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Re: MARY POLLY REDD from Prince Edward Co. VA
Posted by: carol rumburg clemmer (ID *****6181) Date: June 10, 2011 at 11:44:27
In Reply to: MARY POLLY REDD from Prince Edward Co. VA by william mcclurg of 952


Ancestors of Mary "Polly" Redd


Generation No. 1

       1. Mary "Polly" Redd1,2, born 1779 in Prince Edward Co., VA3,4,5; died 15 Dec 18606. She was the daughter of 2. Captain Thomas Redd, Sr., Capt. and 3. Frances Anderson. She married (1) Nathaniel McClurg7,8 09 Jan 1800 in Prince Edward Co. VA9,10,11,12. He died Bef. 08 Jan 1838 in near Krous, NC.

Notes for Mary "Polly" Redd:
Mary (Redd) McClurg raised cousin Fannie Baily (who was Fannie Lloyd) from 2 years of age. [Bryan Redd]

[possibly second wife of Nathaniel McClurg of Lincoln Co., NC; he is buried on family farm near Crouse, NC]

Notes for Nathaniel McClurg:
KarenDale900 (View posts)         Posted: 15 Dec 2010 11:17AM
Classification: Query
Surnames:
I think your suspicion that Nathaniel was the brother of James McClurg of Nottoway is right on. I recently viewed all the tax records for Prince Edward, Amelia and Nottoway--found both McClorgs only in Nottoway. James first appeared 1791 and was listed for several years before he moved in with his father-in-law, Samuel Morgan (uncle of the one who had Redd connections). Nathaniel appears only once, 1798--paid taxes on himself and a horse. I think Nathaniel was James' younger brother--and both came to VA from Scotland after the Revolution. Guesswork, but some evidence...

Biographies of the MS McClurgs descended from James say he was born in Scotland. They also claim relationship to Dr. James McClurg of Virginia and McClurgs of PA. It may be that both James and Nathaniel were grandsons of James McClurg/Barbara Vance of Wigtown Scotland--as was Dr. James of Virginia--by a son (James? Thomas?) who apparently remained in Scotland. We only know of two sons of James NcClurg who came to America--Walter,father of Dr. James, and his youngest brother, John, who settled in PA several decades before the Revolution. Bill McClurg has worked out much of this McClurg lineage and agrees that James and Nathaniel, despite lack of evidence, were probably part of it.



From: "gc-gateway@rootsweb.com" <gc-gateway@rootsweb.com>
Subject: Re: [VAPRINCE] Nathaniel McClurg md Mary Redd 9 Jan 1800
Date: Sat, 05 Apr 2008 12:51:32 -0000


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Thank you for responding. the Case of Nathaniel McClurg is a puzzle to us McClurg researchers. We have never been able to find a family for him in Virginia although tax records list a Widow McClurg for early Prince Edward County, VA. There might be two Nathaniel McClurgs of this time period. One who settled in Lincoln County, NC near Crouse and the Nathaniel McClurg who married Polly Redd. OR, these two Nathaniel McClurgs could be one and same. There is a farm near Crouse, NC where the family has their cemetery. Nathaniel McClurg of this family is buried on this farm. If you have proof of Nathaniel McClurg's death in Green County Georgia, then this would be the seperating factor. According to our records, we have a Nathaniel McClurg who married Polly Redd. They had one dau. Harriet who married Thomas Cunningham, cousin, and they lived in Green Co GA. When Harriet died, Polly Redd went and stayed with Thomas and family to look after their children. We have no record that Nathaniel McClurg also went to Green County Georgia.

Possibility that Polly Redd was the second wife of Nathaniel McClurg of Lincoln Co NC and when he died she may have gone on to be with her daughter.

Redds and Cunninghams are well documented, McClurgs are much less documented and any clues about Nathaniel would have to be a side note among these surnames records.

If you can supply me with the cemetery or the area in Green Co GA to search for these graves I would appreciate it.

Of this early period in the tidewater Virginia , I only have two McClurg families listed, Dr. Walter McClurg of Hampton, VA and his son, Dr. James McClurg of Richmond. The latter being one one of our founding fathers of America. (see Founding Fathers on Google) The other family listed is the "Widow McClurg" of Prince Edward Co. of which we have no info.

Thanks for your response, you can see I have a long way to go.

William T. McClurg



Marriage Notes for Mary Redd and Nathaniel McClurg:
9 January 1800. Nathaniel McClurg and Polly Redd, dau. of Thomas Redd who consents. Sur. Anderson Redd.

More About Nathaniel McClurg and Mary Redd:
Marriage: 09 Jan 1800, Prince Edward Co. VA13,14,15,16

Generation No. 2

       2. Captain Thomas Redd, Sr., Capt.17,18, born Abt. 173019,20,21,22,23,24,25; died 1801 in Prince Edward Co., VA26,27. He was the son of 4. George Redd and 5. Elizabeth Prosser. He married 3. Frances Anderson Abt. 177028,29,30.
       3. Frances Anderson31,32, born Abt. 175232; died Aft. 1805 in Oglethorpe Co., GA32,33. She was the daughter of 6. Rev. Charles Anderson, Rev. (Presbyterian) and 7. Elizabeth Chambers.

Notes for Captain Thomas Redd, Sr., Capt.:
Farmer, Captain in Buckingham Militia during Revolutionary War. (Notes of Robert Micer)

Daughters of Capt. Thomas Redd are spoken of as handsome and brilliant. One married a McClurg, another a Loyd, and another a Jones. (Source: Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, OK)

In 1763 Thomas Redd was a witness to the Will of John Hancock dated 12 March 1763, Rec. 27 June 1763, Cumberland Co., VA

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(CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA, Genealogy of VA Families, Vol V, R-Z, pp. 68-75]

       Thomas Redd was "of Cumberland" when on 24 November 1763 he purchased from John Wright, also of Cumberland County, Va., for 50 pounds a tract of 100 acres in Prince Edward County on Vaughans Creek and the south side of the Appomattox. (Prince Edward Deeds 179.) His name appears on a list of tithables of July 1766 in Cumberland thus: "Thomas Redd at Col. Richard Randolph's corner--16 tithables." [Mss. in possession of W.S. Morton, Farmville, Va., copied from one of the loose papers in the courthouse at Cumberland.] This probably means that Col. Randolph was then employing him as manager of his plantation on which 15 slaves were tithables, in addition to Thomas Redd.
       On 13 February 1769 Abner Nash, of North Carolina, conveyed to Thomas Redd (no residence specified in the deed) for £50 a tract of 600 acres, adjoining his other property and the lands of James Carter and Richard Barnett. [Prince Edward Deeds 123]. It would seem likely that between 1766 and 1769 he settled in Prince Edward. Then in possession of 700 acres he sent to the Prince Edward Court a petition which it acted upon in April 1771: [Ibid, 7:153]
       "On the petition of Thomas Redd setting forth that he is the owner of a convenient place on both sides of Vaughn Creek for erecting a water grist mill at, and praying that the Sheriff with a jury do view and report according to law, Thereupon so ordered."
       His name appears on the list of tithables for Prince Edward County for 1774 and 1775, but not for 1776 and 1777. [Mss. in possession of W. S. Morton, copied from one of the loose papers in the courthouse at Farmville.] Since other records show that he located in Buckingham County, first about this time, it would seem that 1776 was the year when he changed his residence.
       He served during certain years of the Revolution as Captain of a company of Buckingham militia. On 19 March 1779 the United States acknowledged itself indebted to him . . . for pay and rations due his company up to the first day of that month, his troops being stationed at the barracks in Albemarle County. [Auditor's Account Book for 1779 page 25 in the Division of Archives, Virginia State Library, Richmond.]
       He continued to live in Buckingham until 1779 or 1780. In 1779, in a realty transaction, describing himself as "of Buckingham" he sold to William Jones, also of Buckingham, part of the Prince Edward properties he had already acquired. The deed was dated 19 April 1779. The lands then conveyed were mentioned as adjacent to those of Thomas Wood, Ezekiel Hendrick, William Finley, Thomas Caldwell, John Amstrong, Marjorie Morein, Widow Bernard, John Simmons, and Nath. Lakester. [Prince Edward Deeds 53.] The effects of Revolutionary inflation can be seen in the £1,250 he received for that property and in the prices he paid for others he bought in 1780.
       After 1779 Thomas Redd is always of Prince Edward County. On 20 March 1780 [Ibid, 6:282] he bought land on the north side of the Bush River and both sides of Morton's Creek from John Brown for £3,900 and on 17 August 1780 a tract of 45 acres on the south side of that river from Peyton Randolph, late first President of the Continental Congress. The price paid was £3,500. [Ibid, 6:367].
       On 17 June 1782 Jonathan and Eleanor Smith, of St. Patrick's Parish, Prince Edward County, sold to Thomas Redd 117 acres adjoining McGehees for £117 pounds, and on 15 September 1785 200 acres on the branches of the Bush for £250. [Ibid., 6:469 and 7:129.]
       On 20 January 1783 Robert and Blanche Walton sold to Thomas Redd for £400 some 775 acres on both sides of Camp Creek. To settle a question of the title to that property Thomas Redd had to pay Anne Fox, widow of John Fox, of Gloucester, £50 three and a half years later to get her to surrender her dower rights therein, because Robert Walton had failed to have her execute a dedimus when he purchased that land from John Fox. [Ibid., 6:488 and 8:17.] This was brought to his attention, it seems, after Thomas Redd had deeded those acres to his son George 29 January 1785 for a consideration of £600. [Ibid., 7:139.]
       Ten years later Thomas Redd conveyed to his son Thomas, Jr., for £150 part of his remaining property. [Ibid., 10:277.] It was described as 250 acres bounded by the branches of the Bush River and the lands of Moore Weaver, Samuel Venable, Charles Allen, Thomas Redd, and that on which Jonathan Smith used to live. The deed was dated 20 April 1795. He retained for himself 67 of the acres he had originally acquired from the Smiths and he owned them at the time of his death.
       On 28 January 1796 Thomas Redd, Jr., sold the above mentioned 250 acres to his brother William who in turn likewise sold this tract in February 1797. At a Court held 18 December 1797 Frances Redd, wife of Thomas Redd, Sr., waived her dower rights therein.
       In 1782 Thomas Redd owned 530 acres, valued at nine shillings an acre. The tax for £2, 7 shillings 8-1/4 pence on an assessed valuation of £238, 10 shillings. The corresponding record for 1800 is of two properties, the home place of 530 acres and the 67 acres just above mentioned. The total valuation was $1,010.08 and the tax, $4.85. Assessed at the same time were his sons George and John who owned 1642 and 468 acres, respectively, in Prince Edward. The following year the taxes on Thomas Redd's property were correctly assessed against his estate. [These data taken from the real estate tax books of Prince Edward County for the years mentioned in the Division of Archives, Virginia State Library, Richmond.]
       From 1782 to 1787 Thomas Redd's slaves varied from 24 to 30. Each of those years he owned ten or 11 horses and from 40 to 51 cattle. Judging from the years when he accounted for his son Thomas, Jr., as a tithable, it would appear that the boy was born about 1773. The year 1788 saw a marked decrease in his holdings. During the rest of his life, the number of his slaves varied from 13 to 19. [These data taken from the corresponding Personal Property Tax Records for Prince Edward County.]
       In addition to the record of his military service during the War for American Independence, already noted, six references to non-military services rendered by him are among the Public Claim Papers in the Virginia State Library. They are as follows:
       First, Certificate 43, reading:
              "I hereby certify I have received for public use of Thos. Redd Fifty pounds of Bacon for which payment at the rate of Twenty Dollars pr. pound shall be made according to an act of Assembly passed in the October session one thousand seven hundred and eighty.
              "Given under my hand this 9th day of April one thousand seven hundred and eighty one.
                                   (Signed) John Morton D. Comr. P. Edward
              "50 lbs bacon . . . . . . 1 pound, 17 shilling, 6 pence";
       Second, Certificate 93, like 43 in form, but issued for Thomas Redd's furnishing 250 pounds of fresh pork, to be paid for at the rate of Ten Dollars per pound, and signed 21 May 1781;
       Third, a certificate reading:
              "We the Subscribers being Sworn have adjudgd Two Beefs belonging to Thomas Redd and taken by the D. Comr of Prince Edward County for public use to weigh One thousand One hundred pounds including the 5th Quarter.
              "Given under our hands this 26th day of Sept 1781
                                   [Signed] Waddill Carter [and] Sam. Carter";
       Fourth, a certificate signed by John Morton, deputy commissioner for Prince Edward County, that he had received that beef, and that it was Grass Beef for which there was due Thomas Redd 13 pounds 15 shillings;
       Fifth, a similar certificate, dated 31 October 1781 for 300 pounds of Grass Beef, received of Thomas Redd, valued at £3, 15 shillings; and
       Sixth, a certificate that the State was indebted to Thomas Redd for £6 for "Musket and Bayonet impressed for Militia on their March to York Town and lost."

       Except for modernization of the punctuation, the following is an exact copy of the will of Thomas Redd: [3 Prince Edward Wills 238]
       "I, Thomas Redd, of Prince Edward County, being in health and thinking it prudent to direct in what manner my estate shall be disposed of at my death, do make this my last will and testament, as follows:
       "It is my desire that each of my children, Charles Anderson Red, Polly Red, Sally Anderson Redd, and Patty Redd, as they come of age or marry, should have to them and their heirs out of my estate three likely negroes, between the age of twelve and twenty years. Also I will to each of my children above named, to be delivered up to them, as they come of age or marry, fifty pounds cash or the value thereof in such stock and household furniture as they may choose and my wife can spare from the estate.
       "Further, I lend to my wife Frances Redd, all my estate, both real and personal, during her natural life, subject to the legacies above mentioned; and at the death of my wife, I devise to my son Charles Anderson Redd the land where I now live, containing six hundred acres (be the same more or less), to him and his heirs.
       "And all my personal estate that shall remain, after my four younger children above named shall be advanced as above directed, I bequeath, on the death of my wife, to be equally divided among my children: George Redd, John Redd, Thomas Redd, William Redd, Charles A. Redd, Fanny Cunningham, Polly Redd, Sally Redd, [and] Patty Redd; also one child's part to my grandaughter Polly Watkins; also an equal child's part among all the children of my daughter Betsy Billups, to them and their heirs forever.
       "My will further is that, provided my grandaughter Polly Watkins should die before she comes of age or marries, that the legacy intended for her shall not take effect but shall remain a part of my estate and be divided as the rest of my personal estate which shall remain after the death of my wife.
       "I appoint George Redd, John Redd, William Redd, and James Cunningham executors of this my will.
       "Signed with my own hand as my last will and testament this 17th day of January, 1799.
                                          "Thos. Redd"

The witnesses were Danl. Dodson, Jr., Richard N. Venable, and Charles Morton. The next day he added the following codicil to his will:

       "I, Thomas Redd, hereby direct that, provided my daughter Betsy Billups should survive my wife, that my said daughter Betsy shall have the use for her life of that part of my estate which is, by my will, directed to be divided among her children.
                                          "Tho. Redd"

The same witnesses signed this codicil. More than two years were to elapse before another change was to be made in his will. On 17 April 1801 Thomas Redd, too feeble to sign his name, added the following second codicil, the witnesses to which were his children, George Redd, Sally Anderson Redd, Charles Anderson Redd, and Martha Redd:

       "I hereby revoke and annull so much of my foregoing will and testament as gave to my daughter Polly any property or interest in my estate; and all the property and interest which was intended for her in the foregoing will I do now give to my son John Redd and his heirs, to be held in trust by him for the use of the children which my daughter Polly now has or may hereafter have; and I further desire and empower my son John to apply the profits of the said property given him in trust to the support of my daughter Polly and her children, in such manner as he may think proper, without any other guide or restraint than his own discretion. At the death of my daughter Polly it is my will that the said property, given in trust, shall be equally divided among all her children or their legal representatives. It is my desire that my son John shall never be compelled to render an account of the profits of the estate so given him in trust or be accountable to anyone for the manner in which he applied it. My will further is that, in the case of the death of my son John, he may by will or otherwise direct who shall take the management of the said estate given in trust.
                                                 his
                                          "Thomas X Redd (SEAL)"
                                                 mark

       At a Court held for Prince Edward County 15 June 1801 Charles Morton presented and proved the will and the first codicil, and George Redd and [Charles] Anderson Redd [Clayton Torrence in quoting the will of Thomas Redd, 25 Wm. and Mary Quarterly (first series) 287, took "And." to mean "Andrew," but the court certificate says that the name was "Anderson"] proved the second codicil. At a court session held 20 July 1801 the will and first codicil thereon endorsed was presented and further proved by Richard N. Venable, another witness thereto; and George Redd gave bond and security as an executor. Permission was granted to the other persons designated in his will as executors to qualify at a later date, if they desired to do so. Thomas Redd, Jr., did not figure in any of those assignments, probably because he had left Prince Edward County in 1796. [According to the Personal Property Tax lists mentioned above, and the sale by Thomas Redd, Jr., of his Prince Edward property in 1796.]
       Thomas Redd was married three times. His first two wives were named Wright, according to Mr. W.S. Morton, of Farmville. They seem to have been sisters and may have been daughters of the John Wright from whom Thomas Redd purchased land in 1763. His third wife was Frances Anderson whom he married about 1770. She was the second of the children of Charles Anderson mentioned in his will. [2 Cumberland Wills 391.] He was that Charles Anderson who was the Presbyterian leader in the old Upper Cumberland Church. [Cumberland Deeds 515.]
       When in the following statements exact dates of birth or death are given, they have been taken from Bible entries. Two are also from Tombstone inscriptions. Marriage dates are those found in the Prince Edward Court House records. The names of the grandchildren have been taken from miscellaneous letters sent to the author of this sketch. Correspondents have mentioned the fact that Elizabeth (Redd) Billups and Charles Anderson Redd were children of different mothers, that no doubt has ever existed that William and Charles Anderson Redd were full brothers, that Frances or Fanny was named for her mother; and that George and John were sons of still another mother.

Children of Thomas Redd and his first wife:
       1. GEORGE, born about 1754, married Elizabeth __________; lived on Camp Creek [According to the Personal Property Tax lists mentioned above], Prince Edward County, where he was taxed in 1800. On 2 July 1781 he was commissioned ensign in the Charlotte County militia. [23 Tylers Quarterly Magazine 192.] On 18 October 1784 the Prince Edward Court ordered that James Anderson, son of Parsons Anderson, be bound to George Redd. [Prince Edward Order Book 1781-1785, p. 290.] "Parsons Anderson", the court had noted in August 1784 [Ibid., 261], "departed this life while a soldier in Continental Service." Parsons Anderson was an older brother of Frances Anderson who about 1770 married Thomas Redd.
       2. JOHN, born 11 November 1756, died 22 July 1840; marriage bond dated 19 September 1780; his wife was Mary Truman. Quinn Morton was security on the marriage bond. [Prince Edward Marriage Bonds.] Quinn Morton's wife was Mary Anderson, another of the children of Charles Anderson, of Cumberland. John and Mary (Truman) Redd had 7 children [25 Wm. and Mary Quarterly (first series) 287, 288]:
       (a) Elbert F. Redd, (b) Nancy (Redd) Madison, (c) Elizabeth (Redd) Clark, (d) Joseph T. Redd, (e) John W. Redd, (f) Henry T. Redd, and (g) Susan Truman Redd who married 14 April 1819 Matthew Mays Dance.

Children of Thomas Redd and his second wife:
       
       3. ANN, born about 1767, married in Prince Edward County George Watkins. Their marriage bond was dated 30 December 1786. She died ante 1799, leaving a daughter Polly Watkins, mentioned in the will of Thomas Redd.
       4. ELIZABETH (Betsy), born 15 March 1769, married in Prince Edward County 6 July 1791 Richard Billups, of Lunenburg. She was not a widow when her father, by his will, gave her only a life interest in property that otherwise would have become hers outright. There were three children:
              (a) Thomas Billups, (b) Ann Billups who married, first, Jeremiah Early and, second, John Daniel Cunningham, and (c) Joseph W. Billups who married Mary Ann Daniel.

Children of Thomas and Frances (Anderson) Redd:
       
       5. FRANCES (Fanny), born 9 October 1771, was twice married. Her first husband, whom she married in Prince Edward County 3 January 1789 (Bible record) was James Cunningham, son of James and Ann (Thomson) Cunningham. He was born 25 August 1767 in Charlotte County, Va., and died 13 September 1812 in Greene County, Ga. She married secondly in Greene County, Ga., 27 April 1817 Thomas B. Scott. She died 18 June 19[8]43. She had 10 Cunningham children as follows:
              (a) Thomas Cunningham, (b) Elizabeth (Cunningham) Early, (c) John Cunningham, (d) Samuel Cunningham, (e) Mary M. (Cunningham) Wingfield, (f) Harriet Frances (Cunningham) Park, (g) William Redd Cunningham, (h) Martha (Cunningham) Mason, (i) Eliza Early (Cunningham) who married first Dr. Joseph W. Grimes and secondly Hampton Sidney Smith; (j) James Thomson Cunningham, who died young.
       6. THOMAS, born about 1773, lived in Prince Edward County until 1796 (Not to be confused with the Thomas Redd mentioned in 9 William and Mary Quarterly (second series) 339), later returned and was appointed in 1814 Captain in the Prince Edward artillery. [23 Virginia Magazine, 321.] [ERROR, THE 1814 CAPTAIN IN PRINCE EDWARD ARTILLERY IS THOMAS REDD, SON OF GEORGE REDD WHO MARRIED REBECCA MAYO MACON. THIS THOMAS REDD MOVED TO WOODFORD CO., KY AND MARRIED MARCH 10, 1797 MRS. JEMIMA (ABBOTT) MCCLANAHAN.]
       7. WILLIAM, born 19 March 1775, married in Prince Edward County 3 March 1798 Betty Ann, daughter of John and Sarah (Cunningham) Daniel. Sarah Cunningham was a sister of James Cunningham who married Frances Redd, mentioned above. William Redd and his wife moved to Georgia. They had 5 children:
              (a) Charles Anderson Redd, (b) William Anderson Redd, (c) James Kelso Redd, (d) Sarah Antoinette (Redd) Smith, and (e) Martha Redd.
       8. MARY (Polly), born 1779, married in Prince Edward County 9 January 1800 Nathaniel McClurg, and had one child:
              (a) Harriet B. McClurg who married her first cousin Thomas Cunningham.
       9. SALLY ANDERSON, born about 1782, married in Prince Edward County 25 October 1803 John Hatchett, and secondly Major Lloyd, and had one child:
              (a) Fanny (Lloyd) Bailey.
       10. CHARLES ANDERSON, born 26 January 1784, married in Georgia, Elizabeth Gresham. Their son Albert Gresham Redd, of Muscogee County, Georgia, wrote concerning his ancestry, "The granddaughter of Roger Williams married a Chambers. Her daughter married Capt. Charles Anderson. Charles Anderson's daughter married Thomas Redd, who was grandfather of Albert Gresham Redd." [21 Wm. and Mary Quarterly (first series) 70, 71.]
       11. MARTHA (Patty), born about 1786, married in Prince Edward County 23 December 1802 Thomas Jones. She died in Texas.

Among the records of the Georgia Redds the following item appears [Quoted from a letter from Dr. J.D. Eggleston of Hampden Sydney, Va., to John G. Herndon, dated 30 Sept. 1942.]:
              "Muscoe Garnett and George Redd were brothers-in-law, and came from England to Virginia. George Redd was a gentleman in dress, manners, and acquirements . . . . George Redd married Elizabeth Prosser."
Then follows a statement that Captain Thomas Redd was their son and that William Anderson Redd was a grandson of Captain Thomas Redd. Whether the above-cited quotation correctly states the parentage of Thomas Redd, the author of this article does not know.
       The assumption made by Mrs. R. A. Walters, of Farmville [25 Wm. and Mary Quarterly (first series) 287], that Thomas Redd was born about 1730 accords with all that is known about him.

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1783 Deed Book 6, p. 488, Robert Walton to Thomas Redd, 775 acres for 400 lbs. "Chestnut Hill," 10.9 miles south of Farmville, Virginia, on Route #15, thence 7 miles east (left) on Route #630; thence 1 mile north (left) on Route #632; thence .9 mile north (left) on Route 628; thence .2 mile west (left) on private road).

Redd to Vaughan, February 21, 1785 [PE Deeds 7:144]

This Indenture made the twenty first day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty five between George Redd of the County of Prince Edward of the one part and THOMAS VAUGHN of the said County of the other part, Witnesseth that the said GEORGE REDD for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said THOMAS VAUGHN the receipt whereof he the said GEORGE REDD doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain sell deliver and confirm to him the said THOMAS VAUGHN his heirs and assigns forever, one certain tract or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the County aforesaid, it being all the same that is on the west side of the road that . . . from GEORGE WALTON to JOSEPH MOORE, also it being part of the tract of land the said GEORGE REDD now lives on, more particular its bounded by the lands of GEORGE WALTON, THOMAS VAUGHN, PHIL WADE, THOMAS HASKINS and GEORGE REDD containing one hundred acres be the same more or less it being part of the tract that the said GEORGE REDD purchased of THOMAS REDD together with all the appurtenances unto the said THOMAS VAUGHN his heirs and assigns forever. To have and to hold the above sold land and premises to him the said THOMAS VAUGHN his heirs and assigns forever. To the only proper use and behoof of him the said THOMAS VAUGHN his heirs and assigns forever against him the said GEORGE REDD and against the claim and demand of all persons whatsoever shall and will by these presence warrant and forever will defend. In witness whereof the said George Redd hereunto hath set his hand and seal the day and year above written.

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Redd to Redd, January 9, 1785 [PE Deeds 7:139]

This Indenture made the twenty ninth day of January one thousand seven hundred and eighty five, between THOMAS REDD of the County of Prince Edward of the one part and GEORGE REDD of the same County of the other part, Witnesseth that the said THOMAS REDD for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said GEORGE REDD the receipt whereof he the said THOMAS REDD doth hereby acknowledge hath given, granted, bargained sell, deliver andd confirm to him the said GEORGE REDD his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County aforesaid on both sides of Camp Creek containing seven hundred and seventy five acres be the same more or less, it being that tract the said THOMAS REDD purchased of ROBERT WALTON, the said land is bounded as followeth; Viz, by RICE SCOTT, THOMAS HASKINS, THOMAS VAUGHAN, GEORGE WALTON and JOSEPH MOORE together with all the appurtenances unto the said GEORGE REDD his heirs and assigns forever to have and to hold the above sold land and premises to him the said GEORGE REDD his heirs and assigns forever against him the said THOMAS REDD and against the claim and demand of all persons whatsoever shall and will by these presents warrant and forever will defend. In witness whereof he the said THOMAS REDD hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.

                                          THOMAS REDD [Seal]

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Prince Edward County, VA - 1785 Heads of Household
Source: Heads of Families at the First Census 1790, PE1785, pp. 100-102

Last Name, Redd                     Last Name, Redd
First Name, Tho's                     First name, George [next to                                           McGehee, Jacob]
White, 11                            White, 11
Dwelling, 1                            Dwelling, 3                     
Other Bldgs, 4                     Other Bldgs, 6

10102Deed bk 111797Prince Edward22-MarWatkinsJohnexec
Mountain CkSarah Moore and John Watkins execs of Joseph Moore decd and
Sally Molloy, Nancy Moore, George Moore of PE children to George Redd of PE
240# 320 ac on Mountain Ck by the name of Mason's upper mill tract adj Rice
Scott, Plunket Holt, Jesse Owen, George Walton, George Redd tract Joseph
Moore purchased of John Mason and one ot the tracts devised in the will to
be sold by execs. All signed. wit John Redd, Thoms Redd, John Moore.

8792Court Order Book 9 1788-1791Prince Edward
WatkinsThomasdefGeorge Moore assignee of Thomas Redd pl vs
Joseph Scott and Thomas Watkins def., pg 41 in debt



Notes for Frances Anderson:
The will of Charles Anderson, of Cumberland County, dated August 26, 1783, probated February 27, 1786, names daughter Frances Redd (Cumberland County Records Will Book, No. 2, p. 391) [p. 648]


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Nash to Redd, February 13, 1769 [PE Deeds 4:123]
This Indenture made this 13th day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty nine Between ABNER NASH of the province of North Carolina of the one part and THOMAS REDD of the other part. Witnesseth that the said ABNER NASH for and in consideration of the sum of Thirty pounds current money to him in hand paid by the said THOMAS REDD the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said THOMAS REDD and his heirs a certain Tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County of Prince Edward containing by estimation six hundred acres be the same more or less and _____ cornered?_____ by the lands of JAMES CARTER, RICHARD BARNETT and the said THOMAS REDD, the same being the remaining part of eight hundred acres purchased by the said ABNER of ____ ______. To have and to hold the said Tract or parcel of land and all & singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging to the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever. To the only proper use and behoof of the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever, and the said ABNER NASH for himself and his heirs doth covenant and agree to and with the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns that he will at any further time on reasonable notice and request seal and ______ such further ______ or ________ for the safe and ______ conveyance of the said land unto the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns as he or they shall reasonably require, and the said ABNER NASH doth also Convenant to and with the said THOMAS REDD that the said land and premises are clear and ______ from all manner of incumbrances and that he will warrant & defend the same against the lawful claim of all manner of persons whatsoever. In witness whereof the said ABNER NASH hath hereunto put his hand and affix his Seal this day and year above mentioned.
Seal and Delivered In
the presence of:                                   ABNER NASH [Seal]
JOHN NASH
CHARLES SELBE
JAMES DIKES

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1771
Prince Edward County Deed book 7:153
Redd, Thomas inquisition
On the petition of THOMAS REDD setting forth that he is the owner of a convenient place on both sides of Vaughns Creek to erecting a water Grist Mill at and praying that the Sheriff with a Jury do view on report according to law. Thereupon ordered the Sheriff with a Jury do meet at the place proposed by the petitioner and after being first sworn for the purposes aforesaid that they do value the Lands _____ may be affected on land under water by means of the Mill being built, together with the Timber wood, other conveniences thereon, and that they do report the same under this several hands and seals to the Court of this County.
Prince Edward Inquisition indented and taken at the Parish of Saint Patrick and county aforesaid this sixteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy one. In obedience to an order of _______ court of the said County bearing date April Court 1771 last passed and in the year aforesaid before PETER LE GRAND Sheriff of the said County by the oaths of JOHN MILLER, JAMES ARNOLD, BENJAMIN JOHNS, DAVID TYREE, SAM'L SOUTHERLAND, ZACHARIAH ROBERTSON, JOHN CALDWELL JUN., JOHN DANIEL, JOSEPH SIMMONS, ROBERT JENNINGS, NATHANIEL SANKESTER and JOHN SIMMONS good and lawful men of the vicinage in the said order mentioned who being met at the place in the said order named and duly sworn before me PETER LE GRAND and having diligently viewed and examined the adjacent lands in the said order named on both sides of Vaughans Creek which may be affected or land under water by means of THOMAS REDDs building the said Mill mentioned in the said order together with the Timber and other conveniences thereon upon their oaths do say that the building the Mill at the place mentioned in the said order will be of damage of forty shillings sterling to THOMAS WOOD and that it will not be to the damage of any other person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof as well the said Sheriff as Jurors aforesaid have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals the day and year within mentioned. PETER LE GRAND Sheriff -- Seal; JOHN MILL -- Seal; JAMES ARNOLD -- Seal; DAVID TYREE -- Seal; JOSEPH SIMMONS -- Seal; JOHN CALDWELL -- Seal; JOHN SIMMONS -- Seal; SAMUEL SOUTHERLAND -- Seal; BENJAMIN JOHNS -- Seal; ZACHARIAH ROBERTSON -- Seal; ROBERT JENNINGS -- Seal; NATHANIEL SAMKESTER -- Seal; JOHN DANIEL -- Seal.

Tythables in 1773 and 1774, Buckingham County, VA
Redd, Thomas, 1773, 6 tythables; Redd, Thomas, 1774, 10 tythables

. . . . Both Joseph Moore and Thomas Redd advertised mills for sale in 1778; Redd's mill was on the Appomattox River or a tributary stream near the river; it was equipped with a large pair of Cologne stones and bolting cloths. (Virginia Gazette (Purdie), Aug. 21, 1778; Oct. 16, 1778. Redd's mill was located on a "never failing stream.") Bradshaw, History of Prince Edward County, pp. 302, 775)

Redd to Jones
PE Deeds Book 6:53
April 19, 1779
This Indenture made this nineteenth Day of April in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred & Seventy nine between WILLIAM JONES of Buckingham County of the one part & THOMAS REDD of the same county of the other part
Witnesseth
That the said THOMAS REDD for in consideration of one thousand two hundred & Fifty Pounds good and lawful money of Virginia in hand paid to the said THOMAS REDD by the said WILLIAM JONES the Receipt of which he does hereby fully acknowledge thereof & for every part does Exonerate and Discharge the said WILLIAM JONES being contented & satisfyed by these presents have granted Bargained & Sold unto the said WILLIAM JONES a tract of Land lying & being in the county of Prince Edward containying Seven hundred acres more or less and Bounded as follows that is to say
Joining the lands of THOMAS WOOD, EZEKIEL HENDRICK, WILLIAM FINLEY, THOMAS COLDWELL, JOHN ARMSTRONG, MARJORY MOREIN, WIDDON BERNARD, JOHN SIMMONS & NATHANIEL LAKESTER
To have and to hold, occupy and possess, the aforesaid Land with all and singular the Appurttenances unto the said WILLIAM JONES his heirs & assigns for ever, to the only proper use & benefit of the said WILLIAM JONES his heirs & assigns for ever and the said THOMAS REDD does for himself and his Heirs covenant & agree to and with the said WILLIAM JONES & his Heirs that he and they shall warrant and forever Defend the right title interest & property of the said Land against the claim and Demand of himself & his heirs & every other person whatsoever In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written
Signed Sealed & Delivered
in presence of                                   THOMAS REDD [Seal]
Memorandum That on the day and year within mentioned Quiet & peaceable possession with Livery & Seisen was given by the within named REDD to WILLIAM JONES according to the form and Effect of this Indenture
Signed Sealed & Delivered
in presence of                                   THOMAS REDD [Seal]

At a Court held for Prince Edward County April 19th 1779
The within Deed indented from THOMAS REDD with memorandum Indorsed to WILLIAM JONES was presented in Court and acknowledged by sais REDD -- & ordered to be recorded
                                   Test:       Tran: Watkins DC              

Brown to Redd
Prince Edward County Deeds, Book 6:282
Narch 20, 1780

This Indenture made this twentieth Day of March one thousand seven hundred & Eighty between JOHN BROWN of Prince Edward county of the one part and THOMAS REDD of the same county of the other part witnesseth:
that the said JOHN BROWN for & in consideration of the sum of Three thousand nine hundred pounds current money to him the said JOHN BROWN in hand paid at and before the Ensealing and Delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the said JOHN BROWN doth hereby acknowledge and thereof every part thereof doth requit sell and discharge him the said THOMAS REDD his heirs executors admnrs and assigns forever he the said JOHN BROWN hath given granted & bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell unto him the sd THOMAS REDD his heirs executors & assigns one certain tract of land situate lying and being in the county of Prince Edward on the north side of Bush River and on both sides of Mortons Creek containing by estimation four hundred and eighty five acres be the same more or less and bounded as followeth (towit) Beginning at a corner Hicory in WILLIAM MCGEHEE's line thence along WALTON's lines, south eighty six Degrees, east forty four poles to the head of a Branch thence down the Branch as it meanders to the end WALTONs line thence along the same north eighty seven degrees east twenty eight poles to a corner ____ on Bush River thence down the River and it meanders to a corner walnut on the River in RANDOLPH's line thence on his line to a dogwood in the Lowgrounds thence on the sd RANDOLPHs lines, North fourty five degrees west twenty poles to a scrub white oak on the top on the Hill, thence north five and an hald degrees west fourty six poles to Mortons Creek, thence up the Creek as it meanders to the north of a small Branch thence cross the Creek and up the Branch and meanders to JONATHAN SMITH'S's line thence on his line and WM MCGEHEE's lines south Eleven degrees west one hundred and sixty eight poles to a poplar on Mortons Creek, thence crossing the Creek south thirty Eight and an half degrees east sixty four poles to a post corner thence south ten and a half degrees west one hundred and sixty eight poles to the Begining together with all Houses and out houses and all and singular other the premises belonging on or any wise appertaining and the remainder and remainders rents issues and profits thereof and, every part and parcel thereof to have & to hold the said tract or parcel of land unto him the sd. THOMAS REDD his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever together with all the Hereditaments and appurtenances to the said Premises belonging or in any wise appertaining and the said JOHN BROWN doth covenant and agree that he the said JOHN BROWN shall will truly warrant and forever Defend the said land whatsoever unto him the said THOMAS REDD his Heirs, Executors administrators or assigns forever. In Witness whereof he the sd JOHN BROWN hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.
Sealed & Delivered
in presence of                                   JOHN BROWN [Seal]
Memorandum that on the day and above written livery and seisen with quiet and peaceable possession of the within land and premises was made by the within names JOHN BROWN to the within THOMAS REDD
Sealed & delivered
in Presence of                                   JOHN BROWN [Seal]

[Note William McGehee was Mary Truman Redd's uncle]

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Randolph to Redd
Prince Edward Co. Deeds Book 6:367
August 17, 1780

This Indenture made this 17th day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and eighty Between PEYTON RANDOLPH Esqr. of the County of Henrico of the one part & THOMAS REDD of the county of Prince Edward of the other part Witnesseth
That the said PEYTON for & in consideration of the sum of Three Thousand five Hundred pounds current money to him in hand paid the Receipt whereof he doth hereby Acknowledge & thereof acquit & Discharge the said THOMAS REDD hath granted bargained & sold and by these presents Doth grant Bargain & Sell Alien Release and Conjoin unto the said THOMAS and to his Heirs and Assigns forever one certain part or parcel of land containing by Survey Forty five acres situate lying and being in the County of Prince Edward on the south side of Bush River and bounded as followeth (towit) Beginning at a Walnut on the said Bush River above the road near the ford, thence north sixty four Degrees west fifty eight poles to a Corner Pine from thence north twenty six Degrees East forty two poles to a faced Corner from thence north forty five Degrees west fifty two poles to Morton's Creek, thence down the same as it meanders to the mouth where it Emties into the River and from thence up the River and meanders to the place of Begining. To Have and to Hold the aforesaid forty five acres (more or less) with the appurtenances thereunto belonging together with the way waters water courses fisherys & all other the appurtenances in anywise annexed thereto to the said THOMAS REDD to his only proper use & behoof & to his Heirs and assigns for ever and the said PEYTON for himself and his Heirs doth Covenant & agree to & with the said THOMAS & his Heirs that he the said PEYTON will forever warant and Defend the title of the said Land in fee simple to the said THOMAS & his Heirs against the legal title claim or Demand of any person or persons claiming by from or under him. In whereof the said PEYTON hath hereunto set his Hand and affixed his seal. This day and year above written
Signed sealed and delivered
in Presence of                                   PEYTON RANDOLPH [SEAL]
DAVID COUPLAND
SHARP SPENCER
JOHN DAVISON

Prince Edward August Court 1780 This Deed with Memorandum Indorsed was presented & proved in Court by SHARPE SPENCER and JOHN DAVISON two of the witnesses thereto & at another Court held for said county April 21st 1788 this deed was further proved by DAVID COPLAND, and ordered to be Recorded.
                                   Test:        FRAN WATKINS DC
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Smith to Redd
PE Deeds Book 6:469
June 17, 1782
This Indenture made this seventeenth day of June in the year of our Lord one Thousand seven Hundred and Eighty two Between JONATHAN SMITH & ELEANOR his [wife] of the county of Prince Edward of the one part and THO. REDD of the County aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth
That the said JONATHAN SMITH and ELEANOR his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred & seventeen pounds current money to them the said JONATHAN SMITH & ELENOR his wife in hand paid and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the said JONATHAN SMITH doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part thereof doth acquit rleaease and discharge him the said THOS REDD his heirs Exrs and Admrs and assigns forever they the said JONATHAN SMITH and ELEANOR his wife have given granted Bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant Bargain and sell unto himt he said THOS REDD his heirs Exrs Admrs and Assigns a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the county of Prince Edward aforesaid containing by estimation one hundred and seventeen acres be the same more or less and Bounded as followeth:

Begining at a pine stup the corner of MAGEHEE in the said REDDs own old line extending also along JAMES RICEs line N. twelve E one hundred and fifty six poles to WEAVERs Corner small Box and thence along WEAVERs line N. fifty five west one hundred and twenty five poles to a pine thence a new line Beginning on SMITH S. thirteen W. one hundred & seventy two poles to a corner of Bushes in MAGEHEEs line and thence along MAGEHEEs line S. Sixty three East one hundred and twenty five poles to the first station Together with all Houses and Houses and all and singular other the hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or appurtaining and the Remainder & remainders rents issues and profits thereof and of every part and parcel thereof To Have and to Hold the said tract or parcel of Land unto him the said THOS REDD his heirs Executors and Assigns forever in fee simple together with all and singular the Heriditaments and Appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in any wise Appurtaining and the said JONATHAN SMITH and ELEANOR his wife doth Covenant and agree that they the said JONATHAN SMITH and ELEANOR his wife shall and will truly warrant and forever Defend the said Land and premises against them their Heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever unto himt he said THOS REDD his heirs Exers Admrs and Assigns forever. In Witness whereof the said JONATHAN SMITH and ELEANOR his wife hath hereunto affixed their hands and seals the day and year above written
Signed sealed & Delivered                            JONATHAN SMITH [Seal]
In presence of                                   ELEANOR SMITH [Seal]

Memorandum that on the day and year within mentioned quiet and peaceable possession with livery & seizen was given by the within named JONATHAN SMITH to THOS REDD according to the form and affect of this Indenture
Signed sealed & Delivered                            JONATHAN SMITH [Seal]
In presence of                                   ELEANOR SMITH [Seal]

At a Court held for Prince Edward County June 18th 1783 this deed was presented in Court and acknowledged by JONATHAN SMITH and ELEANOR SMITH partys thereto, said ELEANOR being privily examined, relinguishing her right of dower within lands in the said deed executed, and ordered to be recorded.
              Teste: FWATKINS DC
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Walton to Redd
PE Deeds Book 6:488
January 20, 1783

This Indenture made the twentieth day of January one thousand seven hundred and eighty three between ROBERT WALTON and BLANCHE his wife of the county of Prince Edward of the one part and THOMAS REDD of the same county of the other part, Witnesseth that the said ROBERT WALTON and BLANCHE his wife for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the said THOMAS REDD the receipt whereof they the said ROBERT WALTON and BLANCHE doth hereby acknowledge hath given, granted Bargained and sold and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain, sell deliver and confirm to him the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County aforesaid on both sides of Camp Creek in the County aforesaid, containing seven hundred and seventy five acres (be the same more or less) being all that tract of land the said ROBERT purchase4 to SAMUEL GOODE JUNR (except fifty acres lying on the East side of the road sold to RICE SCOTT) which said land lyes more particularly bounded by the said RICE SCOTT, THOMAS HASKINS, VINCENT WREN, GEORGE WALTON and JOHN MAJOR together with all the appertinances unto the said THOMAS REDD & his heirs and assigns for ever. To have and to hold the above sold land and premises to him the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever to the only proper use and behoof of him the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever against them the said ROBERT WALTON and BLANCHE his wife and against the claim and demand of all persons whatsoever shall and will by these presents warrant and forever will defend. In witness whereof they the said ROBERT WALTON and BLANCHE his wife hath hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed Sealed & delivered                            ROBERT WALTON [Seal]
in presence of                                   BLANCHE WALTON [Seal]

Prince Edward January Court 1783
ROBERT WALTON presented and acknowledged this deed to THOMAS REDD and ordered to be recorded
                                   Test:       FRA WATKINS DC

Pursuant to a dedimus to us directed from the county Court of Prince Edward bearing date the 23rd day of January 1783 and in the 7th year of the wommonwealth we have privately and apart as in the said writ directed, examined the said BLANCHE WALTON, a party in the said dedimus and deed, from ROBERT WALTON to THOMAS REDD, for seven hundred and seventy five acres of land. She doth freely and willingly relinquish her right of dower to said seven hundred and seventy five acres of land as in the said deed specifyed and is willing the same should be admited to record. Given under our hands and seals this 29th day of January 1783.
                                          WILLIAM BOOKER [Seal]
                                          Joe MOORE [Seal]

The Commonwealth of Virginia To WILLIAM BOOKER and JOSEPH MOORE Gentlemen greeting, Whereas ROBERT WALTON and BLANCHE his wife by their deed of bargain and sale bearing date the 20th day of January 1783 and hereto annexed have sold and conveyed unto THOMAS REDD one certain tract or parcel of land containing seven hundred and seventy five acres (more or less) as by deed hereto annexed. And whereas the said BLANCHE cannot conveniently travel to our court of our said County to relinquish her right of dower in said lands and to acknowledge the same, These are therefore so commissioned and require you or any two or more of you that at such time and place as to you may be convenient you privily and apart from the said ROBT do examine the said BLANCHE his wife Whether she doth freely and voluntarily relinquish her right of dower in said lands, and whether she doth the same without the persuasion or threats of the said ROBERT her husband and whether she is willing that the same should be recorded in our Court of our said County. Certifying the same under your several hands and seals, and sending the same with this writ enclosed. Witness JNO LeNEVE Clerk of our said Court this 21st day of January 1783 & 7th year of our commonwealth.
                                          JNO LeNEVE
Prince Edward February Court 1783
The within Dedimus Attestation with Certificate of the relinquishment of dower of BLANCHE WALTON annexed was returned and ordered to be recorded.
                                   Test: FRA WATKINS, DC

Memorandum that on the day and year first within mentioned quiet and peaceable possession and seizen of the within mentioned land and premises was given and made by ROBERTY WALTON and BLANCHE his wife to THOMAS REDD agreeable to the tenor from and affect of the within written Indenture
In presence of
                                   ROBERT WALTON [Seal]
                                   BLANCHE WALTON [Seal]
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Smith to Redd
PE Deeds Book 7:129
September 15, 1784

This Indenture made this fifteenth day of September in the year of our Lord Christ One thousand seven hundred and eighty four between JONATHAN SMITH of Saint Patrick Parish and County of Prince Edward of the one part and THOMAS REDD of the same Parish and County of the other part Witnesseth that the said JONATHAN SMITH for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and fifty pounds current Money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said THOMAS REDD before the sealing and delivery hereof the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said THOMAS REDD and to his heirs forever one certain Tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County aforesaid on the Branches of Bush River containing by Estimation two hundred acres be the same more or less is the whole of the Tract of Land whereon the said JONATHAN SMITH now lives and which said two hundred acres land with one hundred and seventeen acres which the said THOMAS REDD purchased sometime ago at the said SMITH included the whole of the SMITH made over to the said JONATHAN SMITH by JACOB MGEHEE as by deed of record in Prince Edward Court bearing date the 15th day of November 1799 and to which for the boundaries is refered with the reversions and reversions rents issues and profits thereof to the same belonging or appertaining to have and to hold the said Tract and parcel of land unto the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns. To the only proper use benefit and behoof of the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever and the said JONATHAN SMITH for himself and his heirs the said Tract and parcel of land with the appurtenances unto the said THOMAS REDD and his heirs against himself and his heirs, and against all and every other person and persons claiming any right or title thereto unto the said THOMAS REDD and his heirs shlal and will warrant and by these presents defend. In witness whereof the said JONATHAN SMITH hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Sealed and delivered
in presence of                                   JONATHAN SMITH [Seal]
SAMUEL LOVE
JOHN REDD
JOHN MAJOR

At a Court held for Prince Edward County September 1784. The within written Deed from Jonathan Smith to Thomas Redd was presented in Court and acknowledged by the said SMITH party thereto to be his act and Deed. ELEANOR his wife being first privily examined relinquishes her right of dower to the lands in said Deed mentioned. Ordered the same be recorded.
                            Teste:       F WATKINS C
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Fox to Redd
Prince Edward Deeds Book 8:71
June 7, 1786

This Indenture made the seventh day of June one thousand seven hundred and eighty six between THOMAS REDD of the County of Prince Edward of the one part and ANNE FOX widow and relict of JOHN FOX late of the County of Glocester deceased of the other part, Whereas the said THOMAS REDD is now in possession of all that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the Parish of St. Patrick and County of Prince Edward on the branches of Bush River, and containing by estimation seven hundred and seventy five acres, be the same more or less, and bounded by the lands of JOSEPH MOORE, RICE SCOTT, THOMAS HASKINS, THOMAS VAUGHN and GEORGE WALTON, which tract or parcel of land the said REDD holds by purchase and conveyance from ROBERT WALTON, who held the same by purchase and conveyance from SAMUEL GOODE, who held the same by purchase and conveyance from ROBERT VAUGHAN who held the same by purchase and conveyance from JOHN FOX decd., and whereas the said ANNE FOX the widow and relict of the said JOHN FOX deceased still holds her dower in the said land or parcel of land, and for the consideration of fifty pounds, hath consented and agreed to relinquish and release the same unto the said THOMAS REDD. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the aforesaid sum of Fifty pounds by the said THOMAS REDD to the said ANNE FOX in hand paid at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof she doth hereby acknowledge, and thereof acquit and discharge the said THOMAS REDD his executors and administrators, she the said ANNE FOX hath granted, revised, released and forever quit claimed and by these presents doth fully and absolutely grant revise, release and forever quit claim unto the said THOMAS REDD his heirs and assigns forever all her right, title, interest property claim and demand whatsoever in law or equity of her the said ANNE FOX of in and to the said tract or parcel of Land before mentioned, lying and being in Prince Edward County on the branches of Bush River and containing by estimation seven hundred and seventy five acres, be the same more or less and bounded as aforesaid so that she the said FOX nor her heirs, executors or administrators shall have claim, challenge, or demand any right title interest estate thereto or to any part thereof but thereof and therefrom and from all actions and suits for the recovery thereof shall be utterly debarred and excluded, and the said ANNE FOX for herself doth hereby covenant and agree to and with the said THOMAS REDD and his heirs and assigns that she the said ANNE FOX shall and will at all times hereafter at the reasonable request and charge of the said THOMAS REDD make and execute any Deed or deeds for the more effectual conveyance of the aforesaid Land and premises with the appurtanences unto the said THOMS REDD his heirs and assigns, In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written
Sealed and delivered
in the presence of                                   ANNE FOX [Seal]
SAMUEL GOODE
WM PUCKETT
ROBERT VAUGHN
At a Court held for Prince Edward County June 1786. This Release from ANNE FOX to THOMAS REDD was presented in Court and proved by the three witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded.
                            Teste:       F WATKINS, Clk
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Redd to Redd
Prince Edward County Deeds Book 10:277
April 20, 1795
This Indenture made this Twentieth day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety five Between THOMAS REDD and THOMAS REDD JUNIOR both of Prince Edward County Witnesseth that the said THOMAS REDD for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said THOMAS REDD JUNR the receipt whereof the said THOMAS REDD doth hereby acknowledge, hath given, granted bargained and sold, and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell and confirm unto the said THOMAS REDD JUNR his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and fifty acres lying and being in the county of Prince Edward on the Branches of Bush River and bounded by the lands of MOORE WEAVER< SAMUEL VENABLE, CHARLES ALLEN & THOMAS REDD it being part of that tract whereon JONATHAN SMITH lived, together with all and singular priviledges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining In fee simple unto the said THOMAS REDD JUNR his heirs and assigns forever to have and hold and occupy and possess and Injoy the same to him the said THOMAS REDD JUNR his heirs and assigns forever and against the claim of all persons whatsoever, shall and I will be these presents warrant and forever defend. In witness whereof the said THOMAS REDD hath hereunto set his hand and seal.
                     Teste:              THO REDD [Seal]

Memorandum That on the day and year within written quiet and pecible possession was given by the within named THOMAS REDD SENR to THOMAS REDD JUNIOR according to the form and effect of the within Deed
                     Teste:              THO REDD [Seal]

Prince Edward District Court Deeds 1789-1816Prince Edward Co., {VA} Reel 12, p. 141
Oglethorpe County, Georgia, indenture 7-30-1805 between FRANCIS [sic] REDD of Oglethorpe Co., and CHARLES ANDERSON REDD of Prince Edward Co., VA.
THOMAS REDD, late of Prince Edward, dec'd, by his will bequeathed to his wife FRANCES REDD a tract lying on Bush River containing 600 acres, bounded by JOHN RED, WALTON and LARKIN ANDERSON, and the estate of JAMES RICE decd, and land of SAMUEL WATSON. Tract was devised to FRANCES during her lifetime, and at her death to THOMAS' son CHARLES ANDERSON REDD.

More About Thomas Redd and Frances Anderson:
Marriage: Abt. 177034,35,36
       
Children of Thomas Redd and Frances Anderson are:
              i.       Frances Redd37,38,39,40, born 09 Oct 177141,42; died 18 Jun 184342; married (1) James Cunningham 03 Jan 1789 in Prince Edward Co. VA43,44,45; born 25 Aug 1767 in Charlotte County, VA46,47; died 13 Sep 1812 in Greene County, GA48,49; married (2) Thomas Baytop Scott 27 Apr 1817 in Greene County, GA50,51; born 176152; died 05 Feb 1821 in Lowndes Co., AL.

Notes for Frances Redd:
Frances (Fanny) Redd Cunningham Scott, mentioned in her father's will with her husband (James Cunningham, 8/25/1767-1812) as executor. (Source: Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, OK)

Note that Frances' brother William was listed of "Russell Co., AL" in his will. [Muscogee County Will Book A (1838-1862), p. 9-10, 22 March 1838]

Note: tombstone erected in 1855 shows that she died 1843, age seventy-one years, three months, eleven days, buried in Greensboro, GA) [Bryan L. Redd, M.D.]

Notes for James Cunningham:
Terry Honan's Family Genealogy has him born 23 Aug 1767

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Nancy Dillard, "Hodge Podge of Surnames mostly 1660-present", Sewwhat333@home.com for specific dates and locations of births of children

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JAMES CUNNINGHAM (son of James) was born 23 August 1767 in Charlotte County. (This and subsequently recorded dates of birth and death of members of this family were copied personally by John G. Herndon from the Family Bible of John Cunningham, son of this James.) He was given by the terms of his fathers will (1 Charlotte Wills 224.) "all the tract of Land on which I now live on Cub Creek, to him and his heirs forever, after the death of my wife. Likewise two Negro fellows named Will and Fill, a chest marked on the back J. C., two cows and calves, and a bid and furniture at the discretion of my executors, and Fifteen pounds Cash, to him and his heirs forever."

He married 3 January 1789 Frances Redd in Prince Edward County, (51 Va. Mag. 208.) was commissioned a justice of the peace for Charlotte County 10 June 1793; and continued to live there until 1803 in which year he and his family settled in Greene County, Ga. There he purchased 3 November 1803 from Ezekiel E. Park and Jonathan Opsyck for $2,100 a 575 tract on the Oconee River. His deed to this property was recorded 5 June 1805, the day on which Susannah Park renounced her right of dower therein. (4 Greene Deeds 180-1) He entered into partnership with his nephew James Kelso Daniel shortly after arriving in Georgia for the transaction of a general merchandise business, located at Madison, Greene County, Ga. He and his family, however, lived on the outskirts of Greensboro, opposite the present home of Mrs. Minnie (Linton) Winn, one of his great-granddaughters. In 1808 he was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives and served therein the following year. (Record of this legislative service obtained from the Department of Archives and History, Atlanta, Ga.) Bad health caused him to decide not to seek re-election.

He made his will 2 March 1810, added a codicil 10 September 1812, and died three days later. His will, with codicil, was probated 24 September 1812. (Greene County Will Book E, pp. 110-113.) Therein he provided that his children should "Have a good English education - reading, writing and arithmetic - at a private country school"; that his sons should go "one year to an academy of publick boarding school for studying English grammar, geography, etc." that his daughters attend "publick school or keep a school mistress, the time to be discretionary with my wife Frances"; that his sons should "have a liberal education, if they have a good genius, and desire it …. (and) when not at school, and of ability, to be kept constantly at farming or some other honest occupation, adapted to their genius and bodily strength." To each child he left $1,200 which, by the codicil he increased to $1,500. He named as executors his wife Frances, his friend Thomas Terrell, Jeremiah Early who had married his oldest daughter, his partner James Kelso Daniel and his son Thomas Cunningham as soon as he reach 21 years of age. Among the witnesses to the codicil were Nathaniel and Polly McClurg, brother-in-law and sister of the testator's wife, Frances.

The breadth of the interests of James Cunningham may be judged by considering the titles of books in his library mentioned in the inventory of his estate, among which (the whole list being too long for publication here) were the following: one large family Bible (from which most of the dates mentioned of birth, death and marriage of members of his family were copied), a small Bible and two Testaments, Simson's Euclid, Buffopn's Natural History, Georgia Digest, Henning's Justice, Montaigne's Reflections, Constitution of the United States, Tristram Shandy, the Tatler, Clarissa Harlowe, Humphrey Clinker, Explanation of the Catechism, Life of Frederick III, Don Quixote, The Columbian Orator, Patillo's Sermons, Pamela, Joseph Andrews, Hieroglyphically Bible, Life of Mahomet, two volumes of plays, two volumes entitled French Adventure, Buchan's Valiant Travels, and a Medical Companion. His personally was appraised at $14,590.19, exclusive of his $4,091.91 interest in the store at Madison, Ga. (Greene County Inventories, etc., Book G, pp. 171,195)

His widow Frances was born 9 October 1771, eldest of the children of Captain Thomas Redd by his third wife Frances Anderson, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth (Chambers) Anderson. The parents of Charles Anderson were Thomas (who died in 1752 in Albemarle County) and Elizabeth Anderson. The mother of Elizabeth Chambers was Elizabeth, daughter of Roger Williams, son of the Roger Williams who died in Old Rappahannock County in 1677. On 27 April 1817, Mrs. Frances (Redd) Cunningham married Thomas Baytop Scott. (From the Family Bible mentioned in footnote 125) Thereafter she was called "Aunt Scott" by her numerous nephews and nieces. Mr. Scott died intestate about 1827. The Family Bible says that she died 18 January 1843 (Not 18 June 1943, as erroneously stated in 51 Va. Mag. 208) but on a tombstone erected to her memory in 1855, the inscription says she "died in 1843, aged 71 years, 3 months, 11 days (Her burial place in Greensboro, Ga. Cemetery)

More About James Cunningham and Frances Redd:
Marriage: 03 Jan 1789, Prince Edward Co. VA53,54,55

              ii.       Thomas Redd, Jr., born 1773 in Prince Edward Co., VA; died Nov 1812 in Woodford County, KY56; married Jemima Abbott 10 Mar 1797 in Woodford County, KY56; born 29 Mar 1771 in Culpeper Co., VA; died Bef. Nov 1847 in Howard Co., MO.

Notes for Thomas Redd, Jr.:
Will of THOMAS REDD, November 1, 1812
Woodford Co., Will Book D, pp.6-7

Be this my first & only will & Testament. I leave unto my wife JEMIME REDD the tract of land I live on dureing her life at her death I give and bequest the said tract of land I live on dureing her life at her death I give and bequest the said tract of land to my son JOHN REDD.

It is also my wish and desire that my wife JEMIME REDD Should raise and educate my two Children in a genteel manner with the money arising from the hire of my negroes or the keeping them at home which she may deem the most prophitable it is also my wish and desire when my daughter PATSY REDD becomes of age or marries or when my son JOHN REDD becomes of age my wife JEMIME REDD should cause there to be three equal division of my negroes which the one so marrying or becomes of age may draw for her or his part also in the like manner when the second should become of age it is also my wish when after the first part is so drawn for the other two parts should be put in one common stock till the second comes of age and then in like manner divide the said negroes again in two parts the one of which my wife JEMIME REDD has during her life at her death to be equally divided between the said two children PATSY & JOHN REDD. I now give and bequeath unto my wife JEMIME REDD forever all my stock of horses cattle sheep and hogs also all my household and kitchen furniture also all my farming utensils of every description.

I also give unto my wife JEMIME REDD a certain portion of property that falls to me at my mothers death out of which property or money and the personal property I wish my wife JEMIME REDD to make PATSY REDD nearly unto equal JOHN REDD in wealth as she conveniently can. Now be it finally understood that if my two children PAATSY REDD & JOHN REDD should die before they become of age or not leaving a lawful heir or heirs of her or his body that the whole of the fourgoing named property Both land and Negroes shall be entirely invested in my wife JEMIME REDD without any kind of reserve what so ever this first day of November 1812.

THOMAS REDD /s/
Attest: TH. BULLOCK, THOS. COLEMAN; JONATHAN GRAY

Woodford County court Nov. 1812.
The last will & testament of THOMAS REDD deceased was produced in court and proven by the oaths of THOMAS BULLOCK and JONATHAN GRAY, subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on motion of JEMIME REDD administration of the estate is granted her with the will ---- thereupon administared the oath prescribed by law and executed with PRESLEY WHITE and MARSHALL MC CLANAHAN her securities in the finality of $10,000 conditioned according to law.
Teste: JOHN MC KINNEY, County Clerk

NOTES: THOMAS BULLOCK was son-in-law of MORDECAI REDD. Mordecai Redd built Thomas & Jemima a wonderful magnificent early Kentucky home which still stands and can be found in the Sunday section of present day newspapers.
Mordecai Redd was born cir 1735 in King & Queen co., VA and died cir 1807 Woodford Co., Ky -- one of several Children of Thomas Redd, Jr & Elizabeth Barbee. His wife was Agatha Minor of Spotsylvania.
1. There is an old letter (or maybe a memory) which talks about the Redds of PrEd traveling in carriages or stagecoaches to Henry Co., Va to visit the family of John Redd of Henry Co Va for the Christmas Holidays.
2 And adds that the Redds of PrEd were mostly blondes and the Redds of Henry were mostly dark (or visa versa Redds of PrEd were dark & Henry Co were blond.)
[Source for the will and notes above, Anne Baker, Lexington, KY, starr460@insightbb.com]

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(CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA, Genealogy of VA Families, Vol V, R-Z, pp. 68-75]

Ten years later Thomas Redd conveyed to his son Thomas, Jr., for £150 part of his remaining property. [Ibid., 10:277.] It was described as 250 acres bounded by the branches of the Bush River and the lands of Moore Weaver, Samuel Venable, Charles Allen, Thomas Redd, and that on which Jonathan Smith used to live. The deed was dated 20 April 1795. He retained for himself 67 of the acres he had originally acquired from the Smiths and he owned them at the time of his death.
       On 28 January 1796 Thomas Redd, Jr., sold the above mentioned 250 acres to his brother William who in turn likewise sold this tract in February 1797. At a Court held 18 December 1797 Frances Redd, wife of Thomas Redd, Sr., waived her dower rights therein.

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Redd to Redd, January 28, 1796 [PE Deeds10:435]

This Indenture made this twenty eighth day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety six between THOMAS REDD JUN. and WILLIAM REDD both of Prince Edward County, witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred pounds of good and lawful money in hand paid by the foresaid WILLIAM REDD to the aforenamed THOMAS REDD JUN. the receipt thereof he does hereby acknowledge thereof and for every part thereof does by these presents exonerate and fully discharge the said W. REDD has bargained sold and confirmed & by these presents does bargain sell and . . . unto the said WILLIAM REDD a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Prince Edward containing two hundred and fifty acres adjoining the lands of JAMES REDD, JAMES WADE, SAMUEL VENABLE, CHARLES ALLEN, BENJ. HODNICK & THOS. REDD it being part of that tract whereon JONATHAN SMITH lived with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the premises hereby grante with all remainders, profits, and benefits of the same. To have and to hold unto the said WILLIAM REDD his heirs and assigns forever, and the said THOMAS REDD, JUN. does hereby for himself and his heirs, warrant and defend the . . . right and title of the said tract of land and appurtenances against the said THOMAS REDD and his heirs and against all and every person whatsoever of the aforenamed THOMAS REDD, does by these presents covenant and agree to and with the aforesaid WILLIAM REDD that he will make him such further appurtenances as may be thought necessary for the absolute & legal conveyance of the same. In witness whereof he has set his hand and fixed his seal the day and year above wrtten.
Signed sealed and delivered
in presents of                                   THOMAS REDD [ Seal]
GEORGE REDD
STEPHEN DAVIS
JOHN REDD

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6. THOMAS, born about 1773, lived in Prince Edward County until 1796 (Not to be confused with the Thomas Redd mentioned in 9 William and Mary Quarterly (second series) 339), later returned and was appointed in 1814 Captain in the Prince Edward artillery. [23 Virginia Magazine, 321.] [NOTE: THE 1814 CAPTAIN IN PRINCE EDWARD ARTILLERY IS HIS COUSIN THOMAS REDD, SON OF GEORGE REDD WHO MARRIED REBECCA MAYO MACON. THIS THOMAS REDD MOVED TO WOODFORD CO., KY AND MARRIED MARCH 10, 1797 MRS. JEMIMA (ABBOTT) MCCLANAHAN. HE LOST AN ARM IN THE WAR OF 1812 AND CAME HOME & SOON DIED OF THOSE WOUNDS.]
[Source for the correction and notes above, Anne Baker, Lexington, KY, starr460@insightbb.com]


Died Nov-Dec 1812, Woodford Co., KY (killed in hunting accident). [Bryan Redd, M.D.] According to Anne Baker, he lost an arm in the War of 1812 and it was this injury that led to his death.


Thomas is enumerated as head of household and in the twenty-five to forty-five age group with wife in the same age group, and one son in the under ten years, one daughter under ten years, and one in the sixteen to twenty-five years group in the 1810 federal census of Woodford Co., KY. [Bryan Redd, M.D.]

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Redd to Redd
Prince Edward County Deeds Book 10:277
April 20, 1795

This Indenture made this Twentieth day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety five Between THOMAS REDD and THOMAS REDD JUNIOR both of Prince Edward County Witnesseth that the said THOMAS REDD for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said THOMAS REDD JUNR the receipt whereof the said THOMAS REDD doth hereby acknowledge, hath given, granted bargained and sold, and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell and confirm unto the said THOMAS REDD JUNR his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and fifty acres lying and being in the county of Prince Edward on the Branches of Bush River and bounded by the lands of MOORE WEAVER, SAMUEL VENABLE, CHARLES ALLEN & THOMAS REDD it being part of that tract whereon JONATHAN SMITH lived, together with all and singular priviledges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining In fee simple unto the said THOMAS REDD JUNR his heirs and assigns forever to have and hold and occupy and possess and Injoy the same to him the said THOMAS REDD JUNR his heirs and assigns forever and against the claim of all persons whatsoever, shall and I will be these presents warrant and forever defend. In witness whereof the said THOMAS REDD hath hereunto set his hand and seal.
                     Teste:              THO REDD [Seal]

Memorandum That on the day and year within written quiet and pecible possession was given by the within named THOMAS REDD SENR to THOMAS REDD JUNIOR according to the form and effect of the within Deed
                     Teste:              THO REDD [Seal]

At a Court held for Prince Edward County April 20th 1795
This Indenture with Memorandum indorsed was presented in Court and acknowledged by THOMAS REDD party thereto to be his Act and Deed and ordered to be Recorded
                     Teste:       F WATKINS CC

An abstract of Woodford County, Kentucky Deed Book D has the following entry:

Pg. 26 - 8 Feb 1806

Joseph Delany of Henderson County, Kentucky to John McCown, Sr., of Mercer County, 200 pounds, 40 acres, opposite to ferry known as Delaney's Ferry

Wit: Thomas Bullock, Thomas Redd, Samuel McClure, Robert B. McAfee, James Conner

Signed: Jos. Delany



Notes for Jemima Abbott:
She died Bef Nov 1847, Howard co., Mo. She left a will in Howard Co., Mo. dated 26 Oct 1846 & probated 1 Nov 1847.

Thomas Redd, Jr. b. 1773 Buckingham (Prince Edward) Co., VA, came to Woodford Co., KY, in 1796; d. 1812, Woodford Co., KY, will dated 1 Nov 1812, court ordered inventory of estate Dec 1812; m. 1797, Mrs. Jemime (Abbott) McClanahan, b. 29 Mar 1771, d. before 1 Nov 1847, will dated 22 Oct 1846, Howard Co., MO, widow of Capt. William McClanahan; she married a third time, 8 Jun 1814, Walton Bohon. (Family tradition implies that Bohon only lived two years after their marriage and there were no children). There were two children by Capt. McClanahan: Marshall and Ann; he died intestate, Bourbon County Order book, B, p. 130, Mar 1795 -- orders estate appraisal. In his will, Thomas instructs . . . "I give also unto my wife Jemima Redd a certain portion of property that falls to me at my mother's death" [indicating that his mother was still alive but that his father was deceased] and names his children as Patsy (Martha Anderson) and John Wesley Redd [Bryan Redd]

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Name: Thomas Redd
Division of land of Jemima Bohon, formerly Jemima Redd, John Redd and Patsy Benson, formerly Patsy Redd. Comm. J. Blackwood, Jos. Morgan, and Clarke McAfee
Mercer County, Kentucky Will Records, Will Book 8, 1825-1826




Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Columbia, MO
Leonard, Abiel (1797-1863), Papers, 1782-1910, 1932, n.d. (C1013)
Bohon, Jemima f. 698


Marriage Notes for Thomas Redd and Jemima Abbott:
Thomas Redd, son of Thomas & Frances Anderson Redd moved to Woodford Co., Ky. (I have him as he first appears on the Woodford Tax Records) He married a young widow, Mrs. Jemima (Abbot) McClanahan, 10 Mar 1979, with Mordecai Redd as the bondsman. [Anne Baker, Lexington, KY starr460@insightbb.com]

More About Thomas Redd and Jemima Abbott:
Marriage: 10 Mar 1797, Woodford County, KY56

              iii.       William Anderson Redd57,58,59,60, born 19 Mar 1775 in Buckingham Co., VA61,62,63; died 12 Jan 1838 in AL64,65,66,67,68; married Elizabeth Ann "Betsy Ann" Daniel 17 Mar 1798 in Prince Edward Co. VA69,70,71; born 04 Jun 1780 in Prince Edward Co., VA72; died 27 Nov 1850 in Muscogee Co., GA.

Notes for William Anderson Redd:
Greene County Militia -- Captain Colbert's Company, ca. 1814
Redd, William 39 5'10" fair blue sandy

(CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA, Genealogy of VA Families, Vol V, R-Z, pp. 68-75]; also wrote THE CUNNINGHAMS OF CUB CREEK


Ten years later Thomas Redd conveyed to his son Thomas, Jr., for £150 part of his remaining property. [Ibid., 10:277.] It was described as 250 acres bounded by the branches of the Bush River and the lands of Moore Weaver, Samuel Venable, Charles Allen, Thomas Redd, and that on which Jonathan Smith used to live. The deed was dated 20 April 1795. He retained for himself 67 of the acres he had originally acquired from the Smiths and he owned them at the time of his death.
       On 28 January 1796 Thomas Redd, Jr., sold the above mentioned 250 acres to his brother William who in turn likewise sold this tract in February 1797. At a Court held 18 December 1797 Frances Redd, wife of Thomas Redd, Sr., waived her dower rights therein.

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DAR ID Number 78960
Born in Atlanta, GA
Wife of James R. Estes
[p. 351] Descendant of Ensign John Daniel and of John Edwards.
Daughter of James Francis Redd (1845-92) and Willie Edwards (b. 1855), his wife
Granddaughter of William Redd, Jr. (1805-66) and Eliza Kendrick (1807-87) his wife, m. 1825; James William Burton Edwards (1824-1902) and Margaret Pinkney (1824-93), his wife, m. 1845
Gr-granddaughter of William Redd and Elizabeth Ann Daniel (1780-1850), his wife, m. 1798; Sterling Edwards (1788-1853) and Susan A. Hicks (1797-1854), his wife, m. 1816
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Daniel and Sarah Cunningham, his wife, m. 1777; John Edwards and Martha ____ (b., 1759), his wife, m. 1786
John Daniel served as ensign, 1776, in the 6th Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died, 1830, in Prince Edward County, VA
John Edwards served as private in Captain Eldridge's company, Colonel Elliott's Georgia regiment. He was born, 1759, in England; died in Meriwether County, GA

Mrs. Annie Redd Carper
DAR ID Number: 117168
Born in Union Springs, AL
Wife of Chas. Elliott Carper
Descendant of Ensign John Daniel, as follows:
1. William Redd (1835-1906) m. 1858 Eliza Pope (b. 1842)
2. William Redd, Jr. (1803-66) m. 1825 Eliza Kendrick (1807-87)
3. William Redd (1775-1839) m. 1798 Elizabeth Ann Daniel (1780-1850)
4. John Daniel m. Sarah Cunningham
John Daniel (1756-1830) served as ensign in Col. Henry Skipwith's regiment, 1779. He was born in Virginia; died in Prince Edward County, VA

Mrs. Nettie Smith Whitfield
DAR ID Number 124222
Born in Columbus, GA
Wife of W. W. Whitfield
Descendant of Ensign John Daniel and of Capt. Aaron Smith, as follows:
1. William Thomas Smith (1826-1862) m. 1848 Louisiana Olivia Thornton (1830-1905)
2. Hampton Sidney Smith (1800-76) m. 1825 Sarah Antoinette Redd (1806-50).
3. William Redd (1775-1839) m. Elizabeth Ann Daniel (1780-1855); Thomas Keeling Smith (1753-1827) m. 1777 Eleanor (d. 1816)
4. John Daniel m. 1779 Sarah Cunningham; Aaron Smith m. 1741 Elizabeth Carraway (d. 1776).
John Daniel served as ensign in Col. Henry Skipwith's regiment around Malvern Hill, 1779. He was born in Virginia, died 1830 in Prince Edward Co., VA
Also No. 117168
Aaron Smith served as captain in the 3d company, Col. Williamson's regiment, in Camp '96, South Carolina. He was massacred in South Carolina.

1830 Census, GA
Green Co., Roll 17, p. 278
Red, William
Males - - -11- -1-1
Females - 23 - - - 1


Muscogee County Will Book A (1838-1862)
p. 9-10, 22 March 1838
Will of William Redd of "Russell Co., AL". Wife Eliz. Sons: John, James & William. Daughters, Frances Park w/o Ezekiel Park, Eliza, Mary, Cornelia & Martha. Execs: wife, sons and son-in-law Hampton L. Smith. Wit. M.W. Perry, M. Robertson & Hiram Read

Redd to Redd, January 28, 1796 [PE Deeds10:435]
This Indenture made this twenty eighth day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety six between THOMAS REDD JUN. and WILLIAM REDD both of Prince Edward County, witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred pounds of good and lawful money in hand paid by the foresaid WILLIAM REDD to the aforenamed THOMAS REDD JUN. the receipt thereof he does hereby acknowledge thereof and for every part thereof does by these presents exonerate and fully discharge the said W. REDD has bargained sold and confirmed & by these presents does bargain sell and . . . unto the said WILLIAM REDD a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Prince Edward containing two hundred and fifty acres adjoining the lands of JAMES REDD, JAMES WADE, SAMUEL VENABLE, CHARLES ALLEN, BENJ. HODNICK & THOS. REDD it being part of that tract whereon JONATHAN SMITH lived with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the premises hereby grante with all remainders, profits, and benefits of the same. To have and to hold unto the said WILLIAM REDD his heirs and assigns forever, and the said THOMAS REDD, JUN. does hereby for himself and his heirs, warrant and defend the . . . right and title of the said tract of land and appurtenances against the said THOMAS REDD and his heirs and against all and every person whatsoever of the aforenamed THOMAS REDD, does by these presents covenant and agree to and with the aforesaid WILLIAM REDD that he will make him such further appurtenances as may be thought necessary for the absolute & legal conveyance of the same. In witness whereof he has set his hand and fiixed his seal the day and year above wrtten.
Signed sealed and delivered
in presents of                                   THOMAS REDD [ Seal]
GEORGE REDD
STEPHEN DAVIS
JOHN REDD

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Redd to Watson
Prince Edward County Deeds Book 11:33
February 11, 1797

This Indenture made this eleventh day of February one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven between WILLIAM REDD of Prince Edward county of the one part and JAMES WATSON of the same county of the other part Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM REDD for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred pounds current to him in hand paid by the said JAMES WATSON the receipt whereof the said WILLLIAM REDD doth hereby acknowledge hath granted and sold, and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the same JAMES WATSON and to his heirs and assigns one certain Tract or parcel of land, containing two hundred and fifty acres be the same more or less lying and being in the county of Prince Edward and bounded as followeth vix. Begining at a fixd corner Hickory in BENJAMIN HODNETTs line running on the same and CHARLES ALLENs line north sixty four degrees ___ two hundred and thirty six poles to SAMUEL W. VENABLEs course, thence on his lines north thirty eight degrees east one hundred and eighty two poles to a corner Ash in WADEs line, thence on his line and RICEs South fifty seven degrees east, two hundred and forty poles to a course in THOMAS REDDs line, thence a new line south, thirty and a half degrees west, one hundred and fifty poles to the first station, which said tract of sand was a part of the tract THOMAS REDD SENIOR purchased of JONATHAN SMITH and by him conveyed by deed to THOMAS REDD JUNIOR and from THOMAS REDD JR to the aforesaid WILLLIAM REDD, together with all woods, ways, waters and water courses and all other the appurtenances thereunto belonging to have and to hold the land and premises unto the said JAMES WATSON his heirs or assigns and the said WILLIAM REDD doth for himself and his heirs covenant and agree with the said JAMES WATSON that the said WILLIAM REDD and his heirs the above granted land and premises unto the said JAMES WATSON and to his heirs and assigns, free and clear from all encumbrances against all persons shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents In Witness whereof the said William Redd hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day above written.
In presence o....
..........................                            WILLIAM REDD [Seal]
RICHARD OMDHUNDRO
JAMES ALLEN
SAMUEL WATSON

At a Court held for Prince Edward County February 20th 1797
       This Indenture was presented in court and acknowledged by WILLIAM REDD party thereto to be his act and deed ordered that the same be recorded
                                   Teste:       F WATKINS CC

And at another Court held for said county December 18th 1797 FRANCES the wife of THOMAS REDD being privily examined relinguished her right to dower in the lands in this Indenture mentioned and Ordered to be Certifyed.

From THE GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY PAPERS 1805 [Davis, Robert S., Jr. and Rev. S. Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Georgia Laned Lottery Papers 1805, Published by Southern Historical Press, 1979]the following information has been found
Qualifications required to participate were:
a. Bachelor - 21 years of age, one years of residence is State of Georgia - 1 draw
b. Married with wife and or child - one years residence in State of Georgia - 2 draws
c. Widow with child - 2 draws
d. Minor Orphans - 1 draw
Baldwin County was divided into five districts with land lots of 202 1/2 acres in size
Wayne County was divided into three districts with land lots of 490 acres in size
Wilkinson County was divided into five districts with land lots of 202 1/2 acres in size
Fee Required - $8.10 per 202 1/2 acre lot; $19.60 per 400 acre lot. From page 288

Grantee: Red, William
County of Residence: Greene
Registrant's Serial No. 406
B - Blank Draw
P - Prize Draw
[To determine if a land lot was actually taken by the fortunate drawer, one should inquire at the Surveyor General, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta, Georgia]

From THE THIRD OR 1820 LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA [Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmett, Jr., The Third or 1820 Land Lottery of Georgia, Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc. P. O. Box 738, Easley, S.C. 29640] the following information was obtained:
       "The 1805, the 1807 and the 1821 Land Lotteries did not even mention military veterans. Only the 1820, 1827, and 1832 Lotteries gave any special consideraiton to veterans of wars. The 1820 Lottery is the first of the six which did recognize Revolutionary soldiers, but only if they were invalid or indigent. . . .
       Counties Formed: Early, Number of Districts, 26, Size of Lots acres: 250
       Grant Fee $18.00 per lot. Requirements: 3 years residence in Georgia
       Soldiers of Indian Wars - 1 Draw
       Revolutionary Soldiers (R.S.) - 2 draws
       Married Man - 2 Draws
       Widows - 1 draw
       Widows of husbands killed in Revolutionary War, 1812, or Indian Wars - 2 Draws
       The ORAL oath to be made by a veteran of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 or Indian Wars did not require a detailed statement of his service. The ORAL oath to be made by any other person did not require a detailed statement of kinship, ancestry or descent. [Bagley, Garland C., History of Forsyth County, Georgia, 1832-1932, 1985, p. 74

Name:       Red, James
County, Greene
Militia District, Macons
Lot/Sect. 234/12
Location Drawn Land: Early
Granted: Dec. 12, 1829

From THE FOURTH OR 1821 LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA [Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmet, Jr., The Fourth or 1821 Land Lottery of Georgia, published by southern Historical Press, Inc., Easley, S.C. 29640, 1986]. the following information was obtained:
       "Opened area between Ocmulgee and Flint Rivers, original Fayette, Henry, Monroe, Houston and Dooly Counties. This area was ceded to the United States by the Creek Nation of Indians on Jan. 8, 1821 at Treaty of Indians Springs.

"All persons who had drawn blanks in the three previous land lotteries were able to participate.
Lot sizes 202 1/2 acres. Fee $19.00 per lot.
Bachelors, over 18 yrs. and three yrs residence in Ga. - one draw. Married with wife and minor son under 18 yrs and/or unmarried daughter and three years residence in Georgia - two draws.
Widows living 3 yrs. in Ga. - one draw
Family with minor orphans, father dead, three yrs. in Ga. - one draw
Families with three or more minor orphans and mother dead, three years in Ga. - two draws
Family with 1 or 2 minor children with mother dead, three yrs. in Ga. - one draw
Widows of husbands died during Revolutionary War, War of 1812 or Indian Wars, three yrs. in Ga. - two draws
Orphans of soldiers died during the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, or Indian Wars, three yrs. in Ga. - two draws
Children or families of convicts, three yrs in Ga. - one draw
Excluded any fortunate drawer in any previous lottery.
The following counties were formed: Dooly (16 dists.); Fayette (4 dists.); Henry (8 dists.); Houston (16 dists.); and Monroe (15 dists.).

Name: Redd, Charles A.
Home County: Greene
Militia District: Scott's
Lot/Section 112/8
Drawn Land: Henry

Name: Redd, Charles A.
Home County: Greene
Militia District: Scott's
Lot/Section: 171/13
Drawn Land: Dooly

Name: Redd, William A.
Home County: Greene
Militia District: Grier's
Lot/Section 7/7
Drawn Land: Houston

From ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO GEORGIA 1832 GOLD LOTTERY [Smith, James F., Alphabetical Index to Georgia 1832 Gold Lottery, Published by Harper Bros., N.Y. (1838) Reprinted 1968, Lucas, p. 27] the following information was obtained:
       Prince Edward District Court Deeds 1789-1816
Prince Edward Co., {VA} Reel 12, p. 141
Oglethorpe County, Georgia, indenture 7-30-1805 between FRANCIS [sic] REDD of Oglethorpe Co., and CHARLES ANDERSON REDD of Prince Edward Co., VA.
       THOMAS REDD, late of Prince Edward, dec'd, by his will bequeathed to his wife FRANCES REDD a tract lying on Bush River containing 600 acres, bounded by JOHN RED, WALTON and LARKIN ANDERSON, and the estate of JAMES RICE decd, and land of SAMUEL WATSON. Tract was devised to FRANCES during her lifetime, and at her death to THOMAS' son CHARLES ANDERSON REDD.
       For "Parental love and affection which she has and bears towards her son the said CHARLES ANDERSON REDD" FRANCES transfers the Virginia land to him. Witnesses: JAMES K. DANIEL, THOMAS JONES, JR., WILLIAM REDD, JOSEPH J. MOORE, AND JAMES D. COLE J.P.

In 1828 gold was discovered in the Cherokee nation near Dahlonega, Georgia known as Nuckollsville, and later at Auraria. Gold was found in the streams of Forsyth County, Georgia, and later a number of gold mines were opened. [Ibid, p. 69] The gold area, or eastern part of the Cherokee nation, was divided into forty acre lots while the balance of the area was divided into 160 acre lots. Forsyth County was in the gold prize region and was surveyed into forty acre lots. [Bagley, Garland C., History of Forsyth County, Georgia, 1832-1932, 1985, pp. 143-184]

Name, Redd, William A.
District 17
Section 2
Lot # 1027


Note: A Captain Daniel and Captain Cunningham were officers in General Oglethorpe's command at Savannah in Colonial Georgia; after the warfare with the Indians and Spaniards in Georgia and Florida, these men returned to their families in Virginia. Capt. Daniel had 3 sons while Capt. Cunningham had 3 daughters. The Daniel men married the three Cunningham women. [Bryan Redd, M.D.]

Redd, William, d. 1/12/1839, Alabama, b. 1765(?), from Green Co., SB 1/26/1839 (The Southern Banner, Athens, 1832-1848, 1855)

There was an "Anderson" Redd who was deputy clerk, Cumberland Co., VA in 1799

Notes for Elizabeth Ann "Betsy Ann" Daniel:
1840 Census, Muscogee Co., GA p. 282
Redd, Elizabeth, Males 5-10 1, 15-20 2, 20-30 1; Females 10-15 1; 40-50 1

1850 Census, GA
City of Columbus
682 336
662-746       Redd, Mrs. Elizabeth, 76, F, 1800, VA
       Perkins, Tabatha, 35, F, GA
       Park, Hampton S., 18, M, GA
       Park, Thomas P., 14, M, AL
       Park, Susan E., 11, F, AL
       Park, Sara C., 8, F, AL

Based on the 1850 Census data, she was born about 1874

Marriage Notes for William Redd and Elizabeth Daniel:
13 March 1798. William Redd and Betty Ann Daniel, dau. of John Daniel who is surety. Reg. say Patty Ann.

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Marriage bond of William Redd. "Know all men by these presents that we William Redd and John Daniel are held and firmly bound unto James Wood, Governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, in the just and full sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, for the payment whereof we bind ourselves our lives, assigns, executors, and administrators jointly and severally by these presents, sealed with our seal and dated this 3rd day of March 1798. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas there is a marriage shortly to be solemnized between the above bound William Redd and Betsy Ann Daniel (spinster) daughter of John Daniel. If there be no lawful cause to obstruct the same then this obligation to be boid, else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed: William Redd and John Daniel. [Bryan Redd, M.D.]

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Terry Honan's Family Genealogy has m. 17 Mar 1798 in Prince Edward Co., VA

More About William Redd and Elizabeth Daniel:
Marriage: 17 Mar 1798, Prince Edward Co. VA73,74,75

       1       iv.       Mary "Polly" Redd, born 1779 in Prince Edward Co., VA; died 15 Dec 1860; married Nathaniel McClurg 09 Jan 1800 in Prince Edward Co. VA.
              v.       Sally Anderson Redd76,77, born Abt. 178178,79,80; died Abt. 1812; married (1) John Hatchett 25 Oct 1803 in Prince Edward Co. VA81,82,83,84; born Abt. 1778; died Bef. 1809; married (2) Major Lloyd Abt. 1809.

Notes for Sally Anderson Redd:
Mary (Redd) McClurg raised cousin Fannie Baily (who was Fannie Lloyd) from 2 years of age. [Bryan Redd]

Notes for Major Lloyd:
There was a Mary Loyd, 60 F, Nancy Loyd, 17, F, & Mary Jane Loyd, 16, F, [all born Prince Edward Co., VA] found at household #578/581, adjacent to 580/583 Charles C. Wade & Martha Ann Redd Wade family, and 570/573 Edwin & Elvira Redd family, 571/574, Frank D. & Ann E. Redd family, 564/567 John W. & Lockey H. Redd family, including Emma D. and Emma C. Redd, 1850 Federal Census, September 12, 1850,

More About Major Lloyd and Sally Redd:
Marriage: Abt. 1809

              vi.       Martha Redd85,86, born 02 Feb 1782 in Prince Edward Co., VA87,88; died Aft. 1829 in Texas89,90,91; married Thomas Jones, Jr. 23 Dec 1802 in Prince Edward Co. VA92,93,94,95; born 1777 in Prince Edward Co., VAVA.

Notes for Martha Redd:
Dudley M. Jones' parents were Thomas Jones and Martha Redd, who married 23 December 1802 in Prince Edward County, Virginia. Martha Redd was the youngest daughter of Thomas Redd and his third wife, Frances Anderson. His sisters were Eliza, who married Allen C. Daniel of Madison County; and Emiline, who married John McDowell Borders and lived in Jackson and Harris Counties, Georgia. This Jones family came to Georgia with many members of Martha's family and when Thomas returned to Virginia she remained in Ga. Her journal, spanning the years from 1810-1829, mentions the terror felt when an Indian attack was expected, and closes as they were planning the building for the first Baptist church in Athens, Ga. Today the church is -- what else? -- the First Baptist Church in Athens.
[By Mrs. William E. Langford; this article was found on page 249 in a book about Rusk County, Texas; information provided by Bryan Redd, 2002]

According to Mrs. Bute[sp?] (of Texas, since deceased] Martha Redd Jones maintained a diary, in which on February 2, 1826 she discussed it being her 44th birthday (birth date 1782]. She mentioned also that she was the youngest daughter, and her birth age would place her before her brother Charles Anderson Redd. A black and white photo of the Redd family was provided. He will try to send me a scanned copy of the document [letter] and photo. [Conversation w/Bryan Redd, 9/9/2002]



Notes for Thomas Jones, Jr.:
Prince Edward District Court Deeds 1789-1816
Prince Edward Co., {VA} Reel 12, p. 141
Oglethorpe County, Georgia, indenture 7-30-1805 between FRANCIS [sic] REDD of Oglethorpe Co., and CHARLES ANDERSON REDD of Prince Edward Co., VA.
       THOMAS REDD, late of Prince Edward, dec'd, by his will bequeathed to his wife FRANCES REDD a tract lying on Bush River containing 600 acres, bounded by JOHN RED, WALTON and LARKIN ANDERSON, and the estate of JAMES RICE decd, and land of SAMUEL WATSON. Tract was devised to FRANCES during her lifetime, and at her death to THOMAS' son CHARLES ANDERSON REDD.
       For "Parental love and affection which she has and bears towards her son the said CHARLES ANDERSON REDD" FRANCES transfers the Virginia land to him. Witnesses: JAMES K. DANIEL, THOMAS JONES, JR., WILLIAM REDD, JOSEPH J. MOORE, AND JAMES D. COLE J.P.



Marriage Notes for Martha Redd and Thomas Jones:
20 December 1802. Thomas Jones and Martha Redd, dau. of Thomas Redd, deceased, and Frances Redd who consents. Sur. George Redd. Married 23 December.

More About Thomas Jones and Martha Redd:
Marriage: 23 Dec 1802, Prince Edward Co. VA96,97,98,99

              vii.       Captain Charles Anderson Redd100,101,102, born 26 Jan 1784 in Prince Edward Co., VA103,104,105; died 03 Mar 1839 in Columbus, GA; married Elizabeth Gresham 22 Feb 1814 in Georgia106,107; born 18 Aug 1794; died 28 Dec 1840.

Notes for Captain Charles Anderson Redd:
Extracted from Genealogical Material From Legal Notices In Early Georgia Newspapers, Abstracted by the late Judge Folks Huxford. F.A.S.G.; Originally appeared in Georgia Genealogical Magazine:

From "The Georgia Journal" Issue 4/12/1815; Clarke Co., GA Grand Jurors serving March Term 1815, Superior Court, James HAYS, Foreman. Milner ECHOLS, Davis GRESHAM, David HOLMES, Radford BROWN, Samuel BRASWELL, Richard STEWART, Alexander TERRY(or Torry), William STAMPS, Hundley BREWER, Charles A. REDD, George ROCKFORD, David ELDER, William JONES, John ECTOR, John SMITH, R.H., Robert MARTIN, Elam WARD, John G, MERRIWEATHER, James HENDON, Issaac HUMPHRIES, John MCCREE


Prince Edward District Court Deeds 1789-1816
Prince Edward Co., {VA} Reel 12, p. 141
Oglethorpe County, Georgia, indenture 7-30-1805 between FRANCIS [sic] REDD of Oglethorpe Co., and CHARLES ANDERSON REDD of Prince Edward Co., VA.
       THOMAS REDD, late of Prince Edward, dec'd, by his will bequeathed to his wife FRANCES REDD a tract lying on Bush River containing 600 acres, bounded by JOHN RED, WALTON and LARKIN ANDERSON, and the estate of JAMES RICE decd, and land of SAMUEL WATSON. Tract was devised to FRANCES during her lifetime, and at her death to THOMAS' son CHARLES ANDERSON REDD.
       For "Parental love and affection which she has and bears towards her son the said CHARLES ANDERSON REDD" FRANCES transfers the Virginia land to him. Witnesses: JAMES K. DANIEL, THOMAS JONES, JR., WILLIAM REDD, JOSEPH J. MOORE, AND JAMES D. COLE J.P.

Redd to Scott, August 30, 1805 [P.E. Deeds, 13:411)
This Indenture, made this thirtieth day of August Eighteen hundred and five between CHARLES A. REDD of the one part and EDWARD SCOTT of the other both of the County of Prince Edward
Witnesseth that the said CHARLES A. REDD for and in consideration of the just and full sum of one thousand pounds current money of Virginia paid to him in hand by the said EDWARD SCOTT, the receipt whereof he the said CHARLES A. REDD doth acknowledge himself fully Satisfied contented and paid, Hath given granted bargained Sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain sell and confirm to him the said EDWARD SCOTT his Heirs and assigns a certain Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County afforesaid on the waters of bush river containing Five hundred and ninety seven acres be the same more or less bounded by the Lands of JAMES WATSON, WILLIAM SHEPPERD, WALTON, LARKIN ANDERSON, and the lands of the ESTATE OF JAMES RICE, DEC. with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or any wiese appertaining. To have and to hold the above sold land and premises to him the said EDWARD SCOTT his Heirs and assigns forever against him the said CHARLES A. REDD his heirs and assigns and against the claims of any other person or persons whatsoever and the said CHARLES A. REDD doth hereby for himself his Heirs and assigns warrant and forever defend the above sold land and premises. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this day and year above written.

signed sealed and delivered
in the presents of . . .                                    CHAS. A. REDD [seal]
GEO REDD
JOHN REDD
RICHARD MICHAUX
JOSIAH LEGRAND

At a Court held for Prince Edward County October the 21st 1805 This Indenture was presented in Court and acknowledged by CHARLES A. REDD party thereto to be his act and deed ordered that the same be recorded.

                                   Teste
                                          F. WATKINS CC

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Grandfather of Dr. Wm. Redd Turner of Clinton, SC [Judge Redmond S. Cole]

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Mrs. Rowena Gunby Jones
DAR ID Number 43736
Born in Columbus, Georgia
Wife of Rev. Frank Jones
Descendant of Major Davis Gresham
Daughter of Robert Beall Gunby and Mary Louisa Redd, his wife
Granddaughter of Albert Gresham Redd and Euphrasia Daniel, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Charles Anderson Redd and Elizabeth Gresham, his wife
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Davis Gresham
Davis Grsham (1756-1819) was a frontier settler of Georgia and served as a soldier in the Revolution. He was born in Orange Co., N.C.; died in Green Co., GA
Also No. 16653

Miss Mary Elvira Cook
DAR ID Number 16653
Born in Columbus, Georgia
Descendant of Davis Gresham, of Georgia
Daughter of James Carter Cook and Mary Louisa Redd, his wife
Granddaughter of Charles Anderson Redd and Elizabeth Gresham, his wife
gr-granddaughter of Davis Gresham
Davis Gresham (1756-1819) was a frontier settler of Georgia and served as a soldier in the Revolution. He was born in Orange Co., N.C., and died in Georgia.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. 17, p. 242

1820 Census, GA
Burke Co., roll 8, pg. 203
Redd, Charles A.
Males 2 - - - 1-
Females - - - - - 1

1830 Census, GA
GreenCo., roll 17, p. 278
Redd Charles A.
Males 1214- - 1
Females 1- - - - 1-

Author: Dolores Autry; Columbus, GA
Title: "Linwood Cemetery Columbus, Georgia"
Page: 231



Notes for Elizabeth Gresham:
of Muscogee Co., GA

1840 Census, GA
Muscogee Co.
Redd, Elizabeth (p. 282)
Males - - 1 - 21
Females - - 1 - 21

1850 Census GA
Redd, Mrs. Elizabeth, 76, F, b. VA



More About Charles Redd and Elizabeth Gresham:
Marriage 1: 22 Feb 1814, Georgia108,109
Marriage 2: 22 Feb 1814, Greem Co., Georgia110,111,112,113


Generation No. 3

       4. George Redd114,115,116, born Abt. 1700 in England117,118,119,120; died Abt. 1754121,122,123,124. He married 5. Elizabeth Prosser.
       5. Elizabeth Prosser125,126,127,128, born in England129,130,131,132. She was the daughter of 10. Lord Prosser.

Notes for George Redd:
It has been said that George Redd and Muscoe Garnett came to Virginia from England for political purposes. Redyers (some say it was De Redd), a distinguished name in England, has been abbreviated into Redd. George Redd was a gentleman in dress, manners and acquirements. He always wore silk stockings and diamond knee buckles. Captain Thomas Redd is the only child mentioned. William Anderson Redd appears in the Georgia Records as a grandson of Capt. Thomas Redd. (Source, Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma)

Among the records of the Georgia Redds the following item appears [Quoted from a letter from Dr. J.D. Eggleston of Hampden Sydney, Va., to John G. Herndon, dated 30 Sept. 1942.]:
              "Muscoe Garnett and George Redd were brothers-in-law, and came from England to Virginia. George Redd was a gentleman in dress, manners, and acquirements . . . . George Redd married Elizabeth Prosser." Then follows a statement that Captain Thomas Redd was their son and that William Anderson Redd was a grandson of Captain Thomas Redd. Whether the above-cited quotation correctly states the parentage of Thomas Redd, the author of this article does not know. (CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA, Genealogy of VA Families, Vol V, R-Z, pp. 68-75]

       
Child of George Redd and Elizabeth Prosser is:
       2       i.       Captain Thomas Redd, Sr., Capt., born Abt. 1730; died 1801 in Prince Edward Co., VA; married (1) Unknown#1 Wright; married (2) Unknown#2 Wright; married (3) Frances Anderson Abt. 1770.


       6. Rev. Charles Anderson, Rev. (Presbyterian)133,134,135,136, born Abt. 1716 in New Kent Co., VA; died 1786 in Cumberland Co., VA. He was the son of 12. Thomas Anderson and 13. Agnes Gannaway. He married 7. Elizabeth Chambers Abt. 1735.
       7. Elizabeth Chambers137,138, born 1715 in Cumberland Co., VA; died 1783. She was the daughter of 14. Chambers and 15. Elizabeth "Betty" Williams.

Notes for Rev. Charles Anderson, Rev. (Presbyterian):
Frances Anderson, daughter of Rev. Charles Anderson, Presbyterian preacher of Cumberland Co. VA (Source: Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma)

The will of Charles Anderson, of Cumberland County, dated August 26, 1783, probated February 27, 1786, names daughter Frances Redd (Cumberland County Records Will Book, No. 2, p. 391) [p. 648]

Will of Charles Anderson, dated 26 August 1783, Pro. 27 February 1786. I have given to my daughter Keziah Raine the part of my estate I intend to give to her; to my daughter, Frances Redd, to my daughter Elizabeth Wade; to my daughter, Martin (Morton(?); son, William Anderson, land I now live on, slaves; grandchildren, John Raine, Mary Ann Raine, George Raine, Charles Raine, Joseph Shelton Raine, 5 pounds apiece as they come of age; grandson, Charles Anderson, one negro boy; granddaughter, Sarah Holcombe Anderson. Ex.: son, William Anderson. Wit.: Samuel Williams, Benjamin Allen, Charles Anderson.

Charles Anderson found 1759 at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Cumberland, MD

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Charles Anderson built Cumberland Presbyterian Church (DB 2 page 515).
[Source: Cumberland County Virginia and Its People, Second Supplement, 1991]

Charles Anderson, born Abt. 1710 in New Kent County, Virginia; died 1786 in Cumberland County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Chambers Abt. 1735; born 1715; died 1783.

Notes for Charles Anderson:
These records appear to be his because of the association with Thomas Anderson on Dry Creek.

Charles 06/30/1743 Goochland Co
400a On both side of Dry Creek of Appamattox RIver
21/298

Charles 08/20/1745 Goochland Co
400a head of Green Creek of Appamattox River
23/1070

Charles 08/20/1745 Goochland Co
130a On both sides of Dry Creek of Appamattox River
23/1076

Charles 08/20/1745 Goochland Co
400a both sides of Little Guinea Creek.
23/1078

Charles 08/20/1747 Goochland Co
400a both sides of Mallory's Branch of Appomattox river
28/131

LDS film 0030746 Bk 3 & 4 1760-71
Bk-P date grantor/grantee
4-63 1765 Charles Anderson of Cumberland sells to Ambrose Wright 17 Acres

LDS film 0030747 Bk 5 & 6 1770-1790
5-437 1778 Charles Anderson of Cumberland sells to John Raine of same 130 A for 50 pounds [Charles had a daughter, Keziah, desÆd by 1784, who married a John Raine.]

Cumberland County Marriage Bonds; Broderbund
P166 1773 Charles Wade & Eliz. Anderson [App by Charles Anderson, father]

Va Genealogist vol 34 #2-11; 'Local Items from the Virginia Gazette'
Sheriff sale at Charlotte Courthouse 8 Oct 1785-land to discharge taxes due
in 1784 and 85 mention Charles Anderson's estate.

Prince Edward County Deed Abscts
Bk1-5 1754 Charles Anderson buys from Alexander and Jane Frasier 96 acres on Mountain Creek. Both of PE Co.
Bk1-9 1754 Charles Anderson of Pr E sells to Archibald Mackelroy 16 acres on CodyÆs Creek.
Bk 1-99 1757 Charles and wife Elizabeth Anderson, Henry Ligon of Pr Ed and Abraham Martin and George Walton of Lunenburg sell to Flournoy, David and Thomas Haskins, church wardens of St Patrick of Pr Ed. [Rev James Garden, minister] 300 acres on both sides of Bryery River
Bk 1-137 1759 Charles Anderson sells 412 acres in Pr Ed to Archibald Buchanan and John Bowman & Company, Merchants and Partners of City of Glasgow in North Britain.
Bk 1-162 1759 Charles Anderson of Pr Ed to Parsons Anderson of same 504 acres on s side fork of Buffalo River

Prince Edward County tithables-Virginia Tax Record; Broderbund
P331 1754 Col. Charles Anderson, John Phillips and 7 slaves à.9 tithes
Charles Anderson patented lands in western Amelia County, Virginia now Prince Edward County in the 1740's and 1750's. Both he and Bartelot Anderson patent lands adjacent each other in the area now Prince Edward County. It is not likely that Charles moved to Prince Edward although the County records contain references to him and other Andersons. Likely he used the land as a speculator selling it off for profit and also granted some of it to sons of his. He likely died in Hanover County which is why no will is found in Prince Edward for him.

Charles 06/25/1747 Amelia Co
3122a On the Branches of Buffalo & Bryary Rivers
26/80

Charles 07/05/1751 Amelia Co
400a south side of the south fork of Buffalo RIver
30/441

Charles 07/05/1751 Lunenburg Co
240a both sides Cub Creek adj Thomas Harvy
30/443

Charles 07/05/1751 Lunenburg Co
886a west or upper side of Little Roanoak adj Lidderdale, Collings
30/450

Charles 08/16/1756 Lunenburg Co
315a both sides of Sandy Creek
34/73

Charles 06/30/1760 Amelia Co
1420a betwen branches of Bryery and Buffalo Rivers
33/826
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Va Gen-1p24; Pr Ed Recp7
planter, tavern license granted in 1749
"for sale" on Spt 20 1755 a tract of 3121 A in PR Ed Co with ordinary, other houses, courthouse,orchard, and 5 bl";
lived at crossroads of East-West rd from Sandy Cr Church thro Buffalo Settlement and n-s rd on Appomatox R to Lunenburg on Little Roanoke [Worsham];
1st purchase of 3122 A on Buffalo and Briery Rs on Jun 25 1747
400 A on July 5 1752 on Buffalo R
vestryman of Nottaway Parish 1748
JP 1754; House of Burgess 1754-61 m-Capt and Col of Militia, furnished supplies for Fr and I War
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Charles Anderson who established a tavern in Prince Edward Co., VA in 1749 just as the new county jail was built. The tavern became the first courthouse and continued to operate on the old stage road after the county seat was moved a few miles north to Rutledge's Ford. Anderson's Tavern became King's Tavern late in colonial times. Charles Anderson was Burgess from Prince Edward Co. in the sessions of Feb. 14, 1754, Oct. 17, 1754, May 1, 1755, Oct. 27, 1755, and in the assemblies of 1756-1758 and 1758-1761

Bk1-5 1754 Charles Anderson buys from Alexander and Jane Frasier 96 acres on Mountain Creek. Both of PE Co.
Bk1-9 1754 Charles Anderson of Pr E sells to Archibald Mackelroy 16 acres on CodyÆs Creek.
Bk 1-99 1757 Charles and wife Elizabeth Anderson, Henry Ligon of Pr Ed and Abraham Martin and George Walton of Lunenburg sell to Flournoy, David and Thomas Haskins, church wardens of St Patrick of Pr Ed. [Rev James Garden, minister] 300 acres on both sides of Bryery River
Bk 1-137 1759 Charles Anderson sells 412 acres in Pr Ed to Archibald Buchanan and John Bowman & Company, Merchants and Partners of City of Glasgow in North Britain.
Bk 1-162 1759 Charles Anderson of Pr Ed to Parsons Anderson of same 504 acres on s side fork of Buffalo River



More About Charles Anderson and Elizabeth Chambers:
Marriage: Abt. 1735
       
Children of Charles Anderson and Elizabeth Chambers are:
              i.       Gideon Anderson, born Abt. 1737; died 1802 in Wilkes Co., GA; married Elizabeth Steppe; born 1739.
              ii.       Parsons Anderson139,140, born 1738; died Bef. Aug 1784141; married Mary Cocke Abt. 15 Feb 1758 in Cumberland Co. VA142.

Notes for Parsons Anderson:
Parsons Anderson, son of Charles Anderson. He resided in Prince Edward County where he was a member of Capt. John Morton's company, 4th Virginia Regiment, in 1776 (Herbert Clarence Bradshaw, History of Prince Edward County, Virginia (Richmond, 1955), p. 737) and died in service during the Revolutionary War (Prince Edward Co. Order Bk. 7, p. 162, naming Brazier Cocke Anderson as eldest son and heir at law, April 1784).

On 18 October 1784 the Prince Edward Court ordered that James Anderson, son of Parsons Anderson, be bound to George Redd. [Prince Edward Order Book 1781-1785, p. 290.] "Parsons Anderson", the Court had noted in August 1784 [Ibid, 261] "Departed this life while a soldier in Continental Service." Parsons Anderson was an older brother of Frances Anderson who about 1770 married Thomas Redd (brother of George Redd).

Bk 1-162 1759 Charles Anderson of Pr Ed to Parsons Anderson of same 504 acres on s side fork of Buffalo River

Lived in Prince Edward Co., VA. Children included Brazure Cocke Anderson and Mary Anderson (m. Ransome, Dudley)

Marriage Notes for Parsons Anderson and Mary Cocke:
Anderson, Parsons and Mary Cocke. M.B. 15 Feb. 1758, Surety: Thomas Cocke. Consent: Charles Anderson letter of consent to son Parson's marriage. Consent dated 13 February 1758. Teste: James Brown. [Cumberland Co., VA]

More About Parsons Anderson and Mary Cocke:
Marriage: Abt. 15 Feb 1758, Cumberland Co. VA142

              iii.       William Anderson143, born Abt. 1739; married Mary Holcombe 01 Feb 1774 in Prince Edward Co. VA143.

Notes for William Anderson:
Mentioned in Will of his father, together with his children. Was executor of Will of Charles Anderson.

Marriage Notes for William Anderson and Mary Holcombe:
February 1, 1774. William Anderson and Mary Holcomb, dau. of Philemon Holcomb who is surety.

More About William Anderson and Mary Holcombe:
Marriage: 01 Feb 1774, Prince Edward Co. VA143

              iv.       Keziah Anderson144, born 1741; died 26 Aug 1783 in Cumberland Co., VA; married (1) Thomas Cocke Bef. 1758145; died Aft. 1759; married (2) Capt. John Raine 23 Dec 1761 in Cumberland Co. VA; born 1735 in Henrico Co., VA; died 26 May 1787 in Cumberland Co., VA.

Notes for Keziah Anderson:
Named in her father's will together with her children.

Notes for Capt. John Raine:
of Cumberland county LDS film 0030747 Bk 5 & 6 1770-1790
5-437 1778 Charles Anderson of Cumberland sells to John Raine of same 130 A for 50 pounds [Charles had a daughter, Keziah, deceased by 1784, who married a John Raine.]

Raine, John, Cumberland, Enquirer, May 24, 1815 (p. 3] Death Notice.

issue of the Rainey Times have the Raine cemetery at Appomattox Court House pictured (McLean House was first Raine Tavern). The family were of the Cumberland County Raine lineage.

Marriage Notes for Keziah Anderson and John Raine:
Raine, John and *Keziah Cocke, M.B. 13 December 1761, Surety: Chesley Daniel. Consent: 22 December 1761 - Keziah Cocke signs own consent.
*Keziah Cocke, widow Teste: Charles Anderson - Ayres Hodnett
[Marriage Bond, Cumberland Co., VA]


More About John Raine and Keziah Anderson:
Marriage 1: 23 Dec 1761, Cumberland Co. VA
Marriage 2: 23 Dec 1761, Cumberland Co. VA145,146,147,148

       3       v.       Frances Anderson, born Abt. 1752; died Aft. 1805 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; married Captain Thomas Redd, Sr., Capt. Abt. 1770.
              vi.       Elizabeth Anderson149, born Abt. 1755; died 1789; married (1) Charles Wade, of Mt. Airy Abt. 27 Sep 1773 in Cumberland Co. VA150; born 1755; died 10 Dec 1781; married (2) William Wright 30 Oct 1785 in Cumberland Co. VA151; born 1752; died 1838 in Cumberland Co., VA.

Marriage Notes for Elizabeth Anderson and Charles Wade:
Wade, Charles and Elizabeth Anderson, M.B. 27 Sept. 1773, Surety: James Holloway. Daughter of Charles Anderson who gives consent. Teste; John Chambers. Teste: Linus Chambers

More About Charles Wade and Elizabeth Anderson:
Marriage: Abt. 27 Sep 1773, Cumberland Co. VA152

              vii.       Nathaniel Anderson, born 1755; died 1804; married Susannah Clements; born 1760; died 1807.
              viii.       Mary Anderson153,154,155, born 12 Dec 1757; died Jan 1818; married Quin Morton 1775 in Cumberland Co., VA; born 1749 in Oakley, Charlotte Co., VA; died 01 Jan 1805 in Charlotte Co., VA.

Notes for Quin Morton:
Quinn Morton was a soldier in the Va. militia Revolutionary War. (p. 810)

Quinn Morton was security on the marriage bond for John Redd and Mary Truman. Quinn Morton's wife was Mary Anderson, another of the children of Charles Anderson, of Cumberland. [CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, p. 73]

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       Quin Morton b. 1747, d. Jan. 1, 1805 married Mary Anderson b. Dec. 12, 1757, d. Jan., 1818, daughter of Charles Anderson of Cumberland County and Elizabeth Chambers. . . .They had nine children: Thomas Anderson b. Mar. 24, 1777, Charles Anderson b. Dec. 24, 1779, Elizabeth b. July 18, 1782, John b. Aug. 24, 1784, Richard b. Mar. 6, 1784, Fanny b. 1789, Mary b. Feb. 11, 1792, William Quin b. May 4, 1794 and Anderson Cocke b. June 27, 1797.
       Quin Morton moved from "Oakley" in Charlotte to Prince Edward County about 1797. He built Morton's Inn at Morton's Landing and his home "Scott's Green" about 1798. When Farmville was laid off in 1798, he purchased lot #6, being the first lot sold in the new town. With his two sons, Thomas A. and William Quin Morton, he became Farmville's first merchant on the corner of North Main and Second Streets. He built Prince Edward Hotel in 1799.
[Source: Cumberland County Virginia and Its People, Second Supplement, 1991, pp. 65]

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Court Orders - Charlotte Co., VA
Extracts From Book Seven 1786-1789

January 6, 1789

Page 226

A Court held on the 6th day of January 1789 for examination of Joel Foster, who stands committed to the common jail of this county charged on suspicion of being guilty of feloniously entering in the nighttime, the dwelling house of Quinn Morton, and stealing thereout a large trunk, with wearing apparel, papers, bonds, and about £30 in cash, to the value, in the whole, of £300. The sd Joel Foster, was led to the bar in the custody of William Hubard, Gent., Sheriff, in whose custody for the cause aforesaid, he was committed. The witnesses that were bound in a recognizance to appear here this date, to give testimony for the Commonwealth, being called and James Bower, the one most material, failed to appear. Thereupon for good cause appearing to the court, it is ordered the sd Joel Foster be recommitted to the jail, to take his examination on Monday, the 12 day of this instant. He is remanded back to jail, and it is ordered the Sheriff that he summons a court to meet for that purpose on the day aforesaid.

12 January 1789

Page 226. A Court held on the 12th day of January 1789 for examination of Joel Foster, who stands committed to the common jail of this county charged on suspicion of being guilty of feloniously entering in the nighttime, the dwelling house of Quinn Morton, and stealing thereout a large trunk, with wearing apparel, papers, bonds, and about £30 in cash, to the value, of the whole, of £300. The sd Joel Foster, was led to the bar, and being charged with the cryme, saith he is in no wise guilty thereof. Thereupon divers witnesses were produced, sworn and examined, as well on behalf of the Commonwealth as of the sd prisoner, and he was fully heard in his own defense by John B. Scott, Gent, his atty. It is the opinion of the court, on considering the testimony, and the circumstances relative thereto, the sd prisoner is not guilty of the crime of which he stands accused. Thereupon, it is ordered he be forthwith discharged.

A Court held on the 12th day of January 1789 for examination of Christopher Meyers, who stands committed to the common jail of this county charged on suspicion of being guilty of feloniously breaking open in the nighttime of the 10th of December, last, the dwelling house of Quinn Morton, and stealing thereout a large trunk, with wearing apparel and a pocket book with sundry, bonds, papers, etc, and about £30 in cash, to the value, of the whole, of £300. The sd Christopher Meyers, was led to the bar, and being charged with the cryme, saith he is in no wise guilty thereof. Thereupon divers witnesses were produced, sworn and examined, as well on behalf o the Commonwealth as of the sd prisoner, and he was fully heard in his own defense. On considering the testimony offered, and the circumstances relative thereto, it is the opinion of the court, that the sd prisoner ought to be tried for the offense before the Honorable, the General Court at their next session to be held in the City of Richmond in April, on the first day of the sd court. Whereupon he remanded back to the jail and that the sheriff convey the prisoner to the public jail in the city of Richmond, and that as soon as may be.

       Quinn Mortin, a witness, being first sworn, saith that on the night of the 10th of December, last, his dwelling house was robed of a trunck and sundry articles of wearing apparel, and a pocket book with bonds and sundry papers, and about £30 cash of the following species of money, as well as the deponent recollects: 14 Guineas, 2 Pistoles, 12 or 154 spanish Dollars and about the same number in French Crowns, and further he saith not.
       Rebecca G. Brafford, being sworn, saith she was at the house of the prisoner, when he came from from Quinn Morton's and he was asked by his wife, if he was not afraid that Simmons would discover his robbery. The prisoner answered, "No Simmons would suffer anything before he would discover him, even death." He saith that all means were used to make Simmons confess, but he would not. The deponent saith that after the prisoner had eat his dinner, he went to his chest, and took thereout a large pocketbook, saying "Quinn Morton shall never see this pocketbook again," and immediately committed it to the flames. Further she saith not.
       Daniel White on oath, saith, that while he was in Petersburg and at the Tavern where he lodged, he saw one Thomas Jones, having in his custody, the prisoner, Christopher Meyers, and charged him with having stolen his horse. He said he found his horse in custody of Meyers, and requested this deponent to take care of Meyers until he returned from getting his tobacco inspected, which he, the deponent did. At the return of Jones, Meyers desired this deponent, as he was his county man, to go with him to the Long Ordinary, where Jones intended to carry him, lest he might be abused by Jones. This deponent consented, and they went along. Meyers drew his knife and threatened Jones. Whereupon Jones drew a stake from the fence and threatened the life of Meyers. This deponent interfered, and they desisted. After reaching the Long Ordinary, Jones stripped Meyers and carried him to a thicket, and threatened to give him Linches Law. This deponent again interfered, then Jones promised not to whip Meyers, but said he would only scare him to produce his bridle, sadle and blanket, which he suspected Meyers had stolen. After some time, they returned to the ordinary, but without the stolen things. Jones and Meyers then made friends and sat down to gaming, when Jones won 30 some odd shillings in crowns. This deponent further saith he saw in the possession of Meyers, the prisoner, at the time he was left in his care by Jones (when he went to get his tobacco inspected) 13 Guineas, a French Crown and a Bit, which Meyers said he won the night before at Millington Roach's place, that lightly it came, and lightly it might go. Further this deponent saith not.
       John Spaulding on oath saith that he was at the house of Meyers, the prisoner sometime after the robery was committed on Quinn Morton, and he saw in the possession of the sd Meyers, 12 Dollars and a French Crown, and further he saith not.
       Thomas Epperson on oath saith that Christopher Meyers, the prisoner, lived with him the last year in the character of an overseer, that he came to him very poor and in needy circumstances. This deponent saith that he does not know that the sd Meyers fell on any other way of getting money, but that of an overseer while he lived in his service, but only from a judgement he obtained from Thomas Scott for £13, the greater part of which this deponent believes, the Meyers, expended before the robbery was commited on Quinn Morton. He further deposeth and saith that Meyers hath not received any money from him for his wages as an overser. Further he saith not.

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Died-on Tuesday at his seat in Charlotte County, Mr. Quin Morton, aged 55 [Virginia Argus, Saturday, February 16, 1805, p. 3, c. 3]

Charlotte Co., VA WB 2:295b Quin Morton Will 26 Nov 1804 Prob 7 Jan 1805
Sons Thomas A. Morton, John Morton, and Charles Morton $20. Daughter Betsey Morton $20. Son Richard Morton lots in Farmville in Prince Edward County, one share in the upper Appomattox Company and negroes Harry and Natt. Daughter Fanny Morton negroes Sarah, Jesse, Dave, Henry and Molly. Daughter Polly Morton negroes Jack, Clem, Jane, Nancy and Frederick. Son William Quin Morton land on West side of Littleroanoak and negroes Isaac and Lisha. Son Anderson C. Morton negroes Essex and Darcas and land on East side of Littleroanoak. Wife Mary. Exec William L. Morton and sons Thomas A. and Charles Morton. Wit: Joseph Venable, William Davenport, D. Carlos Green.


Quinn MORTON b: 1749 soldier in VA militia Rev. War d: Madison CO, KY
............ +Mary ANDERSON b: 1757 m: 1775 d: 1818 Father: Charles Anderson Mother: Elizabeth Chambers


Quin Morton. Born at Oakley, Charlotte County, 1749, son of Richard Morton. Lived at Scott-Greene. One of first purchasers of lots of town. Built first store in Farmville. Married Mary Anderson, daughter of Charles Anderson, of Cumberland. Died January 1, 1805.
Bradshaw, History of Farmville, p. 296

More About Quin Morton and Mary Anderson:
Marriage: 1775, Cumberland Co., VA


Generation No. 4

       10. Lord Prosser156,157,158,159.
       
Child of Lord Prosser is:
       5       i.       Elizabeth Prosser, born in England; married George Redd.


       12. Thomas Anderson160,161, born Abt. 1684 in New Kent Co., VA; died 1758 in Albemarle Co., VA. He was the son of 24. David Anderson and 25. Susanna Swann. He married 13. Agnes Gannaway Bef. 1706.
       13. Agnes Gannaway162,163,164,165, born Abt. 1685 in New Kent Co., VA; died Bet. 1725 - 1734 in Albemarle Co., VA. She was the daughter of 26. Marmaduke Gannaway and 27. Henrietta Campmartin.

Notes for Thomas Anderson:
Born Abt 1684 in New Kent County, VA and died October 1757 in Albemarle Co., VA. He married (1) Agnes Gannaway Bef. 1706. She was born Abt 1685 in New Kent Co., VA and died Bef 1730 in Albemarle Co., VA. He married (2) Mary Abt 1733. She died Bef. 1757.

Thomas Birth date has been corrected to reflect the fact that he does not appear as a land holder in the 1704 rent roll and may differ from the writings of William Pope Anderson. Anderson - Overton, A Continuation of Anderson Family Records (1936) & Early Descendants of William Overton & Elizabeth Waters of Virginia & Allied Families, by William Pope Anderson, Cincinnati, OH, 1945. (Also See C.G. Chamberlayne, The Vestry Book ofSt. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., VA 1706-1786 [Clearfield Company, Inc.; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland 1999).

The St. Paul's parish vestry book survived from 1706 to the 1708's and there are precessionings in 1708 and 1711 and so on. Robert Anderson, Sr. and Robert Anderson Jr. and Richard, David, John, Matthew and Thomas Anderson all appear in the 1708 precincts list all of them near each other between Crumps Creek and Tottopotomies Creek and Mechumps Creek to the north of current Mechanicsville, VA.

In 1719 Gilbert Gibson was given a patent adjacent to Matthew and Thomas Anderson in New Kent Co. Thomas' association with Robert Anderson I derives from an analysis of precessioning records in St. paul's Parish published in the book above. Thomas was a church warden for St. Paul's Parish in the 1720's.

November 1734 Hanover Co., VA
Thomas and Charles Anderson post bond regarding construction of Chickahominy Bridge.

Thomas Anderson's first wife died between 1725 and 1734. Before 1734 he remarried to Mary and began experimenting with western lands. In 1733 Thomas was replaced as a church warden of St. Paul's parish and ordered to surrender the moneys of the parish to Thomas Merriweather. He continued as a vestryman until 1737 when he was removed as vestryman. In 1739 a nephew Thomas Anderson replaced him as vestryman until 1754. As can be seen in the records below he was dabbling in western lands during this period and even spent soem time in jail in 1738. By 1748 he was firmly entrenched on lands in Albemarle County.

Goochland Co. Wills & Deeds 1728-1736, p. 12
09/17/1734 Thomas Anderson witness to deed of John Sorrell

Thomas 01/10/1735 Goochland Co.
290a bothsides Little Byrd near the head
patents 16/468

Thomas 09/08/1736 Goochland Co.
400a between Tear-Wallet Run & Little Guinea Creek adj Paul Pig

Goochland Co. Wills & Deeds 1728-1736, p. 260
11/16/1736 Thomas Anderson of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., Gentleman to John Smith for 20 pounds 290a both sides of Little Byrd Creek

Goochland Co. Wills & Deeds 1736-1742, p. 164
Letter of Henry Power desiring that Thomas Anderson, who is in custody, no longer be detained in prison. Recorded 19 Sept 1738

Thomas 08/20/1748 Albemarle Co.
400 a southside of James River on branches of Appomattox River
patents 26/661

The Will of THOMAS ANDERSON
Probated in Albemarle County March 9. 1758
Albemarle County will Book 2, p. 38

In the name of God amen. I THOMAS ANDERSON of the County of Albemarle being in a weak condition of body but through the abundant goodness and mercy of God in perfect memory do Constitute and appoint this my last Will and Testament & Desire it may be recorded by all as such.
Imprimis. I most Humbly bequeath my soul to God my maker beseeching his most Gracious Exceptance of it through the all sufficieint mercy and mediation of my most Compassionate redeemer Jesus Christ who Gave himself to be an atonement for my sins & is able to save to the utmost all that come unto God by him seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them and whom I trust will not reject me a returning penitant sinner when I come to him for mercy in this hope & Confidence I render up my sould with Comfort humbly beseeching the most blessed & Glorious Trinity one God most Hold most merciful and Gracious to prepare me for the time of the Desselation & then take me to himselfe into that pease & rest incomparable felicity which he has prepared for all that Love & fear his Holy name. Amen blessed be God.
Imprimis I give my Body to the Earth from whence it was taien in full assurance of its resurrection from thence at the Last Day. As for my Burial I desire it may be dessant without prompoustate at direction of my Executors hereafter mentioned who I doubt not will manage it with all requested prudance as to my Worldly Estate. I will and positively order that all my Lawfull ebts be paid.
Item: I Give and bequeath to my son CHARLES ANDERSON four hundred acres of Land Lying on the Branches of Fishpond Creek joyning PETER BROOK'S line & JOSEPH DABB'S lines to him & his heirs forever.
Item: I Give & Bequeath to my son GIDEON ANDERSON three hundred acres of Land on where my Plantation is that I now live to be Laid off in a regular form to him & his Heirs forever. My Will & Desire is that the remaining part of my Land may be regularly Divided Amongst my four Youngest Children WILLIAM, DAVID, MICAJAH & JUDAH ANDERSON & the eldest take the First Choice which I Give & bequeath to them & their Heirs forever.
Item: I Give & bequeath to WILLIAM CORNWELL the Tract of Land whereon he now Lives supposing to be Eighty or ninety acres to a new line from CHAMBERLAYNE'S line to THOMAS LOCKART'S line to him & the heirs of his Body Lawfully begotten forever.
Item: I Give and bequeath to my Daughter ANN ALLEN the increase of her Negro wench HANNAH to her & her Heirs forever.
Item: I Give and bequeath to my Daughter FRANCES HUGHES one Negro Man named OOPPER to her & her heirs forever.
Items: I Give and bequeath to my Children THOMAS ANDERSON, JAMES ANDERSON, SUSANNAH WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH WOODSON & AGNESS LEAH one shilling sterling apiece is that after my Lawfull Debts are paid that the remainder part of my Estate be kept together under the Care of my son WILLIAM ANDERSON & that he may take care of my Young Children provide for them as suitable maintenance & to keep a reasonable allowance for the same & that DAVID ANDERSON may have a share in each crop if he thinks propper to Tarry with him and that the Family have liberty to Tarry on my said Plantation till they can settle their own my will that my sons CHARLES, GIDEON & WILLIAM ANDERSON be Executors of this my last will & Testament & I Desire my Estate may not be appraised. In Witness thereof I have set my hand and seal this 25 day of October one thousand seven hundred & fifty seven.                                                 THOMAS ANDERSON (Let)
John Gannaway Jr.
John Gannaway Senior (X his mark)
Roger Williams

At a Court held for Albemarle County the ninth Day of March 1758 This last will and Testament was presented to Court by the Executors therein proved by the Oaths of JOHN GANNAWAY & ROGER WILLIAMS two of the witnesses thereto ordered to be recorded & on the motion of CHARLES ANDERSON, GIDEON ANDERSON & WILLIAM ANDERSON who make oath according to Law Certificate is Granted them for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form Giving security whereupon they with JOHN GANNAWAY their security entered into & Acknowledged their Bond for the due & faithful performance of the said Will.
                                          JOHN NICHOLAS, Clerk








Notes for Agnes Gannaway:
A source for family and children: James M. Richardson, 240 Hickman Fork Rd., Thomaston, GA 30286-9545

More About Thomas Anderson and Agnes Gannaway:
Marriage: Bef. 1706
       
Children of Thomas Anderson and Agnes Gannaway are:
              i.       Anne Anderson, born Dec 1706 in New Kent Co., VA; died Bef. 1776 in Hanover Co., VA; married James Allen 07 Dec 1721 in Hanover Co., VA; born 1699; died 1771.

Notes for James Allen:
Source: Andrew S. Anderson, MD, asamd1st@yahoo.com4PatrickAnderson.FTW, (Fredericksburg, VA.), "Electronic."

More About James Allen and Anne Anderson:
Marriage: 07 Dec 1721, Hanover Co., VA

              ii.       Elizabeth Anderson166,167, born Abt. 1708; married John Woodson in Cumberland Co. VA; born 1697 in Henrico Co., VA; died 1798.

Notes for Elizabeth Anderson:
John born about 1697 in Henrico and married probably about 1720 to
Elizabeth Anderson, dau. of Thomas Anderson of Hanover County.

Ann WOODSON d: 1809 will wit: John Gannaway, Eliz. Gannaway

Notes for John Woodson:
John born about 1697 in Henrico and married probably about 1720 to Elizabeth Anderson, dau. of Thomas Anderson of Hanover County.
Will proved 26th August, 1798.

Burgess from Goochland Co., VA

THE FIRST PART MISSING. being all the land In the patent, except for 1798 acres disposed of by John Woodson dec'd and since his death conveyed by said Tarlton to several persons , that is John Atkinson , dec'd , 200 acres ; Robert Carter , Charles Huddlesey and John Webb, 200 acres; Thomas Carter 100 acres ;Ephraim garthright , 100 acres ,William Cannon, 68 acres; Joseph Pleasants, 400 acres; Robert Blaws, 368 acres; and another of 262 to said Blaws. 500 acres of aforesaid was given by last will of Charles Fleming , Dec'd to his grandsonsons Chales Jordan and George Bates ; with all houses , etc. Wit ; Isham Randolph , William Mayo , H. Wood.Signed: Tarlton Woodson Recorded 20 April 1736



More About John Woodson and Elizabeth Anderson:
Marriage 1: Cumberland Co. VA
Marriage 2: Abt. 1720168,169,170

              iii.       Susannah Anderson, born Abt. 1710; married Thomas Williams in Goochland Co., VA.

More About Thomas Williams and Susannah Anderson:
Marriage: Goochland Co., VA

              iv.       Frances Anderson, born Aft. 1712; married William Hughes.
              v.       Thomas Anderson, Jr., born Abt. 1714; died 1780 in Mecklenburg Co., VA; married Sarah Clarke Bef. 1743; born 1720 in Prince George Co., VA; died Aft. 1803 in Mecklenburg Co., VA.

Notes for Thomas Anderson, Jr.:
11/12/1735 no county
(possibly extreme western Prince George County below the Appomattox in the region that became Amelia)
542a Southside of Mill Branch, Virginia patents 16/334

1736 Amelia County Tax Roll, Thomas Anderson

Goochland County Wills & Deeds 1736-1742, p. 134
06/20/1738
Thomas Anderson, Jr. witness to deed to John Bostick

Magazine of Virginia Genealogy - beginning with Vol 34 - 1996 #2 - continuing series
Merchant's Account Book: Hanover Co., VA 1743-1744 - Francis Jerdone, merchant
Abstracted by Edgar MacDonald for the Virginia Genealogical Society
Thomas Anderson, Jr. in Louisa - 2 Nov 1743 - 1 buck horn knife, material, 1 doz buttons

Amelia County Court Orders Book 1
At Court on 02/15/1744
       Abraham Green & William Booker report that in conjunction with the Gent. of the Henrico Court, they have agreed with Thomas Anderson, to build a bridge over the Appomattox River and keep it in repair, for 70 lbs.

Amelia County Will Book 1
Bonds, page 14
       140 pounds. Thomas Anderson, with George Currie, Samuel Tarry, and Clement Read, all of Amelia County, to Abraham Green and William Booker, Gent., of the same County, and William Kennon, Jr. and Benjamin Harris, Gent., of Henrico Co., Va. for Thomas Anderson to build a bridge over the Appomatox River at a place called Burtons, 12 feet wide and double railed, in a good workmanlike manner, and keep the same in passable repair for seven years for the consideration of 70 pounds, 50 pounds whereof to be paid Aug. 17,1745, and remaining 20 pounds to be paid Aug. 17, 1746; sec. Aug. 16, 1745.

20 Aug 1748 VPB 26:661-1 Tho Anderson
400a Albemarl/brs of Appomattox Riv S James Riv

1755 Thomas Anderson Jr and Sarah of Lunenburgh sell land in Cumberland

Goochland County records also refer to Thomas Anderson Jr.
       After 1750 Thomas Anderson owned a plantation on the North side of the Roanoke River, on the other side was James Mitchell. Thomas' land bordered on Henry Sage near Eastland's Creek. During this period he also served as a overseer (as appears in the Mecklenburg tax rolls) for the Bluestone Creek estates of William Byrd II (Treasurer of the Colony of Virginia). William Byrd was granted those lands in the 1730's as payment for his personal financing and leadership of the survey of the Virginia and North Carolina Border in 1728. Virginia Historical publications have reprinted his report of that expedition. This places Thomas Anderson in Lunenburg County. Thomas Anderson was present at the court formation of both Lunenburg County and Mecklenburg County.
       Later James Mitchell would sell his land to Edmund Taylor from Caroline and Orange County, Virginia. Thomas Anderson sold the properties at the river bank concerned with the ferry across the Roanoke to Taylor in 1762. It would appear that in the period 1742 to 1760 Thomas was concentrating on improvements to the Colonial Post Road where it past through Virginia. Both the bridges he and his father, built over the Chicahominy and Appomatox Rivers and this Ferry over the Roanoake were critical improvements to this post road. This ferry was later known as Taylor's Ferry and was a critical point of operations during the revolutionary war, although no battle took place there. All supplies and troops to the southern army passed here. Virginia Governor Thomas Jefferson ordered that no Virginia wagons were to cross the Roanoke River south of Taylor's ferry for fear that they would not be returned. Horses for the army were pastured here and a magazine was built for the accumulation of military stores. This magazine continued to be used as a barn through the post Civil War era and it appears to have been located on Thomas Anderson's property. When General Gates army marched south under instructions from George Washington after the disasters at Charleston and Savannah, Gates found that the ferry boats across the Roanoke could not carry his 12 pound cannon, so these were left and built into the defenses of Taylor's Ferry. Examination of British Army corresondence between Cornwallis and Tarleton reveals that they debated the benefit of attacking Taylor's Ferry, but considered it too well defended by the Mecklenburg militia, at times under the command of Major James Anderson (Thomas' son) to risk the action.
       This ferry is flooded today by Bugg's Island Lake. The magazine would be located upon the ridge overlooking this ferry. The road to the ferry (currently Va Route 705) passes out of Boydtown, Virginia directly south from the old Randolph Macon College Building. This route was the main road North South in the period 1760 to 1830, and was supplanted in this roll only after this period with the increasing influence of the Skipwith family and the introduction of the railroad.
       Thomas Anderson's will is filed in Mecklenburg County in Will Book 1, on page 331. It is dated 12/04/1779 and recorded 05/08/1780. He names his wife Sarah Anderson, children Frances Taylor, Sarah Jones, James Anderson, Martha Jones, Susanna Lewis, Mary Lewis, Thomas Anderson, Anne Anderson, Lucy Anderson, Henrietta Maria Anderson, son-in-law William Taylor. Evidence suggests that William Taylor had married Elizabeth Anderson a daughter of Thomas, but she was deceased prior to 1779.

Thomas Anderson              from              William Morris
Lunenburg County                            Brunswick County
07/07/1752              404 acres       Lunenburg County
Lunenburg County              Book 5              Page 164
       for consideration f 50 pistoles at £1/1/6 each, on both sides of Little Bluestone Creek. Patented by William Morris 06/09/1752. Wit: Nat Terry, Jacob Royster.

Thomas Anderson              from              Pinkethman Hawkins
                                   John Potter and Mary
11/02/1761              200 acres       Lunenburg County
Lunenburg County              Book 6              Page 511
       Executors of Thomas Hawkins, consideration of £20. on the Little Bluestone Creek, being land left in will to be sold, adjoining Morris and Lucas.

Thomas Anderson
Edmund Taylor
09/02/1760
Lunenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, page 218
       Whereas according to a late Act of the Assembly a ferry established across the Roanoke River is said County from the land of said Thomas Anderson to the land of James Mitchell, now land of the said Edmund Taylor, and from the land of James Mitchell to the land of Thomas Anderson with allowage for ferriage between the two, and
              Whereas the said Thomas Anderson hath agreed, for 100 pounds, to convey to Edmund Taylor the right of keeping the ferry from Anderson's land to Edmund Taylor, who purchased land from James Mitchell, together with a road for the ferry and a landing on Anderson's land.
              It is agreed that Edmund Taylor may build houses on any part of said land within a distance of 30 yards from said ferry landing - with free ingress and egress from said ferry landing to and from said houses.

Thomas Anderson              to              Christopher Hudson
Sarah
03/11/1764              554 acres       Lunenburg County
Lunenburg County              Book 1              Page 6
       Both sides of the Little Bluestone Creek, for consideration of £200, beginning at the Creek, along the lines of Morris' patent, to Reedy Branch, to a corner of Hawkin's patent.

Lunenburg County Tax rolls

1750              William Byrd
                     Thomas Anderson
1752              William Byrd
                     Thomas Anderson
1768              William Byrd
                     Thomas Anderson overseer for William Byrd.

Mecklenburg County 1782

List of William Randolph
James Anderson              3       13
Sarah Anderson              3       28

       Bibliography

Life by the Roaring Roanoke, by Susan L. Bracey, The Mecklenburg County Bicentennial Commission, 1977.

Early Wills, 1765-1799, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, Compiled by Katherine B. Elliott, 1963, Southern Historical Press, Inc., reprint 1983.

William and Mary Quarterly, Ist Series, Volume XI, Editor Lyon G. Tyler, Richmond, Virginia, 1895; Kraus Reprint Compnay 1977, page 43.

The Old Free State by Landon C. Bell.

[NOTE: WILLIAM S. REDD, GRANDSON OF THOMAS REDD BY HIS FIRST WIFE, (WHOSE THIRD WIFE WAS FRANCES ANDERSON, NIECE OF THOMAS ANDERSON AND DAUGHTER OF CHARLES ANDERSON] OWNED PROPERTY IN THIS PART OF MECKLENBURG CO., VA.]

LDS Film 0030749 Bk 9 & 10 1801-1807
9-27 1802 William Anderson lives next to the Anderson Meeting House; wife Esther is ill
9-28 1802 James Anderson of Cumberland sells to Charles Allen land which was bought from Thomas Anderson Jr who was married to Sarah

Thomas Anderson, Will Book 1, p. 331 [Mecklenburg Co., VA]
Dated 12/04/1779 and recorded 05/08/1780.
He names his wife Sarah Anderson, children Frances Taylor, Sarah Jones, James Anderson, Martha Jones, Susanna Lewis, Mary Lewis, Thomas Anderson, Anne Anderson, Lucy Anderson, Henrietta Maria Anderson, son-in-law William Taylor. Evidence sugests that William Taylor had married Elizabeth Anderson a daughter of Thomas, but she was deceased prior to 1779

More About Thomas Anderson and Sarah Clarke:
Marriage: Bef. 1743

       6       vi.       Rev. Charles Anderson, Rev. (Presbyterian), born Abt. 1716 in New Kent Co., VA; died 1786 in Cumberland Co., VA; married Elizabeth Chambers Abt. 1735.
              vii.       Daughter Anderson, married William Cornwell.
              viii.       Agnes Anderson, born Abt. 1720; married Leah.
              ix.       Gideon Anderson, born Abt. 1722 in New Kent Co., VA; died Aft. 1775.

Notes for Gideon Anderson:
Cumberland Co. Will Book 1, p. 152
12/26/1755 Gideon Anderosn Witnesses will of Mary Scott

              x.       James Anderson, born 1738; died Bef. 25 Nov 1782 in Cumberland Co., VA; married Sarah Elizabeth Baker.

Notes for James Anderson:
of Cumberland Co.

       James Anderson, born Abt. 1725; died 1782 in Cumberland County, Virginia. He married Sarah Elizabeth Baker (Source: Andrew S. Anderson, MD, asamd1st@yahoo.com4PatrickAnderson.FTW, (Fredericksburg, VA.), "Electronic."); born 1738; died 1792.

Notes for James Anderson:
James 09/20/1745 Goochland Co
400a branches of Little Guinea Creek and Tear Wallet Run patents 24/34

James 09/20/1745 Goochland Co
400a Appomattox River above dry creek patents 24/115

James 09/10/1755 Cumberland Co
800a Appamattox River above Dry Creek patents 31/731
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Subj: [ANDERSON-L] Deeds Albemarle VA area

421 20 Sep 1745 VPB 24:115-1 Jas Anderson 400a Goochlan/nr Appomattox Riv abv Dry Ck
419 10 Sep 1755 VPB 31:731-2 Jas Anderson 800a Cumberlan/abv Dry Ck nr Appomattox Riv
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Will Book 2, Cumberland County page 304

Will of James Anderson, dated 16 May 1782. Pro. 25 November, 1782.

Son, Thomas Anderson, the plantation whereon I now live, 400 a.; son, James Anderson, the plantation where Thomas Anderson now lives with 400 a. of land, daughter, Mary Pearce; daughter Sarah Compton; daughter, Elizabeth LeGrand; daughter, Agnes Anderson, youngest and underage; grandson, James Pearce; wife, Betty Anderson; my five daughters.

Excrs; James Allen, Sr., Thomas Anderson
Wit: William Anderson, Chas. Allen, Mary Sanders.
Signed Jas. Anderson
______________________________________
Will Book 2, Cumberland County, Page 432

Division of estate of James Anderson by Thomas Anderson exor., according to will.

Slaves; to Thomas Anderson, James Anderson, Peter Francisco and Susanna, his wife, to Agnes Anderson; 300 acres of land divided among the five daughters of James Anderson according to will; to Mary Raine, 60 a. adjoining James Anderson, her brother; to Sarah Compton, 60 a. adjoining the first on the east Roger Williams on the west; to Elizabeth Legrand, 60 a. south of the last mentioned tract and adjoining the same parties on the east and west; to Susannah Francisco, 60 a. south of the last mentioned tract adjoining Randolph's Sandy Ford tract; to Agnes Anderson, 60 a. west of Thomas Anderson's tract and divided from the first mentioned 60 a. to Mary Raine by an east and west line adjoining Sandy Ford tract on the south by James Allen ... John Woodson ... Wm. Lee.

Source
Abstracts of Cumberland County, Virginia; Will Books 1 and 2; 1749-1782; abstracted by Katherine Reynolds; Southern Historical Press, Inc. 1985
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Notes for Sarah Elizabeth Baker:
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Notes for Sarah Elizabeth Baker:
Subj: Re: "New" Hanover Anderson Connections
Date: 11/15/02 12:49:07 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: asamd1st@yahoo.com (Andrew Anderson, MD)
To: Patander73@aol.com

File: asamd1st@yahoo.com4PatrickAnderson.FTW (514048 bytes) DL Time (32000 bps): 4 minutes

--- "Andrew Anderson, MD" <asamd1st@yahoo.com> wrote:
Dear Patrick,
       As you can see from the attached gedcom file, I am a descendent of James Anderson, the son of Thomas of Albemarle and Agnes Gannaway. Our family still owns about a thousand acres of James and Charles's land, including that at one time owned by Peter Francisco.
       The house James built before 1750 is still lived in and I have a large number of old documents stored there. I have sifted through them for about six months now while recovering from an accident. I would appreciate your educating me on what evidence you would like to see to place Sarah Weldon Anderson as the daughter of Francis Anderson, to sort out the wives of James and James, Jr., and to integrate the "Scott's Anderson" connection. The father of Betty Anderson, Robert Baker, is known for the Kentucky long rifle, and her grandfather, John Thompson is the famous Presbyterian Minister who arranged financial assistance for Samuel Davies education. Andersons kept records from the meeting house which became Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1754 with Samuel Davies as its first pastor. An Anderson relative was clerk of the session from 1754 to 1954 when my grandfather Francis Sidney Anderson resigned.
       Thanking you so much for all you have done for Anderson genealogy and hoping to meet you in person and take you out to dinner. Call anytime at 540-785-4226, my home in Fredericksburg, VA.
Notes for Sarah Elizabeth Baker:
Subj: Re: "New" Hanover Anderson Connections
Date: 11/15/02 12:49:07 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: asamd1st@yahoo.com (Andrew Anderson, MD)
To: Patander73@aol.com

File: asamd1st@yahoo.com4PatrickAnderson.FTW (514048 bytes) DL Time (32000 bps): 4 minutes

--- "Andrew Anderson, MD" <asamd1st@yahoo.com> wrote:
Dear Patrick,
       As you can see from the attached gedcom file, I am a descendent of James Anderson, the son of Thomas of Albemarle and Agnes Gannaway. Our family still owns about a thousand acres of James and Charles's land, including that at one time owned by Peter Francisco.
       The house James built before 1750 is still lived in and I have a large number of old documents stored there. I have sifted through them for about six months now while recovering from an accident. I would appreciate your educating me on what evidence you would like to see to place Sarah Weldon Anderson as the daughter of Francis Anderson, to sort out the wives of James and James, Jr., and to integrate the "Scott's Anderson" connection. The father of Betty Anderson, Robert Baker, is known for the Kentucky long rifle, and her grandfather, John Thompson is the famous Presbyterian Minister who arranged financial assistance for Samuel Davies education. Andersons kept records from the meeting house which became Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1754 with Samuel Davies as its first pastor. An Anderson relative was clerk of the session from 1754 to 1954 when my grandfather Francis Sidney Anderson resigned.
       Thanking you so much for all you have done for Anderson genealogy and hoping to meet you in person and take you out to dinner. Call anytime at 540-785-4226, my home in Fredericksburg, VA.
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Notes for Sarah Elizabeth Baker:
Subj: Re: "New" Hanover Anderson Connections
Date: 11/15/02 12:49:07 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: asamd1st@yahoo.com (Andrew Anderson, MD)
To: Patander73@aol.com

File: asamd1st@yahoo.com4PatrickAnderson.FTW (514048 bytes) DL Time (32000 bps): 4 minutes

--- "Andrew Anderson, MD" <asamd1st@yahoo.com> wrote:
Dear Patrick,
       As you can see from the attached gedcom file, I am a descendent of James Anderson, the son of Thomas of Albemarle and Agnes Gannaway. Our family still owns about a thousand acres of James and Charles's land, including that at one time owned by Peter Francisco.
       The house James built before 1750 is still lived in and I have a large number of old documents stored there. I have sifted through them for about six months now while recovering from an accident. I would appreciate your educating me on what evidence you would like to see to place Sarah Weldon Anderson as the daughter of Francis Anderson, to sort out the wives of James and James, Jr., and to integrate the "Scott's Anderson" connection. The father of Betty Anderson, Robert Baker, is known for the Kentucky long rifle, and her grandfather, John Thompson is the famous Presbyterian Minister who arranged financial assistance for Samuel Davies education. Andersons kept records from the meeting house which became Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1754 with Samuel Davies as its first pastor. An Anderson relative was clerk of the session from 1754 to 1954 when my grandfather Francis Sidney Anderson resigned.
       Thanking you so much for all you have done for Anderson genealogy and hoping to meet you in person and take you out to dinner. Call anytime at 540-785-4226, my home in Fredericksburg, VA.



       14. Chambers171,172,173,174. He married 15. Elizabeth "Betty" Williams.
       15. Elizabeth "Betty" Williams175,176,177,178, born 1665 in Old Rappahannock County, VA. She was the daughter of 30. Roger Williams and 31. Joan Frith.
       
Child of Chambers and Elizabeth Williams is:
       7       i.       Elizabeth Chambers, born 1715 in Cumberland Co., VA; died 1783; married Rev. Charles Anderson, Rev. (Presbyterian) Abt. 1735.


Generation No. 5

       24. David Anderson, born 1665; died 1716. He married 25. Susanna Swann.
       25. Susanna Swann, born 1662; died 1724.
       
Children of David Anderson and Susanna Swann are:
       12       i.       Thomas Anderson, born Abt. 1684 in New Kent Co., VA; died 1758 in Albemarle Co., VA; married (1) Agnes Gannaway Bef. 1706; married (2) Mary Unk. Abt. 1733.
              ii.       David Anderson, born 1698 in New Kent Co., VA; died 1735.


       26. Marmaduke Gannaway He married 27. Henrietta Campmartin.
       27. Henrietta Campmartin
       
Child of Marmaduke Gannaway and Henrietta Campmartin is:
       13       i.       Agnes Gannaway, born Abt. 1685 in New Kent Co., VA; died Bet. 1725 - 1734 in Albemarle Co., VA; married Thomas Anderson Bef. 1706.


       30. Roger Williams179,180,181,182, born 1638 in England; died 1677 in Old Rappahannock County, VA183,184,185. He married 31. Joan Frith 1660.
       31. Joan Frith, born 1646; died 1703 in Richmond Co., VA. She was the daughter of 62. Nathaniel Frith and 63. Elizabeth Parsons.

Notes for Roger Williams:
Virginia County Records, VI
Rappahannock County Wills.
Order Book, 1664-1673.

Name: Roger Williams
Date: 26 Feb., 1675
Date: 6 Jan., 1677
Sons Roger and Shadrack ; wife Jane ; daughter Betty Williams ; witnesses Gerard Greenwood , Robert Sisson .


More About Roger Williams and Joan Frith:
Marriage: 1660
       
Children of Roger Williams and Joan Frith are:
              i.       Susanna Williams, born 1661 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; died 06 Apr 1726 in Richmond Co., VA; married William Phillips.
              ii.       Shadrack Williams, born 1673 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; died 01 Feb 1708/09; married Elizabeth Walker.
       15       iii.       Elizabeth "Betty" Williams, born 1665 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; married Chambers.
              iv.       Ann Williams, born 1667 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; died 01 Sep 1727 in Richmond Co., VA; married James DeBoarde 1695 in Richmond Co., VA.

More About James DeBoarde and Ann Williams:
Marriage: 1695, Richmond Co., VA

              v.       Roger Williams, born 1670 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; died 1744 in Surry Co., VA.
              vi.       Ruth Williams, born 01 Feb 1672/73 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; died 1750 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., VA; married John Canterbury 1698 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., VA; born 1665; died 1716.

More About John Canterbury and Ruth Williams:
Marriage 1: 1698, North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., VA
Marriage 2: 1695

              vii.       Rebecca Williams, born 20 Jun 1675 in Old Rappahannock County, VA; died 01 Sep 1727 in Richmond Co., VA; married (1) George Thompson; married (2) Henry Thornton.


Generation No. 6

       62. Nathaniel Frith, born 1620; died 1675 in Old Rappahannock County, VA. He married 63. Elizabeth Parsons.
       63. Elizabeth Parsons, born 1625; died 1701.

Notes for Nathaniel Frith:
Virginia County Records, VI
Rappahannock County Wills.
Order Book, 1664-1673.

Name: Nathaniel Frith
Date: 3 Jan., 1676-7
Date: 4 July, 1677
Sons Nathaniel and William ; wife Elizabeth , executrix; god-daughter Rebecca Williams ; daughter Joan Williams ; witnesses Rupert Berkerhead , Lewis Jones .



       
Child of Nathaniel Frith and Elizabeth Parsons is:
       31       i.       Joan Frith, born 1646; died 1703 in Richmond Co., VA; married (1) Roger Williams 1660; married (2) Samuel Wells 1678; married (3) Lewis Lloyd 24 Apr 1684.



Endnotes

1. Virginia Magazine, Vol. LI. - 1943, Cumberland/Prince Edward Co., VA.
2. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
3. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
4. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
5. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
6. Information provided by Bryan LaFayette Redd, Jr., M.D. and Arla Bateman Redd, 2662 Fair Oaks Road, Decatur, GA 30033, August & November 2002.
7. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
8. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
9. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
10. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
11. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
12. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 49.
13. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
14. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
15. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
16. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 49.
17. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
18. Captain Thomas Redd (ca1730-1801), And His Family, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA, Genealogies of VA Families, Vol. V, R-Z, pp. 68-75; The Virginia Magazine of History & Biography, Virginia Historical Society, 1943.
19. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
20. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
21. Family Tree Maker, CD 186 Family History: VA Genealogies #2, 1600-1800s, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. III, p. 647, The McGehee Family in Virginia. Source for information is Mrs. R.A. Walters, 127 South Main Street, Danville, Virginia, who is descended from the Redds.
22. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
23. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
24. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
25. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
26. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
27. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
28. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
29. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
30. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 72.
31. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
32. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
33. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 36.
34. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
35. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
36. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 72.
37. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
38. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
39. Dillard, Carlton M., "Back to Old Virginia with Dillard, Daniel and Kin," p. 323 Gateway Press Inc., Baltimore, 1993.
40. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
41. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
42. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
43. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
44. Virginia Magazine, Vol. LI. - 1943, Cumberland/Prince Edward Co., VA.
45. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
46. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
47. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
48. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
49. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
50. Virginia Magazine, Vol. LI. - 1943, Cumberland/Prince Edward Co., VA.
51. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
52. Dillard, Carlton M., "Back to Old Virginia with Dillard, Daniel and Kin," p. 323 Gateway Press Inc., Baltimore, 1993.
53. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
54. Virginia Magazine, Vol. LI. - 1943, Cumberland/Prince Edward Co., VA.
55. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
56. Anne R. Baker, Lexington, KY, starr460@insightbb.com, 7/3/02-7/14/02; & 6/10/2001.
57. Virginia Magazine, Vol. LI. - 1943, Cumberland/Prince Edward Co., VA.
58. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
59. Will of William Redd, 22 March 1838, Muscogee Co., GA, Will Book A (1838-1862) pp. 9-10.
60. Herndon, John Goodwin, Haverford Pennsylvania; author of CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY and THE CUNNINGHAMS OF CUB CREEK.
61. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
62. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
63. RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Terry Honan's Family Genealogy, Terry Honan, 3355 Chimney Point Drive, Cumming, GA 30041, 770-844-0624, She puts birthplace as Buckingham Co., VA.
64. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
65. RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Terry Honan's Family Genealogy, Terry Honan, 3355 Chimney Point Drive, Cumming, GA 30041, 770-844-0624.
66. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
67. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
68. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
69. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
70. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
71. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 66.
72. RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Terry Honan's Family Genealogy, Terry Honan, 3355 Chimney Point Drive, Cumming, GA 30041, 770-844-0624.
73. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
74. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
75. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 66.
76. Virginia Magazine, Vol. LI. - 1943, Cumberland/Prince Edward Co., VA.
77. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
78. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
79. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
80. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
81. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
82. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
83. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
84. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 36.
85. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
86. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
87. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
88. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
89. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
90. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
91. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
92. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
93. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
94. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
95. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 44.
96. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
97. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
98. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
99. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 44.
100. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
101. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
102. Dolores Autry, Historic Linwood Cemetery of Columbus, Muscogee Co., GA, Vol. 2, Secs. C-G, Updated and edited by Lea Lewis Dowd and Carol Johnson, Copyright 2007 by Lea Lewis Dowd, p. 110.
103. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
104. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
105. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
106. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
107. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
108. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
109. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
110. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
111. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 74.
112. Information provided by Bryan LaFayette Redd, Jr., M.D. and Arla Bateman Redd, 2662 Fair Oaks Road, Decatur, GA 30033, August & November 2002.
113. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
114. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
115. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
116. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
117. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
118. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
119. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
120. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
121. The Redd Family by Judge Redmond S. Cole, Tulsa, Oklahoma (8/22/1881-7/16/1959), notes found in papers of Harry F. Micer, Farmville, VA.
122. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
123. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
124. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
125. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
126. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
127. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
128. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
129. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
130. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
131. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
132. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
133. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
134. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 72.
135. The Cumberland County Historical Society, Inc., Cumberland County Virginia and Its People, Second Supplement, 1991, pp. 64-65.
136. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
137. Family Tree Maker, CD 186 Family History: VA Genealogies #2, 1600-1800s, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. III, p. 809, The Morton Family of Henrico, Prince Edward and Brunswick Counties, VA.
138. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
139. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
140. Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia 1607-1624/5, Fourth Edition, Volume One (2004) Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD 21202, Baley-Cocke, p. 139-40.
141. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
142. Marriage records of Cumberland County, VA 1749-1840 by Katherine B. Elliott, Southern Historical Press, Inc., p. 11.
143. Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns of Prince Edward County, VA 1754-1810, Southern Historical Press, p. 2.
144. Abstracts of Cumberland County, Virginia, Will Books 1 and 2, 1749-1782, Will Book 2, page 391.
145. Marriage records of Cumberland County, VA 1749-1840 by Katherine B. Elliott, p. 108.
146. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
147. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
148. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
149. Wulfeck, Dorothy Ford, Marriages of some Virginia Residents, 1607-1800, Vol. II, p. 315.
150. Marriage records of Cumberland County, VA 1749-1840 by Katherine B. Elliott, Southern Historical Press, Inc., p. 131.
151. Wulfeck, Dorothy Ford, Marriages of some Virginia Residents, 1607-1800, Vol. II, p. 315.
152. Marriage records of Cumberland County, VA 1749-1840 by Katherine B. Elliott, Southern Historical Press, Inc., p. 131.
153. Family Tree Maker, CD 186 Family History: VA Genealogies #2, 1600-1800s, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. III, p. 809, The Morton Family of Henrico, Prince Edward and Brunswick Counties, VA.
154. CAPTAIN THOMAS REDD (ca. 1730-1801) AND HIS FAMILY, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA., p. 73.
155. Will of Quin Morton, Charlotte Co., VA WB 2:295b, Prob 7 Jan 1805.
156. Notes provided by Robert Edward Micer (1928- ).
157. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
158. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
159. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
160. CD 186 Family History: VA Genealogies #2, 1600s-1800s, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. V, Woodson Family, pp. 540-559.
161. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
162. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
163. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
164. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
165. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
166. CD 186 Family History: VA Genealogies #2, 1600s-1800s, Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. V, Woodson Family, pp. 540-559.
167. Genealogical Records of Buckingham Co., VA by Edythe Rucker Whitley (1984), p. 87.
168. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
169. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
170. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
171. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
172. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
173. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
174. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
175. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
176. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
177. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
178. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
179. The Cunninghams of Cub Creek, by John Goodwin Herndon, Haverford, PA from Genealogies of VA Families, The VA Magazine of History & Biography.
180. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
181. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
182. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
183. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.
184. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
185. russell family.FBC.FBK.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Jul 29, 2004.



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