Spindler Family Genealogy Forum
Abstracts of VA Land Patents and Grants, 1695-1732; Nugent
"James Francklin, Junr., 426 acs., Henrico Co., in Bristoll Par; on S. side of Swift Cr., 28 Oct 1702, p. 501. Beg. at his own line, cor. of Capt. Epps; crossing Long Sw. & Hunting path; &c. Granted Lames Francklin, 15 Oct 1698, & granted the abovenamed by order, &c. Trans. of 9 pers: Wm. Chambers, John Evans, Thomas Francklin, Robert Floyd, James Harris, John Liveseley, Matthew Oakely, Richd. Allen, Mary Spindlers."
The King's Passengers to Maryland and Virginia, 1718-1776; Coldham, 1997.
"Felons transported from London to Virginia by the Justitia, Capt. Colin Somervell, in September 1767.
Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775; Coldham, 1988.
"Spindle, John. S Oct 1732 M.
Spindler, Richard. S Jun T Sep 1767 Justitia. L."
Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution; Gwathmey, 1987.
"Spindle, Ambrose, 6 CL, also Spindol.
Spindler, Richard, Gist's Reg."
note: 6 CL = Sixth Virginia Regiment, Continental Line
Revolutionary Soldiers of Virgina; Eckenrode, 1912.
"Spindle, Ambrose (6 V. R.) W.D. 126, 1"
note: 6 VR = 6th Virginia Regiment; WD 126,1 refers to War Department photos of payrolls of VA Continental Line.
VA Continental Soldiers; Backstruck
"Warrant for 50 acres issued to John Spindle, assignee of William Kernel, a soldier in the Regiment of William Byrd. 21 Feb. 1780 Essex Co."
Virginia (Revolutionary) Publick Claims; Abercrombie and Slatten, 1992.
"Provisioning from local inhabitants of Essex Co. VA:
John Spindle 4 brandy L2-8.
John Spindle 2 beefs 675# L8-8.3."
note: L= pound symbol
VA Tax Records; 1983
"Slave owners Sptsylvania County 1783:
John Spindle 1
William Spindle 4"
Virginia Tax Payers other than those published by US Census Bureau, 1782-87; Fothergill, Naugle.
Spindle, John, 1, 2, Spots.
Spindle, William, 1, 4, Spots."
note: first entry is "poll"; second entry is "slave"; third entry is county.
Essex County Personal Property Tax 1787- List "A" and "B".
"Spindle, John, self, 0,0,0,1,6"
note: "self" is in a column called "charged with tax"; the other columns were not explained.
The 1787 Census of VA-Spotsylvania County Personal Property Tax 1787- List A.
"Spindle, Wm., self, 0,6,7,6,16
Spindle, Bridget, self, 1,0,1,1,8, not tithable
Spindle, Willm., Bridget Spindle"
1790 VA census- Essex County
"District no. 6- list of Jno Upshaw
Spindle, John, 7, 16"
note 7=white; 16 = slaves
The Virginia Genealogist, Vol 19 (1975), Essex County 1800 Tax List.
"Spindle, Barbee, 1-6-7-1
Spindle, Jno., 1-7-11-3
Spindle, Philip, 1-6-5-1
Spindle, Mordecai, 1-2
Spindle, Wm. 1-1"
The Virginia Genealogist, Vol 16 (1972) Culpeper County 1800 Tax List.
"Spindle, Thomas, 1-1"
The Virginia Genealogist, Vol 6 (1962), Augusta County 1800 Tax List
"Spindle, Rev Adolph, 0-2"
The Virginia Genealogist, Vol 14 (1970), Caroline County 1800 Tax list.
"Spindle, Lewis, 1-6-5-2"
Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800; Torrence, 1985.
"SPINDLE Spotsylvania John 1783 w."
DAR Patriot Index Vol III (spouses)
"Spindle, Elizabeth= John Turnley(I 692)"
VA Revolutionary Pension Applications-Index; Dorman
"Spindle, Elizabeth C. (Alsop) 2:3"
VA/W.VA Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War; Wardell
"ALSOP, Benjamin, esf 1775 Spotsylvania Co, VA; b there 3/17/1758; dd 12/1/1832; f dd 1776-8; sol. ch: Elizabeth C w/o William Spindle, Sarah Ann w/o Stapleton Crutchfield. R 48"
notes: esf= entered service from, dd=died, sol=soldier, ch= child, w/o= widow of
Selected Final Pension Payment Vouchers -Virginia, 1818-64; Pierce.
"Alsop, Benjamin Richmond 1832
Spotsylvania Co., VA., 23 May 1834, Elizabeth C. Spindle (signature), Ann G. Parker (signature), and Sarah Ann Crutchfield (signature), lifelong residents of this county, children of Benjamin Alsop, late pensioner (rank not given) who resided in this county, appoint James Robertson attorney to collect arrears due from 4 Mar 1831 to 1 Dec 1832, the day of his death; witnesses John A. Spindle as to E.C.S., Hester A.R. Vaughan as to A.G.P., and Robt. Rothrock as to S.A.C. Sworn before Oscar M. Crutchfield, J.P. Richmond, 31 May 1834, J. Robertson collected $522.45.
W.Va. Heritage Encyclopedia Vol 6; Comstock
"Andrew Spindle- born in Augusta county, Virginia, November 9, 1830, was eight years old when his parents, Philip and Elizabeth (Zumbro)Spindle, came to Harrison county. His father was born in Augusta county, january 27, 1794, and died in Harrison county in 1863. His mother, born in Augusta county, October 20, 1798, died in this county July 26, 1872. In Harrison county, March 5, 1857, Andrew Spindle was united in marriage with Mary Davis, born in Alleghany county, Maryland, April 22, 1832. Her father, Samuel Davis, was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1792, and her mother, Julia A. (Wissman) Davis, was born in Hagerstown, Maryland, April 22, 1793. She died December 21, 1872 and her husband died two years later. The father of Andrew Spindle, and his wife's father, were soldiers of the 1812 war. In Ten-mile district Andrew Spindle owns and cultivates 100 acres of land, and he has served the district two years as constable, four years as treasurer. His postoffice address is New Salem Harrison county, West Virgina.
Marriages of Some VA Residents, 1607-1800; Wulfleck.
John m 13 April, 1795, Lucy Sale. Spotsylvania Co. Mar. Record."
Some Wills from the Burned Counties of VA; Hopkins.
Lewis Spindle 1820
names taken from Caroline County Va Court Papers; Hopkins, Wm L. which includes whole or partial wills"