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Re: Hazelwood Farish--Stafford County, VA--1803
Posted by: Jerrilynn Eby (ID *****9725) Date: May 01, 2012 at 16:04:07
In Reply to: Re: Hazelwood Farish--Stafford County, VA--1803 by Ken Baer of 74

Dear Mr. Baer,

Thanks so much for responding to my query. Hazelwood Farish is one of those folks that I run across with some frequency, yet never quite feel like I understand him. I'm a historian in Stafford County, Virginia and work primarily with land tracts, mills, and industries. Over the years I've also abstracted the county militia records and compiled a list of county officials. In 1803 and 1804 Hazelwood held licenses to sell retail goods in Stafford. He seems also to have kept a mercantile business in Fredericksburg. In 1803 he was a part of Capt. John Hore's militia company, placing Hazelwood in the town of Falmouth. Do you happen to know where he was buried?


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