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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 Europe Group White Oak http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i.html#Group_White_Oak

Purple is my Cousin Joe Matlocks 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 Spruce http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/haplogroup.i1b.html

 

Lime is the Color assigned to this DNA GROUP OF JOHNSON RESEARCHERS and will be added to Current Files of  Johnson and Allied Families in Faquier Co. Va. Halifax Co. Va. Pittsylvania Co. Granville Co. NC

 

Haplogroup R1b1   -Haplogroup R1b is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded throughout Europe as humans re-colonized after the last glacial maximum 10-12 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroup containing the Atlantic modal haplotype . Group Elm

 

Julian Bentley Johnson Jerry Johnson <nodigits@sbcglobal.net> James Granville Johnson <bobmastr@zipnet.us> Judy: For William Thomas Johnson  <jmje36@aol.com>Floyd Junior Johnson: Ronald K. Johnson<jronson@msn.com>

 

 

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. The correct date is inserted
before the quoted excerpts below. 
From: Mary E. Stewart  

 

In 1752 the new year began to be counted from Jan 1. Before that it ran from March 26-March 25, Julian Calender changed. So a date in July 1750 would be earlier in the same "year" as one in Feb 1750 (which once 1752 rolled around, would be thought of as the next year). From: Barbara Schenck

 

Rose Color is for Haplogroup R1b1   -Haplogroup R1b is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded throughout Europe as humans re-colonized after the last glacial maximum 10-12 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroup containing the Atlantic modal haplotype . Researchers matching this DNA ARE Linda Griffin; James Russell Johnson, Samuel Frank Johnson, C. Thomas Johnson and Stephen Alexander Johnson http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hjohnson/Pedigrees/1195_et_all.htm.

Haplogroup E3b1a -  This lineage is estimated to have originated in north-eastern Africa about 23,000 years ago. Some of its branches exited Africa during the Paleolithic, and today it can be found in Europe, the Middle East, and north and east Africa: DNA Of Researcher Brett Johnson

 

Haplogroup R1bi is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded throughout Europe as humans re colonized after the last glaciail maximum 10-13 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroups containing the Atlantic modal haplotype: Group is Aspen; Color is Light Orange Researchers are Jane Johnson Williams, James Johnson born Ca 1718 died 1785 Brunswick Co. Va.

 

Haplo groups R1b-R1b1C is the most common haplogroup in European populations. It is believed to have expanded through out Europes as humans re colonized after the las glacial maximum 10-12 thousand years ago. This lineage is also the haplogroups containing the Atlantic modal haplotype. Group is Black Oak: Color is Brown: Researcher is Dean Johnston: Thomas Johnson reside Pits.Co Va 1776 moved to Washington Co.

 

These files come from numerous Johnson-Johnston-Johnstone-Jonson-Jonston researchers and Sent to Tony L. Johnson who compiled the information Please share with Other researchers

Report made by Tony L. Johnson a descendant of Hudson Johnson and Agness Johnson of Bartons Creek, Dickson Co. Tn, Big Creek Hawkins Co Tn and Buffalo Creek of Henry Co.Va.

 

1736 May 19:  Duncan lease to Skinker. This Indenture 19 May 1736 from Thomas Dunken of Hamilton Parish, Prince William Co., planter, to Samuel Skinker of Hanover Parish, County of King George Gent., for five shillings Sterling money paid ..., all that tract or parcel of land containing 67 acres in the said county of Prince William on a branch of the Marsh Run commonly called Marrs Run, and is bounded as follows: Beg. at a white oak corner to the lands of Charles Morgan, extending N 21 deg. W 28 poles to a red oak corner to the lands of Parson Scott, then binding therewith S 10 deg. W 148 poles to a corner white oak, then S 18 deg. E 26 poles to a live oak on the line of the said Run, then down the said run S 65 deg. W 72 poles to a spanish oak, then N 73 deg. W 31 poles to a pine corner to Dinwiddie's land, finally along a line of the said land N 25 deg. E 246 poles to the first station, together with all rights ... for one year, paying the yearly rent ... Thomas Duncan (X). Wit. Wm. Hackney, Jeffrey Johnson (+), Thomas Evans (+). At a Court held for Prince William Co. July 21, 1736, William Hackney, Jeffrey Johnson and Thomas Evans proved this lease to be the act and deed of Thomas Duncan and it was thereupon admitted to record. (p.133-34)

 

Thomas Dunken Hamilton Parish, Prince William Co

Samuel Skinker of Hanover Parish, County of King George

Marsh Run

Marrs Run,

Charles Morgan

Parson Scott

Dinwiddie's land,

Wm. Hackney

Jeffrey Johnson

Thomas Evans

 

1736 May 20: This indenture Thomas Dunkin of Hamilton Parish, Prince William Co., planter, to Samuel Skinker of Hamilton Parish, King George Co., Gent., for 10 current VA money paid before the delivery of these presents, ... all that tract of land containing 67 acres in said Prince William Co. on a branch of the Marsh Run commonly called Marrs Run, and is bounded as follows: Beg. at a white oak corner to the land of Charles Morgan, extending N 21 deg. W 38 (sic) poles to a red oak corner to the land of Parson Scott, then binding therewith S 10 deg. W 148 poles to a corner white oak, then S 18 deg. E 26 poles to a live oak on the line of the said Run, then down the said run S 65 deg. W 72 poles to a spanish oak, then N 73 deg. W 31 poles to a pine corner to Dinwiddie's land, finally along a line of the said land N 25 deg. E 246 poles to the first station, together with all rights ... actual possession of said Samuel Skinker by virtue of an indenture of bargain and sale for one year bearing date the day before the date of these presents ... Thomas Duncan (T). Wit. Wm. Hackney, Jeffrey Johnson (+), Thomas Evans (+). Received of Samuel Skinker the sum of 10 ... Thomas Duncan (T). (same witnesses) At a Court held for Prince William Co. July 21, 1736, William Hackney, Jeffrey Johnson and Thomas Evans proved this lease to be the act and deed of Thomas Duncan and it was thereupon admitted to record. (p.134-37)

      On the motion of the Plaintiff it is ordered that Peter Conway deputy surveyor of this County do go upon the lands in controversy on the (blank) day of (blank) next, if fair, if not, the next fair day, and survey and lay out the same as the party shall require and return five fair plates [plats] and report thereof to the court and that anyone of the Justices of the said County do then and there meet him and examine and take the depositions of such witnesses as may be produced by either of the parties which are to be returned with the said Plat and reports and the sheriff of the said County is to attend the said survey and remove force if any be offered. (p.137)

 

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqu3.htm

 

Thomas Dunkin

Samuel Skinker

Marrs Run,

Marsh Run

William Hackney

Jeffrey Johnson 1736

Thomas Evans

 

1736 July 21: Pg.133, 5/19-20/1736, Thomas Dunken (X) of Hamilton Par., Prince William Co., planter, to Samuel Skinker, of Hanover Par., King George Co., Gent., 67 acres in Prince William on branch Marsh Run called Marrs Run, adj. Charles Morgan, Parson Scott, Dinwiddie's land; wit. Wm. Hackney, Jeffrey Johnson (X), Thomas Evans (X); court 7/21/1736, rec. on oaths of wit

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

Charles Morgan,

Parson Scott,

Dinwiddie's land

 

1737 Apr - The Rev William Dodson was born about 1738, [Apr 1737, on tombstone], probably in Prince William, (now Fauquier) County, Virginia

 

REV. WILLIAM DODSON

Place of Birth - Prince William (Fauquier) County, Virginia 

Source: The Dodson (Dotson) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia, Volume  
Relationship to Paul B Dotson - 5th Great Grandfather, as well as 2nd Cousin, 6 times removed.

 

1763 Nov17 30  - 1st Marrriage - married under the name Williamson Dodson, married Winifred Johns(t)on, daughter of Jeffrey and Rachel Johnston - Johnson , marriage occurred in Fauquier County, Virginia
Source: The Dodson (Dotson) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia, Volume 1

CHILDREN TO REV. WILLIAM DODSON AND WINIFRED JOHNS(T)ON:

JAMES B DODSON, b. ABT 1764, HALIFAX, VIRGINIA

RACHEL DODSON, b. ABT 1765, FAUQUIER, VIRGINIA

WINIFRED DODSON, b. ABT 1770, HALIFAX, VIRGINIA

 

Winifred Johnson Dodson evidently died before 1789 when her father died in Wilkes County, North Carolina, naming his grandchildren James Johnson, Rachel Johnson  and Winifred Dodson, in his will.  In fact Winifred had probably died several years earlier, maybe in the 1770's.
Source: The Dodson (Dotson) Family of
North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia, Volume 1

 

2nd Marriage - William Dodson married second time, but no record of this marriage has been found and the name of the second wife is unknown.  There were children by the second wife also, [Sallie Dodson, b. bet 1770-1780, Virginia, m. Elijah Dotson, 02 Dec 1789, Halifax County, Virginia, d. Bef 1840, Humphreys County, Tn.].
Source: The Dodson (Dotson) Family of
North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia, Volume 1

 

1840 - Elijah Dotson is on the 1840 census of Humphreys Co. His wife, Sarah (Sallie), is absent from the enumeration, so she evidently died before 1840: 1 JUN 1840 United States Federal Census Name: Elijah Dotson Township: District 10  County: Humphreys  State: Tennessee 
Number of persons in household: 2
Ages of persons in household: Male 20-30 - 1 [Joseph C. Dotson ?]
                                             Male 60-70 - 1 [Elijah Dotson, Sr.]
Occupation information : 2 involved in agriculture, [farming]
Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place:  ,
Humphreys, Tennessee; Roll: 524; Page: 242. 

 

From: Paul Dodson kathleendotson@comcast.net 

 

1738 abt William Dodson son of Thomas Dodson Grandson of Thomas Dodson and Great Grandson of Charles Dodson is born, probably in Prince William County, now Fauquier Co. Va. He died 1832 May 6 in lands that were in Iredell Co. NC.

1763 Nov 23, Faquier County Va. Reverend William Dodson was married his first time as Williamson Dodson to Winifred Johnson aka Winifred Johnston the Daughter of Jeffery Johnston and wife Rachel of Fauquier CO. Va.

Winnifred Johnson-Johnston evidently died before 1789 when her father died in Wilkes County NC, naming his grandchildren James, Rachel and Winifred Dodson in his will. In fact Winifred Johnson Dodson probably died several years earlier maybe in the 1770's.

Rev William Dodson married a 2nd time but no record of this marriage has been found and the name of his 2nd wife is unknown. William Dodson is probably the William Dodson who became a member by Baptism of Broad Run Church of Fauquier Co. on 1764 May 13 and who was ex communicated in 1769.

It is unknown exactly when William Johnson moved to Halifax/Pittsylvania County Va area but he probably came with his Father IN Law Jeffery Johnson who was a witness to a bond and deed of Thomas Dodson and John Creel in Pittsylvania Co. 1773 June ( Pittsylvania Co. Deeds 3-361)

William Dodson received by will of his Father Thomas Dodson dated 1779, after the death of Thomas Dodson's wife " The plantation and tract of land whereon I now live( we have not located a record of the sale of this land.

It was reported in the annual register of the Baptist Denomination, by John Asplund that William Dodson was the minister of Cascade Creek Church in 1780. William Dodson is also credited with organizing Arbor Baptist Church in 1785, and Millstone Baptist Church in 1789, both in Halifax County Va. (Halifact by Dr. W.B. Barbeer Danville Va 1941).

William Dodson is probably shown on Hailfax Co. Tax list from 1782 to 1789.

From 1790 to 1795 William Dodson is fond on the Tax Lists of Pittsylvania Co. He lived on cascade Creek near his son in law Elijah Dodson-Dotson. Cascade Creek is the extreme Southwest part of Pittsylvania County and flows across the State line into North Carolina.

It is possible William Dodson was preaching in NC churches before he moved his residence there. ( To NC)

Willliam Dodson moved to NC soon after 1795 as in April 1799 he entered 200 acres on the Bushy Mountains in Wilkes County NC and in 1800 he entered 300 acres on Beaver Creek. He sold 200 acres to Thomas Phillips on 1801 May 4th (Wilkes Cou.. Deeds & grants 1797-1805 pg 4). The Brushy Mountains lie against the present border of Wilkes and Irdell Co. NC. However William Dodson and his son William Dodson are on the tax lists for Wilkes County in 1805, taxed for 300 acres and 100 acres in Capt. John Carne's District.

1811 Dec 9, William Dotson received a NC grant for 50 acres on the waters of Little Lower River, Burke County NC (Now Alexander Co NC) and on 1812 Nov 28, he received another grant for 50 acres on Lamberts Fork of Lower Little River ( Wilkes CO. Deeds G/H-394 and G/H-479 ( some of these might be for his son William Dodson).

William Dodson's church activities in NC are noted in Johnson J. Haynes "The land of Wilkes 1962". Mr. Haynes says that "Among the arms of Flat Rock Church constituted in 1783 May, was Warrior Church constituted in 1799 May" and now called Zion Hill Church, located at Boomer on the waters of Warrior Creek, a Southern Branch of the Yadkin River which rises in the Brushy Mountains.

The name Zion Hill church was constituted in 1814 April with William Dodson as Pastor. He also served as Pastor at King's Creek Church between 1800-1810.

Fishing Creek Church located on old Highway 60, is about 4 miles East of Wilkesboro, and was constituted in an arm of Brier Creek church, the result of a petition filed by members of Brier Creek church who lived some distance from the church. The Petition was signed by William W. Wright, clerk dated the first Saturday in March 1822 and was authorized by Brier Creek and its Pastor. William Dodson and William Gilliam formed the presbytery who constituted it on 1822 Aug. 4. Thtese were Baptist Churches.

The Rev. Elias Dodson in his manuscript said that Rev. William Dodson preached in Virginia for 30 years and then moved to Iredell Co. NC in 1797 and preached nearly all the time until he died in 1832. While the Rev. William Dodson may have died in Iredell Co. NC he spent a good many years as a resident of Wilkes Co. NC where he was on the census for 1810 and 1820. Rev. William Dodson died at the home of a daughter in Present Alexander Co. NC.

The Present Alexander Co. NC (formed 1846) where Elder William Dodson spent his latter years was composed of the older counties of Iredell, Wilkes and Burke. The Central portion of Alexander Co. has had a checkered history because the three older counties met there between 1789 to 1841 and the county lines between these three counties shifted back and forth.

Page 38 and 39 of The Dodson (Dotson) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia

 

Notes: William Dodsons Brother is Thomas Dodson known as Second Fork born Sept 1728 in Richmond CO. Va. As he lived on the 2nd fork of Birch Creek. He owns lands in Pittsylvania County and in Halifax Co. Va. Thomas Dodson married Mary Neville the daughter of who lived in Prince William Co. Nov 11 1766 he arrived in Halifax County Va and was under the care of Birch Creek Church.

3rd Sat. of March 1792 he Thomas Dodson is found in the records of Baptist Church on North Holston in Hawkins County he is there with the following Thomas Dodson and Mary, Jesse Dodson and Ruth, Elisha Dodson and Rachel, Thomas Dodson, Nancy Dodson, Elizabeth Dodson, Utally Dodson, Alsey and Winifred Johnson. This church was located in Grainger Co. formed from Hawkins CO. and Knox Co. in 1796 very near the Hawkins Co. border. Of note is Thomas Dodsons son Jesse Johnson married Judith Combs in 1793 Halifax Co. Va. And they became members of Big Spring Baptist Church which was the parent Church of Rev. Thomas Murrells church. In 1793 Rev. Jesse Dodson the brother of William Dodson and of Thomas Dodson is the minister of this Church.

In Rev. Thomas Murrells church is Agness Johnson the wife of Hudson Johnson

 

Notes: in 1837 the Widow Ann Johnson is in Humphreys Co. Tn District # 10, living by Elijah Dodson who is married to the Daughter of Rev. William Dodson and Winifred Johnson. Winifred Johnson is the daughter of Jeffry Johnson and wife Rachel. Martha Dodson age 61 born in NC with ? Burgess age 73 and James Burgess born Tn age 25 were in the house in Front of Anne Johnson widow age 70 born in Va.

Samuel Johnson and Mary Johnson W5012 NC Line. Soldier was a son of Jeffery Johnson who lived 9 miles below Wilkesboro in Wilkes County NC during the Revolutionary War and soldier lived there at enlistment. He received a disability pension for 1 Jan. 1809. Soldier married Mary daughter of Ambrose Hammons of Hammons on 25 June 1783 in Wilkes Co. NC, and soldier died there 15 Dec 1834 aged 77. Widow applied there on 224 Jan 1834 Wilkes CO NC aged 78 and widow there on 21 Jan 183_.

Children were Robert Johnson born 1783 Oct 25 he married a Miss Boran the sister of soldiers son in law Wm Boran

Nancy Johnson born 1783 Oct 3 she married a Mr. Gambill

Cloe Johnson born 1788 Oct 25

Samuel B. Johnson born 1790 May 18

Ambrose Johnson born 1792/93 May 15

Mary Polly Johnson born 1796 June 9. she married Wm. Boran

Rachel Johnson no birth date she married a Forrister (his name not clearly written)

Lewis Johnson born abt 1800 married prior to 1834 (wife not named)

John S. Johnson abt 1803 and in 1853 was referred to as Col. Johnson S. Johnson

Widow died leaving children Ambrose Johnson, Lewis Johnson, John S. Johnson, Mrs Clay GAMBILL or Cloy GAMBILL. Mrs. Nancy Cambill, Mrs Rachel Forrister all of Wilkes Co. NC and Mrs. Mary Boran of Grayson Co. Va. Soldiers nephew George was an office in Rev. and was the son of soldiers brother William Johnson. A John Johnson signed the marriage bond with soldier on Jan 24 1782 and in 1851 one John S. Johnson was a J.P. and a James S. Johnson was a J.P. ( All 3 men were in Wilkes CO. NC but no relationship was shown).

In 1853 Mrs. Nancy Gambill widow of Capt. Martin Gambill made affdt in Ashe Co. NC and a John Gambill was a J.P. in 1853 for Ashe CO. NC, A Robert Gambill was County Clerk of Ashe Co. NC and a John Gambill was a J.P. for Wilkes CO. NC, but their relationship to soldiers daughter is not state. Source 1856 Abstracts of Rev. War Pension From: Marie McKinney

1739 Born Margaret Winn (b. 1739, d. 1803) was born in Fauquier County, VA. She married Smith Moses Johnson (b. 1734, d. 1805) of Rappahannock, VA. Margaret and Smith had at least 1 daughter. (Sources: (1) Deanna Ames, descendant of Margaret Winn, tdames@worldnet.att.nethttp://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/WINN/2004-07/1090501150

Margaret Winn

 

1740 Era Mary Martha Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia. Child of Jeffrey Junior Johnson and Rachel Walker

 

1749 Nov 25 George Johnson born

George Johnson S7096: NC AND VA LINES: Soldier was born 1749 Nov 25 Fauquier Co Va and he lived there at enlistment and in 1781 soldier moved to Wilkes Co. NC and he applied there 1832 Nov 14. . PG 1845 Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files

 

George Johnson

My Notes 1749 Fauquier Co. not formed yet. This would have to be Prince William Co. Va.

1751 Apr 06 born William Johnson (Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1835 Wilkes County, NC) married Mary Parks. From Margaret Mabrey margiesan@charter.net

William Johnson S8764: NC Line soldier was born 1761 April 6 in Faquier Co. Va and he lived in Wilkes Co NC at enlistment and he applied there 1832 Oct 31 a brother not named was wounded in the battle of Kings Mountain. Pg 1860 Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files

 

My notes he is son of Jeffery Johnson born Prince William Co. Va and died in Wilkes Co. Va, brother mentioned is Capt. Samuel Johnson

My notes Faquier County Not Formed in 1751 This would have to be Prince William Co. Va

Notes: 1832 Oct 31: State of North Carolina, County of Wilkes
On this 31st day of October 1832 personally appeared in open Court, before the Court of Pleas &
Quarter Sessions of the County of Wilkes and State of North Carolina, now sitting, William Johnson a
resident of the County of Wilkes & State of North Carolina aged Eighty one years, who being first duly
sworn according to law, doth, on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to attain the benefit
of the act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832.
That he was born in the County of Fauquier in the State of Virginia on the 6th day of April 1751
(the record of which was entered in his Bible by direction of his father) where he continued to reside
until he was about 15 or 16 years of age,(1766 sic) when he removed with his father to the County of Loudoun in
the same State where he lived about two years (1769 sic), when he again removed with his father to Rowan
(now Wilkes) County in North Carolina.
In the spring of the year 1776, the Cherokee Indians were very troublesome on the Western side
of the Blue Ridge [Mountains] in that part of the Country particularly now embraced in the limits of
Ashe County N. C. and a requisition was made upon the militia of Wilkes County for a company to
guard the frontier settlements on the Western side of the ridge from there depredations. This deponent
among others volunteered himself in the latter part of May in the year 1776 in the said County of
Wilkes, and joined the company of volunteers commanded by Captain Joseph Herndon, and marched
directly across the Blue Ridge near to where Ashe Court House now stands, where they found a
number of the frontier inhabitants engaged in the erection of a fort upon reaching that place, Captain
Herndon endeavored to prevail upon the inhabitants to abandon the Country and remove to the Eastern
side of the mountains, but this they declined to do and after remaining there for some time in scouring
the surrounding country, they returned home and was discharged. In this expedition this deponent
believes he served about two weeks.
About the first of August following, this deponent again volunteered himself and joined Captain
Benjamin Cleveland's company and rendezvoused near where Wilkes C.H. now stands, and as soon as
the company could be properly organized, and the necessary arrangements made, they marched to the
Pleasant Gardens in the County of Burke, where they joined the troops under General Rutherford
[Griffith Rutherford]. In a few days after joining General Rutherford they marched direct to the
Cherokee Towns of Cowee, Watauga, Oconoluflee [?] and some others not particularly recollected at
what was called the Middle Towns, (the troops being a good deal sickly from eating roasting ears &
fresh beef) a proposition was made by General Rutherford for a thousand volunteers of the ablest and
stoutest man to turn out and march to the Valley Towns this deponent was one of the number, and as
soon as the requisite number was made up they marched immediately to the Valley Towns, a distance
of about sixty miles upon their arrival, they found a few straggling Indians (the balance having fled)
whom they captured and kept prisoners after burning the Towns and destroying their corn and all the
property they could find, they returned again to the middle Towns, where they rejoined that portion of
the Army they had left After remaining a few days at the Middle Town until they rested and
recruited, they set out upon their return to North Carolina, and after reaching the County of Wilkes,
Captain Cleveland discharged his company & this deponent returned home, which place he reached
about the last of October, having been gone about three months. From the time that the deponent
returned from the Cherokee Nation until about the month of August 1780 embracing a period of nearly
four years this deponent performed sundry short tours of duty against the Tories (who at that time were
very troublesome) two of which were performed under Captain William Lenoir on the North Western
side of the Blue Ridge in these two tours this deponent believes he served about a month and the
particular periods of the other tours performed against the Tories cannot now be recollected About
the latter part of August 1780 information was received by Colonel Benjamin Cleveland, that Major
Ferguson [Patrick Ferguson] of the British Army was supposed to be approaching North Carolina from
the South with a large number of British and Tories upon which Col. Cleveland issued orders
immediately for all the militia in the County of Wilkes to rendezvous at the Court House this
deponent immediately repaired thither and joined the company commanded by Captain William Lenoir
after remaining at Wilkes C. H. for some time until the troops could be organized, they set out upon
their march to oppose Major Ferguson upon the way they were joined by Colonel Campbell [William
Campbell], with a Regiment from Virginia, as also by other troops from North Carolina when they
had advanced perhaps to the Cherokee ford on Broad River it was ascertained that Major Ferguson was
endeavoring to post himself on King's Mountain upon which it was proposed that all those who had
horses or who could procure them, should proceed with all possible dispatch to engage with him this
deponent having no horse, and not being able to procure one was necessarily left behind with the foot
men, and did not reach the battle ground the battle having been fought and the Americans being on
their return with their prisoners a short distance, when the foot men rejoined them after rejoining the
Army, this deponent was detailed by Colonel Cleveland with others to take charge of the wounded
(among whom was a brother of this deponent) and after making what preparations they could, and
administering to their wants as much as possible, they set out in advance of the Army and proceeded on
until they reached Wilkes C H when Col. Cleveland directed this deponent to convey his brother home,
as he was in a very helpless condition, and to remain with him until he should recover which this
deponent accordingly did In this expedition, this deponent believes he was absent nearly 3 months,
from the time that he rendezvoused at Wilkes C. H. until his return to that place not counting the time
that he remained with his brother after their return though it was counted to him for a three months
tour, and he drew pay for that length of time. -- In the spring of the year 1781 when Lord Cornwallis
was marching through North Carolina, this deponent again volunteered himself and joined a company
commanded by Captain Nathaniel Gordon -- the company to which this deponent belonged endeavored
to form a Junction with General Greene's Army, which was supposed to be at that time somewhere on
the waters of Dan River in the borders of Virginia but before they had reached the Shallow Ford of
the Yadkin, it was ascertained that Lord Cornwallis was ahead of them, and that he kept scouting and
foraging parties constantly scouring the country so that they found it would be impossible to reach
General Greene without running a great risk of falling into the hands of the enemy they accordingly
took post at a place in the County of Surry where the village of Jonesville now stands and where they
remained until they were discharged. -- In this expedition this deponent believes he served about two
weeks.
This deponent has resided in Wilkes County ever since the revolutionary War, and resides there
at this time He never received any written discharge from the service, nor has he any documentary
evidence to prove it but refers to Mr. Elijah Vickes2 who served with him most of the time, whose
affidavit is hereto annexed, as a witness who can testify to his service.
He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present, and
declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any State.
Sworn to & subscribed the day & year aforesaid.
S/ R. Martin C.W.C.C. S/ William Johnson

On the day and year aforesaid, personally appeared in open Court before the Court aforesaid,
Elijah Vickes who being first duly sworn according to law, deposeth and saith, that he served with
William Johnson the above applicant during the following tours of service to wit: first under Captain

Joseph Herndon to the Western side of the Blue Ridge against the Cherokee Indians secondly, under
General Rutherford to the Cherokee Nation, and thirdly, under Colonel Cleveland to King's Mountain
and further, that the said three several tours of duty as set forth and specified in the foregoing
declaration as having been performed by the said William Johnson, were performed by him and that
the remaining tour of duty set forth in the said declaration, he believes (from his knowledge of the
character of said William Johnson) was performed by him.
Sworn to & subscribed the day and year aforesaid.
S/ R. Martin C. W. C. C. S/ Elijah Vickes, X his mark

Notes: It is probable that Johnson's brother was Capt. Samuel Johnson (Johnston) FPA W5012 whose wife and son sought a pension. Moss states that Lt. Johnson was wounded in the abdomen during the battle at King's Mountain. Moss, Kings
Mtn. Patriots, p. 137.
2 NPA W4368
Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements
Pension application of William Johnson S8764
Transcribed by Will Graves

My Notes Capt. Samuel Johnson below served under Col. Benjamin Cleveland and it was Col. Cleveland that ordered William Johnson to take care of the wounded which included his Brother from Kings Mountain battle. Samuel Johnson is the son of Jeffery Johnson of Wilkes County NC

Notes: It now appears the Jeffery Johnson and his wife Moved to lands that were in Rowan County and the lands became Wilkes County. Jeffery Johnson lived and died on lands that were in Wilkes County NC. Two of the Sons of this Jeffery Johnson are William Johnson and Capt Samuel Johnson, both serving under Col. Cleveland in the Revolutionary War. We know that William Johnson moved from County of Fauquier in the State of Virginia, he was born on the 6th day of April 1751 (the record of which was entered in his Bible by direction of his father) where he continued to reside until he was about 15 or 16 years of age,(1766 sic) when he removed with his father to the County of Loudoun in the same State where he lived about two years (1769 sic), when he again removed with his father to Rowan (now Wilkes) County in North Carolina. We also know that William Johnson married Mary Parks and he died in 1835 Wilkes County NC. William Johnson also served in the Revolutionary war with on Elijah Vickes of Wilkes County NC

We now know that Capt. Samuel Johnson was one of the youngest of Jeffery Johnsons children and he died in Sept. 1835 he was married to a Mary Hammon was born abt 1760 she died in 1853 Jan. 21 and they had at least five children. Those known Children are Ambrose Johnson the 5th child, Mary Johnson who married a ? Bora and lived in Grayson Co. Va. Other sons are Lewis Johnson and John S. Johnson, of Wilkes Co. NC in. We know that Samuel Johnson was wounded at Kings Mountain serving under Col. Cleveland and that William Johnson of Wilkes County NC was ordered to attend to the wounded of King Mountain by Col. Cleveland and one of those wounded was his brother. We also know that James Martin acted with power of Attorney for Mary Hammons Johnson and drew up Legal documents for her. That Mary Hammons Johnson owned slaves in 1839 and after. Mary Hammons Johnson is some how connected to Sarah Hammons and a Baptist minister named William Hammons.

Notes on CLEVLAND FAMILIES

Mary Parks.

1753 about George Wheatley was married first to Sarah Williams in Fauquier Co., VA. They had three children.

George Wheatley married his second wife, Diana Darnell about 1760. George and Diana had four children.

In 1779 he was granted 305 acres on Roaring River and in 1785 he is named on an Administrative Claim for the estate of Prichard Alexander.

In March of 1785, "Sister Whitley" joined the Roaring River Baptist Church.

By 1787 George Wheatley's name appears on the 1787 Wilkes County Tax List for 973 acres and 2 polls.

In 1788 he and Diana are witnesses to Jefferey Johnson's Will. George Wheatley was the son of George Wheatley and Mary Wheatly of Fauquier County.

http://www.fmoran.com/whitley.html

 

George Wheatley

 

Martin H. Wheatley (1801-1860) m. 1) Mary Ann Johnson (Polly Johnson) (1799-aft 1858) (m. 1821);

2) Mary Frances Johnson Shoate/Coates, (abt. 1829-aft. 1880) widow of Joseph Coates
Sarah Wheatley (Sally) (1804-1878) m. Eli Johnson (1799-1870), s/o Moses and Elizabeth Johnson (m. 1821)

http://www.fmoran.com/whitley.html

 

Children of Martin H. Wheatley and 1 Mary Ann Johnson (Polly)
Amelia Matilda Wheatley (1822-1871) m. Isaac Whitley Shumate (1816-1894) (m. 1838)
James Martin Wheatley (1824-1858) m. Elizabeth Shumate (1823-1894)
George W. Whitley (1827-1882) m. Elizabeth Absher (abt 1828-bef. 1860); 2) Harriett McDaniel (abt. 1837-aft. 1880) (moved to Texas)
Elizabeth Jane Wheatley (1828-aft. 1870) m. Alfred B. Absher (abt. 1825-bef. 1845); 2) Elisha McDaniel (abt. 1798-aft.1870) (moved to Texas)
Nancy Wheatley (1830-1906) m. Lewis Johnson
Martin H. Whitley, Jr. (abt. 1832-abt. 1864) m. 1) Sarah Ann Shumate (1828-1852); 2) Martha Bryson; 3) Margaret Zarilda Adams
John Thomas Wheatley (1835-1836)

http://www.fmoran.com/whitley.html


Samuel Smith Whitley (abt. 1836-aft. 1855) m. Elizabeth (Brown?) (m. 1855)
Moses Calvin Whitley (abt. 1840-1862) (died during Civil War)
(This family living in
Wilkes Co., NC, 1850. Who is Myra Hall, age 18, living with them?

Sarah Williams

Diana Darnell

Roaring River Baptist Church

1759 Jan 13. Articles of agreement and Bond between Thos Colson and Margret, his wife of the parish of Frederick, county of Frederick and Jeffrey Johnson and Moses Johnson of Parish of Hamilton.. Thos. Colson who is now intermarried with Margret, the widow of Jeffrey Johnson, late of Prince William County, deceased, who bequeathed unto his said wife, Marget, all his estate, real and personal, during her natural life and after her decease to be equally divided between two sons Jeffrey and Moses. Where as Thos. Colson has enough for plentiful support and maintenance for himself and his wife.. do hereby relinquish unto said sons all rights, etc. excepte two feather beds and furnuture, one large trunk and all the pewter that belonged to the said Esate, on Lin'n Wheel and one gray horse.. Jeffrey and Moses agreed to pay Thomas Colson and Marg't his wife 100 gallons of cyder and 10 gallons of brandy.. yearly and every year during the said Margaret's life if it be a furitful year with the said orchards on the premises. Signed Thomas Colson, Margaret Colson, Jeffrey Johnson and Moses Johnson. Witnesses: Laz's Taylor, Simon Morgan. recorded 23 Aug 1759 http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

Thos Colson parish of Frederick, county of Frederick

Margret Colson parish of Frederick, county of Frederick

It appears the Widow of Jeffery Johnson has re married one Thomas Colson

Jeffrey Johnson Parish of Hamilton.

Moses Johnson of Parish of Hamilton

Jeffrey Johnson, late of Prince William County

Laz's Taylor,

Simon Morgan

1759 Fauquier County formed from Prince William County

1759 Aug 11: John SHADRACK, - 11 Aug. 1759. 27 Sept. 1759.

"Being very sick and weak. "

To wife, Elizabeth Shadrack, slaves, household goods and cash.

To Thomas Johnson, who now lives with me, a tract of land in Culpepper Co. (640 acres) and his mother's ring that is now in my possession.

Errs: wife and Charles Morehead (friend).
FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA - WILL BOOK NUMBER 1
1759-1783
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/wills/willbk1.txt

John SHADRACK

Notes: It looks like John Shadrack was married to a Widow Johnson and Thomas Johnson is his step son who inherited his families property in Culpepper Co.

Charles Morehead

1760 Born Chloe Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia daughter of Jeffrey Junior Johnson and Rachel Walker http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

1761 Born: Lewis Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia of Jeffrey Junior Johnson and Rachel Walker http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

1761 Feb 25: French and Indian War Fauquier County, Virginia - Jeffrey Johnson.

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1761 June 27 : Fauquier County Court p. 188

- Ordered that SAMUEL WOOD, JOHN JAMES, JOHN JOHNSON, GEORGE ALLEN, JOHN CHURCHHILL and ARMISTEAD CHURCHHILL, be summoned to appear at the next Court to answer the Presentments of the Grand jury against them respectively

- On the motion of WILLIAM POE, It is ordered that John Francis Lucas Jacoba pay him twenty five pounds of tobacco for one days attendance as a witness for him at the suit of JOHN OLDHAM -

- The same order for William Poe, Junr

- Ordered that the Court be adjourned til the Court in Course

- The Minutes of these proceedings were signed by

JOHN WRIGHT, Gent. http://www.mindspring.com/~poefamily/PoeCulpeperCounty.htm

 

SAMUEL WOOD,

JOHN JAMES,

JOHN JOHNSON,

GEORGE ALLEN,

JOHN CHURCHHILL

ARMISTEAD CHURCHHILL

 

 

1762 Aft. James Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia after 1762. James died 1802 in Of Fauquier, Virginia. He married Elizabeth. Son of Jeffrey Johnson and Sarah http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1762 Aft: Presly Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia after 1762. He married Margaret Welch in Fauquier, Virginia, September 1, 1791 Son of Jeffrey Johnson and Sarah http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1762 Feb 25: Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871 John K Gott. page 1 Jacob Hite, guardian of Aaron Johnston and Frances Johnston, children of Margaret Johnston, 25 Febr 1762 For L500 Sec John Bell J.P. William Grant, Thomas Marshall, Thomas M'Clanaham, George Lamkin, Gent Justices http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

Jacob Hite,

Margaret Johnston,

Note see will of Bryan OBannon prove 25 Feb 1762 WB 1 pp. 41-43 (See will these are not the children of Jeffrey Johnson) http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1762 Feb 25: Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871 John K Gott. page 1 Jacob Hite, guardian of Aaron Johnston and Frances Johnston, children of Margaret Johnston, 25 Febr 1762 For L500 Sec John Bell J.P. William Grant, Thomas Marshall, Thomas M'Clanaham, George Lamkin, Gent JJustices

 

Note see will of Bryan OBannon prove 25 Feb 1762 WB 1 pp. 41-43 (See will as theses are not the children of Jeffrey Johnson)

 

1762 Dec.3 "To the Worshipful Court of Fauqr, County---

The petition of us the Subscribers Sheweth, that we Being Desenters bearing the Denomination of Baptists & desireing to Worship God According to the Best light that we have in Holy Scriptures, and the Dictates of Our Consciences, Humbly Prayeth that your Worships would be Pleased to grant us liberty To meet to gether for the worship of God in our way the Prosecution of what We Believe to be Duty at the Meeting House Built for that Purpose on a Tenement of Land Occupied by Burr Harrison, and Also would beg leave futher to Pray that the same might be Entred on record And a Certificate thereof might be granted to the Barer of these Presents and Also that our Brother John Monroe might be Permitted to Qualify according to Law for the Attending on us with the Preaching of the Gospels And the Administrations of the Ordinances. And your petitioers as in our duty will Pray for you worship &c. "Burr Harrison "Alexa Holton "John Pepper John Hitt Matthew Smith Jeffrey Johnson William Hollen James Winn John Oldham James Winn Sam Pepper Joseph Neavel Dawson burgess John Elliot James Neavel William Elliot Richd Oldham John Wright Geo. Bennett Henry Snider, Jun William Hammon Richd Oldhan Junr Thomas Elliott (and others). William Lain" Tyler's Quarterly Magazine, page 329.

The Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 26, Nov 1988, No. 4, p. 284. They published the Minutes from 1762-1783. The article says the Church was constituted Dec 3, 1762. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vafauqui/church.htm

"Alexa Holton "John Pepper John Hitt Matthew Smith Jeffrey Johnson William Hollen James Winn John Oldham James Winn Sam Pepper Joseph Neavel Dawson burgess John Elliot James Neavel William Elliot Richd Oldham John Wright Geo. Bennett Henry Snider, Jun William Hammon Richd Oldhan Junr Thomas Elliott (and others). William Lain

Burr Harrison

 

1763 abt. Fauquier Co: Mary Johnson married 1740 about born Anderson COCKRELL was in King George or Prince William Co, Virginia. He died after 7 Sep 1791 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. He married Mary JOHNSON about 1763 in Fauquier Co, Virginia.

 

Mary JOHNSON was born about 1740 in Prince William Co, Virginia. She married Anderson COCKRELL about 1763 in Fauquier Co, Virginia.

They had the following children:

Johnson J. Cockerill Spouses: Lucy L. or S Raine: Mary Ann LeMaster

Rosanna Cockerill Spouses: William Hudnall

William Cockeril Spouses:Sallly Perkins

Hannah Cockerill Spouses:John Dawson

Sally Sarah Cockeril Spouses: Patrick Francis

Reban Cockerill Spouses: Martha Hunt

John Cocker was born before 1748 in Fauquier Co. Va.

Joseph Cockeril

http://www.waynekuntze.com/wkjan8/pafg342.htm

Hezekiah Cockerill Spouses: Edy WATTS 

 

Anderson COCKRELL 

 

Note Hannah Anderson mother of Anderson Cockerill is the daughter of Walter Anderson and Mary Travis: Who was also married to Henry Moffett.

 

Note how is Mary Travis related to Edward Travis and to Rev. Raliegh Travis also Travers

 

1763 Born: Barbary Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia of Jeffrey Junior Johnson and Rachel Walker http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

1763 Born: Rachel Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia daughter of Jeffrey Junior Johnson and Rachel Walker http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

1763 Aug 27:  p. 99

William Poe Plt agt. James Freeman, Deft. In case

This day came the parties by their Attorneys and thereupon came also a Jury, to wit. Isaac Roberts, James Wheately, William Picket Junr., Baily Johnson, Thomas Watts, John Rosser, William Duling, William Allan, William Norman, Jacob Weaver, John Wheately and Clement Norman, who being elected tried and sworn the Truth to speak upon the issue joined upon their Oaths do say that Deft is guilty in manner and form as Plt against him hath declared and they do assess Plts. damages thereof to Forty shillings besides his costs. Therefore it is considered by the Court that Plt. recover against Deft. his damages aforesaid in manner aforesaid assessed and his costs by him in this behalf expended and the Deft. in mercy &c. http://www.mindspring.com/~poefamily/PoeCulpeperCounty.htm

 

Baily Johnson

 

1763 Aug 27 Fauquier County Court On motion of BAILEY JOHNSON. ordered that THOMAS WATTS pay him seventy five pounds of tobacco for three days attendance as a witness for him at the suit of CLEMENT NORMAN SENR, http://www.mindspring.com/~poefamily/PoeCulpeperCounty.htm

 

THOMAS WATTS

CLEMENT NORMAN SENR,

 

1763 Oct 27: Deed Book 2 1763-1767 Fauquier County, Virginia pages 120-121. 27 October 1763 Bond of John Johnson and Jeffrey Johnson, his son, to conveey to Thos Hord a parcel of land containing 1-- acres at the Jefferys Marsh adjoining a tract belonging to the said Hord. For L500. Signed John Johnson (G), Jeffery Johnson (L) Witnesses: Wm Pickett, Thos Porter, William Withers, Recorded 26 Apr 1764 acknowledge by John Johnson and Jeffrey Johnson. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

John Johnson and Jeffrey Johnson, his son

(This is Jeffry Johnson the Planter & Sarah)

 

Thos Hord

Jefferys Marsh

Wm Pickett,

Thos Porter,

William Withers

 

1764 Rosanna Cockerill born Fauquier Va, she married William Hudnall Feb 14, 1783 daughter of Anderson Cockerill and Mary Johnson daughter of Jeffery Johnson

 

William Hudnall

 

1764 April 24: Deed Book 2 pages 120-121: 27 October 1763 Bond of John Johnson and Jeffrey Johnson his son, to convey to Thos Hord a parcel of land containing 100 acres...at Jefferys Marsh adjacent a tract belong to the said Hord. For L500 Signed John Johnson Jeffery Johnson. Witnesses Wm Pickett, Thos Porter, William Withers. Recorded 26 Apr 1764 acknowledged by John Johnson and Jeffery Johnson http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

(This is Jeffry Johnson the Planter & Sarah)

1764 May 11 Deed of Gift. John Johnson to son Jeffery for natural love and affection. 100 acres. Signed John Johnson x. Wit Thos Porter, Wm Underwood, Benjamin Sebastin x, Saml Haddox Recorded 24 May 1764 proved by order of Porter and Underwood; 28 Jun 18\764 proved by order of Samuel Haddox. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Thos Porter,

Wm Underwood,

Benjamin Sebastin

Saml Haddox

John Johnson to son Jeffery

 

Notes: From the above deed we see clearly that this Jeffrey Johnson the Planter and his wife Sarah did the following: l. Were the parents of Mary Johnson who married Anderson Cockrell. 2. This Jeffry Johnson is clearly the son of John Johnson and grandson of the Jeffry Johnson who left a will in 1725.

 

It is interesting to note that they did not have a son named Jeffry. 4. It is my opinion that they must somewhere be related to the Presly family as they named one son Presly. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1764 June 28: Deed Book 2 pages 157-159 28 Jun 1764 B & S Between Jeffery Johnson, Planter and Sarah his wife, and Thomas Hord Brunswick Parish King George Parish Gent.. L50 ... 100 acres granted 20 Jul 1712 to Jeffery Johnson grandfather to the above mentioned given to John Johnson son to Jeffery Johnson by his will dated 25 June 1725 John Johnson by deed of gift to his son the said Jeffery Johnson on the upper or north Little Marsh... Mr Berriman's plantation. Signed Jeffery Johnson , Sarah Johnson. Witnesses Jos Blackwell, Richard Lewis, William Blackwell. Recorded 28 Jun 1764 acknowleged by Jeffery Johnson. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Thomas Hord Brunswick Parish King George Parish

20 Jul 1712 to Jeffery Johnson grandfather

 

Notes: Will Book Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1 1759-1783 pages 469-470 JEFFRY JOHNSON THE PLANTER AND SARAH THE PLANTER - THIS JEFFRY JOHNSON DID NOT HAVE A SON NAME JEFFRY. HIS WILL MENTIONS THAT HE DID LIVE NEAR ANDERSON COCKRELL ON CHIMNEY STONE BRANCH RUN AND CARTER'S RUN. HIS CHILDREN MENTIONED IN THE WILL ARE son Bailey Johnson, son James Johnson, son Presly Johnson, daughter MARY COCKRELL, Elizabeth Morris, Sary and Lydia Johnson and another son named Alexander Johnson. Witnesses to his will are Anderson Cockrell, Jesse Moffett, William Holten, Daniel Moffett and John Monroe. page 159-160 http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Mr Berriman's plantation

Jos Blackwell,

Richard Lewis,

William Blackwell

North Little Marsh

CHIMNEY STONE

BRANCH RUN

CARTER'S RUN

 

1765 March 3: Grace/Ned Negro slave Jefery Johnson Jr. to Jefry Johnson Sr. one Negro man named Ned for $40. To be void if Johnson Jr. pays above amount to Johnson Sr. by 12/10/1765... Negro girl named Grace to be substituted if Ned should die. Slaves mentioned in Fauquier County Deeds & Wills

http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/POCSOUTH/2000-11/0973299908

 

 

1764 Oct 25:, Robert Duncan Sr. & ux & Robert Duncan Jr. to William Johnson, 2-207, B&S, Fauquier Co. VA Deed Indexes D-G (grantors on FHL film 31,579 p.68-69; grantees on FHL film 31,580 p.75-76 http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

Robert Duncan Sr.

Robert Duncan Jr.

 

1765 March 13: page 319-320 Mortgage Jefery Johnson, Jr to Jeffery Johnson Sr. one negroe man named Ned for L 40 to be void if Johson Jr pays above amount to Johnson Sr by 10 Dec 1765 Negro girl named Grace to be substituted if Ned should die. Signed Jeffery Johnson. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1768 Hezekiah Cockerill born Fauquier Co.Va died 1852 Fauquier Co Va. Married Edy Waters: Son of Anderson Cockerill and Mary Johnson daughter of Jeffry Johnson

 

Edy Waters

 

1768 Feb. 27: Deed Book 3 1767-1770 pages 188-194 250\-Lease and Release between Jeffery Johnson Jr and Rachael his wife of Cameron Parish, Loudon county and Peter Cornwell tract lying between the Pignut ridge and the Rappahanock Mountains, corner to Moses Johnson oak in Col Fairfax's line 130 acres L100 Wit Simon Triplett, Jas Lane William Read. Rec 29 Jun 1768 ack by Jeffry Johnson with Commission to Loudon Court to examine Rachel Johnson. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Johnson Jr and Rachael his wife of Cameron Parish, Loudon county

Peter Cornwell

Pignut ridge

Col Fairfax's line

Moses Johnson

Simon Triplett,

Jas Lane

William Read.

 

1768 April 30 Born Jeffrey I Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia Jeffrey died 1830 in Blount, Tennessee. Son of Jeffrey Junior Johnson and Rachel Walker http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1770 and 1787 James Johnson, b. between in VA or NC, d. between 1850 and 1860 in Wayne Co., KY +Rebecca2 Johnson, b. VA or KY, m. in Fauquier Co.,VA, d. 1860 KY

└──Washington Johnson, b. between 1810 and 1811 VA or KY, d. 1880 in Pulaski Co., KY+Nancy Elizabeth3 Thompson, m. 29 Sept 1828 in Pulaski Co., KY

└──James Granville4 Johnson, b. Oct 1834 in Wayne Co., KY, d. 1900 in Douglas Co., MO+Mahala W.4 Stodghill, m. 26 May 1856 in Pulaski Co., KY

└──Granville Cecil5 Johnson, b. 3 Nov 1874 in Douglas Co.,M +Ida Lee5 Clinton, m. 1898 in Izard Co., A

└── GALE Gale Johnson+Matie6 (--?--)

└──James Granville7 Johnson, (Kit # 42296) 1770 and 1787 Kit number: 42296

 

 

1770 William Cockerill born Fauquier CO. Va died 1853 Fauquier Co. Va. Married Sally Perkins: Son of Anderson Cockerill and Mary Johnson daughter of Jeffery Johnson

 

William Cockerill

Sally Perkins

 

1770 Sep Nov Publick Claims, Fauquier County, Virginia Jno. Johnson Capt. of guard of prisoners 27 3/4#bacon, 3 3/4# Flour.

 

1770 Rent Roll Fauquier County, Virginia

Moses JOHNSON, 150

Jeffries JOHNSON, 1038

William JOHNSON, 100

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1771 Sept 9: Thumb Run Subscribers formerly Baptist Meeting at Broad Run in County of Fauquier & Colony of Virginia; Signatures:
John Rogers, Joseph Barbee, Peter Laurence, Clement Norman, Angus Cameron,
Elizabeth Utterback, Jemmyma Norman, Peggy Wine, Catharine Shaw, Elizabeth ??, John Riley, Richard Martin, George
Bailey, Jacob Utterback, William Allen, Matthew Neale, John Randol, James Jett, John Hambrick, Stephen Bailey, Ann Rogers, Lubina Weaver, Eleaner Jett, Catharine Duncan, Jael Riley, Phebe Bailey, Milner Strother, Elizabeth Dearing, Hannah Johnston,
Elizabeth Camron, Elizabeth Barbee, Sarah Jett, Frances Allen, Letticia Ship, Molly Neale, Elizabeth Eliot, Sarah
Bailey, Nancy Hambrick, Nancy Randoll, Susanah Hanley, Knie Garret, Nancy Bailey, Jane Moreley, Peggy Hailey, Nancy Hailey<>P>
http://www.rootsweb.com/~vafauqui/church.htm

 

 

1772:  Thumb Run Baptist Church (first called the Manor Church) organized by Elders Daniel and William Fristoe.
Jeanne Barton

Elders Daniel

William Fristoe.

 

1774 Jan 21 Jane MILLER married Alexander JOHNSON on in Fauquier Co, Virginia. www.waynekuntze.com/february3/pafg343.htm

 

Alexander JOHNSON

 

Notes: 1774 Jan 21 Fauquier Co, Virginia married: Alexander JOHNSON was born about 1750 in Prince William Co, Virginia. He married Jane MILLER on in Son of Jeffery Johnson and Sarah Presley: http://www.waynekuntze.com/wkjan8/pafg344.htm

 

Jane MILLER

Notes: Jane MILLER. Jane married Alexander JOHNSON on 21 Jan 1774 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. Bailey J JOHNSON [ ... Co, Virginia. He died on 20 Dec 1868 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. He married Martha HUNT on 6 Jan 1808 in Fauquier Co www.waynekuntze.com/february3/pafg343.htm

 

Sarah Presley

 

1775 Robert Cleveland is on Lands in Fauquier Co. Va.

 

Robert Cleveland

 

John Cleveland born 1714 died 1778 and Elizabeth Coffe born 1719 died 1770

Son is Capt. Robert Cleveland born 1744 Jan 8 Orange Co. Va died 1812 April 12, in Fort Lewis Wilkes Co. NC

First Married to Alice Mathis in 1759: she was born 1750 Dec 11 and died 1791 Dec 2 2nd Marriage to Sallie Sarah Johnson married 1795 born Ca 1770 in Wilkes Co. NC died after 1812 in Monroe Co. Tn. 

 

 

Capt. Robert Cleveland
famous Capt of NC Militia in Battle of Kings Mt.; Saved his brother Ben's life
Capt. Robert Cleveland "commanded a company in the Revolutionary war, in a regiment in which his brother, Col. Benjamin Cleveland, was in command. Their regiment took part on the colonial side in the battle of Kings Mountain." (Brant & Fuller, p401)
"... was a Captain at King's Mountain, but his company seems to have been mostly among the footmen in the rear." (Draper, p.458)
Capt Robert (4) Cleveland, one of the heroes of King's Mountain. Lived in Fauquier co, VA, _Records of Prince William Co, Brentsville, VA., Book T, 1775_ - Lease Holtzclaw to Robert Cleveland of Fauquier co, ; 1775, Robert Cleveland to Holtzclaw for rent of farm in Prince William Co.
He accompanied his brother, Col. Benjamin Cleveland, to NC. Removed from Prince William Co 1778 and settled in Wilkes Co, on the Yadkin River, and owned land there.


Capt. Robert Cleveland was captain of a volunteer company in Col. Benjamin Cleveland's regiment at the battle of King's Mountain Oct 7, 1780, and bore a most important part. A soldier of his corps, Dan White, used to say that to this brave Captain was due the success of the battle; for in the middle of the conflict, when all were giving away before Ferguson's bayonets, Capt. Cleveland alone stood firm and unmoved, sustained the charge until Col. Benjamin Cleveland could rally the flying troops and come to his assistance. He was accessory to many of the daring deeds of Col. Ben, Apr 15, 1781, he lived on Lewis's fork of the Yadkin, when he gathered some 30 good men and next morning rescued Col. Cleveland, a prisoner of the Tories, with whom they had a skirmish. Capt Robert spent the remainder of his life on the Yadkin River. He was prominent in the community, and was one of the 5 Cleveland's (the others ...) who have served in the Electoral College, and was the first one of the name to be chosen to that distinguished and responsible office. He was elected for the 6th presidential election, 1809. North Carolina electors: ....
Capt. Robert Cleveland and his first wife, Aley Matthis are buried side by side within 150 yards of the old homestead dwelling now owned and occupied by Jesse Yates.
(Cleveland, 1899, p.2070)

Sallie Johnson Cleveland died at the home of her daughter Fanny in Monroe Co, TN, after 1812. (Cleveland, 1899, p.1068).

 

Robert & his brother Ben were pioneers in settling Wilkes County, NC. They hunted a great deal with Daniel Boone prior to the Revolution.

http://www.birdsongfamily.com/genealogy/set7_Beattie-Marshall/5robert_cleveland-Sallie_Johnson.htm

 

Elizabeth Coffe born 1719 died 1770

Alice Mathis 1750 Dec 11

 

 

1774 April 25 Pages 243-245 Nimrod Ashby (Estate Account)
Admr.:  Alexander Wodron
Details:  TO:  Capt. William Grant, Mr. John
Knox, Peter Grant, John Moffatt,
Cuthbert Bullett, Robert Ashby, Alexander Cummins, Charles Morgan, Thomas
Conner, Reginald Young, Benjamin
Wood, Richard Higgins, Ephraim Furr, Benjamin
Nail, Francis Howell, Wm.
Scott, Jacob Wease, James Wood, James Withers, Jun'r.,
Joseph Blackmore, Edward Snickes, John Foreman, George Yoakum, Capt. Van
Sweringern, John Crim, Andrew
Cockrane & Co., Nathaniel S. White, David Scott,
Edmund Godfrey, Colonel Adam Stephens, Rosanna Noland, Benjamin Tutt, Edw'd.
Kemp, George
Arnold, William Cochran, Alexander Farrow, George Wright, Samuel
Moore, David Barton, James Catlett, Col. Abraham Hite, Frederick Conr__, John
Healey, Maj'r. John Field, Michael Hoover, Joshua Tullos, James Kerr, Edward
Rogers, William Wood, George Lamkin, Patrick Kirk, John Lamby, Peter Catlett,
John Owens, John Blackmore, Edwin Young, Baylis Earle, William Seale, John Kerr,
John Anderson, Jacob Hite, Bayley Johnson, Thomas
Wood, Humphrey Wills, Aron
Chambling, William Foreman, John Churchhill, James Gallant, Samuel
Harris, John
Rector, Henry Brinker, Daniel Frowerce, Joseph Berry, John Russan, Charles
Lineh, James Winn, Lewis Powell, Wodron & Neilson, Wodron Neilson & Foster,
Heronomos Algiers, Taliaferro Stribling, William Heartwell, Joseph Stephens,
George Farrow, Edward Blackburn, Col. George Mercer, William West, Martin
Pickett, John Riddle, James Barnett, John Obanon, Michael Hombey, Adam Haymaker, John Jones, Charles Barker, David Ashby.
Examined
:  Falmouth, 20 April 1774...examined by Arthur Morson, James Buchanan
Ret.:  25 April 1774

 

1775 Dec 8 Deed Book 6 1774-1778 page 232 Power of Attorney from Jeffery Johnson of Surry County, North Carolina to his son George of Fauquier to sell all real estate in Fauquier County Signed Jeffrey Johnson Witness John Johnson, Samuel Johnson Recorded 22 Jan 1775 proved by oath. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Jeffery Johnson of Surry Co NC 1775

He has a son named George Johnson still in Fauquier Co. Va.

 

1776 Era of Rev. war

Alexander Johnson wife Jane: R5631 Va Line: Widow applied 1838 Oct 15 Ross Co. Ohio age 81: Soldier had enlisted in Fauquier Co. Va and he married there to Jane (?) 1779 Jan 21 soldier died 1819 July 4 Ross Co. Ohio,

 

Son Simon Johnson aged 54 and a daughter Susannah Minney aged 60 both of Ross CO. Ohio made joint affdt 1852 July 5 and stated they were 2 of soldiers and widows children and Stated Soldier died at age 64 widow died 1843 Oct 31 at the home of her son Simon Johnson leaving children:

Simon Johnson,

John Johnson who had moved West abt 1832 and was supposed to have died.

They gave childrens birth as Sarah Johnson born 1787 died in 1852,

Catharine Johnson born 1790 decd in 1852,

Susannah Johnson born 1792 widow of Barney Minney in 1852,

John Johnson born 1795 supposedly decd in 1852,

Simon Johnson born 1798 March 23,

Thornton Johnson and

Delphenn Johnson both decd.

After the Revolution Soldier and family moved to NC for 3 years then to KY for 9 years then to Ross CO. Ohio. Pg 1841 Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

 

Susannah Minney Ross CO. Ohio

Simon Johnson born abt 1798 Ross CO. Ohio

 

1776 ERA Of Revolutionary War

The following names of Revolutionary War Soldiers were compiled from photostatic
copies of the original muster rolls and pension declarations in the National Archives
and the Archives of the Virginia State Library. The majority of the names, however,
have been taken from the Minute Books
of Fauquier County, especially the Minutes
for the years 1773-1780 and 1781-1784. A Complete list of these was made by the late Sadie Bartenstein, Deputy Clerk of the Court from 1927 until her death in 1956. Except for a few instances where names were almost unreadable no freedom has been exercised. Therefore the names in this list are spelled as the appeared in the original source. To conserve space here there is no indication of the rank held by the individual soldier.

William Johnson

Marshall Johnson

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/military/fauqrev.txt

 

1776 Jan 22 Deed - Jeffrey Johnson of Surry County, North Carolina and Moses Johnson of Fauquier County, Virginia devisees of Jeffrey Johnson deceased sold to John Moffett of Fauquier. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Notes: Jeffrey Johnson by his will dated 1758, recorded in Prince William, bequeathed this land to Jeffrey and Moses. George Johnson son of and Attorney for Jeffrey. Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 1759-1778 by John K Gott Deed Book 1 1759-1763 pages 24-26. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

John Moffett

 

1776 Jan 22: Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Jeffery Johnson of Surry County, North Carolina and Moses Johnson Fauquier County, Virginia devisees of Jeffery Johnson deceased.

Notes: Jeffery Johnson according to his will in Prince William 1758 bequeathed this land to Moses and Jeffery. 22 Jan 1776 JOHN JOHNSON AND SAMUEL JOHNSON gave oath for Jeffrey. George Johnson, son of and Attorney for Jeffrey. Richard Taylor, assignee of William Underwood;

 

1776 Jan 22: Fauquier County, Virginia Deed 22 Jan 1776 Jeffery Johnson of Surry County, North Carolina and Moses Johnson Fauquier County, Virginia devisees of Jeffery Johnson deceased.

 

Researchers Notes:

 

Jeffery Johnson according to his will in Prince William 1758 bequeathed this land to Moses and Jeffery. 22 Jan 1776 JOHN JOHNSON AND SAMUEL JOHNSON gave oath for Jeffrey. George Johnson, son of and Attorney for Jeffrey. Richard Taylor, assignee of William Underwood;

 

 

1776 Feb 26: page 247-249 26 Feb 1776 B & S Between Jeffry Johnson of Surry County, North Carolina and Moses Johnson of Fauquier devisees of Jeffry Johnson deceased and John Moffett... Jeffry Johnson deceased was in possession of large tract, which by his will, dated 1750 recorded in Prince William County devised all his estate, real and personal L 100 survey and plat included to tract on North Side of the Piney Ranch corner to Wm Johnson gum in Obannon line to Obannon and Ford side of the Rappahannock Mountain in the line of William Fairfax Esquire Gum in Obannon corner to Obanon and Ford side of the Rappahannock Mountain in the linve of William Fairfax Exquie 513 according to survey by T Thomas Davis 17 Jan 1774 Signed Jeffry Johnson by George Johnson his attorney http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

John Moffett

Piney Ranch

William Fairfax Esquire

Ford side

Obannon Corner

 

1776 March 15: Will Book Fauquier County, Virginia Thomas Jackman will dated 15 Mar 1776 witnessed by John Johnson.

 

1776 March 15 - 25 Mar 1782 (Fauquier WB1:430) Will of Thomas JACKMAN. To son, Thomas, 130 A, to pay Betty STONE 50 s. for it; to

son, Richard, 130 A of Pigmit Bridge tract, he is to pay my daughter, Sarah NEAVILL, 50 s. for it;

to son Adam, old plantation, old plantation, he is to pay Margaret UNDERWOOD 50 s. for it;

to son, William, 100 A where he now lives; to son, Joseph -----. Daughters: Rebecca SMITH and Hannah SMITH, a slave each. EXRS: sons, Thomas, Richard, Adam JACKMAN. Wits: /Thomas James, John JOHNSON, Henry MOFFETT, Jr. (Fauquier Co, Virginia Wills, Adms & Marriages, King) http://www.combs-families.org/combs/hammett/h-wm2.htm

 

p 430 In the name of God Amen this fifteenth day of March one thousand
seven hundred and seventy six  I Thomas Jackman of
Fauquier County being weak of body but of perfect memory thanks be to God for it.  therefore
calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed
for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament
that is to say I recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and
for my body I recommend it to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like
manner at the discretion of my Executors which I shall appoint my Sons
Thomas Jackman and Richard Jackman and Adam Jackman and Joseph Jackman nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the sameagain by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly Estate
wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life I leave and
dispose of the same in the following manner and form following

 

Itam[sic]I leave to my Son Thomas Jackman one hundred and thirty acres of land
where he now lives and he is to pay Betty Stone fifty shillings out of it
for that is all I intend for her out of my Estate as Witness my hand
Thomas Jackman Sen. 

 

Itam I leave to my Son Richard Jackman my Pignutridge
tract of land and he is to pay my daughter Sarah Nevil fifty shillings out
of it for that is all I intend for her out of my Estate as Witness my hand
Thos Jackman Sen 

 

Itam I leave to my Son Adam Jackman my old plantation
tract of land lying at the watery mountain and he  is to pay Margaret
Underwood
fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out
of my Estate As Witness my hand Thomas Jackman Sen.  

 

Itam I leave to my Son William Jackman Jackman one hundred acres of land where he now lives or less beginning at the poplar spring branch and a strait[sic] line by a great rock to the black bottom branch then to Millers line and then alongand so to the beginning and if he should die without heir lawfully begotten of his body it shall fall to my Son Joseph and I likewise leaveto William Jackman my negro child Charles and he is to pay Mary Walker fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out of my
(p 431) My Estate as Witness my hand Thos. Jackman Senr. 

 

Itam I leave to my Son Joseph the plantation where I now live which is the remainder after my Son Thomas and William is laid off, and I likewise leave to my Son Joseph my negro man Jack and my negro man Ralph and my negro Woman Cate and my Still and all my Stock but my riding horse and Saddle that I leave to my
Son John Jackman and all the rest of my Stock to my Son Joseph Jackman
consisting of horses mares and Colts Sheep and Cattle and hogs and all my
household furniture beds Chests Chairs pewter pots and tools of all kinds
and I so order it that he pay Ann Smith fifty shillings out of it for that
is all I intend for her out of it

 

As witness my hand Thomas Jackman And I further order that he first of all pay all my debts and take care of his mother and never disturb her as long as she shall live, and it is ordered that she shall have possession of the house where I now live as long as she lives and never be mislested[sic]. 

 

And I further leave to my Son Joseph all debts due to me from any person or persons and if my Son Joseph should die without heir lawfully betoten[sic] of his that it shall fall to my Son Adam otherwise to my Son Joseph and his heirs forever.  Remember that my Son and to my Son Joseph Jackman is interlined[sic] for I intend
none of my Stock for John but my horse and saddle. 

 

Itam I still leave to my Son John Jackman one negro Girl Sal and my Rifle Gun, and if he should die without heir lawfully begotten of his body then to my Son Joseph.

Itam leave to my Daughter Hannah Smith one negro Girl named Nan. 

 

Itam I leave to my Daughter Rebecca Smith one negro girl named Milly, and this is
my Will that my Estate shall not be appraised nor inventoried, and if any
one of my Children shall grumble or be disatisfied[sic] at this my Will he
or she I do allow but one shilling Sterling and the part I intended for
them is to be equally divided amongst the rest of my Children 

 

And so I again appoint Thomas Jackman and Richard Jackman and Adam Jackman and Joseph Jackman full and sole Executors of this my last Will and testament
hereby revoking disannulling and making void all former Wills and Requests
by me made but this only to be my last Will and testament In Witness I
have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written
Thos Jackman   

 

LS Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by the
said Thomas Jackman to be his last Will and testament in presents of us
the subscribers Thomas James John Johnson    Henry Moffett, Ju.

 

p 432 At a Court held for Fauquier County the 25th day of March 1782 This
Will was proved by the oaths of Thomas James and John Johnson Witnesses
thereto and ordered to be recorded   And on the motion of Joseph Jackman
one of the Executors therein named who made oath and executed and
acknowledged bond as the law directs Certificate is granted him for
obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Teste  H Brooke  CC
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/wills/j2550000.txt

 


Son Thomas Jackman

Son Richard Jackman

Son Adam Jackman

Son Joseph Jackman

daughter, Sarah NEAVILL

Daughter Hannah Smith

Daughter Rebecca Smith

Henry Moffett, Ju.

Thomas James

Margaret Underwood

Mary Walker

 

1776 March 23: WILL of MINOR WINN
                Written 31 Jul 1775, recorded March 23, 1776 in Will Book 1,
Page 343,
Fauquier County, Warrenton, VA, probated 23 Mar 1778

                In the name of God amen. I Minor Winn being in perfect mind
and memory thanks be given to the Almighty God for it as touching my
temporal affairs doth make this my last will and testament first and
principally I recommend my soul to God who gave it having the death and
person of our blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to receive full and free
pardon and forgiveness of all my sins, and for my body to the ground be
decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named and for my
temporal estate which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me I give and
bequeath of in manner as following

Item I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Margaret Winn
all my Estate Royl & Personal for and during her natural life.

tem I give and bequeath to my son William Winn one negroe
man named Godfre and if any person whatever seas (sic) on the said negroe
for his debts theor the said negroe shall be the hole & sole property of my
granddaughter Martha Smith and her heirs forever.

 

Item I give and bequeath to my son John Winn one negroe
woman named Jean and one negroe boy named Ben and one negroe boy named Moses now in his possession also one negroe man named Antony to him and his heirs
forever.

 

Item I give and bequeath to my son James Winn one negroe man
named James and one negroe boy named Lewis to him and his heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Minor Winn one negroe man
named Reuben and one negroe man named Soloman now in his possession, also my
riding horse Bridle & Saddle and all my wearing apparel to him and his heirs
forever, also my great Bible in the same form and manner.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Richard one negroe man
named Will, now in his possession also one negroe boy named Tom during his
natural life and if my son Richard Winn should die without an heir Lawfully
begotten by his body then his part of my estate shall be equally divided
among my children then aliveing (sic) and if he is got heir lawfully
begotten I give it him and his heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret Johnson one
negroe man named Winny now in her possession also one negroe boy named Jack Monday to she and her heirs forever

 

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Smith and equal
part of my estate that is sold after paying my just debts to she and her
heirs forever.



Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Susannar Grant one
negroe that she has in her possession named Dick, also one negroe girl named
Hanner and if my daughter should die without an heir lawfully begotten by
her body then her part of my Estate shall be equally divided among my
children then living and if she has got heir lawfully begotten I give it to
she and her heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Martha Smith
one negroe girl named Lucy now in her possession to she and her heirs
forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Smith's
children forty pounds to be equally divided among the whole after the
decease of my wife. All the balance of my estate both royal (sic) and
personal be sold after the decease of my wife at 12 months credit, with
laking good bond and security and what remains after paying my just debts
and funeral charges among my children then living by my said wife Margaret
Winn whom I appoint my Executrix with my son Minor Winn my whole Executor of
this my last will & testament, and during the life of my Executrix with my
Executor she is to act and do as she thinks proper and it shall stand good
to this my last Will & Testament

 

Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this
thirty first day of July one thousand seven hundred and seventy five.

 



MINOR WINN (X his mark) Seal
MARGARET WINN (X her mark) Seal
Signed & sealed in the presence of us:
Stephen Tolle
Thomas White
James Fleming

 

I, Minor Winn, of the County of Fauquier being sick and weak
of body and of sound sense and memory do desire that this instrument of
writing be annexed to my Last Will & Testament and taken and accepted as a
part thereof

Whereas I, sometime ago purchased a Tract of land of Mr.
Martin Pickett lying on the south side of Little River part of a tract
formerly belonging to Holtzclaw, and I have the said Pickett's bond for
making me a title to the same as soon as he can obtain a Decree of the Court
to put him in possession thereof I do hereby give and bequeath my right to
the said land to my son Minor Winn and desire that Col. Pickett may make
deeds for the same to my said son Minor when he shall be enabled to do so by
obtaining the decree aforementioned.

 

And whereas I have in partnership with my son Minor Winn
erected a still house on the said Minor's land and furnished the same with
stills and the necessary utensils for carrying on the distilling business
and have likewise in partnership with him raised a stock of hogs at the said
still house and purchased a set of blacksmith tools The profits of all which
several articles were by bargain to be equally divided between my said son
and myself during my life and after my decease between my wife Margaret Winn
and my said son Minor during her life. My desire is that the said stills,
tools etc. be kept together during the life of my said wife Margaret Winn
and the profits arising there from be equally divided between my said wife
and son Minor and after her decease the stills, utensils, stock and tools
shall be appraised by persons on oath & my said son Minor shall be at
liberty to keep the same on paying the one half of what they shall be
appraised to my executors for the benefit of my estate to be applied in the
same manner as some other part thereof which by my will I have directed to
be sold. In Witness of my desire that this shall be taken as a part of my
last Will and Testament, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fifth day
of February in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred & seventy
eight.

 

MINOR WINN (X his mark) Seal
Signed sealed & acknowledged as part of his last Will & Testament in the presence of:
Peter Grant
James Winn
Hannah Winn

 


At a Court held for
Fauquier County the 23rd day of March,
1778, this will was proved by the oaths of Stephen Tolle, a witness thereto,
and the instrument of writing thereto annexed was proved by the oaths of
James Winn and Hannah Winn, witnesses thereto, and on motion of Margaret
Winn and Minor Winn, the Executrix and Executor, therein named certificate
is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.  And at a court
held for the said County the 27th day of July, 1778

This will was proved by the oaths of Thomas White, a witness
thereto and ordered to be recorded

Test: H. Brooks, C.C.
A.R. Bartenstein, Deputy Clerk
A copy tests:
September 2nd 1904

We, William Winn, Gentleman, and the Honorable Richard Winn,
Esquire, of
Fairfield Co., appoint our well beloved brother John Winn of the
same county, Gentleman, our attorney to receive of Minor Winn of the State
of Virginia, Esquire, one of the Executors of the last will and testament of
our late Honorable father Minor Winn, deceased, all such legacies due us or
that we may be hereafter entitled to by virtue of our Father's will, and in
default of payment of such legacies to take such manes at Law as necessary
for the recovery of the same. Whereas a Negro wench as given by our late
father Minor Will Decd. to Sister Susannah and her issue and if no issue to
revert to the general (torn) do empower our attorney to release the said
wench and her issue if any to our brother in law -, - Feb 178-, in the
thirteenth year of American Independence. Wit: D. Evans, D. R. Evans.
Certified and recorded 7 Feb 1789 by D. Evans

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/wills/willbk01.txt

 

MINOR WINN

Margaret Winn

William Winn
granddaughter Martha Smith

son John Winn

son James Winn

son Minor Winn

son Richard Winn

daughter Margaret Johnson

daughter Mary Smith

daughter Susannar Grant

daughter Elizabeth Smith

Stephen Tolle
Thomas White
James Fleming
Martin Pickett

Peter Grant
James Winn
Hannah Winn

 

1777 May 1: From the War Department comes the following item, "James Winn served in the Revolutionary War in the following organizations: James Winn, Corporal in Captain James Johnson's or Johnston's Company,6th Virginia Regiment, February 1776 and promoted to Sergeant in the same company on May 1, 1777. Later he is reported as Captain in Daniel Morgan's Command. The Auditor's accounts for Virginia, Vol. XV, page 524, account of 1780, Captain James Winn is paid for service." James and Hannah had 8 children.(Sources: (1) Fauquier Marriage Bond of James Winn and Hannah Withers dated March 3, 1767  

 http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/WINN/2004-07/1090501150

ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/vitals/fauqmarr.txt;

 

 

1777 Dec 15: Joseph Duncan, & ux. to Tunis Johnson, 6-456, B&S, Fauquier Co. VA Deed Indexes D-G (grantors on FHL film 31,579 p.68-69; grantees on FHL film 31,580 p.75-76 http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

Joseph Duncan,

Tunis Johnson

 

1777 Dec 15  6-456: Joseph Duncan(X) and wife Lydia (X) of Fauquier Co. to Tunis Johnson of same, for 157, 214 acres, corner to said Joseph Duncan, branch of Licking run, purchased of James Garner 28 Nov. 1776. Wit. A. Churchill, William Bryant, Charles Bell, James Duncan, Samuel Johnson. (FHL film 31,585) (MAD: see deed 7-515 from James Garner to Joseph Duncan; James Duncan did not sign by mark.) http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/va/vafauqu4.htm

 

Licking run

James Garner

A. Churchill,

William Bryant,

Charles Bell,

James Duncan,

Samuel Johnson

Licking run,

 

1779 Jan 19: Howsen Duncan to Agness Johnson, 19 Jan. 1779, bond Samuel Johnson, pg.80 Fauquier Co. VA Marriage Bonds, typed, Vol.I (FHL film 31,633; from index on FHL film 31,632; only a few signatures by mark noted)

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

Howsen Duncan

 

1782 June 11: Jeffery Johnson Planters Will

Jeffrey JOHNSON of Fauquier County, Virginia dated 11 Jun 1782 - Will Proved 26 May 1783 Will Book 1 Page 469-470:

In the name of God Amen. I Jeffrey JOHNSON of Fauquier County and State of Virginia being sick and weak in body, but having my perfect mind and memory do make my last will and testament as here after followeth: First I willingly bequeath my soul in the hands of God my Heavenly Father ??? my body to the ground to be decently buried at the descretion of my executors hereafter named in certain hope of a joyful ressurection. And as for what worldly estate it hath pleased almighty God to bestow upon me I dispose of it as followeth:

 

Item, I leave and bequeath to my well beloved son Alexander JOHNSON a certain parcel of land whereon he now lives beginning at a rock called the chimney shore thence running stone branch to Carter's run . . . .. . . . .. . and the said run to the Manor of Leeds and then along said manor line to the corner adjoining the lands of Anderson COCKRELL along his line to the first beginning at the said chimney stone to his family and heirs forever.

Item I lend to my . . .. .. . . . wife Sarah Johnson all the rest of my estate both land and . . .. . . .. . . .. during her natural life if she remains a widow, but if she should remarry that it is my will that she should have one fifth part. . . . . no more. Item after the ceceased of my beloved wife or her marriage I leave and bequeath the remainder of my land whereon I now live to be divided aforesaid to my son Bailey JOHNSON, on Carter's Run.....joining Alexander JOHNSON and John MOFFITT to his and his family forever.

To James JOHNSON the balance of any land or plantation to a certain tract of land on the Rappahanock mountains now loan to William SMTH two hundred sixty acres to him or his heirs forever.

It is my will if either of my two sons Presly or John die before coming of age then the either of my two sons Presly or John died before that come of age then the surviving brother to possess the whole left or if both die before that inheritance [of] the land then the land is to be sold and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided among all my children.

Item, I leave and bequeath all the rest of my estate not already disposed of the wit all my stock of all ............... house hold kitchen furniture after my wife's decease to be equally divided among my four daughters namely, Mary COCKRELL, Elizabeth MORRIS, & Sary and Lydia JOHNSON give heirs forever.

And lastly I reverse all other testaments by me made and appoint my two sons Bailey JOHNSON and Alexander JOHNSON sole executors of this my last will and testament as witness my hand this 11th day of Jun 1782.

Anderson COCKRELL

Jesse MOFFETT

William HOLDEN

Daniel MOFFETT

John MONROE

Jeffrey JOHNSON (His Mark)

At a court held for county of the 26th day of May 1783. This will proved by the .. ........ of Anderson COCKRELL, Jesse MOFFIT, and William HOLDEN witness thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Alexander JOHNSON the Executors therin named who made oathe and acknowledged bond as the law directs certificate is granted for obtaining a joint................thereof in due form.

http://cotati.sjsu.edu/cockrill/d0005/I6A.html

 

Carters Run

Anderson COCKRELL

John Moffitt

William Smith

Daughter Mary COCKRELL,

Daughter Elizabeth MORRIS,

daughter Sary JOHNSON

daughter Lydia JOHNSON

William HOLDEN

Jesse Moffet

Daniel Moffett

Jon Monroe

 

Jeffrey JOHNSON

 

Jeffry JOHNSON, (475) will dated 11 Jun 1782 called THE PLANTER (son of John) and married Sarah lived next to Anderson Cockrell. Daughter Mary married Anderson COCKRELL. http://cotati.sjsu.edu/cockrill/d0005/I6A.html

 

 

1783 Hannah MOFFETT: Hannah married Bailey J JOHNSON in Jan 1783 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. Son of Jeffery Johnson and Sarah Presley:

1783 Jan Fauquier Co. Va. Bailey J JOHNSON was born in 1755 in Prince William Co, Virginia. He died in Jan 1802 in Whitley Township, Green Co, Pennsylvania. He married Hannah MOFFETT in Jan 1783 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. Son of Jeffery Johnson and Sarah Presley: http://www.waynekuntze.com/wkjan8/pafg344.htm

1783 or 1784 Jan 1: Married Bailey Johnson to Hannah Muffett;

Bailey Johnson and wife Hannah: W4006 VA Line: Soldier married Hannah Muffett in 1783 Jan or 1784 in Fauquier Co.Va and later moved to PA and soldier died there in 1805 Sept. Widow applied 1838 Oct 15 in Ross CO. Ohio age 73. In 1839 widow stated she and soldier had 12 children of which one died in infancy. Childrens birth were

Metildey Johnson born 1781 Dec 19:

Adin Johnson born 1783 Nov 7:

James Johnson born 1786 Dec 10:

Daniel Johnson born 1789 April 20:

William Johnson born 1791 July 18:

Melinday Johnson born 1793 Jul 11:

James Johnson born 1795 Nov 22:

Elijah Johnson born 1798 Nov 6,

Jesse Johnson born 1799 June 6,

Henery Johnson born 1801 May 6 and

Bailey Johnson born 1802 Aug 6.

The daughter Metildey Johnson married a Mr. Gates and their children shown were Bailey Gates born Aug 1800, Hannah Gates born Sept 25 1801 and in 1838 Jane Johnson of Ross CO. Ohio stated she was at soldiers and widows wedding and in 1843 a James Johnson witnessed widows signature ( relationship unknown)

1783 ERA MOSES JOHNSON The certificates issued by the commissioners of the provision law include date, a description of the item impressed including its value, and the name of the owner of the item. Court booklets and lists compiled by the county courts contain excerpts from the court proceedings and lists of authenticated certificates. The commissioners books recorded the date payment was authorized, the name of the claimant, and a description of the property. During its session begun in May 1780 the General Assembly passed an act authorizing the governor to impress supplies needed by the American army. The governor appointed commissioners of the provision law in each locality to carry out the terms of the act. The commissioner, when he impressed property, gave the owner a certificate describing what was taken. Between 1781 and 1783 county courts held special sessions at which certificates were presented and authenticated, and booklets listing authenticated certificates were compiled and sent to Richmond for settlement. Two commissioners appointed to settle the claims recorded those for which they authorized payment, and warrants were issued by the auditor of public accounts.

Available on microfilm. Public Service Claims. Commissioners Books (Nos. 1-3, reel 5; Nos. 4-5, reel 6).

1783 Capt John Johnson: Military Officer: The certificates issued by the commissioners of the provision law include date, a description of the item impressed including its value, and the name of the owner of the item. Court booklets and lists compiled by the county courts contain excerpts from the court proceedings and lists of authenticated certificates. The commissioners books recorded the date payment was authorized, the name of the claimant, and a description of the property. Available on microfilm. Public Service Claims. Court Booklets and Lists (reels 1-4) (arranged by county)

1783 May 21- 26 Fauquier Co, VA DB 7, pp 514-15. Robert ASHBY and Catherine Combs. Marriage Contract. Marriage agreed upon bet. Robert ASHBY and Catherine Combs so that justice be done to Catherine Combs and the present children of sd. Robert's first marriage it is agreed if Catherine survives Robert she is to claim no part of Robert's estate, real or personal except 50 acres whereon Anne CHURCHILL now lives which Catherine is to hold during her widow hood and no longer and one young bay horse she to have her property in the same manner. signed: Robert ASHBY (his R mark) Catherine Combs (X) Wits: Martin PICKETT, John SUDDOTH, Moses JOHNSON, James FREEMAN, James BANN. Rec: 26 May 1783, prov. by oath of Martin PICKETT and John SUDDUTH.

(Extracted by Combs-Ashby Researcher Dala Jo Cornett from Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds, 1778-1785, by John K. Gott)

Robert ASHBY

Anne CHURCHILL

Catherine Combs.

Notes: What are the Combs Families that went to Washington Co. NC now Hawkins Co. Tn. AS The Combs were in Henry Co. Va. In 1776 by Hudson Johnson, William Johnson and James Johnson who was married in 1766 to Rebekah Martin Per Douglas Registers: The Rev. Thomas Murrell remarried the widow Rebekah Martin and her and James Johnsons son married a ? Combs.

Of note is Thomas Dodsons son Jesse Johnson married Judith Combs in 1793 Halifax Co. Va. And they became members of Big Spring Baptist Church which was the parent Church of Rev. Thomas Murrells church. In 1793 Rev. Jesse Dodson the brother of William Dodson and of Thomas Dodson is the minister of this Church.

Martin PICKETT,

John SUDDOTH,

Moses JOHNSON,

James FREEMAN,

James BANN

 

1783 May 26: Will of Jeffrey JOHNSON Will Book 1 page 469-470. In the name of God amen. I Jeffrey Johnson of Fauquier County and State of Virginia being sick and weak in body, but having my perfect . . . . . memory do make my last will and testament as hereafter followeth: First, I willing bequeath my soul in the hands of God my Heavenly Father ?? my body to the ground to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors hereafter named in certain hope of a joyful ressurection. And as for what worldly estate it hat pleased almighty God to bestow upon me I dispose of it as followeth:

 

Item, I leave and bequeath to my well beloved son Alexander John a certain parcel of land whereon he now lives beginning a rock called the chimney shore thence running stone branchy to Carter's run .......... and the said run to the Manor of Leeds and then along said manor line to the cornoer adjoining the LANDS OF ANDERSON COCKRELL along his line to the first beginning at the said chimney stone to his family and heirs forever.

 

Item I lend to my ........ ..........wife Sarah Johnson all the rest of my estate both land and ....... during her natural life if she remains a widow, but if she should remarry that it is my will that she should one fifth part ..... no more. Item after the decease of my beloved wife of her marriage

 

I leave and bequeath the remainder of my land whereon I now live to be divided aforesaid to my son Bailey JOHNSON, on Carter's run. ..... joining Alexander Johnson and John Mofffit to his and his family forever.

 

 

To James Johnson the balance of any land or plantation to him and his heirs forever.

 

Item, I leaving bequeath to my son Presley JOHNSON a certain tract of Land on the Rappahanock mountains now loaned to William Smith two hundred sixty acres to him or his heirs forever.

 

It is my will if either of my two sons Presly or James die before that come of age then the surviving brother to possess the whole left or if both die before that inherit the land then the land is to be sold & the money arising from the sale equally divided among all my children.

 

Item, I leave and bequeath all the rest of my estate not already disposed of th wit all my stock of all ......... house hold kitchen furniture after my wife's decease to be equally divided among my four daughters namely, MARY COCKRELL, ELIZABETH MORRIS, & Sary & Lydia JOHNSON. ..... GIVE HEIRS FORVEVER.

 

And lastly I reverse all other testaments by me made appoint my two sons Bailey JOHNSON and Alexander the sole executors of this my last will and testament as witness my hand this 11th day of Jun 1782. ANDERSON COCKRELL Jeffrey JOHNSON JESSE MOFFETT (His Mark) William Holton Daniel Moffett John Monroe

 

At a court held for County of the 26th day of May 1783 This will proved by the ...... of Anderson COCKRELL Jesse MOFFITT & William HOLTON witness thereto and ordered to be recorded And on the motion of Alexander JOHNSON the executors therein named who made oathe and acknowledged bond as the law directs certificate is granted for obtaining a joint ... thereof in due form. Teste J Brookett. SHORT

http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/va/fauquier/wills/j5250001.txt

 

son Alexander Johnson

wife Sarah Johnson

son Bailey JOHNSON

John Mofffit

son Presley JOHNSON

Son James Johnson

 

 

1783 May 26 Will Of Jeffery Johnson

Will Book Fauquier County, Virginia written 11 Jun 1782 and proved 26 May 1783 Will states, "to Carter's run . . . to the corner adjoining the lands of Anderson Cockrell. Witnesses to this will are Anderson Cockrell, Jesse Moffett, William Hollin, Daniel Moffett and John Monroe.

 

French and Indian War Fauquier County, Virginia Soldier 25 Sep 1761 - Jeffrey Johnson.

 

Will of Jeffrey JOHNSON Will Book 1 page 469-470. In the name of God amen. I Jeffrey Johnson of Fauquier County and State of Virginia being sick and weak in body, but having my perfect . . . . . memory do make my last will and testament as hereafter followeth: First, I willing bequeath my soul in the hands of God my Heavenly Father ?? my body to the ground to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors hereafter named in certain hope of a joyful ressurection. And as for what worldly estate it hat pleased almighty God to bestow upon me I dispose of it as followeth:

 

Item, I leave and bequeath to my well beloved son Alexander Johnson a certain parcel of land whereon he now lives beginning a rock called the chimney shore thence running stone branchy to Carter's run .......... and the said run to the Manor of Leeds and then along said manor line to the cornoer adjoining the LANDS OF ANDERSON COCKRELL along his line to the first beginning at the said chimney stone to his family and heirs forever.

 

Item I lend to my ........ ..........wife Sarah Johnson all the rest of my estate both land and ....... during her natural life if she remains a widow, but if she should remarry that it is my will that she should one fifth part ..... no more. Item after the decease of my beloved wife of her marriage I leave and bequeath the remainder of my land whereon I now live to be divided aforesaid to my son Bailey JOHNSON, on Carter's run. ..... joining Alexander Johnson and John Mofffit to his and his family forever. To James Johnson the balance of any land or plantation to him and his heirs forever.

 

Item, I leaving bequeath to my son Presley JOHNSON a certain tract of Land on the Rappahanock mountains now loaned to William Smith two hundred sixty acres to him or his heirs forever.

 

It is my will if either of my two sons Presly or James die before that come of age then the surviving brother to possess the whole left or if both die before that inherit the land then the land is to be sold & the money arising from the sale equally divided among all my children.

 

Item, I leave and bequeath all the rest of my estate not already disposed of th wit all my stock of all ......... house hold kitchen furniture after my wife's decease to be equally divided among my four daughters namely, MARY COCKRELL, ELIZABETH MORRIS, & Sary & Lydia JOHNSON. ..... GIVE HEIRS FORVEVER.

 

And lastly I reverse all other testamentsby me made appoint my two sons Bailey JOHNSON and Alexander the sole executors of this my last will and testament as witness my hand this 11th day of Jun 1782. ANDERSON COCKRELL Jeffrey JOHNSON JESSE MOFFETT (His Mark) William Holton Daniel Moffett John Monroe

 

At a court held for County of the 26th day of May 1783 This will proved by the ...... of Anderson COCKRELL Jesse MOFFITT & William HOLTON witness thereto and ordered to be recordedAnd on the motion of Alexander JOHNSON the executors therein named who made oathe and acknowledged bond as the law directs certificate is granted for obtaining a joint ... thereof in due form. Teste J Brookett. SHORT

 

1783 May 26 Died Jefferey Johnson Children of JEFFREY JOHNSON and SARAH are:

 

ALEXANDER JOHNSON, b. 1755; d. July 04, 1819, Ross Co., OH.

 

BAILEY J.5 JOHNSON, b. 1755; d. January 1805, Whitely Toewnship, Greene, PA.

 

JOHN JOHSON, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

 

JAMES JOHNSON., b. Aft. 1762; d. Unknown.

 

MARY JOHNSON., b. Abt. 1740, Prince William, VA; d. Unknown, Fauquier Co., VA; m. ANDERSON COCKRELL, Abt. 1763; d. September 07, 1791, Fauquier Co., VA More About MARY JOHNSON.: Fact 1: Married man named Cotrell

 

LYDIA JOHNSON, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

 

PRESLEY JOHNSON., b. Aft. 1762; d. Unknown.

 

SARY JOHNSON, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

 

ELIZABETH JOHNSON., b. Abt. 1745, Prince William, VA; d. Unknown; m. MORRIS, Abt. 1768; b. Abt. 1740, Fauquier Co., VA.

 

 

 

1785 Reuben Cockerill born Fauquier Co. Va died 1868 Fauquier Co. Va married Martha Hunt Son of Anderson Cockerill and Mary Johnson daughter of Jeffry Johnson

 

Martha Hunt

1785 June 20, Robert Bates and Betsy Johnson http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

Robert Bates

1785 June 23:  8-316: William Johnson Sr. (+) and wife Mary (+) of Fauquier Co. VA to Robert Stringfellow of same, for 20, 18 acres more or less adj. George Jacobs, said Stringfellow. Wit. Jos. Blackwell, Saml. Blackwell, John Smith. (FHL film 31,586) http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/va/vafauqu4.htm

 

Robert Stringfellow

William Johnson Sr.

wife Mary Johnson

George Jacobs

Jos. Blackwell

Saml. Blackwell

John Smith

1786 June 20: Robert Bates married Betsy dau. of George

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/vitals/marriages/marriages01.txt

1786 Feb 26 Merryman Payne married Frances Johnson

Merryman Payne

1786 Feb 10: Marriage-2: Laban Shipp to Rebecca Turner Fauquier Co., VA

Laban SHIPP Birth: 5 Apr 1757, of Virginia; Death:  Jun 1828, Christian Co., KY
Transhumance-1:  ca. 1800-1805, to Bourbon Co., KY Transhumance-2:  bef. 1828, to Christian Co., KY

Father:  John SHIPP Mother:  Sarah "Sally" JOHNSON

Marriage-1: 1780, Orange Co., VA

 

Wife-1:  Sarah "Sally" JOHNSON Birth:  1762, Virginia Death: 19 Jan 1785, Virginia Other spouse said to be:  m1.  Mr. DICKERSON)  Father Col. William Johnson Mother Elizabeth Cave.

Researchers Notes: (she's very young to have had a former husband

Marriage-2:  10 Feb 1786, Fauquier Co., VA Wife-2:  Rebecca TURNER Birth:  1762, Fauquier Co., VA Death:  1787, Fauquier Co., VA

 

Marriage-3:  ca. 1790 Wife-3:  Elizabeth ALLEN Birth:  17 Sep 1769, Fauquier Co., VA
Death:  21 Apr 1838

Laban Shipp and Sally Johnson Children born in Fauquier Co., VA:

John SHIPP, b. ca. 1782 
2.Elizabeth Cave Shipp   b. ca. 1784 
3.  Sarah Johnson "Sally" SHIPP, b. ca. 1785; d. 1835; m. 21 May 1805, Bourbon Co., KY, John GARRARD

 

Child with Rebecca TURNER born in Fauquier Co., VA

4.  Mary M. "Polly" SHIPP, b. 1787

 

Children with Elizabeth ALLEN born in Fauquier Co., VA:

5.  Margaret SHIPP, b. ca. 1792; d. 1882; m. William T. MAJORS
6.  Susan SHIPP, b. ca. 1794; d. 22 Feb 1831
7.  Eliza SHIPP, b. ca. 1796
8.  Caroline E. SHIPP, b. ca. 1798; d. 1826
9.  William M. SHIPP, b. ca. 1800

http://www.dgmweb.net/genealogy/FGS/S/ShippLaban-SJohnson-RTurner-EAllen.shtml

 

1786 August 21, Wilfred Johnson and Mary Peyton http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

Mary Peyton

1786 November 30, Archibald Johnston and Jemima O'Banon http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

Jemima O'Banon or Jemima Obannon

Tax List Fauquier County Virginia 1787 List A

William Johnson, 0 0 1 3 4

Free Levy

 

List B

Smith Johnson, 0 2 2 0 2 Stud Horse

Isaac Johnson 0 0 0 3 6

Alexr Johnson, 0 0 0 2 6

Sarah Johnson, 1 0 0 1 4

Not Tithable

Presley Johnson, 0 0 0 0 0 16-21 with Sarah Johnson

Thos Johnson, 1 0 0 2 5 16-21

Samue Johson, l 1 1 0 1 1

George Johnson, Sr 1 0 0 2 3

Allen Johnson, 0 0 0 0 0 16-21 with George Johnson Sr

Tunis Johnson, 3 1 1 3 6 Anthony Johnson with Tunis

Charles Johnson, 0 0 0 3 2

Yellis Johnson, 1 0 0 4 8

Bailey Johnson, 1 5 4 9 16 16-21 Charles Johnson with Bailey

Beede Johnson, 1 0 0 2 2 Baly Johnson with Beede

Baley Johnson, Jr 0 0 0 1 0

George Johnson, 0 1 2 3 2 son of Baly

 

List C

Moses Johnson, 0 1 1 3 6

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1787 Feb ( Abt) P. 442 ETAL JOHNSON, land transfer to SMITH Fauquier Co. Va. Deed Bk. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/deeds/deedbk9.tx 
 

1788 Hannah Cockerill born Fauquier CO. Va married John Dawson daughter of Anderson Cockerill and Mary Johnson daughter of Jeffery Johnson

 

John Dawson

 

1788: Goerge Whitley is a Witness to Jeffery Johnsons will:

George Wheatley was married first to Sarah Williams in about 1753 in Fauquier Co., VA. They had three children.

George Whitley married his second wife, Diana Darnell about 1760. George and Diana had four children.

In 1779 he was granted 305 acres on Roaring River and in 1785 he is named on an Administrative Claim for the estate of Prichard Alexander. In March of 1785, "Sister Whitley" joined the Roaring River Baptist Church.

By 1787 George Wheatley's name appears on the 1787 Wilkes County Tax List for 973 acres and 2 polls.

In 1788 he and Diana are witnesses to Jefferey Johnson's Will. George Whitley was the son of George and Mary Wheatly of Fauquier County.

http://www.fmoran.com/whitley.html

(notes: This is Jeffery Johnson in Wilkes Co. NC)

NOTES: Martin H. Wheatley (1801-1860) m.

1) Mary Ann Johnson (Polly) (1799-aft 1858)

(m. 1821);

2) Mary Frances Johnson Shoate/Coates, (abt. 1829-aft. 1880) widow of Joseph Coates
Sarah (Sally) Wheatley (1804-1878) m. Eli Johnson (1799-1870), s/o Moses and Elizabeth Johnson (m. 1821)

http://www.fmoran.com/whitley.html

Children of Martin H. Wheatley and 1) Mary Ann (Polly) Johnson
Amelia Matilda Wheatley (1822-1871) m. Isaac Whitley Shumate (1816-1894) (m. 1838)
James Martin Wheatley (1824-1858) m. Elizabeth Shumate (1823-1894)
George W. Whitley (1827-1882) m. Elizabeth Absher (abt 1828-bef. 1860); 2) Harriett
McDaniel (abt. 1837-aft. 1880) (moved to Texas)
Elizabeth Jane Wheatley (1828-aft. 1870) m. Alfred B. Absher (abt. 1825-bef. 1845); 2) Elisha
McDaniel (abt. 1798-aft.1870) (moved to Texas)
Nancy Wheatley (1830-1906) m. Lewis Johnson
Martin H. Whitley, Jr. (abt. 1832-abt. 1864) m. 1) Sarah Ann Shumate (1828-1852); 2) Martha Bryson; 3) Margaret Zarilda Adams
John Thomas Wheatley (1835-1836) living in
Wilkes Co., NC, 1850. Who is Myra Hall, age 18, living with them?

Notes: How related to McDaniels of Halifax Co. Va

http://www.fmoran.com/whitley.html
Samuel Smith Whitley (abt. 1836-aft. 1855) m. Elizabeth (Brown?) (m. 1855)
Moses Calvin Whitley (abt. 1840-1862) (died during Civil War)
(This family living in
Wilkes Co., NC, 1850. Who is Myra Hall, age 18, living with them?

 

1788 Aug 8: Rose Settle to Tunis Johnson, 8 Aug. 1788, bond Tunis Johnson and Howson Duncan, pg.235 Fauquier Co. VA Marriage Bonds, typed, Vol.I (FHL film 31,633; from index on FHL film 31,632; only a few signatures by mark noted) http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

1788 August 8, Tunis Johnson and Rose Settle http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

Rose Settle

Howson Duncan,

1789 February 24, Nimrod Johnson and Polly Adams http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

Polly Adams

1789 March 21, David Johnson and Sarah Odor http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

Sarah Odor

David Johnson

Notes David Johnson reported to be son of Moses Johnson and Duannah "Diannah" Shumate

1789 December 22, William Devers and Elizabeth Johnston http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

William Devers

1790 John J. Cockerill born Virginia Married 1828 Hardin Co. Ky to 2 wifes; Lucy L or S. Raine, and Mary Ann Lemaster. Died in Bullitt Co. Ky.

1790 February 22, Minor Johnson and Hannah Johnson http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/page120.html

1790 Feb 22 Minor Johnson mar. Hannah Johnson Fauquier County email me at FRMRNYR@AOLCOM for a copy

 

1790 February 24, Nimrod Johnson was born in Fauquier, Va. He married Polly Adams in Fauquier, Va http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1791 died Fauquier Co. Anderson COCKRELL born 1740 King George Co VA married Mary Johnson daughter of Jeffery Johnson and Unk.

Note Hannah Anderson mother of Anderson Cockerill is the daughter of Walter Anderson and Mary Travis: Who was also married to Henry Moffett.

 

Walter Anderson Cockerill

Notes Check on Cockerills and Robertson Connections

 

Mary Travis

Note: how is Mary Travis related to Edward Travis and to Rev. Raliegh Travis also known as Travers

 

Henry Moffett.

 

 

 

1791 Feb 25: Will Book 3 pages 42-43 John Johnson (Inventory) dated 25 Feb 1797 approved by William Wood, James Wood, John Hogain, first sworn before William Stewart. Total Evaluation L390.18.10 Ret 27 Feb 1797.

 

William Wood,

James Wood,

John Hogain

 

1792 Howsen Duncan settled the estate of his father in Fauquier Co. Va. Howsen Duncan was married to Agnes Johnson and was of Lincoln Co. KY. In 1797 he also settled the estate of his mother in Fauquier Co.Va. and in 1803 era he moved to Kentucky. Their daughter is Jemima Duncan http://www.genealogyboard.com/parr/messages/1685.html

 

 

1792 April 30: George Collard to Elizabeth Johnson, 30 April 1792, bond Howsen Duncan, pg.355 Fauquier Co. VA Marriage Bonds, typed, Vol.I (FHL film 31,633; from index on FHL film 31,632; only a few signatures by mark noted)

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

George Collard

 

 

1792 Sept 1 married Fauquier Co.Va. Presly JOHNSON was born about 1760 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. He married Margaret WELCH on 1 Sep 1791 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. Son of Jeffery Johnson and Sarah Presley: http://www.waynekuntze.com/wkjan8/pafg344.htm

Margaret WELCH

1796 June 4 Rebecca Johnson married Simon Cornwell bondsman Howsen Duncan. She is the daughter of Moses Johnson whose wil is dated 1803 June 16:

Simon Cornwell

A Simon Cornwell married Mary (Molly) Johnston, the daughter of Moses Johnston and Diana Shumate ca. 1791,

Notes: too late to be the parents of the children identified below. Perhaps she was a second wife. A subsequent wife, Phebe, was named in an 1804 document.

Simon was added to the Broad Run Baptist Church in Fauquier County, VA by baptism in 1772. (Broad Run Baptist Church Minutes, page 15).

Simon Cornwell is listed in Fauquier Families 1759-1799, by John P. Alcock, page 59, with the following entry: ",John Carter. 96H/Simon Cornwell. MB June 4, 1796 to Rebecca Johnson-bd Howsen Duncan." MB stands for marriage bond; bd stands for bondsman, or cosigner of bond.

On Jul 25, 1803, Simon Cornwell was the executor for the will of Moses Johnston. "Johnston, Moses, Sr. 16 June 1803

Simon was named in the court ordered guardianship: "Dianna (+) Johnson [signed: Johnston] gdn. of Charlotte, Daniel and Mary Johnston, orphs. of Moses Johnston, dec'd. 24 Oct. 1803. For: $2,000. Sec: Mark Shumate, Simon Cornwell. J.P.: Wily Roy, Simon Morgan, Lawrence Ashuon, William Gibson, Gent."

On May 27, 1805, according to Book 10, pages 174-175, "Simon Cornwell, Minton Bailey, & John Smith, Commissioners of the one part, to George Chapman, Jr. of Charles Co., MD of the other part. Whereas suit in chancery was instituted in the Court of Fauquier Co. by Devisees & Representatives of Moses Johnston deceased against Devisees & Representatives of the said Moses Johnston dec'd in which said suit the said Simon Cornwell, Minton Bailey, John Smith & Isham O'Bannon were appointed Commisssioners. Signed Minton Bailey (with an X), Simon Cornwell, John Smith. Rec. 22 July 1805."

On May 29, 1805, according to the Deed Book 16, Fauquier County, Virginia, "Cornwell to Chapman -- This indenture made 29th May 1805 between Simon Cornwell, Minton Bailey, and John Smyth of Co. of Fauquier and George Chapman, Jr. of Charles Co. State of Maryland, for the Johnston heirs, said land adjoins tract conveyed to George Chapman Jr. by Jacob Cornwell of 105 acres subject to widow dower of Moses Johnston." The document was signed by Minton Bailey, Simon Cornwell, and John Smith.

The children of Simon Cornwell (but not Mary [Molly] Johnston) were perhaps:

i Frances, b. 1767, m. 1st, A. Norman; 2nd, William Shumate in 1787
ii William , b. Oct 9, 1768, m. Mary Frances Swann on Oct 9, 1794 in
Maryland;
moved to
Jefferson County, KY ca. 1805, then to Orange Co, IN, d. Nov 21, 1845
iii James, b. 1770, m. ca. 1800
iv Jeremiah, b. ca. 1770, m. Sara
Burgess on Apr 11, 1804 in Fauquier County, VA, d. Aug 18, 1841, age 71 (tombstone)
* v Charles, b. ca. 1775, m. Elizabeth (Betty)
Thornton in 1796, d. in 1824
vi Sarah, b. 1779
vii Peter, b. Jun 12, 1780, m. Mrs. Elizabeth (Betsy) Arterburn Branham on Jun 24, 1802 in Jefferson County, KY, d. Oct 1, 1842
in Orange Co, IN
viii Elizabeth, b. Mar 24, 1782, m. Peyton Mason Burgess May 15,1806, d. Mar 17, 1872
ix Lewis, b. ca. 1784

http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.cornwell/1661/mb.ashx

 

1796 Oct 3: Pg.119, Robert Stringfellow vs. Thomas Fallis, Caveat for 128 acres, part of grant of 242 acres 10/14/1726 [King Geo. Co. B-19] adj. grant 7/27/1715 of 258 acres, total 500 acres, to Robert Duncan and said Robert Duncan conveyed or sold to William Johnson [1764 Fauquier Co. 2-207] who conveyed to Stringfellow, on Rocky Run on Staunton's Road, adj. Richard Teakle, Duncan's corner, Stringfellow's saw mill pond. (incl. copy of 1726 grant to Duncan) Court 11/29/1796, Stringfellow has better title.

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqui.htm

 

Thomas Fallis

Rocky Run

Staunton's Road,

Richard Teakle

Robert Duncan

 

1796 Oct:   Pg.119-124, Stringfellow vs. Fallis Let no grant issue to Thomas Fallis for a tract of land lying in Fauquier Co. on the water of Rocky Run containing by survey 128 acres, Robert Stringfellow claiming the same as or such part thereof as falls within a grant made by the proprietor of the Northern Neck to Robert Duncan who sold or conveyed it to William Johnson who conveyed the same to the said Robert Stringfellow, beginning on Rocky run at an old road known by the name of Staunton's road and at the uppermost part of Richard Teakle's land, then running up the meanders of the said run to Duncans corner white oak on the side of the said (blank) and on the side of the said Stringfellow's saw mill pond and then agreeable to the different courses expressed in the conveyance from Johnson to Stringfellow to the beginning.
       
  Fauquier Co., to wit: Robert Stringfellow this day came before me and made oath that the above Caveatt against Thomas Fallis obtaining a grant for the land therein mentioned is really and bonafide entered with an intention of procuring the lands for himself and not in trust for the benefit of the said Thomas Fallis against whom this Caveat is intended to be entered. 26 Sept. 1796. Thos. Kuth. Entered 3 Oct. 1796. A copy. (p.119)

 

1797 Jan 5: John Johnson, married Sally COCKRELL, Marriages Fauquier County, Virginia http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Sally COCKRELL

 

1797 Jan 23: Enoch Johnson (Signed Johnston) guardian of Susanna Johnson orphan of John Johnson deceased 23 Jan 1797 for L200 Sec John Wood. J.P.: Thomas Fitzhugh, Ambrose Barnett, Matthew Neale, John Bronaugh, Gentleman. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1797 OCT Charles JOHNSON married Letitia Picket Marriage:, Fauquier Co, VA http://www-personal.umich.edu/~bobwolfe/gene/Web2Ged/GoodWolfe/person/p18578.htm
 
Letitia Picket 

 

 

1800 Abt Susanna Johnson was born in Fauquier, Va. She married James Waddle in Of Fauquier, Virginia,

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

James Waddle

Susanna Johnson

 

Notes: She is daughter of Moses Johnston Sr died 1800 see below

 

1800 July 25: Will Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 3 page 439 In the name of God, Amen I Moses Johnston Senior of Leeds Parrish in the County of Fauquier and State of Virginia being some what indisposed in body, but of perfect mind and memory do this sixteenth of June anno domoni one thousand eight hundred and three do make and ordain this my last will and testament.

 

Improvimis, I recommend my soul into the hands of almight God who give it and hope through the merits of my Saviour the blessed Jesus Christ to receive free pardon for all my past sins, and my body I commit to the earth to be buried in a descent Christian manner at the discretion of my executors herein after named, and as toughing what earthly estate it hath please God to bless me with. I dispose of it in manner and form following vis:

 

Item, My will and desire is that my beloved wife Duanna have one third part of my estate both real and personal during life and at her decease to return to my children herein after mention to be equally divided amongst them. Item, I give to my sonMoses ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out of the money arising from my estate.

 

Item, I give to my daughter Molly ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out of money arising from my estate. Item, I give to my son Daniel ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out of money arising from my estate.

 

Item, it is my will and desire that the residue of my estate that is heretofore given to be equally divided amongst my children namely, Hannah Boggess, David Johnston, Nimrod Johnston, Susanna Waddle, John Johnston, Moses Johnston, Margaret McMekin, Charlotte JOHNSON, Daniel Johnson, and Molly Johnson.

 

Item, I appoint my trusty friends Amynta Bailey and Simon Cornwall, executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former will and testaments heretofore made ratifying and confirming this only, I am witness wereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal.

 

Published and pronounced and declared by the Moses Johnson for as his last will and testament before James Ellis, Joseph Ellis and Johan Bannon. Mo Johnson SS

 

At a court held for Fauquier County the 25th day of July 1800. This will was proved by the oaths of James Ellis, Joseph Ellis and Isham Bannon witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Teste L Brooke Tet.

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

MOSES JOHNSON was born 1740 in Prince William, VA, and died 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. He married DUANNAH SHUMATE(DIANNAH ) Abt. 1776 in Fauquier Co., VA, daughter of DANIEL SHUMATE and SARAH JAMES. She was born Abt. 1749, and died Aft. May 16, 1829 in Fauquier Co., VA.

 

Amyntha Bayley

Simon Cornwall

James Ellis

Josseph Ellis

Isham Bannon

 

Children of Moses Johnson and Duannah Shumate
MOSES JOHNSON, b. Fauquier Co., VA.  

DANIEL JOHNSON.

MOLLY JOHNSON.

DAVID JOHNSON, m. SARAH ODOR, March 21, 1789.

NIMROD JOHNSON, b. Fauquier Co., VA; m. POLLY ADAMS, February 24, 1790, Fauquier Co., VA 

SUSANNA JOHNSON, m. JAMES WADDLE, Abt. 1800

JOHN JOHNSON, m. ELIZABETH HARRIS, March 28, 1808, Fauquier Co., VA.

MARGARET JOHNSON, m. ARCHIBALD MCMEKIN, February 26, 1800, Fauquier Co., VA

HANNAH JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1781, Fauquier Co., VA; m. BOGGESS, Abt. 1801; b. Abt. 1780, Fauquier Co., VA

POLLY "MARY" JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1786

CHARLOTTE JOHNSON, b. November 26, 1786, Fauquier Co., VA; d. May 01, 1877, Fauquier Co., VA; m. JOHN BURGESS, December 12, 1805, Fauquier Co., VA; b. June 11, 1771, Prince William, VA; d. December 12, 1855, Fauquier Co., VA.

 

 

1800 Tax List Fauquier County, Virginia

Wilford Johnson, 1 3 2 0

Joseph Johnson 1 2

Nimrod Johnson, 1 2

MOSES JOHNSTON, 2 2 1 2

Moses Johnston Junior

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

 

1800 TAX LIST FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA -

District of Elias Edmonds Junr,

Wilford Johnson, 1-3-2-0
             

James Johnson, Francis William James: 1-1    

 

Moses Johnston, (Moses Johnston Jr in household) 2-2-1-2    

 

Joseph Johnson, 1-2

Nimrod Johnson,  1

 

Francis William James

District of Elias Edmonds Junr,

 

1801 ABt married Hannah Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia about 1781. She married Mr Boggess in Of Fauquier, Virginia, about 1801. Mr was born in Of Fauquier, Virginia about 1780. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Mr Boggess

 

1801 Abt married Polly "Mary" Johnson was born in Fauquier, Virginia about 1786. She married twice. She married Zebulon Newhouse in Fauquier, Virginia, about 1801. She married Timothy Bray in Fauquier, Virginia, December 28, 1818. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Zebulon Newhouse

Timothy Bray

 

1802 March 25: 15-190: Howsen Duncan and wife Agnes to Enoch H. Withers, both Fauquier Co., for $3,000.00, 319-1/2 acres, all that land Howsen now lives which was devised to him by his father Joseph Duncan decd, ... licking run, corner Tunis Johnstons land, Robert Hinson's land, Fayetteville, Mrs. Keer's land. Wit. Cave Withers, Enock D. Withers, John Parker, Henry Dayton, John Blackwell, Thomas Bronaugh. (FHL film 31,590) http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/va/vafauqu4.htm

 

Howsen Duncan

wife Agnes Duncan

Robert Hinson's

Mrs. Keer's land

Cave Withers

Enock D. Withers,

John Parker,

Henry Dayton

John Blackwell

Thomas Bronaugh

Tunis Johnstons

 

1803 OCT 24 Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 3 page 468 Inventory dated 24 Oct 1803 Witnesses C Chapman Junior Jacob Cornwell John Smith 30 Dec 1803 Moses witness John O Bannon Joseph Blackwell John Smith http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

C Chapman Junior

Jacob Cornwell

John Smith

John O Bannon

Joseph Blackwell

 

1803 Jun 16, Will: Moses Johnston, Sr.:

Will Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 3 page 439 In the name of God, Amen I Moses Johnston Senior of Leeds Parrish in the County of Fauquier and State of Virginia being some what indisposed in body, but of perfect mind and memory do this sixteenth of June anno domoni one thousand eight hundred and three do make and ordain this my last will and testament. Improvimis, I recommend my soul into the hands of almight God who give it and hope through the merits of my Saviour the blessed Jesus Christ to receive free pardon for all my past sins, and my body I commit to the earth to be buried in a descent Christian manner at the discretion of my executors herein after named, and as toughing what earthly estate it hath please God to bless me with. I dispose of it in manner and form following vis:

 

Item, My will and desire is that my beloved wife Duanna have one third part of my estate both real and personal during life and at her decease to return to my children herein after mention to be equally divided amongst them.

 

Item, I give to my son Moses ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out of the money arising from my estate.

 

Item, I give to my daughter Molly ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out of money arising from my estate.

 

Item, I give to my son Daniel ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out of money arising from my estate.

 

Item, it is my will and desire that the residue of my estate that is heretofore given to be equally divided amongst my children namely, Hannah Boggess, David Johnston, Nimrod Johnston, Susanna Waddle, John Johnston, Moses Johnston, Margaret McMekin, Charlotte JOHNSON, Daniel Johnson, and Molly Johnson.

 

Item, I appoint my trusty friends Amynta Bailey and Simon Cornwall, executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former will and testaments heretofore made ratifying and confirming this only, I am witness were of I have hereunto set my hand and seal.

Published and pronounced and declared by the Moses Johnson for as his last will and testament before James Ellis, Joseph Ellis and Johan Bannon.

Mo Johnson SS At a court held for Fauquier County the 25th day of July 1800. This will was proved by the oaths of James Ellis, Joseph Ellis and Isham Bannon witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Teste L Brooke http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0000373.htm

 

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/e/Michael-E-Keesling/GENE4-0009.html

Notes: Duanna Shumate, born Abt. 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died Aft. 1806; married Moses Johnston, Sr.; born Abt. 1757; died 16 Jun 1803 in Leeds Parrish, Fauquier Co., Virginia. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Notes of Michael Burgess page 272 Charlotte Burgess Johnston is named as a child of Moses Johns(t)on in his will (Fauquier Co. WB #3, p. 439, dated 16 Jun 1803), which also mentions children: Moses Jr.; David; Daniel; Nimrod; John; Mary; Hannah Boggess; Sussanna Waddle; Margaret McMeekin.

 

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1803 July 25 Will Proven on Moses Johnston

Will of Moses JOHNSTON Fauquier County, Virginia -Will Book 3 Page 439
Will Proved 25 Jul 1803

In the name of God, Amen. I Moses JOHNSTON Senior of
Leeds Parish in the
County of Fauquier and state of Virginia being some what indisposed in
body, but of perfect mind and memory do this sixteenth of June anno domoni
one thousand eight hundred and three do make and ordain this my last will
and testament. Improvis, I recommend my soul into the hands of almighty
God who give it and hope through the merits of my Saviour the blessed
Jesus Christ to receive free pardon for all my past sins and my body I
commit to the earth to be buried in a descent Christian manner at the
discretion of my executors herein after named, and as toughing what
earthly estate it hath pleased God to bless me with. I dispose of it in
manner and form following vis:

Item, My will and desire is that my beloved wife Duanna have one third
part of my estate both real and personal during life and at her decease to
return to my children herein after mention to be equally divided amongst
them.

Item, I give to my son Moses ten pounds so soon as it can be collected out
of the money arising from my estate.

Item, I give to my daughter Molly ten pounds so soon as it can be
collected out of the money arising from my estate.

Item, I give to my son Daniel ten pounds soo soon as it can be collected
out of money arising from my estate.

Item, it is my will and desire that the residue of my estate that is
heretofore given to be equally divided amongst my children namely, Hannah
BOGGESS, David JOHNSTON, Nimrod JOHNSTON, Susanna WADDLE, John JOHNSTON,
Moses JOHNSTON, Margaret McMEKIN, Charlotte JOHNSON, Daniel JOHNSON, and
Molly JOHNSON.

Item, I appoint my trusty friends Amynta BAILEY and Simon CORNWALL
Executors of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former
will and testaments heretofore made ratifying and confirming this only, I
am witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal. Published and
pronounced and declared by the Moses JOHNSON for as his last will and
testament before James ELLIS, Joseph ELLIS, and Johan O'BANNON A court
held for Fauquier County the 25th day of July 1803 this will was proved by
the oatha of James ELLIS, Joseph ELLIS and Isham BANNON thereto and
ordered to be recorded. Teste L. BROOKE Tet.

http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/va/fauquier/wills/j5250000.txt

 

1803 Died: Moses Johnson who married Duannah - Diannah (parents of Charlotte Johnson who married John Burgess) stayed in Fauquier County Virginia and left a will there in 1803 http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0000426.htm

 

1803 Oct 24: A subsequent guardianship proceeding (24 Oct 1803) assigns Dianna Johnson (sic) control of Charlotte, Daniel and Mary Johnson, orphans of Moses Johnson.

http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1804 APRIL 8TH SITHE JOHNSON DIS-MISSED(PAGE 33)"Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

SITHE JOHNSON

1805 Johnston Pinn, listed as a a "free Negro" in Fauquier County and 1806 [PPTL 1797-1807, frames 659, 768]. http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/Pettiford_Ridley.htm

1805 Nov 12: Married: Charlotte Johnson was born in Fauquier, Va November 26, 1786. Charlotte Burgess died May 1, 1877 in Fauquier, Va, at 90 years of age. She married John Burgess in Fauquier, Va, November 12, 1805. John was born in Prince William, Virginia June 11, 1771. He was the son of Edward Burgess and Sarah "Sally" Price. John Burgess died December 12, 1855 in Fauquier, Virginia, at 84 years of age. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Edward Burgess

Sarah Price. Sally"

 

 

1805 Dec 10: DB 17, p 248 Joshua Tennison and Catherine, his wife, Fauquier Co VA to ELIJAH ARNOLD, same county. $851 plus $500 plus $250. Land in Harrison County, being 1/3 of lands bought by sd. Tennison and George Wheeler from Edward Carter Esqr. of Prince William who was owner of undivided moraty of lands located by Joseph Carr and Thomas Douglas and afterwards patented by John B. Armistead. When Armistead became bankrupt...an exception...Edward Carter before selling claim to Tennison and Wheeler...the purchase the residue of his claims had sold to Robert Carter of Sudley 12000 of his one undivided half of one half of which sd 12000 acres so sold to Robert Carter, the sd Robert Carter had sold to said Joshua Tennison and John B. Armistead the original partner with Edward Carter, therefore the said Robert Carter has reserved to himself the before mentioned 6000 acres and being the same entered by Joseph Carr and Thomas Douglas, beginning at Adam Menur's land on Tygers Valley River and running along state road through Clarksburg to...Elk Creek to place where creek emptys into West fork to mouth of Stone Coal, to Buckhannan River. Signed: Joshua Tennison, Catherine Tennison. Wit: Elias Edmonds Jr., Joseph Joseph, Benjamin Lansberry, Bude Johnson, Richard Garrett, LEWIS ARNOLD. Rec. 24 Feb 1806. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/special/afas/unpub/unpubva01.txt 

 

Joshua Tennison

Catherine Tennison

ELIJAH ARNOLD

George Wheeler

Edward Carter Esqr. of Prince William

Joseph Carr

Thomas Douglas

John B. Armistead.

Adam Menur's

Tygers Valley River

Elk Creek

Stone Coal,

Elias Edmonds Jr.,

Joseph Joseph,

Benjamin Lansberry,

Bude Johnson,

Richard Garrett,

LEWIS ARNOLD

 

1806 Feb 21: Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 4, p. 185, for Daniel Shumate of Leeds Parish. Written and recorded January 29, 1806 and probated February 21, 1806: Wife, Sarah Shumate to receive 1/3rd of my estate, including one feather bed, furniture, slave man Joe & all provision in my possession.

Son, Wm. Shumate to return slave girl now in his possession to my plantation.

Sons, Mark and Wm. to plant and grow crops on my plantation.

Children, Judah Parris, Duanna Johnston, Dinah Luttrell and Samuel Shumate to divide equally the residue of my estate.
Exrs: Wm. Shumate, son and John Parris. Wit: Joseph Blackwell, John Winn and Jemima Winn.

Daniel Shumate

Sarah Shumate

Son Wm. Shumate

Son Mark Shumate

Judah Parris

Duanna Johnston

Dinah Luttrell

Samuel Shumate

John Parris.

Joseph Blackwell

John Winn

Jemima Winn.

John Johnson was born in Fauquier, Va. He married Elizabeth Harris in Fauquier, Va, March 28, 1808.

1808 Jan 6: Bailey J JOHNSON Virginia. He died on 20 Dec 1868 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. He married Martha HUNT on 6 Jan 1808 in Fauquier Co www.waynekuntze.com/february3/pafg343.htm

 

1809 Feb 26 Married Margaret Johnson was born in Fauquier, Va. She married Archibald Mcmekin in Fauquier, Va, February 26, 1800. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Archibald Mcmekin

 

1810 October 26: Fauquier County Description: 22 acres on the waters of Licking Run between the lines of a tract taken up by ____ Garner, now held by Yellis Johnson and a tract taken up by Catesby Cocke now held by said Martin. Source: Northern Neck Grants A, No. 2, 1805-1812, p. 381-382 (Reel 306). Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Surveys No. A, 1810-1818, p. 33-34 (Reel 318).

 

Yellis Johnson

Garner

Catesby Cocke

1812 Aug 5: DB 19, p 395 ELIJAH ARNOLD, Fauquier Co VA, bound to Nathan Ellis, county aforesaid, mortgage $1,600. Condition: ELIJAH ARNOLD sold to Nathan Ellis land beginning at ARNOLD's Cross Roads running down road to Thum's Run Ford above Dearing's Mill line in lease taken out by Jesse Norman and owned by ISSAC ARNOLD which he bought of Jesse Norman and known by name of Jesse's ground...opposite Andrew Barbee's. During lives of leases conveying the said place after first deducting 4 acres including house where Turner Johnson lives and the lease taken out by Jesse Norman. Nathan Ellis paid $800. Signed: ELIJAH ARNOLD. Wit: Baldwin Bradford, Wm. Keyes Jr., J. W. Kelley. Rec. 22 Mar 1813. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/special/afas/unpub/unpubva01.txt 
 
ELIJAH ARNOLD,
Nathan Ellis,
Thum's Run Ford
Dearing's Mill
Jesse Norman
ISSAC ARNOLD
Andrew Barbee's
Turner Johnson
Baldwin Bradford
Wm. Keyes Jr.
 J. W. Kelley

 

 

1815 about, Catherine Johnson was born in Fauquier Co., Va., and she was married to James A. Claggett in 1846. They moved west and reached Lexington on Christmas Day, 1866, where they settled on a farm. In June, 1886, they moved into town, where Mr. Claggett died August, 1887. Since that time she has lived with her daughter, Mrs. Luther Beasley. Mrs Claggett was an excellent old woman and her life was one of great usefulness.

Some of the Claggett family were members of the Old School Baptist church and she was in sympathy with that body of christians.

She leaves to mourn her one daughter, Mrs. Luther Beasley and two sons, J. W. and R. T. Claggett, of this town, with nine grandchildren and a large circle of friends.

The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Stubbert. The remains were laid to rest in the Lexington cemetery.

Obituary -- March 16, 1900

Notes: According to the 1880 Census, an aunt, Sarah N. Johnson, is living with the family.

http://family.phelpsinc.com/phelpsfam/d0014/f0000010.html

 

James A. Claggett

 

1815/12/16 Fauquier County Samuel Johnson, Former slave of Edward Digges who purchased the freedom of his wife and two children, asks for their permission to remain in the Commonwealth.

Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County 1820/12/14 Former slave who acquired ownership of his wife & two children asks that they be permitted to remain in the Commonwealth once emancipated. 51 73 9

Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County 1822/12/17 Asks for the emancipation of his daughter. Includes certificates of character. 51 73 17

Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County 1823/12/04 Former slave who became the owner of his wife Patty and daughter Lucy and asks for an act authorizing their emancipation & permanent residence in Fauquier County. 51 73 20

Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County 1824/12/04 Former slave who became the owner of his wife Patty and daughter Lucy and asks for an act authorizing their emancipation & permanent residence in Fauquier County. Includes certificates of conduct. 51 73 23

Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County 1826/12/07 Asks for a law emancipating his daughter Lucy. Includes certificate of conduct & notice. 51 73 34
Samuel

Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County 1828/12/05 Ask for an act emancipating his wife Patty and daughter Lucy whose ownership he acquired. 52 73 61

 

Johnson, Samuel Fauquier County 1837/01/25 Asks for permission of his three grandchildren, Sam, Rebecca, & Thornton, from his daughter Lucy Malvin, to remain in the Commonwealth. 52 74 22

 

http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

Edward Digges

 

 

1816 Rachel Walker Johnson died in Wilkes Co. NC wife of Jeferry Johnson

JEFFERY JOHNSON "JUNIOR" was born Bef. 1739 in Prince William, VA, and died in Wilkes, NC. He married RACHEL WALKER Abt. 1760. She was born in Loudon, VA, and died 1816 in Wilkes, NC.

Children identified as

MARY MARTHA JOHNSON

WINIFRED JOHNSON, b. 1746.

GEORGE JOHNSON, b. November 25, 1749.

WILLIAM JOHNSON, b. April 06, 1751.

JOHN JOHNSON, b. 1753.

BENJAMIN JOHNSON, b. 1755.

SAMUEL JOHNSON, b. 1757.

CHLOE JOHNSON, b. 1760.

LEWIS JOHNSON, b. 1761.

BARBARY JOHNSON, b. 1763.

RACHEL JOHNSON, b. 1763. 

 

1817-1818 Johnson Neighbors Left Fauquier Co Va

1886 "KY, a History of the State" 3rd Edition, by Perrin, Battle & Kniffin, (FHL book 976.9 D3wt)

Warren Co. WOODFORD DUNCAN, was born in this (Warren) county, March 21, 1825, and is a son of Edmond and Harriet (Dulaney) Duncan, of Scotch-Irish descent. Charles Duncan and Joseph Dulaney, his grandfathers, lived in Fauquier Co. VA, and his father emigrated from Fauquier Co. VA about 1817-18 and settled in this county. Subject's early life was spent on the farm. He remained with his father for several years after arriving at manhood, and in April, 1853, married Hettie Johnson, a daughter of Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth Boyce Johnson. After marriage he moved to his present place where he has ever since resided, except about 8 years spent in Bowling Green in the mercantile business. He owns a farm of 200 acres ... Mr. and Mrs. Duncan have six children, Presley E., Harriet, Joseph F., Katie, Henrietta M. and Nannie S., all of whom are living. Democrat, Masonic, he and wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dobson/va/vafauqu5.htm

 

1818 April 16 Applied for Rev. War benefits: Gideon Johnson or Gideon Johnston: S38089 also see N.A. account #874 #050093 pay Va. Line: applied 1818 April 16 in Fauquier Co. age 69. In 1820 soldier was living with a daughter Elizabeth the wife of William Thompson and he also referred to a son William Johnston. Soldier died 1825 Dec 6. In 1850 a grandson William H. Jennings was a resident of Fauquier Co. Va and was administrator of soldiers estate in 1850. Pg 1861; 1855 Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files Pg 1861; 1855 Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

 

Gideon Johnson or Gideon Johnston

William Thompson

daughter Elizabeth Thompson

grandson William H. Jennings In 1850

 

1819 William P. Hall b. Fauquier Co., Va. Married Lucinda Townsend in about 1843. Married 2nd. Mary J. Johnston or Johnson 1857. He wound up in Brown Co., IL. Later in Missouri and Kansas . http://genforum.genealogy.com/hall/messages/19049.html

 

1819 March 4, Bass to Johnston FAUQUIER CO. VA. DEED BK. p. 335 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/deeds/deeds001.txt 
1819 Oct 2: AMOS JOHNSTON AND WIFE TO LYNTON FAUQUIER CO. VA. DEED BK P. 384 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/deeds/deeds001.txt 
 

1819 Dec 12 Posted David Johnson age 35 of Warrenton Fauquier Va. Owner Wm H. Digges May have changed name and procured a free pass; Ads in Winchester, Leesburg, Alexandria Runaway Slave Advertisements from the Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, Virginia, 1817-1842 http://www.balchfriends.org/Slaves/IndexedList.htm

 

Wm H. Digges

 

1819 Dec 12 Posted Daniel Johnson age 30 of Va Fauquier Co. Owner H.L. Yeatman: Delivered to have shaped course for Leesburg with view to Pa Runaway Slave Advertisements from the Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, Virginia, 1817-1842 http://www.balchfriends.org/Slaves/IndexedList.htm

 

H.L. Yeatman

1820 Samuel Johnston, Fauquier County, to Virginia Assembly, 65 http://www.press.uillinois.edu/epub/books/schweninger/toc.html

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66         Johnson            Ransel                       .   .   .   3   1   1   .   .   .   .   1   . 

3   .   .   2   2   0   1   3   1   1   1   1    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jett               James                        3   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   .   1   1   .    2   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         James              George                       .   1   .   .   1   .   .   1   .   1   .   .    3   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jackson            Persyth                      1   .   .   .   1   .   2   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jefferies          William                      3   1   .   .   1   1   1   .   .   1   .   .    4   .   .   2   .   .   1   3   .   1   .   .    1    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jemkins            David                        1   .   .   .   1   .   4   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   2   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Johnson            Charles                      .   1   .   1   .   1   4   2   .   .   1   .    3   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jefferies          James                        2   5   .   .   .   1   1   .   1   1   .   .    1   .   2   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Johnson            Smith                        .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   1   1   .   .    0   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jenkins            David                        1   .   .   .   1   .   3   1   1   1   .   .    .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jefferies          Withe                        2   .   .   .   1   .   2   1   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jefferies          William                      2   2   1   .   1   .   .   1   .   1   .   .    6   .   .   2   .   .   1   3   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jefferies          Enoch                        3   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .    8   .   1   3   4   .   3   6   5   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jett               George                       1   .   .   .   .   .   1   2   .   1   .   .    6   .   .   3   .   1   .   .   2   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jett               Peter                        .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .    3   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jett               Francis                      .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   2   .   1   .    5   .   .   1   .   1   1   2   1   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jones              Jane                         1   1   .   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   1   .    3   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jackson            Thomas                       3   .   .   .   1   .   1   2   .   1   .   .    3   .   .   .   .   2   .   1   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Ingram             Thomas                       1   .   .   .   .   2   .   .   2   1   1   .    7   .   .   4   2   1   4   4   6   .   4   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jones              William                      3   .   .   .   1   .   2   .   .   1   1   .    5   .   .   1   1   1   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jones              Charles                      .   .   .   1   1   .   .   2   .   1   1   .    4   .   .   1   .   .   .   3   2   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         Jones              Anne                         .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .    3   .   .   1   2   1   .   1   1   1   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
66         John               Benjamin                     2   2   .   2   .   1   2   1   .   1   .   .    3   .   .   1   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .

 

CENSUS YEAR: 1820    STATE: VA    COUNTY: Fauquier    MICROFILM#: M33-136
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67         Jefferies          James                        4   1   .   .   1   .   2   1   .   1   .   .    2   .   .   2   .   .   .   2   .   2   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Johnson            Jerry                        1   .   .   .   1   .   5   .   .   1   .   .    6   .   .   3   2   1   .   1   1   1   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Daniel                       1   2   1   .   .   1   1   1   1   .   1   .    4   .   .   3   1   .   .   4   1   1   .   1    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              William E.                   .   .   .   .   1   .   2   .   .   1   .   .    2   .   .   2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Rodham                       1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    2   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Ely                          1   .   .   .   1   .   2   .   1   .   1   .    2   .   .   1   2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Henry                        1   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   2   .   .   .    4   .   .   1   .   .   .   3   1   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Charles                      .   .   .   1   1   .   .   2   .   1   1   .    1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Jesse                        2   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .    2   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jacob              Jacob                        3   .   .   .   3   .   .   .   1   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         James              Joseph                       .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   1    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         James              David                        1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    7   .   .   1   2   2   1   3   1   .   2   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         James              George                       1   .   .   .   1   .   .   1   1   .   .   .    1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         James              William                      1   .   .   .   .   1   2   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jennings           Mary                         .   .   .   .   1   .   3   .   2   .   1   .    10  .   .   3   5   1   .   2   1   .   2   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jonson             Thomas                       1   .   .   .   .   1   2   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jonson             Dennis                       .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   1   .    6   .   .   3   2   1   .   3   3   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jonson             Richard                      1   1   1   1   1   .   1   .   1   .   1   .    .   .   .   2   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   1    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jonson             Younger                      .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   2   3   2   1   1   .   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jonson             Mary                         .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jonson             Moses                        2   1   .   .   .   1   3   1   .   1   .   .    1   .   .   1   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Thomas                       .   1   .   .   .   1   2   .   .   1   .   .    3   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
67         Jones              Jessey                       .   2   .   .   .   1   2   2   .   .   1   .    2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .

CENSUS YEAR: 1820   
STATE: VA    COUNTY: Fauquier    MICROFILM#: M33-136
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/census/1820/pg0055.txt

 

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110        Jones              John                         .   2   .   .   .   1   2   3   .   .   1   .    3   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Jackson            William                      2   1   .   .   1   .   2   2   .   1   .   .    3   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Johnson            Welford                      .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .    2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Jett               William                      .   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   1   .   .   .    8   .   .   5   2   .   1   1   2   1   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Jonson             George                       .   1   1   .   .   1   .   .   1   .   1   .    8   .   .   3   3   2   .   2   2   1   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Jefferies          Agnes                        .   1   1   .   .   .   2   2   1   1   .   .    3   .   .   1   .   .   .   2   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Johnson            William                      .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Jones              George                       .   1   .   .   .   1   2   1   1   1   1   .    1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Jefferies          William                      2   1   .   .   .   1   .   1   2   1   .   .    4   .   .   2   .   .   1   2   1   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        Johson             Joseph                       1   .   .   1   .   .   2   3   .   .   1   .    3   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        James              William                      2   2   .   .   1   .   3   .   .   1   .   .    1   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
110        James              Francis                      .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   1   .    2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .

CENSUS YEAR: 1820    STATE: VA    COUNTY: Fauquier    MICROFILM#: M33-136

 

POPULATION OF WARRENTON
Warrenton 

Moore              Thomas L.                    1   2   .   1   1   .   2   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   1   .   .   1   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Cooks              John C.                      2   .   1   .   2   .   2   1   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   1   1   .   .   1   2   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Colston            Thomas                       .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   1   1   .   .   1   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Tongue             Thomas                       .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Lemmon             Rev. George                  3   .   .   1   2   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Tongue             Jonsey                       1   2   .   2   .   1   .   1   2   1   .   .    .   .   1   1   1   .   .   3   2   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Wallace            Robert                       .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   1   .   1   2   .   1   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Patty              William                      .   .   .   4   .   1   .   .   1   1   1   .    .   .   .   1   1   .   .   3   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    . Norris             Thaddeus                     4   1   .   3   1   1   .   .   1   1   1   .    .   3   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   2   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Lacan              Benjamin                     .   .   .   3   1   .   1   .   1   1   .   .    .   .   7   3   1   2   2   3   .   2   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Gover              Samuel                       1   .   .   2   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   3   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Baldwin            Allon                        .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    . Cornwell           Elijah                       3   2   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   2   2   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Craig              Alexander                    1   .   .   4   3   .   1   .   1   .   1   .    .   .   9   .   2   .   .   1   2   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Cordell            William D.                   1   .   .   2   1   .   1   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   1   .   1   .   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Sanders            James P.                     2   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   2   .   .    .   1   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    . Brent              Robert                       .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .   2   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Marr               John                         .   .   .   .   1   .   2   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Espy               Winifred                     .   .   .   1   .   .   1   1   1   .   1   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Thompson           William                      .   1   .   11  3   2   1   1   .   1   .   .    .   4   .   4   4   2   1   1   3   1   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Ashby              Thompson                     3   1   1   6   3   .   1   1   .   1   .   .    .   2   2   3   .   3   .   3   1   2   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Thompson           Richard                      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   6   6   1   .   .   2   2   2   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .                                                                    
Deggs              Robert F.                    3   .   .   1   1   .   1   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   .   .   .   2   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Minnix             John P.                      1   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   1   .   .   .    .   1   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Patty              James                        1   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Johnston           Gideon                       .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   1   1   .   1   .   2   .   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Pope               Henry L. V.                  2   .   .   3   .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .    .   2   .   1   1   1   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Masters            William                      .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   2   2   2   1   .   2   .   2   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Farrow             Susan                        .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Grant              Samuel                       .   .   .   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Horner             Inman                        .   .   .   .   1   .   1   .   1   1   1   .    .   .   .   2   1   1   .   1   4   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Tansel             Henry                        .   1   .   3   1   .   .   1   .   1   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
 Wallace            James                        1   1   .   2   .   1   .   .   2   .   1   .    .   .   .   3   3   1   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Ginings            Thomas O.                    1   2   .   .   1   .   1   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Smith              John A.                      2   1   .   3   1   .   1   2   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   3   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Laken              Mary A.                      2   1   .   .   .   .   1   2   .   2   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Bice               Aaron                        .   .   2   2   2   .   3   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   6   .   .   2   .   1   .   2   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Hughs              Ruth                         .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .    .    .    1    1    1    .    .    . Parker             Betsey                       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    2    .    .
Piles              Macs                         .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    1    .    .    .    .    .    .
Grayson            Sally                        .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    1    .    .    .
Patience           Judy                         .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    1    .    .
Tute               Molly                        .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    1    .    .
Robinson           Esther                       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    1    .    .
Levers             Fanny                        .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    1    2    1    .    .    .
White              Hennrietta                   2   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    . Caldwell           James                        1   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Horner             William                      1   3   .   3   1   1   .   .   1   .   1   .    .   3   .   3   1   .   .   .   1   .   1   .    .    .    .    1    .    .    .    .
More               .                            2   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   1   1   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Hollanger          Isaac & James                .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    1    1    .    .    .    .    .
Cottenger          .                            .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    1    .    .    .    .    .
Adams              Richard                      2   .   .   .   .   1   .   3   1   1   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Johnson            Samuel                       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   1    1    1    1    .    .    .    .    .
Milton             Abraham                      .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   1   .   .    .   .   2   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Mcneal             William W.                   .   .   .   2   1   .   .   .   2   .   .   .    1   2   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   1   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .
Hutchison          Nelson                       .   1   2   5   5   .   1   .   2   .   .   .    .   .   5   1   3   1   1   .   1   .   .   .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/census/1820/pg0105.txt

1820 Location: Fauquier County, VA PAR #: 11682004 Abstract: Free black Samuel Johnston owns his wife, Patty, daughter Lucy, and son Samuel. He would have freed them long ago if he had not been intimidated by the law requiring their "speedy departure from the Commonwealth." He now asks that they be freed, and permitted to remain in Virginia http://afrigeneas.com/forum-fpoc/index.cgi?noframes;read=1032

1820/12/14 Fauquier County Samuel Johnston, Former slave who acquired ownership of his wife & two children asks that they be permitted to remain in the Commonwealth once emancipated http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

1821-3 Fauquier Co. Va. Deed Bk. 26 p. 153 Wm. ROBINSON to Moses JOHNSON http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/deeds/deeds001.txt 
 
Wm. ROBINSON
 

1821 AUG.12TH THE FOLLOWING PERSONS WAS BAPTISED PATTY JOHNSTON "Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1822/12/17 Fauquier County Samuel Johnston, Asks for the emancipation of his daughter. Includes certificates of character. http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

1822-23: Fauquier Co: GIDEON JOHNSTON

FAUQUIER COUNTY

CAPTAIN

VIRGINIA LINE

$240.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE

$1,832.90 AMOUNT RECEIVED

APRIL 22, 1818 PENSION STARTED

AGE 85

DIED DECEMBER 6, 1825

 

Notes: Gideon Johnson is a repeating name in the Children off Benjamin Johnson married to ? Massie of 1720 Henrico Co. Va.: Their son Gideon Johnson is found on Sayors Creek in Amelia County then moves to lands that are in 1750 Granville Co. NC . His Son Gideon Johnson is found in Rockingham Co. NC records and in 1818 moved to Williamson Co. Tn. Per Research of Mary Holland

 

1823 Horrace Johnson born died 1895 buried Cedar Grove Cemetery Bealton Va: Fauquier Co.Va. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/a/y/Larry-Payne/COL15-0003.html

 

 

1823/12/04 Fauquier County Samuel Johnston, Former slave who became the owner of his wife Patty and daughter Lucy and asks for an act authorizing their emancipation & permanent residence in Fauquier County. http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

1824/12/04 Fauquier County Samuel Johnston, Former slave who became the owner of his wife Patty and daughter Lucy and asks for an act authorizing their emancipation & permanent residence in Fauquier County. Includes certificates of conduct. http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

1826 POLLY (PAGE 106) ANN N. JOHNSON WAS BAPTIZED AND RECVD. LAST SUMMER AND NOT SET DOWN AT THE TIME IN THE PROPER PLACE "Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1826/12/07 Fauquier County Samuel Johnston, Asks for a law emancipating his daughter Lucy. Includes certificate of conduct & notice. http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

1828 Aug 2: Posted Sam age 65 of Warrenton Fauquier Co. Owner Philip S. Johnson Ranaway July 27 with Tom Runaway Slave Advertisements from the Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, Virginia, 1817-1842 http://www.balchfriends.org/Slaves/IndexedList.htm

 

Philip S. Johnson

 

1828 Aug 2: Posted Tom age 30 of Warrenton Fauquier Co. owner Philip S. Johnson Ran away July 27 Runaway Slave Advertisements from the Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, Virginia, 1817-1842 http://www.balchfriends.org/Slaves/IndexedList.htm

 

 

 

 

1830 March 25: Duannah Johnsons will (WB #7, p. 182, dated 16 May 1839, proven 25 Mar 1830, mentions Marshall K. Newhouse, son of her daughter Mary (who married Zebulon Newhouse), and Mary Bray, "now wife of Timothy Bray," John Burgess witnesses this will. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

Marshall K. Newhouse, son of her daughter Mary Newhouse

Zebulon Newhouse

Mary Bray,

Timothy Bray

 

1830 Sept. 17 Born Thomas Johnson died 1902 June 17: married to Frances Walden: born 1839 Dec. 25 in Rappahannock Co, Va, died 1 June 1916 in Warrenton, Fauquier Co, VA, and her husband Thomas Johnson, born 17 Sept 1830 in Warrenton, Fauquier Co, VA, died 17 June 1902 in Warrenton, Fauquier Co, VA. He was the son of Thomas Yancey Johnson, the son of Yellis Johnson, the son of Tunis Johnson. http://www.jenforum.com/walden/messages/1373.html

1832 JANY.7TH MONTHLY MEETING BILLY A COLOURED MAN BELONGING TO PHILL JOHNSON WAS RECVD, FOR
BAPTISM
"Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

1832 JUNE 9TH MONTHLY MEETING BAPTIZED LINSEY JOHNSON (PAGE 112) SUSAN F. HAMPTON. "Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

LINSEY JOHNSON

1832 DECR.8TH MONTHLY MEETING DISMISSED BY LETTER OUR BROTHER LEWIS, B. KLIPSTINE: BAPTIZED
JOHNSON BELONGING TO JOHN GASKINS.
"Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

JOHN GASKINS

1833: Revolutionary War Pension application #W7108: James Emmons was born 2 October 1761 in Fauquier County and enlisted in Faquier County 1 October 1780. His wife's name was Sarah. About 1800 they moved to Stokes County, North Carolina, for 6 years, and moved then to Giles County and on to Cass County, Michigan by 1835. In an 1833 statement of Landon Duncan, David French and David Johnston in Giles: "John Kirk personally appeared in open court and made oath that he was present when James Emmons was drafted and afterward knew of his own knowledge that he had gone into the service of the United States."

James Emmons

Sarah Emmons

Landon Duncan in Giles

David French in Giles

David Johnston in Giles

John Kirk

1835/01/19 Fauquier County Samuel Johnson, Asks that his daughter Lucy Malvin may be allowed to remain in the Commonwealth. Includes letter & certificates. http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

Lucy Malvin

 

1836 MAR.13 MONTHLY MEETING Dis MISSED BY LETTER BRO. RICHARD H. JOHNSTON AND WIFE SISTER LUISA
JOHNSTON.: ALSO HARRY WHO FORMERLY BELONGED: TO KENARDS ESTATE ALL GOING TO THE WEST.
"Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1837/01/25 Fauquier County Samuel Johnson, Asks for permission of his three grandchildren, Sam, Rebecca, & Thornton, from his daughter Lucy Malvin, to remain in the Commonwealth. http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gov/petitions/subjectresults.asp?NAV=7&TXTNAME=Slaves/Slavery

 

1837 MAY 14TH EDMOND DECD.WHO FORMERLY BELONGED TO BRO. OWEN THOMAS: BILLY WHO BELONGED TO PHILL JOHNSTON (PAGE 133)DISMISSED BY LETTER. "Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1837 JUNE 1OTH MONTHLY MEETING CERTAIN MEMBERS OF THIS CHURCH HAVING BECOME DISSATISFIED BROUGHT
FORWARD RESOLUTIONS AT OUR MEETING BEFORE THE LAST WHICH: WERE LOST BY A LARGE MAJORITY AS THE RECORDS SHOW AND DID ON SAID ACCT. AT OUR LAST MEETING ABRUPTLY WITHDRAW, MAKING A FORMAL DECLARATION TO THAT EFFECT, AND ON BEING ASKED IF THEY DESIRED LETTERS OF DISMISSION REPLIED THEY DID NOT. WE ARE THEREFORE CONSTRAINED ALTHOUGH UNPLEASANT AND DISAGREEABLE TO PART WITH OUR BRETHREN TO COME: TO THE FOLLOWING CONCLUSION. RESOLVED THAT IN THE OPINION OF THIS CHURCH, THE CONDUCT OF SAID -MEMBERS IS IN VIOLATION OF THE DISCIPLINE OF REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCHES, AND THAT THEY ARE NOT CONSIDERED AS HAVING ANY CONNECTION WITH THIS CHURCH -- -- -- -- -- - :

JAMES B. SHACKLEFORD,

ELIJAH KERCHEVAL,

PHILIP A. KLIPSTINE,

RICHARD RIXEY,

JOHN C. BRAWNER,

WALTER SMITH,

MATILDA BROWN,

NANCY BRIDWELL,

SARAH P. KERCLAND (OR KERCHEVAL -- ED.)

MARIA S.KERCHEVAL,

CATHARINE W. SHACKLEFORD,

FRANCES A. LEWIS,

SARAH W. JOHNSON,

PENELOPE RIXEY, (PAGE 134)

ELIZABETH HALL. "Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1838 Sept. 7 Friday, Died in Warrenton Faquier County Major James Johnson of King William Co. in his 31st year. A Justice of the Peace he leaves a wife and 3 children. Richmond Whig & public advertiser (Richmond, Va. : 1833 : Semiweekly)

 

1839 May 16: Duannah Johnsons will (WB #7, p. 182, dated 16 May 1839, proven 25 Mar 1830, mentions Marshall K. Newhouse, son of her daughter Mary Newhouse (who married Zebulon Newhouse), and Mary Bray, "now wife of Timothy Bray," John Burgess witnesses this will. http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001191.htm

 

1839 NOV. 12TH. NO BUSINESS.LIST OF CHURCH MEMBERS WHITE MEMBERS:

BARBARA STEALE DECEASED:

FRANCES KESTEN, DECEASED:

HARRIET WHITE:

AUSTIN B. WEEDEN:

WILLIAM WELCH DISMISSED.:

MATILDA A. UTTERBACK, DISMD. (PAGE 138)

JESSE MCINTOSH:

MARY ISABELL DISMISSED:

NANCY CHILDS:

ANN JOHNSON, REMOVED:

JNO WHITE, DECEASED: A

NN RIXEY, DISMISSED:

LUCY TURNER:

MALINDA MEEKS

HITTY MORE:

LUCY D. BRENT, EXCLUDED:

ANN DIGGES, DISMISSED:

SARAH MCCLANAHAN:

FANNY BRADLY:

the following name is marked through] ALEX D. BAILEY, EXCLUDED (MARKED THROUGH, ED.):

PRESLEY RIXEY, DISMISSED.:
JULIET NORRIS,

NOW ROBINSON DISMISSED /

MAHALA STEWART DISMISSED DISMISSED [sic]/

ELIZABETH A. OGILVIE:

ANDREW TURNER DEAD:

JOHN SMITH DISMISSED:

LYDIA WELCH, DISMISSED:

ELIZABETH WELCH, DISMISSED. "Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1848 NOVR.11TH: BRO. JNO SHIPP A MEMBER OF THIS CHURCH DIED ON THE 10TH: INSTANT:(PAGE 162) 1849 -- APL. 9TH RECD. PHIL JOHNSON'S MARY FOR BAPTISM. /"Minutes of Broad Run Baptist Church, Faquier Co., Va., 1762-1872." "60 pp., photocopy of "Genealogical Record" Vol 7, No. 3, Sept. 1965 through Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec.1967." http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HANKS/2003-04/1050042482

 

1859 January 24, page 2, column 3: Thomas Y. Johnson died Fauquier Co.: Library of Virginia

 

1859 Aug 22 The Will of ALEXANDER S. CRAIG, Fauquier Co., VA, Will Book 28, p. 197-8.

I, Alexander S. Craig of the County to
Fauquier and State of Virginia do
make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form as
follows.

 

It is my will and desire that all the Estate of which I may die Seized and possessed or to which I may have any right, whether such Estate be real, personal or mixed-land, Slaves, or personal property of any kind, and every kind whatsoever-shall be divided into three equal parts: One equal third part,

 

I give and bequeath to my daughter Ann Sayres, wife of Campbell Sayres, and to her heirs forever.

 

One other equal third part, I give and bequeath to my daughter Jane Spilman wife of John Spilman, and to her heirs forever.

 

And the remaining third part I give and bequeath to my friends John A. Spilman and William A Harris in trust for my Son John A. Craig, and for the following uses and purposes, namely

 

first my Executors here in after named, shall out of the equal third part of my estate devised in trust for my Son John, pay to William H. Harris, or his assigns, a certain sum of money, with legal interest, which he the Said John A. Craig collected in the State of Louisiana for my deceased Sister Elizabeth Johnson being a part of the distributive share of her the said Elizabeth Johnson in the Estate of our deceased brother John Craig, and which he my Said Son John A. Craig failed to pay over to my Said Sister Elizabeth Johnson in her life time, or to her only heir and distributee, the said William H. Harris since her death.

 

The remainder of the one equal third part of my estate after paying the aforesaid debt of my Son John to the said William A. Harris, shall be held in trust by the said John A. Spilman and William A. Harris for the use and benefit of my Said Son John
and his heirs as aforesaid.

 

The precise Sum so collected by my Son John A. Craig, and which he failed to pay over to my Sister Elizabeth Johnson deceased is to be ascertained to the Satisfaction of my Executors herein after named.

I do hereby nominate and appoint my friends John A. Spilman and William A.
Harris, the Executors of this my last will and testament, and revoking and
annulling all other wills, testaments, and codicils by me heretofore made.
I hereby make and publish this as my only true last will and testament.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto Subscribed my name and affixed my Seal,
this 9th day of February A.D. 1856. Signed, Sealed, published and declared
by the Testator, Alexander S. Craig in our presence and In the presence of
each other as and for the true A.S. Craig (Seal) Last will and testament
who desired us to Subscribe our Names as witnesses thereto

John Q Marr

Wm H. Jennings

Proved in
Fauquier County Court, August 22, 1859
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/wills/c6200000.txt

 

ALEXANDER S. CRAIG,

daughter Ann Sayres, wife of Campbell Sayres

daughter Jane Spilman wife of John Spilman

Son John A. Craig

John A. Spilman

William A Harris

deceased Sister Elizabeth Johnson

deceased brother John Craig

John Q Marr

Wm H. Jennings

 

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

 

LANDS OF JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

 

NC Little Lower River (Burke Co NC)

 

NC Fishing Creek

NC Warrior Creek (Wilkes Co NC)

 

ROARING River

Buckhannan River

 

Arbour Baptist Church JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Birch Creek JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES (Halifax Co Va)

Black Bottom Branch JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Branch Run JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Broad Run JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Brunswick Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Cameron Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Carters Run JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Cascade Creek JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES (Halifax Co Va)

Chimney Stone JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Elk Creek JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Frederick Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Hamilton Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES, King George Co & Prince William

Hanover Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES - King George Co.

Jefferys Marsh JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Leeds Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Licking Run JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Marsh Run or Marrs Run Lands of Johnson and Allied Families

Millston Baptist Church JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

North Farnham Parish JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

North Little Marsh JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Pignut Ridge JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Pigmit Bridge JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Piney Ranch JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Poplar Spring Branch JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Thumb Run or Manor Church JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

Stone Coal JOHNSON AND ALLIED FAMILIES

 

 

 

REPORTS

1830 Census McMinn County, Tennessee

P. 179
L12 Claiborn KINMAN
L13 Elizabeth
COMBS 1011-00110011 [eldest female 50-60 years old]
L14 George COLVILLE 000001001-00012001

P. 180
L28 STANPHILL [STANFIELD], James 0000000001-0001000001

P. 198
L28 George
REYNOLDS 1100001-122001

P. 200
L27 Saml. SMITH 01111001-0111001
L28 David BYLER 000000100001-00000001

P. 201
L07 Jesse ANDERSON 002111-121001
L15 John MACKEY 00000001-00000001
L16 William
COMBS 1120101-0102001 [eldest male 40-50 years old]
L17 Absalom HAYS 00001-10001
L18 James HAYS 000001-10001
L19 Nancy DAVIS 0002-00100001
L20 Hezekiah ANGEL 111001-110001
L21 John THOMPSON 000000001-000000001

P. 203
L19 Elisha
DOTSON 02000001-3110001
L22 William THOMPSON 00010011-0010001
L23
Hutson JOHNSON 100001-30001
L24 Matthew R. GIBSON 11001-11001
L25 Asa SMITH 00001-1001
L26 Catr. WILSON 0-0
L27 Jesse
DOTSON 00000000001-0001
L28 William
DOTSON 110001-1111001

(1830 Census, East TN, Transcribed & Indexed by Byron Sistler, Evanston, IL, 1969, Reprint 1995, Byron Sistler & Assoc., Nashville TN 37212)

Notes: Neither Elizabeth COMBS, b 1770-1780, nor William COMBS, b 1780-1790, have been identified as yet. Could Elizabeth have been widow of Jonathan?

Hutson JOHNSON may have been kin to an elder Hudson JOHNSON, a Baptist associate of Rev. Thomas MURRELL of Hawkins Co, Tennessee - both earlier from Henry Co, VA and to Hawkins Co, Tennessee by the early 1780s.

Martin JOHNSON, step-son of Rev. Thomas MURRELL (no known relationship to Hudson JOHNSON, but certainly possible), m ca1797, probably in Hawkins Co, Tennessee, to Sarah COMBS, b 1779, NC, and witnessed a land trust for Mason Combs of Hawkins TN in 1801. A David HILER (or BILER?) witnessed the 1797 Hawkins Co, Tennessee deed of RW Robert BROWN to Martin JOHNSON for land on Dodson's Creek (Raleigh DODSON, Sr. had deeded sd. land to RW Robert BROWN in 1794).

Notes Hudson Johnson lived in 1776-1780 with James Johnson, the father of Martin Johnson, and in another Tithable year with William Johnson who lived by Rowland Chiles whose lands were on Buffalo Creek.

According to Dodson's of Northfarnum Parish (Lucas, Williams, Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, p. 23 & p. 43, hereinafter DNFP ), the above Jesse DODSON, was b 22 Nov 1752, in now-Fauquier Co, Virginia, s/o Thomas DODSON, Sr., d 1739-1740 [sic], Richmond Co, VA; and h/o Ruth DODSON, d/o Abraham & Barbara DODSON of Richmond & Fauquier Cos VA (& Pittsylvania Co VA property owner); Jesse & Ruth DODSON are thought to have been later in White and Warren Cos, TN (DNFP, but it is possible that this Jesse DODSON was confused with the Jesse DODSON (s/o Thomas "2nd Fork" DODSON of Hawkins Co, Tennessee) who m in 1793, Halifax Co, Virginia, Judah COMBS (d/o George & Phebe COMBS of Amelia & Halifax) who were later in Hawkins, Grainger & White Cos TN. See Also adjacent COMBS, HAYES and DAVIDSONS in Jefferson Co, Tennessee

The above George REYNOLDS m Hannah ROARK, d/o RW Michael and Leticia GRIGSBY Roark of Shenandoah Co VA and Hawkins County, Tennessee. Another daughter of Michael and Leticia GRIGSBY Roark, Sarah "Sallie," m Elijah COMBS, b 1770, VA, d 1855, Perry Co KY. 

 Interesting who does George Reynolds Connect back To (Ceciley Reynolds most likely LOL or her Reynolds family)  From: Janet Geranmayeh 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow up on this

... 7 Sep 1791 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. He married Mary JOHNSON about 1763 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. [Notes] Mary JOHNSON [ ... Co, Virginia. He died on 15 Feb 1853 in Fauquier Co, Virginia. He married Sally PURKINS on 18 Dec 1800 in Fauquier Co, ... www.waynekuntze.com/pafg341.htm

 

Mary JOHNSON ( ABOUT 1740 - ) ... ABOUT 1740 - BIRTH : ABOUT 1740, Prince William Co., VA; DEATH : Fauquier Co., VA

 

cotati.sjsu.edu/cockrill/d0005/I6.html

 

Co., VA. Gender: Male. Parents: Father: John Payne, Family:. Marriage: 4 JAN 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA Spouse:. Johnson ... Family: Marriage: 13 APR 1807 in Fauquier Co., VA Spouse, Charles Rixey Birth : 24 NOV 1782 Fauquier Co., VA. Gender ...

www.jgtyler.com/gedcom/tyler/dat255.html

 

REPORTS

 

Kit number: 42296

 Kit number: 43517

 

           Isham Johnson, lived in Halifax Co., VA, may have died 1797/98

   +Elizabeth Barnes, remarried in 1799

     John Barnes Johnson, b. 1786 in Halifax Co.,VA, d. April 17 1876 VA

      +Lucretia Davis, m. Nov 25 1811 in Halifax Co., VA

     Silas Samuel Johnson, b. 1824, d. Dec 25 1891 in Pittsylvania Co., VA

         +Frances R. Montgomery

        James Powhatan Johnson, b. Aug 22 1846 in Pittsylvania Co., VA

            +Fidelia Emily Doss

           George Washington Johnson, b. Aug 16 1874 in Pitsylvania Co., VA

               +Mollie White6 Rowles

            Julian Bentley Johnson (Kit # 43517)

 

 

Kit number: 73176

 

Benjamin Johnson, b. 1760, d. 28 Jun 1821 in Overton Co., TN

+Charity Bobbitt, m. 29 Jan 1781 in Granville Co., NC

James Johnson, b. 8 Nov 1781

+Nancy Howard, m. 3 Dec 1800 in Granville Co., NC

Benjamin James Johnson, b. 3 Sep 1801 in VA or NC, d. 31 May 1876 in Webster Co., MO

+Mahala Denton, m. 21 Feb 1821

Francis Marion Johnson, b. 19 Aug 1833 in Jackson Co., TN, d. 14 Jun 1908 in MO

+Delaney Medley, m. 4 Apr 1852 in Green Co, MO

William Jefferson Johnson, b. 17 Jan 1860 in Jackson Co., MO

+Stella Ann Cassidy, m. 17 Jan 1884 in Webser Co, MO

Enoch Oren Johnson, b. 20 Oct 1893 in Webser Co, MO

+Ruth Edna Richter

 

 

Kit #: 82017

John Johnson, b. between 1780 and 1790  probably in NC/TN, d. 1854 in Phelps Co., MO

+Loveth Louisa (Lovie) Pullen, m. circa 1820 in TN?

Thomas Marion Johnson, b. 8 Jan 1834 in Jackson Co., AL

    +Julia Ann (Clark) Trusty, m. 15 Mar 1868 in Texas Co., MO

  Aaron Frank Johnson, b. 27 Jun 1874 in Douglas Co.

        +Sarah Ella McConnell, m. 18 Apr 1904 in Jefferson Co (Indian Terr.), OK

       Carl Otha Johnson

            +Willia Jennings Bryan Campbell

           (Kit # 82017) William Thomas Johnson