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MISCELLANEOUS

RECORDS

OF

OTHER

SOUTHERN VIRGINIA

HUNTS

 

 

By Catherine Bond Gheesling (Mrs. Frank A.)

1987

 

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In 1694 MRS. ANN HARRIS made a deed of gift to "the CHILDREN of my son, WILLIAM

HUNT" and another to "my TYLER GRANDCHILDREN" (13) NOTE: See will of Jones Williams where he listed Kinsman John Tyler, George Hunt, &Ann Hunt (33)

ISSUE: (only proven one) WILLIAM HUNT (II)

There were other Hunts in Charles City Co and James City Co. early records beginning in the 1650s & 1660s that possibly could have been his sons by an earlier marriage or relatives: JOHN, GEORGE, OLIVER, THOMAS. See later under Misc. Early Virginia Hunts.

WILLIAM HUNT (Gen. II) Styled MR., CAPTAIN, & Major. He was probably born in the

(Tabitha ___________) 1750s and died in Charles City Co., Va., after 14 May 1714, the date

of his will (14a) and by 1716 when he was listed deceased.(29)

The first record I have for this William Hunt is 1683 when he patented 675 acres in James City Co.(15) In 1688 he and THOMAS HAMBLIN were securities for SARAH DAVISON, relict of DAVID DAVIDSON, on her husband's estate.(16) From 1688 through 1699 MR. WILLIAM HUNT is found in court records of Charles City.(l7)

In 1691 MR. WILLIAM HUNT patented 215 acres in James City Co. that his father, WILLIAM HUNT, had purchased from RICE HOE in 1656.(5) As CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT he patented 159 acres in Charles City Co.in1691(18)

In 1692: CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT'S house was designated as a meeting house to settle the bounds of James City Co. & Charles City Co. (19); as CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT he was designated as "Overseer of roads for North Wynoke (Parish?) (20); and, as CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT patented 908 acres in Charles City Co. in Wynoak Parish and 610 acres in James City Co.(21)

In 1694 MRS. ANN HARRIS made two deeds of gift: One to the children of MY SON, WILLIAM HUNT, and one to MY TYLER GRANDCHILDREN,(13)

In 1698 CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT, JOSHUA WINN 6 RICHARD BRADFORD were appointed Justices of Charles City Co,(22)

On 24 October 1701, as CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT, he patented 4,342 acres in Charles City Co. on both sides of the Nottoway River,(23) NOTE: This land was below the James River and when taxed and when sold by his children it was in Surry Co.

In 1702, Charles City Co., CAPTAIN WILLIAM HUNT was commissioned "Gentleman Justice"(24)

The 1703 Surry Co., Va., Tithable list (a person tax) included: DENNIS PADDISON on

CAPTAIN HUNT'S PLANTATION & 3 Negroes - 4 tithes.(25) NOTE: William, himself, did not live here.

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III-B MARY HUNT It is stated that she married 1st ROBERT MINGE of Charles City

(ROBERT MINGE) Co., who died before 1726 by which date she had married

(WILLLIM ALLEN) WILLIAM ALLEN and were of Henrico Co., Va., and deeded to

(FIELD JEFFERSON) JOHN ALLEN 100 acres on North side of Nottoway River, Surry

Co., as part of a patent to WILLIAM HUNT, Dec'd, in 1701

which he left to his daughter, MARY. She married last FIELD JEFFERSON. (31,32,14a)

IV-A TABITHA MINGE - unmarried in 1741. (31)

IV-B MARTHA MINGE - married by 1741 as evidenced by the following. (31)

(GEORGE BAKERSFIELD)

"We, TABITHA MINGE & GEORGE BASKERVILLE (for consideration that WILLIAM ALLEN & MARY, relict of ROBERT MINGE, dec'd, have released to said TABITHA MINCE by deed bearing date of these presence all right of dower to 375 acres in Charles City Co. where the said ROBERT died seized of, and for further consideration of 16.13. confirm to WILLIAM ALLEN seven which Negroes were set apart for the dower and certain Negroes recovered by us in the general court of this colony in the estate of said deceased."

IV-C WILLIAM HUNT ALLEN

IV-D GEORGE HUNT ALLEN

IV-E VALENTINE ALLEN

IV-F SAMUEL ALLEN Allen issues as per family records

IV-G JOHN ALLEN

IV-H ANN ALLEN

IV-I MARY ALLEN

III-C WILLIAM HUNT Most likely a son, though unproven, and the one stated to be buried close to the grave of WILLIAM HUNT I at Batchelor's Point,

Charles City Co. as "WILLIAM HUNT, age 13."

III-D JOHN HUNT He signed a petition in 1710, with GEORGE HUNT, as of Charles City Co., to have that part of James City Co., above the

Chickahomni River added to Charles City Co. (35)

He was living when his father died, between 1714 and 1716, and signed his inventory with his brother, GEORGE HUNT. (14) The inventory was divided between JOHN 6 GEDRGE.(14)

He died by _______1716 when the following was dated. "Since the death of JOHN HUNT, SU'A HUNT, Admx. hath possessed herself of that part that was WILLIAM HUNT's, dec'd., together with JOHN HUNT's estate. To prove it MARY MINGE, ANN HUNT, HENRY BLANKS, MARTHA EDLOE; and at Nottoway (Surry Co.) THOMAS

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He seems to be the CEORGE HUNT, of Westover Parish, Charles City Co., who dated his will 2 November 1725, It was recorded 2 February 1725/26.(42) He did not list a wife or designate any

children or grandchildren; but did list:

To VALENTINE MINGE, the plantation I live on, l000 acres; to JOHN & GEORGE MINGE, sons of VALENTINE MINGE, dec'd, 400 acres where FRANCIS AUSTING, dec'd, lived and ARNOLLS, plus 200 acres where JAMES BLANKS now lives; to WILLIAM ALLEN for services done me as 'overseer', the Negro man, TOM KEARSEY; the rest of estate to be sold to secure JOHN MACON as my security. Executors were SAMUEL HARWOOD, JR., & JOHN HUNT, SAMUEEL HARWOOD, SR., & CHARLES CHRISTIAN were securities for the executors.

His Inventory was dated 7 Feb, 1725/26, recorded 1 March 1725/26 by THOMAS LIDY, THOMAS BLANKS, & THOMAS JACKSON.(42)

His Executors, on 1 March 1725/26 deeded to PETER FONTAIN of Charles City Co., the "tract where MARTHA WILKINS now lives on the South side of David Jones Creek, 293 acres, bounded by said Creek, CLIFTON's line, WILLIAM CLARKE, and the James River, which by will said Hunt desired to be sold. "(42)

His executors, on 1 Sept. 1726 deeded to JOHN BANISTER, 25 acres in Westover Parish on Fishing Run, purchased by GEORGE HUNT, dec'd, of TURNER HUNT, dec'd, and 5 acres purchased of CAPT. RICHARD BRADFORD, dec'd, by MAJOR WILLIAM HUNT, dec'd. (43)

ISSUES: unknown

III-F MARTHA HUNT On 13 July 1741 a deed was made in Surry Co., Va. from JOHN

(________Edloe) EDLOE to JOHN ALLEN for "land granted to WILLIAM HUNT on 19 Dec, 1711 and willed by him to his daughter MARTHA

EDLOE, The land descended to JOHN EDLOE as Heir at Law. " (44)

IV JOHN EDLOE

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23. REF. 5; VOL. III (1695-1732 Va. Patents); p 51

24.

25. MAGAZINE OF VA. GENEALOGY, Vol. 24, p 78.("Surry Co, Va. Tithables" by Edgar

MacDonald 6 Rich. Slatten.)

26. REF. 12; p 161, 174, 212

27. REF. 23; p 125

28. REF. 11; p 31

29. AUTOGRAPHS 1701/2 Charles City Co/Price George Co./ Surry Co. Elizabeth Lawrence-

Dow; The Diety Press, Inc., Richmond Va., 1976; p 16,17 (NSDAR Library, Wash, DC,

1987)

30. REGISTER OF ST. PETER'S PARISH, NEW KENT CO., VA, 1684-1786: Va. St.

Library; p 439 & 374

31. REF. 11; p 32

32. GEDION MACON OF VIRGINIA & SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS; Alethea Jane

Macon 1 9 5 6; Rev. & Edited 1979 by Jarvis Wood; p 111, 112

*33. SURRY CO., VA, WILL BOOK 7, p 121; (Jones William's will, 1717,

34. REF. 14, p 7, 25

35. REF. 11, p 32

36. REF. 14, p 16

37. REF. 14, p 8

*38. SURRY CO., VA., DEED BOOK B, p 237,238 (Mayberry to Hunt)

*39. SURRY CO., VA., WILL BOOK 6, 1709-1715; p 134 (Wyche will)

*40. REF. 38, p 238,239 (Hunt to Goodrich)

*41. SURRY CO, Va. DEED BOOK 1715-1730; p 546. (Hunt to Allen)

42. REF, 14; p 8, 25

43. REF. 14; p 14

44. SOME WILLS FROM THE BURNED COUNTIES OF VIRGINIA, ETC. William

Lindsay Hopkins, 1987; p 19; "Surry Co., Va., Deeds and Wills 1738-1754, p. 339-341"

(Edloe to Allen)

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THOMAS, not 21. Made 20 Nov. 1606, Brother, STEVEN HUNT, (The Jamestown Voyagers, Vol. 11, Series 11. University of Cambridge) This may have been Vol. 2, Series 2)

ROBERT HUNT came as minister to the first expedition, 1607, and was dead by 21 May 1610 when REVEREND RICHARD BUCK arrived at Jamestown. (Adventure of Purse & Person; Annie L, Jester & Martha Fi. Hiden, 1964; p 104,105)(handwritten note on side says"d. spring of 1608 accdg to (writing) of Capt. John Smith-CHM)

ROBERT HUNT on 1660 Jury in Surry Co., Va. (Surry Co., Va., Records 1652-1684; Eliza Timberlake Davis; p 34,35)

ROBERT HUNT, "Cooper" in a 1662 petition to the Court about a debt due him from estate of THOMAS WYNN for barrells he made, (IBID, p 47)

ROBERT HUNT's land listed in the 1713 will of JOHN BARKER, Surry Co., as adjacent his land near Indian Cabin Creek and the Nottoway River. (Wills 6 Adm. of Surry Co., Va., 1671-1750 Eliza Timberlake Davis, 1980, P 11 - Will Bk. 6, p 191)

ROBERT HUNT, "Uncle of GEORGE PEGRAM, son of GEORGE PEGRAM of York Co., Va., (Pegram family records - no date given)

JOHN HUNT In 1661 he witnessed the POA of ANTHONY FALL to WILLIAM HUNT OF BUCKLAND, Charles City Co., Va. (Va. Col. Abst., Series 1, Vol. 12, p 9 - Charles City Co. Order Book 1661-64, p 301) Also in records 1664-65 (IBID, p100)

1687, Dec., JOHN HUNT, attorney for BETHELAND CREWS (CC Co., Order Book 1686-1695; Ben B. Weisiger, III, 1980; p 4)

1688 JOHN HUNT granted a judgement. JOHN HUNT's cattle mark registered. JOHN HUNT in several court suits. (IBID, p 44, 45)

1689, Oct., JOHN HUNT bought "Windsor" land from JOSEPH CLARKE. (IBID, p 65)

1691, March, JOHN JONES 6 JOHN HUNT, securities for PETER EVANS as administrator estate of CURTIS LAND whose widow married PETER EVANS. (IBID, p 125)

1692, Sept., JEFFERY MUMFORD chose JOHN HUNT as his guardian. (IBID, p 135)

1692/3, Jan., JOHN HUNT got 50 acres from JEFFERY GILLAN on Seller's Run 6 Old Man's Creek, adjacent JOHN HUNT's land, (CC Co. Records 1737-74 & Deeds 1692-94; Weisiger, II, 1986; p 69 - CC Co. Will & Deed Book 1692-94, p 163)

1695, June, JOHN HUNT on jury for CC Co. (CC Co. Order Book 1687-1695; Weisiger, III, 1980; p 206)

1699, June, JOHN HUNT, GENTLEMAN, patented 1839 acres in Charles City Co., Weynoak Parish, beginning by land sold by

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GEORGE HUNT In 1652 GEORGE HUNT & WARHAM HORSMANDEN were receiptients of a trust of 1350 acres of land in Warwick Co., called "Balthrope" later, from SAMUEL STEPHENS. They reconveyed the land to Stephens during his lifetime. This was relative to a marriage agreement between SAMUEL STEPHENS & FRANCES CULPEPPER, who married after June 1670 GOVERNOR WM. BERKELEY and then PHILIP LUDWELL, (Ad. of Purse and Person, p 317)

GEORGE HUNT was deceased by 3 Aug. 1665, and WILLIAM BUCKNER had married his relict. This was in a court order to WILLIAM BUCKNER to deliver to JOHN BISHOP, for use of WILLIAM BISHOP, a bed, etc., "as they were left at said Buckner's house - also ordered said Bishop to pay Buckner 300 Lbs tobacco for 3 years accommodation of the said WILLIAM BISHOP by the said GEORGE HUNT. Va, Col. Abst.; Fleet, Series 1, Vol, 13, p 43 CC Co. Order Book 1664-1665, p 569)

A GEORGE HUNT married by Dec. 1687 MARTHA WYND, orphan daughter of ANTHONY WYND, deceased. (CC Co. Order Book 1687-1695, p 90)

NOTE: ______________, widow of ANTHONY WMND, married next THOMAS HAMLIN, son of STEPHEN HAMLIN, dec'd of CC Co. & Pr. George Co. by Aug. 1665 (Her issues)

MARTHA WYND - married GEORGE HUNT by 1687

ELIZABETH WYND - died by 1692 but had married THOMAS WILLIAMS

BRADFORD WYND - left a nun-cup, will in 1692 stating all his land should go to his

3 sisters but THOMAS WILLIAMS objected and said it should to his sister of the

whole blood, Martha Hunt.

(Southside, VA, Families, Vol. 1, p 237)

A GEORGE HUNT married ELIZABETH POINDEXTER by 24 Feb. 1709. (St. Peter's Parish Vestry Books Register, New Kent Co., Va.)

A GEORGE HUNT & WILLIAM EPPS witnessed the deed of JOHN HARDYMAN of Prince George Co. to SARAH HARDYMAN on 10 March 1723-24. (Pr. Geo. Co., Va., Will 6 Deeds l713-1725; Weisiger, III p 84)

A GEORGE HUNT had married FRANCES MOORE and had a daughter born in 1727 in Bristol Parish. (Historical So. Families, Vol, 5; Boddie, p 32) GEORGE HUNT owned land adjacent patent of MARK MOORE 1718 on NS of Appomattox River on SS Cattail Ck. Henrico Co. (C & P 3) GEORGE HUNT patented 226 acres in Henrico Co. in 1716 on NS Appomattox River adjacent to JOHN PERKINSON on WS of Cattail Ck.(C & P __ ). This was in Chesterfield Co, by 1749.

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1670, THOMAS HUNT on jury in James City Co, (Va. Col. Abst. Series 2, Vol. 4, p 39)

1673/4, Feb. 23, Discharge from LT. COL. GEORCE JORDON, EXECUTOR OF THOMAS HUNT, to JOHN BARNES, (Surry Co. Rec,; E. T. Davis; p 89; Rec, Bk. 2, p 43)

So a THOMAS HUNT was deceased by this date.

1672, THOMAS HUNT gave his age as 21 on a deposition about WILLIAM NEWSOM & JOHN BARNES. (IBIDI Bk. 2, p 19) So this Thomas was born about 1651.

16691 Surry Co. Tithable list, from Sunken Marsh to Smith's Store: GEORGE FOSTER, THO. HUNT - 2 tithes. (Mag. of Va. Gen., Vol. 22, #1 through Vol. 24, #3) NOTE: Thomas (born ca 1651 would have been age 17/18 and just of tithable age.)

1670 Surry Co. Tithable list, LT. COL. JORDON's Dst., THOS. HUNT - 1 tithe. (IBID) So in his own household now and no other males of tithable age living with him.

1673 - Surry Co. Tithable list, BENJ. HARRISON's Dst. THOMAS HUNT - 1 tithe. (IBID)

1674 Surry Co. Tithable list, BENJ, HARRISON's Dst., TH. HUNT - 1 tithe. (IBID) Lawnes Creek Parish, JOHN BARNES, TH. HUNT, TH. WALKER - 3 tithes

1675 & 1677, Surry Co. Tithable list, BANJ. HARRISON's Dst,, THOMAS HUI\JT - 1 tithe. Same for 1679. (IBID)

1680 THOMAS HUNT appoints ELIAS OSBORN his attorney. (Surry Co, Records, E, T. Davis Rec. Bk. 2, p 279)

1680 Surry Co, Tithable list, upper end of Southwark Psrish: EDWARD NORWOODI THOS, HUNT - 2 tithes. (IBID Tith list)

1681 through 1689 Surry Co. Tithable list, from Sunken Marsh upwards: TH. HUNT - 1 tith. (IBID)

1689 THOMAS HUNT patented 150 acres, Surry Co,, adjacent to ABRAHAM EVANSI for transporting THOMAS HUNT, SARAH HUNT, & ANNE JAMES. (C & P Vol. 2, p 336; Pat, Bk. 81 p 5)

1690 through 1695 Surry Co. Tithable list: TH. HUNT - 1 tith.

1696 Surry Co. Tithable list, above Sunken Marsh, BENJ. HARRISON's Dst: THO. HUNT & THO. HUNT - 2 tithes. (IBID)

So here is a 3rd Thomas, - if just coming of tithable age, then born about 1679.

1697 through 1702 Surry Co, Tithable list, upper Prect. of Southward Parish above Stoney Run, WALTER FLOOD's Dst:

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By 1688 GODFREY HUNT had deeded to HENRY REEVES, SENIOR, 400 acres, part of a patent of 600 acres patented by him on South side Chuckatuck Creek, called Beaver Dam, adjacent THOMAS OGLETHORPE & lately occupied by BRIDGETT ASKEW, WIDOW; and this 400 acres had descended to HENRY REEVES, JUNIOR, of Rapahanock, who on the above date sold it to THOMAS GODWIN of Chuckatuck reciting the above information. (17th Century IOW Co., Va., Boddie, p 600)

In 1687/88 he witnessed the will of THOMAS OGLETHORPE. (Ibid; p 30)

By 15 November 1742, GODFREY HUNT was deceased - stated in a deed of WILLIAM ASKEY of N.C. to RICHARD MATHIS of IOW on this date. (The Southside Virginian, Vol. 4, #3, p 137; IOW Deed Book 6, p 173)

By 1746 GODFREY HUNT had sold an unidentified amount of land to THOMAS DIXON, SENIOR, who stated in his will of that date that his son, THOMAS DIXON, JUNIOR, had lived on it and he was then leaving it to son, WILLIAM DIXON. (Wills 6 Adm. IOW Co., Va., Chapman; p 157)

It is noted that in the 1704 Quit Rent Rolls of Virginia that the following was listed:

GODFREY HUNT - 360 acres in Namsemond Co.

600 acres in Isle of Wight Co.

600 acres in Isle of Wight Co.

The line changed between Namsemond Co. & Isle of Wight Co. & some of his land possibly fell into Isle of Wight Co. I cannot account for the two listings of 600 acres in IOW Co.

ISSUES: NEHEMIAH HUNT - was living in the 1675 will of REBECCA IZARD and was left a legacy as " Nehemiah Hunt, son of Godfrey Hunt." (see first reference)

Index to Miscellaneous Records of other Southern Virginia HUNTS

Compiled by Catherine Bond Gheesling

 

 

Acrill, William

36

Christian, Chas.

37, 42

Goodrich, Edward

36

Adams, Thomas

44

Elizabeth

42

Gregory, Eliz.

42

Alford, William

32

George

42

John

42

Allen, Ann

35

John

42

 

 

George Hunt

35

Lucy

42

Hamblin, Thomas

 

John

35, 36, 37

Mary

42

Hamlin, Stephen

33

Mary

35

Susanna

42

Thomas

43

Samuel

35

Clarke, John

32

William

43

Valentine

35

Joseph

41

Hardyman, John

34

William

35, 37

William

37

Hardyman, Sarah

43

William Hunt

35

Clay, John

44

Harris, Ann

43

Armstrong, Roger

32

Coalwood, Andrew

46

Mrs. Ann

33

Arnolls, --

37

Cocke, Richard

42

George

32

Askew, Bridgett

47

Cognets, Louis Des Jr.

42

Philip

42

Askey, William

47

Cole, William

42

Harrison, Benj.

45

Austing, Francis

37

Crews, Betheland

41

Harwood, Sam'l Jr.

37

 

 

Crump, Lucy

42

Samuel Sr.

37

Bacon's Rebellion

32

Richard

42

Haynes, Mary

34

Bagnall, Rebecca

46

Culpepper, Frances

43

Hiden, Mary

41

Bakersfield, George

35

 

 

Hill, Edward

32

Banister, John

37

Davis, E. T.

44, 45

Isaac

32

Barker, John

41, 46

Eliza Timberlake

41

Hoe, Rice

32, 33

Barnes, John

45

Davidson, David

33

Holmwood, John

32

Barrett, John

46

Davidson, Sarah

33

Horn, Mary

46

Baskerville, Geo.

35

Dixon, Thomas Jr.

47

Horsmanden, Warham

43

Bedingfield, Grace

34

Thomas Sr.

47

Howell, Hopkin

46

Henry

36

William

47

HUNT, Ann

32, 33, 34, 35, 36

Thomas

34, 36

Douglas, George

32

Elizabeth

40, 42, 46

Benbridge, Thomas

46

Dyall, Thomas

36

Fortune

44

Berkley, Gov. Wm.

43

Eall, Anthony

32, 41

George

33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 42, 43

Bishop, John

43

Edloe, John

37

Godfrey

46, 47

William

43

Martha

35, 37

John

33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 41, 42, 46

Blanks, Henry

34, 35

Edwards, Elizabeth

40

Lucy

42

James

37

Ellis, Ralph

46

Martha

37, 43

Thomas

37

Epps, William

43

Mary

35, 46

Bly, Christopher

46

Evans, Abraham

46

Nehmiah

47

Sarah

46

Peter

41

Oliver

32, 33, 40

Bradley, John

42

 

 

Robert

40, 41, 46

Bradford, Richard

33

Farmer, Samuel

46

Steven

41

Capt. Richard

37

Flood, Capt. Thos

44

Susan

36

Buck, Rev. Richard

41

Walter

45

Susanna

35, 36

Buckner, William

43

Flowers, John

32

Tabitha

33, 34

Burgh, Mr. Wm.

46

Fontain, Peter

37

Th. Jr.

46

Burrell, Lewis

42

Foster, George

45

Th. Sr.

46

Byrum, James

46

 

 

Thomas

33, 40, 41, 44, 45, 46

Mary

46

Gillan, Jeffrey

41

Turner

37, 42

 

 

Gittings, John

44

Turner Sr.

42

Casey, Peter

34

Godwin, Thomas

47

William

32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 41

 

 

William I

35

Parker, Richard

32, 46

William II

32, 36

William

34

William, Capt.

33

Parsons, Jonathan

44

William, Major

34, 37, 42

Peake, --

42

Irons, Simmon

40

Pegram, Daniel II

34

Izard, Rebecca

46, 47

George

41

Jackson, Patrick

32

Perkinson, John

43

Thomas

37

Perry, Nicllo

44

Jefferson, Field

35

Poindexter, Eliz,

43

Jester, Annie L.

41

Pope, William

46

Jones, John

41

Powell, Thomas

40

Jordon, Arthur

44

Proctor, Geo.

44

Fortune

44

 

 

George

44

Randes, Thomas

32

George, Lt. Col.

45

Rande, Thomas

40

Justice, William

40

Rands, Thomas

40

 

 

Reeves, Henry Jr.

47

Kearsey, Tom

37

Henry, Sr.

47

Kennon, Ann

36

Rodes, John

46

Richard

36

Rouse, Jane

44

Kirkman, Francis

44

Robert

44

Knight, Nath.

44

 

 

 

 

Smelly, Wm.

40

Land, Curtis

41

Stanton, Robert

44

Lidy, Thomas

37

Staple, Richard

46

Ludwell, Philip

43

Stephens, Samuel

43

 

 

Sterne, Ann

44

Macon, Francis

34

Stith, John

42

Gideon

34

 

 

John

34, 37

Tall, Anthony

32

Martha

34

Turner, John

46

Maget, Sam

46

Tyler, Charles

32, 36

Marlow, William

34

John

33

Mathis, Richard

47

 

 

Mayberry, Eleanor

36

Walker, Th.

45

Francis

36

Webb, Richard

46

Minge, George

37

Weisiger, Ben B.

41

John

37

White, Charles

44

Martha

35

Jane

44

Mary

35

Jno.

44

Robert

35

Wilkenson, Thomas

44

Tabitha

35

Wilkins, Martha

37

Valentine

37

Williams, Jones

33, 34, 36

Moore, Frances

43

Thomas

43

Mark

43

Winn, Joshua

33

Mumford

41

Wyche, Eleanor

36

 

 

George

34

New, Robert

42

Henry

36

Newson, William

45

James

36

Norwood, Edward

45

Wynd, Anthony

43

 

 

Bradford

43

Oglethorpe, Thos.

47

Elizabeth

43

Osborn, Elias

45

Martha

43

 

 

Mrs.

43

Paddison, Dennis

33

Wynn, Thomas

41

 

 

 

 

Index to PLACES AND STREAMS found in Miscellaneous Records of other South VIRGINIA HUNTS

Compiled by Catherine Bond Gheesling

Arbemarle Parish

34

Nansemond Co., VA

46

Appomattox River

43

Nasemond River, VA

40

 

 

NC

47

Balthrope

43

New Kent Co., VA

34, 43

Batchelor's Point

32, 35

North Wynoke Parish

33

Beaver Dam

47

Nottaway River

33, 34, 35, 36, 41, 46

Beaverdam Branch

40

 

 

Bristol Parish

43

Old Man's Creek

32, 41

Brunswick Co., VA

42,

Old Tree Run

42

Buckland

32, 41

 

 

 

 

Prince George Co., VA

43

Cattail Branch

42

 

 

Cattail Creek

43

Rapahanock

47

Cattail Meadow

36

Reedy Branch

46

Charles City Co., VA

32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44

Rowland Place

42

Chesterfield Co., VA

43

 

 

Chickahomi River

35, 36

Seller's Run

41

Chuckatuck Creek

46, 47

Smith's Store

45

Clifton's Line

37

Southwark Parrish

45

College Land

46

Stoney Run

45

Collin's Run

42

Story's Branch

42

Cooper's Branch

42

Story Run

42

 

 

St. Peter's Parish

34, 43

David Jones Creek

37

Sunken Marsh

45

Denwiddie Co, VA

42, 46

Surry Co., VA

33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 41, 44, 45, 46

 

 

Sussex Co., VA

46

Edgecombe Co., VA

34

 

 

 

 

Three Creeks

36

Fishing Run

37

 

 

 

 

Warren Co., NC

34

Harring Creek

32

Warwick Co.

43

Heathfield, Sussex Co., England

40

Western Branch

40

Henrico Co., VA

35, 43

Westover Parish

32, 37

 

 

Weynoak Parish

41

Indian Cabin Creek

41

Weynoke Parish

36

Isle Of Wight Co., VA

40, 46, 47

Windsor

41

 

 

Wynoak Parish

33

James City Co., VA

32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 44, 45

 

 

James River, VA

32, 33, 37, 44

York Co., VA

41

Jamestown, VA

41

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lawnes Creek Parish

45

 

 

Long Meadow Branch

34

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main Blackwater

46

 

 

Main Blackwater Swamp

34, 44

 

 

Merchant's Hope

32

 

 

Mirary Branch

42

 

 

Monroe Co., GA

42