Note for: George SUTHERLIN, - 1803 Index
The 1803-will of George Sutherlin in Pittsylvania County gave son Adams Sutherlin slaves and 100 acres on Sandy Creek. [Pittsylvania Co. Wills & Deeds Bk. 11, p. 271]
Note for: Mary ROBERTSON, - ABT 1826 Index
Note for: John JENNINGS, - 1777 Index
John Jennings Jr. of Amelia County purchased 102 acres in Halifax County from John Gillintine 22 March 1777. [Halifax Co. Deed Bk. 10, p. 335]
John left a will in Halifax County that named his wife, Sarah, brothers William, James, and Joseph Jennings, brothers-in-law William Oliver and Robert Thompson, and his esteemed parents John and Temperance Jennings. Ann Gillintine was among the witnesses (will dated 13 Aug. 1777, [Halifax Co. Will Bk. 1, p. 187] recorded 18 Sept. 1777).
Sarah Jennings married second George Cabanis in Amelia County 13 April (bond) 1779. [Amelia Co. marriage bond] A note from Joseph Jennings and Samuel Thompson dated 12 April 1779 requested the license and said, “Sarah is of that age and Capable to act for herself with Respect to marriage.” This Joseph Jennings was probably Joseph Jennings and Samuel Thompson was his brother-in-law, the husband of Anne Jennings.
In Halifax County 3 November 1779, Mrs. Sarah Cabiness swore that she had distributed the assets of her late husband’s estate before marrying George Cabanis. Legatees were Sarah Jennings, Robert Thompson, William Jennings, and John Jennings Sr. The list of estate payments included “brandy for the appraisers” and “expences to herself for trouble as Executrix.” [Halifax Co. Will Bk. 1, p. 294]
Note for: Instant HALL, - 1738 Index
Instant Hall acquired 215 acres in Bristol Parish of Charles City County 28 October 1697, and held 614 acres in 1704. [Patent Book 9, p. 87; English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records (des Cognets), p. 225] In October 1712, Instant Hall and Mary, his wife, deeded 50 acres to John Kemp. [Prince George Co. Wills & Deeds 1710-1713, p. 182]
John West deeded Instant 200 acres in Bristol Parish 13 June 1720 and Drury Bolling sold him 160 acres on Puddledock Creek 10 August 1721. [Prince George Co. Wills & Deeds 1713-1728, pp. 476, 477]
In 1722 he got 286 acres in Prince George County on the north side of White Oak Swamp. [Patent Book 11, p. 133; Prince George Co. Wills & Deeds 1713-1728, p. 754; Prince George Co. Surveyors' Bk. 1711-1724, p. 924] He and Mary deeded 100 acres to John Lewis 9 December 1726. [Prince George Co. Wills & Deeds 1713-1728, p. 938]
Note for: Mary WILLSON, - 1738 Index
Her husband was undoubtedly Instant Hall who had wife, Mary, in the Bristol Parish Register. The Willson and Hall family settled near each other in Amelia County. Instant was a vestryman of Bristol Parish from as early as 1720 to 1731. [Bristol Parish Vestry Book (Chamberlayne), pp. 1, 57]
Note for: Daniel BRADLEY, - 1831 Index
From the Hodnett Family History http://www.rootsweb.com/~vapittsy/Hodnettgen.html:
Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marriage Bonds
May 17th 1784, Daniel Bradley - Elizabeth Davis;Bondsman, Benjamin Davis, Minister, John Bailey
D&W 11, pg. 216: Will of William Davis, signed June 4th 1790; Rec. June 20 1791. Names son-in-law Daniel Bradley.
Revolutionary Service: "Va. Militia in the Rev.War.", McAllister pg. 160
Bradley, Daniel - Pittsylvania, August 22, 1832- "Enlisted from Cumberland July 1, 1780 in the First Virginia for eighteen months. Was under Capt. White and enlisted by En. Belew. Was in the battles of Guilford and Eutaw, the seige of Ninety-Six, and at the capturing of Scotch Lake at blockhouse at Camden, and the forts at Friday's Thompson' and Augusta. Was in camp on High Hills of Santee. Capt. Morgan was wounded at Eutaw".
State of Virginia, County of Pittsylvania - Mrs. Jas. S. Jones of Chatham, Virginia, being duly sworn, deposes and says that the foregoing information is true to the best of her knowledge and that she personally copied the items taken from the records.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day ofApril A.D. 1934.
W. E. Allen, Notary Public
Pittsylvania County, State of Virginia
Va. Militia in the Rev. War. by McAllister pg. 160 Same as above - Daniel was wounded in one of these engagements & was ever afterwards a cripple. He died in 1831 - The family
Daniel Bradley and wife, Elizabeth Davis had thefollowing children:
Delphia Bradley m. Blade, and he died in Norfolk during the war of 1812
Betsy Bradley m. WilliamChaney
Willie Bradley m. a Holt. She was noted for weaving figured blankets & good cooking.
Lucy Bradley unmd.
Samuel Bradley m. Frances Slayton first and Sallie Ray second.
Isham Bradley m. Prishia(?) Williams
Jane Bradley m. Reuben Hall who with William Chaney administered on Daniel's estate
_______ Bradley m. an Adams
Above Samuel Bradley m. the second time Sallie Ray of North Carolina who was of Scotch descent. Born to them were the following: Mary Frances Bradley b. March 1st 1838 and married Thomas J. Hodnett.
Nannie Ray Bradley born Nov. 7 1840 m. Billy Clarkson
Robert Bradley born 1842 married Mary Moss. He fought in the Civil War.
Pattie S. Bradley born November 1, 1847 died October 10, 1925 unmd.
Mary Frances Bradley (above) married Thomas JonesHodnett who fought in the Civil War. (See Hodnett record for list of children.)
Daniel Bradley lived on Banister River not far from this side of Chatham. Samuel Bradley overseer for 10 yrs. at $100. peryear, saved half of it bought land on Fall Creek near Danville then a smallvillage. He lived to own 1200 A. a home for each of them.. He gave his5 children a fair education for the times. Samuel Bradley died January1870.
From "Wills of Pittsylvania Co., VA 1820-1845" by Mike K. Williams. Signal Mountain, TN, Mountain Press c1993
p 2 - Bradley, Daniel Wr 20 Aug 1831. Pro 16 Apr 1838. Wife Betty. Son, Isham...and "my daughters". Exec: Reuben HALL, William Chaney. Wit: Thomas Wooding, Thomas Davis, Jr., Lydia Davis
Note for: Thomas GALLAGHER, ABT 1830 - Index
From the 1880 census for Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio:
Thomas GALLAGHER Self M Male W 50 IRE Undertaker IRE IRE
Rures GALLAGHER Wife M Female W 40 IRE Housekeeper IRE IRE
Joseph F. GALLAGHER Son S Male W 17 OH At College IRE IRE
Mary GALLAGHER Dau S Female W 13 OH At School IRE IRE
Catharine E. GALLAGHER Dau S Female W 12 OH At School IRE IRE
Annie GALLAGHER Dau S Female W 10 OH At School IRE IRE
Genevive GALLAGHER Dau S Female W 3 OH IRE I
Note for: Richard BATTY, 12 FEB 1799 - 25 MAR 1867 Index
1850 Census for Sangamon Co, IL"
Batty, Richd. 52 M Wool Carder 500 England X
Batty, Mary 53 F England
Batty, Elizabeth 26 F England
Batty, Anna 13 F England
Batty, Edwin 16 M England
Batty, Emma 14 F England
Macoupin Co. REGISTER OF DECEDENTS WHO DIED INTESTATE 1863 – 1870 From Administrators Bond Book
FILE# SURNAME OF DECEDENT GIVEN NAME DEATH DATE ADMINISTRATOR(S)
1012 BATTY Richard 29 Mar 1866 Charles Packard
Note for: Billy Ray AUSTIN, - Index
Note for: Byrd DODSON, ABT 1799 - Index
1850 census for Pittsylvania County, VA
1 896 896 Dodson Byrd 57 M X Farmer 1,200 Virginia
2 896 896 Dodson Nancy 65 F . . . Virginia
3 896 896 Dodson Amanda 22 F . . . Virginia
4 896 896 Dodson James 20 M X . . Virginia
5 896 896 Dodson William 19 M . . . Virginia
6 896 896 Dodson Jefferson 18 M . . . Virginia
7 896 896 Dodson Analune 17 F . . . Virginia
8 896 896 Dodson Cassandria 16 F . . . Virginia
9 896 896 Dodson Joshua 14 M . . . Virginia
10 896 896 Dodson Josephine 10 M . . . Virginia
1880 Census for Dan River, Pittsylvania County, VA
Bird DODSON Self M Male W 81 VA Farmer VA VA
Winnie DODSON Wife M Female W 55 VA Keep House VA VA
Note for: Joseph Thomas PAYNE, 24 JUL 1828 - 22 JUL 1863 Index
According to Hazel J, died in the Civil War.
Note for: Elizabeth Frances PAYNE, ABT 1860 - Index
Note for: Nancy HAYS, 25 OCT 1838 - 11 MAR 1898 Index
Note for: Mary LINDLEY, - Index
Note for: Mary WEIR, - Index
Lucy Dodd says she went to Idaho.