47. Spiers WALTERS4,28,29,69,173 was born about 1781.69 He died on 20 October 1859 at the age of 78 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
1820 Census. Spiers Walters. 2m under 10 [one was Joel]; 1m 26-45, 1f under 5, 1f 26-45.
1830 Census. Pittsylvania Co VA. Spiers Walters. 1m -5, 2m 5-10, 2m 10-15 [see 1820] and 1m age 40-50. 1f -5, 1f 15-20 [see 1820], 1f age 40-50 [Lydia]
1840 Census. Spires Walters. 1m 10-15, 2m 15-20, 1m 20-30, 1m 50-60 [Spiers]
1f 10-15, 1f 50-60 [Lydia
Found in the 1850 Census, age 69, with Lydia and Rufus.
1860 Mortality Census
Spiers Walters, age 77, male, born Virginia, died Oct, Farmer, had congestion of the brain
Death Index Online, 1859, 20 Oct
Died of Paralysis age 78 years
Jas H. Lindsay, son-in-law, informant.
Will of Spiers Walters
Will Book 2, p 307 Pittsylvania Co, VA
To wife Lydia my tract of land on which I reside containing 200 Acres,
all household and kitchen furniture, two choice horses, wagon and
harness and what other livestock she may wish and also what plantation
tools she may wish and provisions enough to last her one year and $500
in money and the following Negroes; Jack, George, Berry, Cretia and
child, Mary, Davy, John, Rill and Martha for and during the term of her
natural life and after her death I give the same to my several children
hereafter mentioned equally to be divided among them.
Other tract of land containing 200 acres and following Negroes; Moses,
Harry, Abram, Bob, Bannister, Lizzy and Henry and all rest of my estate
both real and personal of what nature to my several children namely Mary
C Lindsey, Joel B Walters, Rufus D Walters, William T Walters, and
Martha A Powell to be equally divided.
Appoint my sons Joel B Walters and Rufus B Walters Executors
April 13, 1857 Spiers Walters
Wit: Timothy Stamps, Wm I Lewis
Proven November 21, 1859
Correction: I had previously listed children found in other databases that I now believe did not belong to Spiers & Lydia Walters, but were instead the children of John Waller & Lydia Dodson. I knew these children were not included in the Will above. They are included in the will of John Waller, Pittsylvania Co. WB II, p.322. Sarah "Sally", Phoebe who married Thomas Bolton, Pleasant, Obediah & Lydia. Online databases have confused these two families - apparently because both wives were named Lydia.
Spiers WALTERS and Lydia STAMPS were married on 29 December 1812 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.12,40 Lydia STAMPS4, daughter of JOHN STAMPS and ELEANOR DODSON, was born about 1785 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.69
Marriage Info: from "Marriages Pittsylvania County, Virginia 1806-1830"
by C.L. Knorr, p. 27.
Her mother, Leyanner Stamps, consented to the marriage of "Spicer Walters
and Lydia Stamps, dau" Bond date is 29 Dec 1812. Sur: William Burgess. Married on 12 Jan 1813 by the Rev. William Blair.
Lydia is a younger sister of Catey Stamps who married Archibald Walters.
Spiers WALTERS and Lydia STAMPS had the following children: