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701)

1850 Federal Census Massac, Illinois, Roll: M432_12053 of 88

702)

The Kentucky Land Grants, Vol. I-II, by Willard Rouse Jillson, Filson Club Publications, Louisville, KY, 1925

703)

Rev. John Bourland Marriages, by Charlie Bourland, US GenWeb, Hopkins County, Kentucky
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyhopkin/marr/marr001.html

704)

1820 Federal Census Hopkins County, Kentucky, Roll M33_23, page 252

705)

Hopkins County, Kentucky January County Court 1824

706)

Rockbridge County, Virginia Deeds Vol. A (1778-1788), FHL Film # 0033761

707)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Books 10 - 12 (1805-1819), FHL # 0030319

708) 

Blount County, Tennessee Deed Book 2

709)

Washington County, Virginia Will Book, Volumes 4-6 (1812-1834), FHL Film #0034357

710)

Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 14

711)

Birth dates for all Charles Berry/Ann Ralston children estimated from their ages shown on the 1850 census: John Ralston Berry, age 44; Mary G. (Berry) Harris, age 43; James Berry, age 41; Christiana M. (Berry) Buchanan, age 39 and Charlotte Jane (Berry) Irvine, age 37. Some ages may be slightly misreported.

712)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 24-25 (1842-1843), FHL #0030325

713)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 26-27 (1844-1847), FHL #0030326

714)

Bible Record of Robert Berry (1778-1837) and Rebecca Scott (1783-bef 1860)
Original in possession of Beverly Sue McKinney, 401 N. Austin unit A, Oak Grove, Missouri 64075

bobeezsis@aol.com

715)

Monroe County, Missouri Marks & Brands 1831-1870

http://www.rootsweb.com/~momonroe/marks.htm 

716)

Monroe County, Missouri Deed Book, Oct. 1832

717)

Monroe County, Missouri Will Book A

718)

Beverly Sue McKinney Berry Research Files, 401 N. Austin unit A, Oak Grove, Missouri 64075

bobeezsis@aol.com 

719)

Monroe County, Missouri Letters of Administration, Book A (1832-1829)
http://www.rootsweb.com/~momonroe/lettersadm.htm 

720)

Federal Census, Monroe County, Union Township, Missouri

721)

Federal Census, Monroe County, District 59, Missouri

722)

Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 14

723)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 18-19 (1831-1834), FHL Film #0030322

724)

Augusta County Virginia Cemeteries

http://www.geocities.com/augcem/index.html?1018315012530 
Airy Knoll Cemetery
http://www.geocities.com/augcem/index.html?1018315012530 

725)

Washington County, Virginia Will Books 1-3 (1777-1812), FHL #0034356

726)

The Library of Virginia, Land Office, Land Office Grants

http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
No. 47, 1800-1801, p. 296 (Reel 113) Samuel McChesney,
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
Search for “McChesney, Samuel”

727)

The Library of Virginia, Land Office, Land Office Grants

http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
Grants No. 42, 1773-1774, p. 823 (Reel 41)
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
Search for “Berry, Francis”

728)

The Library of Virginia, Land Office, Land Office Grants

http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
Grants No. 8, 1786-1787 p. 5 (Reel 74)
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
Search for “Berry, Francis”

729)

Rockbridge County, Virginia Deeds, Vol. A (1778-1788), FHL #0033761

730)

Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Application Files 1800-1900, Solomon McCampbell, S. 1694, M-804 Roll #1664
#19537 East Tennessee

731)

Knox County Register of Deeds Brands Book Including Some Mill Registrations Office of the Register of Deeds Transcribed by Judy Ingram, 1999

http://knoxcotn.org/records/brandsbk.html

732)

The Heritage of Daniel Haston, Knox County, Tennessee, Hamilton District, Superior Court B, Records 1797-1804
Nathaniel Hays vs Solomon McCampbell and Paul Cunningham

http://www.danielhaston.com/daniel/hays-cunningham.htm

733)

Commission Book of Governor John Sevier April 2, 1796 - June 16, 1801
http://www.sevierlibrary.org/genealogy/state/commbook.htm 

734)

Early Churches in Knox Co, TN -- Methodist
http://www.knoxcotn.org/churches/goodspeed/methodisthistory1887.html 

735)

Tennessee Marriages to 1825 (Ancestry.com on-line database), Jordan R. Dodd et. al. in Early American Marriages: Washington D.C. to 1825. Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx.

736)

1830 Federal Census, Knox County Tennessee

737)

Tate, Taylor, and Southern Families, World Connect Project, Database: Ann Blomquist, akblomquist@gmail.com

738)

Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Application Files 1800-1900, Solomon McCampbell, S. 1694, M-804 Roll #1664, #19537 East Tennessee

739)

1850 Federal Census, Pocahontas County, Virginia, District 47

740)

1860 Federal Census Gilmer County, Virginia, Glenville Post Office

741)

1840 Federal Census Pike County, Ohio, Beuer Township

742)

1840 Federal Census Bath County, Virginia

743)

1850 Federal Census Bath County, Virginia

744)

1860 Federal Census Highland County, Virginia, Mill Gap

745)

1870 Federal Census Highland County, Virginia

746)

Federal Census, Bluegrass Township, Highland County, Virginia

747)

William Berry (Senior), Probate File #1440, St. Louis County, Missouri, Date Filed: 1839 (Microfilm Reel: C27509), St. Louis Probate Court Digitization Project, 1802 – 1900

http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/stlprobate/#search 

748)

1860 Federal Census, Augusta County, Virginia

749)

Airy Knoll Cemetery, Augusta County, Virginia
http://www.geocities.com/augcem/AiryKnoll.html
Contained in the USGenWeb Augusta Co, Virginia cemetery transcription project segment
http://www.geocities.com/augcem/index.html?1018315012530 

750)

A Seed Bed of the Republic, Early Botetourt, A Study of Pioneers in the Upper (Southern) Valley, Virginia by Robert Douthat Stoner, printed and bound in the USA by Kingsport Press, Inc., Kingsport, Tennessee, 1962

751)

Soldiers of Marion County, Ohio 1776 – 1900, written and edited by David C. Hartline, Marion OH, 1972

752)

Nesbit Family Cemetery, Monroe County, Missouri Cemetery Listings, http://www.rootsweb.com/~momonroe/nesbitcem.htm
Original Location: 3 miles southeast of Stoutsville, Mo, compiled by: Mr. Raymond McCreery on March 30, 1968

753)

1820 Federal Census, Smith Township, Posey County, Indiana

754)

Virginia Patent #8608, Original Virginia Surveys: Vol. 76, Patent Numbers: 8585-8673, Land Office, Secretary of State, Capitol Building, Frankfort, KY

755)

Virginia Grants, Bk. 9, Pgs 533-534, Land Office, Secretary of State, Capital Building, Frankfort, KY

756)

Virginia Land Office, Preemption Certificates, 1780 - Numbers 681-1005, Reel 3, Frame 438, Original at Virginia Library, Richmond, VA. Microfilm Copy at Kentucky Land Office, Secretary of State, Frankfort, KY.

757)

Virginia Land Office, Preemption Certificates, 1780, Numbers 681-1005, Reel 3,
Frame 439 & 440, Kentucky County, Virginia Auditors Receipt # 808, Original at Virginia Library, Richmond, VA. Microfilm Copy at Kentucky Land Office, Secretary of State, Frankfort, KY

758)

Preemption Warrant #808 for Virginia Patent #1021 No. 2, Original Virginia Surveys, Vol. 6. Patent Numbers 898-1050. Land Office. Secretary of State, Capital Building, Frankfort, KY, Land Office Treasury WARRANT, No. 808

759)

Land Office Copy of Grant finalizing Virginia Patent #1021 No. 2. Virginia Grant Book 7. Page 24 & 25. Original at Kentucky Land Office. Secretary of State, Capitol Building, Frankfort, KY

760)

Jefferson Entry Book A, Page 18, Entry reserving 400a Certificate of Settlement Tract for Virginia Patent #1021 No. 1.

761)

Augusta County Virginia, Marriage Bonds, Consent, No 87-50, Augusta County Marriage Records, Augusta County Clerk’s Office, Staunton Virginia

762)

1830 Federal Census, Harrison County, Kentucky (Western Division)

763)

Virginia Historic Marriage Register: Augusta County Marriages, 1748-1850, by John Vogt and William Kethley Jr.,

764)

Supplement to First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia, 1785-1813, Staunton Virginia, 1978, page 5.

765)

1850 Federal Census, Boone County, Missouri, p. 450, District No. 8; Dwelling No. 1687, Jonathan Douglass and Mary Douglass, Mary was listed as being 62 years old and born in Kentucky

766)

Tombstone Inscription, Brierly Cemetery, Vermilion County, Illinois, Elizabeth, Wife of Caleb Worley, Died Oct. 3, 1870, Aged 80 years

767)

Harrison County, Kentucky Will Book C, pages 265, 266,
Will of John Nesbit, Dated 6 Feb. 1834, proved: 11 Mar. 1834

768)

1860 Federal Census, Harrison County, Kentucky, District 1, Dwelling 703
William Nesbutt, age 65, born in Kentucky

769)

1800 Tax List Scott County, Kentucky
http://www.censusfinder.com/kentucky-census-records9.htm

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ky/scott/taxlists/tax1800.txt

770)

1850 Federal Census, Bracken County, Kentucky, page 446
Joseph and Sarah Shawhan, Sarah age 47, born in Kentucky

771)

Scott County, Kentucky, Will Book A, pages 392-393
Will of John Risk, dated 4 Sep 1805, proved Mar 1808, abstracted in Kentucky Records: Early Wills and Marriages Copied from Court House Records, by Ardery, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1986; reprint, orig. pub. Lexington Kentucky, 1926, p. 88

772)

1830 Federal Census, Fleming County, Kentucky, p. 16 (Western Division)
James Cummins James age 30-40 (born between 1790 and1800 matches the 1850 census, which shows James age 55. James’ wife in 1830 falls in the 20 to 30 year old age bracket (born 1800-1810), which matches Hester.

773)

Tombstone Inscription, New Salem Cemetery, Boone County, Indiana, from Elizabeth Prather Ellsbury, Cemetery Records of Boone County, Missouri, Chillicothe MO: ca. 1965, Vol. 2, transcribed at Ancestry.com
Virginia Nichols, w. of Thomas Nichols, d. 26 Dec 1869, age 60y 6m 16dys; bur. New Salem Cemetery

774)

Abstracted reference: Nesbitology: Newsletters 6-9 Otis B. Nesbit, Nesbit Society, United Kingdom, Publication No. 10, Cambridge 1995 http://www.nisbetts.co.uk/archives/nesot2.htm

775)

Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 36, page 12, v. 33-36 1804-1811, LDS Microfilm # 30355

776)

Harrison County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds, 1809 – 1812, LDS Microfilm 216878

777)

Memoirs of Rev. Thomas Hiram Worley (1930), pp. 6, 11
“Caleb Worley married Elizabeth Nesbit December 4, 1811.”
“The wife of Caleb Worley was Elizabeth Nesbit, daughter of John Nesbit. [They were] married in Kentucky in 1811.”

778)

Martin-Wright Bible Record, Samuel Nesbit Documentation File, DAR Library, Washington D.C, Statement from Washington County Historical Society, Salem, Indiana, dated 18 Aug 1960, certified by society secretary as correct copy of records in society files, citing Bible Record (Peoples Edition of the Revised New Testament, edited by Francis B. Hoyt, D.D. Jones Brothers & Co., Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Chicago, J.C. Chilton & Co., Detroit, 1881)

779)

Inscription of Lewis/Nesbit Tombstones, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Smith Township, Posey County, Indiana in Samuel Nesbit Documentation File, DAR Library, Washington D.C., compiled by Lesba Lewis Thompson.]

780)

Private Claims Pension Bill, U.S. Congress: HR 81, 'A Bill Concerning Invalid Pensioners,' introduced March 17, 1808, by Mr. David Holmes (Democratic- Republican of Virginia), from the Committee of Claims; passed the House and Senate and signed into law April 25, 1808; copy of original bill from the archives of the Library of Congress.

781)

DAR Patriot Index (2003) National Society Daughters of the American
Revolution, Millennium Administration, Baltimore, Gateway Press 2003, Vol. II p. 1956

782)

Sessional & Other Records, Livonia Presbyterian Church, Samuel Nesbit Documentation File, DAR Library, Washington D.C, Statement from Washington County Historical Society (Madison Township, Washington County, Indiana), Salem, Indiana, dated 18 Aug 1960, certified by society secretary as correct copy of records in society files citing Page 1, Sessional and Other Records of Livonia Presbyterian Church

783)

USGENWEB homepage for Harrison County, Kentucky
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyharris/home.htm 

784)

The Formation of Kentucky Counties, KYUSGENWEB
http://www.kygenweb.net/counties/formation.html

785)

Family Search, The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints,
http://www.familysearch.org/
To search for available microfilms for a specific county select the “Library” tab
Then select the “Family History Library Catalog” tab
Then select the “Place Search” option
Under “Place” option enter the name of the county
Under the “Part of” option enter the name of the state
On the “Place Search Results” page, select the appropriate option
Under the “Place Details” page, select the appropriate option

786)

Historical Statements Concerning the Battle of Kings Mountain and the Battle of Cowpens South Carolina, 70th Congress, 1st Session House Document No. 328, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1928
http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/revwar/KM-Cpns/AWC-KM-FM.htm 

787)

Landscape Restoration Project Cowpens National Battlefield
http://www.pd-go.com/files/upload-8914.pdf 

788)

Cowpens – Administrative History, National Park Service,
http://www.nps.gov/archive/cowp/adhi/adhit.htm

789)

789) A Devil of a Whipping - the Battle of Cowpens, by Lawrence E. Babits, the University of North Carolina Press,Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1998

790)

790) Virginians in the Revolution, John H. Gwathmey, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1987, page. 581
Samuel Nesbitt, Capt. Stewart’s Co, Augusta

791)

Samuel Nesbit DAR Documentation File, Letter dated 31 July 1931 from Sarah (Lewis) Reel, a granddaughter of Samuel Nesbit, cited by DAR applicant Lesba Lewis Thompson, reports a family tradition Sarah Reel heard from her Aunt Margaret Nesbit, a daughter of Samuel Nesbit. Samuel's daughter, Margaret Nesbit, stated that her father, Samuel Nesbit "had his chin cut off in the Revolutionary War at the Battle of Cowpens."

792)

County Boundary Historical Atlas, The Gold Bug, PO Box 588, Alamo, CA 94507

793)

Canada, Mexico and United States, ESRI Data & Maps, ESRI, 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373-8100

794)

Download Census 2000 TIGER lines/Shapefiles, ESRI GIS and Mapping Software, select data by county or layer, http://arcdata.esri.com/data/tiger2000/tiger_statelayer.cfm?sfips=21 

795)

South Carolina – Federal Lands and Indian Reservations, in The National Atlas of the United States of America, US Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey,
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/united_states/fed_lands_2003/south_carolina_2003.pdf 

796)

The Battle of Cowpens, The Chaplain School of the United States Army
http://www.carlisle.army.mil/cgi-bin/usamhi/DL/showdoc.pl?docnum=555

797)

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ 
Document Number: 1208, MO0270__.208

798)

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ 
Document Number: 2909, Accession/Serial #:MO0300__.352

799)

Monroe County, Missouri, Deed Book B, page 140

800)

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ 
Document Number: 4662, Accession/Serial No. MO0340__.040

 

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