

GEORGE COUNTS, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 250 acres having thereon three dwelling houses all of wood, all one story, one 18 feet by 16 feet, the other two 16 feet by 14 feet, one barn of wood, four stables, one corn house, one smoke house, one loom house, one spring house, valued at $250.

JOHN COUNTS, one farm on Clinch River, 175 acres having thereon one dwelling house, of wood, one story, 18 feet square, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn cribs, one kitchen, one smoke house, one still house, valued at $650; one female slave between the age of 12 and 50 years, valued at $300; total $950.

DAVID COWAN, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 160 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 17 feet by 15 feet, one stable, one loom house, one spring house, valued at $900.

CHARLES CRUMWELL, two farms in the Elk Gardain [Garden], 258 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, the one 21 feet by 17 feet, two stories, the other 21 by 17, two and a half stories; one kitchen, one smoke house., one stable, and small mill, valued at $700.

WILLIAM CUMBOW, one farm on the headwaters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 20 acres having thereon no improvements, valued at $20.

FRANCIS DAVIS, one farm on the waters of Indian Creek, 186 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 30 feet by 16 feet, one corn house and one old cabin, valued at $186.

ELISHA DEBUSK, one farm on the waters of Indian Creek, 154 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, one loom house, two stables, one corn.crib, valued at $200.

JAMES DICKENSON, SENR., one farm on Mockerson [Moccasion] Creek, 350 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, three stables, two corn cribs, one Ifitchen, one. smoke house, one loom [house], valued at $1500; four, slaves, 1 male and 2 females, between 12 and 50 years of age, 1 female over 50 years of age, valued at $800; total value $2300; on the back, "one slave exempted in consequence of age, female."

GEORGE DICKENSON, one farm on Copper Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 18 feet square, one kitchen, one stable, one corn house, valued at $400.

WM. DORHERTY (DOUGHERTY), four tracts of land, three on Big Seder (Cedar] Creek, and the other on Little Seder [Cedar] Creek, 311 acres having thereon three dwelling houses of wood, all one story, 18 feet by 15 feet, one grist mill, one stable, and three small "cabbins," valued at $311.

JOHN DORTON, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 250 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, one corn house, valued at $500.

JOSEPH DORTON, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 154 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, one corn house, valued at $462.

SAMUEL DUFF, one tract on Indian Creek, 654 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, one loom house, and one mill house, valued at $3000; 12 slaves, 1 male and 5 females between 12 and 50 years of age, and 3 males and 3 females under 12 years, valued at $2730; total value $5730.

DAVID DUNCAN, one farm on Clinch River, 30 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, valued at $30.

THOMAS EASTERLAN, one farm on Coper [Copper] Creek, 104 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one loom house, one stable, valued at $400.

JEREMIAH ELAM, one farm in Grassy Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one, Story, 12 feet square, one corn house, one spring house, valued at $40.

WALTERS, (WATTERS ?) ELAM, one farm on Grassy Creek, 42 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one corn house, one milk house, valued at $84.

NATHAN ELLINGTON'S ESTATE, and BERRY ROBINSON, two lots within the town of Dickensonville (size not known), having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 30 feet by 24 feet, two stories, one smoke house, two stables, valued at $300.

JAMES ELLIOT, one farm in Elk Garden, 197 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, 3 stables, one corn crib, one loom house, one smoke house, valued at $350.

JOHN ELLIOTT, one farm on Coper [Copper] Ridge, 40 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one stable, valued at $50.

BENJAMIN ESTILL, one farm on the headwaters of Big Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek on the north side of Clinch Mountain, near the Little Mockerson [Moccasion] Gap in said mountain adjoining the lands of Wrn. Gilmore, Oliver Hughes, and David Henson, 750 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 30 feet by 22 feet, two stories, one small kitchen, one old unroofed barn, one corn house, and some old cabins, valued at $3750.

ANDREW FERGUSON, one farm on the north side of Clinch Mountain, 126 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story and a half, 20 feet by 18 feet, one corn crib, one stable, valued at $252.

JOSEPH FIELDS, one farm on the waters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 150 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, two stables, one corn house, one kitchen, one loom house,valued at $500.

JOHN FIELD, one farm on Little Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 185 acres having thereon one dwelling house two stories, 18 feet by 16 feet, one loom house, and one stable, valued at $370.

SQUIRE FIELDS, one farm on the headwaters of Mockerson [Moccason] Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one corn crib, valued at $400.

GEORGE FINNEY, one farin in Reeds Valley, 127 acres having one dwelling house of wood, half story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one loom house, one corn house, one spring [house], valued at $780.

VILET FLANARY, one farm in Castels Woods [Castlewood], 95 acres having thereon one, dwelling house of wood, one story, 22 feet by 18 feeL, valued at $500.

JOHN FLETCHER, one farm in the New Garden, 105 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one mill house, valued at $420.

WILLIAM FLETCHER, one farm in the New Carden, 75 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $300.

PETER FOGLEMAN, one farm on Little Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 80 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 17 feet by 13 feet, and one mill house valued at $100.

CLOY (CLOEY) FRALEY, one farm in Castles Wood [Castlewood], 82 1/2 acres valued at $100.

FREDERICK FRALEY, (back of ticket says Fraley's estate), one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 594 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one of one story and a half, 26 feet by 20 feet, the other one story, 14 feet square, valued at $2970.

WILLIAM FRALEY, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 142 1/2 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, one loom house, one milk house, one corn house, valued at $500.

THOMAS FRANCIS, one farm on Dumps Creek, 145 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one loom house, one smoke house, valued at $500.

GEORGE FRANCISCO, one farm on Indian Creek, 380 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story and a half, 20 feet by 18 feet, one loom house, one kitchen, one corn crib, valued at $500.

BENJAMIN FUGATE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 14 feet, one kitchen, valued at $100.

BENJAMIN FUGITT [FUGATE], one farm in Castles Wood [Castlewood], 108 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, two stables, valued at $300.

COLBIRD and ROBERT FUGATE, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 147 1/2 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one out house, one corn house, one spring house, valued at $500.

JOHN FUGITT [FUGATE], one farm in Castles Wood [Castlewood], 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half story, 18 feet square, one kitchen, valued at $100.

MARTIN FUGATE, one farm on the head of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 50 acres having thereon One dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one stable, one corn house, one smoke house, valued at $300.

GEORGE FULLER, one farm on Big Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 177 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 21 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one kitchen, one smoke house, one corn house, one mill house, valued at $521.

JESSE FULLER, one farm on the north side of Clinch River, 60 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half story, 22 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, two corn houses, valued at $120.

STEPHEN FULLER, one farm on Thompsons Creek, 179 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story and a half, 22 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, one smoke house, three barns of wood, one stable, one corn house, one "blacksmyth's" shop, valued at $537.

WILLIAM GENT, one farm in Hyters Valley, 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 15 feet square, valued at $800.

JACKSON GIBSON, one farm on Thompsons Creek, 20 acres having thereon one dwelling hpuse of wood, one story, 16 feet square, valued at $50.

JAMES GIBSON, one farm in Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 250 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn houses, one kitchen, one loom house, one smoke house, valued at $500.

JOHN GIBSON, one farm in Reeds Valley, 170 acres having thereon one dwelling house, two stories, 22 feet by 20 feet, valued at $480.

SAMUEL GIBSON, one farm on Copper Creek, 284 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 24 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, three stables, two corn houses, one kitchen, and one smoke house, valued at $1000.

THOMAS GIBSON, one farm on Copper Creek, 123 acres having thereon one dwelling housc: of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one smoke house, one corn house, one spring house, valued at $500.

ELIJAH GILLENWATERS, one tract, 33 acres valued at $100.

HENRY GOODMAN, one farm on Mockerson (Moccasin] Creek, 139 112 acres having thercon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 24 feet by 18 feet, one corn house, one smoke house, one loom house, valued at $450.

CHRISTOPHER GOSE, two farms on the south side of Clinch, adjoining the lands of Stephen Gose and Berry (?) Robinson, 295 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 24 feet square, one barn of wood, two corn houses, one smoke house, one kitchen, one spring house, oil, still house, valued at $1000.

JOHN GREEN, one farm on Clinch River, 104 acres having thereon one dwelling house of' wood, one and a half stories, 19 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, one smoke house, and one kitchen, valued at $312.

JOHN GRIZZEL, one farm on Dums Creek, 9 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 21 feet by 17 feet, one stable, one loom house valued at $80.

NATHAN HAMBLETON, one farm on Molls Creek, 40 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 18 feet square, one stable, one loom house, one corn crib, valued at $100.

AMBROSE HAMMON, one farm on waters of Clinch River, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one barn of wood and one corn house valued at $300. Two slaves, 1 male and 1 female between 12 & 50 years, valued at $600. Total value $900.

JOHN HAMMON, one farm on Clinch River, 115 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, one loom house, one corn crib, valued at $300.

SAMUEL HARGAS, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, valued at $100.

JOHN HARGIS (HARGAS), one farm on the head of Becks Branch, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, valued at $100.

DANIEL HARTSOCK, one farm on Grassy Creek, 30 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $100.

JOHN HARTSOCK, one farm on Grassy Creek, 60 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, valued at $200.

JAMES HENDRIX,JNR., one farm on Little Ceder [Cedar], 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one kitchen, one spring house, valued at $300.

LARKIN HERNDON, one farm on Thompson Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, two barns of wood, one corn house, one kitchen, one smoke house, one spring house, one mill house, valued at $300.

CHARLES HICKS, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 30 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one kitchen, one smoke house, valued at $100.

JAMES HOBBS,JNR., one farm [no exact location], 127 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood [no dimensions], one loom house, one smoke house, one corn house, one still house, valued at $264.

JAMES HOBBS, one farm, 230 acres having thereon one dwelling house, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn houses, one smoke house, valued at $230.

ROBERT HOBBS, one farm on Cars Creek, 55 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood. one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $55.

JOHN HOLBROOK,one farm on Clinch River, 90 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet. one barn of wood, one corn crib, valued at $400.

JACOB HONAKER, one farm on Clinch River, 70 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one loom house, one corn house, valued at $200.

MARTIN HONAKER, two farms on Lewises Creek, 247 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one two story, 24 feet by 18 feet, the other one story, 16 feet square, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one loorn house, one spring house, and one mill house, valued at $1235; one other farm, 52 acres valued at $104; total $1339.

NICHOLAS HONAKER, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 290 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 26 feet by 19 feet, one barn of wood, three stables, one corn crib, one smoke house, one kitchen, valued at $1000.

PLEASANT HORN, one farm in the lower end of Cassells Woods [ Castlewood], 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, two stables, one corn house, valued at $500.

JOHN HORTON, JNR., one farm on Indian Creek, 175 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one kitchen, one corn house, valued at $350.

JOHN HORTON, SN., one farm on Indian Creek, 1604 acres three dwelling houses of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, two barns of wood, three stables, three corn houses, one loom house, valued at $300.

LEWIS HORTON, one farm on the south side of Stony Mountain, 112 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 32 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one corn house, one corn house, one Spring house valued at $336 acres.

MARY HORTON, one farm in the Rich Lands, 260 acres valued at $40.

WILLIAM HORTON, one farm in the Elk Garden, 88 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 fuct, one barn of wood, one stable, two corn housus, one loom house, valued at $250.

LARKIN HOWARD, one farm on Clinch River, 184 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story and a half, 20 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, one loom house, valued at $500.

GEORGE HUBBESLAN [HUBBLERLAN ?], one farm on the waters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 400 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, one loom house, one smoke house, one spring house; one tract adjoining the lands of Wm. Gilmore, 118 acres having thereon one small "cabbin" and one barn, valued at $518.

THOMAS HUNT, three farms, one in the New Garden, 280 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 29 feet by 19 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one loom house, one corn house; two in Elk Garden, 250 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 36 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one smoke house, one spring house, valued at $1590; N.B. 425 acres in the New Garden and Elk Garden having thereon no improvements valued at $275; total $1865.

GARLAND HURT, one farm on Clinch River, 18 acres valued at $50.

HENRY HUSK, one farm on Clinch River, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 23 feet by 16 feet, valued at $300.

ELY JACKSON, one farm on the north side of Clinch Mountain, 170 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, valued at $125.

RICHARD JACKSON, one farm in the New Garden, 98 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 13 feet square, two stables; one other farm in the Mountain Settlement, 125 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, valued at $500.

SIMEON JACKSON, one farm in the Elk Garden, 215 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 30 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one spring house valued at $550; N.B., 280 acres having no improvments, valued at $100.

THOMAS JAMES [JONES, JANES ?] ESTATE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 70 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 18 feet square, one barn, one stable, one corri crib, valued at $100.

WILLIAM JAMES, one farm on the waters of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 260 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 21 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $500.

ARCHER JESSEE, two farms on the south side of the Clinch River adjoining the land of John Jesse, Jnr. and Harry Smyth, 285 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one 22 feet by 18 feet, one story; the other one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, three barns of wood, two stables, three corn houses, one smoke house, two kitchens, valued at $855.

DAVID JESSEE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 172 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, valued at $600.

JAMES JESSEE, one farm on the north side of Clinch River, 109 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 21 feet by 17 feet, one stable, one corn house, valued at $109.

JOHN JESSEE, JNR., one farm in Reeds Valley, adjoining Jacob Banner and Archer Jessee, 235 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood of two stories, 21 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, two corn houses, one loom house, valued at $705.

WM. JESSEE, one farm in Reeds Valley, adjoining John Jessee, Senr. 150 acres having thereon one farm dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one smoke house, valued at $300.

JOHN JONES, one farm on Clinch River, 87 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one loom house, one smoke house, one corn house, valued at $260.

BENJAMIN JOHNSTON, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 250 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one kitchen, one loom house, one smoke house, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn houses, one currying shop, one bark mill, valued at $750.

GEORGE JOHNSTON, one farm in Elk Garden, 225 acres valued at $450.

JOHN JOHNSTON, one farm in the New Garden, 170 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 24 feet by 18 feet , and two other cabins of wood, , one thrashing house, two stables, two corn house, one loom house, valuod at $500.

RICHARD JOHNSTON, one farm on the head of Moggason [Moccasin] Creek, 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 20 feet, one barn of' wood, two stables, two corn houses, one kitchen, valuod at $600.

WILLIAM JOHNSTON, one farm in the Elk Garden, 310 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 17 feet square, one corn house, one smoke house, valued at $600.

WILLIAM JOHNSTON (separate ticket), one farm on Molls Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one loom house, two stables, one corn house, valued at $200.

IZAREL KEEN, one farm on the North Fork of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 96 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet square, one loom house, valued at $190.

JOHN KEEN, one farm on the Rye Grass Mountain, 300 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 18 feet square, one barn of wood, one kitchen, one smoke house, valued at $200.

WILLIAM KELLEY, one farm on Clinch River, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet square, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, valued at $300.

JACOB KINDER, one farm on the waters of Dumps Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one corn house, loom house, one smoke house, valued at $300.

GEORGE KINDRICK, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 250 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one two story, 18 feet by 14 feet; the other, one story, 16 feet square, two stables, one straw house, valued at $750.

MICHAEL KINSTER [KINZER ?], one farm in the Glade Hollow, 210 acres valued at $200.

WALTER KINSTER [KINZER ?], one farm in the Glade Hollow, 140 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, valued at $420.

ABENNEGO (ABEDNEGO) KISER'S EST., one farm on Clinch River, 90 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, valued at $200.

JOHN KISER, one farm on Clinch River, 40 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 14 feet by 12 feet, valued at $130.

EPHRAIM KIZER, one farm on the south side of Clinch River, 40 acres valued at $200.

JOSEPH KIZER (KISER), one farm on Clinch River, 42 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $250.

NIMROD KIZER, one farm on the south side of Clinch River, 40 acres valued at $200.

JACOB LAMBERT, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 270 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet square, one stable, one corn house, valued at $1080.

PETER LAMBERT, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 280 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 14 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one loom house, one spring house, one corn house, valued at $840.

WILLIAM LASWELL, one farm at the headwaters of Moggason [Moccasin] Creek, 80 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $160.

EPHRAIM LEA, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper) Creek, 96 acres valued at $100.

JOSEPH LEA, one farm on Weavers [Creek?], 100 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one two story. the other one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, the other 16 feet square, one barn of wood, one stable, two corn houses, valued at $200.

SOLOMON LITTEN, one farm in the Elk Carden, 140 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one smoke house, one kitchen, valued at $750.

SARAH LITTLE, one farm on Clinch Mountain, 100 acres valued at $100.

WILLIAM LOCKERT, one farm in the New Garden, 140 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one kitchen, one loom house, one spring house, valued at $560.

ANDREW LONG, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 66 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two story, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one loom house, one smoke house, valued at $264; one other farm on the waters of Moggason [Moccasin] Creek, 130 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, one corn house, valued $130; total $394.

DAVID MAHAN (?), one farm on Moggason [Moccasin] Creek, 95 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $450.

HENRY MAHAN, one farm on Moggason [Moccasin] Creek, 75 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one smoke house, one stable, one barn house, valued at $450.

JAMES MARSHALL, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 40 acres valued at $150.

JOHN MARSHAL (MARSHALL), one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 95 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, one corn Crib, one hitchen, one smoke house, valued at $400.

ANDREW MARTIN, one farm in the Elk Garden, 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one thrashing house, three stables, one corn house, one kitchen, one loom house, one spring house; one other farm on the head of Ceder [Cedarl Creek, 90 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 14 feet, one stable, valued at $800.

HENRY MEADE, one farm on Copper Creek, 140 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 1 1/2 stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, two stables, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $400.

ENOCHE MOORE, one farm in the head of Sinkin [Sinking] Creek, 168 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 foot, by 20 feet, one barn of wood. one corn crib, one smoke house, valued at $400.

JACOB MUNGLE, of Washington County, one farm on the waters of Little Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one coopering shop, valued at $400.

WILLIAM MUNK, one farm on the waters of Big Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 158 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one kitchen, one smoke house, one corn house, valued at $300. On the back: "a direct list of William Monk's property."

DAVID MUNSEY (MUNCY), one farm, 291 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one story and a half, 26 feet by 18 feet, 20 feet by 16 feet, two barns, one kitchen, one corn house, one stable, one shoemaker's shop, valued at $600.

JEREMIAH MUNSEY (MUNCY), one farm on the waters of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 107 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 26 feet by 18 feet, two stables, three "oald" houses, one smoke house, valued at $598.

GEORGE MUTTER, one farm in the Elk Garden, 243 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one smoke house of wood, one kitchen, two stables, one corn house, valued at (none stated).

RACHEL McCOY AND OTHERS, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 112 acres valued at $500.

ROBERT McCOY'S ESTATE, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 260 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one story, 8 feet square, one barn of wood, one stable, valued at $1100.

CHRISTOPHER McFARLANE, one farm on the waters of Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 30 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $125.

ELY McGLOLIN (McGLOTHLIN?), one farm on Beck (?) Branch, 97 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one mill house, valued at $300.

JOHN McGRAW, one farm in Elk Garden, 98 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one smoke house, one stable, one corn house, valued at $100.

DANIEL McKINNEY, one farm on Molls Creek, 94 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one stable, one corn house, valued at $200.

JAMES McKINNEY, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 150 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn crib, one kitchen, valued at $900.

JOSEPH McRUNNELS (McREYNOLDS), one farm in Reeds Valley, 130 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story, 17 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one smoke house, one spring house, valued at $390.

NANCY McRUNNELS, one farm in the Elk Garden, 325 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 26 feet by 22 feet, one barn of wood, one corn house, one smoke house, valued at $1300.

WILLIAM NECESSARY, one farm on Cars Creek, 210 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one is one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, the other, one and a half stories, 21 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, one smoke house, valued at $210.

DAVID OSBORN, one farm on Clinch River, 196 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 32 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one smoke house, one milk house, valued at $800.

JOSHUA PENISE (PENIX), one farm on Copper Creek, 145 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 17 feet square, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one corn house (repeated), valued at $300.

WILLIAM PERRY, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 154 acres valued at $200.

CIRUS PHILIP (PHILLIPPS), one tract, 4000 acres valued at $333. (note on the back of the ticket: "not entered on the non-resident book").

GEORGE POWERS, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 113 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, both of one story, one 17 feet square, the other 16 feet square, one barn of wood, one loom house, one spring house, valued at $300.

OLIVER POWERS, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 18 feet square, one barn of wood, one corn crib, valued at $200.

PETER POWERS, one farm on Clinch River, 100 acres one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, two stables, one corn house, one spring house, one blacksmith shop, valued at $400.

JOHN PRESTON, different tracts of land containing 830 acres valued at $800, no locations given.

ROBERT PRESTON, different tracts of land containing 3779 acres valued at $630, no locatons given..

WALTER PRESTON, two tracts containing 1092 acres valued at $500, no locations given; "not entered in the non resident book."

ANJER PRICE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half story, 22 feet by 18 feet, valued at $300.

DANIEL PRICE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 120 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn crib, one kitchen, valued at $500.

MAGGY PRICE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 140 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one stable, one corn crib, valued at $500.

REUBEN PRICE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 75 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one smoke house, one corn house, valued at $200.

RICHARD PRICE, one farm in the Loop, 150 acres having thereon two dwelling houses each one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, valued at $150.

THOMAS PRICE, EST., one farm in Elk Garden, 164 acres valued at $300.

WILLIAM PRICHET, one tract of land, 30 acres valued at $25; "not entered in the non resident book."

GEORGE PUCKET, two farms, one on Clinch River, the other in the Glade Hollow, 240 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, two corn houses, one loom house, and one smoke house, valued at $500.

JAMES RAMEY, one farm on Grassy Creek and both sides of Coper [Copper] Creek, 60 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 25 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, one corn house, one shop, valued at $200.

JOEL RAMSEY, one farm on the Chesnut [Chestnut] Ridge, 140 acres valued at $200.

JOHN RAMSEY, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, valued at $400.

JACOB RARSNAKE, SENR., one farm in the Glade Hollow, 54 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 25 feet by 19 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn house, one smoke house, one corn house (repeated), one spring house, and one still house, valued at $800.

JOHN RARSNAKE, one farm on Copper Ridge, 57 acres, valued at $50.

ALLEN RILEY, one farm on Moggason [Moccasin?] Creek, 130 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 15 feet, one stable, one corn house, valued at $800.

GEORGE ROBINSON, SNR. , one farm on the waters of Clinch River, 110 acres having thereon one dwelling house, one story, 22 feet square, one barn of wood, two stables, one loom house, one smoke house, one corn house, one spring house, one blacksmyth's shop, valued at $500.

GEORGE ROBINSON, one farm in the Glade Hollow, 99 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one spring house, corn house, valued at $297.

JAMES ROBINSON'S ESTATE, one, farm on Clinch River, 82 acres valued at $100.

SAMUEL ROBINSON, SENR., one farm in the Elk Garden, 177 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 30 feet by 18 feet, one smoke house, valued at $600; two slaves: one male and one female between the ages of 12 and 50 years, valued at $600; total $1200.

WILLIAM ROMANS' ESTATE, one farm in the New Garden, 220 acres valued at $600.

WILLIAM ROMINE, one farm on Indian Creek, 350 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, two stories, 18 feet by 16 feet, one loom house, one corn house, valued at $300.

ISAIAH SALYERS, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 50 acres valued at $100.

JONATHAN SALYERS, one farm on Molls Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 19 feet, valued at $200.

JEREMIAH SCAGGS, ESTATE, one farm on Indian Creek, 48 acres valued at $100.

ZACHARIAH SCAGGS, one farm on Indian Creek, 242 acres valued at $500.

JOHN SCOTT, one farm an the waters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 300 acres having thereon two dwelling houses of wood, one story, 18 feet by 17 feet , two barns of wood, one stable, one kitchen, one corn house, one smoke house, one "blacksmyth's" shop, valued at $600.

JAMES SERGENT, four slaves: one male between 12 and 50 years of age; two females between 12 and 50 years, and one under 12, all valued at $1050.

WILLIAM SERGENT, one farm on Indian Creek, 160 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one stable, one loom house, and one mill house, valued at $480.

BENJAMIN SEWEL, one farm in the Elk Garden, 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, two corn houses, one kitchen, valued at $600; three slaves: 2 males under 12 years of age, and one female between 12 and 50 years; total $1000.

JAMES SHOMAKER, JNR. one farm in the Corner, 96 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet by 13 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, two corn cribs, one corn house, valued at $300.

JAMES SHOMAKER, SENR., one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 611 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a a half stories, 44 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn cribs, one corn house, one kitchen, valued at $1500; thirteen slaves: I male and 6 fema.les between 12 and 50 years; 3 males and 3 females under 12 years, valued at $3050.

PETER SKENE (SKEAN), one female slave, between 12 and 50 years of age, valued at $300.

PEGGY SMITH, one farm, 385 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet square, one barn, valued at $1155.

EDWARD SMOOT, one farm on Clinch River, 80 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet square, one barn of wood, one corn house, valued at $400; one male slave between 12 and 50 years of age, valued at $300; total $700.

AMOS SMYTH, one farm on the waters of Coper [copper] Creek, 120 acres having thereon one dwelling of wood, one story, 14 feet Square, one loom house, one corn house, one other "cabbin," one other tract of land on Grassy Creek, 30 acres valued at $150.

EDMOND SMYTH, one farm in Castles Woods [Castlewood], 125 acres valued at $400.

HENRY SMYTH, one farm in the New Garden, 260 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, valued at $300.

JAMES SMYTH, one farm in the Sink Hole Valley, 117 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one corn crib, one smoke house, valued at $300.

JOHN SMYTH, JNR., two farms in Cassells Woods [Castlewood], 450 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, three stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn crib, valued at $2250.

MARY SMYTH, one farm in the New Garden, 80 acres valued at $100.

JAMES SOTHERLAND, one farm on Dumps Creek, 40 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one corn house, valued at $240.

BARNET STEP, one farm on Grassy Creek, 17 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 14 feet square, one stable, valued at $15.

MOSES STEP, one farm on grassy Creek, 133 112 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 18 feet by 16 feet, one kitchen, one barn, one stable, valued at $250.

JOHN STINSON, one farm in the New Garden, 150 acres having thereon one dwelling house, two stories, 24 feet by 20 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one kitchen, one spring house, valued at $600.

ROBERT STINSON, one farm in Reed Valley, 50 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one stable, one loom house, one corn house, one spring house, valued at $200.

WILLIAM STONE, one farm on Clinch River, 90 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 21 feet by 17 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, and one smoke house, valued at $200.

JOHN SUMMERS, one farm on the south side of Coper [Copper] Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling "cabbin," one barn, two "out huts," valued at $200.

MICHAEL SWORD, one farm on the north side of the Little Rye Grass Mountain, 150 acres having thereon one dwelling, one story, 21 feet by 17 feet, one barn, one stable, one corn house, one loom house, valued at $300.

JOHN SYKES, SNR., one farm on the Clinch River, 18 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, one smoke house, valued at $100.

ISAAC TATE, one farm on Mockerson [Moccasin] Creek, 25 acres having thereon one barn of wood, valued at $50.

JOHN TATE, one farm on Moggason [Moccasin] Creek, 245 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story and a half, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, three stables, three corn houses, one smoke house, one loom house, one kitchen, one milk house, valued at $1000.

JOSEPH TATE, one farm on Moggason Creek, 176 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories high, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, one loom house, one, smoke house, one still house, valued at $1000.

JAMES TAYLOR, different tracts of land containing 6505 acres valued at $655, no location given.

SAMUEL TAYLOR, SNR., one farm on Clinch, 103 acres valued at $200.

SAMUEL TAYLOR, one farm on the north side of Rye Grass Mountain, 85 aces, having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one 6 Lory , 16 feet square, one stable, one spring house, valued at $100.

WILLIAM THOMAS, one farm on Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 66 acres having thereon one. dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one smoke house, one kitchen, one stable, une corn crib, valued at $200.

RICHARD THOMPSON, JR., one farm in Reeds Valley, 125 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one loom house, valued at $375.

JAMES THOMPSON, one farm in the New Garden, 65 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet square, three stables, one corn house, one smoke house, valued at $100; one male slave under 12 years of age, valued at $200; total. $300.

WILLIAM TILLER, one farm on Clinch river, 40 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 14 feet square., valued at $40.

JAMES TODD, one farm on the waters of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 70 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one stable, valued at $140.

CATY TROUT, one farm on the headwaters of Little Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 150 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 15 feet square, valued at $150.

GEORGE VAUGHT, one farm in thn Glade Hollow, 141 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, IS feet by 16 fent, one kitchen, one smoke house, one barn, one st~iblc, one. corn house, valued at $400.

JESSEE VERMILLION, one farm In the Elk Garden, 300 acres having thereon one dwelling, house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, two corn houses, one kitchen, one loom house, valued at $1000.

WILSON VERMILLION, one farm in the Elk Garden, 220 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, one corn crib, one smoke house, one kitchen, one corn hoiise, one milk house, one other tract on Ceder [Cedarj Creek, 115 acres valued at $800.

JAMES VICKERS, one farm on Grassy Creek, 112 acres having thereon one dwnlling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one spring house, valued at $100.

ROBERT VICKERS, one farm on the waters of Coper [Copper] Creek, 200 acres having thereon one dwelling house, two stories, 20 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, two stables, two corn houses, one loom house, one smoke house, valued at $600.

PAUL VICKERS, one tract of land on Molls Creek, 14 acres valued at $14.

JOHN WALLICE (WALLACE), JNR., one farm in the New Garden, 111 acres having thoreon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one, stable, one spring house, one kitchen, one corn house, valued at $222.

JAMES WALLIS (WALLACE), one farm in the New Garden, 72 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 19 feet, by 16 feet, one stable, one loom house of wood, valued at $72.

JOHN WALLIS (WALLACE) SENIOR, , one farm in the New Garden, 118 and a half acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, 2 stables, one loom house, one spring house of wood, hen house and school house of wood, valued at $200.

WILLIAM WALTERS (WATTERS?), one farm on Clinch River, 58 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, one loom house, one spring house, valued at $232.

ELIJA WEBB, one farm, 200 acres (no location), valued at $200.

HARRY WEBB, one farm on Priest Mountain, 100 acres valued at $100.

JOSEPH WEBB, one farm on Priest Mountain, 150 acres valued at $150.

RICHARD WEBB, one farm in Elk Garden, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, valued at $100.

JACOB WEDINGTON, one farm on Thompsons Creek, 155 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one and a half stories, 22 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, three stables, one corn house, one kitchen, one spring house, valued at $500.

STEPHEN WHELAN, one farm on the north side of Clinch River, 323 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 24 feet by 18 feet, valued at $1500.

MARK WHITAKER'S ESTATE, one farm on Clinch River, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one loom house, one kitchen, valued at $500.

EDWARD WHITT, one farm on the waters of Indian Creek, 48 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story 16 feet, one barn of wood, one kitchen, one corn house, valued at $170 ($70).

JACOB WHITELEY, one farm on Copper Ridge, 165 acres having thereon one dwelling house one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, corn crib, valued at $330.

JOHN WHITLOCK, one tract of land in Highters [Hayters] Valley, 75 acres having thereon one small cabin, valued at $75.

NANCY WILBORN, one farin on Castles Wood [Castlewood], 5 1/2 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 16 feet square, valued at $20.

HENRY WILLIAMS, one farm on the branches of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 100 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 20 feet by 18 feet, one loom house, two stables, one kitchen, valued at $100.

SAMUEL WILLIAMS, one farm on Little Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 70 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 20 feet by 18 feet, one loom house, one smoke house, two stables, one corn house, valued at $210.

JOHN WILLSON, one farm, 210 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two stories, 24 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one kitchen, one, corn house, one still house, valued at $840. N.B., one other tract of land, 100 acres valued at $150, total $990.

RICHARD WILLSON, one farm in the New Garden, 80 acres having thereon one small. "cabbin of wood,", one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, valued at $200.

GEORGE WISOR, one farm in New Garden, 152 acres having thereon one dwelling house of wood, one story, 18 feet by 16 feet, one barn of wood, one stable, one corn house, one kitchen, valued at $100.

WILLIAM WRIGHT, one farm on a fork of Ceder [Cedar] Creek, 100 acres valued at $100.



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