David Anderson1

M, #92851, b. 1698, d. before 4 September 1735
FatherDavid Anderson1 d. c 1716
MotherSusannah Pamunkey1 b. 1643, d. a 7 Mar 1722
Last Edited23 Sep 2019
     David Anderson was born in 1698 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA.1
David Anderson was buried before 4 September 1735 at Burial location unknown

; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     1698, Hanover County, Virginia, USA
     DEATH     1735 (aged 36–37), King William County, Virginia, USA
     Son of David Anderson, (d.abt.1716), and Susanna (Swann) Dabney Anderson, (ca.1662 - 1724). Half brother to Cornelius Dabney Jr. and Mary (Dabney) Carr, and brother or half brother to Ruth (Dabney or Anderson?) Trice. Died before Sept.4,1735, by which date guardians had been appointed for his orphan son Robert.
     Family Members
     Parents
      Susannah Pamunkey Dabney (D'Aubigne) 1643–1724
     Siblings
      George Dabney 1669–1734
      Cornelius Dabney 1675–1765
      Mary Dabney Winston 1679–1748
      Dorothy Dabney Anderson 1683–1742
      Mary Dabney Carr 1685–1748
     Children
      Robert Anderson 1725–1781
     BURIAL     Unknown
     Created by: Renae
     Added: 8 Aug 2016
     Find A Grave Memorial 167923481.1
David Anderson died before 4 September 1735 at King William Co., Virginia, USA; Date on which an guardian had been appointed for his orphan son, Robert.1

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 23 September 2019), memorial page for David Anderson (1698–1735), Find A Grave Memorial no. 158435065, ; Maintained by NL Nuttall (contributor 47439947) Unknown, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/158435065/david-anderson. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

David Anderson1

M, #92852, d. circa 1716
Last Edited23 Sep 2019
     David Anderson died circa 1716.1

Family

Susannah Pamunkey b. 1643, d. a 7 Mar 1722
Child

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 23 September 2019), memorial page for David Anderson (1698–1735), Find A Grave Memorial no. 158435065, ; Maintained by NL Nuttall (contributor 47439947) Unknown, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/158435065/david-anderson. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

Robert Crawford1

M, #92853, b. 1764, d. 16 August 1822
FatherJoel Crawford1 b. 16 Oct 1736, d. 13 Oct 1788
MotherElizabeth Frances "Fanny" Harris1 b. 6 Jun 1746, d. May 1814
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Robert Crawford was born in 1764 at Amherst Co., Virginia, USA.1 He married Elizaeth "Betsy" Maxwell on 26 December 1786 at Richmond Co., Georgia, USA.2
Robert Crawford died on 16 August 1822 at Columbia Co., Georgia, USA.1
Robert Crawford was buried after 16 August 1822 at Crawford Family Cemetery, Appling, Columbia Co., Georgia, USA,

; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     1764, Amherst County, Virginia, USA
     DEATH     16 Aug 1822 (aged 57–58), Columbia County, Georgia, USA
     Robert married Elizabeth Maxwell on December 26, 1786 at Richmond County, Georgia. His parents were Joel Crawford and Elizabeth Frances "Fanny" Harris.
     Children:
     ---Frances Crawford........... B. 4/18/1788
     ---David Maxwell Crawford...B. 2/6/1790
     ---Elizabeth Crawford..........B. 3/25/1792
     ---Joel Crawford................ B. 4/9/1794
     ---Mary Crawford.............. B. 3/11/1796
     ---Nathaniel Crawford.........B.5/20/1798
     ---Edward Maxwell Crawford..B.2/11/1800
     ---William Crawford............B. 3/7/1803
     ---Charles A. Crawford........B. 9/6/1806
     ---Anna Crawford...............B. 3/4/1809
     Note: Names and birthdates of children from Bible records of Crawford-Walker Bible in Book: Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters of Daughters of the American Revolution, online at ancestry.com.
     Abstract of Robert Crawford's Will, Columbia County, GA, written and signed by him on September 30, 1820. Probated: February 18, 1823. Sons, Nathan and Edward swore in open court on December 18, 1822: "this writing contains the true last Will of the within named Robert Crawford, deceased"
     Wife, Elizabeth was given any furniture she wanted, horses, hogs, cows and calves she wanted.
     Eight children were given each 1/8 of the property that had not been claimed by wife, plus some money in different amounts. Children named were: David M., Joel, Nathan Wm. H., Charles A., Edward M., Polly (Mary) Walker and Anne.
     He wanted all property sold after the death of wife and divided into 9 parts with children, Anne and Charles getting 3 of the 9 parts.
     Robert named three of his sons as his Executors: David M. Crawford, Nathan Crawford and Edward M. Crawford.
     Note: Since daughters, Frances and Elizabeth were not named in the Will, it is assumed they had already died.
     To see Robert's Will: go to familysearch.org., click on search and scroll to bottom of page and click on United States, then in column to left, click on Georgia. Then go to Georgia Probate 1743-1975 and then click on Columbia County. Then click on Wills, 1789-1939, Crawford, C.-Hunt, M. It begins at image 16 of 661.
     Family Members
     Parents
      Joel Crawford 1736–1788
      Elizabeth Frances Harris Crawford 1746–1814
     Spouse
      Elizabeth Maxwell Crawford 1767–1849
     Siblings
      Nathan Crawford 1768–1789
      William Harris Crawford 1772–1834
     Children
      Nathan Crawford 1798–1870
     BURIAL     Crawford Family Cemetery, Appling, Columbia County, Georgia, USA
     Created by: R.J.
     Added: 10 Jun 2013
     Find A Grave Memorial 112105453.1

His estate was probated circa 31 December 1822
; Image of annoucement of Executors' Sale from Find A Grave memorial attached.1

Family

Elizaeth "Betsy" Maxwell b. 23 Nov 1767, d. Jun 1849

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 25 September 2019), memorial page for Robert Crawford (1764–16 Aug 1822), Find A Grave Memorial no. 112105453, citing Crawford Family Cemetery, Appling, Columbia County, Georgia, USA ; Maintained by R.J. (contributor 47105364), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112105453/robert-crawford. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 25 September 2019), memorial page for Elizabeth “Betsy” Maxwell Crawford (23 Nov 1767–Jun 1849), Find A Grave Memorial no. 112231236, citing Crawford Family Cemetery, Appling, Columbia County, Georgia, USA ; Maintained by R.J. (contributor 47105364), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112231236/elizabeth-crawford

Unknown (?)1

F, #92854, d. 1728
Last Edited23 Sep 2019
     Unknown (?) married Capt. John Geddes;
Her 1st husband.1 Unknown (?) married John Syme after 1719;
His 1st wife; her 2nd husband.1
Unknown (?) died in 1728; no children.1

Family 1

Capt. John Geddes

Family 2

John Syme b. 1690, d. 1732

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 23 September 2019), memorial page for John Syme, I (1690–1732), Find A Grave Memorial no. 143636374, citing Studley Plantation Cemetery, Studley, Hanover County, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Wm. Winston Cochrane IV (contributor 47602204) Non-Cemetery Burial, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/143636374/john-syme. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

William Coles1

M, #92856
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     William Coles married Lucy Winston, daughter of Isaac Winston Sr. and Sarah Dabney, after 1738;
Her 2nd husband. Her 1st husband d. in 1738.1,2

Family

Lucy Winston b. 1703, d. 1791
Child

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 23 September 2019), memorial page for Lucy Dabney Winston Coles (1703–1791), Find A Grave Memorial no. 56809745, ; Maintained by Find A Grave (contributor 8) Unknown, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/56809745/lucy-dabney-coles. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Lucy Winston: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I80&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2019), memorial page for Mary Winston Coles Payne (14 Oct 1743–8 Feb 1807), Find A Grave Memorial no. 8253476, citing Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Steve Corley (contributor 46535090), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8253476/mary-winston-payne

Mary Payne1

F, #92857, b. 1781, d. 13 February 1808
FatherJohn Parish Payne1 b. 9 Feb 1740, d. 24 Oct 1792
MotherMary Winston Coles1 b. 14 Oct 1743, d. 8 Feb 1807
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Mary Payne was born in 1781 at Virginia, USA.1 She married John George Jackson before 1805; According to theri Find A Grave memorials, their only child listed, Mary, was born in 1805.2
Mary Payne died on 13 February 1808 at Clarksburg, Harrison Co., West Virginia, USA.1
Mary Payne was buried after 13 February 1808 at Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison Co., West Virginia, USA,

; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     1781, Virginia, USA
     DEATH     13 Feb 1808 (aged 26–27), Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
     She was the first wife of Judge John G. Jackson. Her husband was a U.S. Congressman and later became a Federal Judge. They were married in October of 1800, probably at Montpelier (home of President James Madison). She was a sister to First Lady Dorothy "Dolly" Madison, the wife of President James Madison. She died of TB at the age of 27 years, 2 months. Her husband's entry on FindaGrave.com is under "Old" Jackson Cemetery, Harrison County, W.Va. West Virginia Highway Historical Marker number MC-103's inscription reads: "In this cemetery lie buried members of the Stonewall Jackson family: his father Jonathan, a sister Elizabeth, his great grandparents John Jackson and wife Elizabeth Cummings. Buried here also are Mrs. Mary Payne Jackson and Mrs. Mary Coles Payne, sister and mother of Dorothy (Dolly) Madison, wife of President James Madison. Some Civil War soldiers lie buried in this place; called Jackson Park." Historic Jackson Cemetery is located on WV 20 (East Pike Street), near junction with US 50, Clarksburg.
     Family Members
     Parents
      John Parish Payne 1740–1792
      Mary Winston Coles Payne 1743–1807
     Spouse
      John George Jackson 1777–1825
     Siblings
      Lydia Payne Chilcott 1761–1844
      Dolley Madison 1768–1849
      Lucy Ann Payne Washington Todd 1769–1846
      Anna Payne Cutts 1779–1832
      John Coles Payne 1782–1860
     Children
      Mary Elizabeth Payne Jackson Allen 1805–1881
     BURIAL     Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
     Created by: Steve Corley
     Added: 9 Jan 2004
     Find A Grave Memorial 8253338.1

Family

John George Jackson b. 22 Sep 1777, d. 28 Mar 1825

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2019), memorial page for Mary Payne Jackson (1781–13 Feb 1808), Find A Grave Memorial no. 8253338, citing Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Steve Corley (contributor 46535090), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8253338/mary-jackson. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2019), memorial page for John George Jackson (22 Sep 1777–28 Mar 1825), Find A Grave Memorial no. 7614173, citing Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/7614173/john-george-jackson

Mary Sophia Meigs1

F, #92858, b. 1 January 1793, d. 4 February 1863
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Mary Sophia Meigs was born on 1 January 1793 at Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio, USA.1 She married John George Jackson in 1808;
His 2nd wife. His 1st wife d. 1808.1
Mary Sophia Meigs died on 4 February 1863 at Virginia, USA, at age 70.1
Mary Sophia Meigs was buried after 4 February 1863 at Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison Co., West Virginia, USA,

; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     1 Jan 1793, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio, USA
     DEATH     4 Feb 1863 (aged 70), Virginia, USA
     She was the daughter of Governor R. J. Meigs of Ohio. She was the beloved wife of Judge John George Jackson. Her husband served as a U.S. Congressman and later as a Federal Judge. Her husband's entry on FindaGrave.com is under "Old" Jackson Cemetery, Harrison County, W.Va. West Virginia Highway Historical Marker number MC-103's inscription reads: "In this cemetery lie buried members of the Stonewall Jackson family: his father Jonathan, a sister Elizabeth, his great grandparents John Jackson and wife Elizabeth Cummings. Buried here also are Mrs. Mary Payne Jackson and Mrs. Mary Coles Payne, sister and mother of Dorothy (Dolly) Madison, wife of President James Madison. Some Civil War soldiers lie buried in this place; called Jackson Park." Historic Jackson Cemetery is located on WV 20 (East Pike Street), near junction with US 50, Clarksburg.
     Family Members
     Parents
      Return Jonathan Meigs 1764–1825
      Sophia Wright Meigs unknown–1838
     Spouse
      John George Jackson 1777–1825
     Children
      James Madison Jackson 1818–1871
     BURIAL     Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
     Created by: Steve Corley
     Added: 9 Jan 2004
     Find A Grave Memorial 8253062.1

Family

John George Jackson b. 22 Sep 1777, d. 28 Mar 1825

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2019), memorial page for Mary Sophia Meigs Jackson (1 Jan 1793–4 Feb 1863), Find A Grave Memorial no. 8253062, citing Jackson Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Steve Corley (contributor 46535090), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8253062/mary-sophia-jackson. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

Mary Ann Winston1

F, #92859, b. 1721, d. 24 October 1758
FatherIsaac Winston Sr.1,3 b. c 1680, d. bt 6 Feb 1760 - 6 Mar 1760
MotherSarah Dabney2,3 b. c 1678, d. b 1732
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Mary Ann Winston was born in 1721 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA.1 She married Maj. John Coles circa 1738.4
Mary Ann Winston died on 24 October 1758.1
Mary Ann Winston was buried after 24 October 1758 at St. John's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA,

; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     1721, Hanover County, Virginia, USA
     DEATH     24 Oct 1758 (aged 36–37)
     Family Members
     Parents
      Isaac Winston 1681–1760
      Mary Dabney Winston 1679–1748
     Spouse
      John Coles 1706–1747 (m. 1740)
     Siblings
      Sarah Dabney Winston Henry 1710–1784
     Half Siblings
      Lucy Dabney Winston Coles 1703–1791
     Children
      Walter Coles 1739–1780
      Sarah Coles Muter 1741–1778
      Mary Coles Tucker 1743–1823
      John Coles 1745–1808
      Isaac Coles 1747–1813
     BURIAL     St. John's Episcopal Churchyard, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA
     PLOT     Possibly Buried here?
     Maintained by: Jim Hutcheson (James Sterling H. Jr.)
     Originally Created by: P Fazzini
     Added: 4 Sep 2010
     Find A Grave Memorial 58154834
     SPONSORED BY Jim Hutcheson (James Sterling H. Jr.)1

Family

Maj. John Coles b. 1706, d. 16 Oct 1747

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2019), memorial page for Mary Ann Winston Coles (1721–24 Oct 1758), Find A Grave Memorial no. 58154834, citing St. John's Episcopal Churchyard, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Jim Hutcheson (James Sterling H. Jr.) (contributor 47005828), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/58154834/mary-ann-coles. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I109&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  3. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 434. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.
  4. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2019), memorial page for Maj John Coles (1706–16 Oct 1747), Find A Grave Memorial no. 58154127, citing St. John's Episcopal Churchyard, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Jim Hutcheson (James Sterling H. Jr.) (contributor 47005828), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/58154127/john-coles

Isaac Winston Jr.1

M, #92860, b. between 1710 and 1715, d. 1766
FatherIsaac Winston Sr.1,2 b. c 1680, d. bt 6 Feb 1760 - 6 Mar 1760
MotherSarah Dabney1,2 b. c 1678, d. b 1732
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Isaac Winston Jr. was born between 1710 and 1715 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: The Winstons of Hanover County, Virginia, and Related Families, Alfred Sumner Winston III (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1992), pp. 115, 117.3 He married Mary Ann Fontaine circa 1740;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: The Winstons of Hanover County, Virginia, and Related Families, Alfred Sumner Winston III (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1992), p. 118.3,2
Isaac Winston Jr. died in 1766 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA.3
     ;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA:
     "Isaac Winston Jr. was born to Isaac Winston Sr. and Sarah (Dabney) Winston about 1710-1720 in Hanover County, Virginia.
     "He married Mary Ann Fontaine about 1740. She was a daughter of the Rev. Peter and Elizabeth (Fourneau) Fontaine. They had three sons, Peter, Isaac, and William, and two daughters, Lucy and Mary Ann. The sons were mentioned in Isaac’s will, but not the two daughters, suggesting that they may have died before the will was written in 1766.
     "He lived on a farm called “Half Sink” in Henrico County from about 1740 until his death. In 1756, he was commissioned a major in the county militia. Letters quoted in Alfred Sumner Winston’s The Winstons of Hanover County, Virginia, and Related Families, 1666-1992 indicate that he was both prosperous and generous to relatives. He was elected to the vestry of Henrico Parish in 1751, but declined to serve, perhaps because he was a religious dissenter from the established church. He was appointed an executor of the will of his father, Isaac Winston Sr., who died in 1760. In the course of the estate’s affairs, he hired the services of his nephew, Patrick Henry, then a young man. He died in 1766 and his will was signed and proved in that year. [2, 5, 6]
Dabney Family of Early VA cites:
     1. Winston of Virginia and Allied Families, Clayton Torrence (Richmond, VA: Whittet & Shepperson, 1927).
     2. The Winstons of Hanover County, Virginia, and Related Families, Alfred Sumner Winston III (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1992), pp. 117-120.3

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I109&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 434. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.
  3. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Isaac Winston, Jr.: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I716&tree=Dabney

Benjamin Dabney1

M, #92861, b. before 1684, d. before March 1722
FatherCornelius (I) Dabney1 b. 11 Dec 1631, d. 19 Apr 1694
MotherSusannah Pamunkey1 b. 1643, d. a 7 Mar 1722
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Benjamin Dabney was born before 1684 at New Kent Co., Virginia, USA;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "If Benjamin was at least 21 when he was listed in the 1704 quit-rent list, he must have been born before1684."1
Benjamin Dabney died before March 1722 at King William Co., Virginia, USA;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "7 Mar 1722, will of Susannah Anderson, widow of Cornelius Dabney I and probable mother of Benjamin did not mention him indicating that he was probably deceased." Cites: Hanover County, Virginia, Will Book 1, FHL Film 31994. 262.1
     ;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "Known only from two records:1) listed in 1704 Quit Rent Roll for King William County with 200 acres, 2) mentioned in 1725 as an adjoiner of a patent in King William County."
     "It is likely that Benjamin Dabney was born to Cornelius and Susanna Dabney ca 1682, but there is no direct evidence that he was their child. They are his most likely parents because there are no other documented Dabneys in Virginia early enough to have been his parents.
Benjamin is known from only two records. both of which are official and therefore reliable:1) he was listed in the 1704 Quit Rent Roll for King William County with 200 acres, 2) he was mentioned in a 1725 patent as an adjoiner of a tract in King William County. Since he was not mentioned in his likely mother Susannah’s will in 1722, he probably died before then, but could have been mentioned in the patent if his estate continued to exist for the support of his wife and children, who are unknown."
Dabney Family of Early VA cites:
     1. The Planters of Colonial Virginia, Thomas J. Wertenbaker (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1922), p. 223.
     2. Patent to John Thomas, 75 acres, 17 Aug 1725, Patent Book 12, p. 249; abstract in Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 3, Nell Marion Nugent (Richmond, VA: Library of Virginia, 2004), p. 286.1

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Benjamin Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I545&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.

Elizabeth Dabney1

F, #92862, b. circa 1684, d. 4 April 1688
FatherCornelius (I) Dabney1,2 b. 11 Dec 1631, d. 19 Apr 1694
MotherSusannah Pamunkey1,3 b. 1643, d. a 7 Mar 1722
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Elizabeth Dabney was born circa 1684 at New Kent Co., Virginia, USA.1
Elizabeth Dabney died on 4 April 1688;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: Vestry Book and Register of St. Peter’s Parish, 1684-1786, C. G. Chamberlayne (Richmond, VA: Library of Virginia, 1937), p. 428.1

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Elizabeth Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I546&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Cornelius Dabney, I: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I92&tree=Dabney
  3. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Susannah (__): https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I461&tree=Dabney

Unknown (?)1

F, #92863, d. before 1713
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Unknown (?) died before 1713.1 She married Cornelius (II) Dabney Sr., son of Cornelius (I) Dabney and Susannah Pamunkey, before 1713;
His 1st wife.1

Family

Cornelius (II) Dabney Sr. b. bt 1670 - 1675, d. bt 17 Feb 1764 - 1765
Children

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Cornelius Dabney, II: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I462&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Cornelius Dabney, III: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I466&tree=Dabney

Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr.1

M, #92864, b. circa 1713, d. between 1763 and 1764
FatherCornelius (II) Dabney Sr.1 b. bt 1670 - 1675, d. bt 17 Feb 1764 - 1765
MotherUnknown (?)1 d. b 1713
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr. was born circa 1713 at New Kent Co. (then), Virginia, USA;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: W. P. Anderson in The Early Descendants of Wm. Overton & Elizabeth Waters (Cincinnati, OH: author, 1938), p. 22, gives the order of Cornelius II’s sons as Cornelius, William, and John with birth dates between 1713 and 1715, based on the work of Trist Wood.1 He married Sarah Glenn(?) between 1732 and 1738 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA;
Pe rDabney Family of Early VA: "Cornelius Dabney III’s marriage year roughly estimated from his appearance in the 1727, 1731, and 1735 processioning of his land."1
Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr. died between 1763 and 1764 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA;
Dabney Family of Early VA says: "He was living when he was assigned to processioning in November, 1763 and deceased when his father’s will was written in October, 1764."1
     ;
PerDabney Family of Early VA:
     "Cornelius Dabney III was born to Cornelius Dabney II and his first wife, whose name is unknown, about 1714 in the part of New Kent County, Virginia, that later became Hanover County.
He probably married about 1732-38, but his wife’s name has not been found. However, the frequency with which the name Glenn was given to their grandchildren (Tyre Glenn Dabney, Sarah Glenn Dabney, and Frances Glenn Dabney) suggests that their grandmother may have been Sarah Glenn, who was mentioned as Sarah Dabney in James Glenn’s 1762 will.
Cornelius III had at least three sons who survived into adulthood: John, born about 1740; William, born about 1741; and Cornelius IV, born about 1742. The last is not mentioned in the incomplete report of William Pope Dabney in W. H. Dabney’s Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, but the lists of the children of the other Dabneys in Hanover County at the time are so much more detailed and specific that Cornelius III appears the most likely candidate for Cornelius IV’s father.
     "Cornelius III first appeared in the processioning records of St. Paul’s Parish as Cornelius Jr. in November, 1755. He was listed with neighbors who were in one of the two precincts where his father, Cornelius II, was listed for earlier processionings, indicating that he was probably occupying one of his father’s two farms. He continued to participate in processioning with the same neighbors in 1759 and 1763. In the Quit Rent Roll of 1763, he was listed with 150 acres. According to W. H. Dabney’s Sketch, he was also an inspector of tobacco at Page’s warehouse near Hanovertown. No other evidence for this claim has been found, and he may have been confused with his brother John, whose inspectorship is mentioned several times in the Journals of the House of Burgesses. He died between the 1763 processioning and the signing in October. 1764, of his father’s will, which mentions his death.
Dabney Family of Early VA cites additionally:
     1. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1939, 47, 16-19.
     2. The claim in W. H. Dabney’s Sketch that she was Mary Lucy Winston is incorrect and due to conflation of Cornelius III of Hanover County with Cornelius Dabney of King William County, a son of James Dabney, who was the eldest son of Cornelius I.
     3. Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), pp. 181-183.
     4. William and Cornelius Dabney’s birth years estimated from their eldest brother John’s birth year, 1740, given in W. H. Dabney’s Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, p. 183.
     5. Vestry Book of St. Paul’s Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, 1706-1786, (Richmond, Virginia: Virginia State Library, 1989), pp. 345, 382, 417.
     6. Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties, Robert F. Woodson, Isobel B. Woodson (Easley, SC: Southern Historica Press Inc, 1970), p. 25.
     7. Will of Cornelius Dabney in Hanover County Will Book 1, 1862-68, p. 634, 22 Dec 1868, FHL Film 31944.1
In Cornelius (II) Dabney Sr.'s will dated 22 October 1764 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA, Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr. was named as an heir;
Text of will from Find A Grave memorial page:
     "In the name of God Amen I Cornelius Dabney of St. Paul's Parish in the county of Hanover Being weak in body but sound and disposing mind, as usual thanks be to Almighty God for the Some Considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and to prevent dispute about such worldly Estate as I Shall leave at my death do think it proper to make and ordain this my last will and Testament in manner and form following Imprimus Recommend my Soul into the hands of my great Creator from whom I received it and my body to be buried in humble hopes of a resurrection into eternal life through the merits and mediations of our blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and as to what worldly goods and Estate I am _____ of after my debts are paid, I give and bequeath the same as follows.
     "Item: To my wife Sarah "my featherbed and furniture, two trunks, the black walnut chest, one looking glass, one horse and saddle, two cows and calves, house safe at her disposal; to wife for life, 2 negroes, Jane & Bob, and my river dwelling plantation; after the death of my wife, my son John Dabney may have the land and Bob if pays 45 pounds to my daughters, Elizabeth Maupin, Frances Maupin and Anne Thompson, for said Bob and 45 pounds for my land.
     "Item: I give to my son William Dabney one hundred and fifty acres of land with the Plantation whereon he now lives and four negroes to wit - Judy, Venus, Christopher and Moses, and all my wearing apparel to him and his heirs forever.
     "Item: I give to my son John Dabney one negro man named Will, my Saddle and my Guns to him and his heirs forever.
     "Item: My will and my desire is that the hundred and fifty acres of land and one Negro wench Amany That I intended for my Son Cornelius Dabney, deceased, may be sold and the money arising from Such Sale may be equally divided among all my deceased son's children .
     "My daughters, to equally divide the residue of my estate.
     "My son John Dabney and friend Harry Terrell, executors.
     "October 22, 1764 (signed) Cornelius Dabney
     "Witnesses: John Wingfield, Thomas Wingfield, Cornelius Dabney, Harry Terrell.
     "November 5, 1764 Codicil; 1 shilling to each of my sons-in-law, Christopher Harris, Matthew Brown and William Johnson.
     "Witness John Wingfield, Cornelius Dabney, Harry Terrell.
     "Recorded at Hanover Court February 7, 1765, by oaths John Wingfield and Harry Terrell. John Dabney and Harry Terrell qualified as executors;
     "At A Court of monthly Session held for Hanover County at the Courthouse on Tuesday the 22nd of December 1868. On motion of William Winston Dabney who this day produced in Court a copy of the last will and testament of Cornelius Dabney, deceased. And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the same is a true copy duly attested by a former Clerk of the Court doth order the same to be recorded. Test: R. O. Doswell, Clerk."2

Family

Sarah Glenn(?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Cornelius Dabney, III: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I466&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 23 September 2019), memorial page for Cornelius Dabney (1675–17 Feb 1765), Find A Grave Memorial no. 42781613, ; Maintained by Jeffrey Tull (contributor 47433656) Unknown, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/42781613/cornelius-dabney. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, John Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I713&tree=Dabney
  4. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, William Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I714&tree=Dabney
  5. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Cornelius Dabney, IV: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I779&tree=Dabney

Sarah Glenn(?)1

F, #92865
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Sarah Glenn(?) married Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr., son of Cornelius (II) Dabney Sr. and Unknown (?), between 1732 and 1738 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA;
Pe rDabney Family of Early VA: "Cornelius Dabney III’s marriage year roughly estimated from his appearance in the 1727, 1731, and 1735 processioning of his land."1

Family

Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr. b. c 1713, d. bt 1763 - 1764
Children

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Cornelius Dabney, III: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I466&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, John Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I713&tree=Dabney
  3. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, William Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I714&tree=Dabney
  4. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Cornelius Dabney, IV: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I779&tree=Dabney

John Dabney1

M, #92866, b. 1740, d. 1823
FatherCornelius (III) Dabney Jr.1 b. c 1713, d. bt 1763 - 1764
MotherSarah Glenn(?)1
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     John Dabney was born in 1740 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), p. 183.1 He married Ann Harris (?) between 1770 and 1771;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "Marriage date estimated from the birth year of their eldest son, Garland, which was inferred from his age, 78, in the 1850 census."2
John Dabney died in 1823 at Prince Edward Co., Virginia, USA;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "     John Dabney’s undated will was proved in Prince Edward County Court December 13, 1823, Will Book 6, p. 39, FHL Film 33218. W. H. Dabney’s history incorrectly gives his death year as 1830."1

His estate was probated on 13 December 1823
;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites:Will Book 6, p. 39, FHL Film 33218.1
     ;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA:
     "John Dabney was born to Cornelius Dabney II and an unknown wife about 1740 in Hanover County, Virginia. He married Ann Harris of Louisa County (Father?) in about 1770/71. John and his wife had 12 children: Garland, born 23 Dec 1771; Anderson, born abt 1774; Tyre Glenn, born 1775-80; Robert Kelso, born 1788/89; John, born aft 1795; Judith S., born February 1, 1799; Nathaniel, born ____: Cornelius, born ____; Sarah Glenn; Ann; Frances Glenn; and Mary (Polly). In the Prince Edward County personal property tax lists, a James Dabney was listed with John Dabney in 1802-1804, who may have been another son or possibly a nephew.
     "John purchased 220 acres in Prince Edward County on the MIll Fork of Vaughan Creek from Lawrence Smith in 1772. The deed stated that he was from Cumberland County (Virginia), where he may have been living before moving to Prince Edward County. He was commissioned a Lieutenant in the county militia in 1777. In W. H. Dabney’s history of the Dabney Family, he was described as John Dabney of Appomattox, perhaps because he lived near the town of Appomattox in the Appomattox locale, which later became part of Appomattox County created after his death. (Describe land purchases)
     "When the earliest surviving Virginia census was taken in 1810, John and Ann’s sons had all left home and only two daughters aged 10-16 and one aged 16-26 were still at home. By 1820, one of his sons and his wife and two young daughters were living with John and Ann.
     "John died in 1823 and his will was proved in December of that year. He left all of his personal and land property to his wife Ann for her life except for one slave, a horse, and a bed and furniture for his daughter Polly Dabney, apparently not yet married. After Ann’s death, all of his property was to be divided among his daughters, Sally Jennings, Ann Harris, Fanny Lenticum, Judith Wisdom, and Polly Dabney."
Dabney Family of Early VA cites:
     ---Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), p. 181
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Family

Ann Harris (?) b. c 1740, d. c 1838

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, John Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I713&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Ann Harris: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I778&tree=Dabney

Ann Harris (?)1

F, #92867, b. circa 1740, d. circa 1838
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Ann Harris (?) was born circa 1740;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), p. 185.1 She married John Dabney, son of Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr. and Sarah Glenn(?), between 1770 and 1771;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "Marriage date estimated from the birth year of their eldest son, Garland, which was inferred from his age, 78, in the 1850 census."1
Ann Harris (?) died circa 1838;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), p. 185.1
     Reference:
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), pp. 182-3.

Ann Harris (?) was listed as a resident in Ransom Miller and Sophia/Sophie McLean's household in the census report on 18 August 1860 at Shawnee Township, Fountain Co., Indiana, USA; p. 670, lines 17-25, dwelling 1079, famikly 1049
17 MILLER, Ranson 48 [1812] M Farmer $2000 $400 NY
18 " , Sophia 41 [1819] F NY
19 " , Phebe 19 [1841] F NY [sic]
20 " , Edwin 17 [1843] M Farm Laborer NY [sic] Attended School
21 " , Ranson 15 [1845] M Farm Laborer NY [sic] Attended School
22 " , Sarah 12 [1848] F NY [sic] Attended School
23 " , William 8 [1852] M NY [sic] Attended School
24 " , George W. 6 [1854] M NY [sic] Attended School
25 " , Lilly 1 [1859] F NY.2 [sic]

Family

John Dabney b. 1740, d. 1823

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Ann Harris: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I778&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S5033] 1860 Federal Census, 1860 Census IN Fountain Co Shawneee Twp, Year: 1860; Census Place: Shawnee, Fountain, Indiana; Page: 670; Family History Library Film: 803258
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7667&h=8389617
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/7667/images/4215025_00148

William Dabney1

M, #92868, b. circa 1741
FatherCornelius (III) Dabney Jr.1 b. c 1713, d. bt 1763 - 1764
MotherSarah Glenn(?)1
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     William Dabney married (?) Quarles.1 William Dabney was born circa 1741;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "William and Cornelius Dabney’s birth years estimated from their eldest brother John’s birth year, 1740, given in W. H. Dabney’s Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, p. 183....Went to North Carolina before _____?"1
     ;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, William H. Dabney (Chicago, IL; S. D. Childs, 1888; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1999), p. 181.1

Family

(?) Quarles

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, William Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I714&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.

Mary "Mollie" Lane1

F, #92869, d. after 1810
Last Edited24 Sep 2019
     Mary "Mollie" Lane married Cornelius (IV) Dabney, son of Cornelius (III) Dabney Jr. and Sarah Glenn(?), circa 1759;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, 1976, v. 14, p. 54. Dabney Family Bible Record, states that the parents of Captain George Dabney were Cornelius and Molly Lane Dabney of Bedford County...Marriage date estimated from the birth date of their eldest son, George, 15 Sep 1760, given in George’s application for a Revolutionary War pension."1
Mary "Mollie" Lane died after 1810;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA: "Mollie (Mary) Dabney was living when she was listed as the mother of Agness Dabney on the marriage bond for Agness and John Kennett 4 Mar 1810 in Bedford County. From Bedford County Marriage Bonds, an appendix in Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, v. VI, Virginia. From website http://vagenweb.org/bedford/bedford.htm ."1

Family

Cornelius (IV) Dabney b. c 1742, d. bt 23 May 1792 - 22 Oct 1792

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Mary (Mollie) Lane: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I796&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.

Mary Ann Fontaine1

F, #92870
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Mary Ann Fontaine married Isaac Winston Jr., son of Isaac Winston Sr. and Sarah Dabney, circa 1740;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: The Winstons of Hanover County, Virginia, and Related Families, Alfred Sumner Winston III (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1992), p. 118.1,2

Family

Isaac Winston Jr. b. bt 1710 - 1715, d. 1766

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Isaac Winston, Jr.: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I716&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 434. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.

William (I) Winston1

M, #92871, d. before 1701
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     William (I) Winston married Sarah (?)2
William (I) Winston died before 1701.1
     William (I) Winston was mentioned in a land transaction on 16 October 1685
Memo:
Per Davis [1999:429], "William had patented 1500 acres on October 16, 1685 with John Kimbrough and John Longworthy, that was repatented in 1699, to John Kimbrough and William after Longworthy's death."3
William (I) Winston was mentioned in a land transaction on 21 October 1687 at New Kent Co. (then), Virginia, USA,
Memo:
Per Davis [1999:429], "William, then patented 266 acres of land in New Kent County, on October 21, 1687."3
William (I) Winston and Sarah (?) were mentioned in a land transaction in 1691 at Matadequin Crek, King William Co., Virginia, USA,
Memo:
Per Davis [1999:430], "It is believed that William's wife was named Sarah, although no concrete evidence has been found concerning her maiden name. When William patented land on Matadequin Creek in 1691, he listed William Winston and Sarah Winston has headrights." [Davis [1998:431:Note 17 cites: Land Patent Book 8, p. 129].2

Family

Sarah (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S4450] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989), pp. 429-30. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1989] Tidewater Virginia Families.
  2. [S4450] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Davis [1989] Tidewater Virginia Families, p. 430.
  3. [S4450] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Davis [1989] Tidewater Virginia Families, p. 429.
  4. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), pp. 430, 433. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.

Sarah (?)1

F, #92872
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Sarah (?) married William (I) Winston.1
     ;
Per Davis [1999:430], "It is believed that William's wife was named Sarah, although no concrete evidence has been found concerning her maiden name. When William patented land on Matadequin Creek in 1691, he listed William Winston and Sarah Winston has headrights." [Davis [1998:431:Note 17 cites: Land Patent Book 8, p. 129]
     Davis [1999:430] continues, "Since this (land patent) was well before William II was though to have married Sarah Jennings abney, It would appear that both Williams married women named Sarah. [Davis [1998:431:Note 18 cites: Genealogy of Virginia Families, Tyler's Quarterly, Vol. IV, pp. 474-477.]
     Davis [1999:430] continues, "Sarah Winston was listed in New Kent County in 1704 as owning 275 acres of land." [Davis.1 [1998:431:Note 19 cites: Thomas J. Wertenbaker, Planters of Colonial Virginia, p. 215.]
Sarah (?) and William (I) Winston were mentioned in a land transaction in 1691 at Matadequin Crek, King William Co., Virginia, USA,
Memo:
Per Davis [1999:430], "It is believed that William's wife was named Sarah, although no concrete evidence has been found concerning her maiden name. When William patented land on Matadequin Creek in 1691, he listed William Winston and Sarah Winston has headrights." [Davis [1998:431:Note 17 cites: Land Patent Book 8, p. 129].1

Family

William (I) Winston d. b 1701
Children

Citations

  1. [S4450] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989), p. 430. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1989] Tidewater Virginia Families.
  2. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), pp. 430, 433. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.

Mary Polly Vaught1

F, #92873, b. 15 January 1812, d. 27 April 1862
FatherJohn Vaught1 b. c 1781, d. 30 Jun 1861
MotherElizabeth Slemp1 b. c 1801, d. 1861
ChartsDescendents of John (Johann) Paul VOGT/VAUGHT
Last Edited26 Sep 2019
     Mary Polly Vaught was born on 15 January 1812 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, USA.1 She married Christian Christopher “Christley” Phillippi, son of Christian Phillippi and Catherine Dutton, on 7 January 1833 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, USA.2,1
Mary Polly Vaught died on 27 April 1862 at Somerset, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, USA, at age 50.1
Mary Polly Vaught was buried after 27 April 1862 at Phillippi Cemetery, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, USA,

; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     15 Jan 1812, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
     DEATH     27 Apr 1862 (aged 50), Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
     She is buried beside her Husband, Christopher Phillippi. They were married January 07, 1833 in Pulaski County, KY. Parents: John Vaught and Elizabeth Slemp Vaught. They are buried at Gilmore Vaught Cemetery in Pulaski County, KY.
     Family Members
     Parents
      John Vaught 1781–1861
      Elizabeth Slemp Vaught 1785–1838
     Spouse
      Christian Christopher Phillippi 1810–1885 (m. 1833)
     Siblings
      Andrew Vaught 1814–1889
      Joseph Vaught 1817–1893
      Steven Vaught 1819–1909 (m. 1850)
      Elizabeth Vaught Cundiff 1829–1890
      Fountain Fox Vaught 1829–1895
      Rhoda Vaught 1840–1859
     Children
      Fountain F Phillippi 1833–1904
      John Phillippi 1835–1912
      Franklin Phillippi 1838–1915
      Green Berry Phillippi 1839–1901
      Margaret K Phillippi Sweeney 1848–1905
     BURIAL     Phillippi Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
     Maintained by: Janet LaMotte, MHR
     Originally Created by: Sue Moore-Hardy
     Added: 14 Sep 2006
     Find A Grave Memorial 15748998.1
     ; For more information on the children of Christian and Mary 9VAUGHT) PHILLIPPI, see their Find A Grave memorials.1,2

Family

Christian Christopher “Christley” Phillippi b. 5 Apr 1810, d. 21 Feb 1885

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 26 September 2019), memorial page for Mary Polly Vaught Phillippi (15 Jan 1812–27 Apr 1862), Find A Grave Memorial no. 15748998, citing Phillippi Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Janet LaMotte, MHR (contributor 46988542), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/15748998/mary-polly-phillippi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 26 September 2019), memorial page for Christian Christopher “Christley” Phillippi (5 Apr 1810–21 Feb 1885), Find A Grave Memorial no. 15748989, citing Phillippi Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Janet LaMotte, MHR (contributor 46988542), at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/15748989/christian-christopher-phillippi

Mary (?)1

F, #92874
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Mary (?) married Isaac Winston Sr., son of Anthony Winston I, before 1760;
Per Davis [1999:434], This was his 2nd wife and she is named in his will in a manner that indicates that she was not the mother of his children also named in the will.1

Family

Isaac Winston Sr. b. c 1680, d. bt 6 Feb 1760 - 6 Mar 1760

Citations

  1. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 434. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.

Judge Anthony Winston1,2

M, #92875, b. 20 September 1723, d. 29 July 1783
FatherIsaac Winston Sr.1,2 b. c 1680, d. bt 6 Feb 1760 - 6 Mar 1760
MotherSarah Dabney1,2 b. c 1678, d. b 1732
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Judge Anthony Winston was born on 20 September 1723 at Hanover Co., Virginia, USA.2 He married Alice Thornton Taylor on 28 February 1747.3,1
Judge Anthony Winston died on 29 July 1783 at Buckingham Co., Virginia, USA, at age 59.2
     ;
Per Dabney Family of Early Virginia:
     "Anthony Winston was born to Isaac Winston Sr. and his wife, Sarah (Dabney) Winston September 20, 1723, in Hanover County, Virginia.
     "He married Alice Thornton Taylor, daughter of James and Alice Thornton (Catlett) Taylor of Orange County February 29, 1747. They had five children and one adopted son: Sarah, born February 9, 1748; Anthony, born November 25, 1750; Alice, born March 20, 1753; Martha, born January 8, 1755; Mary, born March 6 or June 3, 1759; and Peter Francisco, born July 9, 1760, who was found as a boy abandoned by a passing ship on the wharf at Hopewell, Virginia, and was adopted by Anthony Winston. He grew to more than six feet tall, weighed about 250 pounds, and possessed extraordinary strength. He was a distinguished soldier during the Revolution and was recognized as a hero. Since 1911, Virginia has honored him annually on “Peter Francisco Day,” March 15.
     "Anthony became a judge in Buckingham County and represented the county in the House of Burgesses in 1765 and the House of Delegates in 1779. Between 1768 and 1775, he experienced financial difficulties due to loans to friends and acquaintances that defaulted. As a result, he was forced to sell three large tracts of land, including in 1775 his home farm called Huntington, which contained over 2000 acres, several hundred fruit trees, and a stocked fish pond. He died July 29, 1783.
     "As a brother of Sarah (Winston) Syme Henry, he was an uncle of Patrick Henry and as a brother of Lucy (Winston)Dabney Coles, he was a great uncle of Dolley/Dolly Madison. [2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]"2

Family

Alice Thornton Taylor b. 27 May 1730, d. 24 Oct 1764

Citations

  1. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 434. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Judge Anthony Winston: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I718&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  3. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Alice Thornton Taylor: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I755&tree=Dabney

Alice Thornton Taylor1

F, #92876, b. 27 May 1730, d. 24 October 1764
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Alice Thornton Taylor was born on 27 May 1730.1 She married Judge Anthony Winston, son of Isaac Winston Sr. and Sarah Dabney, on 28 February 1747.1,2
Alice Thornton Taylor died on 24 October 1764 at age 34.1

Family

Judge Anthony Winston b. 20 Sep 1723, d. 29 Jul 1783

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Alice Thornton Taylor: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I755&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 434. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.

Isaac Winston1

M, #92877
FatherAnthony Winston II1
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Isaac Winston married Sarah (?) before 1734;
Per Davis [1999:437], "From the same deed [1734] made by Isaac Winston to Nathaniel, it is know that the wife of Isaac was Sarah."2
     Isaac Winston was living in 1734.1
Isaac Winston and Nathaniel Winston were mentioned in a land transaction in 1734 at St. Martin's Parish, Hanover Co., Virginia, USA,
Memo:
Per Davis [1999:437], "Isaac Winston was the son of Anthony (II) Winston, as evidenced by the deed he made to his brother, Nathaniel, in 1734."2

Family

Sarah (?)

Citations

  1. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 436. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.
  2. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond, p. 437.

Sarah (?)1

F, #92878
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Sarah (?) married Isaac Winston, son of Anthony Winston II, before 1734;
Per Davis [1999:437], "From the same deed [1734] made by Isaac Winston to Nathaniel, it is know that the wife of Isaac was Sarah."1
     Sarah (?) and Nathaniel Winston were was mentioned in a land transaction by Isaac Winston in 1734 at St. Martin's Parish, Hanover Co., Virginia, USA,
Per Davis [1999:437], "Isaac Winston was the son of Anthony (II) Winston, as evidenced by the deed he made to his brother, Nathaniel, in 1734."1

Citations

  1. [S4451] Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Tidewater Virginia Families: Generations Beyond (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998), p. 437. Hereinafter cited as Davis [1998] Tidewater VA Fam: Generations Beyond.

Mary Dabney1

F, #92879
FatherGeorge (I) Dabney1 b. c 1670, d. bt 24 Oct 1729 - 11 Apr 1734
MotherElizabeth Anderson1 b. 1670, d. a 1729
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Mary Dabney married Stephen Pettus circa 1700.2
     ;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA:
     "Mary Dabney was born to George Dabney I and his wife, Elizabeth in King and Queen County, later King William County, Virginia.
     "She married Stephen Pettus, the only son of Thomas Pettus of James City County, circa 1700. He was born about 1678/79. They had four sons Stephen Jr., Dabney, John, and George and at least one daughter, Anne. In his 1729 will, George Dabney I left Mary a token amount, 20 shillings, and to her son George a slave.
     "In October, 1700, Stephen with other interested parties sold his father’s three farms, Littletown, Utopia, and Burnt Ordinary in James City County to James Bray Jr., the husband of Stephen’s remarried stepmother, Mourning (Burgh) Pettus Bray. Within the next few years, he moved farther inland and by 1704 acquired 200 acres in the part of New Kent County that later became Hanover County.
     "Stephen and John Pettus, a cousin, participated in the processioning of land boundaries in St. Paul’s parish in Hanover County in 1711 and 1719. He obtained a 500 acre tract near present day Taylorsville, which may have included the 200 acres mentioned earlier. This became his home farm. In 1727, Stephen obtained a patent for 800 acres on the upper side of Horsepen Creek in what is now Louisa County. In May, 1745, Stephen gave 250 acres of his Louisa land to his son Dabney Pettus. In July, 1754, he gave 275 acres of the tract to his son, John Pettus. In April, 1758, he gave the remaining 275 acres to his son George Pettus. After his death about 1759, his home farm was inherited by his eldest son, Stephen Pettus Jr. [1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11]
See Mary's page on Dabney Family of Early VA for notes and citations.1
In George (I) Dabney's will dated 24 October 1729, Mary Dabney was named as an heir;
Dabney Family of Early VA cites: The Virginia Genealogist, 1977, 21, 307-310. "He appointed his wife and sons George and William executors". From his daughter Mary's web page: "In his 1729 will, George Dabney I left Mary a token amount, 20 shillings, and to her son George a slave."3,1

Family

Stephen Pettus b. c 1678/79, d. c 1759

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Mary Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I198&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Stephen Pettus: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I199&tree=Dabney
  3. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, George Dabney, I: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I107&tree=Dabney

Elizabeth Dabney1

F, #92880, b. 11 November 1698, d. circa 1725
FatherGeorge (I) Dabney1 b. c 1670, d. bt 24 Oct 1729 - 11 Apr 1734
MotherElizabeth Anderson1 b. 1670, d. a 1729
Last Edited25 Sep 2019
     Elizabeth Dabney married Matthew Anderson.2 Elizabeth Dabney was born on 11 November 1698 at King and Queen Co., Virginia, USA.1
Elizabeth Dabney died circa 1725.1
     ;
Per Dabney Family of Early VA:
     "Elizabeth Dabney was born to George Dabney I and Elizabeth (___) Dabney about November 11, 1698, in King and Queen County, later King William County, Virginia.
     "According to W. P. Anderson’s Anderson Family Records, she is believed to have married Matthew Anderson, a son of Robert Anderson II of New Kent County. They had one son named George, who was mentioned in his grandfather George Dabney I’s will in 1729.
     "Matthew Anderson was living in St. Paul’s Parish in Hanover county in 1731, 1735, 1739, and 1743, when he participated in the processioning of his neighbors’ lands. On December 4, 1733, Matthew Anderson, merchant, received 1126 acres from James Robertson and on the same day sold it to Henry Power of James City County. The rapid turnover of the property suggests that Matthew may have received the land as payment for a debt. He was also the grantee of a deed from Esther Penick in October, 1735.
     "He represented Hanover in the House of Burgesses from 1732 to 1734. He appears to have moved to neighboring New Kent County before 1747, when he was appointed a vestryman in St. Peter’s Parish. In 1750, he was elected churchwarden, but in 1751 resigned because he planned to move out of the county. It is likely that he moved to Albemarle County, where his only child, George, was living. Matthew was a witness for three deeds in Albemarle between 1762 and 1769 and probably died there. [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13]
See Elizabeth's page on Dabney Family of Early VA for notes and citations.1

Family

Matthew Anderson d. a 1769

Citations

  1. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia Website, online <https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/>, Elizabeth Dabney: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I202&tree=Dabney. Hereinafter cited as Dabney Family of Early Virginia.
  2. [S4740] Dabney Family of Early Virginia, online https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/, Matthew Anderson: https://www.dabney-early-virginia.info/getperson.php?personID=I203&tree=Dabney