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Mattie Grace Goodman
b. 7 June 1900, d. 7 January 1977

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Birth 7 June 1900  Mattie Grace Goodman was born on 7 June 1900.1 
Marriage 12 March 1921  She married David Grogan, son of John Tyler Grogan and Elizabeth Wood, on 12 March 1921.1 
Death 7 January 1977  Mattie Grace Goodman died on 7 January 1977 at age 76.1 

Family David Grogan b. 3 September 1899, d. 14 November 1967

Citations
  1. [S54] Warren Houck, "Houcks of Ashe Co NC", online at worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=h650787.

John Strong Jr1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   John Strong Jr married Sarah Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.2 

Family Sarah Grogan

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts, Their citation is Rockingham Co Deed Book 2nd E, pages 290-296 (division of land)..
  2. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

Daniel Thompson1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   Daniel Thompson married Margaret Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.1 

Family Margaret Grogan b. circa 1773

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

David Nance1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   David Nance married Polly Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.1 

Family Polly Grogan

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

John Parish1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   John Parish married Alice Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.1 

Family Alice Grogan b. circa 1788

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

Elijah Alexander1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   Elijah Alexander married Eleanor Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.1 

Family Eleanor Grogan b. circa 1771

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

William Haynes1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   William Haynes married Lettice Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.1 

Family Lettice Grogan

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

Thomas Cobler1

Last Edited 18 May 2002

Marriage   Thomas Cobler married Elizabeth Grogan, daughter of Henry Grogan and Mary ?.1 

Family Elizabeth Grogan b. circa 1796

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

James Bartholemew Grogan1

Father Bartholomew Grogan1 b. circa 1755, d. between 1820 and 1830
Pedigree

Last Edited 18 May 2002

  James Bartholemew Grogan was the son of Bartholomew Grogan.1 

Citations
  1. [S225] H.Wendell. Grogan and Linda C. Vernon, Grogan genealogy charts.

Rebecca Anderson1,2,3

Last Edited 20 May 2002

Marriage   Rebecca Anderson married John Hash, son of Willaim Lewis Hash.2,3 

Family John Hash b. between 1720 and 1725, d. 13 April 1784
Children  1. John Hash b. bt 1746 - 1748
  2. William Hash b. bt 1748 - 1750, d. 1818
  3. Jane Hash+ b. 17534
  4. Rebecca Hash b. bt 1754 - 1755
  5. Nancy Hash
  6. Mary "Polly" Hash 5
  7. Thomas Hash b. 13 Feb 1756, d. 25 Dec 1848

Citations
  1. Besides the HASH-L posting referenced under William Lewis Hash, the following is another source for the name Rebecca Anderson:
    Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 22:52:12 -0400
    From: "Shirley Landen" <e-mail address>
    To: e-mail address
    Message-ID: <000201be9eff$98d50920$e-mail address>
    Subject: Re: Hash line (& LDS info)
    Content-Type: text/plain;
         charset="iso-8859-1"
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

    In the book, A Brief History of the Sturgill Family in America, David A
    Sturgill, said that in the 1950's, he had interviews with six of the gr
    grandchildren of Francis and Rebecca Hash Sturgill, (most of them in their
    upper 80's or 90's), all were well informed about their ancestors and he
    found no disagreement about the following. All of them said that Rebecca
    Hash was the daughter of John Hash and his first wife Rebecca Anderson.
    Some disagreement about whether her father was John or Jacob
    existed. In 1982, he stated that in reviewing his notes, he found that he
    had interviewed about 15 of the gr grandchildren but had only taken notes on
    six of the interviews and had reconstructed the others from memory. There
    was no disagreement that 'Old John Hash' s first wife was Rebecca Anderson.
    Old John Hash will dated 1784 Montgomery Co Va lists children John (by my
    first wife), William, Thomas, John (by my second wife), grandson Richard
    Hall, and one cow to Enoch Osborne and one to Francis Sturgen. His daughter
    Jane married Enoch Osborne and daughter Rebecca married Francis Sturgill,
    another daughter Nancy married Eli Richard Hall. I have personally done no
    research on this family and am merely passing on what other people have
    shared.
  2. [S60] Richard O. Johnson, message titled "Old John's Wives: source of info,", listserve message to HASH-L, May 17, 1999.
  3. [S258] Shirley Landen, message titled "Hash line (& LDS info),", listserve message to HASH-L, May 14, 1999.
  4. [S244] Alice Cox Phillips, Our Cox Family, pages 122-123.
  5. [S259] Ginger Ballard, message titled "Copeland-Osborne-Hall-Hash,", listserve message to e-mail address, 3/20/2002.

Mary "Polly" Hash1

Father John Hash1 b. between 1720 and 1725, d. 13 April 1784
Mother Rebecca Anderson1
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 May 2002

  Mary "Polly" Hash was the daughter of John Hash and Rebecca Anderson.1 
Marriage   Mary "Polly" Hash married John Hall.1 

Family John Hall

Citations
  1. [S259] Ginger Ballard, message titled "Copeland-Osborne-Hall-Hash,", listserve message to e-mail address, 3/20/2002.

John Hall1

Last Edited 20 May 2002

Marriage   John Hall married Mary "Polly" Hash, daughter of John Hash and Rebecca Anderson.1 

Family Mary "Polly" Hash

Citations
  1. [S259] Ginger Ballard, message titled "Copeland-Osborne-Hall-Hash,", listserve message to e-mail address, 3/20/2002.

Mary Worley1
b. before 1724

Father John Worley1 b. before 1699, d. 1757
Mother Esther ?1 d. circa 1772
Pedigree

Last Edited 22 Aug 2002

Birth before 1724  Mary Worley was born before 1724.2 
  She was the daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1 
Marriage   Mary Worley married Sylvanus Maxey.2,3 

Family Sylvanus Maxey

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S77] Edythe Maxey Clarke, The Maxeys of Virginia, page 336.
  3. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.

Elizabeth Worley1

Father John Worley1 b. before 1699, d. 1757
Mother Esther ?1 d. circa 1772
Pedigree

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

  Elizabeth Worley was the daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1 
Marriage   Elizabeth Worley married Thomas Gibson.2,3,4 

Family Thomas Gibson

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.
  3. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  4. [S51] Benjamin B. Weisiger III, Chesterfield County, Virginia Wills 1749-1774, page 97.

Christian Worley1

Father John Worley1 b. before 1699, d. 1757
Mother Esther ?1 d. circa 1772
Pedigree

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

  Christian Worley was the daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1 
Marriage   Christian Worley married Anthony Agee.1,2,3 

Family Anthony Agee

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  3. [S83] Priscilla Harrss Cabell, Turff & Twigs, page 292.

Jude Worley1

Father John Worley1 b. before 1699, d. 1757
Mother Esther ?1 d. circa 1772
Pedigree

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

  Jude Worley was the daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1 
Marriage   Jude Worley married Humphrey Smith, son of John Smith and Jane Childers.2,3 

Family Humphrey Smith

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  3. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.

Mary (?)

Last Edited 23 Aug 2002

Marriage   Mary (?) married William Worley, son of John Worley and Esther ?

Family William Worley b. before 1718, d. 1787
Children  1. Fanney Worley 1
  2. Elizabeth Worley 1
  3. Raneney Worley 1
  4. Easther Worley 1
  5. Matthew Worley 1
  6. Zachariah Worley 1

Citations
  1. [S326] Joida Whitten, Abstracts of Bedford County, VIrginia Wills, Inventories and Accounts, 1754-1787, pages 171-2.

Anthony Agee

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

Marriage   Anthony Agee married Christian Worley, daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1,2,3 

Family Christian Worley

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  3. [S83] Priscilla Harrss Cabell, Turff & Twigs, page 292.

Sylvanus Maxey

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

Marriage   Sylvanus Maxey married Mary Worley, daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1,2 

Family Mary Worley b. before 1724

Citations
  1. [S77] Edythe Maxey Clarke, The Maxeys of Virginia, page 336.
  2. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.

Thomas Gibson

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

Marriage   Thomas Gibson married Elizabeth Worley, daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.1,2,3 

Family Elizabeth Worley

Citations
  1. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.
  2. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  3. [S51] Benjamin B. Weisiger III, Chesterfield County, Virginia Wills 1749-1774, page 97.

Humphrey Smith

Father John Smith1 d. 1756
Mother Jane Childers1 b. circa 1695
Pedigree

Last Edited 3 Jul 2002

  Humphrey Smith was the son of John Smith and Jane Childers.1 
Marriage   Humphrey Smith married Jude Worley, daughter of John Worley and Esther ?.2,3 

Family Jude Worley

Citations
  1. [S307] Alberta Marjorie Dennstedt, "Progenitors and Kinfolk of Abraham Childers III", pages 3-10.
  2. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  3. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.

John Reynolds
b. between 1802 and 1803, d. before 1847

Father David Reynolds1,2 b. circa 1767, d. 31 August 1821
Mother Sarah Louisa Fowler1 b. between 1780 and 1785, d. 9 April 1849
Pedigree

Last Edited 22 Sep 2002

Birth between 1802 and 1803  John Reynolds was born between 1802 and 1803.2 
  He was the son of David Reynolds and Sarah Louisa Fowler.1,2 
Death before 1847  John Reynolds died before 1847.1 

Citations
  1. [S270] Deed from David Reynolds' heirs to Henry Hobb, Deed Book I3, pages 154-156.
  2. [S429] David Reynolds will (Proven in court September 13, 1821).

Rhinaldo Ferdinand Reynolds1,2
b. between 1810 and 1820

Father David Reynolds2,3 b. circa 1767, d. 31 August 1821
Mother Sarah Louisa Fowler2 b. between 1780 and 1785, d. 9 April 1849
Pedigree

Last Edited 23 Feb 2005

Birth between 1810 and 1820  Rhinaldo Ferdinand Reynolds was born between 1810 and 1820 at Alexandria, Disctict of Columbia.4,5,6 
  He was the son of David Reynolds and Sarah Louisa Fowler.2,3 
Fact 1 22 February 1845  On 22 February 1845, at Alexandria, Disctict of Columbia,, Ferdinand Reynolds of Alexandria sold to Henry Hobb of Alexandria for five dollars one-fourth part of a house and lot on the East side of Fairfax between Wolfe and Duke Streets, being currently in the occupancy of Henry Hobb, subject to the dower right of Louisa Hobb, formerly Louisa Reynolds, mother of the said Ferdinand. The one-fourth of the house was inherited by Ferdinand fom his father David Reynolds, otherwise called James David Reynolds. Ferdinand signed with his mark. [Since we have a specific list of the children of David and Louisa, Ferdinand has to be another name for Rhinaldo.].7 

Citations
  1. (He was named Rhinaldo in his father's will, when he was a child, but as an adult the other son who sold his share of the property was named Ferdinand. So his name was either Rhinaldo Ferdinand or Ferdinand Rhinaldo.).
  2. [S270] Deed from David Reynolds' heirs to Henry Hobb, Deed Book I3, pages 154-156.
  3. [S432] Guardian bond appointing Henry Hobb Guardian of Reynolds children (July 15, 1823).
  4. [S436] District of Columbia US Census 1810.
  5. [S437] District of Columbia US Census 1820 ,image 9 of 76, household of David Reynolds.
  6. [S438] District of Columbia US Census 1830 ,page 244.
  7. [S416] Deed from Ferdinand Reynolds to Henry Hobb, Deed Book E3 page 286-288.

Ann Eliza Reynolds1
b. circa 1811

Father David Reynolds1,2 b. circa 1767, d. 31 August 1821
Mother Sarah Louisa Fowler1 b. between 1780 and 1785, d. 9 April 1849
Pedigree

Last Edited 24 Sep 2002

Birth circa 1811  Ann Eliza Reynolds was born circa 1811 at Alexandria, Disctict of Columbia.3 
  She was the daughter of David Reynolds and Sarah Louisa Fowler.1,2 
Marriage   Ann Eliza Reynolds married Archibald Willis.1 
Census 1840  Ann Eliza Reynolds and Archibald Willis appeared on the census of 1840 at Muskingum, OH, as follows: 220001-10001.4 
(Witness) Fact 1 26 July 1847  On 26 July 1847, at Alexandria, VA,, Archibald and Ann Eliza Willis of Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, James D. and Mary E. Reynolds of Wheeling, Virginia and Richard H. and Elvina M. Hall of Alexandria sold to Henry Hobb of Alexandria for $200 all their right to a tenement and lot in Alexandria on the east side of Fairfax Street between Duke and Wolfe Streets, of which David Reynolds, father of Ann Eliza Willis, James D. Reynolds and Elvina M. Hall died seized intestate, when then descended to them and their brothers Ferdinand and John, the latter of whom having deceased intestate and his interest descended to them and Ferdinand and their mother, now the wife of said Henry Hobb. The six sellers each appeared separately before county officials in their county of residence and acknowledged the deed. Alexandria was part of the District of Columbia from 1789 until it was given back to Virginia in 1847. On a part of this deed Alexandria is referred to as "Alexandria County, Virginia.".1 
Census 1850  Ann Eliza Reynolds and Archibald Willis appeared on the census of 1850 at Muskingum, OH, as follows: Archibald Willis 45 Cooker b VA
Ann E 39 b DC
William A 18 b DC
James D 16 b OH
Benona E 14 b OH
Lewellen H 9 b OH
Ann E 7 b OH.5 

Family Archibald Willis

Citations
  1. [S270] Deed from David Reynolds' heirs to Henry Hobb, Deed Book I3, pages 154-156.
  2. [S432] Guardian bond appointing Henry Hobb Guardian of Reynolds children (July 15, 1823).
  3. [S442] Muskingum County, OH US Census 1850 ,Zanesville Twp, image 63 of 194, household of Archibald Willis.
  4. [S414] Muskingum County, OH US Census 1840 ,Zanesville Twp, image 35 of 63.
  5. [S442] Muskingum County, OH US Census 1850 ,Zanesville Twp, image 63 of 194.

Archibald Willis1

Last Edited 23 Sep 2002

Marriage   Archibald Willis married Ann Eliza Reynolds, daughter of David Reynolds and Sarah Louisa Fowler.1 
Census 1840  Archibald Willis and Ann Eliza Reynolds appeared on the census of 1840 at Muskingum, OH, as follows: 220001-10001.2 
Census 1850  Archibald Willis and Ann Eliza Reynolds appeared on the census of 1850 at Muskingum, OH, as follows: Archibald Willis 45 Cooker b VA
Ann E 39 b DC
William A 18 b DC
James D 16 b OH
Benona E 14 b OH
Lewellen H 9 b OH
Ann E 7 b OH.3 

Family Ann Eliza Reynolds b. circa 1811

Citations
  1. [S270] Deed from David Reynolds' heirs to Henry Hobb, Deed Book I3, pages 154-156.
  2. [S414] Muskingum County, OH US Census 1840 ,Zanesville Twp, image 35 of 63.
  3. [S442] Muskingum County, OH US Census 1850 ,Zanesville Twp, image 63 of 194.

Ellender Elvina Reynolds1
b. between 1813 and 1818

Father David Reynolds1,2 b. circa 1767, d. 31 August 1821
Mother Sarah Louisa Fowler1 b. between 1780 and 1785, d. 9 April 1849
Pedigree

Last Edited 24 Sep 2002

Birth between 1813 and 1818  Ellender Elvina Reynolds was born between 1813 and 1818 at Alexandria, DC.3,4 
  She was the daughter of David Reynolds and Sarah Louisa Fowler.1,2 
Marriage before 1839  Ellender Elvina Reynolds married Richard H. Hall before 1839.1 
Marriage between 1870 and 1888  Ellender Elvina Reynolds married Thomas Myers between 1870 and 1888.5,6 
Census 1840  Ellender Elvina Reynolds and Richard H. Hall appeared on the census of 1840 at Alexandria, DC, as follows: RIchard Hall 000001-10001 (next door to Henry Hobs).7 
(Witness) Fact 1 26 July 1847  On 26 July 1847, at Alexandria, VA,, Archibald and Ann Eliza Willis of Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, James D. and Mary E. Reynolds of Wheeling, Virginia and Richard H. and Elvina M. Hall of Alexandria sold to Henry Hobb of Alexandria for $200 all their right to a tenement and lot in Alexandria on the east side of Fairfax Street between Duke and Wolfe Streets, of which David Reynolds, father of Ann Eliza Willis, James D. Reynolds and Elvina M. Hall died seized intestate, when then descended to them and their brothers Ferdinand and John, the latter of whom having deceased intestate and his interest descended to them and Ferdinand and their mother, now the wife of said Henry Hobb. The six sellers each appeared separately before county officials in their county of residence and acknowledged the deed. Alexandria was part of the District of Columbia from 1789 until it was given back to Virginia in 1847. On a part of this deed Alexandria is referred to as "Alexandria County, Virginia.".1 
Census 1850  Ellender Elvina Reynolds and Richard H. Hall appeared on the census of 1850 at Baltimore, MD, as follows: Richard Hall 45 shoemaker b Virginia
?lvina 37 b Virginia. [The beginning of her name is too faint to see]
Asineth 11 b Virginia
Agnes 6 b VA.8 
Census 1860  Ellender Elvina Reynolds appeared on the census of 1860 at Baltimore, MD, as follows: Charles Wilson 37 b PA
Aseneth 21 b VA
Harry 1 b MD
Elvina Hall 42 b VA
Agnes Hall 15 b VA
Ella Hall 4 b MD.4 

Family 1 Richard H. Hall b. circa 1805, d. between 1853 and 1860
Marriage before 1839  She married Richard H. Hall before 1839.1 

Family 2 Thomas Myers b. circa 1813
Marriage between 1870 and 1888  Ellender Elvina Reynolds married Thomas Myers between 1870 and 1888.5,6 

Citations
  1. [S270] Deed from David Reynolds' heirs to Henry Hobb, Deed Book I3, pages 154-156.
  2. [S432] Guardian bond appointing Henry Hobb Guardian of Reynolds children (July 15, 1823).
  3. [S440] Baltimore County, MD US Census 1850 ,6th Ward page 217, household of RIchard Hall.
  4. [S443] Baltimore County, MD US Census 1860 ,Baltimore, 6th Ward b 460, image 146 of 250, household of Charles Wilson.
  5. [S412] James D. Reynolds (pension in the name of widow Mary E. Reynolds), Civil War pension file.
  6. [S444] Baltimore County, MD US Census 1870 ,Household of Thomas Myers.
  7. [S441] District of Columbia US Census 1840 ,Alexandria East of Washington Street, included in the file for Georgetown, page 202, image 70 of 79.
  8. [S440] Baltimore County, MD US Census 1850 ,6th Ward page 217.

Richard H. Hall1
b. circa 1805, d. between 1853 and 1860

Last Edited 23 Sep 2002

Birth circa 1805  Richard H. Hall was born circa 1805 at VA.2 
Marriage before 1839  He married Ellender Elvina Reynolds, daughter of David Reynolds and Sarah Louisa Fowler, before 1839.1 
Death between 1853 and 1860  Richard H. Hall died between 1853 and 1860 at Baltimore, MD. 
Census 1840  Richard H. Hall and Ellender Elvina Reynolds appeared on the census of 1840 at Alexandria, DC, as follows: RIchard Hall 000001-10001 (next door to Henry Hobs).3 
Census 1850  Richard H. Hall and Ellender Elvina Reynolds appeared on the census of 1850 at Baltimore, MD, as follows: Richard Hall 45 shoemaker b Virginia
?lvina 37 b Virginia. [The beginning of her name is too faint to see]
Asineth 11 b Virginia
Agnes 6 b VA.4 

Family Ellender Elvina Reynolds b. between 1813 and 1818

Citations
  1. [S270] Deed from David Reynolds' heirs to Henry Hobb, Deed Book I3, pages 154-156.
  2. [S440] Baltimore County, MD US Census 1850 ,6th Ward page 217, household of RIchard Hall.
  3. [S441] District of Columbia US Census 1840 ,Alexandria East of Washington Street, included in the file for Georgetown, page 202, image 70 of 79.
  4. [S440] Baltimore County, MD US Census 1850 ,6th Ward page 217.

Jabetz Shuh1
b. before 1755

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 27 Oct 2002

Birth before 1755  Jabetz Shuh was born before 1755. 
  He was the son of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
(Same Note) Fact 1 between 1782 and 1783  Between 1782 and 1783, at Shenandoah County, VA,, The following persons with surname Shoe/Shew/Shu/Shuh were listed for personal property taxes: Joseph, Jabetz, Jacob and Benjamin. 1782 was the first year for which Virginia archived tax listings, so it is not known how many years before 1782 included them..2 
(Same Note) Fact 1 1784  In 1784, at Shenandoah County, VA,, The following persons with surname Shoe/Shew/Shu/Shuh were listed for personal property taxes: Joseph, Jabetz, Catherine and Benjamin. This leads me to believe that Jacob was deceased at this point and "Cath." was the widow..2 
(Same Note) Fact 1 between 1785 and 1794  Between 1785 and 1794, at Shenandoah County, VA,, The following persons with surname Shoe/Shew/Shu/Shuh were listed for personal property taxes: Joseph, Jabetz, and Benjamin. Jabetz was there through 1787 and then not found again. Joseph was there through 1794 and then not found again through 1799. Benjamin was there through 1798 and then not found again. In one year, 1796, a Jacob Shoe was also listed. Since Jacob was the name of their father, any of them could have had a son by that name, or it could have been their brother Jacob..2 
Census 1800  Jabetz Shuh appeared on the census of 1800 at Lancaster County, PA, as follows: Jabush Shew 02011-30301.3 
Census 1810  Jabetz Shuh appeared on the census of 1810 at York County, PA, as follows: Jabez Shue 00101-00301.4 

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.
  2. [S371] Shenandoah County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1782-1818, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  3. [S530] Lancaster, PA US Census 1800, images of microfilm available on line at Anestry.com ,image 6 of 7.
  4. [S531] York, PA US Census 1810, images of microfilm available on line at Anestry.com ,image 1 of 3.

Philip Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Philip Shuh was the son of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.

Augustine Shuh1
b. 2 April 1776

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 16 Oct 2005

Birth 2 April 1776  Augustine Shuh was born on 2 April 1776.2 
  He was the son of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
Marriage 18 June 1803  Augustine Shuh married Dorothy Stickley on 18 June 1803 at Shenandoah County, VA.3 
(Same Note) Fact 1 between 1801 and 1816  Between 1801 and 1816, at Shenandoah County, VA,, Joseph Shoe was listed for personal property taxes. Beginning in 1804, Augustine was also listed. He continued on the list through 1818, which is as far as I checked. In 1816-1818 Abram Shue/Shew was also listed..4 
Census 1810  Augustine Shuh appeared on the census of 1810 at Shenandoah County, VA, as follows: 20010-11010.5 
Census 1820  Augustine Shuh appeared on the census of 1820 at Shenandoah County, VA, as follows: 211110-30010.6 

Family Dorothy Stickley

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.
  2. [S376] George M. Smith and Klaus Wust, Strasburg Lutheran German Records 1768-1829, page 28.
  3. [S374] Jordan R. Dodd, Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850, Precision Indexing Publishers, Bountiful, UT).
  4. [S371] Shenandoah County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1782-1818, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  5. [S375] Shenandoah County, VA US Census 1810 ,image 2 of 4.
  6. [S378] Shenandoah County, VA US Census 1820 ,image 2 of 6.

Benjamin Shuh1
b. before 1761

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 28 Aug 2005

Birth before 1761  Benjamin Shuh was born before 1761. 
  He was the son of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
(Same Note) Fact 1 between 1782 and 1783  Between 1782 and 1783, at Shenandoah County, VA,, The following persons with surname Shoe/Shew/Shu/Shuh were listed for personal property taxes: Joseph, Jabetz, Jacob and Benjamin. 1782 was the first year for which Virginia archived tax listings, so it is not known how many years before 1782 included them..2 
(Same Note) Fact 1 1784  In 1784, at Shenandoah County, VA,, The following persons with surname Shoe/Shew/Shu/Shuh were listed for personal property taxes: Joseph, Jabetz, Catherine and Benjamin. This leads me to believe that Jacob was deceased at this point and "Cath." was the widow..2 
(Same Note) Fact 1 between 1785 and 1794  Between 1785 and 1794, at Shenandoah County, VA,, The following persons with surname Shoe/Shew/Shu/Shuh were listed for personal property taxes: Joseph, Jabetz, and Benjamin. Jabetz was there through 1787 and then not found again. Joseph was there through 1794 and then not found again through 1799. Benjamin was there through 1798 and then not found again. In one year, 1796, a Jacob Shoe was also listed. Since Jacob was the name of their father, any of them could have had a son by that name, or it could have been their brother Jacob..2 

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.
  2. [S371] Shenandoah County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1782-1818, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.

Elizabeth Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Elizabeth Shuh was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
Marriage   Elizabeth Shuh married ? Wissegirver.1 

Family ? Wissegirver

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.

Margaret Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Margaret Shuh was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
Marriage   Margaret Shuh married ? Mauk.1 

Family ? Mauk

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.

Blandina Shuh1,2,3
b. 13 November 1754, d. 13 January 1790

Father Jacob Shuh2 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 30 Nov 2002

Birth 13 November 1754  Blandina Shuh was born on 13 November 1754.4 
  She was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.2 
Marriage before 1786  Blandina Shuh married John Holtz, son of Benedict Holtz and Susanna Bohein, before 1786.2,5 
Death 13 January 1790  Blandina Shuh died on 13 January 1790 at Frederick, MD, at age 35.4 

Family John Holtz b. between 1753 and 1766, d. 1820
Children  1. Susanna Holtz b. 8 Jan 17866
  2. Elizabeth Holtz+ b. 9 Dec 1787, d. bt 1866 - 18707

Citations
  1. She was listed as "Landenia" in the estate settlement of Jacob Shue, but that is the single mention I've found of the names of Jacob's daughters. John Holtz's wife is named in Frederick, MD church records as Blandina or Blantina. I assume the person who wrote her name in the Shenandoah County will book just left out the "B" or misunderstood what her name was.
  2. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.
  3. [S578] William J. Hinke and E.W. Reineke (translators), Records of the Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, Maryland 1746-1800, pages 55, 59, 114.
  4. [S578] William J. Hinke and E.W. Reineke (translators), Records of the Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, Maryland 1746-1800, page 114.
  5. [S65] Ancestral File,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler.
  6. [S578] William J. Hinke and E.W. Reineke (translators), Records of the Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, Maryland 1746-1800, page 55.
  7. [S578] William J. Hinke and E.W. Reineke (translators), Records of the Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, Maryland 1746-1800, page 59.

Sabina Shuh1
b. 14 November 1754, d. 24 October 1836

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 27 Oct 2002

Birth 14 November 1754  Sabina Shuh was born on 14 November 1754.2 
  She was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
Marriage 31 May 1782  Sabina Shuh married John Lochmiller on 31 May 1782 at Shenandoah County, VA.1,3 
Death 24 October 1836  Sabina Shuh died on 24 October 1836 at Jackson Twp, Washington County, IN, at age 81.2 
Fact 1 13 July 1784  On 13 July 1784, at Strasburg, PA,, Joseph Schuh and wife were the godparents to the son of Johannes Lochmuller and wife (Joseph's sister Sabina)..4 

Family John Lochmiller

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.
  2. [S532] Ewald, Trudy. Website, on line at http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=1876457.
  3. [S374] Jordan R. Dodd, Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850, Precision Indexing Publishers, Bountiful, UT).
  4. [S376] George M. Smith and Klaus Wust, Strasburg Lutheran German Records 1768-1829, page 20.

Rosina Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Rosina Shuh was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
Marriage   Rosina Shuh married George Summer.2,1 

Family George Summer

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.
  2. [S271] Don Everhart, If the Shoe Fits, page 57.

Gartrout Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Gartrout Shuh was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 
Marriage   Gartrout Shuh married ? Hawke.1 

Family ? Hawke

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.

Eva Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Eva Shuh was the daughter of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.

Jacob Shuh1

Father Jacob Shuh1 d. 1785
Mother Catharina ? d. between 21 January 1784 and 1786
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

  Jacob Shuh was the son of Jacob Shuh and Catharina ?.1 

Citations
  1. [S273] Shenandoah County Courthouse, Woodstock, Virginia, Estate Settlement of Jacob Shuh.

William Worley
b. before 1752

Father John Worley Jr. b. before 1720, d. between 1777 and 1778
Pedigree

Last Edited 1 Oct 2002

Birth before 1752  William Worley was born before 1752. 
  He was the son of John Worley Jr.
Note   Why I think William is probably the son of John Jr. He refers to "my sister's son Obediah Smith" in his will. We know of two Worley women who married Smiths, Jude, daughter of John Sr who married Humphrey Smith and Mary daughter of John Jr who married James Smith. Jude had a brother named William who lived until 1787 in Bedford County. I suppose it's possible that that William wrote a will earlier in life that was recorded for some reason while he was still alive, but I don't think that sort of thing happened. The more likely explanation is that he was referring to Mary wife of James, which would make this William a son of John Jr. 
Fact 1 1770  In 1770, at Amelia County, VA,, W. Worley was listed for personal property taxes in the household of Thomas Walthall, along with Jacob Brinth and 15 slaves. Presumably Whirley and Brinth were overseers or some other type of employee. Whirley was not listed in the Walthall household in 1768 or 1769. The list for 1771 was incomplete..1 
Will 25 February 1773  William Worley left a will on 25 February 1773 at Amelia County, VA. Text of the will: In the name of God, Amen. I William Worley of the Parish of Raleigh in the County of Amelia being of sound of disposing mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form Following, that is to say, Imprimis, I will that all my Debts and Funeral charges be paid and discharged by my Executors herein After named.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Sister's son Obediah Smith in Cumberland County my two mares and all my Wearing Apparel, one rug, one bed tick, one sheet, one blanket and twelve pound of Feathers, and all the money that is owing to me. When my debts is paid out of it to him and his heirs forever. Lastly I do make and Constitute Joseph Baw in Cumberland County and Alexander Marshall in Chesterfield County Executors of this my last Will and Testament, Revoking all WIlls formerly made either by Writing or Otherwise. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this twenty-fifth day of February in the Year of Our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and seventy three. Signed, Sealed and pronounced by the said William Worley as his last will and testament in the presence of us, who in his presence and the presence of Each Other have hereunto subscribed our names. Arthur Moseley, Thomas Moseley, John Moseley, Abraham Baugh. (This will is in the Ameila County will book, but there is no notation following it that it was proven by the witnesses or officially recordrd. I assume this was just a mistake; I cannot understand why it would have been copied into the will book if it was not an official recording.).2 

Citations
  1. [S469] Lists of tithables, 1736-1771 Amelia County, Virginia, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  2. [S308] William Worley will (Written February 25, 1773).

Reynaud Renny Worley1
b. circa 1758, d. March 1853

Father Joseph Worley b. between 1735 and 1741
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Nov 2002

Birth circa 1758  Reynaud Renny Worley was born circa 1758 at Chesterfield County, VA.2 
  He was the son of Joseph Worley
Marriage 10 February 1787  Reynaud Renny Worley married Nancy Worley, daughter of John Worley III and Dorothy ?, on 10 February 1787 at Campbell County, VA.3 
Death March 1853  Reynaud Renny Worley died in March 1853 at Bedford County, VA.2 
Note   Why I think Renny was probably the son of Joseph Worley: He was obvioously related to the family, based on the marriage to Nancy and the deed from Joshua for $1.00. Based on his age, he could be a son of Joseph or John III, or of Peter (since we know little about Peter's age), or even a younger son of John Jr. He's not a son of John III since he married John III's daughter. For the same reason he wouldn't be a son of John Jr, or Nancy would be his niece. He lived in the same county as Joseph and not as Peter, so Joseph is the most likely father. 
(Witness) Marriage 9 May 1788  Reynaud Renny Worley witnessed the marriage of Daniel Worley and Rachel Copeland on 9 May 1788 at Charlotte County, VA.4,5,3 
Fact 1 between 1799 and 1828  Between 1799 and 1828, at Charlotte County, VA,, Renny or Reynaud Worley was listed for personal property taxes. He was listed as Reynaud until 1821 and Renny after that. 1828 was also the last year in which Joshua was listed in Charlotte County..6 
Fact 1 2 April 1813  On 2 April 1813, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joshua Worley sold to "Reno" Worley for $1, 70 acres on Horse Pen Creek, bounded by Todd, "the road" and the mill path. Joshua reserves 1 acres for a meeting house. Witnessed by Samuel Moses, Ben Marshall, Nicholas Edmunds, Watkins Dupuy.7 
Fact 1 between 1829 and 1846  Between 1829 and 1846, at Bedford County, VA,, Rainey or Raney Worley was listed for personal property taxes..8 

Family Nancy Worley b. circa 1759
Marriage 10 February 1787  Reynaud Renny Worley married Nancy Worley, daughter of John Worley III and Dorothy ?, on 10 February 1787 at Campbell County, VA.3 

Citations
  1. (Note about the name. He is referred to in most documents as Renny or Rainey, but on the deed from Joshua his name was listed as "Reno," which I suppose is an Americanized spelling of Reynaud. In the tax lists for a number of years he is listed as "Reynaud." There was an Reynaud family in the Manakin settlement. I suspect Renny's mother may have been a Reynaud.).
  2. [S309] Marvin U. Neighbors, Bedford County, VA Death Records 1853-1860, 1868-1880 not published, 1988, page 5.
  3. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  4. [S293] Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Charlotte County, Virginia 1764-1815, page 93.
  5. [S294] Charlotte County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  6. [S300] Lydney District, Gloucestershire, England 1841 census, microfilm viewed at the LDS Family HIstory Library in Salt Lake City.
  7. [S290] Deed from Joshua Worley to Reno Worley, Deed Book 12, page 193.
  8. [S306] Bedford County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1782-1851, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.

Joshua Worley
b. 22 February 1759, d. November 1834

Father Joseph Worley b. between 1735 and 1741
Pedigree

Last Edited 3 Oct 2002

Birth 22 February 1759  Joshua Worley was born on 22 February 1759 at Chesterfield County, VA.1 
  He was the son of Joseph Worley
Death November 1834  Joshua Worley died in November 1834 at Bedford County, VA, at age 75. 
Note   Why I think Joshua is probably the son of Joseph Worley: Joseph sold Joshua his land when he left Charlotte County, and later Joshua sold land to Renny for $1.00. Joshua performed the marraiges of Joseph's children Daniel and Rhoda. Joshua and Renny are probably brothers because of the $1.00 deed and the fact that they are close in age. Renny cannot be John III's son so Joshua can't either. The other possibility is that Joshua is a younger son of John JR, which would make him an uncle to Renny. It's less likely that an uncle would sell land to a nephew for $1.00 I would think. 
Fact 1 between 1785 and 1828  Between 1785 and 1828, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joshua Worley was listed for personal property taxes..2 
Fact 1 29 June 1786  On 29 June 1786, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joseph Worley sold to Joshua Worley for 25 lbs, 100 acres on the waters of Little Cub Creek, bounded by Cock, William St. John, Emanuel Almond, Matthew Jordan. The land is said to be "clear of all titles dower," which I assume means Joseph's wife is deceased. Witnessed by Andrew Wallace, William Marshall, Matthew Jordan and John Hewitt..3 
Fact 1 1787  In 1787, at Charlotte County, VA,, A list of early Methodist ministers licensed to perform marriages in Charlotte included Joshua Worley, licensed in 1787..4 
(Minister) Marriage 9 May 1788  Joshua Worley performed the marriage of Daniel Worley and Rachel Copeland on 9 May 1788 at Charlotte County, VA.5,6,7 
(Minister) Marriage 15 May 1789  Joshua Worley performed the marriage of Moses Worley and Rhoda Worley on 15 May 1789 at Campbell County, VA.8 
Fact 1 31 March 1792  On 31 March 1792, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joshua Worley bought from William Copeland for 10 lbs, 80 acres on Horse Pen Creek, bordering Worley's current line "where said Copeland now lives, where John Copeland formerly lived." Witnessed by Andrew Wallace, William Marshall and Matthew Jordan..9 
Fact 1 25 March 1793  On 25 March 1793, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joshua Worley bought from Henry Hines for 30 lbs, 50 acres on the branches of Little Cub Creek, "where Emanuel Almond formerly lived," bordering George Fore, Floyd. Witnessed by Andrew Wallace, John Fore, George Fore..10 
Fact 1 2 April 1813  On 2 April 1813, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joshua Worley sold to "Reno" Worley for $1, 70 acres on Horse Pen Creek, bounded by Todd, "the road" and the mill path. Joshua reserves 1 acres for a meeting house. Witnessed by Samuel Moses, Ben Marshall, Nicholas Edmunds, Watkins Dupuy.11 
Fact 1 between 1829 and 1834  Between 1829 and 1834, at Bedford County, VA,, Joshua Worley was listed for personal property taxes..12 
Will 11 November 1834  Joshua Worley left a will on 11 November 1834 at Bedford County, VA. I Joshua Worley of the county of Bedford and State of Virginia, do hereby make my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say. First I desire after my decease that all my just debts shall be paid and desire that my executors hereinafter mentioned do first sell the land on which I now reside on such terms as they may think best and pay to my creditors the nett amount of the money arising from such sale and if there should remain a balance of my debts unpaid, I do hereby authorize my executor to sell as much of my personal estate as may be sufficient to discharge the same. Secondly. The balance of my estate I give to my two children Martha J. Worley and Joshua J. Worley to be equally divided between them and lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my friends Martin P. Burke and Bernard Rucker executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other or former wills or testaments by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 11th day of November, 1834. Joshua Worley
Witness
Edmd Logewood
Robert McClintock
Jesse Coffee
[The last will and testament of Joshua Worley deceased was proven in court 11/24/1834 by oath of Robert McClintock and 11/26/1834 by oath of Jesse Coffee.].13 

Citations
  1. [S313] Revolutionary War pension file of Joshua Worley, on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
  2. [S300] Lydney District, Gloucestershire, England 1841 census, microfilm viewed at the LDS Family HIstory Library in Salt Lake City.
  3. [S287] Deed from Joseph Worley to Joshua Worley, Deed Book 5, page 168.
  4. [S292] Ann P. Keller, Lura B. Nichols, Barbara R. Walker Timothy S. Ailsworth, Charlotte County, Rich Indeed.
  5. [S293] Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Charlotte County, Virginia 1764-1815, page 93.
  6. [S294] Charlotte County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  7. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  8. [S199] Lucy Harrison Miller Baber and Hazel Letts Williamson, Marriages of Campbell County, Virginia 1782-1810, page 106.
  9. [S288] Deed from William Copeland to Joshua Worley, Deed Book 6, page 179.
  10. [S289] Deed from Henry Hines to Joshua Worley, Deed Book 6, page 241-242.
  11. [S290] Deed from Joshua Worley to Reno Worley, Deed Book 12, page 193.
  12. [S306] Bedford County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1782-1851, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  13. [S482] Joshua Worley will (Written Nov. 11, 1834, proven in court Nov 24, 1834).

Keziah ?Maxey1

Last Edited 19 Aug 2002

Marriage   Keziah ?Maxey married Silas Worley, son of John Worley Jr..1 

Family Silas Worley b. between 1754 and 1756

Citations
  1. [S262] Daniel Martin Worley, Worley Family Articles for The Heritage of Habersham Co, GA.

John Smith1
d. 1756

Last Edited 19 Aug 2002

Marriage   John Smith married Jane Childers.1 
Death 1756  John Smith died in 1756.1 

Family Jane Childers b. circa 1695
Children  1. Humphrey Smith 1
  2. James Smith 1

Citations
  1. [S307] Alberta Marjorie Dennstedt, "Progenitors and Kinfolk of Abraham Childers III", pages 3-10.

Jane Childers1
b. circa 1695

Last Edited 19 Aug 2002

Birth circa 1695  Jane Childers was born circa 1695.1 
Marriage   She married John Smith.1 

Family John Smith d. 1756
Children  1. Humphrey Smith 1
  2. James Smith 1

Citations
  1. [S307] Alberta Marjorie Dennstedt, "Progenitors and Kinfolk of Abraham Childers III", pages 3-10.

James Smith1

Father John Smith1 d. 1756
Mother Jane Childers1 b. circa 1695
Pedigree

Last Edited 9 Sep 2002

  James Smith was the son of John Smith and Jane Childers.1 
Marriage October 1760  James Smith married Mary Worley, daughter of John Worley Jr., in October 1760 at Manakin Town, Cumberland County, VA.1 

Family Mary Worley b. before 1743

Citations
  1. [S307] Alberta Marjorie Dennstedt, "Progenitors and Kinfolk of Abraham Childers III", pages 3-10.

George Bowles
b. between 1821 and 1824

Father Reuben Bowles
Mother Elizabeth Betsy Worley b. circa 1790
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2002

Birth between 1821 and 1824  George Bowles was born between 1821 and 1824 at Franklin County, VA. 
  He was the son of Reuben Bowles and Elizabeth Betsy Worley
Census 1850  George Bowles appeared on the census of 1850 at Floyd County, VA, as follows: George Bowls 26 b Franklin, Lucy Bowls 18, Betsy Bowls 59 b unknown.1 
Census 1860  George Bowles appeared on the census of 1860 at Franklin County, VA, as follows: George Bowles 39 farmer, Martha A 33, Isaac N 6, Jacob H 4, Margaret 3, John F 1, Ameirca Brown 22 domestic, Elizabeth Bowles 75, Saml Worley 65. Places of birth left blank. I suspect that the census taker got information on this family from a neighbor since neither George's nor Elizabeth's age fits with prior years.2 

Citations
  1. [S320] Floyd County, VA US Census 1850.
  2. [S321] Franklin County, VA US Census 1860 ,SW District, image 57 of 189.

Fanney Worley1

Father William Worley1 b. before 1718, d. 1787
Mother Mary (?)1
Pedigree

Last Edited 23 Aug 2002

  Fanney Worley was the daughter of William Worley and Mary (?).1 

Citations
  1. [S326] Joida Whitten, Abstracts of Bedford County, VIrginia Wills, Inventories and Accounts, 1754-1787, pages 171-2.

Elizabeth Worley1

Father William Worley1 b. before 1718, d. 1787
Mother Mary (?)1
Pedigree

Last Edited 23 Aug 2002

  Elizabeth Worley was the daughter of William Worley and Mary (?).1 

Citations
  1. [S326] Joida Whitten, Abstracts of Bedford County, VIrginia Wills, Inventories and Accounts, 1754-1787, pages 171-2.


       

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Karen Reynolds Worley
Wilkesboro, NC

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