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51 1 Adventurers of Purse & Person, 4th, p. 730.

Henrico Co., VA, Wills & Deed, 1725-37, p. 466, Will of Richard Cox of Henrico Parish. To son John, all my outward land, 105 acres, where he lives. To son Henry, all my land on north side of Cornelius' Cr., 500 acres, only I give my wife Mary 100 acres of it where the house is. To daughter Mary Fore [Faure], items. To daughter Elizabeth Hutchens, a cow. To grandson Hickerson Cox, 105 acres where my son Richard Cox lives. To son Richard, 1 shilling. To daughter Obedience Perkins, 1 shilling. To daughter Edith Wintler [Whitlow?], my books & spectals [sic]. To wife Mary, items and to be executor. Dated 13 July 1734. Wit: Michael Turpin, Michael Turpin, James Whitler. Recorded Feb. 1734 [Weisiger abstract] 
Cox, Richard (I9457)
 
52 1 Adventurers of Purse & Person, 4th, p. 730. Trent, Mary (I9463)
 
53 1 NAME William /GROOMER/
1 SEX M
1 BIRT
2 DATE 20 MAR 1787
2 PLAC Kentucky
1 DEAT
2 DATE 2 FEB 1858
1 BURI
2 PLAC New Hope Cemetary, Washington Twp., Clay County, Missouri
2 SOUR Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 3 (Allen Co.
977.8
3 CONT Ed2m) - age 70 years 10 m 12 days
1 FAMS @F7@
1 NOTE 1850 Census - Daviess Co., MO - 63, M, Farmer, $1000, Kentucky
0 @I15@ INDI
1 NAME Elizabeth W. /BURTON/
1 SEX F
1 BIRT
2 DATE 30 DEC
1792
2 PLAC Garrard, Kentucky
2 NOTE DOB also reported as 28 Dec 1791
2 SOUR LDS 8311505-43 1395523

Timeline from Bob Burton of Gainesville:

3/28/1810: Marriage of William Gromer and Elizabeth Burton. Recorded in Garrard Co, KY Marriages And Wills 1796-1851. Bride's father = Allen Burton. Bondsman = John W Crosswhite *Remember Sherrod Burton married to Rebecca Crosswhite*

1810: William Gromer appears as head of a family in Wilson Co, KY census, page 210. Enumerated are M16-26, F26-45 plus M26-45.

1820: Wm Gromer appears as head of a family in Wilson Co, KY census, page 144. Enumerated are M26-45, F26-45, M<10, 3F<10 plus 3 slaves.

1830: William Gromer appears as head of a family in Garrard Co, KY census, page 218. Enumerated are M40-50, F30- 40, F15-20, M10-15, F10-15, 2F5-10, 2M<5.

1840: Wm Groomer appears as head of a family in Clay Co, MO census, page 024. Enumerated are M50-60, F40-50, 2F15-20, 2M10-15.

1850: William (M63-KY) and Elizabeth (F59-KY) Groomer appear as heads of a family in Washington Township in Clay Co, MO census, page 369 B. Children: Garrett (M21-KY). 
Gromer, William (I5223)
 
54 1 NAME William /GROOMER/
1 SEX M
1 BIRT
2 DATE 20 MAR 1787
2 PLAC Kentucky
1 DEAT
2 DATE 2 FEB 1858
1 BURI
2 PLAC New Hope Cemetary, Washington Twp., Clay County, Missouri
2 SOUR Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 3 (Allen Co.
977.8
3 CONT Ed2m) - age 70 years 10 m 12 days
1 FAMS @F7@
1 NOTE 1850 Census - Daviess Co., MO - 63, M, Farmer, $1000, Kentucky
0 @I15@ INDI
1 NAME Elizabeth W. /BURTON/
1 SEX F
1 BIRT
2 DATE 30 DEC
1792
2 PLAC Garrard, Kentucky
2 NOTE DOB also reported as 28 Dec 1791
2 SOUR LDS 8311505-43 1395523

Timeline from Bob Burton of Gainesville:

3/28/1810: Marriage of William Gromes and Elizabeth Burton. Recorded in Garrard Co, KY Marriages And Wills 1796-1851
Bride's father = Allen
Bondsman = John W Crosswhite *Remember Sherrod Burton married to Rebecca Crosswhite*

1810: William Gromer appears as head of a family in Wilson Co, KY census, page 210. Enumerated are M16-26, F26-45 plus M26-45.

1820: Wm Gromer appears as head of a family in Wilson Co, KY census, page 144. Enumerated are M26-45, F26-45, M<10, 3F<10 plus 3 slaves.

1830: William Gromer appears as head of a family in Garrard Co, KY census, page 218. Enumerated are M40-50, F30- 40, F15-20, M10-15, F10-15, 2F5-10, 2M<5.

1840: Wm Groomer appears as head of a family in Clay Co, MO census, page 024. Enumerated are M50-60, F40-50, 2F15-20, 2M10-15.

1850: William (M63-KY) and Elizabeth (F59-KY) Groomer appear as heads of a family in Washington Township in Clay Co, MO census, page 369 B. Children: Garrett (M21-KY). 
Burton, Elizabeth W. (I5222)
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6520)
 
56 1, Adventurers of purse & person, 4th, at p. 161.

Left will dated 1 May 1796-6 June 1796, Henrico Co., VA, Will Bk 2, pp. 378-79. 
Turpin, Michael (I6531)
 
57 1, Adventurers of purse & person, 4th, at p. 161.

Lusby's first name was spelled numerous ways. Luzbet, Lizbet, Lusby, Luzby, Lusbet...

Henrico Co. 1748-50 Book, p. 111, 5 June 1748 Benjamin Burton Sr of county and Parish of Henrico, to Jacob Burton, his son, for love and affection, land now in possession of said Jacob, in same parish, bounded by Abraham Bailey, Lizbet Turpin, Coles Run, John Ellis, and Mirery Run, 200 acres. No witnesses. Signed: Ben Burton. Recorded 1st Mon. June 1749.

Henrico Co., VA, Deed Bk 1750-67, p. 56, 2 June 1750, Abraham Bailey to Joseph Bailey, his son, both of Henrico County, for 10 shillings, 125 acres, being part of a tract granted to Thomas Farrar by patent dated 24 October 1701; beginning at a corner gum standing on Cornelius Creek, thence adj. Benjamin Burton, Jr., Richard Ren, John & Richard Cox & Lizbe Turpin. No witnesses. Signed Abraham Bailey. Recorded 1st Mon. in June 1751.

p.317, 6 May 1754 Jacob Burton to Lizbit Tirpin (male), for 90 pounds, 200 acres adj. Abrahm Bailey, said Tirpin, John Cox, Cole's Run, John Ellis and Miery Run. Wit: none. Signed: Jacob Burton. Recorded 6 May 1754.

p. 413, 2 June 1755 Jacob Burton to Lisbit Turpin, both of Henrico County, for 100 pounds,, 200 acres on the south side of Cornelius Creek, adj. John Whitlow and John Wood and bounded by Bridge Branch. Wit: none. Signed: Jacob Burton. Recorded 2 June 1755.

Henrico Court Order Bk, 1763-1767, p. 461, May Court 1765 on motion of Groves Harding and John Redford, who were securities Jacob Burton, dec'd's, guardianship of Mary Alday, they are granted administration of estate of said Button [Burton], having produced a letter from Mary Burton, widow of said dec'd, renouncing her right of administration; Isham Allen and Luzby Turpin, Sec. Thomas Moseley, William Fraysor, Richard Renard, and Abraham Bailey to appraise.

Henrico Co., VA, Deed Bk 1750-1767, p. 523, (no date) Luzby Turpin to Abraham Bayly, both of Henrico County, for 40 pounds, 47 acres between the lands of Bayly, Randolph and Turpin and part of a tract sold to the said Turpin by Jacob Burton. Wit: Mark Clarke, Jr., Robert Adkines, Abraham (his X mark) Childers. Signed: Luzby Turpin. Sarah, wife of Luzby Turpin, relinquished her dower. Recorded 6 March 1758.

p. 662, 1 December 1760 Josiah Allday to Lusby Turpin, both of Henrico County, for 80 pounds, two certain tracts: 1) 125 acres on the north side of Cornelius Creek; adj. Joseph Bailey, John Allday, Leonard Henley, Peter Randolph, Esq., and Mary Allday, with reservation of about 10 or 12 feet square for a burial place of said Josiah Allday and his descendants; and 2) 10 acres adj. Peter Randolph, Esq., Leonard Henley and said Lusby Turpin. Wit: Mary Burton, David Womack, John Kendall. Signed: Josiah (his S mark) Allday. Anna, wife of Josiah Allday, relinquished her dower. Recorded 1 December 1760.

p. 692, 9 July 1761, Luzby Turpin to Abraham Bailey, Jr., both of Henrico county, for 80 pounds, 100 acres adj. William and Richard Cox, Finney and Abram Bailey. Wit: John Redford, Josiah Redford, Leonard Ward. Signed: Luzby Turpin. Recorded 3 August 1761.

Henrico Deed Bk, 1767-1774, p. 91, 16 April 1768, John Redford to Luzby Turpin, both of Henrico County, for 280 pounds, 120 acres on Roundabout Swamp; bounded on the east by Milner Redford; on the north by Kingsland Road, the Little Roundabout, Robert Pleasants and a corner of the land said Redford gave his son John; on the west by John Redford, Jr., and the land given to William Redford; and on the south by the main run of Roundabout Swamp; being all of the land whereon said Redford now dwelleth. Wit: Robert Pleasants, John Hutchens, Ann (her NM mark) Adkins. Signed: John Redford. Recorded 3 October 1768.

Henrico Co., VA, Deed Bk 1767-74, p. 473, 31 May 1773, Roger Cock Bailey to Thomas Williams, both of Henrico County, for 7 pounds and 10 shillings, 12 aces on Cornelius Creek; adj. a small tract once owned by Luzby Turpin, said Roger Cock Bailey and Nicholas Giles, Junr. Wit: John Pemble, Thomas Pemble, John Redford. Signed: Roger Cock Bailey. Recorded 7 June 1773.

Lusby Sr. & Jr. were tithed together in Henrico Co., 1787. 
Turpin, Lusby (I6527)
 
58 1, Adventurers of purse & person, 4th, at p. 161. Redford, Perrin (I9138)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9136)
 
60 1, Adventurers of purse & person, 4th, at p. 161. Turpin, Lusby (I6533)
 
61 1, Adventurers of purse & person, 4th, at p. 161. Redford, Sarah (I6525)
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9197)
 
63 1/28/1823: Herbert G. Waggener, late Sheriff of Adair Co, sold to Archabald A. Satterfield, for $17.625, 87.5 acres, bounded by Phelps' line, to G. Berry, on east bank of Greasey Creek, a branch of Cumberland River. On 8/16/1822, Alexander Waggener, deputy for the said Herbert G. Waggener, Sheriff, expose the tract of land to sale to satify and Exon. of fieri facias, which issued from the Clerk's Office of the Adair Circuit Court in favour of Joseph G. Walker and Elijah Stapp & against the estate of Hutchen Burton for the sum of $32.595 and directed to the Sheriff of Adair County bearing date 6/22/1822 and numbered 2539, and was duly levied on the aforesaid tract or parcel of land by the said Deputy Sheriff as the property of said Hutchen Burton. Recorded in Adair Co, KY Deed Book E, page 796. Stapp, Elijah (I7509)
 
64 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4824)
 
65 10/19/1819: Power of attorney given by Hutchen Burton to David Regins, to rent or sell tract of land lying on Greasey Creek in Adair Co, KY, as he sees fit. Recorded in Adair Co, KY Deed Book E, pages 235-6.

David was enumerated in Adair Co., KY, in 1820, Russell Co., KY, in 1830, and was not accounted for in the 1840 census. A findagrave.com memorial includes a middle initial “H,” a DOB of about 1791 in Casey Co., KY, and an exact DOD of 18 Sep 1836, also in Casey Co. The memorial also includes names of children and the name & date of marriage to a second wife, Lucretia Pigg. Aside from the latter marriage, I have not seen documentation for any of it. 
Riggins, David (I3878)
 
66 10/26/1782: "Account estate of JOHN BURTON Jr, deceased from 1773-1781. Division to JOHN BURTON, orphan of John Burton Jr. to Robert Scott and Rachel his wife, to HENRY BURTON, to MARY FLETCHER, to Martha Burton.
Exec: John James Farley
Entered by Edmond Booker and William Cross Craddock." Recorded in Amelia Co, VA Will Book 3, page 179. 
Burton, Rachel Cocke (I941)
 
67 10/27/1975: GRANVILLE, TN ?Funeral services for Maggie Burton Maddux, 96, were held Saturday at Granville Presbyterian Church with Andrew Albert officiating. Burial was in Maddux Family Cemetery. Mrs. Maddux died October 23 at her home in Granville following an extended illness. She was a native of Elwood, TN and the daughter of John Terry [this should be Perry] Burton and Vianna Beasley Bomar. Survivors are 4 daughters, Eleanor Maddux of Nashville, Martha Beasley Breeding of Granville, Mary Freeman Morrell of Pulaski, and Medora Corder of Fayetteville, NC; 2 sons, Thomas B. Maddux and Ralph Maddux both of Granville. Two grandchildren, Nancy Maddux Lafever of Cookeville and Martha Maddux Slatten of Sparta, and 2 greatgrandchildren, Leigh Ann Lafever and Jeff Lafever of Cookeville. Reported in Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN.

MADDUX GRAVEYARD, Putnam Co., TN located on Martin’s Creek
*Thomas Jefferson Maddux, b. 12 August 1878, Putnam Co., TN ? d. 12 March 1956,
s/o Robert Fain Maddux & Martha Stanton. He married 13 August 1899, Margaret M. Burton.
*Margaret Medora "Maggie" (Burton) Maddux, b. 27 May 1878, Elmwood TN ? d. 23 October 1975,
Granville, TN, d/o John Perry Burton & Vianna Beasley Bomar. (supplied by Bob Burton of Gainesville). 
Burton, Margaret Medora "Maggie" (I3093)
 
68 12/18/1816: Marriage bond for Daniel L. Price & Angeline Burton, dt Alexr. Surety: Thomas T. Harris.
(Bedford Co., VA) 
Burton, Angeline (I4735)
 
69 12/19/1803: Marriage of JOHN BURTON and EDAH ALLEN. Sure: James Allen. Per book Marriage Bonds and Minister's Returns of Pittsylvania Co., VA. 1767-1805 by Catherine Lindsey Knorr. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vapittsy/marriage.htm Family F1383
 
70 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3042)
 
71 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1268)
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9479)
 
73 1714 16 June Patent Bk 10, p. 191, Thomas HARROD [Harwood], 448 acs. (N.L.), Co. & Parish of Henrico, N. Side of James Riv., adj land of Henry Brazele, JOHN ROBERTSON, Edwd. Moseby, & Wm. Porter. Imp. of 9 pers: Hezekiah Gobble, Ruth Garford, Wm. Pilkinton, Mary Brookes, Eliza. Holmes, Peter Spencer, Gerraud Cannah (or Cavnah), Arthur Cannah (or Cavnah), Archaball Maccarrell.

Henrico Co., VA, Minute Bk 1719-1724, p. 318, Court 2 March 1723, In the case of Alexander Robinson (also spelled Robertson in this same item-Ed.) vs. William Burton, what estate Robinson has of Thomas Harwood's line to be valued by John Redford and Luke Smith. Robinson to pay court costs. (Weisiger abs.)

p. 249, Court 1 April 1723, Upon petition of Alexander Robinson who married Mary, daughter of Thomas Harwood, dec'd, praying that William Burton, who married Elizabeth Harwood, Executrix of said Harwood, be ordered to deliver to him that part of said Harwood's estate that belongs to his wife Mary. Court will assign to plaintiffs their share. 
Harwood, Thomas (I5152)
 
74 1787. BURTON, William and Lucy Hazlegrove. Sur. Archer Coleman. On August 27, ---- Sebet Bevill consents for William Burton to get a marriage license. There is no year given in the consent, but it is with those for 1787. Wit. to consent, Burrel Coleman and James Bevill. p. B-3. (MARRIAGES OF AMELIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1735-1815; Compiled by Kathleen Booth Williams. Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1979.)

Burton, William--Wr. 12 Jun 1826. Pro: Mar 1827. Wife: Lucy. Dau: Eliza B., Nancy. Sons: Mathew, James. Exec: wife, James & Matthew Burton. Wit: Wm Simpson, Robert Walters, Lewis Simpson. In Sept. 1841, the will again presented in court...Lucy has died. Letters of administration given to James Burton. (Williams, "Wills of Pittsylvania Co., Va., 1820-1880," p. 8)

From Bob Burton of Perry GA:
1826-1827: Will of WILLIAM BURTON, signed 6/12/1826, was probated 3/17/1827.
Wife: Lucy Burton.
Daus: Nancy Burton, Eliza B. Burton.
Sons: Mathew Burton, James Burton.
Executors: Lucy Burton, James Burton and Matthew Burton.
Wit: William Simpson, Robert Walters, Lewis Simpson
Recorded in Pittsylvania Co, VA Will Book 1, page 116.

9/20/1841: The will of William Burton will was again presented in court and again recorded in Will Book 1.....Lucy Burton, the executrix having departed this life, James Burton entered into bond in the penalty of $6,000, with Steven C. Townes his security, and was granted letters of administration on the estate of William Burton, decd, with the said will annexed in due form.
Recorded in Pittsylvania Co, VA Will Book 1, pages 431-2. 
Burton, William (I8673)
 
75 1798: Will of Peter FOARD. Son Daniel FORD, land I purchased of Peter GARANT. Four daughters: Ruth, Ann, Judith and Sally. Son Joel FORD. Land in Burking Co. in Virginia, to son Joel, 386 acres. Land in Garrard County. Fifty acres to Alex. MOORE. Son Jacob FORD 186 acres Buckingham Co. VA. Son Laban FORD, remainder of land in Buckingham Co. VA., 150 acres. Step-daughter, Polly SLONE/STONE when she comes of age or marries. Step-son Samuel SLONE/STONE. Wife Sarah. Fifty acres to my daughter Polly if she is ever removed from the Indians. Son John FORD, already has his portioin. Executors: wife Sarah and two sons, Daniel and Joel. Written 4 Mar 1798. Witnesses: John MANIER, Christopher COY, Hutchins BURTON, and Eliza COY. 3 Oct 1801 proved and ordered to be recorded. Recorded in Madison Co, KY Will Book A, page 232. Ford, Peter (I7436)
 
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7074)
 
77 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7323)
 
78 1840: Elizabeth Burton appears as head of a family in the Southern Division in Surry Co, NC census, page 126. Enumerated are F50-60,M30-40,F20-30,M<5. Milly Chamberlin (F70-80) appears on page 115. Also enumerated are F15-20. Josiah Cowles (M40-50) is a close neighbor to Milly Chamberlin.

1850 Census, Surry Co, NC, page 179.
Burton, Elizabeth Burton F64 NC $100
Martha F 9 NC
Sally F 6 NC
John (M51-VA) and Ibba (F49-NC) Chamberlin appear in the South Division on page 254. Josiah Cowles (M58-CT) appears as a merchant on page 267. 
Chamberlain, Elizabeth (I6545)
 
79 1840: Philmore Jones appears as head of a family in Marion Co, MS census, page 114. Enumerated are M30-40, F20-30, 2M<5 (Samuel & Pleasant).

F. G. Jones and his family were enumerated in Hancock Co., MS, in the 1850 census. Names and dates from this census.

Arthur Theron Jones Sr. wrote "Filmer Green Jones descendants of Maurepas, Louisiana." It is available at familysearch.org. 
Jones, Filmer Green (I9193)
 
80 1840: Richard Burton appears as an 81 year old Revolutionary War veteran in Edgefield Co, SC census, page 076. Also enumerated are F50-60,M40-50 (Richard J.),F30-40, F20-30,M<5 plus 21 slaves. Beverly Burton (M40-50) appears on page 075.

1850: Martha Burton (F65) appears within the family of R. J. (M53) and Lucinda (F23) Burton who appear as heads of a family in Edgefield Co, SC census, page 022.

According to the 1850 census, R.J. was a butcher. It is possible that Lucinda was his second wife.

Some information from a descendant of George Washington Burton. 
Burton, Richard Johnson (I4739)
 
81 1840: Wm Burton (M60-70) appears as head of a family in Decatur Co, IN census, page 229. Also enumerated are F60-70, F20-30. Martin Hill (M30-40) is a next door neighbor.

1850 Census, Clay Township, Decatur Co, IN, page 045B.
Hill, Martin M49 VA $1,400
Ann F50 TN
Elizabeth F13 IN
Minerva C. F11 IN
Preston, Lavina F75 VA
Burton, William M71 NC [born abt 1779]
Holmes, Catharine F2 IN [niece of Ann, granddaughter of William]

1860 Census, Clay Township, Decatur Co, IN, page 1005.
Hill, Martin M57 VA $6,300/ $1,000
Ann F60 TN
Elizabeth F23 IN
Mary F21 IN
Burton, Wm M81 SC [incorrect!] 
Burton, Ann (I6885)
 
82 1850 census for Patrick County, VA, for James Stone, age 42, born abt 1808:
James Stone, age 42; Mary Stone, age 32; Lucinda Stone, age 12; Eliza A. Stone, age 10; William Stone, age 7; Mary J. Stone, age 6; Catharine Stone, age 5; Nellie Stone, age 2; Mary Stone, age 50.

1860 census for Henry County, VA:
Mary Stone, 44; Eliza Stone, 19; William Stone, 18; Mary Stone, 16; Cassie [Catherine] Stone, 14; Eleanor [Nellie] Stone, 12; Newsom Stone, 10; Nancy Stone, 7; Sally Stone, 5; John Stone, 2; Polly Stone, 65; Martha Vaughn, 10.

1870 census for Henry County, VA:
Eliza Stone, 20 [should be 30]; Mary J. Stone, 18; Nellie Stone, 15; Nusam [Newsom] Stone, 17; Nannie [Nancy] Stone, 15; Sallie Stone, 13; Mary Stone, 70.


1880 census for Henry County, VA:
Eliza Stone, 39; Mary J. Stone, 36; Nellie Stone, 30; Sally Stone, 23; Polly Stone, 85. Polly was listed as an aunt and the other four as sisters.


1900 census for Henry County, VA:
Nellie Stone, age 50, and Jane Stone, age 56, were listed as aunts and were living in the home of Nathan Washburne, 22, and his wife Dorella Washburne, 16, and their son Henry Washburne, age 3 months.
(Note: My records show that Nathan was Nathaniel Ira Washburn, Jr., and Dorella, whose maiden name was Dorella [Dora] E. Morris Stone, was the daughter of John Henry Stone and Sallie Francis. The 1860 census showed that Nellie and Mary had a brother named John.)

1910 census for Henry County, VA:
Mary J. Stone, 63, and Nellie A. Stone, age 59, were living together.

According to Notes made in October 1992 by Kermon Thomasson, Nellie Stone [“Nell”] and her sister Jane were the great aunts of Kermon’s uncle, Henry Climon Washburn, and Nell and Jane Stone owned the property and home that eventually became known as the “old Washburn place.” They left the house and property to Lavinder Washburn, the brother of Henry Climon Washburn. Lavinder eventually sold part of it to Henry Climon Washburn, including the old homeplace [a log house]; Lavinder sold the other part of the property to Larkin Stone, whose wife’s name was Mattie. 
STONE, Mary Jane (I1891)
 
83 1850 census implies age 13 at marriage. Winifred was likely a little older.

Franklin Co., VA, Will Bk 7, p.553, Ramsey, Winney, assignment of dower. Agreeable to an order of the County Court of Franklin to us directed we did on the 16th day of March 1852 go upon the Lands mentioned in said order and did lay off to Winney Ramsey the widow of Thos. Ramsey Dec’d fifty nine acres of land and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at pointers on the Sorrelwood So. 45 deg. W 5 poles to a Chestnut tree N 73 deg. W 22 poles to a post Oak N 38 deg. W 30 poles to a Chestnut tree thence a new dividing line So. 67 1/2 deg. W 40 poles to a Locust N 70 deg. W 46 poles crossing the creek to a stake in C. A. Ramsey’s line & with it So. 3 deg. E 34 poles crossing sd. creek and a branch to a Chestnut tree thence up the branch as it meanders 84 poles to a chestnut stump So. 2 deg. W 18 poles to a Black Oak thence a new dividing line So. 82 deg. E 48 poles to a Spanish Oak on the aforesaid [?] and then along it No. 29 deg. E 44 poles to the first station. Also allowing Woodson Ramsey a passway beginning at Pointers in Tandy Ramsey’s [line?] & with said line to Chestnut [?]. All of which is respectfully submitted. Thomas [Jeimerson?], Jenkins M. Oxley, John McGhee.

At a court held for Franklin County the 3rd day of May 1852. This assignment of dower to Winney Ramsey widow of Thomas Ramsey Dec’d, in the lands of said Thomas Ramsey Dec’d was returned and ordered to be recorded. Teste. M. G. [Garfield?] CFC

Winnie likely died before 1860. Her daughter Letitia was enumerated with Jesse & Susan Davis and next door to Charles who was enumerated with his grandfather Benjamin Davis in the Henry Co. census. Alice "Aley" was enumerated in the household of Booker & Isabella (Thornton) Ramsey in Franklin Co. Susan has not yet been found in 1860. Benjamin Davis’ 1865 will includes the “heirs of my daughter Winnie Ramsey.” Clerk’s copy at courthouse mistranscribed her name as Winnet and that is how it is indexed. 
Davis, Winifred (I9906)
 
84 1850 Census, District No. 2, Wayne Co, KY, page 263B.
Richardson, Joseph M50 NC $1,000
Jane F50 NC
Mary F18 KY
Lucy J. F15 KY
Francis F11 KY
William M 9 KY
James M 4 KY
Samuel M70 VA $2,000
Agness F80 NC 
Richardson, Samuel (I7455)
 
85 1850 Person Co. census, Gideon and Rebecca Roberson are enumerated, img. 126 of 141 on ancestry.com. Parmelia Roberson (36 yrs old?) is living with them.

Rebecca (80), Mila (40) and an Elizabeth Roberson (12) were enumerated in the 1860 household of Mary & Jacob Brintle. 
Robertson, Parmelia (I864)
 
86 1850 Person Co., Drury Allen (69), Joannah (50), Frances (18), Roan (16), William G. (14), Virginia (10) and Melchader (?) 21 next door.

1860 Person Co., Wm G. (24), Martha (21) and Frances Peace (28) (his sister Frances?). Drury (80), Joanna (62), Melchiador (42) and Virginia (21) living next door.

1870 Person Co. census, Wm G., Martha, George A (7, “male”), Julia (4) and Thomas (3) and William (1).

1880 Person Co. Joanah Allen (82, MIL to HOH) living with daughter Virginia Montague and her family.
1880 Wake Co., Gaston Allen (44), Martha (41), Georgiana (18), Joella (16), Thomas J. (13), William H. (11) and Claude (F, 2, dau.)

DOD is unconfirmed. There are estate papers for a William Allen in 1882 in Anson Co. and that man is not the same man as this William Gaston Allen (there are many men by this name). Many trees have William Gaston Allen dying in 1882. This is not yet verifiable. An older William G. Allen married Martha B. Shipp in Wake Co. in 1839 and it would also be possible to confuse this man with the younger one because they both married women named Martha and “our” William was enumerated at least once in Wake Co. However, the children in the household can be used to separate these families. 
Allen, William Gaston (I12257)
 
87 1850 Person Co., Drury Allen (69), Joannah (50), Frances (18), Roan (16), William G. (14), Virginia (10) and Melchader (?) 21 next door.

1860 Person Co., Wm G. (24), Martha (21) and Frances Peace (28) (his sister Frances?). Drury (80), Joanna (62), Melchiador (42) and Virginia (21) living next door.

1880 Person Co. Joanah Allen (82, MIL to HOH) living with daughter Virginia Montague and her family. 
Coleman, Joanna B. (I12264)
 
88 1850: Charles (M79) and Peggy (F60) Burton appear as heads of a family in District No 5 in Henderson Co, TN census, page 146. Children: Mana (F39-KY), James M. (M23-TN), Robert (M17-TN).

1860: Margaret Burton (F71) appear as head of a family in Civil District No 5-Jacks Creek in Henderson Co, TN census, page 213. Children: R. M. Burton (M28). Enumerated as owning real estate worth $1,250 and personal property worth $4,500. 
Spillman, Margaret "Peggy" (I3022)
 
89 1860 Census, Mt. Pleasant Township, Lawrence Co, MO, page 774.
Mayhew, Zach. M58 VA
Mary F51 SC
Samuel M. M25 KY
Lem. J. Burton (M26-TN) appears as a next door neighbor.
D. M. (M30-KY) and Frances (F26-KY) Mayhew appear on page 764. Enumerated as a school teacher.

Name: Drewry M Mayhew
Residence: Paradise, Illinois
Enlistment Date: 8 Aug 1862
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Illinois
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company B, Illinois 88th Infantry Regiment on 27 Aug 1862.
Mustered out on 25 Apr 1865.
Transferred to on 25 Apr 1865.
Sources: Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men

Name: Drewry Mayhew
Residence: Paradise, Illinois
Enlistment Date: 8 Aug 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: Illinois
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 8 August 1862.
Enlisted in Company B, 88th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 27 Aug 1862.
Transferred into Regiment U.S. Veteran Reserve Corps on 25 Apr 1865.
Transferred out of Company B, 88th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 25 Apr 1865.
Sources: 7

1880 Census, Precinct No. 2, Lamar Co, TX, page 063.
Mayhew, D. M. M50 KY/VA/KY
F. M. F47 KY/MD/VA
Mary J. F20 MO
Saml M. M14 IL
Jas C. M11 IL
Sarah E. F 9 MO
John W. M 7 TX
Dorinda E. F 4 KS

1900 Census, Durrant Town, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), page 290B.
Mayhew, Drewry M. M70 KY/VA/KY Merchany Grocer
Fannie F68 KY/MD/VA
John W. M27 TX
Dora E. F24 KS
Ida P. F12 TX grandaughter

1910 Census, Precinct #8, Fannin Co, TX, page 284.
Mayhew, D. M. M80 KY/VA/SC
Francis F78 KY/MD/VA 
Mayhew, Drewry M. (I5889)
 
90 1863 Will Bk 1, p. 37, Martha E. TUCKER, 24 June 1863. Two children, Martha E. F. and Kinchen Tucker, both under age. Executor, N.O. Burton. Witnesses: J. L. Cooper and M. F. Burditt [Martha was a daughter of N.O. Burton and Ara[bella] Burton; Kinchen Tucker was in their household in 1880 census] Burton, Martha E. (I1179)
 
91 1870 census and findagrave.com record a DOB of 1864. Grady, Ruth Catherine (I28046)
 
92 1870 census, Caswell Co., img. 42 of 48 on genealogy.com, Louisa's mother, Elizabeth Burton Knight, was living with her and her family. Knight, Louisa (I339)
 
93 1880 census, Caswell Co., Dan River Twp, img 20 of 43 on ancestry.com, Nannie BURTEN [sic] (52) is living with her children William (21), Bettie (16), Nannie (12) and Jimmie (13). This record is indexed as the enumerator spelled it. Noel died before this census was taken. I found the record using the index at familysearch.org. Sam “Nott” [Knott] was a laborer next door to this family in 1880. He married Bettie the next year. Thompson, Nancy "Nannie" E. (I21)
 
94 1880 census, Pittsylvania Co., living with Frances P. and Hickman. Profession was wheelwright. Baugh, Robert Samuel (I294)
 
95 19 Feb 1798 Guilford Co. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, p. 50
Ordered That William Russel Orphant of Robert Russel Decsd. Aged 14 years the 12th Day of August Last be bound to John Adams until he arives to full age and he is to give him Nine Months Schooling and Freedom Dues and to learn him the art and mistery of Joiner

21 Feb 1803 Guilford Co. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, p. 234:
Ordered that the Indenture binding Wm Russel to John Adams to Con__ [?] & of Effect— [William reached his full age in August of 1802 and thus the indenture was cancelled and of no effect in February of 1803. The transcriber left out the word "no."]

Notes from Carolyn Anderson:
[Hardin Co., TN] December 4, 1837: William Russell: Robert R. Russell appointed guardian of Hugh Russell, Alexander Russell, John Russell, James Russell, and Polly Russell, minor heirs of William Russell.

William Russell's children were: Robert R. Russell [grown at time of his father's death], Hugh, Alexander, John, James and Polly Russell minors. Another daughter possibly married at this time. 
Russell, William (I5740)
 
96 1900 census for Patrick County shows he was a farmer.

In the book “Tombstone Inscriptions of the Cemeteries of Patrick County, VA” by O. E. Pilson, there is a death date of 1905 for a William H. Stegall. His headstone is in a wooded area off Abram Penn Hwy in Patrick Springs, Virginia. However, on his daughter Callie Iomy Stegall’s birth certificate, her date of birth was given as September 6, 1904, and her father (William Harrison Stegall) was listed as deceased at the time of her birth, so William appears to have actually died in 1904 and not 1905. 
STEGALL, William Harrison (I1001)
 
97 1910 census, Roxboro, Person Co., img. 13 of 94 on ancestry.com. Leon is HOH, living with second wife, Mary Lou, as well as Laurie A. Clayton, 42 and Wiley Van B. Clayton, 13, Mary Lou's mother and brother. Leon's children Will and Clyde are not enumerated with them. Clayton, Mary Lou (I47)
 
98 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Edward K Burton
Home in 1930: Milton, Caswell, North Carolina
Age: 9
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1921
Relation to Head of House: Son
Father's Name: John W Burton
Mother's Name: Annie H Burton
Race: White
Household Members: Name Age
John W Burton 55
Annie H Burton 52
Maude C Burton 23
Jack W Burton 15
Ottay B Burton 14
Annie M Burton 12
Edward K Burton 9
Ellen E Burton 6
William Smith 45 
Burton, Edward K. "Ted" (I8292)
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I24838)
 
100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8413)
 

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