Individual Notes

Note for:   Elizabeth ROBERTSON,   15 JUN 1840 - 28 APR 1915         Index

Alias:   /Bettie/


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Note for:   George W. HARPER,   22 MAY 1832 - 5 SEP 1885         Index

Individual Note:
     The 1860 Pittsylvania, VA census has George W., age 28, as a farmer, living alone in Pleasant Gap.

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Note for:   Elvira HARPER,   24 AUG 1833 - 15 MAR 1914         Index

Alias:   Malvina or /Molvina/


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Note for:   Hutchings B. PRICE,   ABT 1789 -          Index

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     1850 Census of Pitts, County, VA
18 118 118 Price Hutchings B. 38 M / Farmer 6,000 Virginia
19 118 118 Richards Darcas 30 F . . . Virginia

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Note for:   Jessie CARTER,   1725 - 16 DEC 1811         Index

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     Will of Jesse Carter of Pittsylvania County, VA
Will Book 1, Page 367
November 30, 1805

Jesse Carter of Pittsylvania County, State of Virginia, as being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God. I give my Soul into the Hands of God
To son Thomas C Carter, 250 acres lying on north side of Bannister River beginning at lower end of my land on said river thence up same as it meanders a sufficient distance, then a northern course to back line for quantity together with property I formerly gave him now in his possession.
To daughter Sarah Carter, 200 Acres at upper end of my land to be laid off beginning at the upper end on both sides of the Bannister river then down same a sufficient distance for quantity together with the property I formerly gave her now in her possession.
To daughter Peggy Thompson, wife of Samuel Thompson, the property I formerly gave her now in her possession together with one Negro girl named Elsie and its increase.
To son Joseph Carter, balance of my land in south side of Bannister River including the plantation whereon I now live and also in the North side after my son Thomas and Sarah Carters’ portions are taken off as above mentioned, the balance being 852 acres together with one Negro man named Isaac, one man Ned and one boy named George, one Negro woman named Milley and her two children James and Salley and increase to him and his Heirs forever.
To Grandson Robert C Carter, son of my daughter Mary Hopkins, one Negro boy named Phil to him and his Heirs forever.
To Loving Wife Mary Carter one Negro man named Anthony, one named Peter and also one Negro Woman named Hannah, one named Abigail, one named Charlotte, one named Winny, one named Murrier and one named Matilda and also one Negro boy named Stephen during her life and at her Death the above named Negroes to be equally divided among my children, namely, Thomas C Carter, Sarah Carter, Mary Hopkins, Jesse Carter, John Carter, Joseph Carter and Peggy Thompson and the remaining of my property of whatsoever description it may be, I leave it to my son Joseph Carter.
In presence of William Nelson, Welcome William Allen, Caleb Anglin, Robert Leftwich, Rawley White, Washington Thompson, Waddy Thompson, Jenny Thompson.
I constitute and appoint my Lovings wife Mary Carter and Joseph Carter my Executrix and Executor to this my last Will and Testament.
        Jesse Carter (SEAL)

Wit: William Nelson, Welcome William Allen, Caleb Angler, Jennings Thompson, Robert Leftwich, Rawly White, Washington Thompson, Waddy Thompson

Proven December 16, 1811Securities were Joseph Carter, Jesse Carter, Benjamin Watkins, Jesse Leftwich-$10,000 Bond

Submitted by Gayle Austin - on Rootsweb

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Note for:   William E. FOWLKES,   19 AUG 1828 - 16 MAY 1864         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Thompson Cemetery, Riceville, VA


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Note for:   Davis PETTY,    - 1820         Index

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     Davis was head of a household of five whites and three blacks in Halifax County in 1782 and six whites in 1785. [Heads of Families at the First Census 1790, Virginia, page and column 23C, 87D]

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Note for:   Mary Anne BACK,   27 FEB 1830 - 7 MAR 1900         Index

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     According to her obit, she came to Illinois with her parents when she was 9 years old.

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Note for:   Coleman HARPER,   BET 1805 AND 1810 - ABT 1841         Index

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     Coleman Harper Estate Inventory from Vigo, IN
9 august 1841 – James Perry, Admr.
10 August 1841 – Inventory
15 November 1851 – sale bill
8 August 1844 – petition to sell real estate: SW Ό Sec. 26 Twp. 3 N R4W
Heirs:George W. Harper of Vigo County
Nancy E. Harper of Vigo County
Lucretia Harper of Vigo County
Sarah J Harper of Martin County
Susannah Harper of Martin County – age 5
Priscilla Harper of Martin County – age 3
Ages are of October 1845
Record of Adm. Bonds & Letters, Book A, pp. 24, 25
Bondsman: Wm. E. Niblack, Arthur J. Simpson & Barney Reily
$600 bond filed 27 August 1845
William E. Niblack, Adm. De bonas non filed 27 Aug. 1845

Letters of Adm. Book A, page 5 – 1845
James Perry, Administrator
Probate Order Book – Nov. term 1844 – Oct. term 1847
29 Oct. 1845 – Andrew Demoss guardian of Susannah and Percilla
Harper, infant heirs of Coleman Harper
Note: Coleman Harper m/1 Nancy Mosier 28 Dec. 1828 Martin Co.
        Coleman Harper m/2 Mary Perry 7 April 1838 Martin Co.

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Note for:   William HALL,   BEF 1821 -          Index

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     1860 census for Whitmell, Southern District, Pittsylvania Co, VA
William Hall 50 mfarmer
Mary P Hall 44 f
Nannie F Hall 16 f
Dicey G Hall 15 f
Mary W Hall 14 f
Daniel M Hall 11 m
Matilda Hall 9 f
Susan E Hall 2 f
(All b. in VA)

1850 census for the Southern District, Pittsylvania Co, VA
William Hall 42 mLaborer
Polley Hall 30 f
Elvira Hall 9 f
Nancy Hall 6 f
Dicey Hall 5 f
Mary Hall 4 f
Daniel Hall 1 m
William Johnson19 mlaborer
(All b. in VA)

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Note for:   Robertson B. HALL,   1811 - 15 SEP 1878         Index

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     1840 census for Regiment 107, Pittsylvania Co, VA
HALLRobertson- 1 male 20-30 and 1 female 20-30

1860 census for Woodstock Dist, Cherokee Co, GA
HALLRobertson B.49farmerVA
Elizabeth D.41keeping houseVA
Cynthia17
Susan 16VA
Reuben C.15VA
William R.10GA
Sarah E.7GA
John F.2GA
HALLJoseph H.30farmerVA

1870 census for Lickskillet Dist, Cherokee Co, GA
HALLRobertson B.59farmerVA
Elizabeth D.42keeping houseVA
Susan D.27VA
William R.19farm laborGA
Sarah E.14GA
John F.13farm laborGA

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Note for:   Reuben HALL,   ABT 1822 -          Index

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     1860 Census for Callands, Pitts, Co,VA
Reuben Hall 38 m farmer $50
Martha " 33 f
Matilow Prewitt 7 f

Pension Applicants - Act of 1900 PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY
Hall, Martha C., widow of Reuben Hall, Capt. Sykes Co. of Reserves ??

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Note for:   Daniel HALL,   ABT 1825 -          Index

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     DANIEL HALL married MARY C. MOTTLEY on 14 December 1847 Pittsylvania County, VA.

1880 Census for Dan River, Pittsylvania County, VA
    Danniel HALL Self M Male W 55 VA Farmer VA VA
    Mary C. HALL Wife M Female W 45 VA Keeping House VA VA
    Sallie HALL Dau S Female W 19 VA Keeping House VA VA
    Levi HALL Son S Male W 13 VA Farm Hand VA VA
    Jno. HALL Son S Male W 11 VA Farm Hand VA VA
    Ida B. HALL Dau S Female W 8 VA VA VA

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Note for:   Sarah HALL,   ABT 1813 -          Index

Alias:   /Sally/

Individual Note:
     Farmer, George Sally Hall 8 Oct 1833 Reuben Hall
From Some Select Marrriage Bonds Pittsylvania County, Virginia by Gayle Austin - http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Evapittsy/marriage