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FUSHIA COLOR IS MINE AND PEGS RELATIONS
BLUE IS CLUES TO HUDSON JOHNSON
GREEN IS KNOWN MICHAEL JOHNSON DNA INFORMATION AND CONNECTING INORMATION

Haplogroup I  -The I, I1, and I1a lineages are nearly completely restricted to northwestern Europe. These would most likely have been common within Viking populations. One lineage of this group extends down into central Europe. Haplogroup I dates to 23,000 years ago or longer. Lineages not in branches I1a, I1b or I1c are found distributed at low frequency throughout EuropeGroup White Oak http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i.html#Group_White_Oak

Purple is Cousin Joe Matlock Research

Maroon is connecting of Johnson surname researcher to A. Euell Johnson

Haplogroup I  -The I, I1, and I1a lineages are nearly completely restricted to northwestern Europe. These would most likely have been common within Viking populations. One lineage of this group extends down into central Europe. Haplogroup I dates to 23,000 years ago or longer. Lineages not in branches I1a, I1b or I1c are found distributed at low frequency throughout Europe Group Sessile Oak http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i.html

 

Olive is the DNA LINE of Leonard Johnson and Todd Johnson

Haplogroup I1b -This subgroup of Haplogroup I is found within the Balkans countries at it's greatest frequency and diversity. These countries probably harbored this subset of Haplogroup I as a refuge during the Last Glacial Maximum. Group Norway Sprucehttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i1b.html

 

Gold is the Color for descendants of Colonel Richard Johnson

 

Turquoise is the DNA of Jeffery Michael Johnson

Haplogroup E3a - Haplogroup E3a is an Africa lineage. It is currently hypothesized that this haplogroup dispersed south from northern Africa within the last 3,000 years, by the Bantu agricultural expansion. E3a is also the most common lineage among African Americans

 

My Notes On This Group: The Roman Empire was the first to use troops all over the world they left blood groups ever where they went from Countries of Africa to England: The Roman Empire was one of the VAST spreading Empires in the World to first use troops of other Countries it conquered. The use of using other troops from Conquered Countries spread with each developing Empire.

 

Red is the County lines and Parish Lines: These lines can and will change people in a County or in a Parish. This is to serve as a Time line to show changes, in lines or in changes where families moved to from this area.

 

Notes: Some Quaker dates have been translated Before the 1752 calendar change, the first month of the year was March.  From: Mary E.

Dale Parish, Chesterfield Co., VA

1636 Dec: Charles City: p.95 Patent bk. 1, pt. 2, p.590. RALPH WYATT, Gent. to Richard Johnson, Roger Davis & Abraham Wood, Planters, 21 year lease; last day of Dec. 1636. One parcell of land lying & being from Sizemores Creek & soe up the creek as farr as Capt. Buttons land doth extend, from thence up to the Rock in apamattock River, thence along the river & soe into the Baye & from thence to Seizmore his creek againe. Said WYATT, his assigns &c. shall possess & enjoy 10 acs. of the land aforesaid runing down from the Rock above mentioned. Signed: RALPH WYATT. Witnesses Joseph Fister, Daniell Lewellin

3 CF#005C (VPB) Patent Book 1 page 590? 31 Dec 1636 or 8 June 163. from Ralph Wyatt Gent.To Richard Johnson, Ro 10 acresHENRICO COUNTY PATENT BOOK REFERENCES Land Deeds 1636 Ė 1783 http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeedreferences..htm

 

TYPE: Patent - ref CF#005C VPB 1 p590? Date: 31 Dec 1636 or 8 June 1639 from Ralph Wyatt Gent. to Richard Johnson, Roger Davis & Abraham Wood, Planters Ref: 10 acres end
 
These lands will come into Chesterfield Co when it forms per its compass points.

Notes: Abraham Wood

Abraham Wood was the pivot about which all the military and industrial activity at Fort Henry revolved. Before becoming the commander of Fort Henry, he had served as burgess from Henrico County. Though he did not stand for election as a burgess from Charles City until 1654, it is scarcely probable that he kept his fingers out of politics. For a time, however, he concentrated upon the exploration of unknown lands. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vadinwid/apamatica/ch1.htm

Notes: Ralph Wyatt

Joseph Fister

Notes: Sizemore Creek

Notes: Daniel Lewellin

Notes: Richard Johnson

1636 Dec: Ralph Wyatt to Richard Johnson, Roger Davis & Abraham Wood planters Dec 1636 Land lying & being from Sizemores Cr and up cr as far as Capt. Buttonís land, thence To the Rock in Apamattock Riv and so into the Bay .. 10 acs running down from the Rock, lease 21 years. CPv1 Linda Starrs research

1639 Elizabeth Johnson by Richard Johnson The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1639 Francis Johnson by Richard Johnson The source for the copies is EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS by George Cabell Greer. The date on the fly leave is 1978, but it appears to be a much earlier work. It covers immigrants from 1623 to 1666 From: A.E. Johnson [mailto:bigfoot@cyberback.com

1642 Oct: Abraham Wood Henrico Co. Oct 1642 E upon Sizemores Cr running towards Henrico Rivers & the S side butting upon Appamattocke Riv Richard Johnson 350 acs at Neck of Land June 1639 N. upon land of James Usher, E upon Main river, S towards Godspeeds Forte due per adv of his wife Elizabeth and son Francis CPv1Lind Starrs research

Notes: is this Richard Johnson the Servant of Wm. Farrar who The Mother of Temperance Bailey married as she was the Widow of Lt. Thomas Bailey: Temperance Bailey married LTC Richard Cocke

Notes: Roger Davis

Notes: Sizemores Creek

Notes: Capt Button

1661 April 27: Thomas Meredith. 1370 acres.Upon the North side of Chickahominy main swamp about a mile & a half from Powhite swamp. PATENTS ISSUED DURING THE REGAL GOVERNMENT; Wm. and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. 1
Notes: Thomas Meredith
Thomas Mines.Feby. 3, 1662.800 acres.Upon the branches of Chickahominy swamp adjoining the land of Thomas Meredith, George Smith, &c.
 
Philip Freeman.mar. 10, 1673/4.650 acres.Upon the Main swamp of Chickahominy river, 

above Westham path, and adjoining to the Land of Thomas Meredith.

Notes for Thomas Meredith, Sr.:
[Meredith.FTW]
Granted 4000 acres in New Kent County between 1636 and 1683 for "transporting persons to the colony"; 1370 acres were on the north side of Chickahoniny River, 1.5 miles from Powhite Swamp. That land was home to Merediths from 1658 to 1836. Last owned by Dr. Reuben Meredith (grandson of Elisha and great-grandson of Samuel, Sr). He was Justice of the Peace.

 

Land was originally in area called New Kent County (St. Peter's Parish) in 1654; later called Hanover County (St. Paul's Parish). http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/l/James-B-Holladay/GENE5-0018.html

Notes: in 1704 Capt Fosterís List of St. Peterís Parish will go into St. Paulís Parish and St. Paulís makes up Hanover County.

Notes: 1733 June; Michael Holland Ďof Hanoverí (3450 acs Henrico) S side Chickahominy Sw, crossing John Martinís path & John Watsonís path; crossing Thompsonís lower & upper brs E side Meridethís Br adj Holland, Col. R. Thompson, Conway, Smith, Thos Merideth & John Johnston June 1733. Part of grant to sd Holland 1727. CPv4 research of Linda Starr

Chickahominy Swamp

1661 Oct 20: Hoell Price: New Kent Co.and John Underhill New Kent Co: 3409 acres beg. & c. on the North side of the main swamp of Chickahominy, thence to Powhite Swamp. Land Office Patents # 6 1666-1679 pt 1 and 2 pg 499 on reel 6: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1685 April 20: New Kent CO: Christopher Berriman: 1250 acres on the south side of York River, betwixt the branches of Mattedequin Creek, and the branches on Chickahominy Swamp adjoining the land of Mr. Watson, Mr. Landyes & c.: Land Office Patents # 7, 1679-1689 vol 1 & 2: pg 456 on reel 7: Library of Virginia Achives Section

Notes: 1688 Oct 20: Henrico Co: Thomas Cocke Sr.: 1650 acres in the parish of Varina on the South Side of Chickahominy Creek Main Swamp adjoining lands of John Woodson.

Notes:1689-1695: Thomas Cock Sr: Henrico Co: 816 acres in the Parish of Varina on the south side of Chickahominy main swamp, beg. At a corner oak belonging to the land known by the name of Oposum, now in possession of John Baxter: Land Patents # 8, 1689-1695 pg 1 reel 8: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Notes: 1724 Feb 22: Henrico Co: John Watson: 400 acres on the North Side of James River and on a branch of Chickahominy Swamp called long and Hungry: Land Office Patents # 12 1724-1726: pg 135 on reel 11: Library of Virignia Archives Section:

Notes: 1733 June; Michael Holland Ďof Hanoverí (3450 acs Henrico) S side Chickahominy Sw, crossing John Martinís path & John Watsonís path; crossing Thompsonís lower & upper brs E side Meridethís Br adj Holland, Col. R. Thompson, Conway, Smith, Thos Merideth & John Johnston June 1733. Part of grant to sd Holland 1727. CPv4 research of Linda Starr

1694 April 20: New Kent Co: Gideon Macon: 155 acres it being an island on the north esat side of main run of Chickahominy Swamp, at a wading Palce near Meradays Plantation: Land Office Patents # 8: 1689-1695 pg 359 on reel 8: Library of Virginia Archives Section.

 

1727 Feb 9: John Johnson Henrico Co: 200 acres on the South side of Chickamony Swamp adjoining the land of Stephen Senter: Land Office Patents # 13, 1725-1730 vol 1 & 2, pg 201 on reel 12: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1779 November 10,  To the Honorable the Speaker and Gentn. of the House of Delegates.

The Petition of sundry Freeholders of the County's of Hanover & Henrico, Humbly sheweth:

That your Petitioners hold the Land on both sides of Chickahominy Swamp; and many places thereof, the run divides into several Sluces in such manner that yr. Petn. s. find it very Difficult to ascertain the bounds of their Lands, and also the line between the two County's. We therefore humbly conceive that if Commissioners were appointed to run the County line in the sd. swamp, it would not only reconcile the Owners of the Land on each side the Run, but might prevent many Expensive Law suits that probably will accrue if the bounds remain in the same uncertain manner as they now are, besides great advantage may arise to the Public there from.

From the wisdom of the house therefore we submit this matter to your Consideration; and in duty bound will ever Pray &c.

1799 Aug 27: George Richardson: Hanover Co.Va. 28 acres on Chickahomony Swampland beginning at Thos. Meacons Corner on Powhite Swamp adjoining John Bailey: Land Office Grants # 42 1798-1799 pg 555 on reel 108 : Libray of Virginia Archives Section.

Powhite Creek is in Current Hanover County and Chesterfield Co.

1661 Oct 20: Hoell Price: New Kent Co.and John Underhill New Kent Co: 3409 acres beg. & c. on the North side of the main swamp of Chickahominy, thence to Powhite Swamp. Land Office Patents # 6 1666-1679 pt 1 and 2 pg 499 on reel 6: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

Notes: Hoell Price

Notes: John Underhill

 

1664 July 3: John Underhill and William Bassett: New Kent Co. 463 acres on the south side of Weynoake Swamp. Beg. & C. belonging to the bounds of Peter Adams Land: Land Office Patents # 5 1661-1666 vol 1 & 2 pg 161 on reel 5: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

Note of Interest John Underhills lands were on Weynoake Swamp in 1664 in New Kent County did this swamp have a name change?

 

Notes: 1664 July 3: John Underhill; New Kent Co: 309 acres on the land of said Underhill and William Bassett on the branches of Black Creek: land Office Patents # 5 1661-1666 vol 1 & 2 pg 162 on reel 5 Library of Virginia Archives Section.

 

Notes: 1690 April: John Underhill St Peterís Parish Apr 1690 beg at his own land adj Edward Johnson On Powhite Swamp, to Beaver Dam br on pickanock Path adj Bassett & Austin, Down Brandy Br CPv2

Notes: 1695 April:: James Minge St Peterís Parish Apr 1695 beg at his own land cornerofEdward Johnson, down Powhite Sw to Beavor Damm Br to Pickanock Path on Bassett & Astingís line, down Brandy br granted Underhill, deserted CPv2 Linda Starrs Research

Notes James Minge Lands border Col. Richard Johnson lands and James Minge lands border those of Edward Johnson and Minge lands will go into Surry Co

 

Notes: Black Creek

Notes: Peter Adams

Notes: Weynoake Swamp

1662Robert Hudson I, born Abt. 1662 in Henrico County, VA; died Abt. 1757 in possibly Chesterfield County, VA. He was the son of Richard Hudson II and Mary Bowman. He married Mary Ferguson.: http://www.geocities.com/hudsonsofamelia/hudson1.html

 

Notes for Robert Hudson I

 

Robert Hudson, I "Hudsons of Chesterfield" (Richard, Richard, William, William, "Gentleman" Henry) was born February 01, 1661 in Henrico County, VA, and died October 09, 1731 in Chesterfield County, VA. He married Margaret Ferguson (Ffarguson) Aft. 1680 in probably Virginia. She was born Bet. 1660 - 1663 in Virginia?, and died 1693 in Chesterfield County, VA.

 

2 November 1705. Henrico Co. Va: Grantee(s): Robert Hudson, and , Thomas Folland, Jr (Thomas Pollard) Description: 940 acres on the north side of Swift Creek, Begg. &c. on the creek below the mouth of the great Branch. Source: Land Office Patents No. 9, 1697-1706 (v.1 & 2 p.1-742), p. 713 (Reel 9).

 

17 August 1725 Henrico Co. Va: Grantee(s): RobertHudson, and John Ferguson, Description: 400 acres on both sides of Swift Creek Begg. &c. on the north side of the creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 12, 1724-1726, p. 308 (Reel 11).

 

30 August 1743 Description Thomas Richardson: Henrico Co. Va: 354 acres begg. &c. on the North side of the Beaver ponds of Swift Creek; thence on Robert Hudsonís line. Source: Land Office Patents No. 21, 1742-1743 (v.1 & 2 p.1-674), p. 565 (Reel 19).

 

NOTES: JOHN FERUGSON

 

Notes What is the relationship to Margaret Ferguson married to Robert Hudson?

 

17 September 1731 John Ferguson Location: Henrico County. Description: 1365 acres on the North side of Appamattox River. Adjoing. his old survey, land of Thomas Belcher and Moses Ferguson. Source: Land Office Patents No. 14, 1728-1732 (pt.1 & 2), p. 371 (Reel 11).

 

20 August 1741: John Rudd: Location: Henrico County.Description: 312 acres adjoing. land of Thomas Chetham his own, Ellison Clark, John Ferguson &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 19, 1739-1741, p. 1105 (Reel 17).

 

NOTES: THOMAS POLLARD

 

NOTES: THOMAS RICHARDSON

 

NOTES: THOMAS BELCHER
NOTES: MOSES FERGUSON|
NOTES: THOMAS CHEATHAM or THOMAS CHETHAM
NOTES: ELLISON CLARK

 

Children of Robert Hudson and Mary Ferguson are:

i. Samuel Hudson, born Bet. 1681 - 1734 in VA; died 1761 possibly in Elbert County, GA. He married Drucilla (unknown). She was born Bet. 1680 - 1740, and died possibly in Elbert County, GA

 

ii. Robert Hudson II, born 1685 in Henrico County, VA; died 1757 in Swift Creek, Chesterfield County, VA. He married Martha Hancock Abt. 1720 in VA, daughter of John Hancock. She was born Bet. 1680 - 1686 in VA, and died April 02, 1758 in Chesterfield County, VA.

 

NOTES: JOHN HANCOCK

Notes; does this Connect to my Hancock Lines.

 

NOTES: My lines of John Hatcher Jr WIFE IS Martha Tanner, son of John HATCHER Srand WIFE IS Mary Hancock. by Nel Hatcher HATCHER-L@rootsweb.comthere descendants go into Bertie County NC

iii. John Hudson, born 1687 in VA. He married Ann Robertson; born Bet. 1680 - 1700.

 

NOTES: ANN ROBERTSON

Notes: which side of the Robinson- Robertson Family a Robertson died inChesterfield Co Va. In era of 175o: Also Christopher Robinson-Robertson owned lands near the Hudson Families in 1655 era. This appears to be the off spring of Christopher Robertson, whose lands were on Mr. Hatchers Run. This Christopher descends from Nicholas Robinson. So this is most likely a Great Aunt to General James Randolph Robertson.

Notes: 1652 Feb 23: Christopher Robinson: Related See also the following surname(s): Robbinson, Robertson, Robison. Note Location: Henrico County. Grantee(s): Christopher Robinson, and John Sturdevant. Description: 600 acres upon the head of the Eastern Run of the Swift Creek, which run is known by the name of Mr. Hatchers Run. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 172 (Reel 2).

 

iv. William Hudson, born Bet. 1689 - 1720 in VA; died Abt. 1790. He married Susannah Irby. She was born Bet. 1720 - 1734 in VA.

 

NOTES: SUSAN IRBY

 

v. Peter Hudson I, born 1690 in Henrico County, VA; died October 07, 1752 in Halifax County, VA. He married (1) (unknown) Abt. 1708 in VA. She died Bef. August 1723 in VA. He married (2) Martha Briggs August 20, 1723 in Henrico County, VA. She was born Bef. 1690 in VA ??, and died 1774 in Halifax County, VA.

 

vi. Phebe Hudson, born 1690 in VA; died 1760. She married James Hudson; born Aft. 1658 in Henrico County, VA. Note: James Hudson was a cousin.

 

vii. Henry Hudson I, born 1693 in Chesterfield County, VA; died Aft. March 31, 1756 in Chesterfield County, VA. He married Mary Russell Aft. 1720 in VA. She was born Bef. 1705, and died Aft. 1735 in Chesterfield County, VA.

1669 Oct 27: TYPE: Patent - Date: 27 Oct 1669 ref [Patent Book 6:272-2] to 18) Thomas Stegg contract 27 Oct 669 Ref: 2773 acres Henrico/South side of James River at head of own old patent at falls loc 5785 -31507 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) Henrico/South side of James River at head of own patent at falls. 0.Pohickory marked 3 ways line WxN; 140 poles ?40p - Point B) 1. __ line W; 132 poles - Point C) 2. __ line WNW.50pN; 100 poles ?00p - Point D) 3. __ line WxN; 60 poles - Point E) 4. __ line Northwest 54 poles ?4p - Point F) 5. __ line W; 62 poles ?W - Point G) 6. __ line WNW; 50 poles ?0p - Point H) 7. __ line NWxW; 20 poles - Point I) 8. __ line W; 96 poles - Point J) 9. __ line WxN; 44 poles WX? - Point K) 10. __ line W; 94 poles - Point L) 11. __ line NWS; 40 poles - Point M) 12. __ line NWxN; 116 poles - Point N) 13. __ line Northwest 28 poles - Point O) 14. __ line WNW; 80 poles - Point P) 15. __ line Northwest 60 poles N?? - Point Q) 16. __ line NWxW; 60 poles - Point R) 17. __ line W; 80 poles - Point S) 18. __ line Northwest 48 poles - Point T) 19. __ line NWxN; 88 poles - Point U) 20. to a...fullest extent of Col Steggs his land upon the river... line Southwest 300 poles - Point V) 21. -- line SExS; 370 poles - Point W) 22. Powhite Run HYD line ESE; 876 poles - Point X) 23. __ line Northeast 100 poles ?00p - Point Y) 24. __ line ESE; 240 poles ??E - Point Z) 25. __ line NExE; 320 poles to beginning Difficult reading - errors likely 1850 acres formerly granted to Thomas Stegg 29th ....166? 923 acres due...19 pers" Sta 24: Brg from SXE to ESE to match TSt2g669 - Quality of survey: Tentatively located. http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

1669 Oct 22: TYPE: Patent - Date: 27 Oct 1669 ref [Patent Book 6:437-2] to 22) Thomas Stegg contract 27 Oct 669 Ref: 2773 acres Henrico/South side of James River at falls(hd of own old patent loc 5614 -32777 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) Henrico/South side of James River at falls(hd of own patent. 0. Pohickory marked 3 ways line WxN; 140 poles - Point B) 1. __ line Southwest 132 poles ?W - Point C) 2. __ line WNW.50pN; 100 poles - Point D) 3. __ line WxN; 60 poles - Point E) 4. __ line WNW; 54 poles - Point F) 5. __ line W; 62 poles - Point G) 6. __ line WNW; 20 poles - Point H) 7. __ line WNWxW; 20 poles - Point I) 8. __ line W; 96 poles - Point J) 9. __ line WxN; 44 poles - Point K) 10. __ line W; 94 poles - Point L) 11. __ line Northwest 40 poles - Point M) 12. __ line NWxN; 116 poles - Point N) 13. __ line Northwest 28 poles - Point O) 14. __ line WNW; 80 poles - Point P) 15. __ line Northwest 60 poles - Point Q) 16. __ line NWxW; 60 poles - Point R) 17. __ line Northwest 80 poles - Point S) 18. __ line Northwest 48 poles - Point T) 19. __ line NWxN; 88 poles - Point U) 20. To a small hill being the farthest extent of .. Steggsz lands upon the river line Southwest 360 poles - Point V) 21. __ line SExS; 370 poles 3??p - Point W) 22. Powhite Run HYD line ESE; 876 poles - Point X) 23. __ line Northeast 100 poles - Point Y) 24. __ line ESE; 240 poles - Point Z) 25. __ line NExE; 320 poles to beginning 1880 acres granted to to Thomas Stegg 29 ... 1663 & 923 acres for 19 persons - Quality of survey: Tentatively located. include decl -4.6 end http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Notes: Thomas Stegg:

 

Thomas Stegg is the Kinsman of Col. William Byrd of Westover Parish and he owned lands on Sellars Creek and Oldmans Run where we find the families of Thomas Murrell married to Elizabeth Oliver whose families own lands on Upper Chipoakes Creek.LTC Daniel Clarke married the widow Mary Ashton Cocke of the late LTC Richard Cocke of Henrico Co. Va. We will also see later in this time line that LTC Richard Cockeís Off springare land owners beside John Watson.

 

William Byrd and Thomas Steggís in these Henrico Co Va. Deeds, the land per compass points will be part of Chesterfield Co when is forms.,

Notes: Powhite Run:

1671 Sept. 25: TYPE: Patent - ref CF#043B VPB 6 p231 Date: 25 September 1671, Sr. William. Berkeley Knt Governor to Gilbert Elam 867 acres 3 rood 24 pole Ref: 503 acres hereof formerly Granted to the said Elam by Patt. dated the 18th of March 1662 lying and being in Henro. Coty. on the South side of Ja: River above Bermuda hundred between Tho. Shippy his land & Richard. Johnson his Land 503 acres pt. hereof formerly Granted to Robt. Elam by patt dated the 20th of 9Branch 1652 & now due to the said Gilbert as marrying the Daughter of the sd Robt. Elam 364 acres 3 rood 24 pole the residue due by transpor. of 7 persons Eliza. Elam, Martha Elam, Richard [Simmes], Francis Martin, John Griffith, Martha Elam, Eliza. Elam, loc -48880 -20432 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) Bounded from the River into the woods SWxS 380 Poles; line swxs; 380 poles into the woods - Point B) thence NNW 338 Poles; toward Richard Johnsons Land line nnw; 338 poles toward Richard Johnson - Point C) thence ENE 330 Poles; down to line ene; 300 poles - Point D) the River, down the river as the river Bayeth to the place wher it began survey line ; down the River end Deeds granted in old Chesterfield, County Hundreds of Deeds granted in colonial Henrico County, Virginia from 1636-1783

These compass points place this land in Chesterfield Co. when it forms. So one of the earliest Richard Johnsonís of the Colonies, his lands will go into Chesterfield Co. when it formed so will his neighbors lands, of one Gilbert Elam, Robert Elam, Thomas Shippy

Notes: Richard Johnson

1642 Nov The Elams were represented in Henrico as early as November 1642 in the person of Robert Elam who at that date had a patent for land above Bermuda Hundred, between the lands of Thomas Sheppy and Richard Johnson and among the headrights to the patent is the name of Ann Elam Henrico County, Virginia: Beginnings of Its Families: Part I William Clayton Torrence William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 24, No. 2. (Oct., 1915), pp. 116-142. Henrico County Virginia - Deeds & Wills, 1706-1845 Film #1697555 Family History Library

1652 Nov 20: Robert Elam: Henrico Co Va.; 503 acres on the south side of James River above Beroda Hundred between Thomas Shippey's land and Rich Johnson's: Land Office Patents # 3, 1652-1655 pg 114 on reel 2: Library of Virginia Archives Section:

Robert Elam Nov 1652 S. side James Riv. Above Burmoda Hundred, betw Thomas Shippey and Richard Johnson CPv1 Linda Starrs research

1671 Sept. 25: Gilbert Elam: 867 acres 3 r. 24 po. On the South Side of James River, Barmuda Hundred between Thos. and Rich. Johnson: Land Office Patents # 6, 1666-1679 part 1 & 2 pg 231 on reel 6: library of Virginia Archives Section:

Note: Gilbert Elam Ö S. side James Riv Sep 1671, part granted 1662 above Bermuda Hundred betw. Tho. Shippy & Richd Johnson .. adj. Tract Henry Lowin, Wm Hatcher, Tho. Wells new plantation, nigh the Fox Slash, Martin Elam, Roxdale Sw., Robert Bowman Jr., Robt Elam CPv2 Linda Starrs research

Notes: Thomas Shippy

Notes: Bermuda Hundred Johnsonís

Notes: Gilbert Elam

Att a Court holden att Varina for the County of Henrico the second day of June Anno Dom 1679

Captn Randolph is ordered to†††††††

give notice to these.†††††††††††††

 

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Mr Tho Poulden 4††††††††††††††††††

Mr Gilbert Elam Sr 5†††††††††††††††

Mr Henry Gee 2†††††††††††††††††††††

John Bowman 2††††††††††††††††††††††

Tim Allen 1†††††††††††††††††††††††

Mr Gilbert Platt 5†††††††††††††††††

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/bios/earlyfam.txt

 

Notes: Robert Elam

1687 William Byrd, - 1687 BYRD1 - Land Patent - Volume 7 Page 547 5075 acres - Henrico Co. - Accurately located at West Longitude 77.473 / North Latitude 37.511 XBYRD687 Powhite Creek & South side of James River (William Elam, John Stower) freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm††

1687 April 20 TYPE: Patent - mos XBYRD687 Date: 20 Apr 1687 ref [Patent Book 7:547], Frg1 to William Byrd, Frg1 Ref: 5075 acres Henrico/Powhite Creek& South side of James Riv (William Elam John Stower loc 14042 -29609 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) 26. Great ash corner of Edward Lane's orphans line WxS; 480 poles on their line - Point B) 27. Scrubby oak line S11.25W; 150 poles on head line of orphans & land lately of William Elan - Point C) 28. Four marked trees line ExN; 320 poles down the lower line of William Elam - Point D) 29. Three marked trees standing on James River HYD against the middle of Edwards Island line S; 244 poles down along said River - Point E) 0. Stone on River HYD a little below John Stower's Ditch line WxS; 320 poles along dividing line of John Goode - Point F) 1. Marked pine line W34.5N; 84 poles - Point G) 2. Two marked trees line N2E; 290 poles over Powhatan Branch - Point H) 3. Two marked trees line N4E; 25 poles - Point I) 4. _____ line W8S; 468 poles - Point J) 5. _____ line S8W; 46 poles - Point K) 6. _____ line W8S; 104 poles - Point L) 7. _____ line W10.75N; 168 poles - Point M) 8. _____ line N10.75E; 102 poles - Point N) 9. _____ line W10.75N; 80 poles - Point O) 10. _____ line N10.75E; 36 poles - Point P) 11. _____ line W10.75N; 40 poles - Point Q) 12. _____ line N10.75E; 40 poles - Point R) 13. _____ line W47N; 196 poles - Point S) 14. _____ line W43S; 40 poles - Point T) 15. _____ line W47N; 482 poles - Point U) 16. Young marked poplar on Powhite Creek HYD line N15E; 46 poles over said Creek - Point V) 17. _____ line N40E; 50 poles - Point W) 18. _____ line E5N; 80 poles - Point X) 19. _____ line E30N; 48 poles - Point Y) 20. _____ line N15E; 80 poles - Point Z) 21. _____ line N50E; 30 poles - Point BA) 22. _____ line E; 198†† poles - Point BB) 23. Heap of Rocks on upper side the mouth of the said Creek HYD line ; 581 poles down James River Sta 24: Reedy Creek HYD, then down river 592 poles Sta 25: The late Garrison House, on outside of Islands including Harwood Sta 2: poles from 290 to 275, to match Goode + Tulli's lines 5 to 10: all adjusted to match corresponding lines of Tulli Sta 27: 150 poles is a guess Sta 1: Brg from S71.24W to S11.25W Sta 19: Poles from 382 to 482 To reach Powhite Creek Tullits line was 402 Sta 8: Poles from 46 to 468 Sta 0: Poles from 420 to 480 to reach water line Sta 6: Poles from 275 to 290 - Quality of survey: Well located. http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

This land will also come into Chesterfield Co. when it formed per the compass points on the deed.

Notes: Edward Lane's orphans

Notes: John Stower's

Notes: John Goode

John Goode came "to Virginia prior to 1660" (according to
Goode's "Virginia Cousins
) Henrico County, Virginia: Beginnings of Its Families: Part I  William Clayton Torrence William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 24, No. 2.(Oct., 1915), pp. 116-142.

Notes: Harwood Station

Notes: William Elam

Notes: John Stower

Notes: Reedy Creek Henrico Co. Va

Notes: Garrison house

Notes: Tulliís or Tulley

NOTES: William Byrd

TYPE: Patent - ref CF#139 VPB 9 p612 to William Byrd Esqr. Ref: 507 acres on the South Side of James River in Henrico Co. contract transp. of 11 pr.sons loc -68656 -40720 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) at a Poplar on the Water Course of Powhite Creek on the North Side of the same line N37W; 68 Poles; - Point B) a Pine line W7N; 95 Poles; - Point C) A Hiccory line N25W; 112 Poles; - Point D) a Red Oake line S14W; 320 Poles; - Point E) a Red Oake the Corner of a former Survey for the above sd Byrd thence A long those Lines line E15N; 43 poles; former Survey forsaid Byrd - Point F) a Black Oake line E9.5N; 52 Poles; 12 Links - Point G) A Pine line S2E; 40 Poles; 12 Links - Point H) A Black Oake survey line e6n; 111 poles E6S 111 Poles; - Point I) A Black Oake line N37E; 60 Poles; - Point J) A Shrubbed white Oake line E22S; 173 poles; 12 Lincks - Point K) A Black Oake line S54E; 67 Poles; - Point L) A white Oake line S47E; 32 Poles; - Point M) A Black Oake line E13S; 60 Poles; 12 Lincks - Point N) A white Oake on the Water Course of Powhite Creek thence up the Same according to the Severall Meanders thereof to the place WheRef: it begun survey line ; up Powhite Creek endhttp://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

 

JoshuaSTEP of Varina Parish, planter, for 3,000 lbs tobacco, to Giles WEBB, gent.. of same, my

tract lying between land of Hon. William Byrd and Daniel Johnson, on 270 acres, with all houses, ect.9 Oct 1706.Recorded:1 Nov 1706

Research Notes: 1706 Nov: Henrico Co: Joshua STEP of Varina Parish, for 3,000 lbs. Of tobacco, toGiles WEBB, Gent., of same ,my tract lying between land of Hon. William BYRD and Daniel JOHNSON , on Shockoe Creek, on north side of James River, in same Parish. 270 acres, with all houses , etc.
Dated 9 Oct 1706.
Wit: Richard MARSH Signed: Joshua (x) STEP
Henry RANDOLPH

Recorded: 1 Nov 1706. LAND DEEDS HENRICO CO., VA. FILM #1697555 ITEM #9

 

The most powerful of the Henrico families (during the period under

discusion) were the Randolphs, Cockes, Eppses and Byrds. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/bios/earlyfam2.txt

 

1690 April 21: TYPE: Patent - mos XBYRD687 Date: 21 Apr 1690 ref [Patent Book 8:53-2] to 48) Jeremiah Benskin contract 16 persons Ref: 780 acres ?Henrico/Powhite swamp of South side of James Riv (abv William Byrd loc -5343 -37589 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) Henrico/Powhite swamp of South side of James Riv (abv William Byrd. 0. White oak& 4 beeches..Powhite Island at upp end of..bear'g N12.5W fr this place line S15W; 280 poles by line of marked trees - Point B) 1. __ line S27E; 220 poles then - Point C) 2. Corner tree of William Byrds lands being 2nd cor...Powhite Creek belonging to said William Byrd line N40E; 50 poles along land of said Byrd - Point D) 3. The mouth of Powhite Creek line E5N; 80 poles - Point E) 4. __ line E30N; 48 poles - Point F) 5. __ line N15E; 80 poles - Point G) 6. __ line N50E; 30 poles - Point H) 7. __ line E; 190 poles - Point I) 8. __ survey line W41N; 447 poles along James River with meanders to beginning at the white oaktoward upp end of Powhite Island ...said Island within bounds of said Land Sta 4: Brg from E30S to E30N to match Byrd1687 Shift: sta 2 of JBENS690.INT to sta 0 of TULLH705.INT - Quality of survey: Well located. http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

 

VERY INTERSTING: We know now that Powhite Swamp is on Powhite Creek and it is on the South Side of the James River and per the compass points this land will come into Chesterfield CO. when it forms and the Creek will also be in Hanover County Va.

 

Powhite Island

Notes: Jeremiah Benskin

Notes: William Byrd

Jeremi Benskin, - 1690 JBENS - Land Patent - Volume 8 Page 53 780 acres - Henrico Co. Ė Approximately located at - Accurately located at West Longitude 77..520 / North Latitude 37.537. XBYRD687 Powhite swamp of South side of James River (abv William Byrd) freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Notes: Jeremi Benskin

1690 April 21: Jeremiah Benskin: 780 acres on ye south side of James River above ye lands of the honble Wm. Byrd Esq. at a place called Powhite Swamp: Land Office Patents # 8 1689-1695 pg 53 reel 8: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

1691 Oct 20: John Worsham:. Note Location: Henrico County. Grantee(s): John Worsham, Edward Stratton, and Abraham Womack. Description: 879 acres in the parish of Varina, and on the north side of Swift Creek: begg. at the mouth of a run known by the name of the Cold Water Run. Source: Land Office Patents No. 8, 1689-1695, p. 172 (Reel 8).

Notes: John Worsham

William Worsham was in Henrico certainly as early as November 1640 for in a patent granted to William and George Worsham in November 1652 it is stated that a part of the said land was sold by Seth Ward to the said William Worsham 2 November 1640.  William Worsham was the father of John Worsham, of the list, and "Mr. George Worsham", of the list, was the patentee. 

Will of EDWARD STRATTON (very faint and badly torn)

To son Edward Stratton, all my land, etc.

To daughter Martha Cox, (torn or missing)

To loving sister Rebechah Newman, (faded)

To John Clyborn, Jr., a heifer

To Loving wife, the negro man Jack, etc., and she to be executor.

Dated 27 Aug 1698. Wit: Richard Cocke, Jr., John Newman, John Worsham.

Recorded 3 Dec 1698. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/wills/stratton.txt

 

Notes: Edward Stratton

Notes: Abraham Womack

Notes: Cold Water Run

Circa 1718 the reference survey marker was located on James Aiken's property where Route-10 meets State Road 145 in current day Chesterfield, VA. This was just above Charles Clay's and Martha Blankinship's properties that in 1724 were located in the area called Coldwater Run. Deeds granted in old Chesterfield, County http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

 

1695 April: James Minge St Peterís Parish Apr 1695 beg at his own land corner of Edward Johnson, down Powhite Sw to Beavor Damm Br to Pickanock Path on Bassett & Astingís line, down Brandy br granted Underhill, deserted CPv2 Linda Starrs Research

 

Notes: James Minge

 

Notes the Minge families roots are in Charles City County of Weyanoke Parish: What is of Interest is James Minge owns lands By Col. Richard Johnson and now by Edward Johnson of Powhite Swamp

1690 April: John Underhill St Peterís Parish Apr 1690 beg at his own land adj Edward Johnson On Powhite Swamp, to Beaver Dam br on pickanock Path adj Bassett & Austin, Down Brandy Br CPv2

 

Notes: Edward Johnson of St. Peterís Parish

 

Notes: 1686 to 1689 Blissland Parish and St. Peters Parish were arguing over the Bounds of their Parishs andPowhite swamp and Creek were part of those lands. The boundary was settled as being the lands of William Bassettís, Bassetts Landing, Capt. Joseph Foster and Richmond Terrill andMattaquin Creek.

Notes: 1695 April: James Minge St Peterís Parish Apr 1695 beg at his own land cornerofEdward Johnson, down Powhite Sw to Beavor Damm Br to Pickanock Path on Bassett & Astingís line, down Brandy br granted Underhill, deserted CPv2 Linda Starrs Research

THOMAS ye sone of Edw'd Johnson Eliz. -- nat ye 5 of May & bapt ye 30 of ye instant, 1680
ELIZ. daughter of Edw'd Johnson Eliz. -- nat ye 7th
of July and baptised ye 6th of August 1682
PENELOPE Daughter of Edw'd Johnson Eliz. na-- ye 4 day of Agost & bapt. ye 17 of ye instant, 1684
RACHELL Daughter of Edw'd Johnson and Eliz. his wife nt ye 8 of Dec'r & bapt. ye 2 of Jan'y 1686/7.
The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent, County, Virginia 1680-1787, by The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia, Southern Historical Press, Greenville, SC, 2004 reprint. Originally published 1904 Richmond, VA: From Linda Star.

In 1704 Edward Johnson of St. Peterís Parish is on the list of Capt. Fosters which goes into St. Paulís Parish. St. Paulís Parish forms a large portion of lands in Hanover County, and Powhite Creek is in current Hanover and Chesterfield Counties.

Just a note of Interest: Compare dates of birth on Michael Johnson off spring as they are close to the same ages of the children of Michael Johnson of St. Peterís Parish.

Notes: Picanock Path or Pickanock Path

Notes: 1689 April 20: Daniel Johnston (Johnson, Jonson) Henrico Co: 391 acres in the Parish of Varina on the North side of James River adjoing. The land of Joshua Stapp and runeth & c crossing a branch of Shocko Creek and Peynoncky Path.: Land Office Patents # 7, 1679-1689 vol 1 & 2 pg 713 on reel 7: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Notes: 1689 April: Daniel Johnson 391 acs Varina Par, N side James River Apr 1689 adj. Joshua Stapp crossing br of Shacko Cr & Pequoucky Path; to Robt. Green's path trans 8: CPv2

Notes: John Gun N side James Riv & the Br of Shoccoe Cr, N side of the main Road, crossing Johnston's Br & a Br of Gillys Cr June 1736 .. part formerly granted Daniel Johnston Apr 1689 & by mesne conveyances .. CPv4 Linda Starrs research

Notes: Gilly Gromorin at a place known by the name Peckeynockey adj Henry Brazele; Gilly's old line, Daniel Johnson & Alexander Mackeney on Spring run Dec 1714 CPv3

Notes: Bassett

Notes: This is William Bassett whose families owned Bassettís landing, where in 1686 to 1689 this land and Powhite swamp, Chickahominy swamp are being disputed by Blissland Parish and St. Peters Parish. The lines will be established in 1689 with William Bassett, Richmond Terrelís and Capt. Joseph Fosters lands being idenditied as boundary lands.

Notes: Spring Run

1698 April 26: John Dennet: New Kent Co: 2317 acres adjoining his own, Edward Johnson, Bassett and Asstings. Formerly granted to James Minge Apl. 21 1695: Land Office Patents # 9 1697-1706 vol 1 & 2 pg 152 on reel 9: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

Notes: John Dennet

 

John Dennett St Peterís Par Apr 1698 Begin at his own & land of Edward Johnson On Powhite Sw; on Pickanock Path to Bassettís & Astings lines; to Brandy Br. Granted James Minge 1695, deserted CPv3 Linda Starrs Reseach

1700 April 24: Alexander Muckemy: 40 acres on an island a little above Powhite Swamp: Land Office Patents # 9 1697-1706 vol 1 & 2: Pg 256 on reel; Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

Notes: Alexander Muckemy or Alexander McKinney of St. Peterís Parish

 

1688 Oct 20: Henrico Co: Alexander MacKenny: 296 acres 3 r. 19 po. On the North side of the James River adjoining the land of Tho. Cock and John Watson formerly grtd to Tho. Wells Jan 3 1677: Land Office Patents # 7, 1679-1689 vol 1 & 2 pg 691 on reel 7: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

Very interesting as Alexander McEkenny is the neighboring land owner to the father of Sarah Watson who married Micheal Johnson. Thomas Cocke comes of the lines of LTC Richard Cocke and his wifes Temperance Bailey and Mary Ashton who remarried one LTC Daniel Clarke of Oldmanís Creek and Sellars run.

 

In checking Alexander McKennyís properties his land is near Christoper Clarks in St. Paulís Parish in 1706-1707 as he is assigned to work on the road over Beaver Dam Creek. Very interesting he folks on this road as other roads connect to them.

Notes: Alexander Mekeny Varina Par N side James River Apr 1690 beg at Sam'l Bridgewater on Gilly's Cr to Joshua Step; & Danll Johnson CPv2

Notes: Gilly Bromorin at a place known by the name Peckeynockey adj Henry Brazele; Gilly's old line, Daniel Johnson & Alexander Mackeney on Spring run Dec 1714 CPv3

Notes: (1706/7)Pg 24 THOMAS JOHNSON
In Obedience, to an order of New Kent County court bearing the date January 28th 1706/7 Appointing Christopher Clark Surveyor of a new horse Bridge which Should be made Over Beaver Dam Swamp, he applying himself to this Vestry for assistances; Its therefore order'd that Alexander McKenny, Thos Caisey, William Hogg, Thomas Bowls, Edward Clark, Thos Bailey, Thos Johnson, Isaac Winston, and Nathaniel Hodkison, giver their attendance in making the said Bridge.The Vestry Book of St Paul's Parish" Hanover County VA 1706-1786 From: BA044@aol.com

Notes: This is Thomas Johnson of Stonehorse Creek


It appears by 1706-07: Christopher Clarkes lands are now in St. Paul's Parish as is Alexander McKenny or Mackeney, Edward Clarke

 

Notes: John Watson

 

Notes: 1724 Feb 22: Henrico Co: John Watson: 400 acres on the North Side of James River and on a branch of Chickahominy Swamp called long and Hungry: Land Office Patents # 12 1724-1726: pg 135 on reel 11: Library of Virignia Archives Section:

Interesting as Chickahominy swamp was a disputed lands in 1686 to 1689 by Blissland Parish and St. Peters Parishís both in New Kent County in this time era of 1686-1689. This John Watson is the son of Alice Rowen Watson and John Watson

1704: William Byrd, - Land Patent - Volume 9 Page 612 507 acres - Henrico Co. - Accurately located at West Longitude 77.579 / North Latitude 37.522 XBYRD704 Powhite Creek freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

1704 Oct 20: TYPE: Patent - mos XBYRD704 Date: 20 Oct 1704 ref [Patent Book 9:613] to William Byrd Ref: 3664 acres Henrico/ on both sides of rd to the French settlement loc -15756 -29264 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) 14. White oak at head of Pocoshock Creek HYD line N22W; 45 poles - Point B) 15. Black oak line N11.5W; 33 poles - Point C) 16. Shrub white oak line N; 55 poles - Point D) 17. Black oak line N14W; 52 poles - Point E) 18. Spanish oak on Road line E15N; 43 poles crossing rd - Point F) 19. Black oak line E9.5N; 52 poles - Point G) 20. Pine line S2E; 40 poles - Point H) 21. Black oak line E6S; 111 poles - Point I) 22. Black oak line N37E; 60 poles - Point J) 23. Shrub white oak line E22S; 173 poles - Point K) 24. Black oak line S54E; 67 poles - Point L) 25. White oak line S47E; 32 poles - Point M) 26. Black oak line E13S; 60 poles - Point N) 27. White oak on Powhite Creek HYD line ; 828 poles down Creek Sta 26: poles 103 to 163 to reach Powhite Creek Sta 12: Poles from 60 to 163 Sta 12: Brg from E13S to E Sta 12: Brg from E to E13S Sta 5: Brg from E19.5N to E9.5N to match WBYRD704 Sta 7: Brg from E6N to E6S to match WBYRD704 Sta 9: Poles from 123 to 173 to match WBYRD704 Sta 12: Poles from 163 to 60 - Quality of survey: Well located. http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Notes: These compass points places this land in current Chesterfield Co.

Pocoshock Creek

Notes: 1689 April 20: Daniel Johnston (Johnson, Jonson) Henrico Co: 391 acres in the Parish of Varina on the North side of James River adjoing. The land of Joshua Stapp and runeth & c crossing a branch of Shocko Creek and Peynoncky Path.: Land Office Patents # 7, 1679-1689 vol 1 & 2 pg 713 on reel 7: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Notes: 1689 April: Daniel Johnson 391 acs Varina Par, N side James River Apr 1689 adj. Joshua Stapp crossing br of Shacko Cr & Pequoucky Path; to Robt. Green's path trans 8: CPv2

JoshuaSTEP of Varina Parish, planter, for 3,000 lbs tobacco, to Giles WEBB, gent.. of same, my

tract lying between land of Hon. William Byrd and Daniel Johnson, on 270 acres, with all houses, ect.9 Oct 1706. Recorded:1 Nov 1706

 

French settlement

1704 Oct 20: TYPE: Patent - mos XBYRD704 Date: 20 Oct 1704 ref [Patent Book 9:612] to William Byrd Ref: 507 acres Henrico/Powhite Creek loc -13802 -32626 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) Poplar on North side of Powhite Creek HYD line N37W; 68 poles - Point B) Pine line W7N; 95 poles - Point C) Hickory line N25W; 112 poles - Point D) Red oak line S14W; 320 poles - Point E) Red oak corner of Byrd's former survey line E15N; 43 poles along these lines - Point F) Black oak line E9.5N; 52 poles - Point G) Pine line S2E; 40 poles - Point H) Black oak line E6S; 111 poles - Point I) Black oak line N37E; 60 poles - Point J) Shrubbed white oak line E22S; 173 poles - Point K) Black oak line S54E; 67 poles - Point L) White oak line S47E; 32 poles - Point M) Black oak line E13S; 60 poles - Point N) White oak on Powhite Creek HYD survey line ; up same to begin Shift: sta 4 of WBYRD704.INT to sta 4 of BYRDD704.INT - Quality of survey: Well located. http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Again these compass Points place this lands into Chesterfield Count y when it forms

 

1704 Oct 20: TYPE: Patent - mos XLUCEY Date: 20 Oct 1704 ref [Patent Book 9:613] to William Byrd Ref: 3664 acres Henrico/on both sides of rd to the French settlement loc -4985 -32186 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) 0. Ash on Powhite Creek HYD line E32S; 128 poles - Point B) 1. Black oak line S11W; 89 poles - Point C) 2. White oak in a piece of ground line S37W; 52 poles - Point D) 3. Red oak Corner of Mr Thos Jefferson & partners line W17.5N; 46 poles along their lines - Point E) 4. White oakcorner line S36.5W; 52 poles - Point F) 5. Corner line S31.5W; 112 poles - Point G) 6. Ash in Luceys Branch HYD line ; 82 poles up the branch - Quality of survey: Well located. http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Again these compass Points place this lands into Chesterfield Count y when it forms

Notes: Thomas Jefferson

Notes: Luceys Branch

1704 Oct 20: TYPE: Patent - ref CF#140 VPB 9 p613 Date: 20 October 1704, Francis Nicholson Esqr Governor to the honble William Byrd Esqr. Ref: 3664 acres South side James River on both sides the Road to the French Settlement in Henrico Co. contract transp. of 74 pers. Paid her Majesty for 74 Rights As Appears by a Certificate of the said William Byrds Esqr being Auditor loc -57888 -36784 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) at An Ash upon the Water Course of Powhite Creek line E32S; 128 Poles; - Point B) A Black Oake line S11W; 89 Poles; 15 Lincks - Point C) a White Oak in A Swampy peece of Ground line S37W; 52 Poles; 32 Links from a Swampy peece of Ground - Point D) A Red Oake the Corner of Mr. Thomas Jefferson & partners line W17.5N; 46 Poles; Mr Thomas Jefferson & partners - Point E) a Corner White Oake line S36W; 52 Poles; - Point F) A Corner line S31.5W; 112 Poles; - Point G) An Ash in Luceys Branch thence up the Water course of the same 82 Poles; survey line Southwest 82 poles up Luceys Branch - Point H) A Spanish Oake 77 Lincks above the Spring line S7.5W; 52 Poles; from 77 Lincks above the Spring - Point I) A Corner by the Road side line W28.5S; 124 Poles; from the Road side - Point J) A Hickory thence line S19E; 108 Poles; 10 Lincks - Point K) A Corner Pine on the side of Shammapoke being the Corner of the above sd Jefferson & partners thence S39W Crossing Shammapoke 27 Poles; 12 Links line s39w; 27 poles 12 Lincks Cross Shammapoke - Point L) A Pine line S28W; 149 Poles; - Point M) A Corner Hickory line W38S; 456 Poles; - Point N) A Gum on the Watercourse of Pocoshock thence up the same according to the severall Meanders thereof 1111 Poles; 12 links survey line ; 1111 Poles; 12 Links up Pocoshock - Point O) A White Oake at the head of the Same line N22W; 45 Poles; - Point P) a Black Oake line N11.5W; 33 poles; 12 Lincks - Point Q) a Shrub White Oake line N; 55 Poles; 9 Lincks - Point R) A Black Oake line N14W; 55 Poles; 15 Lincks - Point S) A Spanish Oake on the Road side line E15N; 43 poles; Cross the Road - Point T) A Black Oake line E19.5N; 52 Poles; 12 Lincks - Point U) A Pine line S2E; 40 Poles; 12 Lincks - Point V) A Black Oake line E6N; 111 Poles; - Point W) A Black oake line N37E; 60 Poles; - Point X) A Shrubb white Oake line E22S; 173 poles; 12 Lincks - Point Y) A Black Oake line S54E; 67 Poles; - Point Z) A White Oake line S47E; 32 Poles; - Point AA) A Black Oake line E13S; 60 Poles; 12 Lincks - Point AB) A White Oake on the Water Course of Powhite Creek thence down the same according to the several Meanders thereof 828 Poles; 21 Lincks to the place wheRef: begun survey line exs; 828 Poles; down Powhite Creek end http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

 

Again these compass Points place this lands into Chesterfield Count y when it forms

 

Shammapoke

Pocoshock

 

John Tullit, - 1705 TULLI - Land Patent - Volume 9 Page 738 17,653 acres - Henrico Co. - Accurately located at West Longitude 77.450 / North Latitude 37.503 Reedy Creek & Powhite Creek freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

1705 Nov 2: TYPE: Patent - Date: 2 Nov 1705 ref [Patent Book 9:738] to John Tullit contract 353 persons Ref: 17653 acres Henrico/Reedy Creek& Powhite Creek loc 8639 -27958 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) 15. Lightwood stump line W8S; 468 poles - Point B) 16. White oak line S8W; 46 poles - Point C) 17. Black oak line W8S; 104 poles - Point D) 18. White oak line W10.75N; 168 poles - Point E) 19. Pine line N10.75E; 102 poles - Point F) 20. Black oak line W10.75N; 80 poles - Point G) 21. Hickory line N10.75E; 36 poles - Point H) 22. Pine line W10.75N; 40 poles - Point I) 23. Black oak line N10.75E; 40 poles - Point J) 24. Pine line W47N; 196 poles across the Reedy Creek - Point K) 25. Black oak line W43S; 44 poles - Point L) 26. Black oak line W47N; 482 poles - Point M) 27. Poplar on Powhite Creek line N15E; 46 poles across Creek - Point N) 28. Hickory line ; Sta 28: N40E, 54 poles - left out to make fragment Line f sta. 13: 238 to 272 poles (Goode 694), to push Byrd's lines east to coinc Sta 0: Poles from 46 to 468 to match line from sta 4 of BYRD687 Sta 8: Poles from 50 to 40 to match line from sta 12 of BYRD687 Sta 9: Poles from 178 to 196 to match line from sta 13 of BYRD587 Sta 11: Poles from 402 to 482 to match line from sta 15 of BYRD687 - Quality of survey: Well located. include decl -2 end http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Again these compass Points place this lands into Chesterfield Count y when it forms

 

John Tullit

Reedy Creek

Lightwood stump

1705 Nov 2: TYPE: Patent - ref CF#154 VPB 9 p738-740 Date: 2Nov1705 to John Tullit Ref: 17653 acres South side of James River in Henrico Co. contract Import. of 353 pers. 200 rights paid for to William Byrd Esqr late Auditor 153 rights moRef: paid for William Byrd Esqr. Recr: Genll. loc -68256 -12992 F127 L0 P255 - Point A) Corner p on the lower Line of Henry Trent survey line nwxn; 314 poles NExN 314 Poles; crossing Grindalls run to [see Philimon Childers Junr. 97 acres Henrico Co. in PB 10p300 - Point B) p line Southheast 8 Poles; - Point C) survey line s34w; 320 poles Collo. William Byrd - Point D) a broad Rock on falling Creek survey line Northwest 300 poles up & cross falling Creek - Point E) the upper Line of the aforesaid Trent to a Corner White Oake line NExN; 264 Poles; Henry Trent - Point F) p line ExN; 67 Poles; - Point G) p line SExS; 104 Poles; - Point H) BlO line NExN; 76 Poles; - Point I) pe line Northwest 76 poles Scott - Point J) Butterwood on a branch of Grindalls run survey line nnw; 100 poles up a branch of Grindalls run - Point K) p line w; 88 poles Mr Good - Point L) wO line N; 172 Poles; - Point M) p line NNE; 200 Poles; - Point N) wO line E; 238 Poles; - Point O) blO line n2e; 200 poles Collo. William. Byrd, cross Powhatan Branch - Point P) lightwood Stump line W8S; 46 Poles; - Point Q) wO line S8W; 46 Poles; - Point R) blO line W8S; 104 Poles; - Point S) wO line W10.75N; 168 Poles; - Point T) p line N10.75E; 102 Poles; - Point U) blO line W10.75N; 80 Poles; - Point V) Hiccory line N10.75E; 36 Poles; - Point W) p line W10.75N; 40 Poles; - Point X) blO line N10.75E; 50 Poles; - Point Y) p line W47N; 178 Poles; cross Reedy Cr. - Point Z) blO line W43S; 44 Poles; - Point AA) blO survey line W47N; 402 Poles; - Point AB) poplar standing on Powhite Creek line n15e; 46 poles cross Powhite Cr. - Point AC) Hiccory line N40E; 54 Poles; - Point AD) p line E5N; 86 Poles; - Point AE) wO line E30N; 6 Poles; - Point AF) wO line n27w; 112 poles on the heads of Mr John Pleasants land - Point AG) wO line N15E; 280 Poles; - Point AH) wO&Beech standing on James River survey line w; 300 poles up James River - Point AI) the mouth of Westham Creek survey line ssw; 200 poles up Westham Creek - Point AJ) poplar line w; 220 poles Jeremy Benskin - Point AK) blO line WxS; 104 Poles; - Point AL) blO line Northwest 52 Poles; - Point AM) wO line N; 34 Poles; - Point AN) blO line Northwest 30 Poles; - Point AO) Hiccory line NNE; 32 Poles; - Point AP) a Gum standing on James river survey line w; 300 poles up James river - Point AQ) a Hicory & poplar standing on the lower french line lc S45W; 838 Poles; lower french line - Point AR) BlO line W12N; 478 Poles; - Point AS) blO&wO on the french road line Southwest 70 poles from the french road - Point AT) wO thence NW to a Black Oake 100 Poles; line Northwest 100 poles lc Southwest 100 poles - Point AU) line w; 66 Poles; lc s42.25w; 66 poles - Point AV) blO line Southwest 183 poles; - Point AW) wO line WSW; 66 Poles; - Point AX) blO line W70N; 32 Poles; - Point AY) BlO line WxS; 110 poles cross falling Creek - Point AZ) BlO line W; 60 Poles; - Point BA) wO line S10W; 83 poles; - Point BB) p line WxS; 50 Poles; - Point BC) wO line WNW; 116 Poles; - Point BD) p line NxE; 36 Poles; - Point BE) p line NNE; 114 Poles; - Point BF) p line WNW; 36 Poles; - Point BG) blO line NxW; 38 Poles; - Point BH) wO line NWxW; 114 Poles; - Point BI) blO line WxS; 156 Poles; - Point BJ) wO on the Lines of Abraham Mishew line S.75W; 64 Poles; Abraham Mishew - Point BK) blO line SWxS; 14 Poles; - Point BL) Hiccory on the Lower Creek survey line nxe; 300 poles downe the Lower Creek - Point BM) Mishews Corner Hiccory at Ě mouth of a small branch survey line Northeast 100 poles up a small branch - Point BN) Mishews Corner Hiccory line NxW; 14 Poles; Mishew - Point BO) wO line WxS; 102 Poles; - Point BP) p line SWxS; 74 Poles; - Point BQ) blO line SxW.5W; 164 Poles; - Point BR) p line W15S; 62 Poles; - Point BS) blO line SxW; 38 Poles; - Point BT) wO line SW.5W; 64 Poles; - Point BU) blO line SW.75W; 30 Poles; - Point BV) blO line SSW.25W; 220 poles - Point BW) blO line SxE; 50 Poles; - Point BX) BlO line SE.75E; 240 Poles; - Point BY) wO line E; 60 Poles; cross Manchfeild Woodhouse Branch in Nottingham Parke - Point line NNE; 82 Poles; - Point BZ) BlO line ExN.75N; 48 Poles; - Point CA) wO line S; 44 Poles; - Point CB) wO line ExS; 38 Poles; - Point CC) p line NExE; 64 Poles; - Point CD) p line ESE; 134 Poles; - Point CE) wO line NExN; 28 Poles; - Point CF) p line E.5S; 56 Poles; - Point CG) wO line N; 46 Poles; - Point CH) blO line SExE; 276 Poles; - Point CI) blO standing on Bowmans Line SxE; 14 Poles; Bowman - Point CJ) blO line ESE; 164 Poles; - Point CK) blO line NExN; 72 Poles; - Point CL) BlO line SExS; 96 Poles; - Point CM) Hiccory line SxE; 138 Poles; - Point CN) blO line SWxS; 145 Poles; - Point CO) blO line SxW; 67 Poles; - Point CP) wO line SxE; 142 Poles; - Point CQ) blO line SExS; 97 Poles; - Point CR) blOake on the South side of the said Beaver ponds line exs; 320 poles thro the Beaver ponds on Elams lines Elams probably VPB 8p147, 2015 acres in Varina Parish Henrico Co. to Gilbert Elam Senr, Gilbert Elam Junr & Edward WaRef: 28Apr1691 - Point CS) wO line SSE; 302 Poles; - Point CT) Hiccory line SxE; 88 Poles; - Point CU) Elams Corner pine standing on falling Creek survey line ese; 300 poles downe falling Creek - Point CV) a Corner Gum belonging to Collo. William. Byrd line N; 114 Poles; Collo. William. Byrd - Point CW) blO line E; 256 Poles; - Point CX) blO line ESE; 112 Poles; - Point CY) p line S; 120 Poles; - Point CZ) Hiccory line SExS; 142 Poles; - Point DA) p line E; 548 Poles; - Point DB) p line SExE; 94 Poles; - Point DC) blO line NExE; 184 Poles; - Point DD) wO line E; 214 Poles; - Point DE) blO line Northeast 88 Poles; - Point DF) blOe on a small fall of Poakashock survey line exs; 150 poles downe the aforesaid Poakashock branch - Point DG) the mouth survey line Southheast 50 poles crossing falling Creek - Point DH) Ě South side so downe the said Creek on Ě South side survey line ese; 400 poles down falling Creek end http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~kallenbach/henricodeeds..htm

Again these compass Points place this lands into Chesterfield County when it forms

 

Henry Trent

Philimon Childers

Grindalls run

John Pleasants

Notes: 1679 Tythables For Henrico County Curls

Abrah Childers 2††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Richd Morish 6†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

John Howard 2††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Wm Theobald 1†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††

Robert Woodson 5†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

John Woodson Sr 3†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

John Woodson Jr 2††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Mr. John Pleasan††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Mr. John Ball 1

Edwd Goode 1

Edwd Lester 1

Henry Brazeel 1†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

John Greenhau†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Ben Hatcher 1

Wm Hews1†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††††††††

Lewis Watkins 1

Tho Holmes††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Sally Indian†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††Mr. Ben Hatcher is ordered to notify these.

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/census/1679tyth.txt

 

ffryday, March 3d, 1692/3.

Capt Miles Cary from the Committee of Elections and Priviledges Reported that ye Comittee had taken in their consideracon the severall Writts & returns to them Referred and had agreed upon diverse matters to be reported to ye house, which hee read in his place, and afterwards delivered the same in at the table, where being again read, they were agreed by the house, and thereupon resolved as followeth:

[The following persons were resolved to be burgesses]: Lt. Coll. Thomas Milner, Speaker.

Mr. John Pleasants(1), Capt. Peter Field,†††††††††† Henrico Co.

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/schools/wmmary/burgesses.txt

 

 

1700 James COCKE to Mary, daughter of John PLEASANTS, Quaker.Marriages Henrico Co., Virginia St. John's Church

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/vitals/marriages/misc0001.txt

 

30 Oct 1706......William RANDLOPH of Parish and County of Henrico, gent., to William RANDOLPH the younger, son to said William of same county, for love and affection , tract of land lately purchased of Samuel Woodward of New England, marriner. 167 acres, joining lands of said William Randolph the younger and Mr. John Pleasants, lying on Turkey Island Creek. Recorded 1 Nov 1706

 

Richard LIGON of Bristol Parish, Henrico County, is indebted to William LIGON of Henrico Parish, Henrico County, and bound for $200 1 Nov 1707.The condition is that there is a parcel of land on north side of James River, between plantation called "Curles" belonging to Col. William Randolph, and plantation of John Woodson where he lives, containing 200 acres, left to Mary Ligon by her father Capt. Thomas Harris, dec'd, .There have lately been several suits concerning right to said land, between above Richard Ligon and Thomas Ligon, son and heir of William Ligon, elder brother of said Richard.On death of said Thomas Ligon, the right of above William Ligon, dec'd, descended to above named William Ligon.William Ligon and Richard Ligon have agreed to divide the land equally between said William Ligon and Matthew Ligon, son of above Richard. the lower half to William and upper to Matthew.

Wit: John Pleasants, Joseph Pleasants

Recorded 1 Nov 1706.

 

Richard LIGON of Bristol Parish, Henrico County., for 5 shillings, to William LIGON of Henrico Parish, Henrico County, 100 acres on north side of James River, adjoing the "Curles"plantation, bounded Curles, John Woodson, the land having lately been in tenure of several tenants placed there by Mrs. Mary LIGON, dec'd, to whom said land did belong, the whole property being 200 acres. Dated 1 Nov 1706

Wit: John Pleasants, Joseph Pleasants

Recorded 1 Nov 1706

 

Bond of William LIGON of Henrico Parish, Henrico County, to Matthew LIGON, son of Richard Ligon of Bristol Parish, same county, 1 Nov 1706, the above William Ligon is brother to Thomas Ligon, dec'd, and mutually agrees to divide the 200 acres in above deeds with Matthew Ligon, son of Richard.

Wit: John Pleasants, Joseph Pleasants

Recorded 1 Nov 1706

 

William LIGON to Matthew LIGON, son of Richard Ligon, 100 acres on north side of James River, adjoining John Woodson, the river, and the Curles plantation of William Randolph.1 Nov 1706

Wit: John Pleasants, Joseph Pleasants

Recorded 1 Nov 1706

 

John Pleasants

Valentine Papers Vol. 2, p. 1080

 

1713 Transported Richard Johnson trans by John Pleasants Henrico Co. 1713 CPv3 Transports Re organized from Linda Starrs research by Counties and Rivers

 

John Pleasants, 5 Mar. 1713/14; 7 June 1714.

 

Body to be decently interred at discretion of executors;

Son John Pleasants, all my lands, mills and tenements on S. side of James River "as well patented as as on pattened,"

 

Son Thomas Pleasants, 1/2 part of mill on Turkey Island Creek and 1/2 land on Turkey Island Point;

 

Son Joseph Pleasants, 1/2 of Mill aforesaid and 1/2 land aforesaid, also tract purchased by me of Obediah Smith.

 

Witnesses; John Scott, Joseph Pleasants, Eliza Cocke.

 

On 7 June 1714, Dorothy Pleasants, relict of John Pleasants decd., being a Quaker presented this will on her solemn affirmation;

 

John Scott and Elizabeth Cocke two of the witnesses to the will

made oath thereto; Joseph Pleasants, another witness to the will, being a

Quaker, made his solemn affirmation (Henrico Records, 1710-1714, p. 269).

 

 

John Pleasants # 10405

Valentine Papers Vol. 2, p. 1087

 

Notes: 1714 De 23: Henrico Co: Richard Cocke: 2497 acres on the North side of Jame River beg. & c. being the head corner of the land of Joseph Pleasants standing on the south side of the western branch of Bever Dam Creek: Land Office Patents # 10: 1710-1719 pg 217 on reel 10: Library of Virginia Archives Section

 

Abraham Mishew

Westham Creek

Powhatan Branch

Manchfeild Woodhouse Branch

Nottingham Parke

Bowmans Line

Att a Court holden att Varina for the County of Henrico the second day of June Anno Dom 1679

Captn Randolph is ordered to†††††††

give notice to these.†††††††††††††

 

Page 132.

 

Mr Tho Poulden 4††††††††††††††††††

Mr Gilbert Elam Sr 5†††††††††††††††

Mr Henry Gee 2†††††††††††††††††††††

John Bowman 2††††††††††††††††††††††

Tim Allen 1†††††††††††††††††††††††

Mr Gilbert Platt 5†††††† †††††††††††

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/henrico/bios/earlyfam.txt

 

Note: Gilbert Elam Ö S. side James Riv Sep 1671, part granted 1662 above Bermuda Hundred betw. Tho. Shippy & Richd Johnson .. adj. Tract Henry Lowin, Wm Hatcher, Tho. Wells new plantation, nigh the Fox Slash, Martin Elam, Roxdale Sw., Robert Bowman Jr., Robt Elam CPv2 Linda Starrs research

 

 

Gilbert Elam Senr,

Gilbert Elam Junr

Poakashock branch

 

1714 June 16: New Kent Co. Va: Thomas Kersey: 150 acres beg. At Powhite Swamp by a bridge: Land Office Patents # 10, 1710-1719 pg 139 reel 10: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Notes: Thomas Kersey

1714 June: Thomas Kersey beg at Powhite Swamp by a bridge Jun 1714 imp 3: Thomas Johnson, Margarett Johnson, Isabella Bowles CPv3 Linda Starrs Research

 

1728 Graveyard Location: 9 miles from Richmond, Virginia on Route 60. Johnson family.

 

1744-1930 Clay Family Bible:  Includes bible record (4 leaves) and genealogical notes (3 leaves). Areas covered are Chesterfield County, Danville, and Richmond, Virginia, and California. Other surnames mentioned: Apperson, Ashbrook, Gregory, Johnson, Lee, Mann, Turpin and Whitehead.

 

Notes: Mosby Johnson married to Louisa A. Gregory May 22 1849

different writing ?}
Apperson H Johnson born Apr 4 1850
Ann Elizabeth Johnson born July 4, 1851
Wilbert T. C. Jhohnson {sic -- prob. s/b Johnson} born May 21 1854
{Luc}ius H. Mann born Feb 18 {year written in middle of line below}
A{f}red T Mann 1857 {year person above born} born on {T} 186{2}
Eula Ann Mann born born Mar {page torn} second 1861

DEATHS.
Mosby Johnson died May 15 1855.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sassytazzy/family/surnames/clay/bible/clayeleazerbible.html

 

1745-1931 Wright Family Bible:  Record is a typed transcript (2 leaves). Areas covered Chesterfield County, and Port Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Richmond, Virginia; and Greensboro, North Carolina. Bible printed in 1912. Other surnames mentioned: Cheatham, Dickinson, Goode, Hudson, Johnson, Jones, Phillips, Scherer, Skutt, Walter, and Wessels. DAR call number: VA/G.R.C./1985/S 1 V 236.

 

1748-1919: Turpin family Bible: Record is a transcript. Areas covered are Chesterfield County and Richmond, Virginia. Other surnames mentioned: Clay, Gregory, Johnson, King, Lee, Mann, Trabue and Williams

 

Chesterfield County formed 1749 from Henrico County Virginia

1748 Aug 20: George Wilson: Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 250 acres beginning on the south side of Swift Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 26, 1747-1748 (v.1 & 2 p.1-730), p. 692 (Reel 24).

Notes: George Wilson

Swift Creek

1749: Chesterfield Co, VA was created from Henrico Co, VA. The James River
separates present-day Henrico Co and Chesterfield Co, VA. The Appomattox River
is the southern boundary of present-day
Chesterfield Co, VA. Cobbs being
located between the James and Appomattox Rivers and on the north side of the
Appomattox River,
would indeed be located in present-day Chesterfield Co, VA

Appomattox River

1752 Nov 16: William Harrison: Related See also the following surname(s): Harryson. Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 787 acres in the Counties of Chesterfield, and Cumberland on the head of the lower Manakin Creek the head branches of Swift Creek on both sides of Buckingham road. Source: Land Office Patents No. 31, 1751-1756 (v.1 & 2 p.1-751), p. 300 (Reel 29).

Notes: William Harrison

Notes: Manakin Creek

Notes: Buckingham Road

1752 Nov 16: William Harrison: Related See also the following surname(s): Harryson. Note Location: Cumberland County. Description: 787 acres on the head of the lower Manakin Creek the head branches of Swift Creek on both sides of Buckingham road. Source: Land Office Patents No. 31, 1751-1756 (v.1 & 2 p.1-751), p. 300 (Reel 29).

Manakin Creek

1753 May 31: Henry Walthall: Other Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 1336 acres on the north side of Swift Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 32, 1752-1756 (v.1 & 2 p.1-715), p. 97 (Reel 30).

 

1754 Moll the Indian: Publication 1754 Gen. note Part of index to Chesterfield County Wills and Administrations (1754-1800) Note Her children, Johnson, Billy and Davy to be bound out by the Churchwardens, 6 Sept. 1754. Note Chesterfield Order Book 1, p. 535.

1756Jan. 16, Chesterfield Co., Deed Book 3 p. 67. Henry Dance to John Johnson. 100 acres next to William Williams, Benjamin Anders and said Dance.
Wit: Frances Moor, Elizabeth Wells, John Ward Rec: 2 July 1756. http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/ANDREWS/2001-03/0985671501

Notes: William Williams

Notes: Benjamin Anders

Notes: Dance:

Notes: Frances Moor or Moore

Notes: Elizabeth Wells

Notes: John Ward

1756 March 10: John Roberts. Related See also the following surname(s): Robertson. Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 103 acres adjoining Colo, Kennon, Johnson, Williams, and Gill, &c. and running &c, to a pine in a Slash of Reedy Branch. Source: Land Office Patents No. 34, 1756-1765, p. 58 (Reel 33-34).

Notes :John Roberts or John Robertson

Kennon

Notes: Williams

Notes: Gill

Notes: Slash of Reedy Creek

1757/1/25, Robert Hudson, will, 8 children: 2 eldest sons, 6 dts: Robert Hudson, Joel Hudson, Martha Cook, Mary Jones, Frances Newby, Margaret Gregory, Dinah Ammonet, & Tabitha Hudson, 1 sh each, already given as much as he can.

Son George plantation & all lands, & if he dies, under 21,

to son Simon.

Wife Martha plantation for life. Exec: sons Simon & George. Wit: Henry Hudson, Abraham Hudson, Joel Hudson, & John Hancock. WB 1, 259 Chesterfield Co VA wills, 1740-1774, pg 2

Notes: 1758/4/22, Martha Hudson, , will, sons Simon & George. Wit: Joel Hudson, John Newby WB 1, 297 Chesterfield Co VA wills, 1740-1774, pg 31

My cousin Donna who lives in TX has a lot of Hudson research which she gave me when visiting, I don't have it on my computer. I'll try to get her to send it. This is about all I have on computer: From: Sherrie Boone

Notes: Margaret Gregory

Notes: Frances Newby

Notes: Martha Cook

Notes: Dinah Ammonet

Notes: John Hancock

1759 April 28: Thomas Perdue: Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 218 acres on the upper side of Second Branch of the Swift Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 33, 1756-1761 (v.1, 2, 3 & 4 p.1-1095), p. 560 (Reel 31-32).

Notes: Thomas Perdue

1760 George Crisell:Gen. note Part of index to Chesterfield County Wills and Administrations (1754-1800) Note His widow, Mary Grizzell, refused to adm. his estate. Letters of Adm. granted to Peter Johnson. 5 Sept. 1760. Note Chesterfield Order Book 3, p. 74. Subject - Personal

Notes: George Crisell

Notes: Mary Grizell

Notes: Peter Johnson

1760 John Partin Gen. note Part of index to Chesterfield County Wills and Administrations (1754-1800) Note Randoll Johnson granted letters of Adm. on his estate, 5 Sept. 1760. Note Chesterfield Order Book 3, p. 76.

Notes: John Partin

Notes: Randoll Johnson

1760 March 3: William Sturdivant Jr.Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 459 acres on the south side of Swift Creek, adjoing. land of Burton and Fitzpatrick. Source: Land Office Patents No. 33, 1756-1761 (v.1, 2, 3 & 4 p.1-1095), p. 754 (Reel 31-32).

Notes: William Sturdivant Jr.

Burton

Fitzpatrick.

1760 August 22, In compliance to an order of vestry of Southam Parrish Dated September 11th 1759. we the subscribers have Possessioned the several Lines Between Randolphs Road and Appamattox River the County Line and Clover Forrest Road (Viz), Ryland Randolphs Line & Leander Hughes, Ryland Randolph and Isham Richerson, Ryland Randolph and James Anderson, Ryland Randolph and John Woodson, Ryland Randolph and William Hall, John Woodson and William Hall, John Woodson and Robert Hall, John Woodson and Roger Williams, James Anderson and Roger Williams, Ryland Randolph and Roger Williams, Ryland Randolph and Saymore Scott, Isham Richerson and Saymore Scott, Charles Williams and Saymore Scott, Charles Anderson and Saymore Scott, Charles Anderson and Charles Williams, George Wright and Charles Williams, George Wright and Charles Anderson, Witness our Hands. Present
            John Woodson Sherieff                      Charles Anderson
            Leander Hughes                                  John Woodson
            Roger Williams                                   Saymore Scott
            Powel Hughes

http://home.triad.rr.com/gilliamsofva/Cumberland/Southam%20Parish/Southam%20Parish.html

Southam Parish

Randolphs Road

Clover Forest Road

Ryland Randolph

Leander Hughs

Isham Richerson

James Anderson

John Woodson

William Hall

John Woodson

Roger Williams

Saymore Scott

Charles Anderson

Charles Williams

George Wright

Roger Williams

Powell Hughes

 

1761 Nov 5: William Johnson Born

Sir:

 

I have to advise you from the papers in the Revolutionary War pension claim S. 2661,it appears that William Johnson was born November 5,1761 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

 

While a resident of Brunswick County, Virginia, he served from May 1779 (as substitute for his father, whose name is not stated), seven weeks as a private in Captain Thomas Claiborn's Company, Colonel Judkins' Virginia Regiment; he enlisted in January 1781 and served three months as Second Sergeant in Captain William Macklin's Company, Colonel Watson's Virginia Regiment; and served six weeks as Orderly Sergeant in Captain Peter Jones' Company, Colonel St. George Tucker's Virginia Regiment, and was at the battle of Jamestown, and was discharged July 10, 1781.

 

Shortly after this he moved to Montgomery County, North Carolina, and served one month as a Lieutenant in Captain John Randle's Company, Colonel Thomas Wade's North Carolina Regiment, as was in an engagement with the Tories, September 1, 1781; and was Adjutant to Colonel William Lofton's Regiment until the last of December.

 

He was allowed pension on his application executed October 14, 1832, while a resident of Sneedsborough, Anson County, North Carolina.

 

There is no data on file as to wife and children.

 

Respectfully,

 

Winfield Scott

Commissioner

HeritageQuest Online Series: M805; Roll: 476Image: 767; File: S2661 [Following record contained in pension record] June 9, 1927 Lodowick J. Hill, Sr. Atlanta, GA

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/military/revwar/pensions/johnsn01.txt

 

Captain Thomas Claiborn's Company

(1779 Substitute for his father)What area was Capt. Thomas Claiborne from

Captain William Macklin's Company

 

1761 Nov 5: Born: William Johnson: S2661: NC Line: Soldier was born 1761 Nov 5 in Chesterfield CO. Va and he lived in Brunswick Co. Va at enlistment and also served as a sub for his father (not named) and in 1781 he moved to Montgomery CO NC and also enlisted there. He applied 1832 Oct 14 at Sneedsborough in Anson CO. NC.Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

 

Notes: interesting only Thomas Johnson is the only Johnson on 1762 Chesterfield Co. Tihtes List.

 

1762 CHESTERFIELD COUNTY VIRGINIA TITHABLES,

William Brummalley 1

Richard Cheatham, Ned 2

Stephen Cheatham 1

Benja. Cheatham, Bowser, Frank, Jamme, Lucey, Mange 6

Wm. Perkinson, James 2

George Cogbill Jur., Nell 2

Ellison Clark Junr., Henry Grissill, Cate, Tom 4

Ellison Clark, Allin 2

Cleaveland Perdue 1

Thos. Belcher 1

Wm. Perdue, Francis Perdue, & Ezekiel Perdue 3

Thos. Perdue 1

Joseph Bowman 1

John Ellett, John Ellett, Jr., Mingo, Dinah, Patt, Julius 6

Matthew Cobbs, Pompy, Betty 3

Christopher Bass, Ceaser, Dick, Kate, Lucy 5

Adam Jones, Hamton, Robin, Stephen, Weaver, Betty, Tinar, Judah 8

William Gibbs, Peter, Patt 3

Benja. Andrews, Doe 2

Thos. Johnston, Jos. Cooke, Tom 3

Joseph Vaden 1

Joseph Traylor, Jesse Traylor, Ben, Ned, Pompy, Mariah, Aggery, Sarah 8

Ralph Jackson, Symon Jackson, & Sarah 3

Joseph Bass, Prince, Stepney, Janney, Hanner, Pegg, Lucy, & John Scott 8

Henry Moody Jur., Hampton 2

Henry Moody Senr., Blanks Moody, Barthy Baugh, & Dick 4

Samuel Hatcher Ser., Charles Hatcher, Edward Hatcher, Peter, Tom, & Lucy 6

Jno. Clark wilch powel 1

Joseph Merideth 1

Wm. Hatcher Ser., Joel Hatcher, & Jude 3

Edward Hatcher 1

Matthew Farley, Matthew Farley Jr., Sam, Frank, & Dol 5

Wm. Turner, Matthew Turner, Wm. Turner 3

Drewry Blankenship 1

Philip Tobson 1

Benjamin Gibson 1

Miles Gibson, Jean 1

Elisabeth Gibson, Jane 1

Robert Ashust, Miles Gibson Jr. 2

Walter Scott, James Farley, Edward Haskins, Robt. Brown 4

Richard Church, John Robertson, Richard Hensfrend, Kate 4

Hos. Howlett Sr., Thos. Howlett, Jos. Howlett, Wm. Howlett, Sam, York, Jack, Robin,

Frank, Old Will, Will, Sarah, Moll, Nan, Phebe, Kate 16

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/census/1762/1762tith.txt

 

1762 Jan 12: Prince Edward Co., Va deeds DB2, P 86b-Jan 22, 1762 Thomas Johnson of Chesterfield Co. to Samuel Wimbish of Lun. Co-200 Ac in Lun. & Pr Ed. Counties-Wts: George Wslton, William Moor X his mark, Christopher Billupshttp://home.inu.net/sadie/gayleancestry.htm

 

Notes: Samuel Wimbish

Notes George Walton

Notes: William Moor

Notes: Christopher Billups

 

1762 Jan 18: Born: Howell Johnson and wife Holly: W4468, BLW #26766-160-55: VA LINE: soldier was born 1762 Jan 18, Chesterfield Co.Va and at an early age was moved to Mecklenburg Co. Va soldier applied 1832 March 7 Spartanburg Dist SC and he died there 1846 Jan 13.Soldier married Holly Crowder 1796 Oct 23 in NC. Widow applied 1853 July 9 1853 Spartanburg Dist Sc age 73 and in 1868 she was a resident of Spartanburg SC. Soldier and wife had several children but only son William L. Johnson the oldest child who was born 1798 Jan 6 and in 1853 was living in York Dist. SC was named. It was stated another son had moved to NC in 1868 a B.G. and E.R. Johnson were of Spartanburg Co. SC Pg 1846 Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files

 

1762 Jan 18 Howell Johnson was born in Chesterfield, VA and died on 13 Jan 1846 in Spartanburg, SC. He was a farmer. He served in the Revolutionary War in the Virginia Continental Line. He was a member of Unity Baptist Church, Spartanburg, SC http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~billingsdj/families/Johnson/WilliamL.html

 

Howell Johnson

Holly Johnson or Holly Crowder

 

1765 Oct. 19: Will of John Robertson Chesterfield County will book 1, page 444

dated 19 Oct, 1765

To son John, 5 chillings

To son Francis, land where I now live, bounded by John Norris's Spring Branch, the river, 700 acres.

Rest of tract to be sold for debts.If debts can be paid without sale, then said land to my daughter Martha Robertson, for life, and then to my son Francis.

To son William, 600 acres at upper end of my tract in Amelia.

To son George, 600 acres in Amelia, adjoining 400 acres I have on mouth of Flatt Creek (on which John Bullington formerly lived).

The other 400 to be laid off, in lots of 200 each, one lot to my grandson John Robertson, son of John and other 200 to my daughter Mary Walke, for life, and then to my grandson John Walke.

Negroes to above children and grandchildren and to daughter Elizabeth Robertson, Ann Robertson, and Martha Robertson.

To wife Sarah, 6 negroes, and at her death, to sons Francis, William and George.

Household furniture to be kept together until son Francis is 21, and then divided between sons, except John.

Executors: friends John Botte, John Martin, and son Francis when he is 21.

To my son William my 2 lots in the town of Pocahontas in Chesterfield Co.

Wit: Clai. Anderson, Thomas Johnson, John Norris, James Blaikely, John Jones.

 

Clai. Anderson witnesse the inventory

and on 1 Aug 1766 Francis Robertson chooses Claiborne Anderson as his guardian http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~anderson/va/trees/reynard.html

Notes: John Robertson or John Robinson

Son John Robertson,

Francis Robertson,

William Robertson,

George Robertson,

Martha Robertson,

Mary Walke,

Elizabeth Robertson,

Ann Robertson,

Wife Sarah Robertson

John Norris's Spring Branch,

Flatt Creek Amelia County John Bullington

John Botte

John Martin

Clai. Anderson

John Norris

James Blaikely

John Jones

 

1767-1869: Laprade Family Bible: Family Bible of William Laprade (1767-1817) and Mary Watkins: Laprade Johnson (1775-1841). Located in Bible Records Box 197. Areas covered: Chesterfield County, Virginia, 1767-1869. Bible printed in 1804. Also includes names and birthdates of family slaves.

 

1771 May 23, Nathaniel Booth to Archer Johnson

Amelia County Virginia Deed Book 11, Page 272

This Indenture Made this twenty third day of May in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and seventy one Between Nathaniel Booth of the County of Amelia of the One Part and Archer Johnson of the County of Chesterfield of the other Part. Witnesseth that the said Nathaniel Booth for and in Consideration of the sum of three hundred twenty five Ponds Current Money to him in hand paid the Receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge himself fully Satisfied therewith Hath Granted, Bargained and sold and by these Presents for himself and his Heirs Doth freely, Clearly and absolutely Grant, Bargain and sell unto the said Archer Johnson his Heirs and assigns forever One Certain Tract or Parcel of Land and Premises Containing by Estimation Three hundred and twenty six acres be the same More or less situate lying and being in the County of Amelia and on the West side of the sweathouse Creek and Bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning at a Corner Elm Tree at sweathouse Bridge on the said Creek thence West five Degrees North two hundred and forty five Poles to John Clays line thence along his Line South Forty one degrees West sixty poles to a Corner in the said Clays Line thence South Sixteen Degrees East one hundred and thirty two Poles to a Corner Pine thence East twenty Degrees South two hundred and sixty Poles to the said Creek thence down the same as it Meanders to the Beginning, the said Land being part of a tract of Fifteen hundred and Fifty four acres Granted to Thomas Booth by letter Patent Dated the twenty ninth Day of September One thousand seven hundred and thirty five who Conveyed the same by Deed Bearing Date the twenty first Day of April one thousand seven hundred and forty nine to the above Mentioned Nathaniel Booth, party to these presents which on the Records of Amelia County Court will more fully appear with all Houses, Orchards, Gardens, fences, woods and underwoods, water and water courses thereunto Belonging or in anywise appertaining with the Reversion and Reversions, Remainder and Remainders, Rents, --and profits of all and singular the Premises and Every part and parcel thereof with their and every of their Rights, Members and appurtenances unto the said Archer Johnson and to his Heirs and assigns forever. To Have & To hold the said three hundred and twenty Six acres of Land and all and Every of it Rights Members and appurtenaces unto the said Archer Johnson and to his Heirs and assigns

for ever. To the only proper use and Behoof of him the said Archer Johnson his Heirs and assigns forever and the said Nathaniel Booth for himself and his Heirs the Land and premises before mentioned with their and Every of their Rights Members and appurtenances unto the said Archer Johnson and his Heirs and assigns against him the said Nathaniel Booth and his Heirs and all and every other person and persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and for ever Defend by these Presents In Witness whereof the said Nathaniel Booth Hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his Seal the Day and Year above Written.

 

Signed Sealed and

Delivered Nathaniel

Booth (SEAL)

In Presence of

 

At a Court held for Amelia County the 23rd Day of May 1771

This Indenture was acknowledged by the within Named

Nathaniel Booth party thereto and Ordered to be Recorded

Temperance Booth Wife of the said Nathaniel personally appeared in Court and having been first privately examined Voluntarily Relinquished her Right of Dower in the Land and Premises

Conveyed by the said Indenture.

Teste

John Pride CC

 

Notes: Archer Johnson

Notes: Nathaniel Booth of Amelia Co

Notes: John Clay of Amelia Co

Notes: sweathouse Creek

 

1773 June 15: William Graves: Gen. note Formerly gtd. to John Towns, Feby. 20th. 119. See No. 10 pa: 557. Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 245 acres on the south side of Swift Creek, adjoing. is own land and Wm. Ashbrook. . Source: Land Office Patents No. 41, 1772-1773, p. 346 (Reel 40).

Notes: William Graves:

Notes: William Ashbrook

John Towns,

 

 

1773 July 15: James Bray Johnson Esq. married Miss Rebekah Cocke of Chesterfield Co. (VG) Pg 183: Genealogy Abstracts from 18th Century Virginia Newspapers by Robert K. Headley Jr.

 

Notes: 1779 Nov 27: James Bray Johnson Esq died at Westbury in Charles City Co. (VG and VGCD) Pg 183: Genealogy Abstracts from 18th Century Virginia Newspapers by Robert K. Headley Jr.

 

Notes: James Bray Johnson

Notes: Rebeckah Cocke

It appears she is coming off Thomas Cocke whose land will come into Chesterfield Co. when it forms

 

1774 Dec 7: Valentine Winfree:. Note Location: Chesterfield County. Description: 40 acres beginning on Swift Creek, and adjoining Henry Winfree. Source: Land Office Patents No. 42, 1773-1774, p. 804 (Reel 41).

Notes: Valentine Winfree

Notes: Henry Winfree

 

 

1775 Feb 1 William Bradley to Sisley Johnson Father is William Johnson Http://www.nyvagenealogy.homstead.com/VM1775htm

 

Notes: William Bradley

 

1777 ca. Home site Builder: Thomas Mann Randolph Location: 11.25 miles from Richmond, Virginia. Primary owners: Wooldridge family, Abraham Salle, Thomas Mann Randolph, Philip Turpin, Johnson family, George Arents, Thomas F. Jeffress, and Jacob L. Warner.
 
Thomas Mann Randolph
Wooridge Family
Abraham Salle
Phillip Turbin
George Arents
Thomas F. Jeffress
Jacob L. warner
1777 May 2: The Churchwardens of Manchester Parish to pay Martha Johnston her account against Carneyís estate, 2 May 1777. Chesterfield Order Book 6, p. 134
Notes: Manchester Parish Johnson
Notes: Carney estate
 
1779 April 2 Fluvanna Co. DB 1, pg 178 George Thompson to Thomas Sowell of Chesterfield Co. for 500 pounds, 100 acres of land, which land Thompson purchased of William Johnson in fee tall expectant on the death of John Johnson who now lives thereon. Signed George Thomas REc. 1779 April 2n: Bonnie Flythe Research

 

William Johnson sold the lands his father John Johnson was living on, to George Thompson of Fluvanna Co. who is selling it to Thomas Sowell who lives in Chesterfield Co.

 

George Thompson

Thomas Sowell

 

1779 April 2, Fluvanna DB#1, pg. George Thompson to Thomas Sowell of Chesterfield for 1000 pounds, 450 acres bounded by John Mosely Haden, John ford and the land whereon John Johnson now lives.  Signed: Geo Thompson. Wit: none. Rec. apr. 2, 1779 From: Bonnie Flythe

 
Notes: John Mosely
 
1780 Aug. 11 John ďJackĒ Johnson born in Chesterfield Co. he married 1803 March 10 Mary Terrell Johnson, his first cousin of Gooochland Co. Va Minister, Rev. William Farrar Baptist. She was born 1785 Feb 22 in Goochland CO. Va and died 1844 June 13 in Chesterfield Co. John Johnson died in Chesterfield Co. 1855 March 26. John Johnson served in the war of 1812. John Johnson purchased his farm (274 acres) from Robert Sowell and wife and Sarah Sowell. Chesterfield CO DB 25 pg 375 (1823Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com 
 
 
Rev. William Farrar
Robert Sowell
Sarah Sowell

1781 July Goodes Bridge:Anthony Wayne took station to prevent the British from moving southward. Here, April 3, 1865, Longstreet's, Hill's and Gordon's corps of Lee's Army, retreating from Petersburg toward Danville, crossed the river. Conservation & Development Commission, 1929US 360 (westbound) at the Appamattox River crossing (Chesterfield and Amelia county line).

View Nearby Markers http://www.historical-markers.org/distance/index.cgi?mid=148_4866

 

VA-M10 Goode's Bridge
This marker is located 14.3 miles, heading 73 degrees (east-northeast) from VA-M14 Lee's Retreat

 
 
1782 April 27: Edward Johnson late of Chesterfield Co. decd. e.a.w. his executors William and Andrew Ronald (VGWeA) Pg 182: Genealogy Abstracts from 18th Century Virginia Newspapers by Robert K. Headley Jr.
Notes: William Ronald
Notes: Andrew Ronald
1783 CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA - TAXLISTS 

David Johnson†††††††††††††††††† 7 whites in his household

 

1783 After: Rev. War: Clabourn Johnson: S16892: VA Line soldier was born in 1760 Goochland Co. Va and he lived there at enlistment and later moved to Chesterfield Co. Va During the Revolutionary War and after the Revolution he lived in Goochland, Hanover, Louisa and Nelson Counties then moved to Howard Co. Mo and he applied there 1839 Sept 23. Pg 1843 Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

(Son of Drury Johnson and Hannah Clark)

 

1784 Jun 1Title: DEED: Jacob JOHNSON, Sarah JOHNSON and Claiborne JOHNSON to Thomas PLEASANTS -
Publication: The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers, D.B. 2, p. 44
Text: Thomas Pleasants deed from Jacob Johnson and Sarah, his wife of
Goochland Co. and Claiborne Johnson of Chesterfield Co. 115 pounds, 15 Shillings, and 2 pense: current money. 200 acres in Fluvanna Co. on Byrd Creek being 1/2 of 400 acres granted unto James Johnson the elder of Goochland Co. 1st June 1784. Contact: Patricia Johnson

 

Notes: Thomas Pleasants

 

1785: Mary T. Johnson
Born in Louisa Co. Febíy 22nd 1785
Died in
Chesterfield Va. June 13th 1844
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
that they may rest from their labours and
their works do follow them.

 

1786 CA born is Hudson Johnson he married Dec 24, 1808 to Elizabeth Burton

( Probablysister of Watson Johnsonís first wife, Martha Burton. He died 1833 (Watson Johnson) Chesterfield CO. WB 12 pg 605 dated 8-12-1833) See also WB 12 pg 601: Hudson Johnson is said to have moved to Missouri. John Wade, a grandnephew in a letter to John Thompson Brown dated 7-14-190? stated that John Johnson had been given his war of 1812 land scrip to one of his brother, and that brother had gone West to look up the land, This brother may have been Hudson Johnson

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Martha Burton

Elizabeth Burton

 

1786-1862: Martin-Banks-Vaden Family Bible record:  Includes Bible record (4 leaves) and typed transcript (2 leaves). Areas covered are Chesterfield County, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland. Bible printed in 1814. Other surnames mentioned: Boughan, Johnson, Wilkins, and Wren.

 

1787 Ca William Johnson born in 1809 married Nancy Hancock daughter of John Hancock.

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

John Hancock.

 

1788 Ca Henry Johnson born married April 1 1808 Sarah Pinchback

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

Sarah Pinchback

 

1789 Ca Watson Johnson born: He is a blacksmith, wheelwright and millwright. He married 1st 12-191810 Martha Burton daughter of William Burton. See Chesterfield Co. DB 22 pg 116-1817 John Murchie to Watson Johnson Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

William Burton.

 

1793 April 23: Andrew Johnson late of Manchester decd. His executors William LaPrade will sell his lanads on the West side of the Blue Ridge and in Culpepper CO. (VGGA) Pg 182: Genealogy Abstracts from 18th Century Virginia Newspapers by Robert K. Headley Jr.

 

William LaPrade

 

1794 May 13 Marriage of Miles JOHNSON married Mary TOTTY in Chesterfield County, Virginia. http://www.totty-families.org/records/vaches.html

 

 

Notes: 1816 Feb Will of Priscilla TOTTY  [Will Book Halifax Co.,NC Feb Court 1816]  see Halifax Co., NC
Note:   Named in her will was Francis Johnston, Martha F. Johnston and Miles Johnston. 

Miles JOHNSON married Mary TOTTY in Chesterfield County, Virginia on May 13, 1794, the year before Francis TOTTY bought the land in Halifax County.  

Mary Ann TOTTY JOHN(T)SON deceased wife of Miles JOHNSON was the sister to Precilla TOTTY and daughter of Francis TOTTY, hense the reason she was not named in the will of her father Francis TOTT

 

 

1794 May 13: Miles JOHNSON married Mary TOTTY in Chesterfield County, Virginia on May 13, 1794, the year before Francis TOTTY bought the land in Halifax County. NC

Mary Ann TOTTY JOHN(T)SON deceased wife of Miles JOHNSON was the sister to Precilla TOTTY and daughter of Francis TOTTY, hense the reason she was not named in the will of her father Francis TOTTY.

Mary TOTTY

Francis TOTTY

Priscilla TOTTY 

Research Notes: 1814 June 11th WILL [Halifax County, North Carolina Will Book 3, page 578, transcribed by Birdie (Totty) McNutt©2000] Prescilla TOTTY. 578 In the Name of God Amen, I Prescilla Totty being in sound mind and perfect memory do this 11th Day of June Eighteen hundred & Fourteen, Constitute and publish this my last will & Testament. To Wit.

Item 1st, I give to Francis Johnston 1 Bed & Furniture.

Item 2 I give to Martha F. Johnston all my wearing apparel.

Item 3 I give to Francis Johnston, Martha Johnston and Miles Johnston all my Money and whatever property I may have at the time of my Death, not otherwise disposed off After paying all my just Debts.

Lastly I appoint Francis Johnston my Nephew above mentioned my Executor to this my last Will & testament. In Witness whereof I have herunto fixed my hand & Seal this 11th Day and Year as above written.
Teste
John Hockoday Prescilla TOTTY X SEAL
Lewis Willis Jurat
Halifax County }
February Court 1816} Then this Will was exhibited in open Court & duly proven by the oath of Lewis Willis one of the subscribing Witnesses thereto and matter proved to be recorded. Whereupon Francis Johnston the Executor therein named came in and was Duly qualified to the same.
Witness: Richard EPPES CCS
Transcribed by TOTTY researcher Birdie (Totty) McNutt from original Will

Research Notes: Euell, I found more info on my wife's Johnson roots. Her ancestor Harrison Totty of Hickman County, Tenn., had been married to a Martha "Patsy" Johnston. They named a son Johnson Totty. That was my wife's ancestor.

It turns out that Martha Johnson's mother was a Totty also. Mary Totty was the daughter of Francis Totty of Va., and N.C. She married Miles Johnson or Johnston. The record below shows them in Halifax County, N.C.

I found a Miles family connected to the Johnsons in Northampton County, N.C. That may be where Miles Johnson got his name. Well that's getting pretty close, isn't it? See any connections?

Bob Lamb

Martha F. Johnston

Francis Johnston

Francis Johnston my Nephew

John Hockoday

 

Research note: Tony, I guess that means you hadn't seen it either.  I found it as I was searching for Johnstons in Halifax, N.C.  The Miles Johnston there who married the daughter of Francis Totty and Priscilla Gill was from Chesterfield County in Virginia, as were the Tottys. 

 

I saw that there was a William Johnston and a Lewis Johnston in the records in Halifax.  I thought they might be connected.  Johnson H. Totty of Hickman County, Tenn. was the son of Harrison Totty and Martha "Patsy" Johnston, daughter of Miles and Mary.  Johnson Totty was a magistrate in Hickman County before the Civil War.  During the war he was one of a few Totty men who joined the Federal army.  He was a company staff Sgt.  He married the daughter of David Spradling and became a Mormon.  The family ended up at Independence, Missouri.  Johnson's son, William Totty, came back to Hickman County. 

 

There is a diary of Rhoda Spradling on the internet.  She was the sister of Susan Spradling Totty.  She also married a Totty.  Her family moved to Texas.  In one entry of her diary she mentions old Moses Johnson coming by.  That put me to thinking that Johnson Totty's line might connect with those of Surry.

 

My previous interest was the close connection between the earliest Johnsons and the family of Robert Webb, Sr., of Surry.  He was my mother's ancestor.  The common connection seems to be with the Colliers, Rawlings, Lucas, Briggs, Jordans, and Bentleys.

Bob Lamb

 

 

 

1795 July 21, Mary Archer
Indenture -

This indenture was made this twenty first day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five between Mary Archer of the
County of Chesterfield, spinster of the first part and William Archer, Field Archer, Edward Archer, Polly Archer, children of Edward Archer, deceased,

 

John Archer of Second Branch,

George Robertson and Michal his wife,

Blackman Moseley and Elizabeth his wife,

Martha Field Osborne,

Robert Downman,

William Downman,

Martha Field Downman and

Agnes Archer Downman,

children of Agnes Archer Downman, deceased, which said Edward Archer, deceased,

 

John Archer, Michal Robertson, Elizabeth Moseley, Martha Field Osborne and Agnes Downman were and are brothers and sisters of the whole blood to the said Mary Archer and sons and daughters of Field Archer, deceased, of the other part.

Witnesseth that for and in consideration of blood and kindred and of the natural affection and love which the said Mary Archer has and bears for and to the said

William Archer,

Field Archer,

Edward Archer,

Polly Archer,

John Archer,

Michal Robertson,

Elizabeth Moseley,

Martha Field Osborne,

Robert Downman,

William Downman,

Martha Field Downman, and

Agnes Downman and also for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings current money of Virginia to the said
Mary Archer in hand paid by the

William Archer,

Edward Archer,

Poley Archer,

John Archer,

George Robertson and Michal his wife,

Blackman Moseley and Elizabeth his wife,

Martha Field Osborne,

Robert Downman,

William Downman,

Martha Field Downman and

Agnes Archer Downman

in hand paid and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof she doth hereby acknowledge for carrying into full effect and true interest and meaning of Field Archer aforesaid deceased, the father of said Mary Archer, that she the said Mary Archer hath hereby given, granted, bargained, sold, delivered, transferred, assigned, set over and confirmed and by these presents doth she give, grant, bargain, sell, assign, transfer, set over, and confirm unto the said William Archer, Field Archer, Edward Archer, Polly Archer, John Archer, George Robertson and Michal Robertson his wife, Blackman Moseley and Elizabeth his wife, Martha Field Osborne, Robert Downman, William Downman, Martha Field Downman and Agnes Archer Downman their heirs, executors and administrators and assigns the following slaves, to wit:
Charles, Pompey, Boson, Daphny, Edy, Ellick, and Priss with their future increase and also the following bonds and debts that is to say a legacy of six hundred pounds left of the said Mary Archer by the last will and testament of her father, Field Archer, deceased and now due and owing to her from the estate of the said Edward Archer, deceased, with the amount of interest therefrom due and to grow due also.

To have and to hold the said slaves, legacy, bonds and debts with all interest thereon due and to grow due unto the said William Archer, Field Archer, Edward Archer, Polly Archer, John Archer, George Robertson and Michal his wife, Blackman Moseley and Elizabeth his wife, Martha Field Osborne, Robert Downman, William Downman, Martha Field Downman, and Agnes Archer Downman, their heirs and executors and administrators and assigns forever to the only proper use and behoof of the said William Archer, Field Archer, Edward Archer, Polly Archer, John Archer, George Robertson and Michal his wife, Blackman Moseley and Elizabeth his wife, Martha Field Osborne, Robert Downman, William Downman, Martha Field Downman, and Agnes Archer Downman, their heirs and executors and administrators and assigns forever in trust for the said Mary Archer during the time of her natural life, remainder in trust for all and every child and children of said Mary Archer on her body lawfully to be begotten which shall be living at the time of the death of the said Mary Archer and which shall live to the age of twenty one years or marrybut if the said Mary Archer shall leave no child of her body lawfully to be begotten then at the time of her death or if all and every child and children of the said Mary Archer on her body lawfully begotten which shall be so living at the time of her death shall be before the age of twenty one years or marriage respectively then interest for the said William Archer, Field Archer, Edward Archer, Polly Archer, John Archer, George Robertson and Michal his wife, Blackman Moseley and Elizabeth his wife, Martha Field Osborne, Robert Downman, William Downman, Martha
Field Downman, and Agnes Archer Downman, their heirs, executors, and administrators and assigns in the proportions following.

That is to say one sixth part thereof interest for the said William Archer, Field Archer, Edward Archer, and Polly Archer, their heirs, executors and administrators and assigns forever.  One other sixth part thereof in trust for the said John Archer, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever.  One other sixth part in trust for the said Michal Robertson, her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever.  One other sixth part in trust for the said Elizabeth Moseley, her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever.  One other sixth part in trust for the said Martha Field Osborne, her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever.  And the other sixth part thereof in trust for the said Robert Downman, William Downman, Martha Field Downman, and Agnes Archer Downman, their heirs, executors, and administrators and assigns forever.  In testimony whereof the said Mary Archer first above named hath hereto set her hand and affixed her seal this day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed, and acknowledged by the Mary Archer
said Mary Archer and by her delivered
as her act and deed in presents of

James Scott
William Rowlett
George Johnson
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/deeds/a6260002.txt

 

1799 Aug 27: George Richardson: Hanover Co.Va. 28 acres on Chickahomony Swampland beginning at Thos. Meacons Corner on Powhite Swamp adjoining John Bailey: Land Office Grants # 42 1798-1799 pg 555 on reel 108 : Libray of Virginia Archives Section.

 

Notes: George Richardson

Notes: Thomas Meacons or Thomas MACON

Notes: John Bailey

 

 

1800 Ca Silas Johnson born married 1821 Hannah A. Vaughn daughter of John Vaughn Rev. Wat Soldier Infantry, see Military Land Grant Journal House of Delegates 1834 book 2 pg 43.

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

John Vaughn

 

 

 

1802 Jan 14:Chesterfield Co.Va Born Samuel Bolling Megginson he will marry Mary A. Johnston http://genealogy.kathihill.com/Person/descendancy/38830

 

Notes: Samuel Bolling Megginson

 

 

 

1803 Sept 8: Married Mr. William Johnson merchant of Petersburg to Miss Mary Evans daughter of Dr. George Evans of Chesterfield Co. Va: Published Saturday, September 17, 1803.

 

Dr. George Evans

 

1803 Oct. 10; the will of John J. Johnson, Library of Virginia Archives

 

1805 Chesterfield Co. DB 18 Pg 116: Daniel Johnson purchased 60 acres from Sarah

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Notes: Sarah Bacon

 

1805 April 8. John JOHNSON and Salley GILL, 21 years of age, dau. of Benjamin GILL who is surety. http://sciway3.net/clark/gill/chesterfieldmarr.htm

 

Notes: Benjamin Gill

 

1807 March 9 Sarah Ann Johnson born in Chesterfield Co. married 1821 Aug 30 in Chesterfield Co. Va John Toney Forloine a Huguenot (minister Rev. H Bridgewater Baptist) She died 1876 March 19 at the home of David A. Brown on the north side of Clay St. in Richmond, on the western side of the alley between 5th and 6th Streets. Buried in Shockhoe Hill Cemetery in David A. Brownís section.Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Notes: John Toney Forloine

My Notes De Toney is a Surname connected to the De Bohunor Boone families and to the Randolph family cousins

Notes: Rev. H. Bridgewater

Notes: David A. Brown

 

1808 April 1 Henry Johnson married Sarah Pinchback

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Notes; Sarah Pinchback

 

 

1808 Dec 24: ďAĒ Hudson Johnson on Dec 24 1808 married an Elizabeth Burton in Chesterfield Co. Va., by Brenda Woods at Kybrenda@aol.com

Elizabeth Burton

Burton Surname Connections

More notes on this 1685 Edward Hatcher of Varina Parish lands sold to Robert Burton adjoining Jonathan Woodson, Michael Johnson and John Johnson on North side of James River in 1685: Burtonís are a cousin line to Edward Hatcher.

Per "Burton Chronicles", John Burton , son of Thomas Burton of Cobbs, lived and died in area of Swift Creek in Dale Parish in Chesterfield Co, VA. Swift
Creek is in Chesterfield Co, between the James and Appomattox Rivers.Bob Burton in Gainesville, FL From: RBurton904@aol.com

RESEARCH NOTE: Scottish Naming Pattern Son #1 : named after paternal grandfather son #2: Named after maternal Grandfather ( HUDSON) Son #3: after his father Daughter #1 after maternal grandmother Daughter # 2 after paternal grandmother Daughter # 3 after her mother by Mary Holland info.

Notes: Olen Johnson researcher is a Burton Descendant and also a Michael Johnson DNA Match

1809 William Johnson b ca 1787 married Nancy Hancock daughter of John Hancock

Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

Notes: John Hancock

1809 April 18 John Henry Johnson born in Chesterfield Co. Va married 1830 Dec 3 Harriet Hicks, minister Rev. Jordan Martin. They lived in Mecklenburg Co where he died 1859 June 25. Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Notes: Harriet Hicks

Notes: Rev. Jordan Martin

1810 Virginia Ann Johnson was born. She was the daughter of William Ransom Johnson (1782-1849) and Mary Evans of "Oakland" in Chesterfield County, Virginia. She married James West Pegram (1804-1844) on 16 June 1829. Following his death, she ran a school in Richmond from 1856 to 1866. Virginia Pegram died on 28 February 1888, and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery. Her sister Frances Jane Johnson (ca. 1831-1860) married John Samuels Caskie (1821-1869) on 25 September 1849. He was a lawyer, and served in the United States House of Representatives from 1851 to 1859.

Notes: Letter, 12 June 184[?], written by Virginia Pegram (1810-1888) in Petersburg, Virginia to her sister Frances Jane Johnson (ca. 1831-1860) in Richmond. Pegram writes about news of mutual acquaintances, and her anticipation of a visit from their father William Ransom Johnson (1782-1849). She also offers her sister advice on etiquette, and mentions an invitation from Lucy B. Pegram (1814-1870) to visit Norfolk. Library of Virginia Archives

Notes: The majority of the collection consists of letters written to William Ransom Johnson (1782-1849), Mary (Evans) Johnson (1785-1843), and Virginia (Johnson) Pegram (1810-1888). Subjects include the purchase and breeding of horses, miscellaneous family news, the estate of Gen. James W. Pegram (1804-1844) and letters of sympathy upon his death, and the military career of Gen. John Pegram (1832-1865), including letters while he was attending West Point, and afterwards while serving as a military officer on the western frontier. Also included are military commissions, pay rolls, and ordnance, quartermaster, and clothing returns. There are also a few letters written by his brother William Johnson Pegram (1841-1865) to their mother while he was serving in the Confederate Army.

Papers, 1806-1882, of the Johnson and Pegram families of Chesterfield and Dinwiddie Counties and Richmond, Virginia. The bulk of the collection covers the years 1827-1865. Includes accounts and receipts, agreements, correspondence, deeds, powers of attorney, slave bills of sale, records concerning the firm of Johnson and Duggers, and military records.

Notes: Mary Evans

Notes: James West Pegram

 

1810 William Peyton Johnson born in Manchester Chesterfield Co. Va. Married 1830 Dec 15 Jane Cole sister of Henry Cole of Chesterfield Co. No Children:

William Peyton Johnson a very popular blacksmith, wheelwright, and millwright had a shop on the Midlothain Pike in front of his farm which was on the southside of the Pike a mile west of his fatherís farm. The shop was on a narrow piece of ground between the old Bogy Railroad and the Pike. He died 1857 Jan 20 in Mecklenburg Co. Va. No Children: The name William Peyton Johnson runs through the Johnson family and is found in the family of Capt. William A. Johnson of Chesterfield Co, grandfather of Col. Marmaduke Johnson CSA. Other relatives of the Johnsons are Mrs. Joseph R. Anderson, James Caskie, the Jacksons of Lynchburg, the dunns of Norfolk and Suffolk, the bonds of Petersburg and the Moss family of Norfolk.Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

1810-1912: Gilliam family Bible: Record is a typed transcript. Areas covered are Brunswick, Chesterfield, and Dinwiddie Counties; Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia. Bible printed in 1837. Other surnames mentioned: Coleman, Cox, Fitzgerald, Goodwyn, Johnston, Neblett, Page, Piper, Sterlin, and Wheeler.

1810 July 9, Watson Johnson married Martha Burton , Chesterfield, VA. From: Janet Geranmayeh

Martha Burton

1810 Oct 29: Born: Levi Daniel Horner:was born on 29 Oct 1810 in , Chesterfield, VA. He died on 16 Jun 1888. He was buried in, Chesterfield, VA. He was married to Martha Ann JOHNSON. He was married to Mary LOCKETT on 3 Nov 1830

Levi Daniel Horner

Mary LOCKETT

1810 Dec 19: Watson Johnson a blacksmith, wheelwright, and millwright. Married 1st Martha Burton daughter of William Burton. See Chesterfield Co. DB 22 pg 116 Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

William Burton

1811 May 24 Hezekiah Johnson born married Nov 23 1841, Francis J. Hobbs information from Bible belonging to Mrs. J.M. Gunn of Barton Heights. Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Notes; Francis J. Hobbs

1812: Sam that Belonged to Daniel Johnson: Part of Index to Chesterfield County Wills and Administration 1754-1800: Inquest concerning his death, ret. 1812: Chesterfield CO. Will book 7 pg 575-576: Library of Virginia Systems # 000528719

 

1813 Oct 7, William Johnson married Polly Burton , Chesterfield, VA From: Janet Geranmayeh

Notes: Polly Burtons

1816 by Sarah Johnson married Mr. Jennings ( Jenkins?) a sadler of Richmond. They lived on Franklin St. in the block opposite the Commonwealth Club. Thre is a deed on records in Chesterfield Co. from Edward Johnson to Robert Jenkins ( DB 20 pg 1816) and this grantee may have been the husband of Sarah Johnson Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

1817: John Murchie to Watson Johnson Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

1817 Feb: Chesterfield Co. DB 22: R. Burnett to Hudson Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

1817June 3: Daniel JOHNSON m Rettor ROPER at Chesterfield. bondsman John Roper http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/ROPER/2006-03/1141591521

 

Rettor ROPER

John Roper

1817 Aug 4 Catharine Johnson born she married 1835 March 12 George S. Hancock a descendant of John Hancock. Minister Rev. Jordan Martin. She died 1856 Jan 19: Emaline Perry Johnson sampler includes the name Mary A.C. Hancock. Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

George S. Hancock

John Hancock

Rev. Jordan Martin.

1819 Daniel Johnson lived in Mancester Parish in Chesterfield CO. TO his widow Retter, in lieu of her dower, he lent to her for and during her natural life, the following property. The land and plantatation where on I now live together with 80 acres of land I purchased of Sarah Bacon ( the first purchase I made of her) with the following slave Moses, Dick ( alias Dick Logan) Judah, John, nancy, Sarah and Robert with the complete power to dispose of the females in any at her decease to any one or more of my children that she may think proper.

 

I also lend her 2 head of horses, one gig and harness, one wagon and gear, 3 head of cattle, the stock of hogs and sheep, the plantation utensils, 3 feather beds and furniture, one desk and bookcase, 2 walnut tables, one glass cupboard and thewalnut cupboard, one case and bottles, brass kettle, one iron kettle, 3 iron pots, 2 skillets, one pair of tongs, 4 pair of fire irons, all the pewter and earthware knives and forks, onecaster, one frying pan, 6 solver table spoons, 2 coffe pots, 1 tea kettle, 1 Dutch oven, 1 candle box, 2 brass candle sticks, one loom, stays and hammer, 2 looking glasses, one shot gun, one large tables, Sempleís History of the Baptists, one cross cut saw, one hand saw, 2 meal shifters, one trumbill cart, 4 augurs, 4 chisels, 1 drawing knife, one red safe, one apple mill, all the glass ware, the coffee mill, one red runlet, one latern, sun window curtains, 2 table covers, 2 hat racks, 2 pair of pot hooks, 1 claw hammer, 1 cotton wheel, on flax wheel, one pair of flax hackles, one gridstone, and one pair of flat irons, together with as much Indian corn ( wheat or Flour) pork and provender as may be necessary to support her family and stock until she can have a chance to make a crop. I also give to my beloved wife one feather bed and furniture and on case of bottles.

Josiah Ellet was one of the witnesses to Daniel Johnsonís will.

Daniel Johnsonís farm was located on the Buckingham Road, later the Midlothian Pike, 13 and Ĺ miles from Richmond, on the North side a Quarter of mile beyond Haley Coles farm at or near Robertís Store. On the east the farm was bounded by a country road leading to Robious Station on the Southern Railway one mile North. The road ran to the east of the family graveyard but in 1911 the portion of the road was abandoned and a new road was built that ran west of the graveyard and between it and the dwelling house. The new road was constructed as an access to the new bridge built in 1911 over the James Rive and opposite Westhampton. Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Buckingham Road,

Midlothian Pike,

Haley Coles

 

 

I am Attaching a Copy of Bonnie's Report on Charles Johnson- Johnston you will please note Daniel Johnson died 1819 in Chester field County Virginia in this report

 

Please take note of the Information that Helen sent in from Chesterfield County: This is where The researcher went wrong on the The works that Helen Sent me. She has Daniel Johnson's will.

 

Daniel Johnson in his will mentioned his wife Retter, Bonnie has the correct information that Daniels Johnson's 2nd wife was Reter.

1820 Retter Roper Johnson died and following her death Daniel Johnsonís executor Edmund Lockett sold a part of the Daniel Johnson farm, 45 acres to Benjamin Johnson one of the sons of Daniel Johnson (See Chesterfield Co DB 23 pg 282)

On 1846 June 22 Benjamin Johnson sold this tract to Randolph Roberts (See Chesterfield Co. DB 86 pg 482) reserving Ĺ and acres graveyard where Daniel Johnson and Retter Roper Johns were buried, and which thereafter was used by the Johnsons as a family graveyard.

 

Notes: John Thompson Brown attended burials there of John Johnson in 1855 March, of John Johnson wife Mary Terrell Johnson in 1844 and of Mary Jane Forloine ca 1856. John Thompson Brown state the graveyards then was nicely enclosed, large shady trees Flowers and periwinkle in abundance, each grave marked with marble slabs with the names and dates carved thereon. However by 1909 the fence was gone, most ot the graveyard was plowed up and only 3 tomb stones remained. John Johnson born 1780 Aug 11 died 1855 March 26; Mary T. Johnson born 1786 Feb 22 Louisa died 1844 June 13 and that of Mary Jane Forloine the others having been broken into undecipherable fragments.

 

Daniel Johnson and Retter had nine Children all Sons;

 

Benjamin Johnson born 1756 Jan 18 married ca 1777 Lucy Clark of Hanover Co. Va he died of an apoplectic fit 1847 June 8: She died 1849 April 8: See Chesterfield Co. WB pg 547 and WB 18 pg 512.

 

Benajmin Johnson a Rev. War Soldier. See Military Land Grant Journal House of Delegated 1834. He was recommended to be 2nd Lt of the State Miltia, see Hanover Co. Court Order Book #1 1781. The name Sgt. Benjamin Johnson appears on the records 1782 June 28 and it is possible that of the same person.

 

(My Notes here. The Benjamin Johnson born in 1756 I really do not think is the Benjamin Johnson off this Daniel Johnson: reason Daniel and Reters Children are born from 1780-1800 era and this one was born in 1756 24 years before the other.)

 

Daniel Patrick Johnson died aft 1832: See deed from his executor Chesterfield Co. DB 28 pg 223

 

Hudson Johnson born ca 1786 married Dec 24 1808 Elizabeth Burton.

 

William Johnson born ca 1787 married 1809 Nancy Hancock

 

Henry Johnson born ca 1788 married Sarah Pinchback

 

Watson Johnson born ca 1789 married 1st Martha Burton 2nd Nancy Goode

 

Anderson Johnson born 1799 married first Mary La Prade in 1820Dec 11 Chesterfield Co. See deed La Prade to Anderson Johnson DB 25 pg 89- 1823

 

Silas Johnson born Ca 1800 married 1821 Hannah Vaughn

John ďJackĒJohnson born 1780 Aug. 11: in Chesterfield CO. Va. Married 1803 March 10 Mary Terrell Johnson his first Cousin of Goochland CO. Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

Notes of Bonnie Flythe This Daniel Johnson comes off the lines of Charles Johnson of Tuckahoe Creek in Henrico Co.Va.

See her report on Charles Johnson

1820 Census of Chesterfield County

Sam Smith

James Moore

Samuel Holson

Benj. Johnson

John W ?

JosephElliot

? Cole

Wm. Ellliot

?†††††††† ?

Daniel ?

Jane ?

Edmon Owen

Peter Lawson

Henry ?

Jepea Pleasant

Watson Johnson

? Burton

Wm Burton

? Harris

Hudson Johnson

John Johnson

James Burton

Sarah Adams

Wm. A Martin

John ?

Wm Burton Jr.

Parke Moore

John Anderson

John Anderson Jr.

Stephen Branch

Richard ?

1821 Chesterfield Co. DB 24 pg 331-1821 Hudson Johnson to Royston Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Royston

1822 May 6: Watson Johnson married Nancy Goode Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Nancy Goode

1822 July 9: Emaline Perry Johnson born in Chesterfield Co. Va. She married 1842 July 8 Robert Wade of Goochland Co. Minister Rev. Reuben Ford. Wade died ca 1844, she died 1849 Nov 14 in Goochland Co. Va John Thompson Brown states that her sampler hung over the bureau under the steps in the bedroom of the old homestead in a glass frame and that he located it in Missouri in the possession of her son Thadeua Wade who sent it to John Thompson Brown to have it photographed Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Robert Wade

Rev. Reuben Ford.

1824 Feb 9: Miss Mary Jane Forloine Born in Chesterfield Va. Febíy 9th 1824
Died Sept. 12th 1857 My flesh shall slumber in the ground Till the last trumpetís joyful sound
Then burst the charms with sweet surprise And in my Saviourís image rise. Survey Report, Daniel Johnson (1728) graveyard: 1936 Mar. 19 Research made by Craig Romaine
 
Mary Jane Forloine
1807 March 9 Sarah Ann Johnson born in Chesterfield Co. married 1821 Aug 30 in Chesterfield Co. Va John Toney Forloine a Huguenot What is her relationship to John ToneyForloine ?
 

1825: Marmaduke Johnson, Capt.: Born 1825 Chesterfield Source: Library of Virginia Digital

 

1827 May 28: Died at Bellgrove Court Botetourt Co: Mrs. Mary E. Dunn consort of Thomas H. Dunn formerly of Petersburg and eldest daughter of Mr. William R. Johnson of Chesterfield Co.: Published Friday, June 22, 1827. Gen. note From the marriage and obituary citations compiled by Bernard J. Henley from Virginia newspapers on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.

Thomas H. Dunn

 

1827 Dec 18: Married Mr. Edward Johnson of Oakland Chesterfield Co. to Miss Minerva E. Stith daughter of Mr. Richard Stith deceased of Brunswick Co.: Published Saturday, December 22, 1827.

Richard Stiith

1828 CA Robert Johnson born he married Martha Frances Coates on 7-3 ? by Rev. Levi D. Horner near Bright Hope mines he died in 1902 Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Martha Frances Coates

Rev. Levi D. Horner

Bright Hope mines

 

 

1828 Aug 5: married at Amelia Co. Courthouse Miss Martha T. Eggleston daughter of William T. Eggleston of Amelia Co to Mr. George Johnson son of William Johnson of Chesterfield Co. Va.: Published  Tuesday, August 26, 1828.

William T. Eggleston

 

1828 Aug 26: Published marriage of George Johnston of Chesterfield Co. Va to Marth T. Eggleston of Amelia Co. VaAugust 26, 1828, page 3, column 5. Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Va)

1829 July 4: Married in Chesterfield Co. Va. James W. Pegram to Miss Virginia Johnson daughter of William R. Johnston: Published Saturday, July 4, 1829.

 

1828-1839. These records are on the same miscellaneous reel of film as the Hall-Johnson Correspondence, (LVA Acc. 41008)

 

 

1829 June 16: Married at Oakland by Rev. A. Syme: Mr. James W. Pegram of Lynchburg to Miss Virginia J. Johnson daughter of William R. Johnson of Chesterfield. Published  Friday, July 10, 1829.

James W. Pegram

1830 Chesterfield Co DB 28 pg 605-1830: Hudson Johnson to John Johnson Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

1830 Chesterfield Co. DB 28 pg 632: Hudson Johnson owned land adjacent to the farm of John Tonery Forloine on the Midlothain Pike, 8 miles from Richmond near to and opposite the old stone arch on the old Bogy Railrod.Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

John Tonery Forloine

Midlothain Pike

old Bogy Railrod

 

1830 Jan 19: Married in Chesterfield Co. by Rev. Nunnally: George Keesee Jr. of Richmond to Miss Sarah Ann Johnson: Published Friday, January 22, 1830.

Notes: George Keesee Jr.

Rev. Nunnally

 

 

 

1830 March 16: Medley will stand at W. R. Johnsonís stable in Chesterfield Co. 1 mile of Moodyís tavern 18 miles from Petersburg:  Richmond Enquirer March 16, 1830, page 4, column 6.

 

1830 Jan11: died: Woodford ALVIS was born about 1780 in , Chesterfield , Virginia. He died on 11 Jan 1830 in , Chesterfield , Virginia. Chesterfield Will Book 11, page 555. Rebecca Alvis, Povall Turner, Hudson Johnson, and Benjamin Horner bond on estate of Woodford Alvis, deceased 11 January 1830; Chesterfield County Will Book 18, 1848-49, Rebecca Alvis settles estate. 1800 Tax List, Hanover County, Virginia http://www.wellsclan.us/History/generatn/d257.htm

 

Woodford Alvis

Rebecca Alvis

Povall Turner

Hudson Johnson

Benjamin Horner

 

 

1831 May 9 H-73
Marker:  Present
Type:  Head
Faces:  E
Material:  Stone
Condition: Eroded
Design: flat
Inscription:  Clear but worn
Our Father
James M. Johnson
May 9, 1831
Jan 26, 1905
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/cemeteries/mthermon-g-k.txt

 

1831 Jan 6: Published: Marriage of John H. Johnson of Chesterfiled Co. Va to Harriet E. Hix of Chesterfield Co. Va. Publication date: January 6, 1831, p. 3, c. 6.

 

Harriet E. Hixs

 

 

 

 

1831 Jan 6: Published: married: Jane B. Cole of Chesterfield Co. Va to William P. Johnson of Chesterfield Co. Va:  Publication date: January 6, 1831, p. 3, c. 6. She is daughter of Maj. E. Cole.

 

Notes: Jane B. Cole

Notes: Major E. Cole

1832 Daniel Patrick Johnson died: See deed from his executor Chesterfield Co DB 28 pg 223Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

1832-1976: McTyre- Weisiger family Bible: Includes Bible record (3 leaves), invitation (1 leaf), and marriage certificate (1 leaf). Area covered is Chesterfield County, Virginia. Other surnames mentioned: Buchanan, Dorset, Evelyn, Gregory, Grubbs, Hancock, Hatch, Johnston, Payne, Walker, and Winston.

1832 Dec 27, John Burton married Edith Ann Johnson , Chesterfield, VA From: Janet Geranmayeh

Notes: John Burton

 

1834: In memory of
A. J. Johnson
Born July 23, 1834
Died June 7, 1910
At Rest
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/cemeteries/skinqtr01.txt

 

1835 after Married VIRGINIA E. JOHNSON was born 1818, and died December 02, 1888. She married GENERAL JAMES WEST PEGRAM June 10, 1829 in Chesterfield, Virginia, son of JOHN WEST and MARTHA GREGORY. He was born 1803 in Dinwiddie County, Virginia, and died 1844 in Aboard the steamboat Lucy Walker on the Ohio River. She died on 2 Dec 1888. Virginia E. Johnson was the daughter of Col. William Ransom Johnson and Mary Evans; Mary was the daughter of Dr. George Evans of "Oakland" in Chesterfield Co., Virginia. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/a/s/Stephen-C-Rasnsom/GENE1-0080.html

 

GENERAL JAMES WEST PEGRAM

JOHN WEST

MARTHA GREGORY.

 



1835 Cemetery Primary owners: Mount Herman Church Location: 17 miles northwest of
Chesterfield Courthouse, Virginia. Cemetery includes the following family names: Bailey, Bass, Cheatham, Dorset, Goode, Hall, Harris, Horner, Johnson, LaPrade, Markham, Moseley, Porter, Rudd, Simms, and Winfree.

 

 

 

 

1835 April 15: Married by Reverend Anderson Johnson: Winifree Wilson to Miss M.N. Worsham all of Chesterfield Co. Va; Published Tuesday, April 21, 1835.

 

 

Reverend Anderson Johnson

WInifree Wilson

Miss M.N. Worsham

 

 

 

1836 March 9: from Benjamin Watkins Leigh (1781-1849), Washington, D. C., to Thomas R. Johnston, Rodney, Mississippi, stating that he had not received Johnstonís letter until this date and answering a request for a list of readings suitable as preparation for the practice of law, and an enclosed lists of Leighís recommended readings in law, history, "forensic eloquence," and style.

 

1836 June 14: Charles Forsee, born March 04, 1754 in King Williams Parish, Virginia; died June 14, 1836 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

 

Charles Forsee

 

Charles Forseeís family one Daniel Forsee is living in 1837 in District 10 by the Widow Ann Johnson born 1770 in Va. She is the daughter in Law of Hudson Johnson

 

He married (1) Judith. He married (3) Nancy Purdie Robertson 1796. He married (4) Rebecca H. Branch April 27, 1826. 
More About Charles Forsee:
Military service: He served in the
Cumberland County militia during the Revolution under Captains Thomas Harris and Isaac Porter.
Namesake: Named after his maternal grandfather.
Occupation:
Baptist preacher, Chesterfield County, Virginia
More About Charles Forsee and Nancy
Robertson:
Marriage: 1796
More About Charles Forsee and Rebecca
Branch:
Marriage: April 27, 1826
Child of Charles Forsee is:

William Forsee

Elizabeth Forsee. She married John Pleasants September 12, 1812

Judith Forsee. She married James Gates, Jr. November 06, 1809.

Mary P. Forsee. She married WIlliam Jackson February 13, 1826.

John Forsee, born September 12, 1788. He married Elizabeth Goode May 29, 1816.

Lawson P. Forsee. He married (1) Elizabeth Rudd December 26, 1825. He married (2) Martha O. Bass May 11, 1846.

Sally Forsee.

Nancy Forsee.

 

DANIEL FORSEE

Daniel Pierre Forsee (Francis3, Stephen2, Jean1 Farcy) was born 1783 in Mannekin Town, Buckingham County, Virginia, and died 1867 in Humphreys County, Tennessee. He married Naomi Flowers in Buckingham County, Virginia, daughter of Valentine Flowers and Elizabeth Flippen. She was born July 26, 1789.  

Notes for Daniel Pierre Forsee:
Daniel Pierre Forsee was born and married in
Virginia, then moved to Hickman County, Tennessee in 1815. He stayed two years there, then moved on to Humphreys County. He was one of the early settlers of Humphreys County, Tennessee. It was in the year of 1817 that he moved to McEwen, Tennessee.
Little is known of his possessions. Tilf Cotham has his desk; Ben Forsee has his wine flasks, razors, etc.; Mary Meadow's children have the family Bible. He always wore a strand of amber beads around his neck. The strand of amber beads have been given from children to grandchildren. He was a wealthy settler and a peaceful neighbor. He owned more than 100 slaves, and much property. In a graveyard near the old home place there are 64 slaves buried. He was kind to his slaves, and they respected him. Most of his children settled near him. His health failed rapidly after his son, Tilford, was killed in the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864.
Source: Writings of Lilian Forsee Davis and Ida Lee Forsee, 1930-1950.
More About Daniel Pierre Forsee:
Burial: 1867, Forsee Cemetery,
near McEwen, Tennessee
More About Daniel Forsee and Naomi Flowers:
Marriage:
Buckingham County, Virginia
Children of Daniel Forsee and Naomi Flowers are:

 

FORSEE FAMILES OF CHESTERFIELD CO.

Littleberry Sublett, Sr. (born around 1757, Chesterfield County, Virginia; died 1800; Revolutionary War veteran) married Sarah (Sally) Burton in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

 

William Sublett (born around 1768, Cumberland County, Virginia) married Mary Forsee on January 15, 1800, in Powhatan County, Virginia; married Mrs. Nancy Cheatham on June 15, 1818, in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

 

 

 

1836 Oct 6: Married by reverend Anderson Johnson: John Shearer to Miss Ann Loagen, in Chesterfield Co. both are natives of Ayrshire Scotland: Published Tuesday, October 11, 1836.

 

Notes: John Shearer

Ann Loagen

 

 

 

 

1840: In Memory of My Beloved Wife
Orpah Worsham Johnson
Born March 21, 1840
Died March 28, 1900
At Rest
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/cemeteries/skinqtr01.txt

 

 

Orpah Worsham Johnson

 

 

 

 

1841 Nov 23: Hezekiah Johnson born 1811 May 24 to Frances J. Hobbs ( information from the Bible belonging to Mrs. J. M. Gunn of Barton Heights) Hezekiah Johnson died Nov 22 1855 Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

Frances J. Hobbs

 

1844 June 13th Died in Chesterfield Va Mary T. Johnson Born in Louisa Co. Febíy 22nd 1785 Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord that they may rest from their labours and their works do follow them: Survey Report, Daniel Johnson (1728) graveyard: 1936 Mar. 19 Research made by Craig Romaine
 
1844 Nov. 10, to Sept. 17, 1919
Inscription: mostly decipherable
Our Mother
Annie B. Johnson
Marker:Present
Type:Head: Faces:N Material:Stone: Design:Rectangle Flat Condition:Eroded, moss/lichen Design:Rectangle Flat
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/cemeteries/mthermon-g-k.txt
 

1844 Nov 11 Anderson Johnson married 2nd time to Lucy widow of Pleasant Cheatham. Sent in by Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

Pleasant Cheatham

Lucy Cheatham

 
1847 Jan 5 Published: Death of France T. Johnson of Chesterfield Co. Va: Publication Date: January 5, 1847, page 3, column Newspaper title: Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Va. : 1815 : Semiweekly).
 
 
1847 Jan 5: Published: Died Mrs. Fances T. Johnson wife of Mosby Johnson and daughter of Elliot Chiles and Eliza S. Chiles of Chesterfield Co. Funeral from the First Baptist Church of Richmond. Published Tuesday, January 5, 1847
Frances T. Johnson
Mosby Johnson
Eillot Chiles
Eliza Chiles
 
 
1847 December 31,Reception by the House of Delegates for Col. Garland and Lieut. Johnson of Chesterfield. Republican (Petersburg, Va. : 1843) , page 2, column 3
 
1848 Jan 24 Published: Married Julia A Vincent of Chesterfield Co to Thomas L. Johnson of PortsmithJanuary 24, 1848, page 2, column 6.
 
Julia A. Vincent
 
1849 June 6: Died: Mrs. Caroline M.R. Johnson at her residence in Salisbury Chesterfield Co. Va. Published Friday, June 8, 1849.

 

1849 June 7: Died: Mrs. Caroline M. R. Johnson in her 59thyear at her residence in Chesterfield Co. Va. Published  Tuesday, June 12, 1849.

 

Caroline M.R. Johnson

 

1849 Copy of will of Caroline M. R. Johnson and notes for answer to bill, used as exhibits in a chancery cause P. T. Johnson versus Edward Johnson http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/lva/vi01482.scopecontent

 

1849 Feb 10: Col W.R. Johnson of Chesterfield died in Mobile Daily Courier (Petersburg, Va.) (Film 228). August 31, 1870, page 1, column 3.

 

1849 May 22: Married by Reverend Ford of Chesterfield Co: Mosby Johnson of Richmond to Mrs. Louisa A. Gregory of Chesterfield Co. Va.: Published: Tuesday, May 29, 1849.

 

Mrs. Louisa A. Gregory

1850 June 24ROBERT JOHNSON MARY F. COATS Chesterfield

http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/COATES/1999-04/0923763972

 

1855 May 15: John Johnsonís will probated Chesterfield Co.Va WB 20 pg 593

 

To his daughter Sarah A. Forloine he gave the following slaves with their future increase to wit: Harriet and her four children viz William, Fleming, Jim Short and Caroline. Also Lewis, Jacob, Austin, Nancy, Fanny, Maskin, Patrick, Presly and Jim Brown. And the following property: Two feather bedws with furniture and bedsteads, one sideboard, one bureau and dressing gown, one shot gun, one corner press with glass doors, one clock, brass headed fire dogs, shovel and tongs that belong in my sitting room, a pair of brass candle stick, tray and shuffers, one brass preserving kettle, one folding walnut table, six winsor chairs, one easy chair, one rocking chair, also all of my table furniture of every description, including tablecloths, towels, etc two trunks, my roan horse, barouche and harness.

 

To his son John H. Johnson, he gave the following slaves andtheir increase to wit: John, Adaline, Jane and her child Jesse, which he now has in his possession.. It is further my will and desire after my death that the said John H. Johnson shall have the following slaves, in addition to the above named: to wit Moses, Sewell, Amos, Sarah and her son Anderson.

 

To his on William P. Johnson, he gave one negro boy named Frank, and one negro woman called Oldine: 2 horses, saddle and bridle, 3 cows and calves, one bed and furniture, one table and 6 chairs, and after my death two negores, George and Violet.

 

To his granddaughter Mary J. Forloine he gave one negro girl named Eliza and her child named Frank, and their future increase. Also one bed and furniture, one bedstead, one dressing table and dressing glass, one bereau, 2 trunks and a cow and calf.

 

To his four Wade grandchildren, he gave the following slaves and their future increase to wit: John, Ned, Burton, Lucy and her 3 children namely Julia, Fanny, and Margaret: Sam, Moses, Watkins, Ned, Martha and her 2 children Absolom and Rachel.

 

Ipon the death of John Johnson, his plantation and other undisposed property were to be sold and the proceeds were to be divided, one third to Sarah A. Forloine and one third to John H. Johnson and one third to the four Wade grandchildren. Pg 169

 

Sarah A. Forloine

Wade grandchildren

granddaughter Mary J. Forloine

 

1856 Dec. 6, Died 
Our Little Nannu
Nannie Glendora
Only Daughter of B.J. & Rosa J. Johnson
4 years, 6 months and 29 days http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/chesterfield/cemeteries/maury02.txtAged 
 
1857 March 18: Publishe Graduation of Samuel P. Johnson of Chesterfield Co. Va from Medical College of Virginia Annual Comencement in Chemical Hall.  March 18, 1857, page 3, column 1.Daily Democrat (Petersburg, Va.) (Film 231).
 
 
1857 March died in Chesterfield Co. Va. Johnson owned by Richard G. Haden: Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by the Virginia Genealogical Society Source of information: Botetourt County, 1857,
page 3
Richard G. Haden
 
1859 - James Johnson SHERIFF OF CHESTERFIELD COUNTY http://www.chesterfieldsheriff.org/history.html 
 
 

1861-1865 John W. Wade CSA served in the CSA in Co. H. 22nd Va battalion Fields Brigade A.P. Hills Division. Wounded at Frayserís Farm. & days fight around Richmond 1864 Oct 19, was engaged in battles below Petersburg on Rail Road, captured at Sailors Creek on the retreat. Imprisoned at Point Lookout, paroled 1865 Jan 22. Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

John W. Wade

 

 

1862 Died John Henry Johnson Jr. CSA Slightly wounded at battle of Seven Pines died at 21 years of age from typhoid fever at the home of David A. Brown. John Thompson Brown took his corpse to his home in Mecklenburg Co. near Buffalo Springs and after the burial John Thompson Brown visited Dr. Field who resided 2 miles from Boydton and There John Thompson Brown became engaged to battie Harrison. Dr. Fields step daughter (daughter of Dr. Fieldís 2nd wife Taken from a book in our Genealogy section of our library here in Wichitia Falls Tx. Data on Some Virginia Families pages 163-171 edited by Dakota Best Brown From hele: her 763@ntbroadand.com

 

1865 Nov 24: Published: W. H. Crow: Clifton Farms, 400 acres in Chesterfield Co bounded on the North by breast works, a land of H. Covington, East Appomattoc River, West by D. Dunlops: Estate of J. A. Johnston:  Daily Express (Petersburg, Va.) November 24, 1865, page 2, column 3.

 

1871 Nov 22: Published Death of Colonel Marmaduek Johnson CSA of Chesterfield Co. Va. Died in RichmondNovember 22, 1871, page 3, column 3.

 

Johnson, Edward: Capt., M.D.: Born Chesterfield Source: Library of Virginia Digital

 

Johnson, John E.: Col.: Born Chesterfield Source: Library of Virginia Digital

 

Benjamin J. Johnson married Jane Rosa Hall in Richmond Co. Va she is daughter of Green Hall: They reside in Chesterfield Co. Va

 

Lucy C. Johnson married John J. Brown she is daughter of Dr. W.H. Johnson, they married in Chesterfield Co. Va

 

LANDS WHERE JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILES ARE FOUND IN CHESTERFIELD CO. VA

 

Appottomax River

Chickahominy River

Henrico River

James River

York River

 

Buckingham Road

Chickahominy Swamp

Cold Water Run

Clover Forest Road

Dale Parish

Manakin Creek

Manchester Parish

Midlothain Pike

Norrissís Spring Branch

Randolphs Road

Reedy Branch

Sweathorse Creek

Swift Creek

Powhite Creek

Powhite Swamp

 

 

 

REPORTS

 

Daniel Johnson lived in Manchester Parish in Chesterfield County. To his widow Retter "in leui of Dower" he lent to her for and during her natural life the following property. The land and plantation whereon I now live together withy eighty acres of land I purchased os Sarah Bacon, the frist purchase I mad of her. with the folllowong slave, Moses Dick, alias DIck Logan, Judah John, Nancy, Sarah and Robert with complete power to dispose the female if any, at her decease to any one or more of my children that she may think proper. I also lend her two head of horses, one gig and harness, one wagon and gear, three head of cattle, the stock of hogs and sheep, the plantation utensils, three feather beds and furniture on desk and bookcase, two walnut tables, one glass cupboard and one walnut cupboard, one case and bottles, one black chest, thow hair trunks, two arm chairs, twelve windsor chairs, one brass kettle, one iron kettle, three iron pots, two skillets, one pair of tongs, four pair of fire irons, all the pewter and earthenware knives and forks one caster one frying pan six silver table spoons, six silver tea spoons, two coffee pots, one tea kettle, one Dutch oven, one candle box, two brass candle table, Semple's History of the Baptists one cross cut saw, one hand saw, two meal sifters, one trumbill, four augurs, four chisels, one drawing knufe,one red safe, one apple mill, all the glass war, the coffee mill,one red runlet, one lantern,sun window curtains, two table covers, two hat racks, two pair of pot hooks, one cllaw hammer, one cotton wheel, onw flax wheel, onhe pair of flax haccles, one grindstone, and one pair of flat irons, together with as much Indian Corn ( wheat or Flour) pork and provender as may be necessary to support her family and stock until she can have a chance to make a crop. ALso as much wheat as may be necessary for her to seed for the first rop. I also give to my beloved wife one feather bed and furniture and one case of botles.

 

Josiah Elliot was one of the witnesses to Daniel Johnson's will.

 

Josiah Elliot

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MISC. NOTES PLACE IN Johnston Co. NC

 

Not here

 

Hello Tony,
Thank you for your email. My Johnson/ton line comes from
Johnston County NC. This line came into Johnston County NC between 1750-55 from
Isle of Wight County Va. in the persons of Thomas Johnston Jr, John Johnston
and Amos Johnston.

Thomas Johnston and John Johnston were brothers and the sons of Thomas
Johnston Sr of the Isle of Wight County Va.

Amos Johnston was the son of John Johnston.

You and I are in the Johnson DNA project but are different haplogroups(I'm R1b1) so
there is no relationship in our Johnson lines.

My ggggrandfather was Noel Johnston. He left Johnston County in 1802 in a move to ChesterfieldCounty SC where my roots are. Noel's father was Joel Johnston. This is proved by estate records. Joel Johnston's father was the above Thomas Johnston
Jr. This relationship is proved by a gift of deed from Joel to his father
Thomas where he gave land and livestock to his father for " the care he has
taken of me while under doctor's care". Noel did have a brother named
Urias(Uriah) who was the adminst. of Joel's will. Urias relocated to Maury County
Tenn
.,from there his descendants spread to Missouri, Illinos and Iowa.

The person who knows most about the Johnson/ton families of Johnston County is
Mark Valsame. He lives in Johnston County and is a genealogist for the
State of NC. Mark has related to me that the Sill Johnson/ton line is a
different line from the Thomas/John Johnston line. I guess our DNA test prove
that if you are related to the Sill Johnston line. Richard Johnson/ton was a
son of the elder Sill Johnson/ton. If I'm not mistaken, I believe Mark
indicated that the Sill line came to Johnston County from Amelia County Va area.
I will have to verify that. I have a perfect match with another Johnson
in Chesterfield County area that descended from a William Johnson/ton who
lived in Johnston County. He relocated to Chesterfield County between
1810/20. I hope this information has been of some help. My project #is 5962. I'm
located in the Linden Tree group.
Regards
Ernest

Johnson researchers of Wake- Johnston Co. NC