Dinwiddie Co., Viginiia
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WYATT - Looking for any information concerning Edmund Wyatt family. Late 1700's
Jan 1, 1998 - 19:51 - From: - Gary L. Wyatt
PEGRAM, MANSON, HARPER - I am interested in (Major) BAKER PEGRAM (1758-1829?) Wish to know his date of death and place of burial. Also, need information on his first wife, MARY MANSON, daughter of (Capt.) Peter Manson. When died she die? All lived in Dinwiddie County for their entire lives. Also, Nathaniel Harper. He lived in Dinwiddie until moving to Brunswick in the 1780s. Who was his wife? Would like any information on these individuals.
Jan 13, 1998 - 21:40 - From: - Philip Alfeld
MATTISON, GHENT - Need information on Benjamin Mattison b 20 Feb 1750, Va, d 31 Dec 1829 Abbeville Dist., SC. Married Jane Ghent b abt 1802 Va, daughter of John Ghent. They lived in Dinwiddie Co, Va as at least two of their children, John b 1773 and William b 1781 were born there.
Jan 17, 1998 - 16:59 - From: - Sharon Otis
KEYES - KEYES, James, Petersburg City, 1850 Census pg 354. I am tryingto find my James Harvey Keyes and hope to find more about this person.
Jan 18, 1998 - 21:44 - From: - Nina Mack
CLEMENTS, DOWNSMAN - Seeking information on David CLEMENTS, Sr b. 1750 Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Va. d. 1802 in Hancock Co. Ga. David CLEMENTS children John CLEMENTS b. 1780, Sarah CLEMENTS b.1782 (married DOWNSMAN) and Stephen CLEMENTS b 1784 were born in Petersburg, Va. His other children, Eliza b. 1786, David, Jr b. 1787 and Betsy b. 1792 were probably born in Ga. Any information you can give us on this family will be appreciated. Thank you
Jan 20, 1998 - 22:51 - From: - W.L. Barker
KILGORE, GREEN - Looking for the ancestors and descendants of Lewis GREEN, Jr. and Esther KILGORE. Lewis was born on May 05, 1751 in Dinwiddie, VA to Lewis Green, Sr. and Elizabeth ???. He died in 1835 in Bell Co., KY. He married Esther Kilgore in 1782 in Washington, VA. Esther was born abt. 1750 in Washington, VA to Charles KILGORE and Jane CLARK. Charles KILGORE was the son of John KILGORE and ???. Jane's parents are unknown. Lewis and Esther had 8 children being born in Washington, VA: James, Mary Rutha, Col. Elijah H., William, Elisha, Sarah, Esther, and Lewis. The first 6 children were born in Washington, VA. Sometime between 1795 and 1801 they moved to Davidson, TN. Sometime between 1801 and 1804 they again moved to Bell Co., KY.
Jan 24, 1998 - 16:33 - From: - email@example.com
FREEMAN - In the book "Kinfolks of Granville Co NC 1765-1826" on page 60 an abstract shows Gideon Freeman of Dunwoody co VA buying land in 11-27-1782. I believe his wife is Isabella Clement. Who is his father?
Jan 27, 1998 - 14:17 - From: - sammie crosby
MITCHELL, ZIEGLER, HARDAWAY - Seeking infornation on John Henry Mitchell (Born about 1760 in Dinwiddie Co.) and his wife Mary Zeigler, born in Germany. They had a son, Thomas Hardaway Mitchell, who was born in Dinwiddie Co. in 1792, and who married Ruth Tillery. Would like dates of John Henry and Mary's births and deaths. Also information about John Henry's parents. Was an ancester of john Henry's a Hardaway, perhaps related to Thomas Hardaway who was born in Dinwiddie Co. or Prince George Co. about 1700? E-Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for any help. Bill
Jan 29, 1998 - 17:31 - From: - William G. (Bill) MITCHELL
LEWIS - I am looking for information on the Lewis family from Dinwiddie County. They lived in a big house off of Cox road, and that house had as its foundation a log cabin built before the Revolutionary War. It fell out of my family in the 1940s, I believe. The oldest name I have is Algernon Lewis, son of Colonel Lewis who fought in the Civil War. Algernon married his first cousin, Mary Sue Lewis, and they had several children, including William Henry Lewis, who went to Africa in 1910 as a missionary for the Seventh-Day Adventist movement. William's sister was my great grandmother, Fanny Sue Lewis, who married one of the hired hands, by the name of Bestpitch. William Bestpitch had been hired out of Charolotte, Virginia, and worked for the Allens, the other big house with which the Lewis family was affiliated The Lewises had 100 acres after the Civil War, and raised melons on part of it. Much of it was in timber, and the family ran a saw mill on both their property and elsewhere, employing about a dozen men. Algernon built the pews for a little white Adventist church constructed near the property by him and a group of others. I am trying to find out the first name of Algernon's father, Colonel Lewis, and anything else anyone knows about them. Also, I believe the Allen's house had been turned into a state historical trust, but several years ago, a twister demolished it. Its property had the worlds tallest loblolly pine on it, and the old woman who was still living in the Allen place at the time was named Hermione. I think she married an Allen, and was the high school teacher and friend of my grandmother, Virginia Walton Bestpitch, who will be 90 this Mary. Last I heard, Hermione was still alive. Anybody know more about Lewises, Allens, et cetera?
Feb 2, 1998 - 20:15 - From: - Robert E. Kibler
WELLS, LUFSEY - Seeking information on the ancestors and descendants of my great grandparents Waverly W. Wells b. 18 Sep 1876 Dinwiddie Co., VA and Leona Lufsey (his wife) b. 7 Mar 1883 in Dinwiddie Co., VA. Any and all information will be appreciated.
Feb 8, 1998 - 21:30 - From: - Ralph McCathern
BENNETT - I am trying to locate information on a John BENNETT born c. 1740 Isle of Wight Co., VA. Married Elizabeth Sadler in North Carolina c. 1760. Had at least one son named John also. Died c. 1798 in Dinwoodie Co., VA. Any assistance greatly appreciated.
Feb 11, 1998 - 09:22 - From: - Allan Bennett
SPAIN - Searching for parents of Stephen DeWitt Spain b. 1786 in Dinwiddie, d. c. 1840 in TN; m. 1811 in Dinwiddie Co. to Lucy Verrell/Verell. First Spain may have settled in Fairfax Co., VA.
Feb 12, 1998 - 20:44 - From: - Barbara Scott Wyche
BAILEY - Looking for information about John B. BAILEY. According to his death certificate, he was born 1 Feb. 1790 in Dinwiddie County. I have no information about his parents. Would appreciate any help! I would be interested in any information about Baileys in Dinwiddie County, as I have not been able to find anything about the family at all. Thanks, Melissa
Feb 14, 1998 - 14:18 - From: - Melissa Bailey Duggins
PETERS - I am searching for information on Newton Peters who was born at Jamestown, Va in 1655. He went with Capt. William Byrd and was with him as one of the founders of Petersburg, Diwiddie County, Virginia. Petersburg was named for him. He married a Harrison who was a relative of George Washington.I am really interested in any information AND burial sites. Thanks.
Feb 15, 1998 - 13:40 - From: - Marilyn Lauver
TRAYLOR - Looking for any information regarding Humphrey Traylor, who served in the Revolutionary War in Virginia. Richmond, Virginia records indicate that he saw battle at King's Mountain under Isaac Shelby. Humphrey's son James and his son Caleb are buried in Montgomery County, Il, along with every generation to present in my husband's line. Any help regarding this line would be appreciated!
Feb 19, 1998 - 19:13 - From: - Barbara Clayton
DORTCH, GLOVER - Seeking info on Alvin N. DORTCH b 1844 d 1915. Married Tennessee Jordan GLOVER. Had 11 children of which most were born in Dinwiddie Co. Some in Petersburgh and some in Boydton. I think Alvins parents were William Archer? DORTCH and Sarah (Sally) Poythress but need verification. Any information greatly appreciated. Thank you Micki
Mar 12, 1998 - 00:27 - From: - Micki Stone
WOODWARD - WOODWARD, Thomas,born(abt. 1695-1700?) and probably married near Annapolis, Md. The first wife and children aren't named in any sources I've found. He remarried, an Elizabeth or Mary Simpson of Fairfax CO. VA and had 6 more children. He was returning to MD for his older children and died there. The older children are said to have moved into Dinwiddie CO. and some to NC(where they dropped the 2nd w). Does anyone have a Thomas Woodward that this description might fit? Will share information. Thank you, Karen
Mar 12, 1998 - 13:50 - From: - Karen Woodward
BAILEY, DUNNIVANT - Does anybody know: the book Dinwiddie Co Data 1752-1865 (by Hughes) has a sectionb titled "probable kinship" from personal property tax rolls. I'm interested in one that says probable kinship Daniel BAILEY -- Archer DUNNIVANT 1804 (pg. 59). Does anybody know what the original record looks like and why Hughes would have assumed BAILEY and DUNNIVANT are related? Lynne Hundley
Mar 17, 1998 - 07:06 - From: - Lynne Hundley
RAINEY - Buckner and Daniel RAINEY listed on Dinwiddie Co VA tax rolls 1782+ are believed brothers. They are probably sons of William Rainey Jr. and wife Mary as Daniel is listed in church records with b 1753. Need info to document descendants of these two families. Will exchange info..
Mar 18, 1998 - 23:25 - From: - Marynell Bryant
STELL - Searching for info on Sally Stell. Married Ebenezer MacGowan in 1786 in Dinwiddie Co. Sally died in 1793. Thank you. Sammye Lee
Mar 20, 1998 - 00:13 - From: - Sammye Lee
NOBLE - Looking for a William NOBLE b. 1751 in Virginia. A William NOBLE is listed as living in Dinwiddie County about 1787. Does he have a father named John NOBLE? Any information helpful. Thank you.
Mar 21, 1998 - 19:57 - From: - Justine Miller
SOLOE/SOLO, FRANCESOLO, MCKENNEY - I am researching the family of Peter (Francesolo) Soloe. Peter was born in Italy and came to US and landed in New Orleans, La where he joined the Confederate army and fought his way up to Dinwiddie where he lived the rest of his life. I know of one son, Peter Ray b. 1891, and Frank E b. 1897, Mary Emaline Soloe Mckenney, who lived and died in Dinwiddie. Please help if you have info on this family.
Mar 21, 1998 - 20:56 - From: - JEAN COPELAND
BOSWELL, HAMLIN - Looking for documentation of any kind for William Colgate (Colgit) BOSWELL and his wife Mary HAMLIN, married ca 1806 in Dinwiddie or Petersburg. If anybody has info on their children, I would love to hear from you, or documentation of their lives in Dinwiddie of any kind. Their wills are on file in the City of Petersburg, but I am told they lived south of the city. Thanks!
Mar 27, 1998 - 20:21 - From: - Meg
DINWIDDIE - Hello,my name is Charles D. Dinwiddie, i would like information on all Dinwiddie's living in the Virginia area. My father was John Clayton Dinwiddie of Oklohoma, and his father was Robert Dinwiddie of Texas I believe, I was told that my grandfather was a decendent of Lt. Governor Dinwiddie, but I have not been able to verify that as of this date. I have never been to Virginia except when I was in the Navy so anmy information that would help me in the geneology area would be great.
Mar 30, 1998 - 00:24 - From: - Charles D Dinwiddie
FIRTH - Researching Firth Family who came to VA from Firth of Forth area of Scotland probably by 1800. William & Martha had at least 7 children all believed to be born in Dinwiddie County. My line is their son William Brown Firth. Would like to know more about William & Martha, their parents, siblings, other children.Would appreciate so much any information. Thanks Barb Smith
Apr 1, 1998 - 11:03 - From: - Barbara Hearn Smith
TARPLEY, PETTYPOOL - Colin Southold TARPLEY was born about 1802 in Petersburg, VA, and moved with his family early in his life to TN. He studied law in Nashville in the office of James K. Polk and later practiced law in Pulaski, Giles Co., TN. He then moved first to AL and then to Jackson, Hinds Co., MS, where he became a prominent member of the bar and promoter of a rail line between Jackson and New Orleans. He was married twice, to Susannah PAINE, in Giles County in 1828 (children: Mary Elizabeth abt 1830, Ann abt 1833) and, after Susannah's death to Eliza ? (children John abt 1844 and Susan abt 1847). He died in MS. Would like to know who his parents were and what their relationship might be to Sterling TARPLEY, born 1769, Dinwiddie Co, VA, died 1848, Wilson Co., TN m. 1794 Lucretia PETTYPOOL (b. 1772, Dinwiddie Co., VA, d. 1856, Wilson Co., TN.) I know that this Colin was not their son although they did have a son named Collin S. Tarpley. Would appreciate any information about the TARPLEY and PETTYPOOL families of Dinwiddie County.
Apr 4, 1998 - 02:09 - From: - Sara Binkley Tarpley
VADEN, GUNN - Seeking parents of Page Harrison VADEN, b 13 Nov 1806 m Susan Caroline GUNN 9 April 1835 Dinwiddee County. Seeking parents of Susan Caroline GUNN. Caroline S. on tombstone
Apr 4, 1998 - 18:01 - From: - Earl H. May
WILLIAMSON - Seeking info on Albert G. Williamson b. abt:1828 to Joseph & Lucinda Williamson. Also need info on His father and mother.
Apr 4, 1998 - 18:23 - From: - Mike Williamson
PEARSON, HADEN - PEARSON, Richmond, b. 1751 Dinwiddie Co., d. 1819 Rowan Co. NC, m. 1. Sarah HADEN ch. Jos.,Jesse,Richmond,Eliz.m. John STOKES b. Lunenburg Co. M. 2. Sarah Coit MUMFORD,ch. Eliza, Sarah, Richmond Mumford, Chas, George
Apr 5, 1998 - 08:55 - From: - Jeanne Miller BOND
CROWDER - Bartholomew Crowder lived in Dinwiddie in 1750's before it became a part of Lunenburg County. He had a son named Isaac that died at an early age of about 29 or 30 leaving his wife Kezia with 5 sons. At the time of Isaac's death where he lived had become Mecklenburg County, Va. He died 1769. The sons names were Isaac, Bartlett, Uel, Hilliker and Jesse. I have not been able to trace Isaac, or Bartlett. Does anyone out there have any information on this family? I really would like to know the maiden name of Kezia. Thank you for any help. Idalia Crowder Hicks
Apr 6, 1998 - 14:51 - From: - Idalia Crowder Hicks
BRISTOW - I am looking for any info on the Bristow family in Dinwiddie Co during the late 1790's.
Apr 12, 1998 - 21:14 - From: - Bill Wilkerson
DARBY - Who was the wife of Joseph Darby in 1770-1828?
Apr 14, 1998 - 22:36 - From: - Joseph B. Darby, Jr.
CROWDER, TALLEY - Does anyone know about Isaac Crowder marrying Kezia Talley? She was born in Dinwiddie County, VA. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank You,
Apr 15, 1998 - 17:20 - From: - Idalia Crowder Hicks
MELTON - I'm seeking information about my grandfather, Allen Leroy MELTON, born in either 1848 or 1852 in Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. I would like any information available about him and about his parents
Apr 16, 1998 - 01:56 - From: - Audrey Melton Althaus
CLEMENTS - David CLEMENTS, Sr. was born 1750 in Petersburg, Dinwiddie Co., Va. We do not know his wife's name but his children were: Sarah (Sally) L. b. 1782, Petersburg m. DOWNSMAN Stephen b. 1784, Petersburg d. 1832 Eliza b 1786 David, Jr. b. 1787 d. 1851 m. Nancy John b. 1789 probably Petersburn Betsy North b. 1792 d 1847. We would love to learn everything about these fine people. Where they came from and who their parents and sibling were. If anyone can help us out we would appreciate it. Thank you
Apr 16, 1998 - 22:52 - From: - W.L. Barker
HAWKS - HAWKS, Thomas. Would like to exchange info about this Rev. War Soldier. VA continental. Listed on 1835 VA Pension list, Dinwiddie county. Age 83. Karna Webster KWebs49669@aol.com
Apr 17, 1998 - 22:42 - From: - Karna Webster
MCGOWAN, STELL - Lookinfg for any info on an Ebenezer McGowan and Sally Stell he married in 1785. They were here for 7 years when she died and he moved to Mechlenburg County with his 3 children
Apr 18, 1998 - 15:35 - From: - Sammye Lee
SPAIN - I am interested in information regarding William and Mary (Cole) Spain of Dinwiddie co about 1810. Children include Edward, Albert, Louisa, Steven, William J. born in Dinwiddie and then moved to union co. Ohio including Philander, Elisa, Matthew, Enoch, Elijah, Hamilton, John, Moses, and Aaron Spain.
Apr 18, 1998 - 22:41 - From: - Francis Spain
SCOTT - I am searching for information on the Scott family plantation, called Laural Branch. Gen. Winfield Scott's parents name and siblings.Thanks
Apr 21, 1998 - 23:32 - From: - Shelley Murphy
CLEMENTS - David CLEMENTS, Sr. was born 1750 in Petersburg, Dinwiddie Co. VA. and died 1802 in Sparta, Hancock Co.,GA We do not have his wife's name but three of their six children were also born in Dinwiddie Co. The children were: Sarah (Sallie) L. CLEMENTS b 1782; Stephen CLEMENTS b. 1784; Eliza CLEMENTS b 1786; David, CLEMENTS, Jr. b. 1787 in GA; John CLEMENTS b. 1789; and Betsy North CLEMENTS b. 1792. We would appreciate any information on this fine family. Thanks.
Apr 22, 1998 - 00:20 - From: - W.L. Barker
ALLEN, AMORY, ANDERSON, ANDREWS, BASHER, BAUER, BELCHER, BLACK, BROWN, BURFORT, CAMPBELL, CARLISLE, CARTER, CASTELLO, CLAYTON, DAVIS, DENSON, DEWOLF, ELMORE, ENGLES,FULLER, GEORGE, GILL, GRANT, GUNN, HARDIE, HARRUP, HEPER, HICKS, HOGGARD, HUDSON, JERNEGAN, JOHNSON, KING, LAKE, LIVESAY, LOVE, LOVESEY, LOWE, LUFSEY, MAINS, MARCELL, MARTIN, MC CABE, MC LAUGHLIN, MOORE, PHILLIPS, PITTS, POLLARD, RADCLIFF, RENSHAW, ROBINSON, RODRIGUEZ, SALISBURY,SCHMITCKE, SHUMATE, SIMPSON, SPALTI, SPIVEY, STEELE, STIMELO, STRICKLING, SWAIN, TRAYLOR, TUCKER, TURNER, UTTER, VAUGHAN, WEIDNER, WILES, WILLIAMS, WURTZ - I am researching direct line ancesters that have lived in Dinwiddie, Prince George, Lunenburg, Henrico, Frederick and Norfolk counties: ANDREWS, LUFSEY/LIVESAY/LOVESEY, HEPER, HARDIE, GILL, MOORE, RENSHAW and VAUGHAN. They have married into these families besides the ones listed just previous: ALLEN, AMORY, ANDERSON, BASHER, BAUER, BELCHER, BLACK, BROWN, BURFORT, CAMPBELL, CARLISLE, CARTER, CASTELLO, CLAYTON, DAVIS, DENSON, DEWOLF, ELMORE, ENGLES,FULLER, GEORGE, GRANT, GUNN, HARRUP, HICKS, HOGGARD, HUDSON, JERNEGAN, JOHNSON, KING, LAKE, LOVE, LOWE, MAINS, MARCELL, MARTIN, MC CABE, MC LAUGHLIN, PHILLIPS, PITTS, POLLARD, RADCLIFF, ROBINSON, RODRIGUEZ, SALISBURY,SCHMITCKE, SHUMATE, SIMPSON, SPALTI, SPIVEY, STEELE, STIMELO, STRICKLING, SWAIN, TRAYLOR, TUCKER, TURNER, UTTER, WEIDNER, WILES, WILLIAMS, WURTZ. Some lines go back to the late 1700's and 1800's. Anyone wanting to share, I will be happy to do likewise. Thank you.
Apr 29, 1998 - 23:37 - From: - Tina Ellis
CARTER - I am searching for the ancestors and decendents of THOMAS CARTER married Mary in Dinwiddie Co. bef.1758, d.1795 Mecklenburg Co.
May 2, 1998 - 17:33 - From: - Dave Walker
WATSON - WATSON, Thomas D., was listed in 1850 Dinwiddie Co. VA, City of Petersburg, p329. In 1883 Bastrop Co. TX, he is noted as Thomas D. WATSON, late of Petersburg VA, deceased. His heirs were residents of Bastrop Co.: William Henry Watson (b 1840 TN), Thomas D. Watson (b 1836 TN), John Bibb Watson (b 1847), and John T. Watson. Would like to identify this family and their connections.
May 3, 1998 - 17:08 - From: - Diane Bender
PERRY - I am looking for information on my ancestors that died in Dinwiddie County. The only information I have is that they were PETER AND AGNES PERRY, and that Peter died about 1761, in Dinwiddie County VA. (They had a son named William.) If you know of these people, please contact me.
May 9, 1998 - 12:17 - From: - Gay Viau
BLANTON - I am looking for information on a George Blanton, an early planter and his wife Elvira Lee Blanton, or any Blanton in Dinwiddie.
May 14, 1998 - 15:42 - From: - E. Sturner
SCOTT, ELLIS - I am trying to find any information on GEORGE E.SCOTT born in Dinwiddie Co. Only info I have is he married Adelia Ellis from Mecklenburg, Va. They had 4 children Cora,Ojeddo,Herbert and Peter Ocesola[my grfather and lived in Portsmouth ,Va. Help please and thanks
May 15, 1998 - 21:58 - From: - Dot Purper
CAREY - I am looking for census records (1860) that might mention my great-grandfather (howard Joshua Carey) . I do not know his fathers name. My grandfather would have been about 2 years old.
May 25, 1998 - 17:40 - From: - Susie Carey Morris
WILLIAMS - I am looking for the ancestors of Freeman Williams of Dinwiddie Co., VA. His father was John Williams, said to have been in the Revolutionary War. His mother's name is unknown. John and Freeman were together on the county tax roll. Freeman was born 1763, and died at age 84. His wife was Martha Coleman. They had 12 children, including Jordan Calvin, b Apr 13, 1805 in TN. If you have information on any of these people, contact me at email@example.com. Thank you, Kathryn Moore Stucker
May 25, 1998 - 19:39 - From: - Kathryn Moore Stucker
CLAYTON, CLARK, COLEMAN, BURTON, JOHNSON, LADD, HATCHER - Researching the family of John Clayton, whose wife was Sarah (?). Had son Isham Clayton b. 11 Nov. 1727 in old Bristol Parish...when Dinwiddie was yet Prince George County. John Clayton owned 331 acres adjoining Francis Coleman, Thos. Epes and William Epes on the southside of Butterwood Swamp in the northwest corner of Dinwiddie County. Was John related to William Clayton or Francis Clayton who lived nearby in the mid 18th century?
May 26, 1998 - 07:38 - From: - Jim Clayton
TUCKER, HARPER - Am searching for the families of Joshua Gilliam TUCKER, b 1815; m 1836 Henrietta HARPER, b 1817. Migrated to ?>MO in 1838 with Widow Harper and family from Dinwiddie County according to notes in Tucker family Bible. Any help greatly appreciated.
May 26, 1998 - 10:04 - From: - J Tucker Lamkin
RATHER/WRATHER - Need info on William F. RATHER or his son James Bearness RATHER. Or any information on RATHER
May 26, 1998 - 16:22 - From: - James Ervin Rather
HITCHCOCK, TENCH - I am looking for any information on Robert Marshall Hitchcock b. abt. 1885 in Dinwiddie, d. abt. April 1950 in Marion, SC. Looking for info on his wife, Grace Emily Tench, b. abt. 1886 in Petersburg, d. abt. 1958 in Marion, SC. Children are: Dorothy, Virginia, Lucille, Ruby, Emillie Grace, Robert Marvin, Linwood, Albert and Charles William Hitchcock(my father-in-law). Thanks in advance, Terri Owsley Hitchcock
May 28, 1998 - 12:46 - From: - Terri Owsley Hitchcock and C. Duncan Hitchcock
BAUGH - Looking for parents of Josiah Hatcher Baugh b. ca 1750 VA Jeremiah Baugh may have been a brother. went to Brunswick co VA then Orange co NC.
May 30, 1998 - 17:24 - From: - Talma Klaassen
PARKER - I am attempting to help a friend document his genealogy. His great-great-grandparents were Jesse and Isabella G. PARKER. Jesse was born in West Petersburg on 7/10/1849, and Isabella G. Parker was born on 6/9/1849. Their children were Annie L., 6/25/?; Alice Jane, 10/5/?; William Lee, 1/4/?; Mattie B., 10/10/1875; Mary E., 8/19/1878; twin sisters, 10/10/1881; Clifford, 1/28/1884; and Maud Isabella, 9/9/1886 (From Parker Family Bible). I am attempting to document the information about Jesse and Isabella Parker, i.e., their births, marriage date, etc. The 1850 Census would be useful. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Jun 1, 1998 - 10:16 - From: - Ken Baumgardt
SCOTT, LANSFORD - I am looking for a marriage between a SCOTT & a LANSFORD, my 2nd. greatgrandfather's name was LANSFORD SCOTT. HE married MARY ANN SIMMIONS, in Bute, Co. N.C.in 1828. I think his parent's were from DINWIDDIE, Co. Va. And the ABERNATHY'S were some kin.
Jun 5, 1998 - 16:23 - From: - THOMAS DAVID RICHARDSON Jr.
NETHERLAND - Interested in any information on John NETHERLAND co-editor along with John WOOD of the Petersburg Daily Courier in 1834.
Jun 13, 1998 - 16:05 - From: - Karen Warren
OWEN - Rev. James P. Owen (1809-1852) and Elizabeth Brooks Brame (d 1862) were married sometime after 1829 in Dinwiddie and Elizabeth was burried (location unknown)in Dinwiddie in 1862. Son William C. Owen died in the Civil War and his children Maggie Owen White and James P. Owen married and migrated to Isle of Wright. I would like to contact any descendents to share information.
Jun 13, 1998 - 22:56 - From: - William Parham Owen III
HARDY - I am looking for a W.H. Hardy born abt. 1874 in Dinwiddie Co Va. ANY information will be appreciated.......
Jun 16, 1998 - 10:21 - From: - SANDI EBLIN
BONNER - I'm searching for info on John S. Bonner, Sr. He was born in Virginia around 1800. He moved to Louisiana and Texas later in life. I saw a John Bonner listed in the Dinwiddie 1840 census however, my library has only the index, not the actual census. I'm trying to find the name of his wife and any info I can on John. He had 2 sons, John Jr. and Andrew, 1 daughter Mary. Thanks, Sheila
Jun 18, 1998 - 22:37 - From: - Sheila Moreland
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