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1764 circa probably, Pittsylvania Co VA NAME: Susannah FitzGerald F | BORN:
 | MARR:
| DIED: before 1826 Sullivan Co TN
| HUSB: Dr. Walter JOHNSON
| BORN: circa 1762 DIED: before 1826
| SRCE: BPl..data supplied by source note 1, 9 Sep 1999
| DPl..data supplied by source note 1, 9 Sep 1999
| Oth..data supplied by source note 1, 4 Mar 1999
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Camden Parish in Pittsylvania County available records 1767-1852 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/misc/parish1.txt

Cornelius Cargill Franklin, Patrick, Henry, Pittsylvania, western Halifax

For 1748

List Taken by Cornelius Cargill

Tithes
Bazil Brashear ............................................ 1
Edward Powel ............................................... 1

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Tithes
Luke Smith, Senior ........................................ 7
Luke Smith, Junr. .......................................... 3
Aaron Pinson, Senior ....................................... 1
Aaron Pinson, Junr. ........................................ 1
Edward Owen ................................................ 1
Richard Palmer ............................................. 5
William Tober .............................................. 1
James Stephens ............................................. 6
William McGeness ........................................... 2
John Arshworth [Ashworth]
Francis Linsey .......................................... 3
Widow Cook, Benja. ........................................ 3
Francies Bracey ........................................... 4
John Edward Homes [?] ..................................... 2
David Colwell Hever [?] ................................... 2
William Griffin ........................................... 1
Charles Stephens .......................................... 1
Abell Lee ................................................. 1
David Lee ................................................. 1
Robt. Walters ............................................. 1
Thos. Walters ............................................. 1
Gedian Smith .............................................. 1
Jeremiah Holden ........................................... 1
Thomas Rowel .............................................. 1
John Madden ............................................... 1
William Broox ............................................. 1
Daniel Mitchell ........................................... 1
Chas. Allen [?] ........................................... 4
Edmond Floyd .............................................. 1
Jas. Wood (John Hill) ..................................... 2
Ephraim Hill .............................................. 1
Thos. Helton .............................................. 1
William Joynor ............................................ 1
Thomas Finney ............................................. 1
James Boyce ............................................... 1
Jabez Evans ............................................... 1
John Evens ................................................ 1
David Evens ............................................... 1

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Tithes
William Laderdale ......................................... 1
John Cox ................................................... 1
William Harris ............................................. 2
Saml. Harris
Lenord Arshworth ........................................ 4
Cornelius Cargill ......................................... 3
Wm. Irby .................................................. 5
Wm. Good
Wm. Bays ................................................ 2
Saml. Good ................................................. 2
Macknes Good
Phillup Good, John Good ................................. 6
John Burk ................................................. 1
Thos. Blanks .............................................. 1
Thos. Nuby ................................................ 1
Peter Hudson
James Hudson
Daniel Hudson, overseer
Alexander Mitchell ...................................... 5
Jonathan Arshworth ........................................ 1
Socrios Arshworth ......................................... 1
Isaac Arshworth ........................................... 1
John Wilborn .............................................. 1
Luke Wilds ................................................ 1
Andrew Wade
John Wade
Benjamin Wade
Henry Wade .............................................. 6
Richard Brown ............................................. 1
William Sizemore .......................................... 1
Thos. Franklin ............................................ 1
Ephraim Sizemore .......................................... 1
Henry Sizemore ............................................ 1
James Sizemore ............................................ 1
Edward Sizemore ........................................... 1
Reps Orzbond .............................................. 1
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1756/4/4, Watkins, Benjamin, Paul Chiles, Joel Watkins, James Johnson & Henry Chiles, 5470 A, Old Survey Book 1, 1746-1782, Pittsylvania Co VA, pg 66

1766 Died Halifax Co. JOHN4 JUSTICE (JOHN3, MARY2 FREAME, CAPT. JOHN1) was born 1695 in Charles City Co., VA., and died 1766 in

Halifax Co., VA.. He married MARY HOGUE. Children : WILLIAM  JUSTICE, b. Pittsylvania Co., VA , JOHN JUSTICE., ELSE JUSTICE

Notes: WILLIAM JUSTICE (5)  (JOHN4, JOHN3, MARY2 FREAME, CAPT. JOHN1) was born in Pittsylvania Co., VA. He married MARGARET "PEGGY" JOHNSON in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

1767 Sept 27 Pittsylvania Court. Ordered that John Donelson, John Dix, John Wimbish and Theophilus make repairs to Sandy Creek Bridge and that this undertaking bring in his charge at laying, the next County Levy.

Notes: Hudson Johnston buys land in 1783 from John Donelson’s son Stockley Donelson, and John Donelson is 2nd in Command under General James Randolph Robertson who lived on Bartons Creek in Dickson Co. Tn. Sandy Creek is where we also find John Johnson and Anne in later deeds 1793:

1770-1 Aug. 29 Deed Bk 2 Pg 74,75,76 Pittsylvania Co Va Wm. McDaniel Parrish of Amtrin Co of Halifax Tho. Owens Co of Pitts. Tri or land Parrish of  Cambden Co of Pittsylvanis 240 acres witness John Wimbish, John White, Tho Baldwin,Johnson McDaniel http://genforum.genealogy.com/owen/messages/4362.html

1771- 22 Aug. Deed Bk. 2 pg. 74
29 Aug 1771- William McDaniel of parish of Anbrim in the county of Halifax to Thomas Owen of the county of Pittsylvania for sum of 160 pounds current money of Va. tract or parcel of land lying in Parish of Cambden and County of Pittsylvania containing 240 acres being land said McDaniel purchased by Robert Wade Jun and was by said Robert Wade by indenture bearing date 22 Feb 1760 which said land was purchased by Robert Wade of Joseph Parrish and said Joseph Parrish by indenture bearing date 18 Jan. 1760 Indenture of Record in the Court of county of Halifax- All houses, out houses, Edifices, buildings, yards, Gardens, Orchards, Trees, woods and Underwoods, ways, water, water courses—unto said Thomas Owen his heirs-- William McDaniel S. L.
in presence of
John Wimbish
John White
Thomas Baldwin 240 acres in Aug. 29 1771
Johnson McDaniel

1771 Aug: Hugh Innes on the waters of Stinking Creek crossing the Creek thence up the stream adj. Rainey, Mustain the sd lines of Chandler and Johnson:: Cpv7:: Early Johnson time line::

Research Note:: Chandler, Thomas is married to the Sister of Joel Shropshire who is married to Mary Polly Johnson daughter of Hudson Johnson.

1772 June 20: Pittsylvania County: John Taliaferro and Jonas Lawson grantees 175 acres on the north fork of White Oak Creek adjoining Green Street's land: Land Office Patents # 40 1771-1772 pg 707 reel 39: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1772 June 20 Location: Pittsylvania County. Description: 233 acres on both sides Snake Run of Blackwater River adjoining James Rentfro. Source: Land Office Patents No. 40, 1771-1772, p. 649 (Reel 39).

1773 Jeffery Johnson of Fauquier County witnessing Pitsylvania Co. Deed, he moved on to Rowan County Lands

Notes: 1780 Rev. William Dodson who was married to Winnifred Johnston daughter of Jeffery Johnson is in Halifax Co. Va. forming Churches. William has know brother in Laws, William Johnson and Samuel Johnson who are born in Fauquiier Co. Va and both died in Wilkes Co. NC. Jeffery Johnson his father in law was in the Area in 1773 of the COunty lines of Halifax and Pittsylvania CO. for a short time. Jeffery Johnson moved with his family to Rowan Co. NC and the lands he owned changed to Wilkes Co. NC.

1738 abt William Dodson son of Thomas Dodsons 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, Fauquier 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.

Winifred 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 Halifax 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)
William 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 Iredell 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. These 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.

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Notes: William Dodson’s 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 Dodson’s 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 Murrell’s church. In 1793 Rev. Jesse Dodson the brother of William Dodson and of Thomas Dodson is the minister of this Church.

In Rev. Thomas Murrell’s church is Agness Johnson the wife of Hudson Johnson

1773 June 15: John Simmons: Pittsylvania County: 177 acres on the drafts of Beaver Creek: Land Office Patents # 42: 1773-1774 pg 466 on reel 41: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1774 Jan 27 Deed Book 3 page 498: Indenture between William King of Pittsylvania Co. and Ayres Hodnett of Buckingham Co. in which King deeds to Ayres Hodnett for and in consideration of 150 pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid for all that tract or parcel of land situated, lying and being on both sides of Sandy Creek containing 272 acres. It being the whole tract of Land that the said William King and his father purchased of Joseph Echols.

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1774-1778 http://www.rootsweb.com~vapittsy/Waltersdeeds.htm numerous names which Follow

Richard Griffin Halifax Co. 1774

Thomas Walters 1774 Pittsylvania Co.:: Note is married to Lucy Clements owned 4,440 acres of land in Pittsylvania Co. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/gb17.htm

William Weatherford 1774 Pittsylvania Co.

Thomas Walters 1774 Pittsylvania CO,

? Talley; 1774 Pittsylvania CO.

NOTE OF INTEREST: John Walters, Robt. Walters on 1750 Lunenburg Tithables next to Saml Johnston pd by martin Hayman on the list of William Caldwell:: A William Caldwell signed the will of James Johnston who had three known Sons see below in Lunenburg Co.. Also the Weatherford Line is referred to in several Deeds.

John Madding 1777 Feb 18 of Pittsylvania CO

William Chandler of Halifax Co. 1777 Note a Thomas Chandler is Married to Joel Shropshires sister:: Joel is married to Mary "Polly" Johnson b. 1765

Buckner Russell of Halifax Co.

George Carter line

John Walters line :::Note a Robt and John Walters live by 1750 Saml Johnston in Lunenburg Tithes.

THos. Walkers Line

said Manning's line on Spring Branch

? Madding old line ::Note is Madding and Manning the same names just spelled different by the recorders??

William Betty, Nathaniel Hugh's, Thos Hill, Geo. Carter all connected to draught of the lower Double Creek on Dan River

RESEARCH NOTE George Carter born Sept 24 1744 Lancaster Co. Va died Halifax CO. he married Frances Neal b. abt 1750 his son Presley Carter born 1765 in Caroline Co. died aft 1805 in Halifax Co. Va.SOn married Anne Waddell Jan 29 1784 in Halifax CO.Va. per JEss Headley jess@ujointsinc.com

1777 Pittsylvania Oaths of Allegiance: Capt Hankins List which included William Johnson and Samuel Johnson John Ball: 1780 Sept 1 284 acres on N Branches of Tomahawk Crk in Pittsylvania Co.:: 1781 Apr. 10 land on Pye Creek Pittsylvania Co. John Cook(e) 1782 June:: 444 acres on Grassy Fork of Snow Creek by Randolph , and Richardson

James Gravely Jr:: Aug 27 1770: owned 172 acres on Sandy River by Moreton and Hankings

Jesse Hodges: 1790 Oct 3 owned 350 acres on Branches of Bearskin by Hodges, Adkins and Hubbard Research NOte Sow Creek in 1767 is Camden Parish

1776-1783 ERA Isham Farmer served in the Revolution from Virginia. He was born about 1751, the son of Benjamin Farmer of Lunenburg County. After service in various Virginia units during the War, he became a resident of Pittsylvania County. He was married to Elizabeth Johnson, and they were parents of a large family. His wife died in Virginia in 1841, and Isham Farmer and an unmarried daughter then came Noxubee County, Miss. to join his son Absolom Farmer who had settled in Noxubee about 1833. He deeded what personal property he had to son Absolom, with the provision that Absolom was to give him and his daughter maintenance the remainder of their lives  http://kyusa.addr.com/Farmer/

1776-1783 Era Thomas JOHNSTON or JOHNSTON lived in Pittsylvania County, Virginia at the time of his enlistment, applied 20 Sep 1832 in St. Clair County, Alabama, aged 73, where he died on 29 Dec 1832. He had married Rachel MULLEN in Apr 1785 in Washington County, Virginia, and she applied 2 Jun 1845, McMinn County, TN, aged 75, and still resided there in 1849. In 1846, a Thomas JOHNSTON of St Clair County, AL was aged 48, but his relationship to the family was not stated. Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

 1.  Thomas1 Johnson[i][1] was born circa 1758.[ii][2]  He married Rachel Mullen in Apr 1785 at by John Frost, Washington County, Virginia.[iii][3],[iv][4] 

He married Rachel Mullen on 17 May 1785 at by Simon Cockrell, Washington County, Virginia.[v][5] 

He died on 29 Dec 1832 at St. Clair County, Alabama.[vi][6]

     He was listed in the 1800 census taken from the 1799 Cumberland County, Kentucky tax list.  Wayne County was formed from Cumberland and Pulaski Counties in 1800 in 1799.  He Thomas Johnson, listed in Wayne County, Kentucky with 200 acres.  Register of Kentucky State Historical Society, Volume 27, 1929 in 1801.  He was listed with 200 acres, 200 acres and 25 acres on Otter Creek in 1803 in 1803.  He was listed with 200 acres, 200 acres and 25 acres on Otter Creek in 1804 in 1804.  He Thomas Johnston, 400 acres, Book 13, Pagr 452, Surveyed February 26, 1804 on Otter Creek.  Listing from Kentucky Land Grants by Willard Rouse Jillson, Part 1 on 26 Feb 1804.  He was listed with 125 acres, 150 acres and 100 acres on Otter Creek, Wayne County, Kentucky on the tax lists in 1806.  As of 1810, he was also known as Thomas Johnston.[vii][7]  He appeared on the census of 1810 (was listed in Wayne County, Kentucky with 4 males under ten, 1 male ten to fifteen, 2 males sixteen to twenty five and 1 male, forty five and up, this being Thomas.  Listed with 2 females under ten, 1 female ten to fifteen, and one female, twenty six to forty five, this being Rachel).[viii][8]  He Listed on the 1812 list of Delinquents as returned by James Stone for the year of 1812 in 1812.[ix][9]  He resigned as J.P., Wayne County, Kentucky in Aug 1812.  He Thomas Johnson and Rachel Johnson his wife, deed to John Turner, 200 acres on the south side of Cumberland River on the waters of Otter Creek on the S.W. of said creek.  They reserve 4 acres on 2 Dec 1813.  He Thomas Johnson of Madison County, Mississippi, Johnson on December 17, 1808.  This being part of a 400 acre tract on Otter Creek.  Wayne County Deed Book B, Page 462 on 24 May 1817.  He Thomas Johnson of Madison County, Mississippi, deeds 33 acres on Otter Creek in Wayne County, Kentucky to James Duffey.  Wayne County Deed Book B, Page 461 on 27 May 1817.  He Thomas Johnson of Madison County, Mississippi, deeds 100 acres on Otter Creek in Wayne County, Kentucky to John Duffey.  This being part of a 400 acre tract on Otter Creek.  Wayne County Deed Book B, Page 462 on 27 May 1817. 

 He may have been living in Monroe County, Tennessee as John Duffey, of Lawrence County, Alabama, attorney for Thomas Jackson Johnson of Monroe County, Tennessee, by power of attorney, sold to Gabriel Short of Wayne County, Kentucky, about 40 acres in Wayne County, Kentucky, being all the rest of 400 acres left on Otter Creek.

 

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 405 on 1 Nov 1827.  As of 1 Nov 1827, he was also known as Thomas Jackson Johnson.[x][11]  He Wayne County Kentucky Court, July term 1830, page 202.  Reuben Owens against Thomas Johnson, defendant.

     Owens files bill against defendant who is not a resident of Kentucky.  Ordered Thomas Johnson to appear too answer charges before 1st day of October court to answer the complaint.

 

Wayne County Kentucky Court, April term 1831.  Reuben Owens against Thomas Johnson and Benjamin Hancock, defandants.

     Owens appeared with certificate of J. J. Polk, Editor and printer of the Olive Branch & Danville Advertiser, a weekly authorized newspaper, publised for 2 calender months from 7 August 1830 to 9th of October 1830.  Defendants failed to appear.  Therefore, 200 acres of Johnson land conveyed to Owens.

     Final Order issued July term of Court 1831 in Jul 1831. 

He Pension #W254:  Applied for pension in St. Clair County, Alabama.  He lived in Pittsylvania County, Virginia at enlistment, applied September 20, 1832 in St. Clair County, Alabama, aged 73 and he died there 29 December 1832.  He married Rachael Mullen in April 1785 in Washington County, Virginia and his widow applied 2 June 1845 in McMinn County, Tennessee, aged 75 and she was still there in 1849. in 1846 a Thomas Johnson of St Clair, Alabama was aged 48 but his relationship to soldier wasn't stated on 20 Sep 1832.[xi][12]

     Children of Thomas1 Johnson and Rachel Mullen were as follows:

                     2        i.    Elizabeth2 Johnson[xii][13],[xiii][14],[xiv][15] was born between 1785 and 1794.[xv][16]  She married William Adams on 23 Apr 1802 at by Elliott Jones, Wayne County, Kentucky.[xvi][17]  She died after 22 Jun 1850 at probably in, Bradley County, Tennessee (St. Clair County, Alabama will in deed book C, page 204:  Rachael Johnson to son Thomas for the trouble and expense of bringing her from Tennessee and taking care of her - all that I received from as heir of Elizabeth Adams in Tennessee, Bradley County.  He (Thomas) to receive money and negroes.  Written June 22, 1850, recorded September 10, 1850).[xvii][18]

     As of 23 Apr 1802, she was also known as Betsy Johnson.[xviii][19]  She appeared on the census of 1810 (was living in Wayne County, Kentucky when the census was taken.  Listed were 2 males under ten along with William, twenty six to forty four.  Listed also was 1 female ten to fifteen and 1 female sixteen to twenty five, likely Elizbeth).[xix][20]  She William Adams of Wayne County, sold 45 acres bounded by Scotts Hollow to John Edwards for $150 land in Wayne County, Kentucky.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 39 on 15 Mar 1819.  She William Adams of Wayne County, sold to Harman Wynne, 103 acres on dry branch for $600 land in Wayne County, Kentucky.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 38 on 15 Mar 1819.  She appeared on the census of 1820 (was living in Wayne County, Kentucky when the census was taken.  Listed were 2 males under ten, 1 male ten to fifteen, 1 male sixteen to eighteen, 1 male sixteen to twenty five and 1 male of forty five and up.  Females listed were, 2 under ten, 1 ten to fifteen and 1 twenty six to forty four).[xx][21]  She 1840 may have lived in Robertson County, Tennessee in 1840.  She appeared on the census of 1840 (was probably living in Monroe County, Tennessee when the 1840 census was taken.  A William Adams is listed pn Page 154.  A "E" Adams is listed on page 204).

                     3       ii.    Margaret Johnson[xxi][22],[xxii][23],[xxiii][24] was born between 1785 and 1794.[xxiv][25]  She married John Duffey on 11 Jul 1809 at by Elliott Jones, Wayne County, Kentucky.[xxv][26]

     She appeared on the census of 1810 (was living in Wayne County, Kentucky when the census was taken.  Listed was John, twenty six to forty four.  Listed also was 1 female sixteen to twenty five, likely Margaret).[xxvi][27]  She may have been living in Lawrence County, Alabama as John Duffey sold to Absolem Davis of Wayne County, Kentucky, 127 acres being part of a greater tract of 400 acres on Otter Creek in Wayne County, Kentucky.  Sale price was $355.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 372 on 7 Oct 1822.  She may have been living in Lawrence County, Alabama as John Duffey sold to Dennis Hopkins of Wayne County, Kentucky, 70 acres on Otter Creek in Wayne County, Kentucky.  Sale price was $140.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 379 on 18 Oct 1822.  She may have been living in Lawrence County, Alabama as John Duffey sold to John Savage of Wayne County, Kentucky, 120 acres on Gap Creek in Wayne County, Kentucky.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 405 on 25 Oct 1822.  She may have been living in Lawrence County, Alabama as John Duffey sold to George Dabney of Wayne County, Kentucky, 85 acres being part of a greater tract of 242 acres on Gap Creek in Wayne County, Kentucky.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 389 on 25 Oct 1822.  She may have been living in Lawrence County, Alabama as John Duffey, attorney for Thomas Jackson Johnson of Monroe County, Tennessee, by power of attorney, sold to Gabriel Short of Wayne County, Kentucky, about 40 acres in Wayne County, Kentucky, being all the rest of 400 acres left on Otter Creek.

Wayne County Deed Book C, Page 405 on 1 Nov 1827.  She appeared on the census of 1830 (was probably living in McMinn County, Tennessee with daughter and son-in-law, John and Margaret Duffey when the census was taken.  Female listed between 70 and 80 was with them).[xxvii][28]

                +   4      iii.    Thomas Jackson Johnson was born circa 1795 at Kentucky.  He married Eliza Sedberry on 22 Nov 1840 at St. Clair County, Alabama.  He married Permilia (--?--). From: Dean Johnston

 

1777 Pittsylvania Co. Va oaths of Alligance George Carters List: Matthew Cox, Elisha Dodson, George Dodson, Lazarus Dodson, Rolly Dodson, Thos. Dodson, Joshua Hardy, William Hardy, William Ingram, JEFFERY JOHNSON, Elisha King,

1777 Pittsylvania list of Thomas Dillard: James Childress, Matthew Chidress, RIchard Ellis, Jacob Holland.

1777 Pittsylvania Co. Oaths of Alligance of James MORTON::: Daniel Johnston, Thomas Johnston, James King

Research Note:: a Morton is married into the off spring off Micheal Johnson who died 1718 Tuckahoe Creek

1777 Oaths of Alligance list of Charles Kennons: Benjamin Burgess, Edward Burgess, David Dodson, Fortunas Dodson, George Dodson. Greenham Dodson, Hightower Dodson, Rolly Dodson, Thomas Dodson, William Dodson

RESEARCH NOTE : John Johnson April 28 1789 pd taxed in Pittysylvania Co. Va. with Fortunas Dodson

Notes: Fortunas Dodson

Alice Goad born 1704 North Farnham Parish married Fortunas Dodson she died 1767 Sept 7 in Richmond Co. Va.

Elizabeth Goad born 1702 married Thomas Dodson

They are the Children of Abraham Goad born abt 1665 In Old Rappahannock Co. Va and died 1734 April 11 in Farnham Parish Richmond Co. Va.

 

1777 Oaths of Alligance Capt. Jas. Roberts list: Noble Johnson (he is on henry co Tithables what year ?)

1777 Oaths of Alligance Pitts. Co. William Watchers list: Jno Hudson, Jno p. Hudson

1777 June 26 Samuel Johnston married Elizabeth Ballinger:: Marriages of Pittsylvania Co. ( Lives on Letherwood Creek in Henry Co.)

1777 June 26, Johnston Samuel married Bollinger Elizabeth dau. of Joseph Bollinger Sam(l) Johnston, Jos. Akin. Selected Marriage Bonds, 1775-1778 - Pittsylvania Co. VA This information extracted from "Abstracts from Pittsylvania County Marriage Bonds"communicated by Edward W. James, in the "William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine", Vol. 6, No. 4. (Apr., 1898), pp. 220-221.

1778 Nov: Joseph Jackson was permitted to build a water grist mill on Sandy Creek: Page 279 Court Record Book 4 per Pittsylvania Eighteenth Century Grist Mills, Herman Melton, Chatham Va. :::Note in Jan 27 1778 Joseph Jackson's land was in Amelia Co.

1779 Nov 22 Early Surveys of Pittsylvania and Halifax Co. Va. Survey for Floyd Tanner 216 acres on both side of Johns Run of Sandy Creek adjoins Dudgeons line an old road, Walton ( note this land originally surveyed 30 Sept 1746 for Robert Walton as a part of 304 acres.It was then transferred to Benjamin Terry who transferred to to Floyd Tanner) http://www/rootsweb.com?~vapittsy/surveys.htm

NOTE:: IN 1746 Robert Walton's property in another County????? where I believe it was Halifax but unsure.

NOTE : IN 1750 Lunenburg Tithes is a Richard Dudgeon

1780 D.B. 6 pp. 7-8 William Wynne and Frances Wynne, his grandmother sold 295 acre on Sandy Creek of Dan River to Humphreys Hendricks for 2000 pounds current money Va http://www/rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/Adamsgen.html

1780 April 16 Deed Book 6 page 39: from Robert Walters of Pittsylvania County to Joseph Flippen of Pittsylvania Co. for 1200 lbs, about 125 acres in Pittsylvania Co. on the branches of Double Creek and bounded by John Watkins, John Hall, Jonathan Hill, John Waters: Signed Robert Walters: Wit: John Atkinson: Joseph Slayden, John Madding http://www/rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/Waltersdeeds.htm

NOTE:: Again in 1750 John Walters and Robt. Walter by Saml Johnson on 1750 Tithable of William Caldwell list

Note: Joseph Flippen is a relation ::: Which Line is he off of??

1780 June 8 Moses Johnson 20 acres on the branches of Strawberry Creek beginning at Atkinson's corner on Johnson's Branch and adjoining Cantrell's land. By Certificate of survey dated 25 Nov 1779 this land was then in County ? Note the county is blank in the original grant. Land Office Grants A 1779-1780 ( v 1 & 2 p 1-685) p 357 ( reel 42)

1780 June 8 William Dix, Pittsylvania Co. 391 acres on the branches of Dan River adjoining Hogan and Cargetts land:: Land Office Grants A 1779-1780 ( v 1 & 2p 1-685) p 402 (Reel 42) Library of Virginia Archives Section

1780 July 20: Edward Choat Jr: Henry Co: 253 acres on the south fork of Doe Run: Land Office Patents E 1775-1776 1780-1781: vol 2, pg 138 on reel 46: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1780 July 20: Edward Choat: Henry Co: 295 acres on the south branches of Pigg River adjoining John Holloway: Land Office Patents E 1775-1776 1780-1781 vol 2 pg 149 on reel 46: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1780 July 20: Henry Co: Edward Choat: 485 acres on Doe Creek Land Office Patents E, 1775-1776, 1780-1781 vol 2 pg 141 on reel 46: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1780 Sept 1: Samuel Fox Henry County Va: 119 acres on Little Otter Creek adjoining Christopher Choat: Land Office Patents E 1775-1776, 1780-1781 v 2 pg 555 on reel 46: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1781 Feb. 1 Samuel Johnson ( also Jonson and Johnson) 77 acres on Turkey Branch of Banister River Adjoining Chamourlin and Treadwell's land:: Land Office Grants D 1780-1781 v 1 & 2 p 1-930: Pg 512 Reel 45 (Turkey Cocke Creek see deed registration history first in Brunswick Co. then into Halifax to Pittsylvania to Henry to Patrick Co. flows into Philpot and Charity Lake)

1781 Feb 1 Samuel Johnson ( also Jonson and Johnson) 90 acres on the Waters of Leatherwood Creek adjoining Short, Lomax and c. Land Office Grants D. 178-1781 ( v. 1 & 2 p 1-930) p. 508 (Reel 45) Research Note this property ends up in Henry Co. Deeds

RESEARCH NOTE: An early chapel had also been erected on Leatherwood Creek ( now Henry Co) which was no doubt served by HICKEY's road which led to the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountians in Patrick Co. When Camden Parish was formed the Snow Creek chapel and Leatherwood chapel were orderd to be replaced with regular church buildings, which was done under the direction of Hugh Innes and William Witcher vestryman:: Found in Early church's of Westrn Antrim ( Parish) http://www/victorian.com/sims-mitchell/local/clement/mc/ap/01.htm

1781 Feb 1 Samuel Johnston ( See Henry Co. Deeds is where I placed this one)

1781 Feb 1: Pittsylvania County: John Simmons 177 acres on Beaver Creek: Land Office Grants C 1780-1781 pg 329 on reel 44: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1781 Feb 1: Saboret Choat ( Choate) Pittsylvania Co: 30 acres on both side of Pigg River: Land Office Grants C 1780-1781 pg 212 on reel 44: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1781 July 3: Pg 130-131 Proved 1782 June 18: Will of Moses Johnson

Moses Johnson being very sick but of perfect mind and memory:

To my son Arhtur Johnson on half my land

To my son Obediah Johnson the other half with the plantation I now live on

Signed Moses Johnson (BHM)

Witn: Thomas Boaz, Henry Rawlings, Constatine Clarkson

Abstracts of Pittsylvania County Virginia Wills, 1767-1820 Compiled by Lela C. Adams

1782 Census of Pittsylvania Co. Va Ann Johnson 7 whites: Archd Johnson 9 whites: James Johnson 8 whites 11 slaves

Note: Fortunas Dodson, George Dodson, George Dodson Sr, Jesse Dodson, Joshua Dodson, Joshua Dodson, Rawley Dodson, Thomas Dodson, Zachariah Dodson on 1782 Census.

RESEARCH NOTE April 28 1789 FORTUNAS DODSON AND John Johnson pd taxes on the same day.

1782 Pittsylvania CO Census: Ann Johnson: Archibald: James Johnson

1782 June 18 Pittsylvania County Wills pg 48 abstract Moses Johnson sons identified as Arthur and Obediah half his land to each son. Will dated July 3 1781.

1782; In the Name of God Amen and on the 3rd day of July and in the date of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and eighty one. I Moses Johnson of Pittsylvania County being very sick but in perfect mind and memory. I thank God for it and not knowing how soon death falls on me I do make ordain and appoint this to be my last will and testament.

First That my body to be buried and all my just debts be paid.

Item I give to my son Arthur Johnson one halfe my land

Item I give my son Obediah Johnson the other half with the plantation I now live on and I pronounce this my last Will and Testament making all others void ? By one Signed and Sealed and delivered by me the said Moses Johnson in presence of us.

Test: Thomas Boaz, Henry Rawlings, Constantine Clarkson Signes Moses Johnson (BHM)

 In a Court held for Pittsylvania County the 18th day of June 1782. This within last will and Testimony of Moses Johnson decd. was proved by the oaths of two of the witnesses thereto and was ordered to be recorded.

1782 Mar 7 :Early surveys of Pittsylvania and Halifax Counties:: Survey for Nipper Adams 282 acres on Double Creek of Birches Creek begins at James Adams corner pine adjoins Weatherford, Gideon, Hardy, Anderson, Watkins old line. Transferred on Nov 1782 to Mathew Tanner.

Note: Does Napier Adams connect to Sylvester Adams family that settles in Dickson Co. married into Hudson Johnston's lines? or to John Adams who died by Jan 17 1763?

1782 Sept. 12:Pittsyvania Co. Va; Will of John Johnson Filed : Wife is Anne:: sons John: Son Jacob:: Executors of the will is Anne Johnson, Isaac Johnson::WItness Randolph Rhodes and BEnjamin SMith.

1783 Sept 1: Edward Choate: Henry Co: 307 acres on the branches of Doe Creek adjoining Edward Choat Jr: Land Office Grants H 1782-1783 pg 520 on reel 49: Library of Virginia Archives:

1784 August 16 , William Maples sold for 100 Pounds 163 acres of this land on both sides of the north fork of Great Cherrystone Creek adjoining the lands of William Bynum and John Donelson to James Johnson of Pittsylvania County, Virginia. http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f97/a0029745.htm

1785 Jan 12 Will of Josias PAYNE: Pittsylvanie Co. Virginia to William in FLuvanna CO. containing four hundred acres the following slaves Long Tom, Squire, Patt to son Josias and gives him land in Goochland Co of seven hundred acres on the waters of Beaver Dam Creek with the following slaves London, Ned, and Nice to George, Two hundred acres on Licking hole Creek land on the Chop ? ROad with the following Slaves, Will, Rosie, Jude, To son Johnson Two Hundred acres land on Little Byrd Creek and the Following slaves Peter, Ned, Bob, Ialio. To son in law William Heale mar to Daguhter Susann: Thre hundred sixty five acres las on the waters of Little Byrd Crek and the following slaves, Phillis, a girl named Tiller. To son RObert Payne all tract land in Goochland CO. on licking Hole Creek and land wher I formerly lived and following slaves: Joe , Nan, Susy, James to daug. Agnes Michel the Negroes she rec. of me after her Marriage with the following Negroes Janee, Mole, and her child Hannah to daugh. Anna Harrison the negro she has in he population withthe following Tom, Hanah his wife and Bon their son. To Grandaughter Ann daughter of Robert Milley. to Granddaughter Keturah daughter of Robert, Betty, http://www/rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/va/pittsylvania/wills/payne2

RESEARCH NOTE :: THESE TWO CREEK Little Byrd and Licking Creek in 1728-1738 had two Johnson families one of James Johnson the Elder son of Michael d. 1718 and those of Charles Johnson.

RESEARCH NOTE Beaverdam Creek is where David Johnson son of James Johnson and Rachel Haden Lived.

1785 Feb 21: Richard Johnson, John Park and Samuel Parks Test to will of Richard Parsons

1785 June 24 Pittsylvania Co. Asa Thomas 43 acres on the branches of Sandy Creek of Dan adjoining Ayres and Owen. Land Office Grants S, 1785-1786 p. 19 ( reel 59)

NOTE THIS TIES BACK TO:: Tommus Lands of Daniel Tommus of Rolly Parish selling it to John Tommus in 1740 Amelia Co. Va. Deeds and to Philip Thomas in 1749 Amelia County Deeds from Gideon Thomas and wife Anne,

1785 July 16 Pittsylvania DB 7 p.460 Charles Burton Sr. of Louisa Co. Va to William Quinn of Pittsylvania Co. middle fork of Sandy Creek of Dan River 200 acres. http://www.rootsweb.com?~vapittsy/qu.html

1785 Nov 3 Phillip Johnson married Susanna Payne: marriages of Pittsylvania Co.

1786  Johnson FARMER b in Pittsylvania, VA d 1856 in Halifax,, VA, md Patsy THOMPSON 2 Apr 1804 in Pittsylvania, VA, b 1780/1789 in Halifax Co., VA d 1850 in Halifax Co. VA dau of Charles Thompson
Served in the War of 1812 and was given land and a pension in 1852 in
Pittsylvania Co http://kyusa.addr.com/Farmer/

1787 July 16 Salley Johnson married Bartlett Nunnelle:: Marriages of Pittsylvania Co. Va.

1787 Sept 4: Pg 164-165 Proved 1788 Sept 15:

Will of Archibald Johnston being of weak in body but of sound mind and memory

I lend to my dearly beloved wife the land and plantation whereon I now live with all the money I have in the house at this time after my debts are paid.

To my daughter Siller Martin a proportionable part with the rest of my children of my estate.

To my son James Johnston a proportionable part

To my daughter Sally the same as above

To my son William Johnston the same as above

To my son Obediah Johnston the same as above

To my son Samuel Johnston the same as above

To my daughter Mary Johnston the same as above

To my daughter Elisabeth Johnston the same as above

Appointed Joseph Terry and Wiliam Ryborn executors

Witn Abednego Turner, T.D. Holt

Isham Turner security for Joseph Terry.

Abstracts of Pittsylvania County Virginia Wills, 1767-1820 Compiled by Lela C. Adams

1788 July 31 Pittsylvania Co. John Watkins 816 acres on the drafts of Burches Creek and Double Creek adjoining Weatherford and Walton:: Land Office Grants no 17, 1788 p 478 ( reel 83)

1788 Sept 15 Pittsylvania Co. wills pg 130: abstract: Will proved, on an Archibald Johnston sons identified as James Johnston, Wm Johnston, Samuel Johnston and Obediah Johnston.

1789 April 29 Fortunas Dodson, Anderson Hailey, Ambrose Hailey, Joseph HIll, John Johnson, Charles Mcgloughlin, William Mays, Gardner Mays, David Mays, Bevrly Milner, Martin Palmer, Robert Scoot, Henry Terry, John Terry, David Terry, George Thompson, Charles Terry, Joseph Wood paid there taxes. Information provided by Researcher Cass Johnson.

Note: Terry and Wood names is a surname connected to off spring of Micheal Johnson who died 1718 of Tuckahoe Creek Henrico Co.Va. ( Stephen wood married ? daughter of Joseph or Isaac Johnson?)

1790 Era: Born Agness Johnson and on 1813 Jan 3: John C. Reed (my fourth gr grandfather) married an Agnes Johnson in Williamson County, Tennessee According to Goodspeed, she was born abt. 1790 in Pennsylvania, and died 1830 in Lincoln County, Tn.  on January 03, 1813. I would like any info on Agnes' parents. Does anyone have an Agnes or Agatha Johnson in their data base From: joyce Cleveland

John C. Reed

1790 Sept 22 Gensey Johnson married John Pemberton Marriages of Pittsylvania Co.

1790 Dec 15: Page 34: From William Wright of Pitsy. To Samuel Watkins, son and heir at law of John Watkins deceased of Pitsy

For 100 pounds all that messuage, plantation, and tract of land whereon the said William Wright now dwells, containing by plat and survey, 304 acres and ws conveyed to said Wright by Pitsy. Deed from William Colley. Signed W. Wright, Witn. Will White, Noel Waddill, John Johnson (BHM). The deeds was proved by oaths of the witnesses to be the act and deed of William Wright and the same was ordered to be recorded. And htereupon came the said William Wright by his attorney, and entered a protest against the recording of the said deed. Recorded 1791 July 18. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

 

1791 March 1: Pg 64: From David Clark Pits. Tax Collector for 1787 to James Johnson of Pitts, the highest bidder at a public auction, 29.5 acres in Pits. Being part of 300 acres charged to John Bradley for 3 pounds and 3 shillings and 1.5 pence taxes plus costs due thereon for 1787. The land is bound by James Johnson’s former tract, William Easley. Signed David Clark: Witn None Recorded 1791 Aug 16: Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

 

1791 March 1: Pg 64: From David Clark Pits. Tax Collector for 1787 to James Johnson of Pits. The higest bidder at a public auction, 58.25 in Pits. On the Great Cherrystone Crk. Being part of 2 tracts of 815 acres charged to William Easley for 8 pounds and 3 shillings and 2 pence plus costs due thereon for 1787. The land is bound by Johnson’s and Easley’s corner. Signed David Clark Witn. None Recorded 1791 Aug 16. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

 

1791 March 5 Page 39: from Hezekiah Smith of Pitts. To William Price of Pitts. For 20 pounds a certain tract of about 40 acres of Land in Pits. On Sandy Creek and bounded by Evans Stokes, Burton. Signed Hezekiah Smith: Witn. Daniel Price, Maraday Price, Cutburt Price. Recorded 1791 July 21: Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

 

1791 mar 15 Richard Johnson to Lettice Hinton

1791 Mar 17 Richard Johnson to Lettice Hinton

1791 May 13: Elizabeth Johnson married William Shelton: Marriages of Pittsylvania Co. Va. She is daughter of James Johnson who consents per http://ftp.rootsweb/va/pittsylvania/vitals/marriages/shelton1.txt

1791 Aug 4: Pg 145: From Richard Johnson of Pits. To James Johnson of Pits. For 600 pounds 3 negroes to wit Sylus, Isaac and Betty, 12 cattle, 40 hogs, 1 bay mare, 280 acres on Sweden Fork and 212 acres on Johns Run, together with my household and kitchen furniture and plantation utensils. If Richard Johnson pays James Johnson 600 pounds by 1793 July 4 then this mortage becomes void. Until default Richard Johnson may continue to enjoy and use the estate. Signed Rd. Johnson: Wit. Will Shelton, Langston Johnson, William Shepard. Recorded 1792 March 19. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1791 Giles Johnson is born in 1817 Sept at age 26 enlisted in Danville 10th inf. discharged pass Christian MS Sept 22 1817 http://www,rootsweb.com/&7Evapittsy/notes.htm

1792 Mar 17 Deed Book 9 page 177: from Thomas Chelton of Pittsylvania Co. to Josiah Earp for 80 lbs 157 acres in Pittsylvania Co. on Burches Creek bounded by Robert Walters, Weatherford's order line, John Walters: Signed Thomas Shelton: Wit: William Collier , Robert Walters Jr, Nathan Cunningham, Billey Holloway. http://www/rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/che.htm

NOTE: Again Back to 1750 Lunenburg Co. tithes of John and Robt Walters by Saml Johnston

Note Does Nathan Cunningham tie into Jos. Cunningham who is in 1750 Lunenburg tithes by Saml Johnston.

1792 March 22 Pg 241: From Samuel Lovell to James Johnson of Pits. For 600 pounds about 200 acres in Pits. Bounded by the lines of John Watson Sr, Thomas Watson and Currie’s Order, including the Pits. Courthouse with the Ordinary and adjacent buildings thereon, being the same lands and appurtenances purchased by said James Johnson of Col. John Wilson and conveyed by him to the said James Johnson in trust to said Lovell, and including in the same deed the lands also purchased by the said James Johnson of Samuel Hughes. Signed Saml M. Lovell: Wit. Will Shelton, Martha Hoskins, Hannah Hoskins, Polly Snead. Recorded 1792 July 16. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1792 March 31 will of Thomas Price Deed Book 9 pg 258-269 on March 17 1800 the exutrix of this will Mary Price had sureties posted by RICHARD JOHNSON: Joshua Saffold, William Shelton and Tarlton Price.

1792 June 18: Pg 223: James Johnson and William Todd both of Pits. Gave bond of 100 pounds to Pits. Court viz, Benjamin Lankford, William Todd, William Dix, and David Hunt for 15 pounds build a bridge across Cherrystone Crk, where the road crosses the creek at Thomas Watson’s. The bridge is to be 12’ wide and to be built and finished off in a workman fashion. Also James Johnson agrees to keep the bridge in good order for the term of 7 years, aggreable to a Pits. Court Order. Signed Jas Johnson, Will Todd: Wit. None Recorded 1792 June 18. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1793 John Lipscomb Lynch Goodwin" (Micajah, John) was born in 1793, in Amherst county; was married, first, in Amherst county, to Mary E. Goodwin, a daughter of John and Mary (Johnston) Goodwin. He was married, second, to Martha Crews.He resided in Amherst county, where he died January 5, 1857. (Called John Lewis Goodwin by his son Dr. Edward). Children by first wife: i. Gustavus Adolphus, unmarried; ii. James Edwin; iii. Thomas, died young; iv. Edward Johnston, born December 30, 1829, married first, Sarah Barnett; second Hester L. Wills; third, -----; v. Samuel Boyle, married Helen Sexton; vi. Mary Elizabeth, married George A. Harvey; vii. Emily Virginia, resides in Louisville, Ky.; unmarried. Child by second wife: viii. William Lewis.

"John Goodwin" (John) was born in Virginia; was married to Mary Johnston.They resided in Pittsylvania county, Va., until after the death of Col. Philip Johnston, brother to Mary (Johnston) Goodwin, from whom they received a large estate. They resided thereafter in Amherst county, in which county Col. Johnston had resided. John Goodwin is also called John H. Goodwin by a granddaughter.Children: i. Frances, married Greenville Reynolds; ii. Nancy, married Charles Raleigh; iii. Virginia, born 1800, married Hezekiah Jones; iv. John H., died
unmarried; v. Mary E., married John L. L. Goodwin; vi. Philip, died unmarried;vii. Robert, married ------ Minton; vii. Susan, married, first, William Minton; second Stephen Diuguid. Appendix H: The Goodwins of Botetourt and Tazewell Counties, Virginia
William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 2,Supplement (Oct., 1897), pp. 91-99.

1793 Feb 26 pg 403: From William Goodman and John Thompson of Pits. For 150 pounds a certain tract of about 230 acres of land on White Thorn Crk. In Pits and bounded by Widow Botman, William Pain, and Beverly Willard’s line. William homes, John Thompson, William Hopwood, William Good man. Signed Wm. Goodman, John Thompson, Wit. Hanah Hoskins (BHM) Lettice Johnson, Martha Hoskins, George Robinson. Jemima the wife of said William, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded 1793 Jun 17. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1793 Mar 16 page 377 Deed Book 9: from Charles Collier of Pittsylvania Co. to Nathan Pearman of Pittsylvania Co. for 25 pounds a certain tract or parcel of land 100 a by survey dated Mar 16 1793 in Pittsylvania Co. on the branches of Birches Cr. and the double Cr. and bounded by James Collie at the head of Turkey post ( Cr?) the order line James Collie. Signed Charles Collie Witness Robert Walters, William Slayden, Larking Madding, John ( X ) Johnson http://www.rootsweb.com?~vapittsyp.htm

1793 March 16 Pg 377: From Charles Collier of Pits. To Nathan Pearman of Pits. For 25 pounds a certain tract , plantation or parcel of land of 100 acres, by Survey dated 1793, March 16, in Pits. On the branches of Birches Creek and the double crk and bounded by James Collie at the head of Turkey Post ( crk?), the order line, James Collie. Signed Charles Collie: WItn. Robert Walters, William Slayden, Larking Madding, John Johnson (BHM) recorded 1793 April 15. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1793 April 15 page 365 Deed Book 9 from Joseph Flippen to Pittsylvania Co. to John Johnson Jr. for 30 lbs a certain tract of about 100 acres of land in Pittsylvania Co. on the drafts of Middle Sandy Creek & bounded by Weatherfords old Order line. Anna Daniel, said Joseph Flippen said John Johnson. Signed Joseph Flippen wit. Grief Barksdale, Robert Walters, Asa Thomas recorded April 15 1793::: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/flip.htm

NOTE:: Anne McDaniel's of Halifax CO. is the widow of William McDaniel's whose will was proved Jul 16 1778 in Halifax Co. Va::: Grandson is Johnson McDaniel :: Anne is left 482 acres on Sandy Creek of Dan river to be used to pay William Mc Daniels debts.

NOTE first Thomas Deeds for Sandy Creek is a deed : Daniel (X) Tommus of Rollyey parish to John Tommus of Rolley in July 1740 the witnesses are Richard Ward and Elizabeth land is Southside Appomattox River and Big Sandy Creek:: see http://www.rootsweb.com

NOTE: 1791-1801 Places Named in Patrick Co. SANDY CREEK

NOTE: 1749 Nov 17 This Sandy Creek is in Amelia CO. Deeds See Below in Prince Edward Co. Philip Thomas Deed.

NOTE:1753 Sandy Creek of Dann River in Lunenburg Co. Records: James Parrish Will

NOTE: 1778 Jan 27: sandy Creek deed in Amelia Co.Va:: in Nov 1779 this is is Pittsylvania Co. See Joseph Jackson Jan 27 1778 Amelia Co; then in Pittsylvania Co in Nov 1778.

NOTE: 1809 Mar 28: Sandy Creek of Dan River is in Patrick Co. Deeds see below William Gaines

NOTE :AGAIN WEATHERFORD Line this is in early deeds in this report

NOTE: Asa Thomas and Peyton Thomas are sons of William Thomas and Joyce Thomas : See note at bottom of Pittsylvania Co. info.

1793 June 7 Pg 404: From William Goodman of Pits. To James Johnson for 140 pounds a certain tract of about 225 acres of land in Pits. And bounded by the lines of William Hames, Barnet Shelhorse, John Nash, and Starling Willis. Signed: Wm Goodman. WItn: Benja Shelton, Gabriel Shelton, George Washington Johnson, Jemima the wife of said William relinquished her right of dower. Recorded 1793 Jun 17.

1793 July 13: Pg 406: from Hugh Kelly (Kelley) of Pits. Pranter, (Planter) to Joseph Johnson of Pits. For 100 pounds on tract of about 101 acres of land with premises in Pits. On the North side of Burches Crk, bounded by Thomas Cliton, George Grubs, Hugh Kelley, Gideon Rayland. NB: 1 acre of land excepted which contains a graveyard. Signed: hugh Kelly: Witn. William Creel, William Johnson recorded 1793 July 15 Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1793/7/20, , Richard Thurmond of Pittsylvania from Chas Lynch of Campbell, 20 lbs, @29 A in Pittsylvania on Read Crk bounded by Lynch. Wit: William Thurman, Jesse Bow, Michael Mullins. Pittsylvania Deeds 1791-1794, pg 70 Sherrie Boone

1793 July 29: Pg 454: From James Johnson of Pits. To William Clark of Pits. For 250 pounds a certain tract of land of about 378 acres in Pits. On both sides of banister river. Bounded by Barksdale, middle Crk, Summers: Signed Jas Johnson. Witn Richd Johnson, Hamilton White, Will Shelton. Recorded 1793 Oct 21. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

1793 Oct 22: Pg 541: from James Dalton of Pits. To Benjamin Gosnel of Pits. For 60 pounds all that parcel of land on both sides of North Fork os Sandy River in Pits. About 121 acres; being the same land which said James  Dalton purchased of John Alsup by Pits. Deeds. And  by said Alsup purchased of Daniel Johnson and by said Johnson purchased of John Morton as by the 2 last mentioned Pits. Deeds. And the same is bounded as specified in the several deeds. Signed James Dalton,:Witn. John Lain (bhm) Daniel Lain (bhm) Joseph Gosnell.recorded 1794 April 21. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

 

Interesting Daniel Johnson purchased this land from John Morton, Olen Lee Johnson research Daniel Johnson is married to a Morton female, looks like he bought his lands from Dad or at least a brother.

1794 April 19 page 542 John Johnson and Anne his wife, Pittsylvania Co. to Asa Thomas of Pittsylvania Co. for 14 lbs 3 shillings and 9 pence about 56.75 acres in Pittsylvania Co. on the head of Sandy Creek and bounded by the road on William Dix 's line, Anne Daniels a dividing line between said Johnson and the Excers of John Watkins Deceased. Sign John ( X) Johnson, Anne (X) Johnson Wit. William Payne Jr., Peyton Thomas, William Walters, Richard Rannolds, W. WIlkinson. recorded April 21 1794 http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/johnson.htm NOTE Deed Book 9

1794 April 19: Pg 542 from John Johnson and Anne his wife of Pits. To Asa Thomas of Pits. For 14 pounds 3 shillings and 9 pence, about 56. 75 acres in Pits. On the head of Sandy Creek and bounded by the road on William Dix’s lines, Anne Daniels a dividing line beween the said Johnson and the exers of John Watkins deceased. Signed John Johnson (bhm) Anne Johnson (bhm) Witn. William Payne Jr., Peyton Thomas, William Walters., Richard Rannolds. Recorded 1794 April 21. Pittsylvania County Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC  Genealogy Po Box 403369 PO Box Miami Beach F. 33140-1369

NOTES IS THIS THE SON OF HUDSON JOHNSON MARRIED TO AGNESS : son John Johnson is married to ANNE born 1770 Va.

NOTE :: This ties back to 1740 Amelia County Deed of Daniel Tommus selling land to John Tommus and another Question does this connect to Philip Thomas?? in 1749 Amelia Co. va. Deed with Gideon Thomas and wife Anne

RESEARCH NOTE OF KAY HADDEN: My husband has direct ancestors in both the Thomas and Walters families represented above. Asa and Peyton Thomas were brothers to his Nathaniel THomas. William Walters was a brother to his Robert Walters. THomas and Walters will eventually intermarry.

RESEARCH NOTE IS THIS PAYNE Connected to Josias Payne who died in 1785 Pittsylvania Co. who owned lands on Lttle Byrd Creek and Licking Hole Creek:: Where James Johnson the elder son of Michael Johnson d. 1718 and also where one Charles Johnson owned lands in 1728-1738.

 

1794 May 10: Pittsylvania Co: James Johnson: 290 acres on the heads of Sycamore and Gurges Creek adjoining Lester Bruce Talbot: Land Office Grants # 32 1794-1795 pg 29 on reel 98: Library of Virignia Archives Section

1795 Jan 17 Thomas Johnson married Mary Robinson:; Marriages of Pittsylvania Co. Va

1795 March 9 Meredith and Polly Price transferred 100 acres on upper Sandy Creek to John May for 100 pounds, this land is part of the land of Mrs.. Ann McDaniel's 469 acres which adjoins George Sutherlin, Failings: Witnesses Daniel Price, James Fowlkes, Major Price, William Price http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/price.htm

1795 Mar 17 Richard Johnson married Lettice Hinson:: Marriages of Pittsylvania Co. Va

1795 Dec. 15 Nancy Johnson married Elijah Prewett:: marriages of Pittsylvania Co.

1795 John Thurman purchased 132 acres on Stewart and Sandy creek. Stewart, Strawberry and Sandy creek are in the Eastern part of Pittsylvania Co. some 30 miles from the Staunton River and straightson Creek. http://www/rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/Thurmangen.html : research Notes:: a Phillip THurmond in Jul 26 1765 Lives by a Benjamin Johnson in Albermarle Co.Va. :: Also in 1785 a John Thurman living by Jessie Thurman ,CHristopher Johnson are Listed as Head of Households:

1796 April 16 D.B.11 page 258 Christopher Robertson from George Adams & Isabel his wife 460 acres in Pittsylvania CO. on the branches of Sandy River adjoining William Munkee's line, John Colliers, William Ross, John Wilson's line Thomas Smith's line:: Witness William Beavers, Robert Mack and Christopher Robertson Jr.

NOTE : WHICH ROBERTSON Family and how do they tie to Dr. John Robertson who wrote a letter for James Johnston ( Militia Major) of Henry Co. Va.

1796 May 12 D.B. 10 page 478 Christopher Robertson buys land on Sandy Creek that flows into the Dan River http://www/rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/Robertsongen.html Note this is the brother of Edward Robertson who was in Amelia CO. then came into Pittsylvania Co. in 1786:: his brother Christopher was married to Mildred " MIlly" Ann Thompson of Amelia CO. Va.

Land was bought from Joseph Tombling

1796 Sept: At a Court held for Pttsylvania County the ? day of Sept 1796 The within last will and Testamnet of THomas Linthicum deeased. was exhibited in Court and proved by the Oaths of two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and Sarah Linthicum widow and relict of the said Testator came into court and renounces and disclaims all benefit of advantage of any LEgacy of Legacies to her given Devised or Bequeathed in and by the said last will and there upon it is ordered that EDWARD HATCHER, RICHARD JOHNSON STEPHEN YATES and DAVID PARSON or nay three of them do lay off and assceratain to the said Sarah Linthicum one third part of and in the Estate of the said Testator and report their proceedings Thereupon here to the COurt, And afterward to wit at a court held for the said COunty 20 th Day of Feb 1797 came Thomas Linthicum one of the Executors named in the said will. and on his Motion Certificate is granted him for obtaining probate of the said will in due form hee having first taken the oath by law prescribed and with John ADAMS and Thomas B. Jones his securities ordered into bond as Law Desripes. http://ftp.rootsweb/pub/usgenweb/va/pittsylvania/wills/Inthcm1.txt

1796 Sept 26 Langston Johnston married Polly Jones :: marriage of Pittsylvania Co.

1796 dec. 24: Pittsylvania County: James Johnson: 58 acres on the branches of Cherry Stone Creek adjoining land of Field, and Early: Land Office Grants # 36 1796-1797 pg 228 on reel 102: Library of Virginia Archives Section.

1799 May 2: pittsylvania Co: Jessee Keesee: 234 acres on the branches of Old Womans Creek adjoining John Johnson and James George.: Land Office Grants # 42, 1798-1799 pg 339, on reel 108: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1800 Nov. 13 Rebecca Johnson married Johnson Hoskins Pittsy. Co. Va

1800 Dec 30 Obediah Johnson married Rossey Prewitt in Pittsy. Co

1802 Jan 5 Pittsylvania Co: 93 acres on the west branches of Rutledge Creek adjoining land of Price, Dixon and Travis::: Land Office grants no 48, 1801-1802 p. 273 ( reel 114)

1808 Dec. 19th last will of James Strange: Eexc. Isaiah Morton and Thomas Harris: Securities by Smith Strange, Jesse Strange, Thomas Curry and RICHARD JOHNSON http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsyy/wills.htm

1802 June 28: Pittslvania Co: Caleb Johnston: 374 acres on both side of the catatil Fork of Sycamore Creek adjoining land of Mullin and Ward. Source Land Office Grants # 50, 1802-1803 p. 165 (reel 116): Libray of Virginia Archives Section

1803 Sept 28 Arthur Johnson married Nancy Fielder in Pittsylvania Co.

1803 Dec. 20 Betsy Johnson married Joseph Yeates (? Yates) Pitsy. Co. Va

1805 April 18 James Johnson married Nancy Woodson Pittsy. Co.

1805 OCt 9 To pd Richard Johnston for notifing the commissioners to Settle acct. cureent Oct. 19 1805 and paying ASA THOMAS his Ferriage. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/AC4.html

1806/4/21, Thurman, Richard, will written1803/8/15. Dt Eddy Brues, dt Elizabeth Thurman dt Polly Thurman, dt Rachel Buer, son Laban Thurman, dt Agnes Barnet, dt Susannah Mullins, dt Anna Doss, son William Thurman, dt Rhoda Bow, dt Frances Abston, dt Sally Doss. Exors: son Laban & Nathaniel Bow, & Thomas Brues Abstracts of Pittsylvania Co VA Wills, 1767-1820, pg 130 Sherrie Boone

1807 Mar 17 Elizabeth Johnson married John Stoke in Pittsy. Co. Va

1808 Jan 19 John May transferred 121 acres on the branches of Sandy Creek and south side of White Oak Mountain to James May for 400 dollars: adjoins Charles Clay, James Lawless: Witness George Adams, Shelton, William Ware, Drury Puliiam, Cuthbert Price , William Williams . Deed Book A pg. 352 Pittsylvania Co.

RESEARCH NOTE: 1751 Oct 2: O.S. page 464 Lunenburg County ( Historical Virginia Roads) William Williams is appointed surveyor of the road leading from SMITHS RIVER to Leatherwood and it is ordered that he together with the male labouring tithables persons convenient therto do forwith CLear and keep the same in repair according to law.

RESEARCH NOTE: Merry WEBB is appointed Surveyor of the road leading from Leatherwood to th North Fork of Sandy River:: 1751 Oct 2 O.S. Page 464 Lunenburg Co. (HIstoricl Virginia Roads)

1808 Mar 12 Elizabeth Johnson married Samuel Calland Jr. Pittsy. Co. Va

1808 Dec 19 William Johnson married Rebecca Hubbard Pittsy. Co Va

Note Thomas Hubbard in 1782 was on Goblintown Creek by William Johnson:: another Hubbard is mentioned above ?? on what deed ? not a need but lives by Jesse Hodges who is on 1777 Pittsylvania Co. Oaths of Allegiance which includes William Johnson and Samuel Johnson. Also of Interest is 1836 Will of Jon. Hubbard of Henry Co. Va. "The Johnson Place" willed to Grandson adron Anglin"

1810 Jan 8 Elizabeth Johnson married William Duff Pittsy. Co. Va

1810 Mar 20 Lettice S. Johnson married William Terry Jr. Pittsy. Co. Va

1810 Aug 13 William Johnson married Sally Shelhorse Pitts Co.Va.

1810 Sep t 10: p. 154 Pittsylvania Co. Deeds and Wills Book II, p. 351
6 September 1805/proven 17 September 1810.  Benjamin Lankford being very sick
and weak but sound mind.  
To my son Benjamin Lankford all the tract of land whereon I now live being 500 acres more or less.  
The remaining part of my estate to be equally divided between my sons Benjamin Lankford, Stephen Lankford and my daughters Mary Todd, Anne Madison, Sarah Brown, Kitty Turner
and Henretta Lankford.  
Appoints John Turner and my son Stephen Lankford
executors.  
Signed: Ben. Lankford.  Wit: None.  
It appears to the Court that
the Will is in the handwriting of the said Lankford.  Richard Johnson, Edward
Douglass, Stephen C. McDaniel, HENRY ARNOLD, and John Farris security for John
Turner. http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/special/afas/unpub/unpubva02.txt 

Benjamin Lankford

son Benjamin Lankford

Stephen Lankford

Mary Todd, 
Anne Madison, 
Sarah Brown, 
Kitty Turner

and Henretta Lankford.

Richard Johnson,
Edward Douglass, 
Stephen C. McDaniel, 
HENRY ARNOLD

John Farris

John Turner.

 

1811 Nov 19 Giles Johnson married Betsy Midkiff Pittsy. CO.

1812Jan 3) Written: Will of Peter Dupuy, Jr.
Pittsylvania County, Virginia, D&W 11, Page 371/2:


In the name of God Amen January 30 eighteen hundred and twelve. I Peter Dupuy of Pittsylvania in the state of Virginia, being in perfect health and sound in mind and memory thanks be to God therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die do make constitute and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to be buried at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter mentioned as touching such worldly goods as it hath pleased God to bless one with in this life I give divide and dispose of in the manner following.

1st It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid.

2nd It is my will and desire that my beloved wife Elizabeth Dupuy remain upon this my plantation where I now reside with the lands and tenements thereof should she be the longest liver the whole to remain in her possession to wit, the whole of the Negroes Except Nancy the house hold and kitchen furniture farming utensils and stock of all kinds except what shall be willed to Sarah Dupuy under mentioned to remain until her decease.

3rd I give and bequeath unto my son Jessee Dupuy the sum of eighty five pounds Virginia currency to be raised out of my estate at our death.

4th I lend unto my daughter Sarah Dupuy one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Pittsylvania on Shoco Creek which I now reside in containing two hundred acres be the same more of less after our decease. I also lend her one Negro girl slave by the name of Nancy and all her future increase one feather bed and furniture to be of the value of nine of ten pounds one mare or gi--en to be worth twenty five pounds one cow and calf one sow and pigs during her natural life and at her decease to be equally divided amongst all the legal heirs of her body, if any, if not to be equally divided between my legatees underneath mentioned, viz., Stephen Dupuy, William Dupuy, Robert Dupuy, Jessee Dupuy, Mary Ellington, Elizabeth Mottley.

5th It is my will and desire that one childs part be equally divided between my granddaughter Mary Keesee and Elizabeth Mottley and if the said Mary Keesee should die without a lawful heir begotten of her body my will and desire that her part return and be equally divided amongst all my legatees hereafter named. It is also my will that Elizabeth Mottley's part of that child's part be hers and her heirs forever.

6th It is my will and desire that all the remaining part of my property after our decease may be equally divided between my beloved children viz. Stephen Dupuy, William Dupuy, Robert Dupuy, Jessee Dupuy, Mary Ellington, Elizabeth Mottley, Sarah Dupuy to them and their heirs forever.

7th and lastly I do appoint my son Robert and Joel Willis Executors to this my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written.

Peter Dupuy {seal}

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of:

J. Lansdown
W. A. Vaden
Byrant Thompson

At a court held for Pittsylvania County the 18th of May 1812.

This last will and testament of Peter Dupuy Deceased was exhibited in court and proven by the oaths of two subscribing witnesses thereto. Ordered that the same be recorded and on the motion of Robert Dupuy and Joel Willis the Executors therein named who made oath thereto according to law. Certificate is granted them for obtaining probate thereof in due form they giving security. Whereupon they together with Davis C. Williams, Wilson Vaden, John Adams, Creed Tanner, Allen Woodson & Johnson Landsdown their securities entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of ten thousand dollars conditioned according to law.

Test.

Will Tunstall CC http://www.mindspring.com/~eehiv/dupuy/d11689.htm#P11736

1813 Mar 16 Lucy Johnson married Henry Tate Pittsy. Co. Va

1813 Mar 25 Mastin Johnson married Elizabeth Dodson in Pittsy. Co.

1813, May 10:: Johnson, James Foote : born 5/10/1813 Pittsylvania :: Died 9/10/1882 Liberty Source: Library of Virginia Digital

1813 Sept 23 Samuel Johnson married Francis Rowland

1814 Oct 10 Woodson Johnson married Charlotte Hambrick Pittsy. Co.

1815  Stephen Johnson FARMER b Pittsylvania, VA, d Sep 1859 Pittsylvania, VA md Martha McLAUGHLIN 20 Jun 1840 in Pittsylvania, Va. b 19 Apr 1819 in Statesville, Pittsylvania, VA, d 16 Oct 1854 Pittsylvania, VA. http://kyusa.addr.com/Farmer/

1815 Nov 20: p. 186-187 Pittsylvania Co. Deeds and Wills Book II, p. 418-419
6 January 1815/proven 20 November 1815.  Joseph Terry being weak in body but
of perfect mind.  
To my son Champness Terry my tract of land called Turners and also half the Sparks tract.  
 
To my son Jeremiah Terry a tract called Dupuys and also half the Sparks tract.  
To my son Joseph B. Terry all the land on the north side of Elkhorn Creek and that part of the Bell tract on the right hand side of the road by James Johnson to the Lynchburg Road. 
 
To my son William L. Terry all my land on the south side of Elkhorn Creek including my
mansion house.  The balance of my land: the McDaniel tract, Manns tract,
Claybrooks, the balance of the Bell tract and lots 1, 2, and 3, also the
Courthouse tract to be sold.  
 
The money arising from the sale to be equally divided between Champness Terry, Jeremiah Terry, Elizabeth Echols, Joseph B.Terry, William L. Terry, and Sarah Vaughan.  Also the balance of my estate not given to be divided between the above mentioned. 
 
 I leave in the hands of my executors seven hundred pounds to be for the use of NANCY ARNOLD during her life and at her death the remainder divided between her children.  
Appoint my sons Champness Terry and Jeremiah Terry my executors.  Signed: Joseph 
Terry (X).  Wit: George Townes, Abram Sydnor, Ep(?) Y. Wimbish.  Abram Sydnor,
Benjamin Terry Jr., Daniel Coleman, David C. Williams, William Echols, Robert
Dupuy, John Henry, William L. Terry, William B. Vaughan and Joseph B. Terry
security for the executors.  http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/special/afas/unpub/unpubva02.txt 

 

1816 Sept 16 Nancy Johnson married Edward Burnett Pittsy. Co. Va

1817 Aug 29 Andrew Johnson married Betsy Nelson in Pittsylvania Co.

1817 Feb 17: Richard Johnson was the son of James Johnson whose will was proven at Pittsylvania County Court House Feb 17, 1817 naming wife Jane, son Richard and wife Lettice, granddaughter Jane Hamilton Johnson, daughter of deceased son Fullington Johnson: George Washington Johnson, Letty Shepherd Johnson, James, Nancy, Richard, and Jeremiah Fullington. The will of Richard Johnson was proven 1826 Nov 21. in which he named his wife  Lettice, sons Richard Johnson, James F. Johnson, daughters Nancy Johnson and Mary Ann Johnson. History of Pittsylvania County Virginia by Clements 1939

1818 Nov. 16 Jane H. Johnson married Charles Blunt Pittsy. Co. Va

1818 April 16 Edmund Johnson married France Wynne in Pitts. Co.

 

1821 May 15: Pitsylvania Co. Richard Johnson 14 acres on the branches of Cherrystone Creek Beginning at Thomas Watsons corner. Land Office Grants # 70 1820-1821 pg 141 on reel 136: Library of Virginia Archives Section

1821 Apr 22 Charles Johnson Clement b., VA, m. 2-May-1839, in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 35. Lucy Ann Hunt, b. 15-Sep-1819, d. 1-Jun-1860, Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Charles died 12-Feb-1842, Pittsylvania County, Virginia. http://home.comcast.net/~tjones66/tom_ped.htm

1823 Jan 1 Martha Johnson married James R. Dodson Pittsy. Co.

1824 Feb 6: John Burgess: Virginia Death Records 1600-on: Most of these are wills, so e-mail me at : E- mail  frmrnyr@aol.com

1824 Nov 10 Ann R. Johnson married Stokeley Hutchings Pitts. Co. Va

1826 Rebecca Johnson married Gabriel Shelton in Pittsy. Co. Va

1830 Jan 18: Pittsylvania Co: William Dodson Virginia Death Records : E- mail  frmrnyr@aol.com

Research Note: Allen Johnson came from Meckenburg Co. Va His dates are 1765-1835. HIs wife was Mary Hutcheson, they first came into Rutherford Co then into Williamson Co. Tn. Allen and Mary or as she was called Polly's daughter, ELizabeth Chiles married Thomas Durham. Information from Candy e-mail is jmk1984@bellsouth.net

Research NOTE: Mary Hutcheson is daughter of John Hutcheson and Elizabeth Chiles:: MY Question: Rowland Chiles lived beside William Johnson in Henry Co. 1782 tax list are they connected with Walter Chiles of Henrico Co.?: and how is JOhn Hutcheson connected to Hutcheson off Micheal Johson died 1718?

Research NOTE: Gideon Johnston Jr died in Williamson Co. TN had a brother named Allen Johnston.

RESEARCH NOTE: THOMAS BIBLE RECORDS :: on http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2/u1/data/va+index+7559118048019+F Asa Thomas was born Dec. 13 1762, Peyton Thomas was born Feb 17 1765:::They are the children of William Thomas and Joyce THomas

RESEARCH NOTE:: Josiah Johnsons Soldier COntinental line Enlisted inder a French Officer at Elkton Maryland his widow Susan appealed under Act granting half pay and pensiosn to certain widows. She believed he served 3 years:: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/revolutionary.htm

1831 Mar 21 WILLIAM C. SHELTON - CHRISTIANA ARNOLD, Woodson Johnson http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/special/afas/unpub/unpubva01.txt 
 
1840 March 10: Married William Terry Farmer b 12 Mar 1818 VA d aft 1864 md Martha Ann THOMPSON 10 March, 1840 in Pittsylvania, VA b 19 Nov 1823 d 14 Mar 1909 
 
She is the daughter of Samuel Thompson Jr and Patience "Martha" Farmer (1786-1856) [dau of Isham  and Elizabeth Johnson.] They are buried at Riceville, Pittsylvania Co VA http://kyusa.addr.com/Farmer/index.html 

 

1840 May 17 widow of Josiah Johnson applied for Rev. War Benefits                                Josiah Johnson and wife Susan: R5665 VA Line: widow applied 1840 May 17 in Pittsylvania Co.Va aged 75. Soldier and widow had married 1789 July 24. Soldier died 1839 Dec 18, a son Abraham Johnson made affdt 1854 April 6 in Pittsylvania Co. Va aged 58 and refered to himself as “One of soldiers heirs” and was also reffered to as Abram Johnson. Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files

 

1846 Aug 22  James Powhatan Johnson, b. in Pittsylvania Co., VA Married Fidelia Emily Doss

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

Married Mollie White6 Rowles  (Kit # 43517) Julian Bentley Johnson

 

James Powhattan Johnson’s Pedigree

1786 John Barnes Johnson, b. in Halifax Co.,VA, d. April 17 1876 VA He married Lucretia Davis, m. Nov 25 1811 in Halifax Co., VA

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

and Elizabeth Barnes, who  remarried in 1799  Kit number: 43517

Silas Samuel Johnson, b. 1824, d. Dec 25 1891 in Pittsylvania Co., VA Married Frances R. Montgomery

 

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