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Clark family appears to originate from
Christopher Clark who was born about 1681. His
parentage has not yet been proven. Many
have speculated, without convincing evidence,
that he descended from Sir John Clark de Forde,
Knight, of Kent County, England and that William
- the descendant of John Clark, along with his
uncle emigrated to Virginia where a Power of
Attorney dated December 1671, states:
"John Clark of Wrotham, in the county of
Kent, Esq., nephew and sole heir-at-law of John
Clark, formerly of Virginia, merchant, deceased,
who was a son of Sr. John Clark, Knight, of
Wrotham, long since deceased, and younger and
only brother of William Clark, Knight, lately
deceased, which Sir William Clark was father of
me, John Clark, his son and heir."
The arrival of the Clarks
to the American colony has traditionally been
written that the Moorman family emigrated with a
Clark family of five brothers and one Terrell in
1669 on the ship Glasgow for
Barbados. The Clarks stayed in Barbados until the
next year. In 1670, the Moorman family and the
one Terrell set sail for Carolina while the
Clarks remained in Barbados. The vessel was said
to have been blown off course to the north by a
storm and they made landfall on an Island in a
river in Virginia where some disembarked. The
ship then voyaged to Carolina.
hold the tradition that an Edward Clarke of
Suffolk, England who was married to Diana Haywood
in Suffolk on October 11, 1611 was the first of
the Clarks to come to Virginia. They were said to
have come to Jamestown sometime between 1611 and
1622 and appear in York Co. records in 1625 and
is later referred to as "an ancient
The writings of
McNaught state that "Christopher Clark,
possibly the son of Edward and Diana Haywood
Clarke, was born sometime between 1612 and 1620
in England or Virginia. He married Rebecca in
about 1646/164y. Their children were:
Clark - born February 23, 1648.
Clark - born January 6, 1649.
Clark - born December 3, 1651.
Clark - born June 14, 1654.
Clark - born May 4, 1657.
Clark - born June 19 1659.
Clark - born February 10, 1661.
Clark - born August 4, 1663
Clark - born November 17, 1666.
|McNaught goes on
further to explain that "the following was
copied in 1881 from a Bible in possession of Mrs.
Hudson of Elberton, Georgia: 'Christopher
Clarke,, son of Christopher Clarke, born in
Virginia in 1698. Micajah Clarke, son of
Christopher Clarke, born in virginia april 20,
1737. Milly Terrell born in Virginia June 7,
1740, wife of Christopher Clark.
Whether or not the
Christopher Clark family came to the colonies by
way of Barbadoes has not been substantiated. That
these families are extremely interwined in the
early Virginia records, there is no doubt. The
continual changing of the county lines in early
Virginia makes it very difficult to follow,
however there is enough documentation on the
families in land, will, and Quaker records to at
least prove the line from Christopher Clark who
mentions in his will, his daughter Elizabeth
Anthony of which I descend.
There is also in
the same county, an order granting probate of the
will of a John Clark to Nicholas Clark, his
executor, which was dated 24 Sep 1689, but
nothing to prove that Christopher descends from
this same Clark family of England who had made
their way to the Virginia colony by way of
Barbados, although records of the Christ Church
Parish does lists Christopher Clark as having 60
acres of land and 31 slaves in the year 1680.
Christopher has land in Hanover County, Virginia
which it is speculated that he may have inherited
from his father. This county, was at that time
Kent County, the portion known as St. Paul's
parish, was officially formed from it in 1720.
Christopher and Nicholas Meriwether patented 927
acres of land in the same county and became the
first settlers in Albemarle County, VA. The road
cut by him from his property at Green Spring to
his land there, became known as "Clark's
It should be noted
that Albemarle County was not formed until 1744
when portions of it were taken from Goochland
(formed from Henrico in 1728), and then again in
1761 from Louisa County. Louisa county having
been formed from Hanover in 1742. A list of the
Virginia counties, their formation and early
cities can be found at VA GenWeb Counties.
whose ancestry has not been proven, is said to
have married Penelope Johnson*, daughter of
Edward of Scotland who was the son of Arthur
Johnston, the Latin Poet and Physician whose 2nd
wife was Barbara Gordon. Edward emigrated
to America where he was living in Blissland
Parish, Virginia in 1677 with wife Elizabeth
What is known is
that Christopher became a successful tobacco
planter and a man of vast wealth, owning more
than 5,000 acres of land in Louisa and Albemarle
counties. He had been one of the first Justices
of Louisa County, and Captain in the militia up
until the time he became a Quaker late in life.
In 1749 Christopher was one of the Overseers of a
Friends Meeting near Sugar Loaf Mountain.
The will of
Christopher Clark was made 14 Aug 1741 and
probated in Louisa County, VA on 28 May
1754. He mentions in his will his son Edward, his
daughters Agnes Johnson, Rachel Moorman, Sarah
Lynch, and Elizabeth Anthony; also sons Micajah
and Bowling; and wife Penelope.
If you have
interest in the ancestry of Christopher, I
suggest you visit Linda Starr's site Clark Reports which gathers information
and discusses these Clark families of England,
Barbados, Virginia and North Carolina.
*Penelope's last name has
remained in some dispute as well. Some claiming
she was a Massie and others a Bolling. It is my
belief that she was a Johnson. Whether the
daughter of Edward, I remain uncertain.
CHRISTOPHER CLARK & PENELOPE
Clark - born 1710 in Hanover County,
VA and died 1783 in Louisa County, VA
and married Anne Paulette, said to be
the niece of Sir Thomas Paulette, the
first owner of "Westover"
later owned by William Byrd.
- Agnes Clark - born 1712 in
Hanover County, VA. She married
Benjamin Johnson and died in
- Rachel Clark - born 1714 in
Virginia. She married Thomas
Moorman, and died 10 Jun 1792. Her
father willed her four hundred acres
in Hanover County, near Captain
Dorsey's land, and one negro.
"3rd: I give my loving daughter
Rachel Moorman, four hundred acres of
land in Hanover County, near to
Captain Thomas Dancey and one negro
woman named Moll with her increase
and all things else that she has had
in her possession whatever was
- Sarah Clark - born 1716 in
Hanover County, VA. She married (1)
Charles Lynch and married (2) Major
John Ward on 27 Dec 1766 in Bedford
County, VA. She died in 1792.
- Micajah Clark - born 16 Sep
1718 in Hanover County, VA. He was
willed five hundred acres of land in
Hanover County, VA. He married Judith
Adams and was an ancestor of Francis
Scott Key. Micajah was a very close
friend of Thomas Jefferson and as a
surveyor, laid off much of his land
and was an aid to him in many of his
- Elizabeth Clark - born 15 Feb
1720 in Hanover County, VA. She
married Joseph Anthony and died 1825
in VA. Was willed four hundred acres
of land in Goochland County,
Clark - born 1722 in Virginia and
married Wineford Buford. He was
willed four hundred acres in Hanover
County joining the land of Thomas
Carr, ten young negroes, his father's
trooping arms, his great Bible, and
all his father's law books.
Biography of Thomas Paulett
Westover Plantation - Charles City
abstract of Christopher Clark's will, which was
proved May 28, 1754 and recorded in Louisa
In the name of
God, Amen, I Christopher Clar, being .... do make
this my last will and testament as followeth:
First, I give
my son Edward one gun and all my wearing clothes,
and all things else that he ever was possessed of
that ever were mine.
2ndly, I give my loving daughter agnes Johnson
one negro wench ... and wahtever else she has or
ever had in possession that ... mine.
3rdly, I give my loving daughter Rachell Moorman
four hundred acres ... in Hanover County, near
Captain Dorsey, and one negro ... and all things
else that she has had in her possession that ever
4thly, I give my loving daughter Sarah Lynch 1
negro boy &c.
5thly, I give my loving son Micajah Clark five
hundred acres of ... Hanover County, the same
whereon I now live, &c.
6thly, I give to myloving son Bowling Clark four
hundred acres ... in Hanover County ... joining
the land of Mr. Thomas Carr ... ten young
negroes.. my trooping arms, my great Bible and
all my law books.
I give my loving daughter Elizabeth Anghony four
hundred acres in Goochland County &c.
I lend to my wife penelope Clark all the rest of
my estate ...&c. ...set my hand and fixed my
seal this the fourteenth day of Aug. 1744.
Christopher Clark [Seal]
|Agnes Clark who was born in 1712, married
Benjamin Johnson in 1728. Benjamin was born in
Virginia on 18 Apr 1705 and was the son of Sir
William Johnson of Scotland and Sarah
(Massie). Sarah was the granddaughter of
the Earl of Shaftesbury.
AGNES (CLARK) & BENJAMIN JOHNSON
Johnson - born 10 Apr 1729 in Louisa
County, VA. She died 09 January
Johnson - born 22 Nov 1731 in
Virginia. He married Elizabeth
Moorman, daughter of Charles and Mary
(Adams) and were the parents of six
Johnson - born 25 Apr 1734.
Johnson, Jr. - born 24 Aug 1736 in
Louisa Co., VA; died 1756. He married
in 1756 Lucy Moorman was was born 20
Feb 1741 in Campbell County, VA and
was also the daughter of Charles
Moorman and Mary Adams.
Johnson - born 8 May 1739.
Johnson - born 8 Sep 1741.
Johnson - born 4 may 1744.
Johnson - born 22 Dec 1747 in Bedford
Johnson - not known.
|Rachel Clark, the daughter of
Christopher and Penelope, married Thomas Moorman
in about 1729/1730 in Louisa Co., VA. Thomas was
born 4 Sep 1705 in Louisa Co., VA and was the son
of Charles Moorman and Elizabeth Reynolds.
Rachel inherited 400 acres
of land in Hanover county from her father, and in
about 1746, they moved from Louisa County and
became members of the Golansville, Caroline
County Monthly Meeting. In 1765 Thomas
resigned as an overseer and bought 200 acres of
land on Tomahawk Creek and began to move there in
February. Arriving in March, the Monthly Meeting
to which they were recommended, found that Thomas
had not settled his worldly affairs to the
satisfaction of the members of the Monthly
Meeting, and thereby were not received on
The Will of Thomas
Moorman was dated 2 Jul 1765, and was witnessed
by Henry Tate, William Anthony, and Christopher
Anthony. His Executors were his wife and sons
Zachariah and Micajah. His death was recorded in
the Friends records and reported to the Virginia
Yearly Meeting. A memorial of his life was read
at the South River Monthly Meeting on 6 June
1767. On the 25th of August in 1768, Rachel
married William Ballard of the Cedar Creek
Monthly Meeting and died on 10 June 1792 at the
age of eighty two.
RACHEL (CLARK) & THOMAS MOORMAN
Moorman - born 12th month 19th day of
1730 (19 Feb 1731) in Hanover
Co., VA. She married (1) Benjamin
Johnson, the son of John Johnson and
Lucretia Massie and (2) John Miller
who lived at Lynchburg and kept a
tavern. She died in 1814.
Moorman - born 2nd day of the
2nd month of 1732 (2 Apr 1732)
in Virginia and married Elizabeth
Terrell who died 14 July 1773;
and married (2) Elizabeth
Johnson. Zachariah died on 15
Terrell Moorman - born in 1734,
married Rachel Harris in December of
Moorman - born 6th month of the 28th
day of 1735 (28 Aug 1735) in Hanover
Co., VA; died 1806 in Lynchburg,
Campbell Co., VA. At the Cedar Creek
Monthly Meeting, he married Susannah
Chiles of Caroline County, daughter
of Manoah and had who was born
in 1738, and had by her several
children, five of whom married into
the Johnson family. It is stated that
before Micajah's death in 1806, he
freed his slaves.
Moorman - born 02 April 1738 and died
Moorman - born 06 August 1740 and may
have married Elizabeth Adams around
- Mildred Moorman - born 25 Jan
1743 in Hanover Co., VA; married
James Johnson 12 Nov 1758 in Louisa
County, VA and had by him one son,
Christopher who was born in
Moorman - born 1744 and was listed in
his father's will.
Moorman - married William Johnson and
is listed in her father's will dated
Moorman - listed in his father's will
as inheriting along with his brother
Pleasant, 400 acres of land on
Permunkey River in Louisa County.
married first, Rebecca Leftwich and
second, Nancy Hancock.
Moorman - born 19 May 1745 in Hanover
- Rachel Moorman - birth
unknown; she married Stephen Goggins,
Jr. in 1773 and through their
descendants, became the
great-grandmother of "Mark
|Sarah Clark, the daughter of
Christopher and Penelope was born 1716 in Hanover
Co., VA. In 1733 she married Charles Lynch
who was born 1705 in Galway, Ireland and died
1753 in Goochland County, VA.
SARAH (CLARK) & CHARLES LYNCH
- Penelope Lynch - born 1734 in
Charlottesville, Virginia; died in
Pen Park. She married on 15 Oct 1748
in Virginia Robert Adams who was born
1718 in Goochland County, Virginia
who was the son of Robert Adams &
Lynch - born 1736 in Charlottesville,
Lynch - born 1738 in Charlottesville,
Lynch - born 1740 in Charlottesville,
Virginia. Had a daughter, Zalinda,
who married William Davis, the son of
Samuel & Anna (Lipscomb) and had
children Samuel, John, Sarah and Mary
Lynch - born 1742 in Charlottesville,
|Micajah Clark, son of Christopher &
Penelope (Johnson), was born 16 Sep 1718 in
Louisa County, VA. He was willed five hundred
acres of land in Hanover County, VA. He married
Judith Adams, the daughter of Robert Adams &
Mourning (Lewis) in about 1736. A close friend of
Thomas Jefferson and as his surveyor, Micajah had
laid off much of his land and was an aid to
Jefferson in many of his building projects.
It can also be stated that
through his marriage to Judith, Micajah was an
ancestor of Francis Scott Key, while his wife was
also related to Meriwether Lewis and the famous
Clark brothers - William and George Rogers
MICAJAH CLARK & JUDITH (ADAMS)
Clark - born 23 Apr 1737 in Virginia,
he married Mildred
"Millicent" Terrell on 13
Mar 1757 in Albemarle Co., VA. He
died in 1803 in Wilkes Co., Georgia.
Clark - born on 06 Apr 1740 in
Clark - born 10 May 1741 in Virginia,
and died in 1774. Micajah married
Mildred Martin and moved to
Clark - born on 06 Mar 1744 in
Albemarle Co., VA and died in 1819 in
Franklin, VA. He married Mary Moore
on 21 Feb 1767 in Virginia.
Clark - born 12 Oct 1745 in Virginia.
Clark - born 13 Feb 1749 in Albemarle
Co.; died in 1794. She married Andrew
Moorman, son of Achilles Moorman and
Elizabeth (Adams) about 1770/1771 in
Virginia. Andrew was born 02 Dec 1744
in, Campbell Co., Virginia and died
10 Mar 1791.
Clark - born 16 Mar 1751 in Virginia;
died 04 Dec 1818 in Campbell Co., VA.
He married Elizabeth Cheadle on 27
Apr 1791 in Albemarle Co., VA.
Elizabeth was born 01 Sep 1760 in
Caroline Co., VA and died 20 May
- Elizabeth Clark - born 04 Jan
1754; married Joseph Anthony, son of
Joseph and Elizabeth (Clark).
Craven Clark - born on 16 Jan 1757 in
Virginia and married Lucy Cheadle on
10 Jan 1785 in Albemarle Co., VA.
Lucy was born in 1758 in Virginia and
died in 1811. James died in 1805 in
Campbell Co., Virginia.
|Elizabeth Clark, the daughter of
Christopher and Penelope (Johnson), married
Joseph Anthony who was born in Henrico County, VA
in 1713. Joseph served as a Patriot and took the
oath of Allegiance in Henry County in 1777.
death of her husband Joseph, and after she had
moved to Wilkes County, GA, Elizabeth made three
trips back to Virginia on horseback preaching the
gospel as a Quaker preacher. She is said to have
lived to be 105 years old.
Anthony, Quakers of Colonial
ELIZABETH (CLARK) & JOSEPH ANTHONY
Anthony - born 15 Aug 1742 in New
Kent Co., VA. She married Captain
Thomas Cooper on 08 Jan 1762 in
Bedford Co., VA. Thomas was born in
1733 in Frederick Co., VA and was a
member of House of Burgesses,
militia, and a member of the Virginia
Convention of 1788. He died 20 Aug
1793 in Green Co., GA. Sarah died 13
Feb 1796 in Bedford Co., Virginia.
Anthony - born 24 Mar 1744; died 28
Anthony - born 10 Mar 1746; died in
Anthony - born 21 Feb 1748; died on
26 Jan 1822.
Anthony - born 28 Mar 1750; died 02
Anthony - born 18 Dec 1752; died in
Anthony - born 17 Nov 1754 in
Anthony - born 26 Mar 1757 in
Anthony - born 23 Feb 1759 in Bedford
Co., VA; died in 1793 in Georgia.
Anthony - born 07 Mar 1761 in
Virginia; married William Blakely.
Anthony - born 08 Mar 1763.
Anthony - born 08 Apr 1765 in
Anthony - born 08 Oct 1767 in VA;
died 10 Apr 1841 in Lincoln Co., GA.
Mark married Mary Tate.
Anthony - born 23 Aug 1769 in VA;
died 09 Oct 1827 in Wilkes Co., GA.
Anthony - born 23 Oct 1771; died on
25 Jan 1856.
|Christopher Johnson, son of Agnes (Clark) and
Benjamin Johnson, was born on 22 Nov 1731 in
Virginia. He married Elizabeth Moorman, daughter
of Charles Moorman and Mary (Adams) on 21 Oct
1753 in Campbell Co., VA. Elizabeth was born on
09 Feb 1737 in Campbell Co., VA. She died in
CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON & ELIZABETH (MOORMAN)
Johnson - born 27 Sep 1753 in
Johnson - born on 27 May 1757; died
Johnson - born 21 Feb 1759 in
Johnson - born 04 Jan 1763 in
Johnson - born 20 Mar 1772 in
Johnson - born 03 Jul 1774 in VA;
married Hannah B. Anthony, daughter
of Christopher Anthony and Mary
(Jordan) on 13 Dec 1798 at the Goose
Creek MM, Bedford Co., VA. Hannah was
born 27 Oct 1781 in Virginia and died
12 Aug 1830 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
|Zachariah Moorman, son of Rachel (Clark) and
Thomas Moorman, was born on 2 Feb 1732 in
Bedford, Caroline Co., VA. He was christened on 3
Apr 1732 in Camp Creek, Louisa Co., VA. He
married Elizabeth Terrell in March of 1754 in
Virginia, she having been born in Caroline Co.,
VA. Zachariah died in 1789 in Ohio.
ZACHARIAH MOORMAN & ELIZABETH TERRELL
Moorman - born 18 Oct 1756 in
Virginia. She married William
Candler, son of William Candler and
Elizabeth Anthony on 18 Apr 1772. She
died in Tennessee.
Moorman - born 26 Jan 1765; died on
10 May 1845.
|Micajah Moorman, son of Rachel (Clark) and
Thomas Moorman, was born 28 Jan 1735 in Hanover
Co., VA. He married Susannah Chiles on 19 May
1754 at Cedar Creek MM, in Virginia. Susannah was
born in 1738 in , Caroline Co., VA. Micajah died
in 1806 in Lynchburg, Campbell Co., Virginia.
MICAJAH MOORMAN & SUSANNAH (CHILES)
Clark Moorman - born in 1755 in
Campbell Co., VA; died in 1845 in
Moorman - born in 1760 in Campbell
Moorman - born in 1763 in Campbell
Moorman - born 15 Mar 1765; died 18
Moorman - born in 1771 in Campbell
Moorman - born in 1771 in Campbell
|Mildred Moorman, daughter of Rachel
(Clark) and Thomas Moorman, was born 25 Nov 1742
in Hanover Co., VA. She married James Johnson on
12 Nov 1758 in Hanover Co., VA. James was born in
1742 in Hanover Co., VA and died 10 Aug 1824 in
Highland Co., Ohio. Mildred died in 1763 and was
the mother of Christopher Johnson who was born in
Mildred's death in 1763, James married Penelope
Anthony (1748-1822), the daughter of Joseph
Anthony and Elizabeth (Clark).
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|Rachel Moorman, daughter of Rachel
(Clark) and Thomas Moorman, was born in Virginia.
She married Stephen Goggins on 27 Dec 1773 in
Bedford Co., Virginia. She died in 1832 and
through her daughter would become the
great-grandmother of Mark Twain.
RACHEL (MOORMAN) & STEPHEN GOGGINS
Goggin - born 31 Oct 1775. She
married Samuel Clemens on 29 Oct 1797
in Bedford Co., Virginia. Samuel was
born 1770 in Virginia and died in
West Virginia in 1805. Pamelia died
21 Aug 1845 in Adair Co., Kentucky.
They were the parents of five
children, their eldest being John
Marshall Clemens (1798-1847) who
married Jane Lampton in 1832 and were
the parents of Samuel Langhorne
Clemens, "Mark Twain."
Pamelia's second husband was Simon
Hancock whom she married in Adair
Co., KY in 1809 and had by him four
|Penelope Lynch, daughter of Sarah (Clark)
and Charles Lynch, was born in 1734 in
Charlottesville, Virginia, and died in Pen Park.
She married Robert Adams, son of Robert Adams and
Mourning (Lewis) on 15 Oct 1748 in Virginia.
Robert was born in 1718 in Goochland Co.,
PENELOPE (LYNCH) & ROBERT ADAMS
Lynch Adams was born in 1752; he
married Elizabeth Tunstall in 1781.
Adams - died in 1790; married Mary,
daugter of Joel and Anna.
Adams - married William, son of Major
John Ward of Pittslyvania County.
Adams - married Captain James Dearing
of Campbell Co., Virginia.
Adams - married Charles, son of
Colonel Charles Lynch, and moved to
Kentucky. Their son, Charles Lynch
IV, became the governor of
Mississippi from 1836-1838.
Adams - married in 1778, John
Adams - married John McGee of Bedford
Adams - married in 1781 John Rice
Smith and lived at Otterbourne,
Campbell Co., Virginia.
|Elizabeth Clark, daughter of Micajah and
Judith (Adams), was born on 4 Jan 1754 in
Virginia. She married Joseph Anthony, son of
Joseph Anthony and Elizabeth (Clark) in Virginia.
Joseph was born 28 Mar 1750 in Virginia and
around 1786 moved to Wilkes County, Georgia where
he owned land along Fishing Creek. He died 02 Sep
1810 in Wilkes Co., Georgia and his Will was
probated 03 Sep 1810 listing his wife, heirs of
his daughter Sarah Mary Stokes; sons Anselm,
Micajah, Joseph, Mark and daughters.
sketch of Anselm Anthony
ELIZABETH (CLARK) & JOSEPH ANTHONY
Anthony - born about 1774; mentoned
as Mary Stokes in her father's will.
Anthony - born about 1776; mentioned
in his father's will as owner of
Anthony & Co., land in Lincoln
Co., GA on the Savannah River known
as Clarke's Fishery.
Anthony - born 09 Jun 1778 in
Campbell Co., Virginia; died in Polk
Co., GA on 06 Jan 1868. He was a
Baptist preacher who married (1)
Sarah Menzies on 16 Dec 1806 and to
this union were born two sons and
five daughters. Sarah died in 1830
and he married (2) Catherine Blakely
on 15 Jan 1837.
Clark Anthony - born 1780 and was a
doctor. He married Betsy T. Aycock,
but died young. His will was probated
on 05 Nov 1811 and on 03 May 1814 his
widow married William Robertson, who
in 1816 became the legal gaurdian of
Joseph and Betsy's only child,
William Augustine Anthony.
Anthony - born 1782; married Rebecca
(Nancy) Anthony - born about 1784;
mentioned as Nancy Early in her
of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 6 by
William Wade Hinshaw.
- James Clark
of Orange and Culpeper Counties, VA
1737-1789 by Virginia Eliza Hodge
McNaught, p. 8.
- History of
Albemarle County, VA by Edgar Woods.
- Our Kin by
Akerly and L.E. J. Parker, p.673-674.
- The Ancestry
of William & John Johnson by Lorand
V. Johnson p. 121.
Compendium of American Genealogy. IV, p.
Carroll Moorman & His Ancestors by
Brother Ambrose Pages 29 - 31.
Orders, Wills No. 5, York, County, VA p.
Orders, Wills No. 8, York, County, VAp.
- A Journey in
Virginia, A History of 300 Years by Polly
Ryan, p.36 - 44.
- Marriages of
Some Virginia Residents 1607-1800 by
Dorothy Ford Wulfeck.
Chronicles & Family Sketches by R.H.
- The Hills of
Wilkes County Georgia by Lodowick Johnson
Magazine of History and Biography;Vol X
- Will Book 1
of Henry County Virginia;p.120
- Story of
Wilkes County Georgia by Eliza Bowen.
- List of
Tithes, Pittsylvania County, VA; 23V380;
- Some Colonial
Mansions & Those Who Lived in Them by
Thomas Allen Glenn, Philadelphia 1899
of the Virginia Biography Vol. I, Under
the Editorial Supervision of Lyon
Gardiner Tyler, LL.D; c1915
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Burgess Lineage at RootsWeb by Charlotte Elliott
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