Spotsylvania Co., Virginia, Queries
Looking for info on family line of Col. James BALLARD b 1763 (Spotsylvania,
VA) m Amy LEMAN b 1765 or their son, Col. Willis L. Ballard b 1794. Thanks.
DiAnne Cooley Nobles (firstname.lastname@example.org)
01 September 2002
I'm looking for the parents of Anna Ruth WHARTON b: 16 JAN 1883 in
Spotsylvania, County, VA, d. 19 Jul. 1960 in Fredericksburg, VA m. Frank Nelson ENGLISH b: 15 OCT
Geri Brown (email@example.com)
15 August 2002
I am a descendant of the union of Michael ROBINSON, b. Jan 1,1786 in Spotsylvania Co, VA, and
Mary MAGEE, b.
June 22, 1785 in Spotsylvania Co, VA. She was the daughter of Thomas and Mary (ROBINSON) MAGEE.
mother (Mary ROBINSON) was a sister to Michael's father, Michael ROBINSON, Jr., thus making this
Mary cousins. Confusing - especially since the names of man and wife for three consecutive
generations were the same.
Michael ROBINSON may have married second wife on Apr 3, 1838 - Mary PHILLIPS, b. Feb 22, 1808 in
I have no other information re Mary PHILLIPS except a grave marker in Mt. Zion Church
cemetery, near Hallsville
and Murry in Boone Co, MO., for "Mary O Robinson, wife of M. Robinson, who died 10/20/1878 at the
age of 70 years,
7 months, 28 days". Please contact me if you have info or know of resources to prove (or
disprove) this relationship and
their children's names. Thank you for your help.
Myra Berry Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
14 August 2002
Seeking info on William A. WHITE (d.1877) from Spotsylvania. Married Harriet [last name unknown];
children William F., Benjamin, Virginia, Margaret, 3 others. He is my great-great-grandfather and
our information for the WHTIE line stops with him.
Linda White Besink (Lbesink@nnjm-chc.org)
07 August 2002
i am looking for information on george or chirstopher moyer who patented land in saint george's
spotsylvania county virginia in 1726. anything you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
i am new at this and really don't know where to get started. this information that i have was
passed on to me by my
aunt. thank you.
donna brady (email@example.com)
02 August 2002
HAYDEN / HAYDON who lived in Spotsylvania, Virginia area.
Richard Wayne Fraser Family tree line on my mother's side the Hayden/Haydons.
I am new at genealogy research, and I'm looking for my ancestors the Haydens/Haydons.
If you recognize any for the names and you have information please contact me.
Richard Wayne Fraser (b24 May 1945 d) & Jacqueline Lee Roller (b7 Feb 1949 d)
Lillian Mary Lena Hayden (b9 Jul 1909 d 24 Apr 1984) & William Plumlee Fraser (b26 Jan 1908
Nellie Thomas Bly Hayden (b1884 d1912) & John Daugherty Hayden and John's dad was George Hayden
The following HAYDEN/HAYDONS was from Nellie's mother's side
Thomas Jefferson Hayden (b11 Dec 1843 d 21 Nov 1907) & Elizabeth Mary Tyler (b ca 1846 & ca
John Gore Hayden/Haydon (b 5 Dec 1804 d ca 1885) & American Vinegard (b ca1806 d unk)
James Hayden/Haydon (b 25 Dec 1763 d 13 Apr 1840 & Susanna Gore (b ca 1765 d unk)
William Hayden/Haydon (b ca 1740 d 1 Dec 1819) & Nancy Ann Ballard (b ca 1745 d unk)
Thomas Hayden/Haydon Jr. (b ca 1698 d 27 Jun 1782) & Ann Kirk (b ca 1700 d unk)
Thomas Hayden/Haydon Sr. (b ca 1640 d ca 1720 to 30) & Ann Lewis (b ca 1645 d unk)
2nd wife-Ann Denny (b ca 1687 d unk) (Married Ann Denny ca 1717)
If you recognize any for the names and you have information please contact me. THANKS!
Richard W. Fraser (firstname.lastname@example.org)
29 July 2002
I am looking for information about an Ira CANNON, who was born in 1819, he
was married to Elizabeth JOHNSON.
I am looking for the location of old ACORS Cemetery.
It is suppose to be located in Spotsylvania County around Massaponax Church
I am trying to find either Salem Farm or Road Island Farm. They are both
located in Spotsylvania County.
Thanking you in advance for any help
29 July 2002
My mother is Alice May BUTLER, nee JONES. She was born in Spotsylvania in 1918 to Calvin & Mattie
I am trying to get information on other relatives from the following families: KLOR (not sure of
Kim Butler (email@example.com)
28 July 2002
Researching Daniel CRUMP, a witness to a deed dated 7 Aug. 1739
for land in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia,
involving John TALIAFERRO, John WALLER, Henry WILLIS and Lawrence
WASHINGTON. Was Daniel CRUMP also known as Daniel CRUME? See
"Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800, Volume
I," edited by William Armstrong Crozier.
Rick Crume (firstname.lastname@example.org)
23 July 2002
Trying to start a new MARTIN DNA Surname Project – any male with the last name of MARTIN can
or the father, brother or cousin of a female researcher could take the test. We hope to prove our
line, find new cousins,
and maybe even eventually prove the country / countries our MARTIN’s came from this way.
Any participant just needs to be a male with the MARTIN surname and willing to share their family
test results with us. Read more about our project at
this site will grow and evolve as this project progresses! If you would like to talk with me
privately about this,
e-mail me at email@example.com. Thank you!
My husband’s line:
Henry MARTIN (ca 1680 - 1748) and w. Jane ____ - Spotsylvania Co., VA
Benjamin MARTIN and w. Elizabeth ____ - Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, VA
Benjamin MARTIN and w. Sarah BAKER – Jessamine Co., KY
Abner MARTIN and w. Nancy GORDON – Hopkins and Henderson Counties, KY and Lafayette Co., MO
Larkin MARTIN and w. Thurza N. BAKER – Greene Co., MO
James D. MARTIN and w. Eliz. F. TOWNLIN – Douglas Co., MO
John Isaac MARTIN and w. Mary R. TATUM – Pittsburg Co., OK
Roy Lee MARTIN and w. Raby GOODMAN – Pittsburg Co., OK
James I. MARTIN and w. Wilma DOUGLAS – Potter Co., TX
James “Roger” MARTIN – my husband
Kay Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
23 July 2002
My family owned land in the Antioch area of Hampshire County. I am trying to find that illusive
link. My great ,
great, great grandfather was Benjamin GRAYSON. His father was Thomazen
Grayson born 1788. I am trying to find out what exact area Spotsylvania
County covered as far as the now Hampshire county. Do you know what part of
that area was owned by my family. I have visited the Benjamin Grayson farm
recently and the graveyard.
Any information you might supply would be greatly appreciated.
Linda (Grayson) Lollis (LollisLpl49@aol.com)
18 July 2002
I am looking for information on a land transaction in Spotsylvania county
(1790) between John DUNN Sr. and his grandson Godfrey Booker DUNN Sr. There
might also be a mention of Godfrey's father, John DUNN Jr. who might have
also lived in Spotsylvania county.
Godfrey Booker DUNN married Mary MORRIS on March 2, 1802 in Spotsylvania
County. She was born in 1774 in Spotsylvania to Moses MORRIS and Sarah LUCK.
Any information on her would also help. Thanks!
Crystal Dunn (email@example.com)
18 July 2002
i belive im a direct decedent of william paul john paul jones brother.william
paul of spotsylvania co va had children who supposably moved from
spotsylvania to grayson co va does any one have any info on these children of
william ?i found a piece in the book pioneer settlers of grayson co va by
bejamin nuckolls which stated that the grayson co va jones where the children
of william ?if ya'll have any info i would be so grateful
14 July 2002
I'm looking for info on James WOOD, b.jan 12,1764 married Jane ALSOP b
1760 in Spotsylvania Co. - they were married 1785 by Rev.John
Waller-Snell's Bridge,VA and moved to Lexington, Kentucky. Also, John
WOOD (James brother?)
Barry Wood (firstname.lastname@example.org)
10 July 2002
I too am searching for any information on Joel PARRISH b ca 1700 and d 21
March 1791. He & his wife ? had eleven children. One of them was Henry Sr.,
R.S.. He had a sn whose name was Henry b 1786 and m Mary Ann Monk. They moved
to Bullock Co., Ga. then later to another part of so. Ga.
I have a copy of Joel's original will which I obtained at the Spotsylvania Co. court house. I
be so grateful for any information which I could obtain.
Jane Coleman (Jhc1978@aol.com)
08 July 2002
I have recently made some breakthroughs on my maternal lines and find
that my five times great grandfather and grandmother were John MARTIN
(b. ca. 1755) and Mary DAY (b c. 1760) both of Spotsylvania area.
I would very much like to make contact with cousins or anyone who
might know more about these families. My line descends through their
daughter, Dicey MARTIN.
Frank Coffman (email@example.com)
05 July 2002
Looking for information on Absolom BRIGHTWELL of Spotsylvania - born abt. 1775, died 07-20-1833
in Spots. VA. His father was Thomas Absolom BRIGHTWELL married Winifred PINES.
04 July 2002
Henry GALBRAITH, George W. TRIBBLE, and Nestor BOONE came to Christian
Co. KY from Spotsylvania, Va. I am looking for the parents and siblings
of any or all of these three.
Ruby Riley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
03 July 2002
The CRAFTON family lived at "Fairview" in Spotsylvania County in the 1860's and 1870's. I have
that "Fairview" still exists. Does anyone know where it is? Thank you.
Judith V. Furler (email@example.com)
25 June 2002
One of my wife's ancestors was Jonathan CARPENTER (abt 1710 - 1768),
of Still Run, Spotsylvania County, VA. Does anyone know where Still
Run is/was? Any help would be appreciated.
Gene Rice (firstname.lastname@example.org)
22 June 2002
I am looking for Betty LEWIS b. ca 1765 who was born in Spotsylvania Co and
married William ANDERSON of Albemarle Co VA. Betty Lewis was supposedly the
daughter of Fielding LEWIS and Elizabeth WASHINGTON. If anyone has info on
this marriage or any of this family please email me at the above address.
Nancy Noel (NNoe1313@aol.com)
19 June 2002
I am searching for the marriage record of Anthony FOSTER and Martha TALIAFERRO.
They were supposedly married in Spottsylvania County abt. 1740. Can anyone help with this.
It will be greatly appreciated
18 June 2002
Grasping at straws!!
My DILLARD ancestors seem to have come to Sumner Co, Tenn from Spotsylvania Co Va round 1790
1809 Martha(Patsy) DILLARD married George W MARTIN in Wilson Co, Tenn
A Geo W MARTIN was in Sumner Co , Tenn in 1790s...
Was he from Spotsylvania Also?
Shot in the DARK!
john brown (email@example.com)
13 June 2002
I am trying to confirm that my ancestor Francis (F. F.) ROBINSON (born 1803 in VA and died 1859
in MO) of Boone County, KY (1840 and 1850
federal census) was the son of Benjamin (b 1761 and d 1825) and Catherine PARKER ROBINSON of
Spotsylvania County. Francis' first wife was
Emily WALLER (married 1826). I found a Spotsylvania County deed from her father, William Waller
to her and it mentions her forthcoming marriage
to Francis Robinson. I have been unable to locate their marriage record or to find them on the VA
or KY 1830 census.
Emily and Francis had four children before she died in 1835. Francis then married Lucinda
Anderson of Boone County, KY and they had several
children. They moved to MO after 1850 and Francis died there in 1859.
I would greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.
Sam Robinson (Sam@paintingsbysam.com)
17 June 2002
Trying to obtain information and dates on the following area people by the last name of CARTER
and how the name
came to the area if possible (area of which I know is Paytes, Jones, or Belmont area around now
known as the
Lake Anna or Lake Anna State Park).
My great-great grandmother was Georgia CARTER and I think her mother was Phoebe CARTER. She
(Georgia) had three children by the names of
Dewey CARTER, Cleveland CARTER, and Anna Kate CARTER.
Anna Kate Carter married Charlie Hart and had several children (Ernest, Ruth, Ruby, Johnny, and
Anna and Charlie Hart died in the 1960's. Cleveland Carter died in the late 1960's or early
1970's, no children by him.
Dewey Carter died in the 1980's, no children by him.
1. Where did they originated from and dates, if possible (census in the area)?
2. Who are Phoebe Carter's parents?
3. Who was Georgia Carter children's father name (last name will do, if possible)?
4. Is there a place in Spotsylvania County named the "Carter Plantation", and location?
5. What area of the county are these Carters located?
Thanks. I would appreciate the information.
07 June 2002
I am searching for relations of Ethel May MILLER born April 15th 1885 in Spotsylvania County.
Father James Miller a farmer and mother Martha Miller.
Ethel went to Baltimore Girls Grammar and was later sent back to Yorkshire, England (UK)
05 June 2002
I'm looking for connections to Thomas MORRIS and his family. I have other info and am willing to
share. Any info. would be
1. Thomas(1) MORRIS was born 1735 in Spotsylvania Co. VA, and died 1791 in Chester Dist. SC. He
married (2) ANN.
She died 1791. Children of Thomas MORRIS are:
i. Ann(2) MORRIS.
ii. Elizabeth MORRIS.
iii. infant unborn MORRIS.
iv. Jacob MORRIS.
v. Margaret MORRIS.
vi. Mary MORRIS.
vii. Sarah MORRIS.
viii. John MORRIS, b. 1750.
ix. Garrett MORRIS, b. 1753.
2. x. William MORRIS, b. November 30, 1755, Spotsylvania Co. VA; d. December 10, 1830,
DeKalb Co. GA.
xi. Thomas MORRIS, b. 1757.
xii. Calvin MORRIS, b. 1759; d. 1787.
xiii. Callron MORRIS, b. 1764.
xiv. Richard MORRIS, b. 1766.
xv. James MORRIS, b. 1768.
xvi. Joseph MORRIS, b. 1770.
25 May 2002
I have been told there is a possibility that my ancestor Lewis HOLLOWAY may
be from Spotsylvania County before his marriage in Brunswick County, VA to a
widow Rachel Brown Williams 8 Dec 1787. Someone said the Holloway name can
be spelled so many different ways as Hooaday, ect.
I would like to inquire if anyone knows of a Joseph HOLLOAY or HOLLOWAY and a connection to the
WALKER family as well. Appreciate any suggestions.
11 May 2002
Want any info re; these families that lived in Spotysylvania Co. & Gloucester Co. Virginia area
1700's to 1800's.
Rev. William ROBB, father Peter ROBB & wife; Mary "Polly" WHITE-ROBB, father George WHITE, (he
John WHITE who removed to Ohio in 1800. John had 8 children most of whom moved to Indiana.
William & Mary moved to Ohio with their 12 children 1800.
Rev. William ROBB supposedly fought in Revolutionary War under Col. Gideon LAMB in 6th Reg. in
Company from Nov.1777 to Nov. 1778? Anyone know anything about 6th Reg., Col. Gideon LAMB?
Peter ROBB & George WHITE were supposedly born in Scotland abt. 1730's but not sure, may've been
Colonies. Anyone have copies of ships records with Peter & George's names on them? Anyone know
Peter ROBB &
George WHITE parents? wifes? other children? service in Revolutionary War? died & were buried?
Robert Robb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
29 Apr 2002
Want any & all info re. troop roster, battles fought, etc.; Col. Gideon LAMB, Virginia 6th
WHITE's Company, Rev. William ROBB, (served as Pvt. Nov. 1777 to Nov. 1778). Rev. William ROBB,
son of Peter ROBB,
was married to Mary "Polly" WHITE daughter of George WHITE, (he had a brother John WHITE). they
lived in and
around Spotsylvania until leaving for Clermont Co., Ohio in 1796.Also Info. on what happened to
Peter ROBB in Virginia,
died, buried, served in Revolutionary War, etc.? Where exactly did ROBBs and WHITEs live in
Spotsylvania Co., Virginia?
Robert Robb (email@example.com)
25 Apr 2002
I am looking for information contained in David PULLIAM's Will. He died 2-7-1794 in Berkley
Parrish, Spotsy., VA.
I need all the children's names and any other pertinent information. His wife was Elizabeth
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Trying to link my Richard H. PULLIAM to him. Thanks.
21 Apr 2002
I am looking for descendants of John B. and Nancy JOHNSON of Spotsylvania County. They had the
following children: Joseph William, Emily J., Mary, Richard, Virginia and John.
John and Nancy were married 16 November 1825 in Orange County. Any information would be
Richard S. Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
14 Apr 2002
I am looking for the parents of Anthony GHOLSON, Sr. (1670-1764). I am a descendant through the
Anthony Gholson, Sr. -- 1670-1764 -- Spotsylvania Co., VA / Orange Co., VA
Anthony Gholson, Jr. -- 1707-1779 -- Spotsylvania Co., VA / Halifax Co., VA
Dabney Gholston -- 1767-1825 -- Spotsylvania Co., VA / Madison Co., GA
Nathaniel B. Gholston -- 1796-1859 -- Wilkes Co., GA / Madison Co., GA
Nathaniel B. Gholston -- 1848-1911 -- Madison Co., GA / Prentiss Co., MS
Napolean B. Gholston -- 1882-1962 -- Prentiss Co., MS / Itawamba Co., MS
Roy Wayne Gholston -- 1939-1994 -- Itawamba Co., MS / Itawamba Co., MS
Donnie C. Gholston -- 1959 -- Itawamba Co., MS / Harrison Co., MS
Any information on the VA / GA / MS Gholstons would be appreciated.
14 Apr 2002
Seeking info on the ancestry of Nannie WHARTON, born June 20, 1848 in Spotsylvania to parents
Robert and Nan Wharton.
Karen McPherson (email@example.com)
13 Apr 2002
I'm looking for the LOGAN and CLENCH or CLINCH (various
spellings) families in Spotsylvania County, VA. Thank you.
Mike Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
03 Apr 2002
I'm looking for any one with info on a William or Willie
COYLE who it is said came to James City, Va in 1634
from Ireland. Also a James COYLE of Spotsylvana Co. in
02 Apr 2002
Looking for JACOBS ancestors and relatives in Spotsylvania Co.
My ggg grandfather William JACOBS may have been born abt
1738 in Stafford or Spotsylvania Co.s. Would like to find other
JACOBS. Happy to share data. Thanks.
Norman F. Jacobs, Jr. (JCSCPM@aol.com)
27 Mar 2002
Looking for David McMURRIN July 21 1732, Spotsylvania County Records, Page 136.
What information do you have?
D. McMurrin (DMcmurrin@aol.com)
18 Mar 2002
The Thomas MINOR will 9April, 1776 Spotsylvania Co. mentions a road
leading from Lewis's Bridge to Fredericksburg; also Caroline Ct., and
the Plantations of (1) PHARISS and (2) Gravelly Run..
Can someone tell me where this land is located as well as information
about Phariss Plantation. I have a direct-line ancestor named Samuel
PHARISS who lived in Fauquier County in the 1770's and I am trying to
determine more about his earlier life and Phariss Plantation and
possibly Gravely Plantation might be a clue. He states that he was born
in Virginia in 1742.
Janet (Bruce) Nelson (email@example.com)
07 Mar 2002
Seeking information on Benjamin H PERRY, born 1752, Spotsylvania VA. He
married Mary HEAD and after Revolution moved to Henry Co KY. Mary Head's
widowed mother and family also moved to KY. Per Daughters of Amer. Rev,
another Benj.PERRY, born about 1723 also enlisted for Rev War at
Spotsylvania. Wondering if there is a connection, as don't have parents
of the Benj born 1752.
Janet (Bruce) Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
06 Mar 2002
WALLER, Aylett c1799-dOct. 9, 1819
Looking for information on Aylett Waller of Spotsylvania Co. who married Lucy B. ARMISTEAD /
ARMSTEAD Dec. 24, 1801. (I have not verified this date.)
Waller known to have served in VA. 16th (Waller's Regt) milita in War 1812.
Aylett Waller was son of Benjamin Waller b. 1749-1826 who married Jean Curtis.
Siblings are: Absolom, Benjamin, Joseph, and Curtis.
Particularly interested in documenting Aylett and Lucy Armstead Waller's children:
One unverified source lists them as: Ellen, Lucie, Leonard, Martha A.(b. c1802)
Estate divided among: Lucy B., Eleanor E., Frances J.C., Thomas C and Martha (his wife),
Benjamin L., John D., William A. Think these are not all children. Who are they?
Also of interest in where Aylett Waller lived in Spotsylvania Co.
Barbara Brown (email@example.com)
04 Mar 2002
I'm researching a BUCHANAN line that has been found in the Livingston, Spotsylvania, Virginia
1880 census spelled as
BUCHANNON. (Census' spellings before and after 1880 spelled their name BUCHANAN.)
Head of the family is W.S. (William S.)....51 years old, born in VA
Ernest, son ........29 years old
Wife is Amanda M. (nee STEUART).......51 years old, born in VA (perhaps a couple years older)
Children, all born in VA, are.....
Laura T, daughter...27 years old
Marion, Son........ 17 years old
William W., Son........ 12 years old
Braudie, Son........15 years old
Braxton, Son........9 years old
I'm directly related to Braxton BUCHANAN and found a relative of William W. BUCHANAN on the net.
Any information on the other children would be so appreciated.
In an 1860 census, William S. BUCHANAN is 29 with wife and children, but also present is
age 69. But it is possible the elder William was born in 1780-1790, with a brother John M (wife
Lucy, son Charles)
living in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania co. Anyone with information on this line of BUCHANANs and
their lineage, in
Spotsylvania Co, please contact me.
Thank you so much.
Patricia Johnson (SwissGenealogy@aol.com)
18 Feb 2002
Want info re:Peter ROBB, born Scotland 1738? came to Virginia, had son William Robb born 1764?...
Peter Married Sept. 2 1789 to Mary "Polly" WHITE born 3-18-1769..Virginia, daughter of George
White born 3-12-1736
Gloucester Co. Scotland.
William & Mary had 12 children 4 were born in Virginia 2 in Spotsylvania Peter 12-8-1793 & Mary
The family were in Virginia from 1760's to 1796. Then went through Campbell Co.,Kentucky
(1797) to Clermont Co.,
Ohio (1800) Would like info on Scottish heritage, spouses,children & when, where,what'd they do
in Virginia, etc.
Robert Robb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
12 Feb 2002
I would like to know if anyone has information about the parents or
siblings of George CHAPMAN b.1736 and married Dianna DURRETT. Dianna was
the daughter of Robert DURRETT and Eliz. GOODLOE of Spotsylvania.
George was born in Caroline Co., VA but married and lived in
Spotsylvania Co. He and Dianna left VA with the Traveling Church and he
was killed by Indians on the way to KY.
Karen Chapman Wallace (email@example.com)
02 Feb 2002
My great great great grandfather James T. CHANDLER was born in Spotsylvania
Co. Va on Jan. 4, 1805. He emigrated to Ky in 1818 and married Mildred
HAYDEN on Feb. 20, 1826. They moved to Boone Co. Mo. in the fall of 1834
where they lived until their deaths. I am trying to find the parents of
James T. CHANDLER who would have been in Spotsylvania Co. Va. in the early
1800s. Thanks for your help.
31 Jan 2002
Following is the obit for John Robert DOUGLAS whose father was Richard Douglas born "near
I believe Richard and Martha AMES Douglas came from Spotsylvania or Culpepper Counties.
I believe that Martha may be the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Ames because many of the
females born to
Richard and Martha had the same first name (Drusilla and Margaret). I would like to be added to
the surname study if
possible. Thanks for your consideration. If you need futher info about these ancestors please let
My family has been searching for the next generation of this family for many years without any
luck. Hoping the web will help.
John R. Douglas, farmer P.O. Oddville, was born in Harrison County, Kentucky March 28, 1814
son of Richard and
Martha (Ames) Douglas. He was born near Fredricksburg, Virginia, a farmer by occupation and dying
in 1856, age 76 years.
She born also in Virginia and dying in 1862, age 76 years. They had sixteen children. Our Subject
received his education in the
common schools of Harrison County and began life as a farmer. December 18, 1842 he married in
Miss Sally Ann Lang, born in Ireland, April 16, 1822, daughter of William and Sarah Ross Lang
both natives of Ireland, and by
which union there are three children living and two dead. Those living are Sarah A. Martha, and
John W. He owns 200 acres if
choice land in Harrison County. Member of the Methodist Church, a Mason, and a Democrat.
John S. Douglas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
21 Jan 2002
Does anyone have information about a Powell or Ptolemy POWELL Reunion annually in the
Fredricksburg/Spotsylvania area. I have heard that it is usually held in May or June. Thanks.
John W. Gray (email@example.com)
28 Jan 2002
I am interested in slave related records and information for slaves in
the family of William JOHNSTON m. Ann "Nan" Marie CHEW.
My ancestors were slaves in the family of William H. Johnston m.
Margaret HUTCHINSON of Bourbon Co., KY -- and they removed to Boone Co.,
MO in the early 1800s with William's parents: Capt. William H. Johnston
and Rachel SPEARS. Rachel's father was Jacob Spears. The Capt.'s
parents were: Robert Bruce Johnston m. Peggy McCLANAHAN. Peggy's
parents were Thomas C. McClanahan and Martha STROTHER. Thomas left
several slaves to his children grandchildren upon his death as did
Jacob Spears to his daughter and grandson William H. Johnston Jr.
Robert's father was Robert Johnston Sr., who was twice married -- once
to Ann COOK and then to Lucy OVERTON. Robert's parents were: William
Johnston and Ann Chew. I have also followed the lines of their other
children and see that there were many slave transactions via land deed
When William Johnston Jr., died in 1830 in Boone Co., MO -- his slaves
were bought by his widow's brother Mr. James S. Hutchinson -- and the
slaves were sold to Margaret Johnston's new husband Nathaniel LEONARD
and she received revisionary interest in the slaves. Nathaniel Leonard
and James Hutchinson were the founders of a very famous shorthorn cattle
farm in Bunceton, MO called Ravenswood. James Hutchinson married Martha
V. Tutt and the TUTTS also owned my ancestors and have Culpepper and
Farquier Co., ties....
If you have wills, probate, land deed records that you can share with
slave related information please let me know. I also have about 3-5
wills and final settlement records I need from the Spotsylannia
courthouse if anyone is able to retrieve those for me.. I will pay for
copies & gas. If you know a special collection etc., that would include
family bible records of slave data etc., I would be most interested.
21 Jan 2002
Looking for any information of a Wiley K.D. HARMON, born abt 1839, said to have died in
Spotslyvania VA in Civil War. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
T. Boone (firstname.lastname@example.orgM)
20 Jan 2002
Looking for ggrandfather William W WILLIAMS,born about 1830 in fredricksburg,married catherine
redrick in 1858 in knoxville tn.I found them in the 1870 census and again in the 1880 census with
8 children living in knoxville,he was a cabinet maker.I would appreciate any help.
Floyd Burns (email@example.com)
11 Jan 2002
I am looking for my ancestors. If there is anyone with any information on the BLONDEL / BLONDELL,
DUBOIS or HOOMES families please let me know. Any information will be cherished and appreciated,
not matter how trivial it may seem.
Jerry Blondell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1 Jan 2002