Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions, Virginia Genealogical Society, 1982 reprint
p. 114: Thomas Southall: File 397. Northampton Co. Court Records 1786-1799. Thomas was a private in the 9th VA Regiment who died in service either in Feb or Mar 1777. Elizabeth Southall was his widow and had a child around 10 years old (from 11 Oct 1786 deposition). Elizabeth was alive between 1786-1799. Pension was authorized.
p. 7: Sep 1794: John Southall, et al appointed to examine pensioner Jasper Bedolph.
p. 1: P. Southall attested to 10 June 1783 deposition re Jacob Alford, Albemarle Co.
p. 5: P. Southall notation to file of Benj. Barbee, Culpeper Co.
p. 19: P. Southall made copy of discharge re Miles Cardiff, Rockbridge Co.
p. 27: P. Southall made copy of discharge re John Corbett, Henrico Co.
p. 32: P. Southall made copy of discharge re James Davenport, Louisa Co.
p. 48: P. Southall witness re Francis Gray, Caroline Co.
p. 57: P. Southall, et al, endorsed warrant re William Hogan, Goochland Co. [Note -- John Shelton was present at the Feb 1787 court session.]
p. 124: P. Southall, et al, endorsed warrant re Henry Townsend, Shenandoah Co.
Virginia Regimental Histories Series, 18th VA Infantry, James I. Robertson, 1984
p. 78: A. J. Southall; Co. E, Cumberland Co.; mustered 12 Jul 1864; entered Chimborazo Hospital 24 Aug 1864 for debility and died there on 5 Sep 1864.
p. 78: William W. Southall; Co. C, Nottoway Co.; no muster date; surrendered 9 Apr 1865, Appomattox.
Virginia Regimental Histories Series, 12th VA Infantry, Wm. D. Henderson, 1984
p. 157: John A. Southall; enlisted 18 Mar 1862, Petersburg; private, Co. C, "Petersburg New Grays"; sick in hospital Jul 1862 - Aug 1862; died in hospital 2 Aug 1862 of typhoid fever.
Richmond Volunteers, The Volunteer Companies of the City of Richmond and Henrico Co., VA, 1861-1865, by Louis H. Manarin and Lee Wallace, Jr., 1969
p. 86: George D. Southall; private; Purcell Battery; mustered 20 May 1861.
p. 123: R. P. Southall; private; Governors Mounted Guard; mustered 8 May 1861.
p. 274: Henry C. Southall and Wm. A. Southall; both privates; Richmond Light Infantry Blues; mustered 17 Jun 1861.
p. 293: Henry Southall; private; Varina Artillery.
Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution [sss note -- need remainder of source info]
p. 696: Index: Furney Southall, pp. 163 and 20; John Southall, p. 558; Stephen Southall, pp. 160, 180, 595, and 6068
p. 20: Pierce's Register (NC Certificates 89, 501-91, 938): #89414, Furney Southall
p. 163: 10th Regiment, Col. Abraham Shepard. Furney Southall; Rank -- Pt; Co. Raiford's; Dates of enlistment & commission -- 5 May 1781; Period of service: 2 years W [?what does "W" stand for?]; Occurrences -- Pt. Sep 1782.
p. 558: Army accounts of the NC line -- settled by the commissioners at Warrenton 1786. #1819 John Southall; received by William Faircloth; no remarks.
p. 160: 10th Regiment, Col. Abraham Shepard. Stephen Southall, Lieutenant; ?Coleman's Co.?; Dates of enlistment & commission -- 1 Apr 1778; Occurrences -- resigned 4 Oct 1778.
p. 180: NC Revolutionary Army accounts, Vol. II, Book AA -- Ferney Southall, soldier.
p. 595: Army returns -- list of officers that served in the 2nd Battalion since 9 Jan 1778. Field Officers: 48. Stephen Southall; date of commission -- Apr. 1st ; no remarks.
p. 606: Roll of Capt. Benj. Coleman's Co., 2nd NC Battalion, commanded by Col. John Patton, White Plains, 9 Sep 1778: Ben Coleman, Capt.; Sam'l Budd, 1st Lt.; Stephen Southall, Lt.
Notes from various sources by Susan Shields Sasek, 11 May 1990. My notes or items I was unsure about are in brackets [ ].
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