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Ola Culpepper

F, (March 1889 - )
FatherWilliam R. Culpepper (1855 - 1893)
MotherEvanda J. Pardue (Apr 1865 - 23 Aug 1952)
Birth*March 1889 Ola was born at Louisiana in March 1889. 
Marriage*10 December 1910 She married A. T. Holland at Claiborne Parish, Louisiana, on 10 December 1910 at age 21.1 
Married Name10 December 1910  As of 10 December 1910, her married name was Holland. 

Family

A. T. Holland (say 1887 - )
Last Edited8 April 2004

Citations

  1. Jordan Dodd / Liahona Research, compiler, Louisiana Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2000.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5228.htm
    Ola Culpepper and A. T. Holland, 10 Dec 1910, Claiborne Parish, LA, Book 13, Folio 022.

Baylor Culpepper

M, (3 November 1890 - July 1982)
FatherWilliam R. Culpepper (1855 - 1893)
MotherEvanda J. Pardue (Apr 1865 - 23 Aug 1952)
Birth*3 November 1890 Baylor was born at Claiborne Parish, Louisiana, on 3 November 1890.1 
Marriage*circa 1917 He married Gladys Nettie Moore at Louisiana circa 1917.2 
World War I*between 1917 and 1918 He served between 1917 and 1918. 
1920 Census* Baylor was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Homer, Claiborne Parish, Louisiana.3 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Baylor was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana.2 
Biography28 June 1974 Recently, a tall, stalwart man walked in our store and said to me, "I'm Baylor Culpepper from Shreveport." I said to him, "The only Baylor I ever knew was the late Mr. Baylor Ray." He replied "That man is my namesake."
     Baylor Culpepper has many relatives here in this area. Ora Leggett, Charles and Mary Beth Griffin, Dalton Smith, and all the late uncle Marion Davis' family.
     Baylor Culpepper was born in 1890 near New Hope, the son of Bill and Hannie (Padue) Culpepper. His father died when he was three years old. His mother moved to Claiborne parish. Life was a struggle, he worked hard in his early life. But God has been so good to him. He became a brilliant and very successful real estate dealer.
     Most of all, a true dedicated Christian man. For 50 years he has been a member of the First Baptist Church of Shreveport. Baylor has used his talents in the Lord's service. A man to love and appreciate. I never will forget him after he left my store. He visited New Hope Cemetery where his father was buried 80 years ago. From there he went to Ruston and purchased the finest peaches on earth.
     He said he would return the last of June for more peaches and hoped to see an article I promised to write.
     That's all folks. Why can't we all be like Mr. Baylor, making the world better wherever we go.4 
Death*July 1982 He died at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, in July 1982 at age 91.1 
Biography* When he signs his World War I draft registration card on 5 June 1917, Baylor Culpepper, age 26, is living in Oil City, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, where he is a rig builder for S.R. Zays & Company. Culpepper, who is single but supports his mother, is 6'2" tall, and slender, with blue eyes and blond hair.

In 1920, twenty-nine-year-old Gladys is living with her husband, oil-field rig-builder Baylor Culpepper in Homer, Claiborne Parish, Louisiana. Living with them are Ernest L. Moody, who shoes horses, and his wife, Ida.

In 1930, Gladys, proprietor of a family hotel, and Baylor Culpepper, a real estate agent, have four boarders: E. M. Ludlow, beauty parlor cosmetician; Bertha Wynne, dry goods saleslady; J. L. Wynne; and C. P. Garret, in Shreveport, Caddo Co., Louisiana. Baylor is a veteran of World War I. (Note: the occupations for Gladys and Baylor may have been reversed in this record; the enumerator started with Gladys, listing her as head of household and Baylor as husband, but crossed out those designations for wife and head, respectively.). 

Family

Gladys Nettie Moore (November 1886 - 7 March 1958)
Last Edited18 October 2008

Citations

  1. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 9-20, Sheet #11-A, Page 193, Line 87, 612 Travis St., Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA
    Hotel rented, Amount=$435, Radio=blank, Farm=No
    Gladys Culpeper, Head of Hotel (Wife), F, 39, M, md@27, IA/OH/IA, Keeper of Family Hotel
    B. Culpeper, Head of family (Husband), M, 39, M, md@27, LA/LA/LA, Agent, Real Estate, Vet=WW.
  3. ED 96, sheet 20, line 4.
  4. Ruston Daily Leader, Ruston, Louisiana.
    http://www.rustonleader.com/
    Friday, 28 June 1974, p. 9, Greenville News, by Mrs. Harold Griffin.

Luther Culpepper

M, (May 1893 - after 1952)
FatherWilliam R. Culpepper (1855 - 1893)
MotherEvanda J. Pardue (Apr 1865 - 23 Aug 1952)
Birth*May 1893 Luther was born in May 1893. 
1920 Census* Luther was listed as a son in Evanda J. Pardue's household on the 1920 Census at Caddo Parish, Louisiana.1 
Death*after 1952 He died at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, after 1952. 
Last Edited2 May 2000

Citations

  1. ED 36, sheet 11, line 4.

Billie Culpepper of Claiborne Parish, LA1

F, (March 1895 - )
MotherEvanda J. Pardue (Apr 1865 - 23 Aug 1952)
Birth*March 1895 Billie was born at Louisiana in March 1895. 
Marriage*12 December 1910 She married Jesse A. Slay at Claiborne Parish, Louisiana, on 12 December 1910 at age 15.2 
Married Name12 December 1910  As of 12 December 1910, her married name was Slay. 

Family

Jesse A. Slay (say 1889 - )
Last Edited28 November 2006

Citations

  1. The ancestry of this person is unknown. If you can help in identification of the parents or other relatives, please contact Warren Culpepper, using the link at the bottom of this page.
  2. Jordan Dodd / Liahona Research, compiler, Louisiana Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2000.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5228.htm
    Billy Culpepper and Jessie A. Slay, 12 Dec 1910, Claiborne Parish, LA, Book 12, Folio 205.

Tracy Culpepper of Claiborne Parish, LA1

M, (circa 1896 - )
MotherEvanda J. Pardue (Apr 1865 - 23 Aug 1952)
Birth*circa 1896 Tracy was born at Louisiana circa 1896. 
Last Edited28 November 2006

Citations

  1. The ancestry of this person is unknown. If you can help in identification of the parents or other relatives, please contact Warren Culpepper, using the link at the bottom of this page.

Grace Carter1

F, (18 August 1881 - April 1975)
FatherH. T. Carter1 (c 1856 - )
MotherLora (?)1 (c 1850 - )
Birth*18 August 1881 Grace was born at Eldora, Hardin Co., Iowa, on 18 August 1881.1,2,3 
Marriage*circa 1911 She married William Tell Culpepper at Louisiana circa 1911.1 
Married Namecirca 1911  As of circa 1911, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Grace was listed as William Tell Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana.1 
Death*April 1975 She died at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana, in April 1975 at age 93.2 

Family

William Tell Culpepper (circa 1872 - )
Children
Last Edited14 January 2007

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 1-20, Sheet #1-A, Page 1, Line 16, 512 Ave G, Crowley, Acadia Parish, LA
    Home owned, Value=$3000, Radio=No, Farm=No
    Wm. T. Culpepper, Head, M, 57, M, md@39, LA/GA/LA, Jeweler, Store
    Grace Culpepper, Wife, F, 48, M, md@30, IA/IN/VT, Not employed
    H. T. Carter, Father-in-law, M, 73, M, md@23, IN/NC/IN, Bookkeeper in jewelry store
    Lora Carter, Mother-in-law, F, 79, M, md@29, VT/VT/VT
    Wyrt Culpepper, Son, M, 17, S, LA/LA/IA
    Lora French Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, LA/LA/IA.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. New Orleans Passenger Lists, 1820-1945, Online database at Ancestry.com.
    On the S.S. Sixola, sailing from Cristobal, C.Z. 3 Jul 1937, arriving at port of New Orleans, 12 Jul 1937: Grace Carter Culpepper, age 55, Female, Married, born 18 Aug 1881 in Eldora, Iowa, and residing in Crowley, LA, and Lora French Culpepper, age 22, Female, Single, born 18 Nov 1914 in Crowley, LA, and residing in Crowley, LA.

Wirt Culpepper

M, (6 July 1912 - January 1983)
FatherWilliam Tell Culpepper (c 1872 - )
MotherGrace Carter (18 Aug 1881 - Apr 1975)
Birth*6 July 1912 Wirt was born at Louisiana on 6 July 1912.1,2 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Wirt was listed as a son in William Tell Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana.1 
Marriage*say 1939 He married Florence Norby say 1939.3 
Death*January 1983 He died at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana, in January 1983 at age 70.2 

Family

Florence Norby (between 1917 and 1918 - 14 June 2005)
Children
Last Edited19 December 2008

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 1-20, Sheet #1-A, Page 1, Line 16, 512 Ave G, Crowley, Acadia Parish, LA
    Home owned, Value=$3000, Radio=No, Farm=No
    Wm. T. Culpepper, Head, M, 57, M, md@39, LA/GA/LA, Jeweler, Store
    Grace Culpepper, Wife, F, 48, M, md@30, IA/IN/VT, Not employed
    H. T. Carter, Father-in-law, M, 73, M, md@23, IN/NC/IN, Bookkeeper in jewelry store
    Lora Carter, Mother-in-law, F, 79, M, md@29, VT/VT/VT
    Wyrt Culpepper, Son, M, 17, S, LA/LA/IA
    Lora French Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, LA/LA/IA.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. The Crowley Post-Signal, Crowley, Louisiana.
    www.crowleypostsignal.com
    Obituary of Florence Norby Culpepper, published 16 Jun 2005.

Lora French Culpepper

F, (18 November 1914 - 4 November 2005)
FatherWilliam Tell Culpepper (c 1872 - )
MotherGrace Carter (18 Aug 1881 - Apr 1975)
Birth9 November 1914 She was born on 9 November 1914.1 
Birth*18 November 1914 Lora was born at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana, on 18 November 1914.2,3 
(Daughter) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Lora was listed as a daughter in William Tell Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana.2 
Married Namesay 1940  As of say 1940, her married name was Washburn.4 
Marriage*say 1940 She married Dan Dickman Washburn say 1940. Lora French Culpepper and Dan Dickman Washburn are the parents of Susan Grace Washburn, Female, born __ 1941 in Jefferson Co., Texas.4 
Residence1941 Dan and Lora resided at Jefferson Co., Texas, in 1941.4 
SSN*between 1955 and 1956 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1955 and 1956 in New Jersey.1 
Married Namesay 1975  As of say 1975, her married name was Ruess. 
Marriage*say 1975 She married E. F. Ruess say 1975. 
Residence*January 2002 Lora resided at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana, in January 2002. 
Death*4 November 2005 She died at Crowley, Acadia Parish, Louisiana, on 4 November 2005 at age 90.1 

Family 1

Dan Dickman Washburn (23 February 1913 - February 1987)

Family 2

E. F. Ruess (10 April 1905 - 7 May 1990)
Last Edited14 January 2007

Citations

  1. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 1-20, Sheet #1-A, Page 1, Line 16, 512 Ave G, Crowley, Acadia Parish, LA
    Home owned, Value=$3000, Radio=No, Farm=No
    Wm. T. Culpepper, Head, M, 57, M, md@39, LA/GA/LA, Jeweler, Store
    Grace Culpepper, Wife, F, 48, M, md@30, IA/IN/VT, Not employed
    H. T. Carter, Father-in-law, M, 73, M, md@23, IN/NC/IN, Bookkeeper in jewelry store
    Lora Carter, Mother-in-law, F, 79, M, md@29, VT/VT/VT
    Wyrt Culpepper, Son, M, 17, S, LA/LA/IA
    Lora French Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, LA/LA/IA.
  3. New Orleans Passenger Lists, 1820-1945, Online database at Ancestry.com.
    On the S.S. Sixola, sailing from Cristobal, C.Z. 3 Jul 1937, arriving at port of New Orleans, 12 Jul 1937: Grace Carter Culpepper, age 55, Female, Married, born 18 Aug 1881 in Eldora, Iowa, and residing in Crowley, LA, and Lora French Culpepper, age 22, Female, Single, born 18 Nov 1914 in Crowley, LA, and residing in Crowley, LA.
  4. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    Lora French Culpepper and Dan Dickman Washburn are the parents of Susan Grace Washburn, Female, born __ 1941 in Jefferson Co., Texas.

Tabitha Young1

F, (say 1720 - circa 1784)
FatherEdward Young (c 1700 - )
Birth*say 1720 Tabitha was born at Virginia say 1720. 
Marriage*say 1753 She married Capt. Lewis Davis at Edgecombe Co., North Carolina, say 1753. 
Married Namesay 1753  As of say 1753, her married name was Davis. 
Death*circa 1784 She died at Nash Co., North Carolina, circa 1784. 

Family

Capt. Lewis Davis (circa 1716 - 1779)
Last Edited5 October 1999

Citations

  1. Richard Dietz records.
    http://www.gwest.org/

Capt. Lewis Davis1

M, (circa 1716 - 1779)
FatherJohn Davis of Isle of Wight VA (c 1693 - 1750)
MotherAnn Drew (c 1696 - a 1771)
Birth*circa 1716 Lewis was born at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, circa 1716. 
Marriage*say 1753 He married Tabitha Young at Edgecombe Co., North Carolina, say 1753. 
Death*1779 He died at Nash Co., North Carolina, in 1779. 

Family

Tabitha Young (say 1720 - circa 1784)
Last Edited14 September 2002

Citations

  1. Richard Dietz records.
    http://www.gwest.org/

John Davis of Isle of Wight VA1

M, (circa 1693 - 1750)
Birth*circa 1693 John was born at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, circa 1693. 
Marriage*say 1714 He married Ann Drew at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, say 1714. 
Death*1750 He died at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, in 1750. 

Family

Ann Drew (circa 1696 - after 1771)
Child
Last Edited5 October 1999

Citations

  1. Richard Dietz records.
    http://www.gwest.org/

Ann Drew1

F, (circa 1696 - after 1771)
Birth*circa 1696 Ann was born at Surry Co., Virginia, circa 1696. 
Marriage*say 1714 She married John Davis of Isle of Wight VA at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, say 1714. 
Married Namesay 1714  As of say 1714, her married name was Davis. 
Death*after 1771 She died at Surry Co., Virginia, after 1771. 

Family

John Davis of Isle of Wight VA (circa 1693 - 1750)
Child
Last Edited5 October 1999

Citations

  1. Richard Dietz records.
    http://www.gwest.org/

Thomas Young

M, (before 1635 - )
Birth*before 1635 Thomas was born before 1635. 
Biography* That Thomas Young was the father of the children listed is highly speculative.
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THOMAS YOUNGE, 250 acs. James City Co., 15 Jan. 1657, p. 168, (250). On N. side of James Riv. & E. side of Chichohominy Riv., N. on land formerly Mr. James & now in possession of John Knight, E. on Pagan Cr., S. towards Thomas Harvyes land & Wly. on Capt. Bennett Freeman's land formerly Col. Bridges Freeman's. Trans. of 5 pers: Isabell Neale, Hen. Shiply, Jno. Cobb, Martha Homes. Renewed 18 Mar. 1662. 1
     
JOHN KNIGHT, 300 acs. James City Co., 20 Mar. 1657, p. 167, (248). On N. side of James Riv. & S. E. side of Chichohominy, beg. on the head of a path leading to Capt. Bennett Freeman & Edward Harrison, N. to THOMAS YOUNG, to Delonies marked trees, thence to Sir William Berkelyes &c. Trans. of 6 pers. 1
     
     
THOMAS CHRISTIAN, 100 acs. more or less, James Citty Co., 18 Mar. 1662, P. 77, (549). On N. side of the James & E. side of Chickahominy Riv., upon marked trees of THOMAS YOUNG & on the Island Cr. (15 Jan. 1657). 2
     
Richard Bennett, 430 acres, James City Co., on the East side of the
Chickahominy River adjoyning on Pagan Creeke bounded (Vizt.) from a gum the head of Botton of Crosse Creeke South .. to a corner Spanish Oake by Winters North ... to Warbertons corner saplins and along his Lyne South ... to Pagan Creek Swamp and over the said Swamp and downe the Southerly side of the said Swamp and Creeke to the mouth of Crosse Creeke and up it to the first mentioned gum.     250 acres of the said Land being formerly granted unto THOMAS YOUNG by Pattent, 5 Jan. 1658, and renewed in his Majesties name, 18 Mar. 1662, sold by the sd. Thomas Young unto Andrew Godian by deed, 6 June 1679, who dyed, found to Escheat., by Inquisition recorded by Col. John John Page Escheator Generall of Jas. City Co., 14 Oct. 1685 granted to Richard Bennett ... 27 April 1686.
John Elock, Thomas Griffin, David Lacy, Wm. Knowles.
3 

Family

Children
ChartsGillespie Ancestry
Last Edited6 October 1999

Citations

  1. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. I, p. 364, from Patent Book 4
  2. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. I, p. 420, from Patent Book 4
  3. James City County, Virginia 1634-1904, by the Rev. Lindsay O. Duval, page 64, part of Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Series 2, Volume 4, 1957

John Young

M, (say 1658 - )
FatherThomas Young (b 1635 - )
Note* See Index to Wills and Estate Settlements Commencing 1608, Williamsburg, James City, York County, Virginia, LDS Library call no. 975.542 P2g. 
Birth*say 1658 John was born say 1658. 
Will*1719 He made a will at James City Co., Virginia, in 1719.1 
Biography* That John Young was the father of Francis and Edward Young is highly speculative.
     
      John witnessed the deed of John Jarrett in 1699:
     
     I John Jarrett of James Citty in ye County of James Citty. Gent: ...
paid by John Howard of ye same place & County ... sell unto ye sd.
John Howard 28 and one-half Acres, beginning on James River at ye head of a great Slash Issuing into the back river & down ye sd. Slash Ea: one-half point to ye back river marsh & up ye same to a marked Persimon tree under block hill point thence under ye sd. hill west 6 cha: to James River and down ye sd. river to ye first mentioned Slash including 8 Acres, 43 cha: to ye land formerly belonging to Rich'd James and along it South 23 cha: to a branch of Pitch & Tarr Swamp thence up ye sd. branch to James River and up ye River to ye first mentioned place it began which land (saving and excepting two Acres of Land or thereabouts is lately in ye possession of ffrancis Bullivant which was formerly leased unto John Hopkins for
their lives, by Wm. Sherwood Gent: late deceased) was given and granted unto ye sd. John Jarrett by deed 30 Dec. 1693 by ye sd. Dec'd relacon... 9 Feb . 1699     . Sealed & Signed Jn. Jarrett.
Wit.: JOHN YOUNG, Rec. Court, James City Co., 6 May 1700.
Test C: C: Thacker Cl Cur.
2
     
JOHN YOUNG, 376 acs., James City Co., 20 Apr. 1694, p. 324. Beg. at Mr. Robert Sorrell & Mathew Collins; near a br. of Warrany; on W. side of old Rockahock Path, &c. Granted James Bray & Thomas Hancock, 18 Apr. 1671, deserted, & now granted by order, &c. Imp. of 8 pers: James Pollard, Thoms Graves, Tho. Falk, Jane Falk, John Jones, Samuel Jones, Marry Sorrell, Sarah Hannot. 3 

Family

Children
ChartsGillespie Ancestry
Last Edited23 June 2002

Citations

  1. YOW No. 15, p. 540.
  2. James City County, Virginia 1634 - 1904, by the Rev. Lindsay O. Duval, 1957, page 23; part of Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Series 2, Volume 4, 1957
  3. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. II, page 387, from Patent Book 8

Alexander Young

M, (say 1660 - )
FatherThomas Young (b 1635 - )
Birth*say 1660 Alexander was born say 1660. 
Will*1701 He made a will at James City Co., Virginia, in 1701. 
Biography* ALEXANDER YOUNG, of York Co., 188 acs. in James City Co., near Wilmington lower Church; adj. James Hood; 21 Apr. 1695, p. 433. Purchased from John Major, 8 Apr. 1689, to whom it was bequeathed by Robert Morgan, son & heire of William Morgan., to whom with other lands it was granted [by Patent, 21 Apr 1695]. Note: This patent hath a mistake in it & is therefore recorded in the next leaf according to the Originall. R.B.,C.G.C. (Robert Beverley, Cl. Gen. Court.)
     
      ALEXANDER YOUNG, of Yorke Co., 188 acs., James City Co., near Wilmington Lower Cburch: from James Wood's corner; along Morgan's land; along Fishe's land, &c. Note: Same as abstract
second above.) 1.
 
Last Edited23 February 2002

Citations

  1. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. II, p. 401, Patent Book 8

Thomas Young

M, (before 1688 - )
FatherJohn Young (s 1658 - )
Birth*before 1688 Thomas was born before 1688. 
Biography* THOMAS YOUNG was on the Quit Rent Roll of Virginia 1704/05 in James City County, VA.
     

THOMAS YOUNG, 356 acs. (0ld Land), James City Co, N. side of James River; adj. Nicholas Moyser; Mr. Wm. Blaikley; John Watson; & Thomas Denkins; 16 June 1714, p. 159. Part of 5OO acs. granted Thomas Swan, Esqr., 18 Dec. 1668, & by several conveyances become the inheritance of sd. Young. 1

And another version of the same:

THOMAS YOUNG, 356 acres, North side of James River, James City County, and bounded as followeth, to wit, beginning at a corner hickory upon the River, dividing this from the land of Richard Moyses and thence along the Line of Nicholas Moyses and Mr. Blaikley North ... to Mr. Blaikley's his corner red oak thence upon the same course ... to John Watson's corner stake thence on this same course ... to John Watson's corner stake thence on the same course ... thence down the River along an old line dividing this from Thomas Denkin's South ... thence along the River to the place begun: The sd. land being part of a patent formerly granted to Thomas Swan Esq. for 500 acres, 18 Dec 1668, and by several [one word illegible] and conveyances is become the inheritance of the sd. Thomas Young, 16 June 1714. 2
     
THOMAS YOUNG, 372 acs. (Escheated Land), James City Co., in Wallingford Parish on N. side of James Riv; upon the drein of the Long Thickett; adj. John Harvey; Mr. Lightfoot; THOMAS ELLERBIE; Mr. Blackley; & Young's land (formerly Rumbal's); 16 June 1714, p. 169. Escheated from Richd. Lamb, dec'd., for 300 acs., by inquisition under Philip Ludwell, Esqr., Esch'r; upon survey returned to Secretary's Office by Simon Jefferys, Surveyor of said Co., 30 Mar. 1710, sd. tract found to contain 372 acs; now granted, &c. 2 Lbs. Tobacco, &c. 3
     
And another version:
     
Inquisition, James City County, 8 Dec 1709, 300 acres of Land lying and being in the parish of Wallingford in the said County ... Escheated ... Whereas THOMAS YOUNG hath made humble suit ... Survey ... by Simon Jeffreys Surveyor of the said County, 30 March 1710 is found to contain 372 acres ... granted ... unto the sd. THOMAS YOUNG ... on the North side River ... bounded as followeth, to wit, at a great corner pine upon the [one word illegible] of the long Thicket and running down the same ... thence upon John Hawby's land ... to a corner white oake thence on Mr. Lightfoot's line South ... to a corner pine thence on thomas Ellerby's head line North ... to his corner red oak thence on Mr. Blaikley's line of new marked trees north ... to the corner red oak in Young's line (formerly Rumbal's) thence north ... to a stake thence North ... on Watson's new line ... to the place began at ... 16 Jun 1714. 4

EDWARD ELLERBY, 100 acs., James City Co., 16 Apr. 1683, p. 264. From James Riv., along line of Mrs. Nowell, &c. Part of 600 acs. granted William Haveat, 20 Oct, 1661, who bequeathed to William Strong, 26 Aug. 1663, who sold sd. 100 acs. to Stephen Butts, 8 Oct. 1675, who sold to sd. Ellerby, 17 Sept. 1677. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. II, p. 258, from Patent Book 7.

 
Last Edited6 October 1999

Citations

  1. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. III, p. 149, from Patent Book 10
  2. James City County, Virginia 1634 - 1904, by the Rev. Lindsay O. Duval, 1957, page 87; part of Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Series 2, Volume 4, 1957
  3. Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. III, p. 152, from Patent Book 10
  4. James City County, Virginia 1634 - 1904, by the Rev. Lindsay O. Duval, 1957; part of Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Series 2, Volume 4, 1957