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The 1870 Federal Census for Grayson County, Virginia

Transcript by Jeffrey C. Weaver
Annotation by Jeffrey C. Weaver, James J. Stamper and THE GRAYSON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

 

PREFACE

This volume of records is presented in coordination with the Grayson County Bicentennial, coming in 1992. I thought it would worthwhile to do more than transcribe the census of 1870 for this effort, but to analyze the state of the county approximately 100 years after settlement and 5 years after the civil war.

As you will see, when thumbing through the following pages, the basis of this book is the 1870 Federal Census of Grayson Co., VA. Information in parentheses has been gleaned from sources other than the Federal Census. Information in brackets [ ] is commentary and cross references about the family gleaned from the Marriage Register of Grayson and surrounding counties; the 1850 and 1860 Federal Census of Grayson and surrounding counties. Genealogical information is presented as what seems to be correct, by myself and collaborators, though GUARANTEE of accuracy is made. In addition to the standard information you might expect to find in a work of this nature, every effort has been made to give a statistical profile of the county in the section entitled "Analysis of the Record." Along with a statistical analysis of the census, some other bits of information will be shared with the reader. Some commentary, strictly that of the compiler will be presented as well. Topics to be covered are: Politics of the County, ante and post bellum; Religion, who was there, when, where and why; Migratory patterns into and out of Grayson County.

A special thanks for outstanding contributions to this work go out to:

  • Larry D. Cockerham, for comparisons with other records and annotations made to the census record.
  • John & Betty Mullins, for agreeing to publish this work.
  • James Stamper, for invaluable assistance in preparation of the genealogical notes.
  • Bettye-Lou Kirk Fields, for her coordination of the project within the confines of Grayson County.
  • Louise Bailey, for her contributions to knowledge of families in the Elk Creek Valley.
  • Maxine Hood Luck, for proofreading and comparisons to the census microfilm.
  • To my wife for her patience with my comings and goings and phone bills in preparation of this work.
  • To my ancestors, most all Grayson Countians, without whom I would not have attempted to undertake this work.

EXPLANATIONS

Abbreviations used herein:

  • B. - Born
  • D. - Died
  • Md. - Married
  • s/o - son of
  • d/o - daughter of
  • POB - Place of Birth
  • Co. - County

Current State postal abbreviations have been used for places of birth. Abbreviations for months of the year are not consistent with current usage, however, are those used by the census taker.

Spellings used in the transcription portion of this work are as close as I could decipher the original handwriting to be. It should be noted that the census taker had their own spellings for names, not necessarily consistent with modern usage, e.g. Allice for Alice; Margarett for Margaret, Osborn for Osborne, etc.

In some cases it was easy to identify who married whom from marriage registers, others were more tricky. Every effort was made to note if there was room for doubt or other interpretations of the records. In cases of serious doubt, no notation was made, though there were possibilities from information available.

In many cases ages given do match, known ages or ages given in other records. Our effort transcribed what the census taker wrote down, correct or not. If other information was available, then, that information has been noted in the genealogical notes with each family. If no other information was available to us, then no note has been made make a note for that particular family.

All persons listed were listed as white except those with a (B) or (M) after their age. These individuals were listed as black or mulatto respectively. All places of birth, unless otherwise listed, were given as Virginia.

Happy information hunting!

Jeffrey C. Weaver
Arlington, Virginia

The 1870 Federal Census for Grayson County Elk Creek District

This District was taken in the month of July 1870 by John Walsh, Post Office for the entire District was listed as Independence. Population for Elk Creek District was 4085.

HOUSE                       NAME                   AGE          OCCUPATION     REAL PERSONAL POB
NUMBER     RACE            PROPERTY         PROPERTY

102.            Able, William R.                    36          Farm Laborer   300  100          NC
       Mary L.                29            Keeping House                         NC
        Almata                 9                                             NC
       Lucy A.                 8                                             NC
      Sarah L.                 5                                             NC
       Jno. C.                 3                                             NC
        Hallis                 2                                             NC

405.    Adams, Adam           53            Farm Laborer             100          NC
           Ann                46                                             NC
         Ellen                18
          Mary                16
        Jestin                14
       John A.                 5
[Ellen C. Adams Md. William M. Bourn, s/o Wm. & Hannah Bourn, 6/20/1871; Mary A. Adams Md. J. S. Sutherland,
s/o Leonard & Elizabeth Sutherland, 12/18/1873.]

538.Aker, Robert S.           29            Farmer    600       300          VA
       Lucinda                24
      Margaret                 2
[Robert S. Aker moved to Grayson Co. from Wythe Co., VA and may have md. (2) Jane Carrico, d/o John W. &
Matilda Carrico, on 8/10/1881.  A R. S. Akers was listed on the 1898 Grayson Co. Confederate Veterans Roster as a
member of Co. B, 51st VA Infantry CSA, but does not appear on regular records of the regiment.]

639.           Alexander, Martin                    33          Farmer    580  450          NC
       Mary C.                25
        Joseph                 2
      Nancy C.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Martin Alexander living in household 209, 1850 Ashe Co., NC census.  No persons in household who would seem to
be the parents.  Martin Alexander served as 3rd Sergeant in Co. F, 22nd NC Infantry, CSA.]

242.    Allen, John           41            Teacher                          NC
       Adeline                35                                             NC
         James                10                                             NC
   Constan (m)                 7                                             NC
         Sally                 6                                             NC

634. Anders, Alfred           35            Farm Laborer             200
          Jane                32
         Friel                15
       Houston                13
          John                11
         Kenny                 8
          Alex                 6
        Gillie                 3
        Phoebe              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
          Jefferson           24            Farm Laborer
[This was family 1432 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jane Anders d. 6/1870 of epilepsy.  Alfred Anders
served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA and was "disabled in service."  He also served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

589.  Anders, Berry           45            Farmer    700       350
    NC
     Catherine                43
      Polly A.                16
       Preston                14
         James                14
         Wiley                11
         Riley                 9
        Patsey                 7
         Nancy                 2
[Berry Anders, s/o John (b. 1770 d. 1850+) & Mary Anders (b. 1780 d. 1850+).  This was household 951 in the 1850
Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Anders Md. Martha J. Shumate, d/o James & Nancy Shumate 6/20/1880??  Berry
Anders' siblings include:  Carson Anders b. 1832; John Anders b. 1829; Sandy Anders b. 1820, Thomas b. 1816 and
William b. 1803.  The family name is often found written as Andrews.]

155.   Andis, E. C.           37            Farming             440
   (Cornett) Thursa           30
       Mary J.                 5
      Sarah A.                 3
      Virginia                 2
         Ellen              5/12            (B. Jan. 1870)
   Hale, Lindy                12
[The name was written as Anders, but is in fact, Earl Carson Andis, who served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf.  His Civil War
letters are presented in Grayson County A History in Words and Pictures.  E. C. Andis Md. (1) Thursa D. Cornett, d/o
Levi Cornett and Olive Hale.  Mary J. Andis Md. James R. Carson 2/10/1881.]

87.    Anders Floyd           24            Farmer              150
         Nancy                25
         Enoch                 2
        Thomas              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
    M...... Matilda           10

628.   Anders, John           36            Farmer    500                    VA
     Catherine                35
        Pheobe                22
         James                24
         Polly                18
      Caroline                12
        Martin                 4
         Floyd                 8
[John Anders served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. C, McRae's Battalion NC Cavalry, CSA.  This was
family 325, 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

93.  Anders, Osborn           25            Farm Laborer             200
        Rachel                25
        Allice                 5
         Thos.                 3
     Emmitt J.                 2
         Jesse                 8
  Taylor, John                64            Farm Laborer
       Lucinda                58
         Polly                15
[Osborne Anders served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  Polly J. Taylor, Md. J. T. Martin s/o John & Lucy Martin
5/21/1874.  John & Lucinda Taylor were living in household 807 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

630.  Anders, Sally           50            Keeping House       450  180          NC
        Thomas                12
          Mary                11
        Joshua                 7
[Sally Anders seems to be the widow of Sandy Anders, b. ca. 1820, and living in household 883, 1850 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.  Older children were:  Haywood Anders b. 1842; Henry Anders b. 1845; and Starling Anders b. 1847.]

86.  Anders, Thomas           57            Farmer    800                    NC
         Sally                57                                             NC
         Henry                20
       Abraham                16            Farm Laborer
        Elbert                14            Farm Laborer
      Peggy A.                 9
[This was family 988 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Peggy Anders Md. John Murrary s/o A. & C. Murrary
3/19/1878.  Other children of Thomas & Sally Anders were:  Joseph Anders b. 1835; Newton Anders b. 1838; Celia
Anders b. 1839; Patsy Anders b. 1841; Osborn R. Anders b. 1843; Stephen F. Anders b. 1846; Elizabeth Anders b.
1848; Henry Anders b. 1849; Abraham Anders b. 1854; Elbert Anders b. 1856; and Peggy Ann Anders b. 1861.]

156.Anderson, Alvin           56            Farmer
(Lundy) Martha                51
         Aaron                23            Farm Laborer
          Jane                14
         Ellen                11
      Caroline                 8
[Alvin Anderson Md. Martha Lundy, d/o Aaron Lundy, 1/6/1838.  This was family 235 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Other children were:  George b. 1838; Amanda b. 1840; Jesse b. 1842 and served in the 51st VA Infantry;
and Cena b. 1848.]

63.Anderson, Elisha           45            Farmer              200          VA
         Rhoda                42                                             NC
    William F.                 2
       John P.              2/12            (B. May 1870)
 Phipps, Nancy                23            Cook
[Elisha Anderson served as 2nd Lt. in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Elisha Anderson had in his home in 1850,
Isaac Anderson b. 1776, Elizabeth b. 1785 and Joseph Anderson b. 1780.]

157.            Anderson, George                    29          Farmer         160
          Cena                24
       Mary L.                 2
[George Washington Anderson served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, deserted and took the oath of allegiance on
3/30/1865, then age 24.]

260.Austin, Bledsoe           62            Farmer    1000      4411
       Matilda                43
        Thomas                13            At School
    Ellinor P.                12            At School
        Lavisa                11            At School
         Rhoda                10            At School
       Lucy V.                 9
      James M.                 7
      Sally L.                 6
 Geo.,? Nillie                32
       Cynthia                 4
        Andrew              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Bledsoe Austin was first to Nancy Moore, b. 1810 d. 1850s, on 12/4/1828.  A marriage between Nancy Moore and
Bledsoe Austin, on 12/4/1828.  This was family 307 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Bledsoe Austin was s/o
Isaiah Austin, s/o John Austin, Jr. s/o John Austin, Sr. per article in Virginia Genealogy Magazine on the Austin
Family.  Bledsoe's other children were:  William Austin b. 1831 and served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA; Calvin
Austin b. 1833; Elizabeth Austin b. 1835; Isaac Austin b. 1837; Charlotte Austin b. 1839; Crockett Austin b. 1841
who served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry CSA; Floyd Austin b. 1843 and served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry,
CSA; Amanda Austin b. 1845; and Melvina Austin b. 1848.]

258. Austin, Martha           39            Keeping House       7000 250
    William F.                18            Farm Laborer
     Alexander                16            Farm Laborer
         Nancy                14
      Isaac J.                12
     Elizabeth                 8
[Martha A. Cornett, d/o Alexander and Jemima Cornett, Md. Lewis F. Austin on 12/23/1850.  Lewis F. Austin served
in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA and died of typhoid fever on 9/16/1861.  Alexander B. Austin Md. Amanda Walsh, d/o
Andrew & M. Walsh; Nancy C. Austin Md. G. A. Rhudy, s/o William & C. Rhudy, 9/12/1877; Isaac J. Austin, Md.
Elvira Warrick, d/o John & Elizabeth Warrick, 6/23/1881; Elizabeth J. Austin Md. R. H. Pool, s/o J. F. & R. Pool,
12/19/1878.]

1.Austin, William C.          38            Farmer    1500      600          VA
(Cornett) Elizabeth J.             33
      James C.                14
     Lenora E.                12
      Lewis M.                10
    Minerva E.                 7
   Virginia M.                 5
    Stephen W.                 2
[Family 1412, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William C. Austin served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  William C.
Austin, s/o Bledsoe Austin, Md. Elizabeth J. Cornett, d/o Alexander Cornett and Jemima Rhudy on 10/2/1851.
James C. Austin Md. Victoria J. Boyer, d/o William Boyer and Catherine Greer on 9/20/1877.]

605.  Autry, Louisa           48            Keeping House                         NC
          Jane                21            No Occupation                         NC
          John                18            Farm Laborer                          NC
     Cornelius                12            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Ellen                10                                             VA
       Tobitha                 7
[Another son, Neal Autry b. 1857 md. M. A. Trent, d/o J. S. & Polly Trent on 6/25/1881.  John Autry md. Adeline
Sexton, d/o L. D. & S. Sexton on 10/30/1877.  Sarah Jane Autry md. John R. Poole, s/o Creed & Elizabeth Poole on
1/25/1874.  Elizabeth Louisa Autry, b. 1822, was the widow of Alexander Autry.]

252. Bailey, Daniel         28 B            Farm Laborer
         Eliza              28 B                                             NC
          John               5 B
     Cornelius               4 B
          Bell               3 B
        Talula               1 B
    Hale, Lucy              12 B
        Prince              10 B
         Rhoda               8 B
    Solett (f)               8 B

580.     Baker, Lee         30 B            Farm Laborer
        Esther              25 B
        George               4 B
       Sampson               3 B
      Charity             1/12 B            (B. May 1870)
        George              80 B            No Occupation                         NC

292. Ballard, James           42            Watch maker
     Catherine                24
       Mary F.                 2
[This appears to have been a transient family and moved away before the 1880 Census.]

234. Banks, Ballard         43 B            Farm Laborer
        Hester              31 B
         Betty              15 B
         Sarah              13 B
       William               7 B
       Winston               5 B
   Crooks, Benjamin         23 B            Farm Laborer

29. Banner, William         60 B            Farmer    250       110          NC
         Lindy              24 B                                             GA
       William               2 B                                             VA
      Abraham             2/12 B                                             VA

555.            Barton, Isaac T.                    45          Farmer    800  175
     Charlotte                40
         Nancy                15
          Emma                11
        Harvey                 9
       William                 7
         Ettie                 2
       Mary J.                12
[Isaac T. Barton was likely s/o an older Isaac Barton (b. 1803).  Nancy C. Barton Md. Zachariah S. Daniel, s/o E. &
E. Daniel, 5/18/1876.  This was family 650 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Isaac T. Barton served in the
Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Isaac was also detailed to make uniforms for the Grayson Rifles Co. in 1861.]

33.   Barton, Polly           45            Keeping House       2300 300          NC
       John S.                25            Works at Farming                 VA
        Mahala                 8            At School
        Mahala                21            No Occupation
         Emily                19            No Occupation
        Amanda                19            No Occupation
       Richard                17            Works at farming
        Rachel                13            At School
   Bennett, Haywood           19            Works at farming
[Family was not living in Grayson Co., VA in 1860.  Polly Billings Md. Isaac Barton, (b. 1803 in NC) dead before
1870.  This family was, however, family 919 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Older children were:  Betsy
Barton b. 1839; Polly Barton b. 1841; John Barton b. 1844; Caroline Barton b. 1846; Emily Barton b. 1848; Amanda
Barton b. 1849.]

54. Barton, William           35            Farmer    500       200
         Betty                30
     Joseph F.                10            At School
     Lyllie V.                 2
[William Barton served in Company K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  This family sold out and later moved to Tennessee.
William Barton was s/o John & Cynthia Barton, and was part of household 995, 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

568. Bedwell, Felix           25            Farm Laborer             400
        Martha                26
       Tolitha               46?            No Occupation
       Pickney                 8
[Felix Bedwell served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  Felix Bedwell was s/o John (b. 1800) & Patsy Bedwell (b.
1802) Household 356 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Felix's siblings included:  Tobitha Bedwell b. 1826; Wiley
Bedwell b. 1829; Eliza Bedwell b. 1833; Lion Bedwell b. 1835; Alfred Bedwell b. 1837 who md. Ursilla Evans (b.
1836), d/o Daniel Welsh on 3/26/1871; William Bedwell b. 1839 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA, md.
Sarah J. Hicks, d/o William & Catherine Hicks, on 2/16/1862; Charlotte Bedwell b. 1841; Nancy Bedwell b. 1843; and
Martha Bedwell b. 1850.  Pinkney "Pink" Bedwell md. Mary Sturdivant b. 1862, d/o W. Sturdivant, on 1/9/1882.]

494. Bedwell, Isaac           37            Farmer    500       437
       Lucy J.                36
       John W.                12
      Virginia                 5
        Nannie                 1
[Isaac Bedwell served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Isaac Bedwell was s/o Wilson Bedwell (b. 1801) and Patsey
Poole (b. 1801) who md. on 12/14/1822.  (Household 842, 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Isaac's siblings were:
Lucy Bedwell b. 1829; Rosamond Bedwell b. 1837; Sarah Jane Bedwell b. 1839 and James Bedwell b. 1841 who
served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.]

516. Bedwell, James           33            Farm Laborer        300
         Polly                28
         Ellis                 1
[James Bedwell may have been s/o Martha Bedwell, family 649 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James
Bedwell served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  James was likely s/o Wilson Bedwell & Patsey Poole.]

518. Bedwell, L. D.           51            Farmer    2500      1300
          Jane                52
          Lucy              16 B
[Lorenzo Dow Bedwell served in the Grayson Co., Militia and in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  They composed
family 521 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Stephen b. 1840; David b. 1842 and Nancy b. 1848
who md. Eli R. Wiley on 8/23/1868.  Stephen & David may have died in the Confederate Army.]

559.  Bedwell, Levi           37            Shoe Maker          400  130
(Porter) Clara                28                                             NC
        Martha                66            No Occupation
[Levi Bedwell, s/o John Bedwell & Patsey Poole, Md. Clara C. Porter, d/o J. Calloway, 10/10/1869.  Levi Bedwell
served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.]

148.            Bedwell, William                    27          Work at Shop   105
         Sarah                26
         Robt.                 3
       Mary C.                 7
[Wm. Bedwell, s/o John Bedwell & Patsy Poole, Md. Sarah J. Hicks, d/o William & Catherine Hicks 2/16/1862; age of
Wm. Bedwell inconsistent with those found in Grayson Co., VA marriage register 2.  Wm. Bedwell served in Co. K,
51st VA Inf., CSA.]

51. Bennett, Fannie           16            Nurse
  Bennett, Columbus           21            Farm Laborer
[Columbus Bennett Md. M. J. Owens 2/3/1872]

3. Bennett, Thomas H.              27       Shoemaker                        VA
     Sarah  F.                26
      Nancy E.                 6
     Joseph C.                 3
[Not living in Grayson Co., VA in 1860.  Thomas Bennett served in Company C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, enl. 5/21/1863 at
Camp Woodson, AWOL 4/1/1864, WIA at Cloyd's Farm 5/9/1864.  Thomas may have been the s/o an older Thomas
Bennett (b. 1814) and his wife Hannah (b. 1815).  This older Thomas was probably the s/o an even older Thomas
Bennett (b. 1766) and wife Polly (b. 1797.)  Thomas H. Bennett served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA and was
wounded at the Battle of Cloyd's Farm on 5/9/1864.]

705.Bennington, Job           70            No Occupation
         Nancy                64            Keeping House
        Thomas                29            Farmer              400
          John                40            Millwright          1400
    (Cornett) Eliza           32
       William                 9
       Stephen                 7
[John Bennington Md. Eliza M. Cornett, d/o Al. Cornett, 7/26/1860.  This was family 812 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census but not found in the 1850 Grayson Co. Census.  John Bennington served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.  This
family lived in Stone's Chapel Community were they built a grist mill and operated a general store.  Job & Nancy
Bennington's other children were:  Mary b. 1839; Matthew b. 1841.]

565.  Billings, Eli           37            Farmer    500       250          NC
         Polly                25            Keeping House                         VA
         Floyd                 7                                             NC
         Susan                 5
        Bettie                 3
          John              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[Eli Billings, s/o Jasper (age 58, b. 58) & Elizabeth Billings, (age 58, born NC) living in Ashe Co., NC, later Alleghany
Co., NC, family 251, in 1850 census.  The Billings settled along the New River at the Mouth of Brush Creek.  They
discovered silver ore and established the New River Silver Mines in the early 1800s.  They also mined lead here
during the Civil War.  Eli Billings served in Co. I, 61st NC Infantry, CSA.]

547.         Billings, Samuel L.                    29          Farmer    3000 3130         NC
      Caroline                33                                             NC
       John L.                 7                                             NC
    William E.                 4
        Thursa                 2
    Young, Caroline           24
 Sexton, Belsur (f)           25
  Isom, George              18 B            Farm Laborer
[Samuel L. Billings was s/o Charles (b. 1797) & Lydia Billings (b. 1805), household 824 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  See household 599 in Elk Creek 1870 for alternate possibility, perhaps this a duplicate of family 599.
Samuel L. Billings, served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. I, 61st NC Infantry, CSA.  William E. Billings
was a professional distiller and moved to Ashe Co., NC where he died.  Samuel L. Billings served in Co. I, 61st NC
Infantry CSA.  Samuel Billings' siblings included:  Granville Billings b. 1833; Nancy Billings b. 1835; Wesley Billings
b. 1838; Samuel Billings b. 1840; Sally Billings b. 1842; and Betsey Billings b. 1845.]

599.            Billings, Samuel                    29          Farmer    2000 1380
      Caroline                31                                             NC
       John L.                 1
      Florence                 4
    William E.                 2
Long, Caroline                22            Domestic                         NC
[Samuel Billings may be the son of Charles and Nancy Billings, household 824 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
This is a duplicate of household 547, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

505.   Blair, Berry         35 M            Farm Laborer
         Eliza              20 B
     Alexander               2 M
      James W.               1 M
          John               5 B
    Elizabeth             2/12 M            (B. Apr. 1870)

497. Blair, Violett         48 B            Keeping House
      Thompson              17 B            Farm Laborer
        Nelson              15 B
[This family was formerly owned by the Thomas or John Blair families as slaves.]

649.    Bland, Jack           50            Farm Laborer
         Eliza                38
        George                 3
          Mary             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
 Owens, Martha                15
          John                12
         James                10
[James Owens Md. Fannie Shaver, d/o L. Shaver, 2/14/1880.  The Owens children belonged to Jackson (b. 1822)
and Eliza Owens (b. 1830).]

620.           Blevins, Hamilton                    25          Farm Laborer                     NC
        Phoebe                24            Keeping House                         NC
         Sarah                 4                                             NC
     Alexander              1/12            (B. May 1870)                         VA

496.Bobbitt, Joseph           29            Farm Laborer
         Eadie                23
     Elizabeth                 4
         Robt.                 1
 Muncus, Baker                40            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Joseph Bobbitt served in Company E, 45th Virginia Infantry, CSA, not C, as in History of Grayson Co. in Words and
Pictures.  He enl. 5/1861 at Wytheville, captured at Piedmont 6/5/1864, POW at Camp Morton, exchanged 3/4/1865,
living in Carroll Co. in 1903.  Joseph Bobbitt was s/o Charles (b. 1804) and Sallie Bobbitt (b. 1809).  Joseph's
siblings include:  Alexander Bobbitt b. 1829; Andrew Bobbitt b. 1834; Martin Bobbitt b. 1837; George Bobbitt b. 1839;
Samuel Bobbitt b. 1843; Joseph Bobbitt b. 1844; Green Bobbitt b. 1845; Polly Bobbitt b. 1846; Peyton Bobbitt b.
1847; Calvin Bobbitt b. 1828.  This family is likely descended from Carroll Co., VA pioneer settler William Bobbitt.]

635 Bobbitt, Samuel           35            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                35            Keeping House                         NC
        Ruffin                 7                                             NC
         Sarah                 7                                             VA
[Samuel Bobbitt served in Co. E, 45th VA Infantry CSA and was wounded at Kessler's Cross Lanes in 8/1861.  He
may have been the s/o Charles & Sallie Bobbitt -household 304 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

227Bourn, Aney              62 B            Farm Laborer              10
     Margarett              60 B
       Ballard              44 B            Farm Laborer
      Franklin              34 B            Farm Laborer
        Dennis              42 B            Farm Laborer
Newton, Calvin              28 B            Farm Laborer
        Winnie              28 B            No Occupation
         David               5 B
          Mary               3 B
       Ballard               1 B
[This family once belonged to William Bourne of Knob Fork.  Aney was named for her mother whom William Bourne
bought at Richmond when in the State Legislature about 1798.  At William's death, by the provisions of his will, Aney
became the property of his daughter, Mary "Polly" Bourne Dickenson, b. 1/6/1782 d. 4/24/1860, who was widow of
Martin Dickenson (d. 1834).  At Polly's death, Aney went to live among her children, said to number 18, and lived to
be almost 100.  Aney Bourne is buried in the Hale Cemetery on Dr. Moxley's place.]

130.            Bourn, Curtis H.                    43          Farmer         275
  (Clark) Lucy                34
       John S.                14
     George K.                10
  Elizabeth K.                 6
[Curtis Bourn served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA. Curtis Hail Bourn B. 12/8/1826 D. 12/13/1876 Md. Lucy Clark, B.
12/11/1835 D. 11/23/1924.  John Sylvester Bourn B. 12/26/1856 D. 9/5/1888, N/M; George K. Bourn B. 3/13/1861 D.
1/25/1922 Md. (1) Maggie ? and Md. (2) Belle Fritz; Elizabeth K. Bourn B. 11/30/1865 Md. James P. Carrico
12/31/1883, s/o J. S. & L. Carrico.  Another son, William C. Bourn was born 11/22/1871.  Ref. P. 32, Stephen Bourn
and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982, Descendants and Related Families.]

203. Bourn, Ephraim           44            Farmer    1500      476
(Hale, Kissiah R.) Kissy           37
      Margaret                18
      Lindy E.                16
      Rosey A.                14
   Haly F. (f)                12
      Olive P.                 9
      James E.                 5
      Sarah J.                 2
      Mitchell              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
 Sydney J. (m)                 4
        Wm. M.                76
[Ephraim Bourn B.11/27/1826 D. 4/24/1896 Md. Kissiah Hale, 1/27/1851 B. 7/10/1832 D. 11/19/1889.  Ephraim
Bourne served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA.  Margaret Hannah Bourn B. 12/20/1851 Md. James Vaught, s/o And. &
Sidney Vaught 3/18/1875; Malinda Ellen Bourn B. 10/31/1853 Md. Johnson R. Vaughn, B. 4/25/1845 D. 11/8/1905,
s/o Clark Vaughn and Cassie Byrd; Rosa Ann B. 8/15/1855 D. 12/21/1920 Md. James Austin Rhudy 1/29/1874 B.
4/22/1853 D. 3/9/1924, s/o James Austin Rhudy and Catherine Warrick; Mahala Frances Bourn B. 7/30/1857 Md.
Reese Funk on 9/15/1857, s/o A. & M. Funk; Olive P. Bourn B. 3/13/1861 D. 8/6/1957 Md. William M. Rhudy, s/o
Granville H. & Catherine Warrick Rhudy, 3/4/1880 B. 5/6/1858 D. 5/17/1892; James Ephraim Bourn B. 8/16/1864
"moved west"' Sarah Jestin Bourn B. 3/26/1868 D. 8/27/1901 Md. Granville L. Pinion 10/5/1890 B. 10/10/1849 D.
2/3/1911; Mitchell Gleaves Bourn B. 12/14/1869 D. 7/14/1944 Md. Molly E. Rhudy 2/27/1901.  Another child, Louis
Mahlon Bourn B. 9/10/1871 D. 6/26/1959 Md. Catherine Taylor on 2/27/1901 B. 6/4/1877.  Ref. P. 130, Nuckolls,
Ephraim Bourne, Md. Keziah Hale, d/o Lewis B. Hale & Margaret Huddle.  Ref. p. 22, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond
Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

696. Bourn, Geo. W.         40 B            Farm Laborer
        Hannah              25 B            Keeping House
         James               7 B
         Sarah               6 B
         Frank               4 B
          Elin               2 B
       Daniel             1/12 B            (B. May 1870)

131.  Bourn, Hastin           32            Farm Laborer             200
 (Pool) Julina                24            Keeping House
      Emitt K.                 3
       Stephen              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
[Hastin Bourn served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, deserting on 1/25/1863,
returned to duty on 1/4/1864 and deserted again and took the oath of allegiance at Charleston, WV on 1/30/1865.
Hastin Anderson Bourn B. 1/13/1838 D. 3/15/1921, Md. Julia Frances Poole on 6/14/1867, B. 10/27/1848 D.
8/26/1932.  They lived in Grayson and Wythe Co., VA and Mercer Co., WV.  Emmitt Kinley Bourne B. 12/6/1867 D.
8/18/1955, Md. Fannie A. Evans on 11/1/1891 in Mercer Co., WV. Stephen W. "Red Steve" Bourn was killed about
2/11/1910 in St. Louis, MO.  Other children may be found in the Reference.  Ref. P. 34-35, Stephen Bourn and
Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

371.   Bourn, James           69            Farmer    650       1180
 Taylor, Nancy                25
         Gilly                 1
Stephenson, Matilda           16            Domestic
[James Bourn, s/o Stephen "Devil Steve" Bourn and Rosamond Mallory was b. 9/16/1800.  He Md. Matilda C.
Stpehenson on 7/30/1878.  They had two children, George W., B. ca. 1878 and Rosamond Bourn B. ca. 1879.  Ref.
p. 60 Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

523Bourn, Montgomery          31            Farmer    3750      1229
  (Hale) Olive                24
         Lewis                 4
         Nancy                 2
  Hale, Elbert                10            Farm Laborer
[Montgomery Bourn Served in Company F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Ref. p. 53 Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County.
Montgomery Bourn was s/o Stephen Bourne & Patsy Mays.  This Stephen Bourne was s/o William Bourne, Sr. &
Rosamond Jones.  Elbert Hale md. Ellen Vaught b. 1865, d/o J. & A. Vaught, on 11/17/1881.]

522.   Bourn, Sarah           65            Keeping House
      Julia R.                31
        Amanda                25
[Sarah Smith Bourn, d/o John Smith of Sugar Grove, Smyth Co., VA, was the widow of Martin Bourn.  Martin & Sarah
are buried at the Clyde Hale place at Spring Valley.  Other children not at home were:  Talitha Bourn b. 1830; Elbert
Bourn b. 1832 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA; Florence Bourn b. 1834; Julia Ann Bourn b. 1836 who md.
Carson Andis; Cynthia Bourn b. 1838; Jane Bourn b. 1840; and Amanda Bourn b. 1842 who md. L. T. Cooper, s/o
Alex & E. Cooper, 11/27/1879.  Ref. p. 53, Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County.]

177. Bourn, Stephen           74            Farmer    1000      125
(Martin, Amelia) Millie            72
      Rosamond                49            Seamstress
 Porter, Saml.                34            Farm Laborer
  (Bourn) Elizabeth           32
         Robt.                 8
       Stephen                 6
[Stephen "Red Steve" Bourn, s/o Stephen "Devil Steve" Bourn & Rosamond Mallory Md. Millie Martin 1/24/1820.
Stephen Bourn B. 3/12/1796 D. 6/4/1873, Amelia Martin Bourn was B. 10/5/1797 and D. 12/121875.  Saml. Porter
s/o Samuel & Usley Porter Md. Elizabeth B. Bourn d/o Stephen and Millie Bourn 4/5/1860.  Stephen Bourne & Millie
Martin's children were:  Curtis Bourne b. 1826 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA; George Bourne b. 1829
who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA; Hastings Bourne b. 1838 who served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA;
Wiley Bourne b. 1841; and Stephen Bourne III b. 1843 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry and died at Staunton,
VA on 6/5/1862 of pneumonia.  Ref. P. 31 Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and
Related Families for more information.  Samuel Ewing Porter, Jr. b. 3/26/1833 in Wythe Co., VA d. 8/24/1899 and is
buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, Spring Valley.  Samuel Porter, Jr. was s/o Samuel Ewing Porter
and Susannah Welsh.  Samuel Porter, Jr. md. Elizabeth Boles Bourne, d/o Stephen Bourne & Millie Martin in 1860.
Elizabeth was b. 12/25/1834 d. 8/28/1911.  Samuel & Elizabeth's children were:  Robert Kennerly Porter d. 1907
buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, never md.; Stephen R. Porter b. 10/5/1862 d. 8/14/1952 md.
Sarah Martin and is buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery; Samuel Ewing "Nin" Porter, III, b. 1868 md.
Maud K. Fisher, moved to Wythe Co., VA where he died in 1951.]

693. Bourn, William           76            Farmer    3800      1600
  (Johnstone) Polly           73            Keeping House
    Reeves, Mary A.           55            Domestic
      Richmond                 9
         Rufus              14 B            Farm Laborer
         Piper               7 B
 Bourn, Wm. C.                28            Farm Laborer
[This is William Bourne, Jr. younger of William Bourne & Rosamond Jones' two sons born on Knob Fork.  William
Bourne, Jr., b. 5/4/1794 d. 10/15/1882, md. Mary "Polly" Johnstone of NC, b. 6/10/1796 d. 8/3/1879, and lived on
Little Rock Creek near the Point Hope Furnace that his father purchased from Matthew Dickey & Thomas Blair.
William Bourne, Sr. had been owner of a 1/3 interest and later bought the other 2/3rds, becoming the sole owner.  It
is probable that William Bourne, Jr. had something to do with the operation of the Furnace at first, and when the
operation became unprofitable, gave his attention to farming altogether, as he owned over 1000 acres.  William
Bourne, Jr. & Mary Johnstone's children were:  William Bourne who moved to OR; Nannie Bourne who md. Fielden
Hale; Jane Bourne who md. Peyton G. Hale; Malinda Bourne who md. Robert Curren and moved to OR; Rachel
Bourne who md. James P. Waugh; Lucinda Bourne who md. Stephen Freel Nuckolls and moved to Salt Lake City,
UT; Johnstone Bourne who md. Floranza Bourne, d/o Martin & Sarah Bourne, and moved to TX; Lewis H. Bourne
served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry CSA and who md. Julia A. Fulton, d/o Hastings Fulton & Elizabeth
Garrison on 3/12/1857 and moved to NM; William Bourne who never md.; Richmond Bourne served as Captain of
Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA and who md. Mary Wagoner of TN - they moved to Sacramento, CA about 1915; Mary
Ann Bourne b. 1836 who md. Preston Reeves b. 1828, s/o Enoch & Marion Reeves of Ashe Co., NC.]

512.           Bourn, William J.                    32          Farmer    300  200
       Adaline                33
       Charity                10
       Cynthia                 5
         Sarah                 2
       Sophina              1/12            (B. May 1870)
          Jane                65            Weaver
      Margaret                 2
[William J. Bourne may have been s/o William M. Bourne & Hannah Boyer and later moved to Oregon.]

273.           Bourn, William M.                    39          Farmer    400  300
(Boyer) Hannah                75            Keeping House
    Hale, Cena                11            Domestic                         AL
[Wm. M. Bourn, s/o William B. Bourne & Hannah Boyer, Md. E. C. Adams, d/o A. A. & S. A. Adams, 6/20/1871.
Hannah Boyer was d/o William Henry & Elizabeth Boyer, md. William Bourne, s/o Stephen & Rosamond Bourne on
11/3/1825.  William B. Bourne had been md. (1) Polly Byrd, d/o Samuel & Mourning Byrd on 8/6/1818.  William M.
Bourn served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, CSA.  Ref. p. 21-22, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-
1982, Descendants and Related Families.  A good portion of this book is devoted to the descendants of William
Bourn.]

685.            Bowles, Lewis E.                    49          Farm Laborer        400          NC
         Eliza                46            Keeping House                         NC
          Mary                28            Weaver                           NC

462.  Boyer, Daniel           25            Farm Laborer             250
    (Osborne) Lydia           24
  (Zachariah) Leman         6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[Daniel Boyer, s/o John Boyer and Jane Fielder, Md. Lydia Osborne, d/o Zachariah Osborne & Jincy Burton,
2/25/1869.  Daniel Boyer served as a Corporal in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

359.  Boyer, Edmond           32            Farm Laborer        500  200
   (Rhudy) Margaret           26
          Emma                 4
        Mollie                 2
          John              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Edmond Boyer, s/o Stephen Boyer & Nancy McCraw, Md. Margaret Matilda Rhudy 11/22/1860.  Stephen Boyer was
s/o John Boyer & Polly Long.  Polly was d/o William & Catherine Long of Long's Gap, who were pioneer settlers.
Daughter Nancy Alice Boyer B. 9/29/1864 D. 11/16/1864,  Emma Charlotte Boyer B. 4/13/1866 D. 6/11/1900, Md.
Troy Reese Wright 2/25/1885.  Mollie Jane Boyer B. 5/12/1868 D. 5/6/1902, Md. Albert Joseph Wynn 7/14/1884;
John Richmond Boyer B. 2/23/1870 D. 9/3/1905 Md. Anna O'Conner 12/27/1891.  Other children born after the 1870
census were:  Linnie Lenora Boyer B. 9/2/1872 D. 1/7/1927 Md. Fielden Reece Wright, s/o George W. Wright and
Comfort Wyatt, 11/16/1893 @ Rural Retreat, Wythe Co., VA; Lula Boyer B. 9/11/1875 D. 8/30/1963 Md. Philip
Snavely 4/12/1900; William Rhudy Boyer B. 5/11/1881 D. 5/21/1909 in Oklahoma, Md. Bessie Carroll 6/3/1908;
Stephen Wythe Boyer B. 7/11/1883 D. 5/3/1902.  Information from the Family Bible in possession of Fred B. Wright,
Chapel Hill, NC.  Edmond Boyer had a bother, Rush b. 1849.]

132. Boyer, Ephraim           37            Farmer    3000      1100
(Tomlinson) Tobitha C.             25                                        NC
     Walter H.                 3
      Susan C.                 2
      Archy N.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
  Clark, Stephen L.           25            Saddler
           Wm.                16            Apprentice
 Burn, Preston                64            Farmer
[Ephraim Boyer served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA and in the Grayson Co. Militia CSA.  Ephraim Boyer, B.
6/15/1832, s/o Daniel Boyer and Susannah Delp, Md. ca. 1865 Tobitha C. Tomlinson.  Walter H. Boyer probably
died prior to 1880, as did Susan Erna who was born 6/14/1868.  Archibald N. Boyer Md. Lillie Osborne in Grayson
Co. 5/31/1893.]

660.  Boyer, Harvey           22            Farmer    700       200
 (Austin) Mimy                18
         Laura                 2
     Alexander             11/12            (B. Jul 1869)
[Harvey Boyer, s/o Stephen & Polly (Busick) Boyer Md. (1) Mimy (Nancy Jemima) Austin, d/o Wm. Camel &
Elizabeth Jane (Cornett) Austin, 4/4/1867, B. 7/12/1852 D. ca. 1874.  Harvey Thomas Boyer B. 1/24/1847 D.
12/16/1928, Md. (2) Sarah Elizabeth James, 1/27/1875, B. 9/15/1848 D. 4/1/1892, d/o James Yont James & Eliza-

beth Scott, Md. (3) "Lucy" Lenora Austin, 9/22/1892, B. 7/4/1858, d/o William Camel Austin and Elizabeth Jane
Cornett, Md. (4) Mary Victoria Collins, 2/14/1904, B. 4/1/1863 D. 1952, d/o John Collins and Phyllis Hampton.  Mary
was the widow of Reid Collins.  Harvey Boyer operated a ferry on New River on the turnpike from the Furnace Road
down John's Creek to Hampton's Cross Roads for several years.  He also kept an inn in his home for travellers.]

461.    Boyer, Hugh           33            Farmer              255
   (James) Margaret           24
          John                 4
          Reed                 2
       Stephen              1/12            (B. May 1870)
 Phipps, Nelly                12
[Hugh Boyer was s/o John Boyer and Jane Fielder, Md. Margaret James, d/o James Yont James & Elizabeth Scott,
in 1865.  They moved to Madison, NE in 1182 and from there to Cherry Co., NE in 1886, where he died 3/2/1906.
Nelly Phipps, d/o Joseph Phipps & Susannah Busick, md. John Hoffman Gambill s/o J. & J. Gambill, 8/20/1878.  P.
151, Phipps Family of NC and VA, list his parents as Sylvester Gambill and Nancy Jane Burton.  John Gambill and
Nelly Phipps moved to eastern Nebraska.  Hugh Boyer served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

460.    Boyer, John           59            Farmer    2500      1041
(Fielder) Jane                57
      Virginia                23
       John K.                21
       America                17
[John Boyer, eldest s/o Daniel Boyer (1783-1852) and Susannah Delp (1792-1865), Md. Jane Fielder, d/o Dennis
Fielder & Delia Wheeler, 12/20/1836.  Virginia Boyer, Md. Stephen James, s/o James Yont & Elizabeth (Scott)
James; John K. (Ken) Boyer Md. Jincy Phipps d/o John McCleamon & Margaret (Osborne) Phipps, page 128, Phipps
Family of NC and VA.  Other children were:  Hugh Boyer b. 10/21/1837; Leander A. Boyer b. 5/11/1839; Daniel
Boyer b. 1/8/1841; Dennis Boyer b. 8/5/1842 who moved to TX then to NE; Missouri Boyer b. 2/10/1845; Virginia
Boyer b. 3/17/1847; John Kenley Boyer b. 11/22/1848; and America Boyer b. 11/11/1852.]

286.    Boyer, John           94            Farmer    3400      1099         PA
         Nancy                58
        Mahala                52
         Sossy                46
       Tolitha                24
    Churchwell                48                                655
        Amanda                28
     Elbert W.                 3
       Mary E.                 2
       Leander                 1
Hale, Nicholas                24            Farm Laborer
    Washington                12
[This was family 171 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Boyer was Born in PA ca. 1776/7 and md. Polly
Long, d/o William & Catherine Long of Long's Gap.  Nancy, Mahala & Rosamond Boyer never married.  Churchwell
Boyer served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Churchwell & Amanda's children were Elbert W., Mary E. and
Leander.  Leander Boyer Md. Lavania "Ellen" Boyer, daughter of Johnson Boyer & Margaret Stone, see family 287,
below.  Churchwell Boyer served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.  Ref. P. 133, Nuckolls. Churchwell Boyer Md. Amanda J.
Hale, d/o Frank & Elizabeth Hale 1/9/1866.  Tolitha Boyer Md. Johnson Lee Thomas after 1870.  Elbert W. Boyer
Md. Dixie Lee Roberts; Leander Watson Boyer Md. his 1st cousin, Luvenia Ellen Boyer, d/o Johnson and Margaret
Stone 4/26/1892.]

287. Boyer, Johnson           51            Farmer              2131
   (Stone) Margaret           41            Keeping House
       Lavania                16
      Rosamond                14
        Winton                12
          Mary                10
         Ettie              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
           Wm.                21            Farm Laborer
        Samuel                82            Retd. Farmer        3500 1000
[Johnson Boyer, s/o John Boyer and Polly Long Md. Margaret Stone, 6/28/1847.  Johnson Boyer served in the
Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA.  Luvenia Ellen Boyer Md. her 1st cousin, Leander Watson
Boyer, above.  John Winton Boyer Md. Lena E. Hale ca. 1900.  Mary M. Boyer Md. Robert Lee Kirby, s/o Emory and
Ann Kirby 6/26/1887.  Ettie E. Boyer, B. 11/29/1869 Md. Thomas Wingate ca. 1888.  Another child, Elizabeth Martha
Boyer died at age 14 on 2/11/1864.  William McKinley Boyer left Grayson County for "the west."  This was family 169
in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Johnson Boyer served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, and in the Grayson Co.
Militia, CSA.  Samuel Boyer was the youngest s/o William Henry & Elizabeth Boyer, pioneers in Elk Creek.  Samuel
never married so Johnson & Margaret gave him a home in exchange for his land grant on which the present Salem
Methodist Church not stands.]

697. Boyer, Leander           31            Farmer    500       250
(Rector) Susan                19
         Nancy                 3
         Sarah             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
   Owens, John                12            Farm Laborer
[Leander Boyer, s/o John Boyer & Jane Fielder, Md. Susan Rector, d/o Jacob Rector & Mahala Poole.  Leander
Boyer served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  John Owens was s/o Jackson & Eliza Owens.]

53.  Boyer, Stephen           49            Farmer    3000      500
(Busick) Polly                41
      Jonathan                18            Farm Laborer
         Robt.                16            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                14            At School
       Stephen                 9            At School
    Ephraim T.                 7            At School
       Mary J.                 3
     Joseph S.                 1
Davis, Rosy C.                21            Spinner
[Stephen Boyer Md. Polly Boyer, daughter of John Busick & Susannah Barton, 3/30/1844.  Elizabeth Frances Boyer
B. 3/18/1857 D. 11/17/1891 Md. John A. James, s/o John A. & Elizabeth P. (Scott) James, 12/27/1874; Stephen
Boyer Md. Julia A. Lawson 6/11/1882; See The BUSICK FAMILY OF THE NEW RIVER VALLEY, by Jeffrey C.
Weaver for information on this family.  Family #22 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jonathan (Johnce) Boyer B.
12/24/1851, Md. America Wingate 11/7/1876, d/o Wright Wingate and Martha Elizabeth Wyatt.  Robert Boyer B.
4/27/1854 D. 11/10/1934, Md. (1) Sarah Emaline Daniel, B. 9/19/1856 D. 3/27/1893, d/o Eli Daniel and Elizabeth
South 10/12/1876.  Robert Boyer Md. (2) Emma Alverda Elliott 10/23/1893 B. 9/13/1867 D. 10/13/1943.  She was
the daughter of Abram Elliott and Margaret Elizabeth Barton.  Stephen Boyer Md. Julia A. Lawson 7/11/1882.
Ephraim Thomas Boyer, B. 5/15/1863 D. 1/4/1943 Md. (1) Alice Clementine Kirk, 2/26/1886.  Alice Clementine Kirk
was the d/o John Norman Kirk and Jane Wingate, was born 4/15/1868 and died 11/12/1901.  Ephraim Thomas
Boyer Md. (2) Susannah A. Kirk Alexander 8/30/1903.  She was born 9/26/1870, died 7/4/1958, was the daughter of
John Norman Kirk and Jane Wingate, and widow of Joe Granville Alexander.  Ephraim Boyer & Susannah A. Kirk
Alexander migrated to Mullen, NE.  Mary Jane Boyer B. 6/7/1866 D. 1/15/1931 Md. Thomas Warren Carr,
12/31/1882.  He was born 12/13/1853 and died 7/11/1929.  He was the son of Fielden Carr and Nancy Phelps.
Joseph Samuel Boyer B. 5/19/1868 D. 6/9/1942, Md. (1) Pinkie Alexandria Austin 9/1/1890.  She was born
4/20/1876 D. 5/15/1906, daughter of William Camel Austin and Elizabeth Jane Cornett.  Joseph Samuel Boyer Md.
(2) Edna Anna Carter, 5/19/1908, she was b. 9/9/1889 & d. 12/26/1921, and was the daughter of Joseph Charles
Carter & Charlotte Rumehany Gill.  In addition, Stephen Boyer and Polly Busick had Irene D. Boyer who md. Charles
Ulysses Long, s/o Calvin Floyd Long and Mary Elizabeth Kennedy 12/21/1890; and Elmetta Joy Boyer, 11/19/1876
after the 1870 census was taken.  In addition they had sons, Harvey Thomas Boyer and Isaac Boyer who were not
living at home when the 1870 census was taken.  Stephen Boyer was 1st Sgt. of Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry and also
served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

146. Boyer, Stephen           65            Farmer              300
         Nancy                57                                             NC
      Mordicah                30            Farm Laborer
      Jacob W.                22            Farm Laborer
       Rush F.                20            Farm Laborer
  (Hines) Catherine           22
      Virginia              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
[Stephen Boyer, s/o John Boyer & Mary Long, Md. Nancy McCraw, d/o James McCraw & Jane Davis, on 8/21/1832
in Surry Co., NC.  Mordicah Boyer served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Mordicah Fleming Boyer, B. 4/16/1839,
Md. Catherine Hines 11/24/1867, Virginia Boyer is their daughter.  Jacob Winton Boyer B. 2/26/1847 D. 6/24/1901
Md. Martha E. Graham on 7/26/1882.  Rush Floyd Boyer B. 8/25/1849 D 3/18/1924 Md. Susan Carolyn Wright
6/24/1870, d/o Tolbert Wright and Elizabeth Harper.  Family 257 in the 1860 Grayson Co. Census.]

463. Boyer, William           56            Farmer    2500      1845
  (Greer) Catherine           43
      Surafina                15            At School
        Joyciy                13            At School
      Victoria                11
          Mary                 9
(Leona) Livina                 4
       Augusta                 1
[William B. Boyer, (b. 5/14/1814 d. 1888) s/o Daniel Boyer & Susannah Delp Md. Catherine Greer, d/o Shadrach
Greer & Celia Thomas, 10/9/1853 in Ashe Co. NC.  Surphina Boyer Md. Haywood Cox, s/o J. R. & M. Cox,
6/11/1878; Joyciy Boyer Md. Isaac Wingate, s/o Wright & Rachel Wingate, 1/3/1877; Victoria J. Boyer Md. James C.
Austin, s/o W. C. & E. J. Austin; Mary D. Boyer Md. J. W. McBride, s/o W. & C. McBride, 12/19/1878; Leona Boyer,
Md. Daniel Wingate s/o W. & Betsey Wingate, 9/19/1882.  Another son was Granville Boyer, b. 1856 and died
young.]

101.Brackins, Sally           43            Keeping House
      Floyd W.                15
       John A.                14
     Robert M.                12
        Josiah                10
      Henry A.                 7
    Spencer C.                 5
[John A. Brackins Md. Matilda Callahan 9/22/1876.]

515.           Brewer, George W.                    30          Farmer    250  290
       Cynthia                34
          John                10
     George W.                 8
[George W. Brewer served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

271.   Brewer, John           69            Farmer    700       670
(Bedwell) Catherine           57
        Dow L.                14            Farm Laborer
       Rosa E.                 6
[This was family 220 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Brewer md. (1) Celia Elliott, d/o Joseph Elliott, on
11/6/1828.  Their children were:  Joseph Brewer b. 1831 d. 11/11/1915 in Green Co., IN, md. Rachel Catherine
Miller, d/o Isaac & Polly Miller, b. 1832; Stephen Brewer b. 1832; Lucy Brewer b. 1839.  John Brewer md. (2)
Catherine Bedwell on 5/24/1847.  Their children were Dow Brewer who md. S. A. Vaught, d/o Lewis Peyton Vaught &
Melvina Hale, 8/1/1878.]

426.           Brewer, Joseph C.                    38          Farmer    600  300
 (Miller) Rachel R.           37
        Wm. R.                15            Farm Laborer
         Isaac                13            Farm Laborer
         Nancy                12            At School
     Elizabeth                 8
[Joseph Curry Brewer, s/o John Brewer & Celia Elliott, Md. Rachel R. Miller, d/o Isaac & Polly Miller, 9/13/1851.
Nancy Brewer Md. Mitchell Hawk, s/o Mastin & Susan Hawk, 11/25/1880.  Joseph C. Brewer served in Co. C, 63rd
VA, CSA.]

244.            Brewer, Lewis C.                    27          Farm Laborer
      Elisa A.                28
       Mary W.                 4
        Fannie                 3
      Robt. H.              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[Lewis C. Brewer was the son of Mastin Brewer & Elizabeth Phipps who md. on 2/8/1831 and member of Family 316
in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elizabeth Phipps was d/o Isaiah Phipps.  Lewis Brewer served in Co. D, 37th
Battalion VA Cavalry CSA.]

243. Brewer, Mastin           66            Farmer    1100      1219         VA
(Jackson, Elizabeth) Dicey             44                                    NC
         Aaron                16            Farm Laborer
       Stephen                10            At School
   Griffy, Pernelia           11            At School
[Mastin Brewer Md. Elizabeth Jackson, d/o A. Jackson, in 2/1853; Aaron Brewer, Md. Alice Cornett, d/o A. & E.
Cornett, 8/6/1874; Stephen Brewer Md. Lutisha Roberts, d/o L. & Matilda Roberts 12/9/1880.  This was family 316 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Children no longer at home were:  Polly b. 1832; Cynthia b. 1836; Nancy b.
1840; Lewis b. 1843.]

332. Brewer, Samuel           74            Farmer    800       210
(Bedwell) Elizabeth           51
[Samuel Brewer Md. Elizabeth Bedwell, 9/22/1816.  Her age is no doubt in error above and probably was closer to
71 than 51.]

459.Brooks, William           44            Farm Laborer        500  110          NC
         Lydia                42                                             NC
      Columbus                16
          Mary                14
         Rufus                11
         Nancy                 9
       Cynthia                 7
        Joseph                 2
[This family was not in Grayson Co. in 1860.]

624.  Brown, Isaiah         26 B            Farm Laborer
      Margaret              24 B
       John L.               2 B
         Jane             6/12 B            (B. Dec. 1869)

629.   Brown, Jacob           35            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Margaret                19

507.   Brown, James           75            Farm Laborer        470  196
          Mary                32            Keeping House
[Children of James Brown no longer at home were:  Hugh Brown b. 1824; Olly Brown b. 1827 Amanda J. Brown b.
1847 and probably others.]

377.  Bryant, Jason           33            Farmer    300       200
          Mary                32
      Isabella                15            At School
     Jefferson                13
          Levi                12
           Ira                 9
         Sarah                 8
        Alfred                 5
         Olive                 2

495.  Bryant, Lewis           40            Farmer    2500      1497
      Drucilla                35
        Joseph                19            Farm Laborer
     Alexander                17            Farm Laborer
       Stephen                15            Farm Laborer
    (H. Emma) Emily           12
        Madora                 8
        Mintie                 5
          John                 4
         Pearl                 2
      Lewis W.              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)
[Lewis Bryant was s/o Joseph Bryant (b. 1805) & Sarah Hale (b. 1807).  Sarah Hale was d/o Dudley Hale (d. in War
of 1812 at Norfolk) & Nancy Burroughs.  H. Emma Bryant Md. James D. Perkins, s/o John H. & Lucy Perkins,
9/21/1881.  Lewis Bryant served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA as Lt.  He enlisted on 5/29/1861, resigned 5/13/1862
because of hepatitis.  He was 6'2", dark hair and eyes.  Lewis Bryant's siblings were:  William Bryant b. 1832;
Rosamond Bryant b. 1843; Olive Bryant b. 1847; Mayma Bryant b. 1849 and C. C. Bryant.]

388.    Bryant, Wm.           70            Farm Laborer                          NC
   (Hamins) Bethana           54
 Legins, Nancy                35            No Occupation
          Mary                12
          Rosy                 7
[Wm. Bryant, s/o G. & H. Bryant, Md. Bethana Hamins, d/o William & R. Hamins, 1/29/1869.  William Bryant was 1st
md. to Mary G. (b. 1800) who was now apparently dead.  William & Mary G. Bryant's children were:  Mary Bryant b.
1842; George H. Bryant b. 1843; Martin Bryant b. 1845; and Manoah Bryant b. 1837.  Nancy, Mary & Rosa Legins
were Bethana's children by a previous marriage.  Nancy Legens was d/o William Bryant, she Md. (2) Lewis H.
Wright, s/o Jeremiah Wright and Mourning Fielder, 10/3/1872.  Lewis Wright was first Md. to Emaline Hall.]

608.     Bunn, John         27 B            Farm Laborer
         Polly              20 B
        Allice               5 M
        Caezer               4 M
        Ellen             3/12 M            (B. Mar. 1870)

590.            Burchett, Lawson                    49          Farm Laborer        124          NC
     Elizabeth                49                                             NC
     Elizabeth                14                                             NC
        Gideon                15                                             NC
        Lawson                12                                             NC
        Elijah                 1                                             NC
[This family was probably a recent arrival from Alleghany Co., NC.]

206.   Burris, Geo.           54            Farmer    270       550          NC
        Allice                45                                             NC
        Phoebe                25                                             NC
      Jonathan                18            Farm Laborer                          NC
   Francis (f)                13                                             NC
[George Burris was probably the s/o George (b. 1779) and Maria Burris (b. 1790).  Phoebe Burris may have Md.
William Burris, s/o Geo & Mariah Burris, 2/10/1871.]

121.  Burris, Leroy           23            Farm Laborer
  (Hale) Susan                21
        Wm. D.                 1
[Leroy Burris, s/o T. & C. Burris Md. Susan Hale, d/o D. & R. Hale Md. 12/22/1867]

201. Burris, Samuel           24            Farmer Laborer           100          NC
    (Funk) Rosamond           23
      Emory J.                 1
[Samuel J. Burris, s/o Jonathan & P. Burris, Md. Rosamond Funk, d/o Jesse & Sally Funk 10/4/1866.  Samuel J.
Burris served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

208. Burris, Thomas           25            Farm Laborer             100          NC
   (Funk) Mary                30                                             NC
          Jane                12                                             NC
         Shady                 9                                             NC
        Martha                 3
       Matilda                 3
[Thomas Burris, s/o Jonathan & Polly Burris, md. Mary Carolyn Funk, d/o George & Polly Funk, on 11/22/1866.
Thomas Burris served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA, who enlisted on 4/25/1863 and deserted on 6/26/1863 took
the oath on 7/13/1864 and sent to Jeffersonville, IN.]

139. Burris, Thomas           26            Farm Laborer             150          NC
      Nancy C.                30
    Funk, Amelia J.            9
       Geo. W.                 7
Burris, Wm. D.                 1

178. Burris, Thomas           48
   (Pool) Charlotte           47
           Wm.                24
      Jonathan                12            At School
      Julia A.                10            At School
     Alfred F.                 8
        Jestin                 6
   Pool, Annie                37            Domestic            420
[Thomas Burris Md. Charlotte Pool 3/29/1846.  Julia A. Burris Md. James L. Fielder, s/o Thomas & Polly Fielder
3/31/1881.]

275.    Burris, Wm.           42            Farm Laborer             110          NC

572. Burt, James A.           40            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Darcus                33
           Ann                14
     Alexander                13
           Lee                11
           Wm.                 7
    Washington                 4
          John              1/12            (B. May 1870)

297.           Burton, Henderson                    48          Farm Laborer        100
         Susan                43
      Margaret                16            Seamstress
         Rosey                14
         Sarah                12
          John                10
        Amanda                 8
         Robt.                 6
        Thomas                 4
        Jestin                 1
       Mary E.                 5
[Rosey M. Burton, Md. Rufus Hale, s/o F. & E. Hale, 10/2/1876; Sarah Burton Md.  Stephen Cornett, s/o Geo.
Cornett 3/26/1882; John N. Burton, Md. Martha Cornett, d/o A. & B. Cornett, 9/11/1881.  This was family 151 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Burton Henderson served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry and died in Tazewell
Co., VA in 3/1902.]

455.Burton, John A.           38            Farmer    350       391
       Francis                27
      Betty A.                 7
     Henderson                 6
        Mahala                 5
         Nancy                 3
        Martin                 1
   Hale, Sally                32            Seamstress
       Rebecca                14
          Rosy                11
         Fanny                 8
         Susan                 6
[Betty A. Burton Md. Benjamin Phipps s/o Joseph & Susan Phipps, 12/26/1880.  Sally Hale, probably a Burton,
married M. Hale, their daughter, Rebecca Md. John Dunn, s/o C. & S. Dunn of Ashe Co., NC. 4/24/1877.  John A.
Burton served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

444.   Busic, Isaac           51            Farmer    2000      1621
    (Boyer) Francis           50            Keeping House
          Jane                25
          Mary                18
        Daniel                15
    Phipps, Zebedee           10
Jackson, Thos.                 5
  Shupe, Friel                21            Farm Laborer
[Jane Busic Md. Isaiah Rector, s/o Bennett & Susan Rector, 2/15/1871; Daniel John Busic Md. Drucy Emaline Bryant
d/o Stephen J. & Mazie Phipps Bryant 10/31/1875.  Isaac Busic, s/o John Busick and Susannah Barton, Md. Frances
(Frankie) Boyer, d/o Daniel Boyer and Susannah Delp.  This was family 831 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA.
Census.  A son Stephen Busick, age 4, in the 1860, who reasonably should appear above, may have died prior to
this date.  Zebedee Phipps, was probably the son of Joseph Phipps and Susannah Busic, and according to the
Phipps Family of NC and VA, he "died young."  This was family 831 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA. Census.  Isaac
Busick served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

451.    Busic, Troy           26            Farmer    560       371
(James) Francis (f)           26
         Susan                 4
       John P.                 2
 Phipps, Nancy                15
[Troy Busic, s/o John Busick, Sr. and Susannah Barton, Md. Frances James d/o James Yont James and Elizabeth
Scott, per family tradition, no marriage record having been found.  Troy served as a Sergeant in Company K, 51st
Virginia Infantry, CSA and served until the surrender at Appomattox C.H. on 4/9/1865.  John S. (P?) Md. Ellen
Virginia Hart, d/o Robert Hart and Endora Grounds Hart per family tradition.  A daughter, Jennie, born ca. 1872,
married Dan Hanshaw, per family tradition.  Nancy Phipps, above was the d/o Joseph Phipps and Susannah Busick.
She was born 2/20/1856 and died 4/4/1890.  She Md. 2/19/1881 James Moss, B. 10/6/1880 D. 1/29/1942, s/o Emily
Moss.]

561.   Byars, James           24            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Sarah                24            Keeping House                         NC

186.Byrd, Alexander           23            Farm Laborer             350
   (Vaught) Mary J.           26
   Alburty (f)                 2
[Alexander Byrd, s/o Samuel and Martha Byrd Md. Mary Jane Vaught, d/o Andrew & Sydney Vaught, 9/11/1866.
Alvira Byrd b. 9/3/1867 d. 2/20/1920 md. Lewis F. Porter in 1893.  James Lon Byrd b. 7/9/1870 d. 10/8/1929 md.
Madge E. Boyer in 1896.  Alexander Byrd served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves CSA.]

528.      Byrd, Ann           40            Keeping House
          Rosy                22            Weaver
[Ann Byrd was Ann Anderson, d/o Isaac Anderson, who md. William Byrd on 1/27/1844 and was now widowed.  Ann
was actually born ca. 1807 and had two children:  Rosamond b. 1845 d. 9/11/1920 and never md.; and Julia Byrd b.
1850.]

524.  Byrd, Anthony           46            Farmer    1000      720
  (Byrd) Nancy                44
        Julina                21
        Jasper                20
         Saml.                10
          Mary                13
         Milly                 8
         Naomi                 3
[Anthony Byrd b. 4/23/1824 d. in 1899 md. Manarchy Byrd, d/o John Byrd on 9/4/1846.  Manarchy Byrd was b.
2/29/1826 d. 4/24/1881.  Anthony served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry CSA and was wounded at Chickamauga on
9/20/1863.  Their children were:  Johnson Byrd b. 10/1/1847 d. 1/1/1929, who served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves
CSA, and who md. Elizabeth Jane Jones; Julina Byrd b. 3/15/1849 Md. John H. Vaughn, s/o William & E. Vaughn,
6/25/1874; Jasper Byrd b. 4/22/1850 and never md.; James Byrd b. 5/16/1852 d. 4/10/1862; Samuel Kenly Byrd b.
9/27/1854 md. (1) Sarah C. Ward and md. (2) Nora Newland; Mary Ann Byrd, b. 5/29/1857, Md. Nathaniel L.
Vaughn, s/o William & E. Vaughn, 5/17/1877; Milly Frances Byrd b. 9/12/1862 d. 1/22/1905 md. Rush C. Fielder;
Naomi Ellen Byrd md. Jackson M. Poole; and Ally Laurinda Byrd b. 8/23/1873 d. 7/17/1892.  This was family 394 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This was family 394 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Anthony Byrd served
in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

529.  Byrd, Bolling           45            Farm Laborer             100
   (Anderson) Nancy           45
         Isaac                18            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                13            At Home
           Wm.                14
        Thursa                11
       Malinda                 7
[Bolling Byrd md. Nancy Anderson in 1846 in Ashe Co., NC.  Their children were:  Isaac Byrd b. 1848; Sarah
Elizabeth Byrd b. 1850 d. 2/8/1928 md. John Douglas Black in 1881; Leander Byrd b. 1850 md. Susan Frances
Noblett in 1876; William Emmitt Byrd b. 1857 d. 1961 md. Myrtle Matilda Porter in 1923.]

124. Byrd, Charlton           22            Farm Laborer             120
(Straud) Milly                21
         Alice                 2
         James                 1
[Charlton Byrd b. 3/15/1847 d. 3/18/1939, s/o Richard Byrd & Susan Vaughn; Md. (1) Milly Straud (b. 1846 in Smyth
Co.), d/o Jordan Straud & Susan Vaughn Shupe, on 2/1/1866.  His children were:  Alice Byrd b. 1868 md. George F.
Rhudy; James Gordon Byrd b. 1869 md. (1) Eliza A. King md. (2) Virginia Bonham; Mary "Mollie" Byrd b. 1876 d.
1889; Florence Byrd b. 1877 md. Robert Waller; Walter D. Byrd b. 1879 never md. d. in CA; Mallie B. Byrd b. 1881
md. Worlie C. Bonham.  Charlton Byrd md. (2) Cora Martin.  Their children were:  Susan E. Byrd who m.d Edgar Cle-

veland Bourne, s/o June Byrd Bourne; Hallie C. Byrd b. 1889 d. 1851 and md. Wiley F. Carrico; Charlie Byrd b. 1889
never md.; John Byrd b. 1888 d. 1889; and Jack Byrd b. 1891 and never md.]

112.  Byrd, John P.           34            Farmer    500       225
  (Bourne) Alpha J.           29
        Jerome                 9                                             TX
       Geo. F.                 7
         Sally                 3
       Houston                 1
          Jane                35            Domestic
[John P. Byrd served in Company F, 4th VA Infantry CSA and lived in Tazewell Co., VA postwar.  John Patton Byrd
b. 4/16/1836 d. 9/17/1914 md. Alpha Jane Bourne on 6/7/1857.  Alpha Jane Bourne b. 8/3/1841 d. 4/6/1899.  John
P. & Alpha J. Byrd's children were:  Jerome Sullins Byrd b. 9/19/1857 d. 2/24/1920 md. Elizabeth Viola Sprinkle in
1876; George Fleming Byrd b. 3/1/1861 d. 8/25/1931 in WY md. Allen Moore; Sallie Byrd b. 6/11/1867 d. 1/1937 md.
John Andrew Welsh in 1885; Houston McKinney Byrd b. 4/28/1868 d. 1/18/1874; Rush Dallas Byrd b. 7/17/1871 d.
1946; Ida Byrd b. 4/12/1873 d. in MO; Kitty Morrison Byrd b. 3/3/1880 d. 9/6/1951; Cynthia L. Byrd b. 9/20/1882 d.
5/12/1966 md. George Lundon Jackson in 1903.]

175.     Byrd, John           76            Farmer    800
    (Martin) Jinsey           74
        Moriah                58            Spinner
         Eliza                25            Weaver
       Matilda                22            Seamstress
      Molly V.                 2
        Martin                 2
[This was family 392 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Byrd, b. 1793 d. 2/1880, was s/o Willey & Alley
Byrd who gave consent for his son to marry.  Jane "Jinsey" was d/o Mitchell Martin & Jane Clark.  John & Jane's
children were:  Mariah Byrd; Charlotte Byrd b. 1815 md. David Vaughn in 1849; Richard Byrd (family #123 Elk Creek
District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.); Jestina Byrd b. 1/1/1825 d. 3/7/1905 md. William L. Jones in 1848; Martha
P. Byrd b. 5/1/1828 d. 9/14/1919 md. Hosea Litteral; and Thurza Byrd b. 1828 md. Elisha Anderson.  Mariah Byrd b.
1812 d. 1879 never md but had two children - Cynthia Byrd b. 1835 md. Lilburn Bourne; and Eliza J. Byrd b. 1849 d.
1929 who had a child before she married - Mollie Victoria Byrd b. 1/24/1869 d. 3/24/1933.  Mollie md. Robert Bruce
Noblett.  Eliza J. Byrd later md. David Moxley.]

531.   Byrd, Joshua           34            Farm Laborer        150
(Harris) Nancy                31
          Mary                 6
       Alfa M.                 2
[Joshua Byrd was the same as the one living in the family of Richard & Sally (Rhudy) Byrd, # 393 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joshua Byrd served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Joshua Byrd md. Nancy Harris, d/o
Seth & Olive Harris on 7/19/1860.  Joshua & Nancy had another child in Grayson Co., Susan E. b. 3/25/1871, and
then moved the family moved away.  Mary A. Byrd was b. 1864 and Alpha M. Byrd was b. 12/31/1867.]

123.  Byrd, Richard           57            Farmer    400       210
 (Shupe) Susan                54
[Richard Byrd b. 1815 d. 6/5/1890, s/o John Byrd & Jane Martin, Md. (1) Sally Rhudy, 9/1/1835 and md. (2) Susan
Vaughn Shupe, d/o Nathaniel Vaughn and widow of Andrew Shupe.  Richard & Sally Byrd's children were:  Polly Ann
Byrd b. 10/8/1835 d. 1/27/1917 who md. Granville Harrison Vaughn in 1858; Amanda Byrd b. 1838 d. 3/15/1914 md.
James D. Carrico in 1855; Nancy Ann Byrd b. 4/15/1842 d. 1/1/1880 md. Haywood Vaughn in 1859; Joshua Byrd b.
1841 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA enlisting on 6/13/1861 and was mortally wounded at Chan-

cellorsville, VA on 5/3/1863 and died on 5/12/1863; Stephen Byrd b. 1842 d. 5/12/1863 in Chance Horseville, CA;
Elizabeth Matilda Byrd b. 1845 md. & divorced James C. Jones in 1866; James Charlton Byrd b. 1844 and living in
household #124, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census;  Charlotte Byrd b. 1847.  Children of Richard
Byrd and Susan Shupe were:  and Malinda Frances Byrd b. 1851 who md. John Floyd Ham and moved to WV.  This
was family 393 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

187.   Byrd, Samuel           43            Farmer    1800      700
(Rhudy) Martha                40
       Matilda                18
  Rhudy, Betsy                85            No Occupation
         Nancy                50            No Occupation
[Samuel F. Byrd served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Samuel Byrd Md. Martha Rhudy b. 10/18/1825 d. 7/5/1876,
d/o Jacob (b. 1781) & Elizabeth Rhudy (b. 1785) on 8/15/1846.  An additional daughter, Evaline D., B. 5/18/1856 and
D. 2/1855 of bronchitis.  Betsey, also known as Elizabeth was widow of Jacob Rhudy and mother of Martha.  Nancy
Rhudy apparently never married.  Samuel Byrd md. (2) Elizabeth Crawford in 1877.  Samuel & Martha Byrd's
children were:  Alexander Byrd (see family #186, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census); Matilda Carol
Byrd b. 11/25/1850 d. 6/15/1927 md. John Cooley Carrico and are buried in the Providence Cemetery; Eveline Byrd
b. 5/20/1854 d. 2/5/1855; and James G. Byrd b. 1/1/1856 d. 5/23/1859.]

111.   Byrd, Samuel           75            Farmer    1500      375
   (Wheeler) Mallia           69
[Samuel Byrd, b. 1785 d. 11/1870, s/o Samuel Byrd & Mourning Gilbert, Md. Permelia "Milly" Wheeler 11/12/1818.
She was b. 21/26/1798 d. 1/10/1881.  This was family 395 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Their children
were:  Zilpha Byrd b. ca. 1819 d. ca. 1850 and was 1st wife of Anderson Swinney; David Byrd b. 1822 d. 1903 md.
(2) Jane Carrico; Anthony B. Byrd md. (1) Monarchy Byrd and Md. (2) Lucy Clark; Lorinda Byrd b. 1829 md. John E.
Wysong in 1852; Charles Jones Wheeler Byrd md. Rebecca Carrico; Samuel F. Byrd b. 1834 d. 6/10/1862 of
disease at Staunton, VA while serving in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA; John Patton Byrd b. 4/16/1836 d. 9/17/1904
(see family #112, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census); Cena Jane Byrd b. 1839 d. ca. 1897 md.
Lafayette Randolph Wysong; George N. Byrd b. 1841 d. 5/4/1863 of wounds received at the Battle of Chancell-

orsville on 5/3/1863 while serving in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA.]

352.            Callahan, Edward                    33          Farm Laborer   100
(Wright) Sally                33
         Susan                13
          John                10
          Mary                 8
         Ellen                 4
         James                 7
         Betty              7/12            (B. Sep. 1869)
[Edward Callahan Md. Sally Wright, d/o Isom and Susannah Wright, 7/1/1856.  John F. Callahan, Md. Lucy Delp, d/o
L. & B. Delp 12/27/1882; Mary J. Callahan, perhaps Md. L. P. Sexton, s/o John & C. Sexton, 9/7/1881.  Family 96,
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Edward Callahan served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry CSA.  Edward
Callahan and family moved to Smyth Co., VA then to WV and then to the west.]

22.            Callahan, Geo. W.                    35          Minister        300         NC
      Annie E.                23                                             NC
       Geo. R.                 5                                             NC
        Sallie             11/12            (B. July 1869)
[Family not living in Grayson Co., VA in 1860.]

224. Callahan, Hugh           29            Farm Laborer             100
 (Hale) Elvira                32
Hale, James L.                15
Hale, Nancy J.                13
 Hale, Cena V.                11
  Hale, Elbert                 9
Callahan, John                 7
         Jacob                 6
        Wm. F.                 2
[Hugh Callahan, s/o Mark (b. 1804) & Jestin Callahan (b. 1814 in NC), Md. (1) Elvira Hale, d/o Fountain & Serena
Hale 1/12/1863.  Hugh Callahan md. (2) Drucy Poole, and a son, Boge, still lives in Grayson Co., VA in 1992; Hugh
Callahan md. (3) Nora Fields went west and died somewhere in Texas.  Hugh Callahan served in Company F, 4th
Virginia Infantry and in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry CSA.  Hugh's siblings were:  William Callahan b. 1843
served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry and md. Nancy Wright, d/o Isom & Susan Wright, on 12/31/1861; Thomas b. 1845;
Ezekiel b. 1848; George b. 1853; Charles b. 1856 and Mariah b. 1859.  They settled in the Fallville Community.]

594.            Calloway, George                    23          Farmer    1000 275
         Susan                29
          John             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)

595.          Calloway, Marshall                    43          Farmer    2000 930          NC
          Mary                45
        Mahala                14
         Lydia                14
        Phoebe                11
          Kate                 9
[Lydia Calloway Md. S. B. Myers, s/o Jesse & E. Myers, 10/20/1878.  This was family 819 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.  A M. M. Calloway is on the 1898 Grayson Co., VA Confederate Veterans list as having served in Co. C,
8th VA Cavalry, CSA but has not been found on muster rolls.]

576.           Calloway, William                    46          Farmer    600  340          NC
         Sarah                44            Keeping House                         NC
     Elizabeth                19            At School
         Polly                11            At School
        Martha                 9
[William Calloway was oldest s/o Isaac (b. 1798) and Catherine Calloway (b. 1803).  William Calloway served in the
Grayson Co., VA Militia, CSA.  Polly Calloway Md. E. A. Anders, s/o Thos. & S. Anders, 2/7/1878; Martha Calloway
Md. Harvey Porter s/o A. H. & C. Porter, 5/11/1881.  This was family 790 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Wm.
Calloway served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  William Calloway's siblings were:  Alexander Calloway b. 1827;
Andrew J. Calloway b. 1830; Elizabeth Calloway b. 1829; and Isaac F. Calloway b. 1832.]

520.Campbell, Sarah           60            Keeping House            500          NC
        Elvira                50            No Occupation                         NC
[This was family 419 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

405. Cannoy, Barney           33            Farmer    1200      793
 (Cornett) Sarah J.           31
     Elizabeth                19
        Linnia                19
          John                65            Farm Laborer
          Mary                10
       Geo. W.                 8
       John C.                 4
Jackson, Moses                28            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Barney B. Cannoy, s/o John Cannoy (b. 1805) & Evey Hackler (b. 1806) who md. on 7/15/1833, Md. Sarah J.
Cornett, d/o Hazel Cornett & Catherine Warrick, 1/29/1858.  John Cannoy was probably the s/o or gs/o Barneybus
Cannoy who d. 1821.  Mary C. Cannoy Md. L. J. Funk, s/o Jesse & Sarah Funk, 8/12/1882; George W. Cannoy Md.
Sophrona Cornett, d/o J. C. Cornett, 8/18/1882; Moses Jackson Md. Elizabeth Hale, d/o Jacob & Lucinda Hale,
8/11/1870.  Barney Cannoy served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  John & Eve Cannoy's other children
were:  Polly Cannoy b. 1834; Catherine Cannoy b. 1836; Barney B. Cannoy b. 1838; Sally Cannoy b. 1839; Peter C.
Cannoy b. 1840; Jacob Cannoy b. 1841; Elizabeth J. Cannoy b. 1843; and John C. Cannoy b. 1845 wash was
employed by Moses Jackson in 1870.]

404.  Cannoy, Peter           29            Farmer    400       300
    (Cornett) Polly           28
         James                 3
         Sarah                 1
    Hale, John                17            Farm Laborer
[Peter Cannoy, s/o John Cannoy & Eva Hackler, Md. Polly L. Cornett d/o Hazle Cornett & Catherine Warrick,
12/17/1860.  Peter Cannoy served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

363. Carrico, Aaron           29            Farmer    350
 (Cornett) Rosamond           26
         Laura                 7
[Aaron Carrico served in the Grayson Co., Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA.  Aaron G. Carrico. b. 1841 d.
1872, s/o James C. Carrico & Elizabeth Shuler probably md in NC to Rosamond E. Cornett b. 1845 d. 1895, d/o
Alfred Cornett & Elizabeth Russell.  Alfred & Elizabeth moved to Wilkes Co., NC and Elizabeth is buried in the New
Covenant Baptist Church Cemetery.  After Aaron's death, Rosa moved to Wilkes Co., NC and md. Joe J. Gambill.
Aaron & Rosa's children were:  Laura E. Carrico who m.d Benjamin R. Spicer in Wilkes Co., NC; Virginia D. Carrico
who md. Nathan Harden Gambill, Jr. s/o Nathan Hardin Gambill & Sailla Kennedy; and Emerson H. Carrico who may
have moved to Seattle, WA.  Rosamond also had twins, Elisha & Robert Gambill.]

509.             Carrico, Barney                    60          Farmer    250  226
  (Long) Celia                58
          Levi                16            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                10
[Barney Carrico Md. Celia "Seby" Long, s/o Samuel Long & Molly Cornett, 2/28/1833.  Samuel Long was s/o William
Long, Sr. of Long's Gap.  Barney may have been the s/o Abel Carrico & Peggy Wells.  This was family 668 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Children no longer at home were:  Margaret J. Carrico b. 1833; Lewis J. Carrico b.
1835; Fielden H. Carrico b. 1840 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA; Emanuel J. Carrico b. 1843 who
served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA and possibly others.  Levi Carrico Md. Charity Phipps, d/o James and Adaline
Phipps, 1/6/1875.]

335. Carrico, Creed           22            Farm Laborer             175
(Shuler, Mourning) Emaline             17
        Elbert              5/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Creed N. Carrico, s/o Sims & Susan Carrico, Md. Mourning Emaline Shuler, d/o A. & H. Shuler 2/12/1869.  Sims
Carrico b. 1814 d. 1880, s/o Peter Carrico a pioneer settler on Stephen's Creek who md. (1) Rebecca Hanks and
md. (2) Margaret Rhoten.  Creed Carrico may have served as 3rd Lt. in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry CSA.]

501.            Carrico, Emanuel                    26          Farm Laborer   200  120
[He was the s/o Barney Carrico & Celia Long.  He served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.]

327.Carrico, Gordon           27            Farmer    150       250
       Thursey                22
        Joseph                 4
        Amanda                 3
        Wm. A.                 2
[Member of Household 57, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, son of Stephen and Jane Carrico.  Gordon Carrico
served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, Co. K,  51st VA Infantry and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  Gordon K.
Carrico was s/o Stephen (b. 1814) & Jane Carrico (b. 1820).  Gordon Carrico md. Thurza J. Delp, d/o Levi &
Elizabeth Delp on 11/3/1864.  Gordon Carrico's other children were:  Susan Carrico b. 1845; Mary Carrico b. 1846;
and George Carrico b. 1847.]

365. Carrico, James           56            Farm Laborer        100
 (Shuler) Elizabeth           59
[James Carrico md. Elizabeth Shuler, b. 3/17/1812 d. 4/11/1885, d/o Michael & Charity Shuler, on 2/23/1836.
Probable that is same as James in Household 31 in 1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.  James C. "Jimmy" Carrico b.
4/15/1815 d. 4/24/1884 was s/o Peter (b. 1772 d. 12/27/1865) & Nancy Carrico (d. 5/1850, age 75).  Peter Carrico
was s/o Abel & Nancy Carrico.  Peter's wife is thought to have been Nancy Wilkerson, b. in NC.  Peter & Nancy
Carrico had 11 children, who were:  Delila Carrico; Sarah Catherine Carrico who md. Joel Mallory; Martha Carrico;
Elizabeth Carrico; Mary Carrico; Melvina Carrico; Stephen Carrico; James Carrico; and Harold Carrico who moved to
Lawrence Co., OH; and Sims Carrico.  James & Elizabeth had 3 children:  Sarah Caroline Carrico who md. Stephen
Herrington; Aaron Carrico; and Miles Clark Carrico.]

450. Carrico, Lewis           57            Farmer    714       623
(Moss) Mary C.                42            Keeping House                         NC
          Rosy                14
       Charity                12
      Columbus                 6
[Lewis Carrico, s/o A. Carrico, Md. Mary C. Moss, d/o J. Moss, 5/20/1853.  Their children were:  Rosamond "Rosy"
Carrico Md. Enoch Ward, s/o David & Minerva Ward, on 3/8/1872 and are buried on the Wells Ward Farm in Saddle
Creek; Sarah Carrico md. William J. Red, b. 1847, s/o William Red; Nathan Carrico b. ca. 1840; Charity Carrico who
md. James Monroe "Little Jimmy" Poe, s/o William & Peggy Poe; in 1887 who in turn md. (2) Isabella Hash; a son
Jonathan Carrico d. at age 2.  This was family 654 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This was family 654 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

499.            Carrico, Lucinda                    58          Keeping House       100
[She lived on upper Rock Creek near the location of an older Lewis Carrico's farm.]

366.           Carrico, Miles C.                    27          Farmer    240  200
         Nancy                29
         James                 4
         Ettie                 1
[Probable that is M. C. Carrico of Household 31, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, and was s/o James & Elizabeth
Carrico.  Miles C. Carrico served in the Grayson Co., Militia.  Miles C. Carrico md. Mary Perkins, d/o Joseph Perkins,
on 4/7/1866.  Nancy above may be a second wife, or a misinterpretation of the schedule or an error on the census
takers part.  Miles C. Carrico served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

510.Carrico, Nathan           30            Farmer              228
          Mary                27
         Lewis                 4
       Charity                 1
[Nathan Carrico served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enl at Wytheville 5/29/1861, sick 9/1861, received clothing 4th
quarter 1864.  Nathan was s/o Lewis Carrico & Mary C., his wife, who lived in household #450, Elk Creek District,
1870 Grayson Co., Census.  He lived near Barney & Sibby Carrico near Little Peach Bottom Creek near the present
town of Independence on land which was part of the Samuel Long land grant.]

706.           Carrico, Robt. F.                    23          Farm Laborer         75
   (Taylor) Purlina           24            Keeping House
       William                 1
[Robt. F. Carrico, Md. Purlina J. Taylor, d/o D. & S. Taylor, 7/28/1867.  Robert Carrico was s/o Harvey & Nancy
Carrico.  Harvey Carrico was s/o William Carrico, Jr. and Martha Stephenson who divorced or separated as he md.
(2) Elizabeth Louise Fortner (b. 1816) on 12/28/1853.  The court declared all 3 children of William Carrico & Louise
Fortner illegitimate and not entitled to a portion of his estate, but Louise sued for a portion.  William Carrico, Jr. was
s/o Rev. William Carrico, the pioneer.  Robert F. Carrico's siblings were:  William Carrico b. 1836; Matilda Carrico b.
1839; Margaret Carrico b. 1843; Marshall Carrico b. 1845; Robert Carrico b. 1848; and Martha Carrico b. 1850.]

500.            Carrico, Ruth A.                    31          Keeping House
        Wm. A.                 5
        Fannah              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
[She lived in the Upper Rock Creek settlement where Lewis Carrico once lived in the early 1800s.  Upper Rock
Creek has its source on Point Lookout Mountain where other Carrico families lived.]

324.  Carrico, Sims           52            Farmer    1240      400
         Susan                52
       Lucinda                25
       John F.                18
        Monroe                14
    Marion (M)                10

349.            Carrico, Stephen                    55          Farm Laborer        500
          Jane                47
          Geo.                21
         Nancy                17
     Wilkerson                15
         Rufus                13
       Johnson                11
Sutherland, Francis (m)            38       Farmer    2500      775
    (Carrico) Susan           25            No Occupation
        Elbert              1/12            (B. May 1870)
         Sarah                 9
[This was family 57, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen Carrico, d. 1875, was s/o Peter Carrico & Nancy
Wilkerson.  Stephen & Jane Carrico's other children were:  Gordon K. Carrico b. 1843; Susan Carrico b. 1845; and
Mary Carrico b. 1846.  George M. Carrico perhaps Md. M. E. Robbins, d/o D. F. & R. Robbins, 10/29/1872; Nancy
Carrico Md. Eli Hall, s/o Robt. & E. Hall, 3/15/1879; Rufus S. Carrico Md. Louisa Reid 1/30/1880.  Stephen Carrico
served as Corporal in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves CSA.  Francis Marion Sutherland b. 11/15/1831 d. 7/27/1917 was s/o
John Sutherland & Rhoda Isabella Johnson, md. Susan Elalee Carrico, b. 9/25/1844 d. 2/13/1919, d/o Stephen
Carrico.  John Sutherland was s/o Alexander Sutherland the pioneer.  They are buried in the Ward Sutherland Cem.
Their children were:  Elbert Winston Sutherland b. 1870 d. 1912 md. Emma Wright; Foy Hix Sutherland b. 1872 d.
1948 md. Jacey Rhudy; Orville A. Sutherland b. 4/19/1875 d. 9/1932 md. Virginia Wampler b. 1875 in Wythe Co.;
John Friel Sutherland b. 6/19/1877 d. 12/27/1887; Kelly McBride Sutherland b. 10/20/1879 d. 6/16/1959 md. Ellen
Carrico b. 6/25/1881 d. 7/10/1954; Samuel Crockett Sutherland b. 8/2/1882 d. 1/4/1965 md. Mattie Wright b. 1894 d.
1977; Effie V. Sutherland b. 12/5/1885 d. 5/18/1974; and Lettie Sutherland b. 4/25/1890 d. 4/25/1977 md. J. Sam
Bedwell.]

534.            Carson, Robt. F.                    43          Farmer    3500 590          NC
(Edwards) Mary                28                                             WV
       Anna B.                 4                                             VA
 Scott, George              12 B
[Robt. F. Carson Md. Mary K. Edwards, d/o Cox & Violet Edwards, 8/5/1858.  Robert Carson, was probably the son
of Andrew and Margaret Carson, emigrants from Ireland.  This family was family 61, in Ashe Co., NC, area now
Alleghany Co., NC in the 1850 census.  Robert F. Carson, served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

521.          Carson, William A.                    50          Farmer    3000 687          NC
       Rebecca                76            House Keeper                          NC
   Wilcox, Adolphus           23            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Julia                18            No Occupation                         VA
      Augustus                20            Farm Laborer                          NC
 Carson, Eliza              30 B            Domestic                         NC
         Julia               5 B                                             VA
      Columbus               8 B                                             VA
    Thompson, Abner           59            Clerk in Store           1400
[This was family 418 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Adolphus Wilcox was s/o Henry Wilcox and he and
family were tenants on William A. Carson's farm.  Julia & Augustus Wilcox were siblings of Adolphus.]

170.Catron, Ephraim           40            Farmer    400       200
     Elizabeth                40            Keeping House
      Margaret                11
     Deloma A.                 9
      Susan C.                 7
     Calvin A.                 6
     Elbert W.                 4
      Henry F.                 2
      Sarah J.              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
Warrick, Annie                45            Domestic
[Deloma A. Catron Md. James G. Hounshell, s/o James & M. Hounshell 1/15/1877.  This was family 254 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  An E. Catron served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Other children who may have died
young were:  William M. Catron b. 1854; Thurza E. Catron b. 1856; and Alice Catron b. 1859.]

345. Catron, Joseph           58            Farmer    900
(Hackler) Elizabeth           57
       Johnson                26
         James                14
[Family 39, 1860, Grayson Co., VA.  Joseph Catron Md. Elizabeth Hackler, d/o Peter Hackler, 5/13/1833.]

164.  Catron, Peggy           64            Keeping House            100
     Harvey V.                10
[Peggy Catron was probably mother of Peter Catron in household 165 Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

165.  Catron, Peter           44            Miller    1900      300
     Elizabeth                46
      James W.                20            Miller
Francis A. (F)                 7
     Martha M.                17            No Occupation
[This was family 302 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James W. Catron may have been the one who md. M.
H. Edwards, d/o W. & L. Edwards on 3/16/1870.  M. H. Edwards may be Martha M. Catron, the last entry of this
household.]

344.            Catron, Peter K.                    30          Farmer    800  550
   (Stone) Caroline           27
      James W.                 9
      Sarah J.                 7
       John M.                 3
       Johnson              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
[Family 42 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Peter K. Catron, s/o Joseph & Elizabeth Catron, Md. Caroline R. E.
Stone, d/o John & Nancy Stone, 3/15/1859.  Siblings of Peter K. Catron were:  Lucinda Catron b. 1834; Stephen A.
Catron and Johnson C. Catron b. ca. 1850.  Peter K. Catron served in the Grayson Co., Militia, and in Co. C, 63rd
VA Infantry, CSA.]

168.Catron, Stephen           21            Farm Laborer
   (Hawk) Elizabeth           23
          John                 2
        Winton                 1
[Stephen Catron, s/o William & M. Catron, Md. Elizabeth M. Hawk d/o J. & T. Hawk 3/26/1867.]

611.Caudle, William           23            Farmer    200       200
         Sarah                21
      Susannah                 3
         Laura                 1
        Fannie                21            Domestic

596.Childers, Hiram           27            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Tincey                23            Keeping House                         NC
        Joseph                 2
     Elizabeth                 1

610. Choate, Joshua           34            Farmer    1000      345          NC
         Peggy                32                                             NC
         Nancy                15
           Wm.                12
          John                 9
        Martha                 8
       Richard                 6
         Sarah                 4
       Charity                 2
[This was family 1423 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joshua S. Choate served in the Grayson Co. Militia,
CSA and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA.]

492.   Choate, Natt         50 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Betty              21 B            Cook
(Cressie?) Christina        18 B
          Jane              14 B
       Evalina              12 B
       John E.               8 B
[Cressie Choate Md. Carter Brown, s/o Renia Brown, 12/27/1874.]

645.Choate, Spencer         50 B            Farm Laborer
        Jestin              40 B            Keeping House
        Hannah              15 B
       Rebecca              13 B
         Fanny              12 B
            Wm               8 B
 Edwards, John               9 B
       Lucinda              30 B            Farm Laborer
 Bourn, Hannah              62 B            Nurse

18.   Clark, Andrew           69            Saddler   400       200
 (Larrow) Elizabeth           58
    William J.                39            Saddler   600       200
      Maria B.                21            (Married 3/1870)
[Marriage of William and Mana B. not recorded in Grayson Co., VA marriage register.  This was family 748 in the
1850 and family 1227 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA census.  William J. Clark served in Company K, 51st VA Inf.,
CSA.  Andrew Clark, s/o Stephen Clark, Sr., was also a physician and md. (1) Della Fielder on 3/20/1826 and md.
(2) Elizabeth Larrow (LaRue) on 3/1/1849.  See also Elk Creek District Family 5, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

379.    Clark, Hugh           29            Farm Laborer             100
(Perkins) Lucy                25
     Curtis S.                 6
           Wm.                 3
[Hugh Clark, s/o Sylvester Clark & Sarah Cannoy, Md. Lucy Perkins, d/o Timothy Perkins, Jr. & Susannah Greear,
4/10/1863.  Hugh Clark served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  Sylvester Clark md. Sarah Cannoy d/o
Jacob Cannoy on 4/25/1833.  Sylvester & Sarah Clark's other children were:  Catherine Clark b. 1834; Lucy Clark b.
1836; Peyton Clark b. 1838; Elizabeth Clark b. 1842; Stephen Clark b. 1844; and Andrew Clark b. 1846.]

5.   Clark, Stephen           44            Hotel     500       200
(Hale) Jane D.                45
     Walter B.                 6
      James O.                 3
Hale, Jeremiah                74            Wagoner   100       150
(Bedwell) Charlotte           55
  Bland, Emily                14            Domestic
Nelson, Joseph                25            Hustler
    Hicks, James F.           40            Cabinet Maker                         NC
  Cecil, James                25            Teacher   1000                   VA
[Ref. P. 112, Pioneer Settlers of Grayson Co., VA by B.F. Nuckolls.  Stephen Clark Md. Jane D. Hale, d/o Jeremiah
Hale, in 9/1848.  Rev. Jeremiah Hale s/o Richard Hale md. (1) Susan White and md. (2) Charlotte Bedwell, d/o
James Bedwell, Md. 10/18/1860.  Family 1385 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen Clark was 2nd Lt. in
Co., K, 51st VA Inf.; James F. Hicks was a widower with two small children:  Isaac Hicks, b. 1856, and living in the
home of James M. Elliott; and George W. Hicks. b. 1869 living in the home of Sarah J. Durham.  James F. Hicks, s/o
E. & E. Hicks, md. (2) Mollie C. Wright, d/o C. & O. Wright, on 2/1/1874.]

486.           Clarkson, Russell                  46 B          Farm Laborer                     NC
       Harriet              47 B            Keeping House                         NC

171.  Cline, Rachel           35            Keeping House
        Wm. R.                14
      Cenia A.                11
         Peter                 8
[Rachel was the widow of George W. Cline.  George Cline served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA; Cenia (Sina) Md.
John F. McBride s/o W. & C. McBride 2/15/1879.  This was family 275 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This
family was probably from Wythe Co., VA.]

483.   Cole, Isaiah           26            Farmer    350       100
         Nancy                22
    William E.                 2
         Lanny              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
[Isaiah Cole served in Company K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  This family lived in the Chestnut Hill Community.  Isaiah was
s/o James Cole (b. 1805) & Lydia Howell (b. 1806.)]

504.    Cole, James           63            Farmer    400       100
 (Carrico) Margaret           37
          Mary                13
         James                 6
         Celia                 2
Hawks, Matilda                32
[James Cole, s/o Charles & Sarah Cole, Md. (1) Lydia Howell 3/1/1826, Md. (2) Margaret J. Carrico, d/o Barney &
Celia Carrico, on 11/17/1859.  This was family 666 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  Other children not at home
were:  William Cole, b. 1830 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA; Elizabeth Cole b. 1837; Levi Cole b. 1841;
Andrew Cole b. 1844; and Isaiah Cole, b. 1845 (see family 483, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Matilda Hawks was d/o Abraham Hawks.]

502.  Cole, Johnson           30            Farm Laborer
       Emaline                24
  Wiley, James                 5
        Elbert                 2
Owens, Geo. W.                14            Farm Laborer
[Johnson Cole may have been s/o James Cole & Lydia Howell.]

476.Collins, Hannah         48 B            Washing
       Lucinda              45 B            Domestic

714.  Collins, Jane         25 B            Keeping House
     Alexander               6 B
       Anthony               4 B
      Phyllis             6/12 B            (B. Dec. 1869)

713.           Collins, John Jr.                    34          Farm Laborer        150
       Phyllis                34
      Missouri                11
          Mary                 8
        Andrew                 4
[John Collins, Jr. served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

703.  Collins, Joel           35            Farmer    500       100
    (Poole) Matilda           28
       Chapman                 6
         Sarah                 2
[Joel Collins served in the Confederate Army.  Joel Collins, s/o Elijah Collins (b. 1802) and Mary Ann Cox (1817),
md. Matilda Poole, d/o Ferguson Poole, but record for marriage has not been found.  Elijah Collins s/o John Collins
(b. 1776 in PA) md. Mary Ann Cox, d/o James Cox & Sally Fielder (b. 1790) on 1/5/1815.  Mary They lived on Rock
Creek where he owned and operated a grist mill which he made with wooden gears, and when washed away in a
flood, he rebuilt it.  After some neighbor trouble ne moved to Carroll Co. and bought 1000 mostly wooded acres east
of Fisher's Peak.  Joel Collins d. on 9/3/1880 of appendicitis and was buried in a homemade coffin and buried on a
mountain top in Carroll Co.  Joel Collins' siblings were:  Sally Collins b. 1832; Joel Collins b. 1834; Darcus Collins b.
1835; Ezra Collins b. 1836; John Collins b. 1838; James Collins b. 1839; Emily Collins b. 1841; Mary Collins b. 1842;
Mahlon Collins b. 1844; Randolph Collins b. 1848; Pauner Collins b. 1850; Kenly Collins b. 1852; Houston b. 1854;
and Andrew Collins b. 1855.  Joel Collins served in Co. D, 30th Battalion VA Infantry, CSA and later moved to Carroll
Co., VA.]

35.Collins, John E.           28            Works at Farming    137
      Nancy C.                24
       Reed E.                 3
          Dore                 1
    Stephen L.              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
       Geo. W.                17            Works at Farming
[John E. Collins served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  John E. Collins was s/o Joel Collins & Matilda Poole, see
family #706, Elk Creek District 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

650.Collins, Mahlon           24            Farm Laborer
   (Hackler)  Polly           24
[Mahlon Collins was the likely the s/o Elijah & Margah Collins, who md. Mary A. Hackler on 2/18/1869.]

375. Comer, Abigail           54            Keeping House            160
[Abigail Comer was d/o John P. Comer b. 1787 and Sally Holland who were md. on 1/27/1807.  In 1850 Grayson
Co., VA Census shows Catherine Comer (b. 1770 according to that record) was living in John P. Comer's household
and was likely his mother.  Abigail Comer's siblings were:  Harvey Hicks Comer who md. Elizabeth Bourne on
12/13/1827; John P. Comer, Jr. who md. (1) Lucy Poole and md. (2) Susannah Greer Perkins; Nancy Comer b. 1820
who md. Jacob Hackler; Elizabeth Comer who md. a Wright; Lucinda Comer who md. George Funk; Abigail Comer;
Comfort Comer who md. Fielden Harrison; Rebecca Comer who md. Johnson Parks; and Sally Comer who md. Ned
Callahan.  John P. Comer was s/o John Comer, Sr. (b. 7/1753 d. before 1836) who md. Catherine Elizabeth Dove b.
1762 in PA and said to have been the widow of a sea captain.  Catherine d. 9/17/1865 at age of 103-7.  John Comer,
Sr. & Catherine Dove's children were:  John P. Comer b. 1782; Amy Comer who md. George Washington Rhudy;
Jonathan Comer who md. Rebecca Parsons on 6/26/1820; Stephen Comer who d. ca. 1861; Samuel Comer; and
Richard Comer.]

412. Comer, John H.           44            Farmer    800       200
         Sarah                38
    Thomas. R.                16
        Wm. L.                14
       Lucy H.                12
    Charles E.                 9
         Delia                 8
       Malinda                 5
          Mary                 2
         James                 2
[John H. Comer was working for John Stone in 1850 and was likely the s/o Jonathan (b. 1795) and Rebecca Comer
(b. 1800) who had a son John b. ca. 1826.  Jonathan Comer was probably s/o the pioneer John Comer, Sr.  Lucy H.
Comer Md. David B. Rozinbaum s/o David & Hannah Rozinbaum, 1/5/1877.  John H. Comer served in Co. K, 51st
VA Inf. and in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  John H. Comer probably had a sister Martha Comer b. 1834 and
brother Stephen b. 1831.]

376.    Comer, John           56            Farmer              340
   (Greer) Susannah           52
         Sarah                28
          Mary                26
    Temperance                20
        Wm. T.                19            Farm Laborer
        Martha                18
         Eliza                12
Wright, Andrew                16            Farm Laborer
[John P. Comer was s/o John P. Comer, Sr. & Sarah Holland.  John P. Comer, Jr. md. (1) Lundy Poole and their
children were:  Comfort Emaline Comer b. 1841 who md. Michael Delp; Sarah Comer, Md. (1) Stephen Herrington,
s/o John C. & C. Herrington, 2/26/1882 and md. (2) John Taylor; Mary Elizabeth Comer b. 1844 md. (1) Evan
McCarroll, md. (2) Jackson Reedy and md. (3) James H. Comer; and Nancy E. Comer b. 1846 who md. Marshall
Comer.  John P. Comer, Jr. md. (2) Susannah Greear Perkins, widow of Timothy Perkins, Jr.  Their children were:
John W. Comer b. 1834 who served in the Grayson Co. VA Militia; Thurza J. Comer b. 1836; Ann Comer b. 1838;
Amy Comer b. 1839; Joshua Comer b. 1842; Lucy Comer b. 1843; Temperance Jane Comer, Md. Michael Delp, s/o
Jacob & E. Delp, 9/5/1881; William T. Comer Md. Sarah M. Hale, d/o J. L. & L. E. Hale, 3/16/1873; Martha J. Comer
who md. Sam Sarvico; Eliza Catherine Comer who md. Alexander M. Sutherland.  John Comer served in the
Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

415.           Comer, William J.                    39          Farmer    2000 958
  (Johnson) Mary A.           33
         Kenly                15
[This appears to be family 136 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, though Kenly is not listed in that record.
Perhaps he was a relatively living with them at this time and not a son.  William Jefferson Comer was s/o Harvey
Comer b. 1808 and Elizabeth Comer b. 1806, whose other children were:  Rosamond Comer b. 1830 who md.
Charles Hale; William Comer b. 1832; Sarah Jane Comer b. 1833 md. John Friel Hill; Mary Ann Comer b. 1836 who
md. Robert Parsons on 1/10/1856; Elizabeth Caroline Comer b. 1838 who md. Melbourne Floyd Lenkus; Lenora E.
Comer b. 1843 md. (1) a Harmon and md. (2) a Covey; Charlotte Comer b. 1846 who md. Jonathan Hankins; and
Rev. James Hicks Comer b. 1849 who md. (1) Margaret Cornett, md. (2) Mary Elizabeth Comer and md. (3) Sarah
Ann Cornett Delp.  William Jefferson Comer md. (2) Mary Johnson of TN, d/o John Johnson, on 1/3/1853.  William J.
Comer served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

588.           Coomes, Alexander                    21          Farm Laborer
      Caroline                21
         Nancy              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)

259.           Coomes, George W.                    25          Farm Laborer
       Tolitha                19
          Mary                 2
        Martha              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[George Washington Coomes served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

397.Copeland, Isaac           40            Carpenter                        NC
     Elizabeth                35                                             NC
         Ellen                16                                             NC
           Wm.                14                                             NC
          Jane                12                                             NC
        Wesley                10                                             VA
        Samuel                 6
[Isaac Copeland served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.  Ellen Copeland Md. W. W. King, s/o Austin & Cynthia King
1/27/1875.]

245.          Cornett, Alexander                    61          Farmer    4000 1700
    (Rhudy) Jemimia           59
    Stephen S.                25            Farm Laborer
        Eli F.                20            Farm Laborer
      Nancy M.                17            No Occupation
   Lundy, Isom                 6
 Cornett, Jane                83
[Alexander Cornett, s/o William and Jane Cornett, Md. Jemima Rhudy, d/o Stephen Rhudy and Elizabeth Cook.
10/5/1830.  Eli F. Cornett Md. Mollie F. Phipps, d/o John & Peggy Phipps, 3/4/1880.  Not found in Phipps Family of
NC and VA.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, P. 88, Alexander Cox, B. 1809 D. 1905, s/o William Cornett
and Jane Sutherland, Md. Jemima Rhudy, 2/23/1836 and had 11 children:  Friel N., James M., William, Stephen, Eli,
Martha, Elizabeth, Theresa, Charlotte, Nancy and Callie.  Ref. P. 165 Nuckolls, Col. Alexander Cornett, s/o William
Canute, Sr. and Jennie Sutherland.  Other records do not include Friel N. and Theresa as children of this couple.
Son, Lewis F. Cornett, B. 5/22/1833 moved after 1850 to Otoe Co., NE, where he Md. Laura H. Hail, d/o William Hail
and Martha Ann Cornett, 1/8/1856. Daughter Martha Ann Cornett Md. William C. Austin 12/23/1850.  Son James M.
Cornett Md. (1) Charlotte ___, and Md. (2) Lydia J. _____.  Daughter Elizabeth J. Cornett Md. William C. Austin
10/2/1851.  William J. Cornett Md. Margaret Ellen Hale ca. 1862.  Daughter Eliza M. Cornett Md. John Bennington
7/26/1860.  Son Stephen S. Cornett Md. Sallie R. Hale, d/o Tivis & T. Hale  5/7/1874.  Nancy M. Cornett Md. Joseph
Friel Dickey 12/24/1874.  Stephen S. Cornett served as 5th Sgt. in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

307.Cornett, Alfred           54            Farmer    1500      1075
(Russell) Elizabeth           38
       Fleming                21            Farm Laborer         300
        Wm. A.                19            Farm Laborer
        Helena                14
        Ostena                13
         Celia                11
        Martha                 9
       Rebecca                 6
    Martin, William           42
    (Cornett) Sarah           27
      Celia E.                 3                                             KY
     Alexander                 1
 Bean, Lovelace (m)            7
[Family 62, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Alfred Alexander Cornett, s/o James Cornett, Md. (1) Mary Elizabeth
Delp, d/o John Delp on 2/6/1832 and Md. (2) Elizabeth Russell, d/o Philip & Rebecca Russell, 4/13/1837.  James
Cornett was  s/o David Cornett & Polly Cooper.  David Cornett was s/o James Cornett, Jr. s/o James Cornett, Sr. the
pioneer.  Alfred Cornett's son, Hezekiah Russell Cornett., was living in Wilson District, household 37 in this census.
Hezekiah Cornett md.  Elvira M. Stamper, d/o Ephraim Stamper.  Lucinda J. Cornett Md. Martin M. Nelson
1/21/1858, family 51, Wilson District; Sarah C. Cornett Md. (1) Peter D. Bean 11/11/1859, Md. (2) William Martin, s/o
Rial Martin & Elizabeth Vaught, 10/4/1865 and Md. (3) Joel Spicer 5/26/1875.  Lovelace Bean was s/o Sarah and
Peter Bean.  Son, Reuben Wesley Cornett Md. Emily (Emaline) Wingate 8/28/1876.  Elroy Fleming D. Cornett Md.
(1) Nancy Taylor 8/31/1870 and Md. (2) L. L. Parks 4/17/1872.  Daughter Helena Adeline Cornett Md. William
Stamper, s/o Elizabeth Stamper, 12/24/1871. William Christian Armond Cornett md. (1) Margaret ... and md. (2)
Callie Smoot; Orlena Eveline Cornett Md. (1) L. M. Laws 8/6/1874, they divorced, she Md. (2) William H. Spicer
3/3/1882.  Daughter Celia Alice Cornett Md. Aaron Brewer 8/6/1874.  Daughter Martha Cornett Md. John N. Burton
9/11/1881.  Rosamond Cornett b. 1845 md. Aaron K. Carrico.  A son, Alfred Stephen Cornett was born 6/5/1853 and
died 4/9/1854 of heart disease and daughter Celia V. Cornett died young.  William Martin may be the same as found
in Family 85 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Alfred Cornett served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

305. Cornett, David           58            Farmer    1000      178
     Martha C.                23
       Mary E.                23
        Wm. J.                21            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                14
       John W.                12
         Nancy                10
       Fielden                 8
      Isabella                 6
[Family 61, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Cornett, s/o Reuben Cornett & Elizabeth Warrick, was the
widower of Araloca Harrison, d/o William & Rhoda Harrison, whom he md. on 1/31/1847.  Martha Caroline Cornett
Md. James H. Meredith, s/o J. and M. Meredith, 12/29/1878.  Mary Emaline Cornett, Md. Lorenzo Dow Thompson
10/15/1874; William Jasper Cornett Md. Malinda C. Cannoy, d/o John Cannoy, 8/26/1870; Sarah Ann Cornett md.
(1) George Delp, md. (2) David Younce and md. (3) James H. Comer; John Wesley Cornett Md. Rhoda A. Wright,
d/o Dennis Wright & Rosamond Cornett 1/3/1878; Nancy Catherine Cornett md. Rusa Hale; Fielden Cornett Md.
Virginia B. Leonard, 12/20/1882; and Isabella Jane Cornett md. Clark Eller.  Other children of David & Araloca
Cornett were:  twins Riley and Elizabeth Rebecca Cornett; Amanda Ellen Cornett b. 1864 and d. young.]

680.   Cornett, Eli           65            Farmer    2500      800
   (Hale) Cena                63            Keeping House
      Laura M.                 3
   Carson, Saml. D.           18            Farm Laborer
Cornett, Emily              15 B            Domestic
        Jordan              12 B
           Wm.              25 W            Farm Laborer
          Emma              18 W            No Occupation (Md. Feb. 1870)
[Eli Cornett, b. 9/28/1805 d. 1/9/1892, s/o William Cornett & Jennie Sutherland, Md. (1) Cena Hale, d/o Richard Hale
& Elizabeth Stone, 1/22/1827.  William Cornett was s/o James Cornett, the pioneer.  Eli is called Colonel in Pioneer
Settlers of Grayson County and served in the home guard in 1861.  Eli Cornett Md. (2) M. E. Keesling, a widow, be-

fore the 1880 census.  Laura M. Cornett should be Leona M. Cornett, Leona was d/o of William Cornett, s/o Eli
Cornett (census taker error), Md. Stephen Nathaniel Nuckolls.  Samuel Dolphus Carson was also Eli Cornett's
grandchild, s/o Elizabeth Cornett & Dolphus Carson.  Samuel D. Carson Md. E. E. Scott, d/o M. Scott 3/28/1871.  Eli
& Cena Cornett's other children were:  Rosamond Cornett b. 1833; Elvira Cornett b. 1836 who md. Thomas Hale, s/o
John Hale & Rosamond Blair; Thurza L. Cornett b. 1838; Capt. William Wiley Washington Cornett b. 1841 who md.
(1) Malinda Mitchell and md. (2) Emily F. Scott; Melville Cornett b. 1843; Elizabeth Cornett who md. (1) Samuel
Carson and md. (2) John M. McLean; Virginia Cornett b. 1849.]

213.            Cornett, Francis                    62          Farmer    2000 1532
 (Fulton) Catherine           60
        Martha                28
    Fielden R.                35            Farmer    2000      1100
       Melvina                26
     Peyton H.                33            Farmer    2000      2308
 (Cox), Amelia                20
 McCarty, Van Buren           30            Farm Laborer
   (Cornett) Amanda           26
       Mary E.                 5
        Martha                 2
          Jane              2/12            (B. April 1870)
[This was family 266 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Francis Cornett, s/o William Cornett (1777-1862) & Jane
Sutherland, md. Catherine Fulton, d/o Samuel Fulton, on 5/28/1832.  William Cornett was s/o James Cornute, who
served in the American Revolution and the War of 1812 and had six sons:  William, Reuben, David, Jesse, and
Archelous and one other.  Archelous Cornett served in the Mexican War and attained the rank of Colonel and md.
Mary Bourne, d/o Devil Steve Bourne and Rosamond Mallory.  Peyton H. Cornett, Md. Amelia A. Cox, d/o Enoch R.
Cox & Susan Thomas, 6/20/1869; Van Buren McCarter, s/o Philander & Thursa McCarter Md. Amanda Cornett, d/o
Francis & Catherine Cornett, 12/29/1864.  Philander McCarter was b. ca. 1801 in NY; while Thursa was b. ca. 1809
in VA.  Philander & Thursa McCarter's other children were:  Levi McCarter b. 1836; Martin McCarter b. 1838;
Catherine McCarter b. 1839; Andrew McCarter b. 1840; William McCarter b. 1842; Emily McCarter b. 1844; Hugh
McCarter b. 1846; James McCarter & Sarah McCarter b. 1850.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, Francis
Cornett, B. 9/27/1807 D. 2/27/1876, s/o William Cornett, Sr. & Jane Sutherland Md. Catherine Fulton and had 5
children:  Samuel Monroe, Fielden, Peyton, Amanda and Martha Powell.  Fielden Raphine Cornett b. 10/16/1835 d.
3/20/1920 & Peyton H. Cornett served in Co. C, 8th VA Cav., CSA; Van Buren McCarter (McCarty) served in Co. F,
4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Ref. P. 165, Nuckolls, Francis Cornett, s/o William Canute and Jennie Sutherland, Md.
Catherine Fulton, d/o Samuel Fulton and Martha Powell-Jones.  Professor Fielden R. Cornett Md. Melissa
Copenhaver, of Smyth Co. ca. 1868.  Martha Cornett never married.  Reuben Cornett, s/o David md. Celia Penning-

ton in 1815; James Cornett md. Mary Rankin in 1814; John Cornett md. Hattie Couch in 1811; William Cornett md.
Mary Hatfield on 6/2/1795; Lilly Cornett md. William Horton on 6/8/1817; Rhoda Cornett md. a Graham; Deadoma
Cornett md. Thomas Sutherland on 2/12/1807; and Phoebe Cornett who md. John Anderson on 12/4/1813.]

679.         Cornett, Francis D.                    40          Farmer         225
 (Daniels) Margaret           31
         Miles                17            Farm Laborer
          Levi                16
         James                14            At School
           Wm.                 6
         Lanny                 2
        Emmett                 1
         Nancy                14
        Mollie                 8
         Betsy                 3
[Francis D. Cornett, s/o Levi & Olive Cornett, Md. (1) Matilda E. Austin 1/16/1851 in Ashe Co., NC.  She died
12/18/1864, age 27.  He Md. (2) Margaret Jane Daniels.  Miles W. Cornett Md. Ellen Wright, d/o William Fielden
Wright and Emaline Wright 4/22/1875.]

413.           Cornett, Friel K.                    21          Farmer    1000 386
   (Delp) Mary                23
        Amanda                 4
      Margaret                 2
[Friel K. Cornett was s/o James Cornett (b. 1810) and Sarah Boyer (b. 1811).  Friel K. Cornett md. (1) Sarah Hackler
and md. (2) Mary Elizabeth Delp, d/o Jacob Delp & Betsy Sage.  Friel's children were:  Celia Etta Cornett who md.
Will Hines; Amanda Cornett who md. Creed Cornett, s/o Lloyd & Ann Cornett; Arthur Cornett who md. Nellie Mann;
Bertha Cornett who md. Arthur Simms; Stella Cornett who md. Ulysses Poole; Bessie K. Cornett who md. (1) M. I. E.
Younce and md. (2) Marion Russell; Amanda Cornett md. Creed Cornett, s/o Lloyd & Ann Cornett.]

281.            Cornett, Geo. W.                    37          Farmer & Lawyer     3400 3642
  (Gentry) Sally J.           29                                             NC
     Thomas A.                 8
        Myrtie                 4
       Cora R.                 2
     Munsey C.              8/12            (B. Oct 1869)
  Parks, Julia              20 B            Domestic
[Family #11, 1860 Census.  Perhaps Geo. W. Cornett was s/o Levi Cornett and Olive Hale.  Geo. W. Cornett served
in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA and the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Ref. P. 164, Nuckolls.  George W. Cornett was a
farmer, lawyer and court judge in 1914 and served one term in the State Legislature 1889-90.  Locally he helped
issue small denomination currency during the Civil War.  Also during the 1860's he changed the name Cornute to
Cornett.  George W. Cornett, s/o Levi Cornett and Olive Hale, Md. (1) Elizabeth Herbert, had one son, Thomas; and
daughter Mertie M. Cornett Md. Rev. Kelly Boyer, Methodist Minister, member of Western North Carolina Conference
in 1914.  George W. Cornett Md. (2) Sarah Gentry, d/o Col. Allen Gentry and Rebecca Reeves.  Their children were:
Rora R. Cornett; Muncey C. Cornett who became a lawyer; Rebecca Cornett; E. J. Cornett b. 1871; R. F. Cornett;
and Anna Cornett.]

341.        Cornett, Hazle Creed                    23          Farm Laborer   750   400
   (Cornett) Amanda           21
      Sarah A.                 2
      James F.              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Hazle Creed Cornett, s/o Lloyd and Anne Cornett, Md. Amanda E. Cornett, d/o James Cornett and Sarah Boyer,
8/12/1866.]

343. Cornett, James           59            Grocer Merchant          265
    (Hackler) Sarah           58
[Probably Family 49, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Cornett, b. 11/16/1810 was the s/o Reuben and
Elizabeth Cornett, Md. (1) Sarah C. Boyer, probably d/o Jacob Boyer and Caty Wyatt 9/10/1829 and Md. (2) Sarah
Hackler, d/o George & Eve Hackler, on 9/20/1843.  Children no longer at home were:  Fielden Cornett b. 1831; Wiley
Cornett b. 1832; Granville Cornett b. 1833; Creed Cornett b. 1835; Martha Cornett b. 1838; Troy Cornett b. 1839; Ira
R. Cornett b. 1835; Freeling Cornett b. 1842; Amanda E. Cornett b. 1849; and Mary Elizabeth Cornett b. 1852.]

414.           Cornett, James C.                    47          Farmer    250  300
   (Hall) Charlotte           44
     Archibald                20
        Wm. C.                18
       Morning                16
       Sophina                11
         Polly                 8
          Rosy                 5
        Martha                 3
[James C. Cornett, s/o Archelus Cornett and Mary Bourn, Md. Charlotte Hall, 1/10/1849 d/o Richard Hall.  James C.
Cornett served in the Mexican War and achieved the rank of Colonel.  He also served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry,
CSA.  It was family 114 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Archibald Cornett, Md. M. J. Trent, d/o Henry E. & S.
E. Trent, 3/16/1871.  William C. Cornett Md. Mina Hackler.  James C. Cornett served in Company C, 8th Virginia
Cavalry, CSA.  Ref. P. 54-55, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.
Two other children were:  Jasper V. Cornett b. 1853; and Stephen Cornett.]

248.            Cornett, Jas. M.                    35          Farmer    1000 514
      Lydia J.                36
         Laura                12
         Ellen                10
     Alexander                 8
           Wm.                 4
        Thomas                 2
        Jinney                 1
[Ref. P. 88, Our Cox Family, it would appear that James M. Cornett was s/o Alexander Cornett and Jemima Rhudy.
This was family 318 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James M. Cornett md. (1) Elvira Charlotte Cornett, d/o
Levi Cornett, and Lydia appears to be a second wife.  A James M. Cornett served in Company F, 4th Virginia
Infantry, CSA.]

317.            Cornett, Jas. M.                    38          Farmer    1000 849
    (Cornett) Polly           35
       Stephen                16            At School
        Joseph                14            At School
       Geo. W.                12            At School
  Frank E. (f)                10
        Eli J.                 8
       Fielden                 6
         Byrum                 4
         Nancy              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Family 74, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Monroe Cornett was s/o David Cornett and Phoebe Sutherland.
David Cornett was either a s/o William Cornett & Mary Hatfield or James Cornett & Polly Rankin.  James & Polly's
children were:  Elbert Cornett who md. a Perkins; Stephen Cornett; Joseph Cornett who md. Eliza Collins; Geo. W.
Cornett Md. Celia Pool, d/o G. H. & C. Pool, 5/8/1878; Frank E., was actually Frankey, a daughter, census taker
error, she Md. John A. Herrington after 1870.  Eli J. Cornett, Md. R. A. Pool, d/o G. H. Pool 11/20/1881; Fielden
Cornett; Byrum Cornett who died young; Nancy Cornett who md. Robert Hackler; Sarah Cornett who md. George
Mart Nelson; and Omie Cornett who md. Wiley Ward.  A James M. Cornett served in Company F, 4th Virginia
Infantry, CSA.]

337.            Cornett, John R.                    23          Farmer    500  336
 (Roberts) Eliza J.           22
        Wm. Z.                 3
[John R. Cornett, s/o William J. Cornett and Charlotte Fielder, Md. Eliza J. Roberts, d/o Zach and Celia Roberts
10/12/1865.]

301.           Cornett, Kenly C.                    25          Farmer    5000 353
(Wright) Polly                24
       Lucinda                55            No Occupation
      Rosamond                20
    Perlina A.                17
         Freil                15            Farm Laborer
[Kenly C. Cornett served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  Kenly C. Cornett, s/o John Cornett & Lucinda
Boyer, Md. Mary "Polly" Wright, d/o James & Mackalona Wright, 2/17/1870.  John Cornett, b. 3/18/1814 d.
5/12/1865, s/o Reuben Cornett (b. 1778) & Elizabeth Warrick (b. 1794) (who md. on 12/21/1809), md. Lucinda Boyer
b. 4/17/1812 d. 5/12/1897, on 12/9/1839.  Kenly C. & Polly Cornett's children were:  Lillian Cornett b. 1872 md. John
Atkins; Tennie Cornett b. 4/27/1873 d. 5/22/1893 md. George Beckurdite; Mettie Cornett b. 1875 md. Went Stone;
Victor Cornett b. 1878 md. Ruth Dobyns; Ethel Cornett md. Will Clark; Bonnie Sue Cornett b. 8/28/1881 d. 3/26/1968
md. Albert Wingate, s/o Thomas & Etta Wingate; Benna Cornett b. 9/18/1884 d. 6/24/1929 md. Press Simms on
12/28/1912; Pearl Cornett md. Fielden Cornett; Lura Lee Cornett b. 9/7/1882 d. 11/13/1930 md. Cabel Stone; Mary
Cornett who died young; and Kate Cornett who died young.  Perlina Cornett Md. James William Catron 5/25/1880.
Friel Cornett Md. Sarah J. Catron, d/o K. & C. Catron, 12/21/1882.]

231.  Cornett, Levi           66            Farmer    7000      1445
  (Hale) Olive                64
       Zachary                21            Farm Laborer
      Lewis R.                18            Farm Laborer
      Friel A.                15            Farm Laborer
    Doss, Mary                21            Domestic
  Lundy, Polly                11            Domestic
  Roark, Hiram                40            Farm Laborer
    Edwards, Joseph           14            At School
  Hale, Jestin              25 B            Domestic
        Lizzie               3 B
[This was family 158 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi Cornett Md. Olive Hale, 10/15/1827.  Polly J. Lundy,
d/o Joseph Lundy, Md. E. W. Stone, s/o Joseph & Katy Stone 1/26/1882.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips,
P. 88, indicates that Levi & Olive Hale Cornett had 11 children:  Francis Cornett; George W. Cornett who md. (1)
Eliza. Herbert md. (2) Sarah Gentry; William Cornett; Zachariah M. Cornett who md. Lucinda M. Cecil on 8/24/1872;
Miles Foy Cornett who never md.; Lewis K. Cornett who md. Eliza J. Warrick, d/o G. W. & E. J. Warrick on
8/24/1876; Friel A. Cornett who md. Hester Rebecca Ring, d/o Jeff & M. Ring on 12/25/1879; Nancy Cornett who md.
Lewis Perkins; Elvira Charlotte Cornett who md. James M. Cornett; Thursa Cornett who md. Carson Andis; and
Isabel Cornett.  Ref. P. 133, Nuckolls, Levi Cornet Md. Olive Hale, d/o Lewis Hale, Sr., lived and died on Elk Creek.]

318.  Cornett, Loyd           61            Farmer    2000      715
(Catron) Annie                56
       Jno. R.                18
          Lucy                16
        Weldon                14
        Elvira                12
          Geo.                 6
Catron, Phoebe                80            No Occupation
[Loyd Cornett, s/o David Cornett & Polly Cooper, Md. Mary Ann Catron, d/o Peter Catron & Ferby (Phebe) Cannoy,
11/21/1833.  Phebe Catron who lived with the family was Annie's mother.  Family 71 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Lloyd & Annie's children were:  Polly Ann Cornett b. 1835 who md. James Monroe Cornett; George W. Cornett b.
1837 who md. Ludema Elvira Shuler on 2/4/1859; Stephen Cornett b. 1840 and served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry
CSA and who md. Amanda Catherine Hackler; Noah Cornett b. 1842 who md. Ellen Robbins; Eli J. Cornett who
served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA; Creed Cornett b. 1848; Jane Cornett b. 1850; Phoebe Emaline Cornett b.
1853; John K. Cornett b. 1853 who md. V. V. Shuler on 5/20/1875; Jeremiah Cornett b. 1854; Lucy L. Cornett Md.
Wm. A. Cornett, s/o M. & M. Cornett, 6/7/1876; Weldon Cornett Md. P. A. Anderson, d/o Nelson Anderson & R.
Cornett, 4/5/1877; Elvira Cornett Md. John W. W. Shuler 10/29/1879.  George, age 6, above, is perhaps son of
George Cornett who Md. Ludema Shuler, who were both apparently died prior to the 1870 Census.]

336.Cornett, Ludema           30            Keeping House
        Amanda                10
       Stephen                 8
[Ludema Shuler, d/o Abraham & Hannah Shuler was widow of George Cornett, s/o Lloyd and Ann Cornett.  George
Cornett served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry and died in service in 1864.  They were Md. 2/24/1859.  Amanda & Stephen
Cornett were visitors and not Ludema's children.]

320.           Cornett, Margaret                    50          Keeping House  800  225
      Sarah A.                19
        Wm. A.                17            Farm Laborer
      Rufus E.                15            Farm Laborer
[Margaret Cornett, b. 5/22/1829 d. 11/5/1898 was widow of Montgomery W. Cornett, b. 4/27/1824 d. 12/4/1865 s/o
Reuben Cornett & Celia Pennington, whom she md. on 10/4/1846.  Their children were:  Elizabeth A. Cornett b.
1847 md. Newton Stamper, s/o Ephraim Stamper, on 9/6/1866; Sarah A. Cornett Md. P. C. Parks 2/14/1872;
William A. Cornett Md. Lucy L. Cornett; and Rufus Cornett b. 6/22/1856 d. 7/1916 md. Martha Poole; John M.
Cornett b. 9/26/1859 d. 12/25/1908 md. Sarah Ann Livesay.]

367.Cornett, Reuben           23            Farmer    300       330
 Billings, Wm.                18
[Reuben Cornett, s/o Alfred Cornett (b. 1818) & Elizabeth Russell Md. Emaline Wingate, d/o Wright Wingate &
Elizabeth Wyatt, 8/28/1876.  Alfred Cornett was s/o Reuben Cornett & Celia Pennington.  Reuben & Emily Cornett's
children were:  Rosa Cornett md. Blair Sutherland; Elizabeth Cornett md. Steve Bennington; Eula Cornett md. Nora
Mitchell; Martha Cornett md. Baxter Blevins; Lissie Cornett md. Kyle Taylor; Ollie Cornett md. John Parks; Julia
Cornett md. Malcom Jurnigan; Sally Cornett md. Loy Poe; Nannie Virginia Cornett md. Alex Phipps; and Robert
Wesley Cornett.]

322.Cornett, Reuben           79            Farmer    2000      1000
 (Pennington) Celia           76
     Elizabeth                17            Domestic
       Jno. M.                20            Farm Laborer
[Family 69, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Reuben Cornett, s/o David Cornett, Md. Celia Pennington (Pendleton?),
on 10/19/1815.  Elizabeth and John were children of Reuben's deceased son Montgomery.  Elizabeth Cornett Md.
Newton D. Stamper 9/6/1876.  John M. Cornett Md. Sarah A. Livesay 1/29/1873.  Reuben & Celia's children were:
Alfred Alexander Cornett b. 1818 md. Elizabeth Russell 4/12/1839; Lynne Kendrick Cornett b. 5/13/1821 d. 2/1906
md. Daniel Isaac Parks on 5/1/1839; Benjamin Franklin Cornett b. 1821 md. Elizabeth J. Bryant; Montgomery Wiley
Cornett b. 4/27/1824 d. 1860's md. Margaret Cornett; Eli J. Cornett b. 1825 md. Jane Robbins; Elroy E. Cornett b.
1825; Leroy Cornett b. 1825 (these three were triplets); Gencey Cornett b. 12/1/1828 d. 6/7/1913 md. Daniel
Freeland Roberts; John Monroe Cornett b. 1831 md. Sarah Ann Doane; Martha Jane Cornett b. 1831; Matilda
Cornett b. 1832 md. (1) Andrew Sage and md. (2) Godfred Edeker; Levi M. Cornett md. Betty Stamper; and Claud C.
Cornett b. 4/27/1837.]

215.           Cornett, Saml. M.                    37          Farmer    2500 885
     Catherine                32            Keeping House
     Martin V.                10
     Thursa J.                 8
       Mary M.                 6
     Catherine                 6
     Elizabeth                 2
[This was family 146 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Samuel Monroe Cornett, s/o Francis D. Cornett and
Catherine Fulton Md. Catherine J. McCarter on 4/18/1856 in Ashe Co., NC.  Their first child, Emaline Ellen B.
11/5/1857 and died prior to 1870 census.  Martin Van Buren Cornett, B. 11/4/1859, Md. Flora V. Hale, s/o Chas. & T.
Hale, 9/13/1882; Thursa J. Cornett Md. C. R. Hale, s/o Charles & Rosa Hale 10/27/1881. Sally Catherine Cornett b.
1866 d. 1943 md. Henry W. Clark (1891-1956); Elizabeth Cornett Md. Samuel Mitchell Hale.  Ref. Our Cox Family by
Alice Cox Phillips, P. 88.  Samuel M. Cornett served in Company C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Ref. P. 165 Nuckolls.]

378. Cornett, Sarah           40            Keeping House       400  100
       Sampson                15
      Margaret                13
[Sarah Delp Cornett appears to be the widow of John C. Cornett, s/o Archelus Cornett.  John C. Cornett & Sarah
Delp's children were:  Rhoda Cornett md. Tate Hale; Sampson Archelous Cornett, Md. Nancy J. Surat, d/o Peter &
Isabella Surat, 10/7/1873; Margaret Ann Cornett b. 5/21/1856 d. 3/3/1905 md. James Hicks Comer.]

348.         Cornett, Stephen B.                    47          Miller    1200 345
   (Wampler) Martha           51
      Rosamond                17
       Mary E.                14
       Rush F.                11
[This was family 118 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen B. Cornett B. 10/12/1822 D. 2/26/1897 s/o
Archelus Cornett and Mary Bourne, Md. (1) Martha Wampler 1/2/1851 in Wythe Co. and Md. (2) Catherine Graybeal
Thomas, 4/22/1873 and Md. (3) Jeanie Dreanen on 11/5/1888; therefore Martha must have died ca. 1870-72.
Children of Stephen B. & Martha Cornett were:  Rosamond J. Cornett, B. 12/20/1852 D. 1928 Md. Alexander Porter
10/22/1879.  Mary Easter Cornett B. 3/12/1856 D. 1951 Md. Calvin Thomas, s/o Johnson & C. Thomas on
11/20/1873; Rush F. Cornett B. 2/12/1858 Md. Ellen Smith 6/17/1880.  Stephen B. Cornett served in the Grayson
Co. Militia and as Captain in Co. C, 63rd Virginia Infantry CSA.  Ref. Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-
1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

52.Cornett, Thos P.           29            Farm Laborer
   (Clark) Nancy A.           27
     Andrew H.                 6
       Jno. R.                 3
        Wm. C.                 2
    Barbara E.                 1
     Fannie E.              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Thos. P. Cornett served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  Thomas P. Cornett, s/o H. B. Cornett & Fannie Comer,
md. Nancy A. Clark, d/o A. C. & Delia Clark, on 9/25/1857.]

340.            Cornett, Troy C.                    30          Farmer    2600 700
  (Clark) Elizabeth           27
      Sarah C.                 7
         Alice                 5
        Martha                 3
  Evans, Chas.                27            Grocer Mercht.           5000
[Troy C. Cornett b. 12/25/1839 d. 9/17/1915, s/o James & Sarah Cornett, Md. Elizabeth J. Clarke b. 4/6/1843 d.
8/24/1924, s/o Sylvester & Sarah Clark, 5/1/1863.  Troy C. Cornett was a 2nd Lieutenant in Company F, 4th Virginia
Infantry, CSA.  Charles Evans was probably a partner in a retail business with Troy's father.  Troy & Elizabeth's
children were:  Sarah Catherine Cornett b. 2/7/1864 md. Matt Williams; Alice Lundy Cornett b. 2/5/1866 d. 6/8/1956
and never md.; Martha Elvira Cornett b. 2/15/1868 d. 1/26/1949 md. William Zachariah Cornett; Robert Wiley
Cornett b. 10/27/1870 d. 2/1949 md. Betty Taylor; Cora Virginia Cornett b. 7/27/1873 d. 4/5/1846 and never md.;
Conn Cornett b. 1877; and William Marvin Cornett b. 5/31/1877 d. 1956 md. Dell C. Stone.]

237. Cornett, Wiley         28 B            Farm Laborer
      Caroline              22 B
         Frank               8 B
         James               5 B
        Lizzy             2/12 B            (B. Apl. 1870)

421.            Cornett, William                    23          Farmer         555
 (Delp) Callie                19
Martha (Ellen)                 3
    Hale, John                12
          Mary                16
[William H. Cornett, s/o Levi Cornett Md. (1) Callie Delp d/o Jno. & R. Delp, 1/25/1866 and md. (2) Nannie E. Fisher
Asbury of Wythe Co.  William Cornett served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Ref. p. 164, Nuckolls.  Children of
William & Callie Cornett were:  Martha Cornett Md. Mr. Copenhaver, of Smyth Co.  Children of William & Nannie
were:  Thomas Cornett who md. Mattie Lundy; Andrew Lewis Cornett who md. Lelia Clark Delp; Olin S. Cornett who
md. Ester Fugate; and Mary Anna Cornett who md. Albert Cornett.]

408.         Cornett, William J.                    27          Farmer    2500 1176
    (Hale) Margaret           24
      Leonidas                 2
   Hale, Rufus                16            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                22            Domestic
[William J. Cornett b. 1/8/1839, s/o Alexander Cornett and Jemima Rhudy, Md. Margaret Ellen Hale, d/o Burris Hale
& Clarissa Hauk.  Rufus Hale, s/o Franklin Hale, Jr. & Elizabeth Huddle, Md. R. M. Burton, d/o H. B. & S. Burton,
10/2/1876.  William J. Cornett, served as a corporal in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  Ref. 138-9, Nuckolls.
Other children of Franklin Hale were:  Amanda J. Hale b. 1844; Leander Hale b. 1845; Letha Ann Hale b. 1849;
Nicholas Hale b. 1851; Rufus Hale b. 1853; Lindsey b. 1855; Nancy Hale b. 1857; and Washington Hale b. 1859.]

42.  Cox, Alexander           84            Farmer    800       400
(Long) Tobitha                60
      Lucretia                11
      Henry W.              20 B            Farm Laborer
[This was family 1039 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  The fortunes of this family were severely depleted from
1860 to 1870.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, P. 11.  Alexander Cox, B. 9/10/1785 D. 9/15/1874, 7th s/o
David Cox and Margaret McCown.  Alexander Cox Md. (1) Lydia Osborne, d/o Enoch Osborne and Jane Hash, Md.
(2) Margaret Bishop, Md. (3) Tabitha Long, B. 4/17/1806 D. 11/17/1877.]

604. Cox, Alexander           50            Farmer    1500      975
      Polly A.                33
     Elizabeth                 7
         Lydia                 4
[Alexander Cox may have been the son of Osborne Cox or Samuel & Rebecca Cox.  Alexander had two children not
at home:  Delila Cox b. 1845 and Samanatha Cox b. 1847.]

49. Cox, David                79            Farmer    3000      100
    (Doughton) Jane           76
          Isom                37            Farm Laborer
    Thompson, Nancy           11            Domestic
[Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, P. 11.  David Cox, s/o Joshua Cox & Ruth Osborne, B. 11/28/1790 D.
9/14/1878 Md. Jane Doughton, d/o Joseph Doughton & Polly Reeves who was d/o George Reeves & Jane Burton.
David & Jane Cox are buried in Cox's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery.  Isom Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA
Infantry, CSA.]

56.Cox, Elbert F. S.          38            Farmer    2675      735
(Hampton) Jane                28
        Nannie                 7
     Monroe V.                 3
     Hardin A.                 1
         Ellen              2/12            (B. April 1870)
 Taylor, James                19            Farm Laborer
  Parish, Katy                37            Domestic                         NC
[Elbert F. S. "Squire" Cox, s/o Harden & Nancy (Reeves) Cox, Md. Jane Hampton, d/o Alexander Hampton and
Jestin Fulton, (d/o Samuel Fulton & Martha Powell-Jones), 9/9/1866.  Elbert Cox, md. (1) Rebecca A. Hale and md.
(2) Jane Hampton, d/o Alexander & Jestin Hampton, on 9/9/1866.  Elbert & Jane are buried in the Camet Cox
Cemetery.  See Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, et.al. p. 13 for more information on this family.  Elbert F. S.
Cox served in Company C, 45th Virginia Infantry, CSA, enl at Independence 3/26/1862, was wounded in 1864 and
died in 1909.  Ref. P. 168, Nuckolls, Elbert F. Seiver Cox, Md. (1) Rebecca Hale, d/o Mastin Hale & Susan Perkins.]

94.      Cox, Enoch           44            Farmer    2000      600
  (Boyer) Elizabeth           43
      Sarah C.                13
    Preston M.                10
[Enoch "Blind Bill" Cox, s/o Hardin Cox and Nancy Reeves.  Enoch Cox md. (1) Susannah Thomas, md. (2)
Elizabeth Boyer and md. (3) Martha Jennings.  Enoch Cox served in Company C, 45th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  There
were 4 Enoch Coxs in this unit.]

603.     Cox, Jacob         70 B            Farm Laborer             120
       Malinda              58 B            Keeping House
           Jeb              20 B            Farm Laborer
     Commodore              10 B
          Mary               9 B
         Sarah               7 B
         Emily               5 B

60.Cox, Joshua                52            Farmer    1600      500
    (Osborne) Polly           44
       Cynthia                20
        Boyden                17            Farm Laborer
        Newton                15            At School
          Elam                13            At School
      Molly V.                 5
         Fanny              17 B            Domestic
         Sarah               3 B
[Boyden Cox Md. Jansie C. Osborn 10/6/1880.  Ref. As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight, P. 368, Joshua Cox, s/o David
Cox and Jane Doughton, B. ca. 1820 Md. Polly Osborne d/o Solomon Osborne & Hannah Cox.  Joshua Cox b.
12/25/1818 d. 9/10/1906 in Ashe Co., NC, served in Co. F/B, 5th NC Senior Reserves, CSA.]

661.    Cox, Joshua           46            Miller    2500      500
        Mahala                32            Keeping House
     Zachariah                20            Farm Laborer
       John F.                18
       Haywood                16
         Enoch                14
        Edward                 7
[This was family 717 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joshua R. Cox b. 9/12/1827 d. 11/5/1889, was s/o John
Cox (1788-1850) & Eleanor "Nellie" Ward who md. on 9/13/1821, and gs/o Joshua Cox, Sr. & Ruth Osborne.
Eleanor Ward was d/o Nathan & Sarah Ward.  Zachariah Cox Md. Flora Hale, d/o Warren & Mary Hale, 2/3/1880;
John F. Cox Md. Alice L. Dick, d/o Jas. & M. J. Dick, 12/24/1874; Haywood Cox Md. Surphina Boyer, d/o Wm. & C.
Boyer 6/11/1878.  There were 2 Joshua Coxs who served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA.]

55. Cox, Nancy                66            Keeping House       500  300
    McGound, Joshua           33            Farm Laborer
Daniels, David                21            At School
  Martin, John                18            Farm Laborer                          NC
   Doss, Sally                28            Cook
Parish, Martha                12            Domestic                         NC
    Cox, Eliza              18 B            Domestic
[This was a boarding house.  John Martin, Md. Polly Taylor 5/21/1874.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, P.
11.  It would appear that Nancy was Nancy Reeves, and widow of Hardin Cox B. 1/5/1796 D. 10/13/1867, s/o Joshua
Cox and Ruth Osborne.]

638.     Cox, Nancy           28            Keeping House       3400 527
      Ellis F.                10
       Rebecca                 8
         Rossy                 6

81. Cox, Polly                34            Keeper of House
        Samuel                13                      300       150          NC
          Mary                 6                                             NC
       Rebecca                 4                                             NC
         Ellis                 1                                             IN
Hudson, Joshua                18            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Ellis                20            Farm Laborer                          NC

619.    Cox, Samuel           43            Farmer    2000      1215
   (Osborne) Phoebe           24            Keeping House
     Jefferson                 9
     Robert L.                 5
         Emmet                 2
 Shaw, Johnson                19            Farm Laborer
[Samuel Cox, s/o Samuel & Rebecca (Osborne) Cox, Md. Phoebe Osborne, B. 1/6/1845, d/o Zachariah and Jincy
Burton Osborne 1/15/1861.  Johnson Shaw, s/o Moses & Mary Shaw, was member of household 705 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Samuel Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry CSA.  CSR would indicate that this Samuel
Cox is of the proper age, but has him dying in 1861.  Did he?  Was there another?]

61.  Cox, Troy                57            Farmer    4000      700
 (Osborne) Peggy A.           58
     Zachariah                30            Farm Laborer
      Sarah A.                24
      Irena J.                23
          Etty                 3
       Rebecca                 1
   Thompson, Joseph         20 B            Farm Laborer
Hill, Polly H.                10
[This was family 1325 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight, p. 368.  Troy
Cox, s/o David Cox and Jane Doughton, B. ca. 1811 Md. Peggie Osborne, d/o Zachariah Osborne and Jincy Burton
ca. 1832.  Zachariah Mitchell Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, probably Zachariah Mitchell Cox, B.
12/29/1837, D. 6/7/1914, buried at Cox's Chapel, enl. 4/1/1862 at the Narrows, captured at Piedmont, 6/5/1864,
exchanged 3/4/1865.]

424. Cregor, Joseph           50            Blacksmith
         Susan                50
       William                23            Blacksmith
          Jane                21            At School
       Michael                19            Farm Laborer
         James                17            Farm Laborer
  Christly (f)                15
         Lewis                13            At School
         Nancy                11            At School
         Rufus                 9
        Andrew                 7
          Mary                 5
       Stephen                 3
      Caroline                 1
[This family took the admonition to be fruitful and multiply very literally.  I have some personal doubts that all these
children are of Joseph and Susan, else the ages given the census taker may be in order.  This family moved to
Grayson Co. in the 1850s.  Caroline Cregor d. 9/1870.  William Crigger was listed on the 1898 Grayson Co.
Confederate Veterans Roster as serving in Co. D, regiment not stated.]

263.Criger, William           23            Blacksmith               125
        Elmira                29
     George A.                 8
       Mary C.                 2
 Burris, Polly                64            Domestic
[William was probably the s/o Joseph & Susan Cregor, in family 424, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census and is listed there as well.  It would seem that William married Elmira Burris while the census taker was
making his rounds and was counted twice.]

235.  Crooks, James         41 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Malinda              39 B

109. Curren, Robert           67            Farmer    4000      325
    (Brown) Malinda           54
       William                19
          Mary                15
[Robert Curren, s/o Major George Curren, Md. Malinda Bourn, d/o William Bourne, Jr., on 10/18/1836.  Mary Curren
Md. D. J. Smoot s/o C. A. & J. Smoot 5/7/1872.  This family moved to Oregon shortly after this census was taken.]

48.Daniel, Shepherd           37            Farmer    300       200          NC
      Pheba J.                29
     Thomas F.                 6
      Sarah F.                 3
       Mary J.                 2
      Margaret              3/12            (B. Oct 1869)
Cox, Martin M.                10            Farm Laborer
    Moss, Thomas M.           63            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Shepherd L. Daniels served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, and was still living in Grayson Co. in 1898.]

151.          Daniels, Elizabeth                    53          Keeping House  2000 590
     Zachariah                26
        Zilpha                24
      Caroline                22
        Amelia                20
        Amanda                18
       Johnson                16
         Sarah                14
[Elizabeth South Daniel, d/o Achasa South, was the widow of Eli Daniels whom she md. on 9/7/1837.  Eli &
Elizabeth's children were:  Jane Daniels b. 1839; James Daniels b. 1840 who md. Polly Ann Delp b. 1854, d/o
William & Susan Delp (see household #200 Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co. VA Census); John Daniels b.
1844; Zachariah S. Daniels b. 1844 who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA;  Zilpha E. Daniels Md. E. F. Hawk,
s/o M. & S. Hawk 9/21/1871; Caroline Daniel b. 1848; Amelia Daniel b. 1850; Amanda Daniels, Md. Lewis J. Funk
8/25/1870; Johnson Daniel b. 1854; and Sarah Daniel b. 1856.]

200.            Daniels, Jas. F.                    29          Farmer    600  335
    (Delp) Polly A.           24
        Wm. E.                 6
       John W.                 4
         Susan                 1
      Caroline                19
[Jas. F. Daniels, s/o Eli & Elizabeth Daniels Md. Polly A. Delp, d/o Wm. & Susan Delp 8/7/1864.  James F. Daniels
served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

152.  Daniels, John           23            Farmer              225
         Ellen                18
      Isalonia                 1
[John Daniels served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, enlisting on 4/15/1864, but did not join due to health.]

64.   Daniels, Mary           70            Keeping House                         NC
         James                25            Idiotic                          NC
[Mary Daniel's children were:  Peggy Daniels b. 1827; Jane Daniels b. 1829; Rebecca Daniels b. 1834; Lee Daniels
b. 1836; Nancy C. Daniels b. 1838; Martha Daniels b. 1840; and James Daniels b. 1842 and was mentally retarded.]

30.  Davis, Alex M.           38            Farmer & Lawyer     3000              VA
(Dickenson) Mary J.           22
     Albert C.                 4
  Bowen, Nancy              35 B            Cook
      Virginia               3 B
[Alexander M. Davis, served as Colonel of 45th Virginia Infantry, after serving as Captain of Company C, 45th VA
Infantry, CSA.  He also served one year in the U. S. House of Representatives.  He married Mary Jane Dickenson,
d/o John Dickenson and Mary Bourne, per P. 56, 184, Pioneer Settlers of Grayson Co., VA by B. F. Nuckolls.
Rosamond Hale was d/o William Hale & Lucy Stone.  Virginia Bowen was d/o Nancy Bowen.  Alexander bought 6
acres in Independence during the Civil War with Confederate currency from Emanuel Long.  His first dwelling was of
logs to which a fine Victorian front was later added.  The house eventually became the property of Sims Bourne
when Alexander's son Garnett Davis sold out.  Today (1992) the property belongs to Grayson County and is the site
of the present court house.  Most of Alex & Mary's children died in their youth and are buried in a family cemetery
near the dwelling where Alex & Mary are also buried.  Alexander was b. 1/17/1833 in Smyth Co., VA d. 9/24/1889
and was s/o Major James W. Davis and Lucy Armstrong of Pleasant Hill, Smyth Co.  Mary Jane was b. 1/15/1848
and d. 6/10/1896.  Their children were:  Albert Conley Davis who died young; Joseph C. Davis who died young; and
Garnett Davis b. 1874 d. 1931 and was buried in the Dickey Cemetery near Independence but was later moved to
Max Meadows, VA where he had bought land.]

70.Davis, Church. O.          51            Farmer    1000      200
        Mariah                58
        Amanda                17
      Nancy E.                15
        Cyntha                13
      Emory J.                 9
     Larusy C.                22            Domestic
    Shefferd, Robt.         30 B            Farm Laborer
[Church & Mariah Davis' children were:  Elbert Davis b. 1836 who md. Polly Barton on 7/13/1857; Caroline Davis b.
1847 who md. J. L. Larrow, d/o J. & P. Larrow; M. J. (f) b. 1844 md. J. M. Durham of Wythe Co., s/o William &
Phoebe Durham. Amanda Davis b. 1853; Nancy E. Davis, Md. Kenley Anderson, s/o S. & E. Anderson 9/16/1878; a
daughter R. C. Davis md. A. E. Farmer on 3/29/1874.  This appears to be family 849 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Church O. (C.O.) Davis served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

74.Davis, Elbert J.           28            Farmer              100
     Elizabeth                23
      Columbus                 5
    Mary A. E.                 1
 Osborn, Susan                18            Domestic                         NC
[Elbert Davis, s/o Church O. & Mariah Davis was member of household 849 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Elbert Davis served in the Grayson County Militia, and in Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

385.Delp, Catherine           65            Keeping House       800  670
        George                30
     Catherine                28
   Sage, Wiley                14            Farm Laborer        225
[Catherine Delp was probably the widow of Jacob Delp.  George Delp, s/o J. & Catherine Delp, Md. S. A. Cornett, d/o
David & Alpha (Araloca) Cornett, 11/23/1870.  George Delp served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

329. Delp, Creed J.           22            Farmer              125
 (Griffy) Mary                19                                             NC
         Hicks              8/12            (B. Oct 1869)
[Creed J. Shuler Delp, s/o Jno. & P. Delp, Md. Mary Griffy, d/o S. & O. Griffy on 5/9/1868.  John Delp was s/o Levi
Delp, Sr.]

229.     Delp, John           57            Farmer    3000      1202
       Rebecca                50
       Chapman                19            At School
      Hicks M.                17            At School
     Joseph F.                12            At School
 Hutsell, Catherine           68            No Occupation
         Creed                37            idiotic/helpless
Noblett, Betty                23            Domestic
 Pinion, James                24            At School
Smitheal, Boyd                18            At School                        NC
 Carter, Henry              28 B            Farm Laborer
          Lucy              22 B            Domestic
          Mary               3 B
         Annie               1 B
Griffy, Martha                16            At School
[James Pinion, Md. Rosie Carrico, d/o John & M. Carrico 12/28/1879.  A John Delp served in the Grayson Co., VA
Militia.  James Pinion served in Co. A, 26th NC Infantry and in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

326.     Delp, John           59            Farmer    1300      325
       Lina E.                19
          Lucy                16
     Charlotte                13
      Caroline                11
[Family 59, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lucy Delp Md. Whaley A. Robbins, s/o D. F. & B. Robbins, 5/20/1876;
Charlotte M. Delp, may have married Benjamin Parks, s/o James & N. Parks; Caroline Delp Md. James K. Pool, s/o
G. H. & C. Pool, 10/25/1877.]

328.     Delp, Levi           47            Farmer    1000      650
     Elizabeth                50
          Russ                19            Farm Laborer
       Evaline                16
     Elvira A.                16
      Adolphus                12
         Julia                10
          Lucy                 8
          Mary                 2
        Sophia                84            No Occupation
           Eve                62            No Occupation
[Family 54, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi Delp was likely the s/o John Delp (b. 1776) and wife Sophia, listed
above.  Eve Delp was likely an older sister of Levi.  Levi & Elizabeth Delp's children were:  Sophia J. Delp b. 1845;
Thurza Delp b. 1846; Amanda Delp b. 1847; Fielden R. Delp b. 1850; Russell Delp b. 1851; Evaline Delp, Md.
James P. Catron, s/o Joseph & Elizabeth Catron; Elvira A. Delp b. 1854; Adolphus Delp, Md. Mary Shular, d/o P. L.
& E. E. Shular; Julia C. Delp Md. A. K. Herrington, s/o Stephen & S. C. Herrington; Lucy Delp Md. John F. Callahan,
s/o N. & S. Callahan, 12/27/1882; and Mary Delp b. 1868.  Levi Delp served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in
Co. I, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

383.  Delp, Michael           32            Farmer    300       436
       Comfort                29
         Sarah                 8
         Jacob                 2
          Mary              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)
Sage, Margaret                80
[Michael Delp was s/o Jacob Delp (b. 1806) and Elizabeth Sage (b. 1805) who md. on 2/14/1836.  Jacob Delp was
likely the s/o Peter Delp.  Sarah Delp Md. Newton Gambill, s/o Jane Gambill 9/11/1881.  Michael Delp served in Co.
C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  Michael Delp's siblings were:  Sarah J. Delp b. 1830; George Delp b. 1840; Catherine
Delp b. 1842; Margaret Delp b. 1845; and Mary E. Delp b. 1847.]

423.      Delp, Wm.           49            Farmer    2000      1000
         Susan                52
      Chas. D.                22            Farm Laborer
        Rosana                17            At School
         Fanny                14            At School
       Geo. L.                13            At School
         Lydia                10            At School
     Alexander                 8            At School
Hounshell, Carroll (m)             20       At School
     Akers, Absalom           20            At School
[This was family 156 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Delp served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co.
B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Rosana C. Delp Md. Stephen Mallory s/o Thomas & Mary Mallory, 8/27/1872; Fanny C.
Delp Md. S. L. Copenhaver, s/o S. & E. Copenhaver, 9/2/1875; Geo. L. Delp Md. C. L. Hale, d/o Chas. & R. Hale,
3/7/1878.]

12.    Dickens, Eda         62 B            Keeping House
   Thompson, Amanda         22 B            Cook
         Smith               4 B
       Laura             10/12 B            (B. Aug 1869)

544.         Dickenson, James P.                    27          Farmer         1200
      Laura A.                27                                             NC
     Stella E.                 4
       Effy H.                 2
       Jimi G.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
  Hall, Thomas                34            Farm Laborer                          NC
  Dickey, Kate              17 B            Domestic
[James P. Dickenson served as a Lt. in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enl 5/29/1861 at Wytheville, resigned 12/29/1861,
reenlisted at Dublin 2/26/1864, transferred out of Regt. 4/30/1864 to Co. G, 22nd VA Cavalry, CSA.  Ref. p. 55,
Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County.  James P. Dickenson was s/o John Dickenson & (1) Rosamond Hale b.
3/14/1816 d. 5/14/1854.  John Dickenson was s/o Martin Dickenson (d. 1834) & Mary "Polly" Bourne b. 1/6/1782 d.
8/24/1860.  James P. Dickenson's siblings were:  Martin W. Dickenson b. 1841; Susannah Dickenson b. 1844; Lucy
Dickenson b. 1845; Benjamin Dickenson b. 1846; Mary Jane Dickenson b. 1847; and Thomas Jefferson "Jeff"
Dickenson b. 1849 who was living in the home of Larkin A. Hale (household 238, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson
Co., VA Census).  John Dickenson md. (2) Margaret Ellen Andis and they had 4 children:  Sarah J. Dickenson;
Robert Lee Dickenson; Sue B. Dickenson; and John C. Dickenson.]

15.  Dickenson, Wm.           27            Physician 350       800
 (Phipps) Martha A.           21
         Selia                 3
   Rosamond L.              6/12            (B. Nov 1869)
   Cole, Lydia                13            Domestic
[William Martin Dickenson, b. 8/25/1840 d. 1/18/1911, s/o John Dickenson & Rosamond Hale md. Martha Phipps, b.
2/7/1848 d. 3/189/1901 d/o Alexander Phipps & Ludema Thomas on 10/19/1865.  William Martin & Martha are
buried in the Independence Methodist Church Cemetery, Independence, VA.  He was a member of Household 2,
1860 Census.  See page 123, Phipps Family of NC and VA by John C. Mullins.  In this record, Wm. Dickenson is
listed as De Martin Dickerson.  Wm. Dickenson served in Company C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA as a 2nd Lt. and in Co.
G, 22nd VA Cavalry until he resigned to attend medical lectures at Richmond, VA in 12/64.  John Dickenson bought
a part of the George Lowman land grant, sold for delinquent taxes and later known as the Hidden Valley Farm, and
divided this purchase between his two sons:  William Martin & Thomas Jefferson Dickenson.  About 1866 Martin had
built a log house on his portion which was later sold to Johnson Boyer for his daughter Etta's dowry when she md.
Thomas Wingate and Martin moved to Independence, VA.  Jeff's portion remained in his family for several years and
now belongs to Arzie Richardson.  Jeff Dickenson was killed when a barn door fell on him.  William Martin & Martha
A. Dickenson's children were:  Celia Dickenson b. 1867; and Rosamond L. Dickenson b. 1869.]

474.           Dickey, Elizabeth                    67          Keeping House
 Morgan, Nancy                41            Domestic
[Elizabeth Bourne Dickey, b. 6/24/1802, was widow of James Dickey.  She was the d/o Stephen Bourne & Patsy
Mays.  Stephen Bourne was s/o William Bourne & Rosamond Jones.  Nancy Morgan worked for different people at
different times and had a daughter, Emily Morgan, b. 1858.]

14.Dickey, Ellis L.           26            Dry Goods Mercht. 7700   2000
  (Dillard) Ella S.           25
      James A.                 5
  Elizabeth P.                 3
       Ella E.              6/12            (B. Mar 1870)
  Bland, Eliza                13            Domestic
[Ellis L. Dickey was member of household 871 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Per P. 185 of the Nuckolls
Book, Ellis Leftwich Dickey married a "Miss Dillard from East Virginia".  She was actually from Botetourt Co., VA.
Ellis was s/o James Dickey & Elizabeth Bourne and served in Company C, 45th VA Inf. CSA.  James Dickey was s/o
Matthew Dickey & Rosamond Wiley, pioneer settlers at the Falls of Peach Bottom Creek.  Matthew Dickey formed a
partnership with Thomas Blair to process iron ore and built the Point Hope Furnace at the Falls.  Both parties later
sold out to William Bourne, Sr.  Ellis was a merchant in the town of Independence.  After Ellis' death, Ella md. (2)
Foy Lyons, on 11/29/1879.  Foy had been md. (1) to Elizabeth Fredeking whom he divorced.]

11.Dickey, James A.          20?            Physician
      Laura A.                20
   Ward, Emily              20 B            Domestic  600 (not an error)
[James Alexander Dickey, s/o Stephen Dickey (1825-1903) & Jane Phipps.  Stephen & Jane are buried in the
Independence Methodist Church Cemetery.  Jane Phipps was d/o Benjamin Phipps per P. 184 of the Nuckolls
History.  This family migrated to Bristol, VA/TN.  Stephen Dickey was a major in the Confederate Army and a
Primitive Baptist Church, and served a number of churches in the area.]

469.   Dickey, John           36            Farmer    1200      591
(Phipps) Nancy                34            Keeping House
        Minnie                13
   (Jennie B.) Jane            7
        Almata                 5
       Alverta                 2
[John M. Dickey, s/o James & Elizabeth Dickey, Md. Nancy Phipps, d/o N. Phipps, 4/22/1856.  John Dickey was
buried in the Independence Methodist Church Cemetery.  Jennie B. Dickey Md. Joseph F. Delp, s/o John & Rebecca
Delp, 2/18/1882.  In the Phipps Family of NC and VA, P. 95, she is listed as Nancy V. Phipps, B. 6/15/1840 who
married John M. Dickey on 4/22/1855.  This raises the possibility that one or the other of these records is in error.
Ref. also p. 185, Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County.]

484.Dickey, Madison           43            Farmer    1000      983
        Martha                34
         Glenn                 9
          Maud                 7
        Blanch                 2
   Dick, Alice                17            At School                        NC
         Robt.                14            At School                        NC
[Madison Dickey was s/o James & Elizabeth Dickey.  J. Maud Dickey Md. J. H. Dickey, s/o Rufus & Catherine
Dickey, 11/10/1880.  Alice & Robert Dick were children of James & Mary Jane Dick and were boarding with Madison
Dickey while going to school.  Alice Dick later md. J. F. Cox on 12/24/1874.]

470.Dickey, Matthew           36            Farmer    2500      880
(Phipps, Rosamond) Rosey           28
           Wm.                12            At School
       Alex J.                10
         Nancy                 5
          John              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
Jenkins, Henry              17 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
[This was family 854 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Matthew "Uncle Matt" Dickey, b. 3/29/1829 d. 9/2/1900
s/o James & Elizabeth Dickey, Md. Rosamond Phipps, b. 10/10/1840 d. 12/31/1886, d/o Alexander & Ludema
Phipps, 10/21/1856.  See p. 121 of the Phipps Family of NC and VA and p. 184 Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County.
Matthew Dickey served in the Grayson Co., VA Militia, CSA.  Matthew & Rosamond Dickey are buried in the Dickey
Cemetery, 2 miles north of Independence, VA on U.S. Highway 21.]

472.Dickey, Stephen           45            Farmer    2000      582
 (Phipps) Jane                35
     Joseph F.                17            At School
          John                13
  Trent, Ellen                13
[Stephen Dickey, s/o James Dickey & Elizabeth Phipps.  Elizabeth Phipps was d/o Benjamin Phipps & Nancy
McMillan.  Stephen Dickey was a tavern keeper in addition to being a farmer and a Primitive Baptist Minister.
Stephen Dickey attained the rank of Major in the Confederate Army.  Joseph Friel Dickey (commonly called Friel)
Md. Nancy M. Cornett, d/o Alex & M. Cornett & Jemima Rhudy, 12/24/1874.  Ref. p. 184 Pioneer Settlers of Grayson
County.  Stephen Dickey served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1863-65.  They lived on Peach Bottom
Creek.]

16.           Dickey, William R.                    46          Farmer    2000
        Martha                36
      James M.                17            At School
    Cynthia C.                13            At School
  Evans, Susan                28            Domestic
[William R. Dickey was member of family 991 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William R. Dickey was s/o
Matthew Dickey & Rosamond Wiley who came to Grayson Co., VA to engage in the manufacture of iron.  Cynthia
Md. W. M. Warren s/o Alfred and Mary Warren of Wilkes Co., NC 5/19/1873.  Matthew Dickey's other children were:
James Dickey; William R. Dickey; Masterson Dickey who md. a Wiley and moved to TX; Matthew Dickey, Jr.; Jane
Dickey who md. Benjamin Cooley on 10/1/1805; Nancy Dickey who md. Levi Jones on 12/17/1822; Mary Dickey who
md. John Snyder on 8/9/1809; Elizabeth Dickey who md. Henry Snyder on 11/16/1811.  The Snyders moved to KY
about 1847.]

46.  Dickson, Alvin           66            Farmer    350       500NC
      Drucy E.                55
   Parsons, Emaline           25            House Keeper
Christopher C.                 9
Phipps, Martha                 9            Servant
[Alvin Dixon was member of household 1275 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time his wife was named
Rebecca, Drucy, above, appears to be a second marriage.  Alvin & Rebecca Dixon's children were:  Solomon Dixon
b. 1829; Levi Dixon b. 1833; Drucilla Dixon b. 1835; Lydia Dixon b. 1837; Mary Dixon b. 1840; and Emaline Dixon b.
1843.]

577.             Dowden, Liberty                  54 B          Farm Laborer
        Violet              55 B                                             NC
         Saml.              15 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Alfred              19 B            Farm Laborer                          NC

31.Durham, Sarah J.           23            Seamstress                            NC
      Nancy A.                20            Seamstress                            NC
     Elizabeth                17                                             NC
     Warren H.                15            Works at Farming                 NC
   Victoria H.                13                                             NC
     Alexander                 9                                             NC
      Thos. J.                 8                                             NC
Hicks, Geo. W.              9/12            (B. Oct 1869)                         NC

57. Durham, William           48            Works at Shoes                        NC
        Phoebe                56                                             NC

315. Edwards, James           50            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Jackclyn                52                                             NC
      Nelly F.                16                                             NC
         James                13                                             VA
      Jackalyn                12
        Wm. D.                10
        Martha                 2
         Nancy              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[Martha & Nancy Edwards were no doubt grandchildren.]

694.  Edwards, Mary           45            Keeping House            100
        Martha                24
      Richmond                18
        Weldon                16
         Saml.                16
         Sarah                 9
[This was family 349 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mary Edwards was probably Mary Jane Bedsaul, d/o
Elisha Bedsaul, the widow of Andrew Edwards whom she md on 11/10/1846.  Saml. F. Edwards Md. Lucy A. Carrico,
d/o M. & J. Carrico, 10/18/1877.]

642. Edwards, Thos.           33            Farmer    550       375NC
         Lizzy                21
       Donette                 4
          John                 2
          Mary              1/12
  Gentry, Lucy              17 B            Domestic
[Thomas Edwards served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Thomas Edwards was s/o Jonathan (b. 1807) and Jane
Edwards (b. 1807) who moved to Grayson Co., VA from NC about 1840.  Thomas Edwards's siblings were:  Nancy
Edwards b. 1829 in NC; Sally Edwards b. 1832 in NC; Thomas Edwards b. 1836 in NC; Rosamond Edwards b. 1840;
Mary Edwards b. 1845; and John Edwards b. 1848.]

681.Edwards, Weldon           56            Farmer    1200      350
       Lucy A.                38
         Sarah                15
          John                12
         Nancy                10
      Franklin                 7
           Wm.                 4
        Elbert                 2
    Richards, Nancy           85            No Occupation
[This was family 361 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Weldon Edwards was a clerk in James Waugh's store in
Old Town in 1850.  Sarah Edwards md. William R. Anders, s/o A. & C. Anders, 11/28/1875; John R. Edwards Md. S.
E. Taylor, d/o R. F. & Jane Taylor, 8/11/1881.]

295.    Eller, Geo.           64            Farmer    350       425
 (Love) Millah                54
         Sarah                40
       Jackson                27            Farm Laborer
         Clark                23            Farm Laborer
        Wesley                21            Farm Laborer
Bryant, Hester                 4
  Holbrook, Melvina            5
[Family 98, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George Eller md. Millie Love, d/o William Love, on 5/12/1831.  George &
Millie Eller's children were:  Isaac Eller b. 1829 (sic); William Eller b. 1835 and died of typhoid fever in the
Confederate Army in Richmond, VA on 7/11/1863; Margaret Eller b. 1836; Charlotte Eller b. 1840 md. William J.
Ashley on 8/24/1860; Calvin b. 1841; Jackson Eller who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA, Md. Jane Poe, d/o
Joseph Poe 3/14/1879; Clark Eller b. 1847; Wesley Eller, Md. Sarah Reid, d/o Amos Reid 10/16/1879.  Jackson Eller
served in Co. D, 37th Battn. VA Cav. CSA.]

13.             Elliott, Abraham                    59          Tinner    1300  700
      Margaret                54
   Margaret Z.                25            No occupation
      Emily V.                13            No occupation
  Pool, Margaret A.           13            No occupation
[Family 9, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  See Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips for more information on this
family.  Abraham Elliott md. Peggy Cornett, d/o William Cornett, on 8/20/1832.  They lived on Brush Creek after
having lived on Meadow Creek and then Elk Creek.  Abraham Elliott kept the Elliott Hotel in Independence.
Margaret Z. Elliott Md. William Porter on 1/22/1872.  Emily V. Elliott Md. William R. Wright, s/o Churchwell Wright
and first wife, Charlotte Atkins on 2/18/1872.  Margaret A. Pool was d/o Riley Pool and Jane Elliott, d/o Abraham and
Margaret.  Jane died 5/29/1856 in Grayson Co.  Margaret A. Pool Md. Charles P. Hicks 3/23/1880.  Abraham &
Peggy's other children were:  Melvina Elliott b. 1834; Alexander Elliott b. 1836 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry
CSA and died in service; Jefferson Elliott b. 1841; James Elliott b. 1848; Mila Elliott b. 1855; and Virginia Elliott b.
1856.]

28.Elliott, James M.          24            Farmer    250       200
      Nancy C.                20
    William A.                 2
     Elbert M.              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
  Hicks, Isaac                14            No Occupation                         TN
[Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, P. 60-61, James Marsh Elliott, s/o Abraham B. Elliott & Margaret Cornett,
B. 8/31/1846 D. 1/14/1909 Md. Nancy Caroline Sutherland 2/7/1867 B. 4/3/1850 D. 2/14/1913, d/o Richard Henry
Sutherland and Ruth Jane Cox.  William Alexander Elliott, B. 1/5/1868 D. 4/ /1922, never married; Elbert Marian
Elliott B. 1/10/1870 D. 10/21/1927 Md. Mertie Beatrice Reeves 2/12/1896, d/o William Thomas Reeves and Virginia
Florence Cox.  Children born after the 1870 census was taken were:  Margaret Isabel Elliott, B. 5/19/1872 D. 6/
/1938; Mary Luzetta Elliott, B. 5/7/1875 D. 7/5/1875; Abram McGown Elliott B. 8/30/1878 D. 2/6/1951 Md. (1) Margie
Sexton, Md. (2) Ina Ruth Hodge; Zachariah Johnson Elliott B. 4/24/1882 D. 10/16/1957.  James M. Elliott served in
Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

556.          Elliott, Jefferson                    28          Farmer    450  400
   (Cox) Polly                33
        Amelia                 1
 Gentry, Julia                 5
[Ref. P. 59, Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, et. al.  William Jefferson Elliott B. 2/17/1841 D. 10/30/1907, s/o
Abraham Elliott & Margaret Cornett, Md. Polly Jane Cox and had 7 children.]

573.Elliott, Ludema           32            Keeping House       540
         James                10
     Alexander                 6
   Dunavan, Rebecca           18            Domestic                         NC
Williams, John                23            Farm Laborer                          NC
Edwards, Chas.                 1
[Ludema Ross Elliott was widow of Alexander Elliott, whom she Md. 9/6/1859.  Remote possibility that James Elliott
is the same as the one who married M. F. Dalton 2/22/1882.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, et. al.
Information contained in Ref. indicates that Ludema Jane Ross Md. Alexander Elliott, s/o Abraham Elliott and
Margaret Cornett, B. 7/1/1836 D. 9/29/1864 (killed in the Civil War.)]

20.   Evans, Ursula           35            Keeper of House     150  100
        Wm. S.                10            At School
[Ursula Evans was widowed at this time, but her husband's name is unknown.  She was the d/o Daniel Welsh and
later md. (2) Alfred Bedwell, s/o John & Patsy Bedwell.  William S. Evans md. Elizabeth Bedwell, d/o Tolithia
Bedwell.]

99.  Farmer, Andrew           39            Farmer
        Hannah                38
   Abraham C.                 14
    Smith, Trimanda           35
     Andrew F.                 8
[Andrew Farmer was probably the oldest s/o Andrew (b. 1810) & Hannah Farmer (b. 1811).]

445.  Farmer, Ehart           54            Farm Laborer             135
         Sarah                62
          Rosy                17
[This was family 720 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ehart Farmer was at that time, Ahart Farmer, which is
more likely correct.]

85. Farmer, William           33            Farmer    300       100
         Patsy                28
        Thomas                10
          Ruth                 8
      Sarah E.                 1
        Wm. H.                 1
[Rutha Farmer Md. J. H. Shupe s/o J. & S. Shupe 2/18/1882.  This was family 1292 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  William Farmer served in Co. C, 45th VA or in Co. K, 51st VA, as a William Farmer served in both units.]

77.  Fender, Daniel           22            Farm Laborer             700          NC
        Candis                25                                             NC
       John E.                 3                                             NC
    William P.                 3                                             NC
  Lowell W. A.              9/12            (B. Sept 1869)                        NC
   Anders, Wm.                19            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Wm. Anders Md. Sarah Edwards 11/28/1875]

331.            Fielder, Ephraim                    18          Farm Laborer        100
        Martha                18            (Md. Mar. 1870)

180.           Fielder, Randolph                    50          Farmer    2500 559
       Evaline                49
    Tobitha A.                17
     Martha J.                18
       Boyd E.                15
       Rush C.                13
      Jeremiah                 8
[Randolph Fielder served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Randolph FIelder was probably a s/o Dennis Fielder &
Delila Wheeler who md. on 3/2/1806.  Their children were:  Dennis Fielder b. 1807; Thomas Fielder b. 1808; Delila
Fielder, who md. Andrew Clark on 3/30/1826; Jane Fielder b. 1813; Lucy Fielder b. 1813 d. 1850 who md. Morgan
Boyer on 9/14/1838; Randolph Fielder b. 1820; and Charlotte Fielder b. 1820 who md. William Cornett.]

179.          Fielder, Thomas J.                    62          Farmer    1100 500
(Cannoy) Polly                55
      Crockett                23            No Occupation
       Johnson                20            Farm Laborer
        Linnia                17
         James                12
[This was family 194 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Thomas J. Fielder, s/o Dennis & Delila Fielder, Sr., Md.
Polly Cannoy 1/28/1836.  James L. Fielder, Md. Julia A. Burris, d/o Thomas & Charlotte Burris 3/31/1881.  Crockett
Fielder served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

10.           Fredeking, Alex C.                    38          Farmer         1200    Prussia
(Fulton) Elizabeth M.              26                                        VA
      Alice E.                 9
     Josephine                 1
   Sexton, Caroline           17            Domestic
    Lyons, Foy                24            Shoemaker
[Elizabeth, d/o Hastin Fulton & Elizabeth Garrison, she Md. Alex Fredeking 1/1/1861, Md. M. F. Lyons 12/15/1877.
Hasting Fulton was s/o Samuel Fulton.  This family not living in Grayson Co., VA in 1860, apparently arrived about
that time however.  Foy Lyons was s/o Azariah & Zelphia Lyons of Old Town District.  Alexander Fredeking was
granted a divorce from Betty who then md. Foy Lyons on 12/15/1877.  Betty had another child named Lillian.  Betty
d. on 11/27/1878.  Foy then md. Ella S. Dickey, widow of Ellis L. Dickey on 11/29/1879.  All three are buried in the
Independence Methodist Church Cemetery.  What became of Lillian, whose parentage cause the divorce, is
unknown.  The Fredekings left Grayson Co., in 1873 and moved to Hinton, Summers Co., WV, then no more than a
wide place in the road.  Hinton grew rapidly, and the Fredekings grew with the town, and became immensely
wealthy.  Carl Alexander Fredeking d. there on 5/14/1907.  Carl Alexander Fredeking md. (2) Helena Schmidit, a
German girl, and they had the following children:  Herbert Fredeking; Walter Fredeking; Carl Fredeking; Julian
Fredeking and a daughter Frankie Fredeking.  Alice E. Fredeking, adopted d/o Alex & Elizabeth, md. A. G.
Flannagan; Josephine Fredeking md. a Dr. Timberlake.]

17.Fredeking, Chas.           45            Hotel Keeper        2000 250     Prussia
           Ann                34                                        Prussia
       Chas H.                11                                             IL
      Adolphus                 8                                             VA
       Lina M.                 5
     Mollie C.                 1
[Family 18, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

7. Fredeking, Leopold              38       Dry Goods Mrcht      800 1000    Prussia
 (Fulton) Martha A.           29                                             VA
       Alex E.                11
  Christine E.                 8
     Stuart O.                 6
    William L.                 2
 Morgan, Emily                12
[Family 16 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Leopold Fredeking served in Co. K 51st VA Inf., CSA.  Ref. P. 64,
Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982.  This ref. indicates that Martha Dickey, d/o James Dickey &
Elizabeth Bourne md. Leopold Fredeking on 6/1/1861.]

640.Freeman, Hester           52            Keeping House
          John                26            Farm Laborer
        Wilson                23            Farm Laborer
     Catherine                21
        Mollie                 1
[Hester Freeman, widow of Wilson Freeman.  Wilson Freeman served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA, and served
time in Union Prisons which broke his health and he died after returning home from the effects of Confederate
service.  John Freeman Md. Sarah South, d/o William & P. Sexton, 10/25/1877.  John Freeman served in Co. K, 51st
VA Infantry, CSA.]

545. Fulton, Hastin           54            Farmer    1000      440
(Garrison) Elizabeth          51
     Elbert C.                22
(Edwards) Rosy                18            No Occupation
Edwards, Byson              15 B            Farm Laborer
     Masey (f)              12 B
[This was family 1390 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Hastings Fulton b. 7/22/1813 d. 1889, was the 7th child
of Samuel M. Fulton b. 12/15/1780 d. 2/16/1859 & Martha Powell Jones b. 10/9/1783 d. 8/16/1851 (they were md. on
10/7/1800).  Martha Powell Jones was d/o Major Minitree Jones.  Samuel M. Fulton was s/o David Fulton who d. in
1822.  Hastings Fulton md. Elizabeth Bourn Garrison, d/o David Garrison and Sarah Bourn, B. 3/25/1819 D.
5/23/1877.  Hastings & Elizabeth's children were:  Julia Ann Fulton b. 1838 d. 9/21/1908 in Carizoza, NM, who md.
Lewis H. Bourne on 3/12/1857; Sarah Jane Fulton B. 12/28/1838 D. 4/17/1917 Avery, Bowie Co., TX Md. Robert
Simon Baldwin on 4/12/1857 in Grayson Co., and he was the s/o William Baldwin and Elizabeth Littrell; Martha
Elizabeth Fulton md. (1) C. A. Fredeking on 1/1/1861 and md. (2) Foy Lyons on 12/15/1877; and Elbert Columbus
Fulton B. 2/19/1848 D. 7/29/1926 in Grayson Co., VA and who served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA, Md.
Rosamond D. Edwards, d/o Archibald Edwards and Sarah Bryan, 3/17/1869, she was born 9/4/1848 in Alleghany
Co., NC and died 7/29/1926.  Ref. p. 155 Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County.  Ref. P. 62, Stephen Bourn and
Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

709.           Fulton, Samuel M.                    44          Farmer    4000 1000
(Reid) Mary C.                39            Keeping House
        Martha                11            At School
      Saml. M.                13            At School
      Darthula                14            At School
         Creed                 8
    William G.                 5
      James R.                 4
      Minitree                 3
       Troy R.                 1
         Julia                46            House Keeper
Johnson, Nancy              60 B            Domestic
[This was family 304 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Samuel Monroe Fulton, b. 5/26/1826 s/o S. Fulton, Md.
Mary Catherine Reid, (who d. on 4/10/1903) d/o J. D. Reid, 2/4/1854.  Samuel M. Fulton, Sr. served in Co. G, 63rd
VA Infantry per 1898 Grayson Co. Confederate Veterans Roster.  Martha E. "Mattie" Fulton Md. Melville B. Cox, s/o
Samuel B. & Elizabeth Cox, 1/18/1874.  Julia Fulton was Samuel's old maid sister.]

267.   Funk, Andrew           54            Farmer    700       226
   (South) Margaret           50
         Achuk                23
           Eli                22            Farm Laborer
         Lydia                20
          Mary                19
         Lewis                28            Farm Laborer
[Andrew Funk Md. Margaret South, d/o Achsah South, 6/4/1839.]

671.   Funk, Dennis           34            Farmer    500       250
(Hines) Amanda                29
       Fielden                 6
         James                 4
[A Dennis Funk was living in household 210 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, probably this one.  Dennis Funk,
s/o John & Mary Funk, Md. Amanda Hines, d/o Fred & Rebecca Hines, 3/28/1861.  Dennis Funk served in Co. C, 8th
VA Cavalry, CSA.  Dennis & Amanda Funk's children were:  Fielden Funk b. 1864 md. Lucy Ryan of Wythe Co.;
James W. Funk b. 1866 md. Leona E. Bedwell; Rausey Funk b. 1870 md. George P. Mason; L. E. Funk b. 1872 (f);
and Lillie Funk b. 1880.]

400.  Funk, Geo. W.           28            Farm Laborer
       Rebecca                25
         Nancy                 7
          Mary                 7
       Tobitha                 3
         Sarah              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Nancy Funk, Md. Lewis Pennington, s/o Joseph & S. Pennington, 11/23/1876.  George W. Funk served in Company
F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

269.    Funk, Kenny           27            Farmer    400       130
   (Vaughn) Mary E.           34
         Rosey                 4
          Mary                 3
       Thursey                 1
           Jno                63            Farm Laborer       PA
[Kenny Funk served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, CSA.  Kenny's real name was Henry and died in 1934, and
was youngest s/o John & Sally Funk (b. 1806).  John Funk's other children were:  Polly Funk b. 1829; Elizabeth Funk
b. 1831; Minitree Funk b. 1834; Levi Funk b. 1837; Dennis Funk b. 1839; Saraphina Funk b. 1840.  They lived in the
Fallville Community.  Kenney Funk md. Mary Vaughn, d/o William Vaughn and Elizabeth Hines.  They had 6
children:  Mary Elizabeth Funk b. 1865 who md. George Emmitt Funk; Rosey V. Funk b. 1866; Thursey Etta Funk b.
1868 md. Joseph A. Taylor; J. B. Funk (f) b. 1872; J. W. Funk (m) b. 1874; and E. M. Funk ( b. 1877).  Kenny wore a
long white beard in his older days and lived in the Hines Branch Community.]

676.     Funk, Levi           32            Farmer    440       200
    (Hines) Malinda           30            Keeping House
          Geo.                12
       Malinda                10
         Nancy                 8
        Mollie                 4
[This was family 230 in 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi Funk md. Violet Malinda Hines, d/o Frederick &
Rebecca Hines, on 4/2/1857.  Geo. Funk, Md. Martha J. Hines, d/o Jacob & S. Hines, 7/26/1877; Malinda J. Funk
Md. W. C. Whitner, s/o Nancy Whitner, 12/19/1878.  Levi Funk served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

278.   Funk, Louisa           50            Keeping House       350  300
         Rosey                37
 Hale, Lucinda                 4
 Mastin, Byron                 8

135. Funk, Minitree           36            Farmer    400       300
(Williamson) Martha A.             32
   Pernelia J.                10
   Francis (f)                 9
        Elbert                 6
       Jno. C.                 5
         Polly                 3
      Lewis F.                 2
          Levi              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[This was family 403 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Minitree Funk, s/o John Funk & Polly Vaughn, Md.
Martha A. Williamson, d/o William and Mary Williamson 1/19/1860.]

268.    Funk, Peter           30            Farmer              175          VA
         Rhoda                23                                             OH
            Wm                 6                                             OH
         Laura                 2                                             VA
[Peter C. Funk served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, CSA.]

672.    Funk, Polly           62            Keeping House
         Friel                21            Farm Laborer

274. Funk, Rosamond           40            Keeping House (deaf & dumb)
     Elizabeth                 9
[Rosamond Funk was d/o Mary Funk b. 1780).  Siblings were Catherine Funk b. 1820; Louisa b. 1822; and Lucinda
b. 1827.]

582.  Gentry, Henry         35 B            Farm Laborer
        Hannah              35 B
         Ellen               4 B
        McCary          y 2/12 B            (B. Apr. 1870)
         Henry               7 B
          Lucy              70 B            No Occupation

597.  Gentry, Nancy           53            Keeping House       5000 1400
       Ephraim                19            At School
        Wm. F.                16            At School
      Emily J.                14            At School
       Letcher                11            At School
    Linticum, Julia           36
          Mary                 8
[This was family 709 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nancy Greer Gentry, b. 2/16/1817 d. 5/5/1909 d/o
Aquilla Greer of Grassy Creek, was the widow of M. Ephraim Gentry who was b. in Surry Co., NC on 5/4/1804 and d.
1/3/1866.  M. Ephraim Gentry was s/o William Gentry.  The Gentry home was located near New River at the Mouth
of Peach Bottom Creek and served as the Greek Post Office, and Nancy was post-mistress.  Children of Ephraim &
Nancy Gentry were:  William Marshall Van Buren Gentry b. 2/20/1837 d. 4/4/1838; John Monroe Gentry b.
10/12/1839 d. 12/26/1861 of fever in Confederate Army; Aquilla Shelton Gentry b. 7/9/1842 d. 6/25/1875 killed by
Marsh Calloway after serving in the Confederate Army, md. Molly Woodruff and they had no children; Mary
Catherine Gentry b. 2/8/1845 d. 3/10/1922 md. Martin G. Alexander b. 7/15/1837 d. 3/21/1922 in 1865; Nancy Caro-

line Gentry b. 5/25/1847 d. 5/30/1870 md. John F. Greer, Jr. b. 5/24/1845 d. 7/3/1872; Juliette Virginia Gentry b.
5/12/1849 d. 4/27/1854; Ephraim Gentry, b. 9/30/1851 d. 9/29/1930 Md. (1) Mary L. Mitchell b. 4/18/1854 d. 2/2/1909
in MD and was d/o Dr. William M. Mitchell & Sophia Hale of Elk Creek;  Ephraim Gentry md. (2) Nelia Miller on
2/26/1911; William Freeland Gentry b. 6/16/1854 d. 5/7/1925 md. Ellen Thomas, d/o Dr. Fleming Thomas & Emily
Phipps, on 5/21/1890; Emily Jane Gentry b. 10/27/1856 d. 9/12/1919 Md. Alexander M. "Bud" Rhudy b. 12/28/1857
d. 1/2/1897, s/o Wm. & L. Rhudy, 4/3/1879; James Letcher Gentry b. 6/28/1859 d. 7/24/1881 md. Ellen Austin b.
4/15/1864 d. 1/18/1938 on 7/4/1880.  William Gentry's other sons were Richard who moved to AL; David Gentry who
moved to KY and William Gentry, Jr. who went to TN.]

471. Gibson, Thomas           40            Farm Laborer
          Mary                45
         Henry                16
         Susan                13
        Joseph                 5
[This appears to be family 170 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

342.            Gilbert, Morning                    34          Keeping House
        Winton                12
         Sarah                10
       William                 8
   Hall, Sally                85            No Occupation
[Sally Bedwell Hall, d/o William Bedwell pioneer settler, md. (1) William Hall on 9/17/1816 and md. (2) John Hall on
8/16/1821.  Sarah M. Gilbert, Md. John F. Wright, s/o William & C. Wright, 2/2/1880; Sally Hall was the mother of
Morning Gilbert, widow of John M. Gilbert, s/o H. S. Gilbert whom Morning had md. on 8/2/1854.  The Gilbert family
was from Patrick Co., VA.  Mourning's siblings included:  Warner Hall b. 1828; and Malinda Hall b. 1832.]

91.        Gillam, George Wesley                    31          Farmer    1200 200          NC
      Lydia J.                30
        Wm. L.                 1
 Phipps, Polly                12                                             NC
[G. W. Gillam served in Co., K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

655.  Goins, Dianah         51 M            Keeping House
        George              17 M
        Martha              15 M
       Minerva              10 M
        Moriah               6 B
        Albert              52 M            Farm Laborer             100

194.          Goins, Francis (f)                    52          Keeping House
Bowdan, Martha                30            Seamstress
  Goins, Eliza                24
[Despite considerable differences, this appears to be family 411 in the 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.  They were
listed as Mulattos at that time.]

193.           Goins, William H.                    25          Farm Laborer   125  100
       Melvina                26
    Bonams, Evaline           10            Domestic
[William H. Goins, s/o H. & T. Goins, Md. Melvina Littrell, d/o L. & S. Littrell, 12/28/1865.  William Goins may have
served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA or in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA, as a William Goins, served in both units.]

280.          Gregory, Andrew F.                    45          Farmer    8000 1500    Ireland
       Mary A.                32            Keeping House                         VA
       Mary C.                10
       Edward                  9
     Elizabeth                 8
          Emma                 6
        Andrew                 1
       Analina              13 M            Domestic
      Margaret               9 B            Domestic
      Victoria               7 B
Cornett, Wiley              35 B            Farm Laborer
Painter, William L.           40            Grocery Merch.           3500
  Painter, James B.           33            Grocery Merch.           2500
[Andrew F. Gregory probably moved to Grayson Co., VA in the 1860s.]

410. Griffy, Samuel           54            Farm Laborer
         Susan                26
      Jeremiah                 4
      Margaret              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Name also spelled Griffith.  Another son, Jacob, was living in the home of Stephen Younce, a bootmaker, and Jacob
may have been apprenticed to him.  A daughter Martha was at school and living in the home of John Delp, who may
have been a court appointed guardian.  Permelia Griffy was also possibly a daughter and relative to Martin Brewer's
wife, Dicey Griffith Brewer, with whom she was living.  Permelia Griffy md. William D. Funk on 9/19/1876.]

436.Hackler, Andrew           38            Farm Laborer
 (Catron) Elizabeth           31
         Friel                12
        Lee J.                 9
        Kinley                 6
        Martha                 3
        George              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[This was family 280 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew Hackler, s/o George Hackler & Polly Hampton,
Md. Elizabeth Catron, d/o William Catron, on 1/31/1856.  A. J. Hackler served in the Grayson Co. Militia and was
listed on the 1898 Confederate Veterans Roster of Grayson Co. which indicates that he enlisted in the Confederate
Army in 1862 and served 3 years.]

437.Hackler, Calvin           30            Farmer    500       358
       Emaline                36                                             NC
        Allice                 8
       Mary F.                 6
        Joseph                 4
          John                 3
          Jane              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[This was family 279 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  C. B. Hackler served in Co. I, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry,
CSA.  Calvin Hackler was s/o George Hackler & Polly Hampton.]

308. Hackler, David           38            Farmer    2000      1700
      Nancy A.                38
    Eliza Jane                15
        Allice                10
        Stuart                 8
[Ages do not concur, however, appears to be family 82, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Hackler served in the
Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

689.           Hackler, Garfield                    35          Farmer    1250 300
    (Halsey) Delpha           33            Keeping House
        Thomas                14
         Rossy                13
         Robt.                11
          Mary                 9
      Franklin                 7
         McCoy                 5
   Linticum, Alfred           16            Farm Laborer        300  120
[This was family 682 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Garfield Hackler, s/o George Hackler & Polly Hampton,
Md. Delphia S. Halsey in Ashe Co., NC on 5/26/1855.]

435.Hackler, George           69            Farmer    1000      668
    (Hampton) Polly           70            Keeping House
   McGrady, Emaline            9
[This was family 277 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George Hackler, s/o Peter Hackler Md. Polly Hampton,
d/o Griggs Hampton & Phyllis Sutherland, on 4/6/1820.  Peter Hackler b. 3/6/1771 d. 9/1836 was s/o George &
Elizabeth Hackler of York Co., PA.  George Hackler, Sr. was b. 9/14/1754(?)  George & Polly's children were:
Andrew J. Hackler b. 1833; Garfield Hackler b. 1835; Hampton Hackler b. 1838; Calvin F. Hackler b. 1842; Franklin
Hackler b. 1845.]

698.Hackler, Griggs           48            Farmer    1000      250
(Taylor) Sarah                38
     Elizabeth                22
        Linnie                17
          John                16            Farm Laborer
          Geo.                14
[This was family 680 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Griggs Hackler Md. Sarah Taylor, d/o Burris Hale &
Peggy Sutherland, 4/1/1866, Sarah Hale Taylor was first Md. to James D. Taylor, family #600 in the 1860 Grayson
Co. Census.  John H. Hackler, Md. Serna Rector, d/o J. & M. Rector, 1/4/1872.  Griggs Hackler served in the
Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

24.  Hackler, J. W.           29            County Judge             1200
  (Rosseau) Mary V.           24
      Effie A.                 1
      Enola C.              4/12            (B. Feb 1870)
 Rosseau, Adda                22             No Occupation
[James Wiley Hackler, b. 5/22/1841 d. 1/9/1893 court judge and attorney was the son of Mary, Md. Mary V.
Rosseau, b. 6/22/1844 Fishing Creek, NC d. 2/9/1905.  Though his father's name is unknown, his paternal
grandparents were Coonrod Hackler & Mary Boyer.  James Wiley & Mary V. Hackler are buried in the Independence
Methodist Church Cemetery.  James Wiley Hackler served in Company C, 45th VA Inf. as SGT.  He enl. 5/29/1861
at Wytheville, sick when moved from Wytheville 7/12/1861, promoted to LT 5/1/1862, wounded in right arm at
Piedmont, arm amputated, retired 2/3/1865.  James & Mary Hackler's children were:  Effie A. Hackler b. 1868 md. a
Vaughn; Enula Hackler md. a Bane; Edgar Hackler md. Cora Phipps, d/o Dodge Phipps & Cena Mitchell, on
10/19/1898 and moved to Thomas, OK about 1095.]

381. Hackler, Jacob           56            Farm Laborer             175
 (Comer) Nancy                50
          Jane                18
        Minnie                14
        Amanda                12
  Scott, Sarah                21            Domestic
       Valarie              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
[Jacob Hackler b. 3/5/1815, s/o Peter Hackler & Molly Delp, Md. Nancy Comer, d/o John P. Comer, 1/29/1838.  Molly
Delp was d/o Peter Delp and md. Peter Hackler b. 3/6/1771 d. 9/1836, s/o George & Elizabeth Hackler, on
2/26/1799.  Jacob & Nancy's children were:  Thomas K. Hackler b. 1839; Churchwell Hackler b. 1840; John H.
Hackler b. 1842; Stephen H. Hackler b. 1844; Joseph C. Hackler b. 1846; Sarah E. Hackler b. 1848; Jane Hackler,
Md. Allen Sutherland, s/o J. & J. Sutherland, 11/16/1881; Minnie C. Hackler, Md. Wm. J. Cornett, s/o Jas. & C.
Cornett, 4/11/1878; and Amanda Hackler b. 1858.]

355.            Hackler, John K.                    24          Farm Laborer   600  300
       Evaline                23
         Robt.                 3
         James                 1
[John K. Hackler served in Company F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.  John K. Hackler was s/o Polly Hackler b. 1807.  His
siblings were:  James Wiley Hackler b. 1841 (See family 24, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census,
Ludema Hackler b. 1842; Mundana Hackler b. 1844; Martha L. Hackler b. 1849.]

688.           Hackler, Peter K.                    45          Farmer    600  400
        Darcus                36            Keeping House
       Elsy C.                13
    Fox, Saml.                12
[This was family 681 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA.  Peter K. Hackler served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Peter
was s/o George Hackler & Polly Hampton.]

350.            Hackler, Stephen                    25          Farm Laborer        100
(Roark, Mary) Malvina              25
         Betty                 5
        Elvira                 4
            Wm                 2
         Nancy              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Stephen Hackler, s/o Jacob (b. 1813) & Nancy Hackler (b. 1821), Md. Mary Malvina Roark 7/24/1864.  Stephen
Hackler served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.]

382.  Hackler, Wade           48            Farm Laborer        300  250
(Perkins) Mary                32
         James                14
       Stephen                12
     Elizabeth                10
          Lucy                 6
         Sarah                 4
[Family 44, 1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.  Wade Hackler, s/o Peter Hackler * Molly Delp, md. Mary Perkins on
12/22/1852.  Stephen F. Hackler, Md. A. M. Toliver d/o L. & N. Toliver 9/20/1876; Elizabeth J. Hackler, Md. Jas. F.
Cornett, s/o Wiley & E. Cornett 4/14/1881; Lucy Hackler, Md. P. L. Shuler s/o Geo. & P. Shuler, 5/16/1882.  Wade
Hackler served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

68. Haga, Joseph F.           20            Farmer    400       100
       Malinda                22                                             NC
         Sarah                 3
 Landers, Levi              24 B            Farm Laborer
[Joseph F. Haga was s/o Jackson Haga (b. 1825) and Mary "Polly" Fry (b. 1827) who md. on 11/26/1845.  Joseph
Haga had a sister Susannah b. 1847.]

98.Haga, Polly                44            Keeping House       500  250
       Malinda                18
      Jincy C.                14
     Andrew J.                11
Farmer, Joseph                63
[Malinda Haga Md. Alexander Phipps, B. 10/25/1844 s/o Benjamin Phipps & Nancy Richardson of Mercer Co., WV
11/23/1870.]

119.  Hale, Charles           58            Farmer    4000      1600
    (Bourn) Tolitha           40
          Lucy                13
     Charlotte                 8
      Chas. R.                12
        Elbert                10
         Flora                 5
         Ellen                 2
         Sally                13            At School
        Amelia                14            At School
[This was family 405 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Charles Hale Md. (1) Jane Sutherland, d/o John and
Isabella Sutherland ca. 1833, Md. (2) Rosamond A. Comer, d/o Henry & Elizabeth Comer, on 3/13/1856 and Md. (3)
Tobitha Bourn Hale, widow of Tivis Hale, and d/o Martin Bourne & Sarah Smith, on 11/17/1864 and father 15 or more
children.  Charles & Jane Hale's children were:  Fielden Hale b. 1834; Elvira Hale b. 1836; Orville Hale b. 1837;
Creed Hale b. 1838; Rosamond Hale b. 1844; Elizabeth Hale b. 1846; Jackson Hale b. 1848; John Hale b. 1849;
and Leah Hale b. 1852.  Charles & Rosamond Hale's children were:  Lucy Jane Hale was B. 1/14/1857; Charles
Reese Hale was B. 4/7/1858; Another child Mary C. Hale was born in 1859 and died 12/21/1859; Elbert M. Hale was
b. 10/7/1860; Charlotte Hale born 10/23/1862 Md. G. L. Delp, s/o Wm. & S. Delp 3/7/1878.  Children of Charles &
Tolitha Hale were:  Flora V. Hale Md. Martin Van Buren Cornett 9/13/1882; and Ellen Hale b. 1868.  Ref. p. 137.
Pioneer Settlers of Grayson Co., VA.  Ref. p. 66, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory Descendants and Related
Families.]

398.   Hale, Dudley           64            Farm Laborer
[Dudley Hale, s/o Francis Hale & Elizabeth Burris, was married to Susannah Wright, d/o Jacob & Rebecca Wright,
on 3/31/1829, who died prior to 1870 census.  His children were:  Polly Hale b. 1832; Fletcher Hale b. 1836 who
served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA; Rufus H. Hale b. 1837 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA; Melvina Hale
b. 1839; Matilda Hale b. 1840; and Rebecca Hale b. 1842.  Dudley lost a leg due to blood poison and is buried in the
Old Lebanon Cemetery, Elk Creek.]

283.   Hale, Eli C.           36            Farmer    8000      6800
 (Scott) Frances A.           33
    William L.                14            At School
      Robt. C.                12            At School
      Laura J.                10            At School
          Emma                 8
      Sarah C.                 6
        Mollie                 6
      Margaret                 2
       Maurice              8/12            (B. Oct 1869)
   Francis (f)                83
       Luzenia                50            Domestic
      Sarah C.                 7
        Wilson              36 B            Farm Laborer
        Edmond              24 B            Farm Laborer
           Ann              22 B            Domestic
        Tempey              14 B            Domestic
[This was family 366 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Eli Cook Hale was s/o Stephen Hale & Frances Bourne
(b. 1787).  Stephen Hale was s/o Lewis Hale & Mary Burwell.  Laura V. Hale, Md. James E. Vaughn, s/o J. W. & S.
A. Vaughn, 5/10/1881; Sarah C. Hale Md. James F. Hale, s/o Jane Hale 4/6/1880.  Eli C. Hale served in Co. C, 45th
VA Inf., CSA, enl. 5/61 at Wytheville, transferred to 9th VA Cavalry 7/1/1862.  Ref. P. 116-8, Nuckolls, Eli C. Hale,
13th child of Stephen Hale Md. Frances Scott, d/o William Scott and Elizabeth Porter.  Children were:  William
graduate of Emory and Henry, Superintendent of Schools, Represented in Grayson Co., in the state legislature, Md.
Mary Booher of TN; Robert Clarke Hale Md. Mary McLean; Maurice Hale Md. Kate Perkins, lived at Blue Springs, VA
in 1914; Laura Hale Md. Dr. Emmett Vaughn lived in Lynchburg, VA; Emma Md. Mr. Barnett lived in Lynchburg, VA
in 1914; Mary "Mollie" Md. Willis McKinney of Mt. Airy, NC; Callie Hale Md. Rev. John Pugh; Susan Hale Md. George
Lambert, etc.]

690.Hale, Elizabeth           49            Keeping House
        Julina                21
         Sarah                17
          Rush                14
[This was family 676 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elizabeth Hale widow of Alfred Hale.  Juliana Hale Md.
Wiley McBride, s/o Wyatt and Cynthia McBride, 9/22/1870; Sarah J. Hale, Md. Haywood Blevins, s/o John & Adaline
Blevins, 1/27/1873.]

399. Hale, Fletcher           34            Farm Laborer
  (Winn) Sarah                20
         Polly              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Fletcher Hale, s/o Dudley Hale & Susannah Wright, Md. Sarah Elizabeth Winn, d/o Josiah Winn & Amanda Jane
Dutting, 12/31/1868.  Fletcher Hale served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.  Josiah Wynn d. in the Battle of First
Manassas while serving in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA.]

120. Hale, Fountain           64            Farm Laborer             120
        Sarena                64                                             KY
         Rossa                19
         Sarah                16
         Frank                13

296.  Hale, Geo. W.           22            Farmer              100
      Wicks H.                72            Farm Laborer
         Patsy                50
      Caroline                29            No Occupation
  Fountain (m)                28            Farm Laborer
          Jno.                17
        Melvin                19
         Hicks                12
         Nancy                21
         Friel                 8
       Stephen                 6
         James                 4
       Rebecca                 9
[George W. Hale, was s/o Wicks H. Hale & Peggy Bryant, who md. on 6/6/1822.  Wicks (Wix) Hale was s/o Francis
Hale & Elizabeth Hale and moved to Cherokee Co., AL and apparently returned before this census.]

226.             Hale, Granville                  47 B
        Lottey              42 B
      Rice (m)              13 B
         Chas.              10 B
       Jno. W.               7 B
      Isabella               4 B
        Amelia               2 B

290. Hale, Jacob B.           36            Farm Laborer             125          MO
       Barbara                30
      Leftwich                14
        Losann                12
        Martha                 9
        Allice                 6
[This family 416 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Martha Hale, Md. R. F. Pauley, s/o Josiah & Ann Pauley,
9/22/1881.  Jacob B. Hale served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

389. Hale, Jacob L.           40            Farmer    150       100
(Tate) Lucinda                40
       Leonard                20            Farm Laborer
(Cornett) Elizabeth           19
        Thursa                18
         Sarah                16
        Wm. J.                13
       John L.                10
      Thos. J.                 8
          Levi                 4
         Friel                 1
[This was family 138 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jacob L. Hale, s/o Thomas B. Hale & Elizabeth Burris,
md. Lucinda Elizabeth Tate (d. 8/8/1909) in Ashe Co., NC.  Leonard Hale, s/o Jacob L. & Lucinda E. Hale Md. R.
Elizabeth Cornett, d/o J. & S. Cornett, 3/24/1869; Thursa J. Hale Md. Kenley Robbins, s/o T. J. & E. Robbins,
12/23/1874; Sarah M. Hale Md. Wm. T. Comer, s/o John & S. Comer, 3/16/1873; Wm. J. Hale, Md. Mary J. Bryant,
d/o Nancy Bryant, 11/27/1876; Thos. J. Hale, Md. Milly C. Holbrook, d/o Wm. & P. Holbrook, 3/23/1882.  Jacob L.
Hale served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

149.  Hale, John C.           40            Blacksmith
         Susan                36
    (Frances) Fanny           17
       Jno. S.                12
        Elvira                11
        Wm. H.                 4
        Dellia              6/12            (B. Jan 1870)
[John C. Hale served in Co. 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

667.  Hale, John B.           32            Farm Laborer             100
    (Spurlin) Nancy           32            Keeping House
        Thomas                 8
[John B. Hale served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.  John B. Hale md. Nancy Spurlin, d/o D. & S. Isom (sic) on
8/27/1868.]

403.  Hale, John M.           36            Farmer    10000     2700
        Lenora                66            Keeping House
 Stuart, Smith              35 B            Farm Laborer
        Easter              25 B            Domestic
         Lydia               8 B
    Hale, Mary              20 B            Domestic
        Lenora               2 B
         Laura               1 B
       Preston              18 B            Farm Laborer
[John M. Hale served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry CSA and attained the rank of Captain.  John M. Hale (d.
10/22/1906 at Staunton, VA) was probably a s/o Stephen Hale and one of his two wives, Charlotte Dickenson, d/o
Martin & Polly Dickenson or Lenora Mitchell.]

691.     Hale, John           23            Farmer    300       180
  (Hampton) Rebecca           21
        Alfred             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[John Hale, s/o Alfred Hale (d. 1854) & Elizabeth Jones, md. Rebecca Hampton, d/o A. & P. Hale, on 12/27/1866.
Alfred Hale was s/o John Hale & Rosamond Blair.  Rosamond Blair was d/o Thomas Blair.  John Hale, Sr. (d. 1845)
owned 1000 acres on Rock Creek was s/o William Hale & Lucy Stone.  Alfred & Elizabeth's other children were:
Nancy Hale b. 1839; Minitree Hale b. 1841; Rosamond J. Hale b. 1843 md. John W. Taylor on 1/10/1861; John Hale
b. 1845; Julina Hale b. 1848 who md. Wiley McBride, s/o Wyatt McBride on 9/22/1870; Sarah J. Hale b. 1850 md.
Haywood Blevins, s/o John & Adeline Blevins on 1/27/1873; and Rush F. Hale b. 1854 md. Nancy Cornett, d/o David
Cornett, on 11/14/1873.]

374.Hale, Josiah B.           38            Farmer    600       558
       Rebecca                31                                             NC
         Sarah                11
         Creed                10
         Rhoda                 8
         Rosey                 6
       Barbara                 4
       Stephen                 2
[Josiah B. Hale was s/o Thomas Hale (b. 1802) & Sarah Sutherland (b. 1802) who md. on 9/26/1816.  Sarah Hale
Md. Mastin L. Phillips, s/o S. & M. Phillips, 1/20/1876.  Josiah B. Hale's siblings were:  Morgan Hale b. 1835; Mary
Hale b. 1837; Levi Hale b. 1839; Frances Hale b. 1841; and Ephraim b. 1844.  Josiah B. Hale served in Company F,
4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

373.  Hale, Leonard           20            Farm Laborer             150
    (Cornett) Rhoda           18
    William A.              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[Leonard T. Hale Md. Rhoda E. Cornett, d/o James C. & Sarah Jane Cornett, 3/24/1869.]

422. Hale, Margaret           61            Keeping House       1500 405
         Lewis                20            Farm Laborer
       Malinda                18
       Preston                14
     Elizabeth                 3
[Margaret Hale (b. 1805) was the widow of Lewis B. Hale who was s/o Burroughs Hale & Peggy Sutherland or Clara
Huddle.  Other children of Lewis B. & Margaret Hale were:  Leftwich Hale b. 1835; Mastin Hale b. 1847; Kesiah Hale
b. 1832; Matilda Hale b. 1836; and Sarah Hale b. 1838.]

223.   Hale, Martha           29            Keeping House
       Levi D.                12            Farm Laborer
        Amanda                 8
         Laura                 6
        Amelia                 5
         Nancy                 2
       Matilda                21            Seamstress
        Luzena                50            Domestic

233.   Hale, Mastin           65            Farmer    8000      1805
      Margaret                51
      Rosamond                35
Nuckols, Robt.                17            At School
        Lee A.                14            At School
        Winnie              52 B            Domestic
[This would appear to be family 163 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  His wife at that time was Susan,
therefore Margaret may have been a second wife.  Mastin Hale was s/o Dudley Hale & Nancy Burris.  Dudley Hale
was s/o Lewis Hale (b. 1746 d. 1802) & Mary Burwell (b. 1744), who are counted among the first 15 settlers of
Grayson Co.  Lewis Hale was s/o George Hale b. 1728 d. 1806 and Sarah Smith.]

425.   Hale, Mastin           23            Farmer    500       300
      Caroline                22
[Mastin Hale was s/o Lewis B. & Margaret Hale.  He served in Co. G, 14th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting on 3/1/1864 in
Grayson Co.]

687. Hale, Minitree           29            Farm Laborer        200  175
         Nancy                25            Keeping House
     Alfred L.                 2
[Minitree Hale served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry and in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA.  Minitree Hale was s/o Alfred
Hale & Elizabeth Jones.]

284.Hale, Peyton G.           48            Farmer    4500      5585
 (Bourne) Jane                46
      Nancy V.                26
          Lucy                19            At School
          Elly                15            At School
        Cennia                13            At School
         James              28 M            Farm Laborer
         Elias              14 B            Farm Laborer
        Rachel              46 B            Domestic
[Peyton G. Hale, was youngest s/o William Hale & Lucy Stone, md. (1) Amanda Cornett on 10/17/1850 and md. (2)
Jane Bourne.  Nancy V. Hale, Md. F. J. Hale, s/o W. & M. Hale, 6/27/1872.  Ref. P. 73 Nuckolls.]

291.  Hale, Preston         40 B            Farm Laborer
         Eliza              30 B
Braxon, Amanda              21 B                  (Md. July 1869)
        Joseph              22 B
      Eliza J.               1 B
      Henry M.               5 B
 Hale, William              22 B            Farm Laborer
        Jestin              17 B            No Occupation
      Mourning              16 B            Farm Laborer
        Martha              17 B            Farm Laborer

666. Hale, Rosamond           75            Keeping House       1800 800
          John                10

238. Hale, Sarah A.           46            Keeping House       4000 832
         Nancy                11
  Barker, George C.           24            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                65            Domestic
   Dickenson, T. J.           21            At School
[George C. Barker was likely s/o Elizabeth Barker.]

205.    Hall, Byram           26            Farm Laborer
         Celia                24
        James                  3
      Caldonia             11/12            (B. Jul 1869)
[Byram Hall served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, CSA.  Byram Hall Md. Celia Vaught, d/o Andrew and Sydney
Vaught, above on, 1/24/1866.]

480.   Hall, Calvin           28            Farm Laborer             180
    (Fag) Jane                27
       Malinda                 8
         Susan                 5
        Luella                 2
          Emma              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Calvin J. Hall, s/o John (b. 1800) & Sarah Hall, Md. Jane Fagg, d/o Louisa Hall (sic), 12/23/1859; Malinda Hall, Md.
James Coomes, s/o J. T. & Coomes; Susan Hall, Md. A. J. Coomes, s/o James T. & A. Coomes, 3/18/1882.  Calvin
Hall served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.]

409. Hall, Eldridge           48            Farmer    600       325
         Eliza                42
        Amanda                22
        Wm. R.                20
         Chas.                16
       Geo. L.                13
         Lydia                11
        Warner                 9
         Sarah                 4
        Minnie              5/12            (B. Jan. 1870)
[An Eldridge Hall was living alone in household 35 in 1860, with family living in household 36.  The ages do not
coincide, however, the names do.  Eldridge Hall was s/o Elisha & Lucinda Hall.  Chas. H. Hall Md. Jestin E. Cornett
d/o W. & E. Cornett, 1/6/1876; Geo. L. Hall Md. T. E. Stone, d/o James H. & Katy Stone, 3/2/1880; Sarah A. Hall,
Md. James Kegley, s/o D. F. & C. Kegley, 11/30/1882.  Eldridge Hall Md. Lizean Roberts 3/28/1847.  Eldridge Hall
served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

657.   Hall, George           40            Blacksmith
    (Louisa?) Eliza           35
        Joseph                15
     Elizabeth                11
         Lydia                 6
[Joseph M. Hall, Md. Virginia Lyons, d/o Azariah & Zilpha Lyons, 2/25/1875.  George Hall served in Co. K, 51st VA
Inf. CSA.]

621.  Hall, Jackson           23            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Nancy                24            Keeping House                         NC
          Jane                 7                                             NC
          Mary                 4                                             NC
          Rosy                 2                                             VA

662.    Hall, James           48            Farmer    1500      350
         Polly                46
          Rosy                12
        George                14
 Cole, Lorenza                10
[This was family 718 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Hall was probably s/o John Hall (b. 1800) & Sally
Bedwell (b. 1810).  James was brother of Eldridge Hall.  Rosy Hall Md. George W. Warrick, s/o E. & Betty Warrick,
9/27/1877; George Hall Md. Elizabeth Carr, d/o F. & N. Carr, 5/20/1875.  James Hall served in Co. C, 63rd VA
Infantry, CSA.]

478.     Hall, John           70            Farm Laborer             120
    (Bedwell) Sarah           60
   Cole, Sarah                10            Domestic
Sexton, Martin                21            Farm Laborer
[This was family 657 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Hall md. Sarah Bedwell on 8/16/1831.  Martin
Sexton Md. Lucinda Combs, d/o James Combs, 10/4/1876.  John & Sarah's children were:  Jane Hall b. 1830; Emily
Hall b. 1831; Besty Hall b. 1834; Calvin Hall b. 1838; John Hall b. 1843; and Richard Hall b. 1848.]

513.            Hall, Rebecca J.                    22          Keeping House
       John W.                 1

380.   Hall, Warner           47            Farm Laborer             100
(Martin) Polly                34
       Stephen                13
          Geo.                 9
        Bettie                 7
         James                 6
          Mary                 4
       Barbara             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
    Martin, Clinton           10                                             TN
[Probably Family 47, 1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.  Warner Hall md. Mary Martin on 9/12/1852.  George Hall,
Md. Sallie Carrico, d/o S. & J. Carrico, Md. 4/18/1880.  Warner Hall served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

663.  Hall, William           19            Farm Laborer
        Amanda                19
        Andrew              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
         Jacob                21            Farm Laborer
      Caroline                24            Spinner
[Jacob Hall, d/o James & Polly Hall, Md. Susan Warrick, d/o Ephraim & Elizabeth Warrick, 6/29/1873.]

6.    Ham, Enoch J.           25            Farmer Laborer           100          VA
     Martha A.                21
      Thos. F.                 3
       Mary E.                 1
       Mazy L.             10/12            (B. Mar 1869)
[Family 798 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA census.  E. J. Ham served in Co. F, 22nd NC Infantry, CSA was captured
at Seven Pine, VA on 5/31/1862 and was exchanged and went AWOL in 10/1862.]

89. Ham, Enoch                63                                150
       Malinda                55
    Solomon C.                16
[This was family 798 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Enoch Ham, s/o John Ham & Sarah Landreth B. 1814 D.
1899 in Grayson Co. Md. Malinda Taylor, d/o William and Mary Taylor.  Solomon C. Ham was a Primitive Baptist
Minister and settled at Flat Ridge and established a Church there with the place being known as Solomon's Temple.
Solomon died in the home of his son Lonnie, near Independence in the 1930s.]

90.  Ham, Thomas F.           21            Farmer    800       150
          Jane                19
         Thos.              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)
[Thomas F. Ham, s/o Enoch & Malinda Ham was member of household 798 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

62.    Ham, William           63            Farmer    600       700          NC
     Elizabeth                50                                             NC
      Polly J.                18                                             NC
          John                18            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Andrew                17            Farm Laborer                          NC
          Lucy                16                                             NC
          Hugh                14            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Josiah                13                                             NC
         Ralph                10                                             NC
Osborn, Alfred                18            Farm Laborer                          VA

88.Ham, William M. C.              28       Farmer              200
         Polly                29
      Enoch K.                 4
      Linda E.                 2

646.Hampton, Andrew           55            Farmer    1800      800
(Andrews) Mary                59
        Griggs                16            Farm Laborer
  Johnson, Margaret           26
     Alexander                 2
[Andrew Hampton, s/o Griggs Hampton (b. 11/22/1788) Md. (1) Mary Isom, d/o Spencer Isom, 7/8/1833.  Griggs
Hampton was s/o Andrew Hampton, Sr.  Andrew Hampton Md. (2) Polly Andrews (Anders).  This was family 636 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  A Margaret Hampton, age 15 was living with the family in 1860, and is probably
Margaret Johnson above.  Andrew Hampton's children by his fist wife were:  Ephraim Hampton b. 1835 and was
killed in the Civil War and md. Sarah Jennings (b. 1835); Susannah Hampton b. 1838; Phyllis Hampton b. 1840;
Isom Hampton b. 1842 who was killed in the Civil War; Margaret "Peggy" Hampton b. 1844; Rebecca Hampton b.
1846; and Griggs Hampton b. 1852. ]

253.  Harris, James         34 B            Stone mason
        Hannah              32 B
         James              15 B            Farm Laborer
        Jordan              13 B            Farm Laborer
         Rosey              11 B            At School
      Victoria               9 B
          Emma               7 B
       Jno. W.               1 B

169.  Hawk, Fielden           27            Farm Laborer             125
        Martha                26
[Fielden Hawks was s/o Isaac (b. 1809) & Aletha Hawks (b. 1817).  Fielden Hawks' siblings were:  Matilda Hawks b.
1843; and Stephen Hawks b. 1847.]

678.    Hawk, Isaac           61            Farmer    900
        Alitha                51                                200
       Stephen                23
      Peter J.                20            Farm Laborer
        Marila                17
         Saml.                12
[Stephen E. Hawk Md. N. C. Vaught, d/o J. & A. Vaught, 3/27/1879.]

677.   Hawk, Martin           64            Farmer    900
         Susan                54            Keeping House
         Creed                22            Farm Laborer
        Elbert                24            Farm Laborer
        Thursa                15
       Ephraim                13
         Polly                66            House Keeper             150
[This was family 255 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elbert Hawk Md. Z. E. Daniel, d/o E. & E. Daniel,
9/21/1871.]

699.Hawkins, Burton           45            Farmer    700       375
    (Taylor) Martha           38                                             NC
         James                12
          John                 9
           Wm.                 8
       Bluford                 4
          Mary                 2
    Ham, Sarah                52            House Keeper
Hawkins, (Sexton) Ruth             90       No Occupation                         NC
[This was family 688 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Burton Hawkins, Jr. s/o Burton Hawkins Sr. & Ruth
Sexton, md. Martha Ann Taylor on 5/29/1856 in Ashe Co., NC.  Burton Hawkins, Sr. & Ruth Sexton, living above,
were md. on 9/4/1810 and lived on Rock Creek.  Ruth Sexton was d/o Prior Sexton.  Burton Hawkins, Jr.'s son M. A.
Hawkins md. Susan Poole, d/o N. S. Poole, on 9/13/1838.  Calvin Hawkins md. Polly Jane Simcock, d/o Joel & Sally
Simcock, on 8/5/1858.  John Hawkins, Md. Jestin Carr, d/o W. & P. Carr, 11/17/1880.  Would suspect that Barton
(Burton?) and William Hawkins were brothers and each had care of one parent.  Burton Hawkins served in Co. C,
8th VA Cavalry and in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  He was discharged for chronic rheumatism on 6/20/1863, then
age 39.]

700.   Hawkins, Wm.           43            Farmer    500       944          NC
(McBride) Mary                38
        Burton                85            Farmer
  McBride, Franklin           13            Farmer
 Johnson, Geo.                15
[William Hawkins, b. 10/18/1826 d. 11/22/1894, s/o Burton Hawkins and Ruth Sexton, Md. Mary Jane McBride
8/17/1851 in Ashe Co. NC.  William Hawkins is buried in the Rock Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery and was
ordained Primitive Baptist minister on 11/5/1870.  Franklin McBride Md. Alice Sexton, 9/26/1880??  This was family
860 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Hawkins served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA and/or Co. C, 8th VA
Cavalry, CSA.]

684.   Hawkins, Wm.           34            Farm Laborer
         Susan                22            keeping House
[William Hawkins served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA and/or Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

246.   Hawks, Frank           28            Farm Laborer             260
(Catron) Polly                36
         Sally                 4
        Amanda                 2
         Nancy              5/12            (B. Jan. 1870)
  Green, James                16
       Stephen                12
        Thursa                11
Hale, Caroline                29            Domestic
[Frank Hawks, Md. M. J. Catron, d/o W. & M. Catron 11/28/1867.  Franklin Hawks served in Company F, 4th VA Inf.,
CSA.  He is buried in the Summerfield Methodist Church Cemetery.]

511.   Hawks, Lydia           33            Keeping House
          Mary                 6
          John                 3
         James                 2
[Lydia Hawks was d/o Abraham & Bulah Hawks.  Lydia Hawks md. William T. Trent, s/o W. & P. Trent, on
1/25/1877.]

482.Head, Alexander           51            Farm Laborer                          NC
  (Moss) Nancy                28
        Joshua                 5
          Ruth                 3
   Artitia (f)                 1                                             NC
  Moss, Phoebe                11
[Would appear to be Alexander Head, family 887 in the 1850 Ashe Co., NC Census.  At that time his wife was
Louisa, 42, B. VA, Wm, 13, and Elizabeth Faircloth, 35, was living in this household.  They were living in Helton
Township at that time.  This also may have been family 855 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  He was the s/o
William & Catherine Head of Sampson Co., NC.  Alexander Head md. (2) Nancy Moss b. 1839, d/o Andrew &
Hannah Moss, on 11/28/1863.]

368.            Henderson, James                    29          Farm Laborer                     NC
     Elizabeth                28
       Sophina              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)

641. Hensley, Lydia           52            Keeping House
         Heath                16
        Andrew                14
         David                12
          Mary                 5

311.         Herrington, John C.                    70          Brick Mason    400  291     England
         Nancy                46
     Elizabeth                32
[Family 67, 1860, Grayson Co., VA Census.  John C. Herrington b. 1797 in England d. 12/9/1874 md. Catherine
Huddle.  His 9 children were:  Nancy Herrington b. 1824; Peter Herrington b. 1825; Barbara Ann Herrington b. 1828;
Stephen Herrington b. 1831; William Herrington b. 1834 who served in Co. I2, 21st VA Cavalry, CSA; Rosamond
Herrington b. 1835; Elizabeth Herrington b. 1838 who md. (1) R. K. Roberts on 4/14/1867; Mitchell Herrington b.
1839; and Charles W. Herrington b. 1841..]

197.           Herrington, Peter                    44          Farmer         150
   (Martin) Matilda           45
       Lucy P.                16
   Francis (f)                12
          John                 9
      Tivis E.                 7
      Celia J.                 1
[This was family 190 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  P. K. Herrington served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.
Peter Herrington b. 11/15/1825, was s/o John C. Herrington & Catherine Huddle, md. Matilda Martin on 9/2/1852.
Peter Herrington was also a physician and lived in the Herrington Settlement, Bethel Community, Upper Elk Creek.]

364.         Herrington, Stephen                    38          Farmer    650  508
    (Carrico) Sarah           33
      Alvis R.                13
          Geo.                12
        Gideon                10
          Jane                 8
          Mary                 5
      Margaret                 1
Anderson, Mary                65
[Family 33 in 1860 Grayson Co., VA census.  Stephen Herrington, s/o John C. Herrington & Catherine Huddle, Md.
Sarah Carrico, d/o James Carrico, 7/10/1855; Geo. C. Herrington, Md. Rhoda Cole, d/o James & Rebecca Cole,
11/28/1881; Gideon Herrington Md. Luany Hale, d/o Joseph B. & Rebecca Hale, 2/17/1881.  Mary Anderson may be
the same as was living in household 1243 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

310.         Herrington, William                    35          Farmer    800  930
       Matilda                21
       John A.                13
    William L.                11
    Beauregard                 9
        Amanda                 5
      Bradford                 3
     Joseph G.                 2
       Rosy B.                 1
    Hall, Catherine           60
[Family 66, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Herrington was s/o John C. Herrington & Catherine Huddle.
Beauregard Herrington Md. Mary Elizabeth Boyer, d/o Churchwell Boyer and Amanda J. Miller.  Joseph G.
Herrington Md. Verda Boyer, d/o Churchwell Boyer and Amanda J. Miller.  John A. Herrington Md. Frankey E.
Cornett, d/o James Cornett of Comer's Rock.  Amanda Herrington Md. James A. H. Shuler, 11/12/1880.  William
Herrington served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

552. Hethorn, Jacob         26 B            Farm Laborer
        Levina              27 B
          Mary               7 B
      Angeline               5 B
          John               4 B
          Dock               3 B

428. Hicks, William           51            Boot & Shoe Maker
     Catherine                47
         Chas.                21            Apr to Boot Maker
         Wiley                26            Shoe Maker
      Eliza A.                18            (Md. May 1870)
[Chas. P. Hicks Md. Maggie A. Pool, d/o John R. Pool, 3/23/1880.  May have been family 1345 in the 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  There are many differences in the two records and this speculation may be in error.  Other children
were:  Henry Hicks b. 1848; William Hicks b. 1853; Catherine Hicks b. 1856; and Martha Hicks b. 1858.  Some of
these children may not have survived childhood.]

142.            Hines, Frederick                    58          Farmer    300  175
  (Daniels) Rebecca           52
     Charlotte                26
        Hannah                21
        Delila                17
       Lucinda                16                                             TX
        Eli J.                15            At School
       Fielden                12            At School
      Margaret                11            At School
 Hall, Malinda                 3
[Frederick Hines was likely s/o Jacob (b. 1785) & Hannah Hines (b. 1784).  Frederick Hines md. Rebecca Daniels on
7/18/1839.  Charlotte T. Hines Md. John M. Hall 7/7/1863 (died in Civil War?); Hannah E. Hines Md. Mitchell T. Pool,
s/o Franklin Pool 12/28/1873; Fielden Hines, Md. Ann Funk, d/o And. & M. Funk 8/28/1879.]

138.  Hines, George           60            Farmer    1000      300
   (Anderson) Polly           52
       Kansady                21
  (Mary?) Jane                17
         Freel                20            At School
       Geo. W.                13            At School
[George Hines, probably s/o Jacob Hines (b. 1785), md. Polly Anderson, d/o Jesse Anderson, on 12/12/1837.  Their
children were:  Johnson Hines b. 1837 who md. Mary A. Funk, d/o Jesse & Sarah Funk on 10/8/1860; Caroline
Hines b. 1842; Catherine Hines b. 1844; Eli Hines b. 1846; Canzada Hines b. 1849; Mary Jane Hines Md. F. M.
Hawk s/o M. & S. Hawk 11/16/1881; Freel Hines; and George Washington Hines.  This was family 233 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.]

140.  Hines, Hannah           83            Keeping House       600               NC
     Charlotte                56
       Lucinda                43
       William                16            At School
 Vaughn, Polly                20            Domestic
[Hannah Hines was the widow of Jacob Himes, and living with two daughters and a grandson.]

137.   Hines, Jacob           37            Farmer              200
         Susan                39
     Martha J.                11            At School
    Elivira A.                10            At School
[Jacob Hines s/o John (b. 1809) & Sally Hines (1809) md. Sarah Welsh, d/o Patsy Welsh, on 3/22/1857.  Martha J.
Hines Md. Geo. M. Funk, s/o Levi & M. Funk, 7/27/1877.  Jacob G. Hines served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.]

136.    Hines, John           60            Farmer    400       300
         Sally                39
          Mary                47            No Occupation
      Crockett                26            Farm Laborer              60
 Brewer, John?                16            Farm Laborer
          Mary                15
         Rufus                10
         Sarah                12
        Winton             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[John Hines was probably another s/o Jacob & Hannah Hines.]

143. Hines, Johnson           33            Farmer              275
         Polly                31
      Celia J.                 9
      James R.                 2
[It would appear that Johnson Hines was s/o George & Mary Hines and member of Family 233 in the 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  Johnson Hines served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.]

616.          Hodges, William A.                    48          Farm Laborer
          Mary                46
           Wm.                17
      Pricilla                15
          Jane                14
         David                11
          Mary                10
        Gideon                 6
         Rhoda             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
   South, Mary                84            No Occupation
[This was family 703 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William A. Hodges served in the Grayson Co. Militia,
CSA.  William A. Hodges served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.  Mary Smith may have been Mary
Hodges' mother.]

615.             Hodges, William                    28          Farm Laborer
         Sarah                22
     Granville                 3
       Haywood                 1
         Sarah                22            Weaver
[William Hodges was probably a s/o William Hodges of household 616 Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Probably the William Hodges who served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry.]

370.            Hodgson, Abraham                    32          Farm Laborer        100          TN
         Susan                23                                             NC
        Martha                 8                                             VA
Pore, Elisa C.                31            Farm Laborer                          NC

390.       Holbrooks, William E.                    28          Farm Laborer                     NC
         Nancy                18            (Md. Sep. 1869)
         Eliza                11
         Milla                10
         Sarah                 8
         Susan                 3
[Family 104, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Eliza J. Holbrooks Md. Marian Russell, s/o Jno. & M. Russell,
1/13/1875; Milly C. Holbrooks Md. Thos. J. Hale, s/o J. L. & L. E. Hale, 3/23/1882.]

293.  Howard, Frank         35 B            Farm Laborer
          Lucy              35 B
        Louisa               7 B
     Elizabeth               5 B
        Melvin               3 B

299. Hubble, Thomas           33            Farmer              1884
        Andrew                18            Farm Laborer
Bryson, Americus (f)        55 B            House Keeping
         Sarah              20 B            Domestic
      Martha             10/12 M            (B. Jul 1869)

346.Hushower, Peter           46            Farm Laborer             200
(Hall) Malinda                38
       John E.                 8
[Probably same as family 43, 1860 census.  I transcribed the surname in 1860 as Hushhouse.  Peter Hushower md.
Malinda Hall on 8/5/1852.  Peter Hushower served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. I, 37th Battalion VA
Cav., CSA.  Three other children were no longer at home:  Sarah C. Hushower b. 1854; Rachel S. Hushower b.
1857; and Martha A. Hushower and these may have died young.  Sarah Hall lived with this family in 1860 and was
Malinda's mother.  Sarah was Sarah Bedwell, d/o William Bedwell, and md. Richard Hall on 9/7/1816.]

651.    Isom, David           65            Farmer    4400      1820
         Sarah                66
         David                22
   Hale, Sarah                24
   Pullins, William           13            Farm Laborer
    Salmon, Jackson           15            Farm Laborer
[David Isom may have been the s/o John & Charity Isom, Jr.  David & Sarah's children no longer at home were:
Mary Isom b. 1835; Spencer Isom b. 1836; Lowell Isom b. 1838; Nancy Isom b. 1839; Sarah Ann Isom b. 1841; and
Elizabeth Isom b. 1844.  David Isom, b. 1848, may have served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, enlisting on
5/1/1864 at Saltville, was taken prisoner at Lynchburg, VA on 6/17/1864 and sent to Camp Chase, OH and was
exchanged on 3/2/65 then age 18.]

669.  Isom, Edwards         30 B            Teacher
         Sarah              25 B
         Betty               5 B
          John               1 B

648. Isom, James H.           43            Farmer    175       100
(Hampton) Mary                43
        George                10
        Andrew                 9
          John                 7
         Nealy                 5
         Margy                 4
[James Henley Isom Md. Mary Hampton, d/o Griggs Hampton, 4/25/1844.  This was family 639 in the 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  James H. Isom served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Other children of James H. & Mary Isom
were:  Littrell Isom; Susan Isom; and Mary Isom.]

712.  Isom, John R.           35            Farm Laborer        200  150
         Sally                35
        Thomas                12
      Margarey             11/12            (B. Jul 1869)

643.   Isom, Lowell           34            Farmer    1000      887
      Rosamond                34
     Elizabeth                 9
      Crockett                 5
          Jane                 2
         Sally              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Lowell Isom served as 2nd Lt. in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.  Lowell Isom was s/o David & Sarah Isom.]

702. Isom, Minitree           32            Farmer              150
         Nancy                30            Keeping House
         Betty                11
       Spencer                 9
       William                 7
         Julia                 5
         Sarah                 4
       Fielden                 2
[This was family in 645 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Minitree Isom served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.
Minitree Isom was s/o John (b. 1816) & Sally Isom (b. 1817).  Minitree Isom's siblings were:  Spencer Isom b. 1838;
James Isom b. 1840; William Isom b. 1842; Fielden Isom b. 1843; Susan Isom b. 1844; David Isom b. 1845; John
Isom b. 1847; Nancy Isom b. 1849; Charles Isom b. 1851; Daniel Isom b. 1854; Thomas Isom b. 1856; and Betty
Isom b. 1857.]

701.    Isom, Sarah           46            Keeping House
         Susan                24

144.            Jackson, John S.                    37          Wheelwright    600  400          NC
  (Troy) Polly                27
      Nancy J.                10            At School
       Mary E.                 9
   Francis (f)                 6
      Margaret                 5
      James E.                 1
[Jno. S. Jackson, s/o John & Nancy Jackson Md. Polly Troy, d/o Henry & Nancy Troy 7/20/1856.  John S. Jackson
served in Co. C, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  This was family 260 in the 1860 Grayson Census.  John S. Jackson may have
been the s/o Addison Jackson (b. 1812) and wife Matilda.]

304.            Jackson, John E.                    72          Farm Laborer        100          NC
          Ruth                54                                             NC

182. Jackson, Milas         50 B            Farm Laborer             100          NC
       Lucinda              50 B                                             NC
         Clark              13 B
      Harrison               8 B
        Louisa               6 B
        Daniel               5 B
      Chas. R.               2 B

541.            Jenkins, Charles                    49          Farm Laborer
        Mariah                48
       Anthony                15            Farm Laborer
        Mariah                13
         Chas.                12
       Harriet                10
          Mary                 8
         Fanny                 6
       William                 4
      Virginia              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)

617.           Jennings, Charity                    56          Keeping House  800  300          NC
        Martin                21            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Peggy                16                                             NC
  Phadis, Jack                25            Farm Laborer                          VA
[Charity Jennings, widow of Thornton, was living in household 144, in the 1850 Ashe Co., NC census.  Thornton &
Charity Jennings children were:  William Jennings b. 1841; Frances Jennings b. 1843; John Jennings b. 1844;
Thomas Jennings b. 1846; Martin Jennings b. 1847; Susan Jennings b. 1851; and Peggy Jennings b. 1854.  Some
of these children may not have survived childhood.]

145.          Jennings, Margaret                    24          Keeping House       140          NC
      Jesse S.                 3                                             NC
  Jackson, Jesse C.           30                                             NC

606.           Jennings, Solomon                    55          Farmer    2000 785          NC
     Elizabeth                45            Keeping House
       William                19            Farm Laborer
         Ellen                17
       Solomon                15            Farm Laborer
Wilson, Martha                17            Domestic
 Mathews, Mary                12            Domestic
[Solomon Jennings's other children were:  Frances Jennings b. 1837; Patsey Jennings b. 1838; John Jennings b.
1841; Jesse Jennings b. 1842; and Luke Jennings b. 1844.]

618.            Jennings, Thomas                    23          Farmer         300          NC
    (Calloway) Jane           23            Keeping House
         Ellen             11/12            (B. July 1869)
[Thomas Jennings, s/o Thomas & Charity Jennings, Md. Jane Calloway, d/o H N. & P. Calloway, 11/2/1868.  He was
a member of household 144 in the 1850 Census of Ashe Co., NC, the area that became Alleghany in 1859.  Thomas
Jennings enlisted in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry on 3/14/1864 in Smyth Co., VA.]

609.           Jennings, William                    30          Farm Laborer        250
         Emily                26
      Saml. H.                 3
     Catherine                 2
[William Jennings served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, B. 7/25/1840 D. 12/9/1926, enl. 6/24/1861 at Wytheville, WIA
at Cloyd's Mountain 5/9/1864, captured at Piedmont 6/5/1864, POW at Camp Morton, exchanged 2/26/1865.]

623.           Johnson, Benjamin                    54          Farmer    1400 400          NC
     Elizabeth                43                                             VA
          John                20                                             NC
         Allen                15                                             TN
        Borden                10                                             TN
     Elizabeth                 6
      Virginia                 2
 Robinson, Virginia           44            Seamstress
   Brown, Rush              15 B            Farm Laborer
 Gamble, Julia              18 B            Domestic                         NC
       Malinda               2 B                                             NC

233. Johnson, Creed         29 B            Farm Laborer
           Ann              21 B
         Clark              24 B            Deaf & Dumb
  Lavinday (f)              50 B            No Occupation

254.            Johnson, Gilbert                  41 B          Farm Laborer        100
        Mahona              34 M
          Geo.              22 M            Farm Laborer
    America A.              19 M            Farm Laborer
      James C.              17 M            Farm Laborer
      Eliza J.              15 M            Farm Laborer
         Friel              13 M
        Mollie              10 M
      Mitchell               9 M
         Nancy               2 M

214. Johnson, Henry           62            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Adaline                42                                             NC
      Caroline                19                                             NC
         Nancy                18                                             NC
       Emaline                12                                             NC
         James                14            Idiotic                          NC
        Hiller                 8                                             NC
[Emaline Johnson, Md. Thurman Reid, s/o Amos & S. Reid, 4/19/1880.]

550. Johnson, Lotty         44 B            Keeping House
         Betty               9 B
         Alice               6 B
Stuart, Hannah              22 B
       Abraham               2 B
 Johnson, Mary              26 B
        Rosann              10 B
        Martha               1 B
      William             8/12 B            (B. Oct. 1869)

644.          Johnson, Thomas J.                    24          Farm Laborer
      Margaret                28
          Mary                 1

9.     Jones, Abner           39            Constable 400       800          VA
 (Pool) Jemima                22
   Pool, Susan                53            Domestic
   Jones, Mollie E.            4
    Jones, Minty B.            2
 Lemmons, Jas.                16            Farm Laborer                          NC
 Taylor, Robt.                15            Farm Laborer                          VA
[Susan Pool may have been the same as was living in household 721 in the 1860 Census.  At that time, a Jeremiah,
as transcribed, was living in this household.  Abner Jones was s/o Mark & Frances Jones and md. Jemima Pool, d/o
Susan Pool, on 10/27/1864.  Mark Jones was s/o George Jones of Brush Creek Carroll Co., VA and one of his two
wives, Alice Johnson or Jane Carrico.  Patsy A. Pool d/o Susan Pool, Md. 10/27/1864.  May have been the same
family as found in family 673 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Abner Jones served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry,
CSA with the rank of Sergeant.]

539.   Jones, David           64            Farm Laborer        200  100
          Jane                40
         James                20
          Mary                22
         Saml.                15
         Sarah                 3
[This appears to be family 423 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Jones, actually born in Ohio, was the s/o
Brush Creek George Jones.]

514.Jones, Franklin         38 B                                             NC
       Lucinda              20 B
         Creed              12 B
         Wiley              11 B
         Alice              10 B
          Geo.               9 B
         Ellen               5 B
         James               4 B
    Noday (f)             9/12 B            (B. Sep 1869)
   Bryan, Rose              12 B
       Nancy             10/12 B            (B. Aug. 1869)
  Wassum, Jane                60            No Occupation
[Alice Jones Md. Mark Bryant, s/o L. & F. Bryant, 5/17/1879.]

465.   Jones, Henry         48 M            Farm Laborer
       Lucinda              32 M
         Robt.               8 M
          Mary               5 M

8.   Jones, John B.           42            Lawyer              300          WV
      Patsy A.                40                                             WV
     Willie A.                14                                             WV
    Mary M. D.                11                                             WV
  Thomas, Nannie L.           21            Teacher                          NC
    Kelly, Linticum           14            Domestic                         NC

498.    Jones, Mark           62            Farmer    400       180
     Elizabeth                45
          Mary                16
           Ann                14
   Head, Cilia                45                                             TN
[This was family 669 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  In 1860 Mark's wife was named Frances.  Another son,
Abner Jones lived in household #9, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mark was s/o George Jones
of Brush Creek, Carroll Co., VA.]

429.  Jones, Thomas         62 B            Farm Laborer             100
       Morning              50 B
        Amanda              23 B            Weaver
         Betty              21 B            Weaver
         Chas.              17 B            Farm Laborer
         Friel              16 B            Farm Laborer
       Minerva              14 B
         Laura              10 B
         Thos.               7 B
 Bourn, Hannah              70 B            No Occupation
[Betty Jones Md. James S. Hale, s/o Hannah Hale, 5/6/1875.  Members of this family were former slaves of Minitree
Jones.]

526.           Jones, William L.                    44          Farmer    600  300
 (Byrd) Jestin                43
       Emaline                18
       Lilburn                15
       Richard                12
       Malinda                10
       Lucinda                 8
         Ettie                 5
       Surilda              2/12            (B. Apl. 1870)
[This was family 407 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William L. Jones Md. Jestin Byrd 5/30/1848.  William L.
Jones was s/o Polly Jones, d/o Brush Creek George Jones.  Polly Jones had William before she md. James Ham.
William L. Jones & Jestin Byrd also had children named:  Elizabeth J. Jones b. 1849; Martha Jones b. 1851; Mary A.
Jones b. 1852; Calvin Jones b. 1859.  Some of these children did not survive childhood.]

218.   Kam, Michael           50            Peddler             125     Ireland
         Sarah                35                                        Ireland
           Ann                11                                             NY
         Sally                 7                               NY
           Wm.                 5                               NY
       Patrick                 3                               NY
      Robt. J.                 1                               NY
[A transient family which did not live long in Grayson Co., VA.]

411. Kegley, Daniel           40            Farmer              100
     Charlotte                31
      Margaret                14
         James                14
    William W.                 7
  Lovelett (f)                 6
         Laura                 5
         Sarah                 4
          John                 2
       Cynthia              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
[Possible that Daniel is in error and name should be David F. Kegley.  James Kegley Md. Sarah A. Hall, d/o E. & E.
A. Hall, 11/30/1882; Wm. W. Kegley Md. Elizabeth Ross, d/o Rebecca Ross, 1/1/1881.  This family moved to
Grayson Co., VA from Wythe Co., VA in the late 1850s.]

261.   Kent, Albert         33 B            Farm Laborer
         Sarah              31 B
       William               3 B
          Jno.               1 B

625.Killing, Sylvia           30            Keeping House                         NC
          Jane                12                                             NC
        Tamsey                10

113.   King, Austin           46            Farmer    500       300
       Cynthia                41
       Clinton                20            Farm Laborer
     Martha E.                18
        Uphama                16
         Fanny                14
         Ellen                12
         Eliza                10
      Caroline                 8
       Julias?                 6
       July B.                 4
[Martha E. King Md. M. C. Porter s/o S. C. & N. C. Porter 12/3/1873; Sarila Fanny King Md. S. W. Fielder, s/o S. K. &
M. M. Fielder 2/7/1876; Mary Ellen King Md. W. W. Copeland, s/o J. & B. Copeland 9/23/1879.]

683. Kirkman, Nancy           43            Keeping House
       Mary A.                17                                             NC
        Joseph                15                                             NC

441.Larrow, Jehu L.           40            Farm Laborer
   (Davis) Caroline           21
         Emory              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[John Larrow, s/o Jesse Larrow & Mary "Polly" Cole, md. Caroline Davis, d/o C. O. & M. Davis 2/18/1869.  J. Hugh
Larrow served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  He died in 1913 and is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery near
Carsonville, VA.]

440.  Larrow, Jesse           71            Farmer              130
   (Cole) Mary                71
         James                46
[Jesse Larrow Md. Mary Cole, 11/12/1818.  James Madison Larrow served in Co. C, 29th VA Infantry, CSA.]

439.   Larrow, Joel           33            Teacher   200       100
        Martha                28
         Sarah                 7
        Elvira                 5
        Edward                 2
     Theodosia              2/12            (B. Apl. 1870)
[Joel Larrow was the s/o Jesse Larrow & Mary "Polly" Cole.]

249.Lawson, Richard           35            Farm Laborer
       Sophina                40
  Brown, Betty                20            No Occupation
          Mary                16            No Occupation
        Allice                14            No Occupation

508.Lawson, Richard           31            Farm Laborer
       Sophina                39
         Nancy                19            Seamstress
          Mary                17            Weaver
          Rosy                10

272.   Leath, James           34            Farmer              255
       Mary J.                14            House Keeper
         Friel                12
         Celia                10
       Malinda                 8
         Nancy                 6
        Winton                 4
          John                 2
[Mary J. Leath, Md. J. L. Patton, 2/21/1879.  James M. Leath served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA
Infantry.  He deserted on 6/26/1864 near Marietta, GA took the oath of allegiance and was sent to Jeffersonville, IN.]

490. Leftwich, Wat.         54 M            Farm Laborer
         Celia              45 M
     Charlotte              15 M            At School
        Joseph               7 M
         Ellis               4 M
    Nolean (f)               1 M
       Marinda              15 M            At School

25.    Lemons, John           60            Work at Farming                       NC
      Sarah E.                22            Keeping House                         NC
      David R.                13                                             NC
        Rachel                12                                             NC
       John S.                 7                                             NC
[David R. Lemons, m. Laura Lyons 10/8/1880.  This family was from Rockingham Co., NC.]

542. Livesay, Enoch           39            Farmer    700       255
  (Roase) Elizabeth           39
         Sarah                16            At School
      Victoria                10            At School
      Anita E.                 8
      Rufus G.                 5
[Enoch Livesay Md. Elizabeth Roase Md. 6/20/1852.  Sarah A. Livesay Md. John W. Cornett, s/o Montgomery &
Margaret Cornett, 1/29/1873; Victoria Livesay Md. Wm. F. Pool, s/o B. & J. Pool 11/26/1879; Anita E. Livesay Md.
Wm. J. Carrico, s/o Stephen & Jane Carrico, 12/22/1881.  Enoch Livesay served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

574.Long, Catherine           27            Keeping House       200  300
     Calvin F.                20
       Cynthia                 2
         Chas.              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)

312.      Long, Eli           41            Farm Laborer        1000 240
(Herrington) Barbara          41
      Sarah C.                10
       John W.                 4
[Eli Long, s/o Henry & Susan Long, Md. Barbara Ann Herrington, d/o John & Catherine Herrington, 10/31/1864.]

19.   Long, Emanuel           55            Farmer    1600      500
 (Lawrence) Lucinda           48
   Drucilla Matilda           23            No Occupation            125
       Levi D.                22            Farm Laborer             100
      Nancy P.                18            No Occupation
       Mary A.                12
    Linticum, Saml.           10
   Moses, George W.         30 B            Farm Laborer
[Emanuel Long, s/o Samuel Long & Mary Cornett, Md. Lucinda Temperance Lawrence in Ashe Co., NC on 9/1/1839.
They are buried in the Independence Methodist Church Cemetery.  Samuel Long md. Mary Cornett on 9/12/1811.
Samuel Long moved to Ashe Co., NC where he died.  In addition to the 4 children listed above, Elizabeth & another
Drucilla may have died in childhood.  The other four were Almedia Long, Betty Long, Bessie Long, Nannie Long and
Calvin Long who moved to Mullins, NE and was accidentally killed while going to work with a team of horses.  Dru-

cilla M. Long Md. Truman B. Thompson 3/ /1873.  Levi Drury Long Md. Elizabeth Pugh 12/27/1870.  Nancy Permilla
Long Md. James W. Lemons s/o J. & S. Lemon of Rockingham Co., NC, Md. 9/30/1875; Mary Almeda Long Md.
Jefferson D. Jones, s/o Abner Jones and Lucinda Moxley on 11/1/1883.  Levi D. Long also moved to NE.  Emanuel
Long's sister, Sibby Long, b. 1812 md. Barney Carrico.  George W. Moses was given a life time deed to a log cabin
and lot on Emanuel Long's Farm, to whom he had belonged before the Civil War.]

323.  Long, Levi D.           32            Farmer    500       200
  (Delp) Sarah                30
     Elvira J.                13
       John R.                11
      Drucilda                 9
         Emory                 7
         Byram                 5
       Fielden                 3
[Family 84, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi D. Long, s/o John Long & Celia Delp; Md. Sarah Delp, d/o John &
Polly Delp, 3/15/1856; Elvira J. Long Md. Joseph K. Parks, s/o J. & N. Parks, 7/17/1875.  Emory Long Md. (1) Sarah
Trent 4/1/1881.  Levi D. Long served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. I2, 21st VA Infantry, CSA.]

457.   Long, Martin           26            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                65            House Keeper
 Eller, Martha                23            Weaver
 Franklin, Columbus           10            At School
[Martin Long appears to be the Martin Long, s/o John Long, Sr. (b. 1800) & Elizabeth Howell, in family 148 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Long, Sr. was s/o William & Catherine Long, Sr. of Long's Gap.  Martha Eller
Md. Henderson Edwards s/o Bird & Atha Edwards 11/24/1881.  Martin Long served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.
Martin Long lived on his father's home place on Peach Bottom Creek and the Hollow Rock Branch, once the site of a
gunpowder mill during the American Revolution.  This land joined the Matthew Dickey land grant.  Martin Long willed
this land to a step daughter who md. Hobert Patton of Speedwell, Wythe Co., VA.  Martin Long is buried in the Long
Family Cemetery (Phipps Cemetery) at Long's Gap.  Martin Long served in the Grayson Co. VA Militia, CSA.  Martin
Long's will named Elizabeth D. Patton as his only heir and foster child.  Elizabeth Patton was the daughter of a
tenant woman.  Elizabeth married J. W. Patton of Speedwell, Wythe Co., Va.]

293.     Long, Noah           53            Farmer    2050      5000
     Catherine                35
        Jestin                60
   Eller, John                60            Farm Laborer
[Family 102, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Noah, Catherine and Jestin, siblings, were children of William Long, Jr.
and Elizabeth Howell.  John Eller may be a cousin, as William Long Jr.'s sister, Margaret, Md. Frederick Eller on
6/2/1795 in Grayson Co.  John Eller was a brother of George Eller, household 295, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  Noah Long gave his Long's Gap farm to his nephew Dodge Phipps and went to live with his
brother-in-law, Thomas Moxley, who had md. Sarah Long.  Here Noah Long looked after the copper mines in
Alleghany Co., NC.  Noah willed all his wealth and possessions to his namesake and nephew, Noah Moxley.]

637.Love, Elizabeth           31            Keeping House
       Nichols                13
        Thomas                10
         Nancy                 5
         Sarah              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)

487.           Lundy, Fielden J.                    33          Farmer    500  770
(Dickey) Sarah                24
         Leona                 9
         Ellis                 7
 Gentry, Celia              15 B
[Perhaps the same as Family 12, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Fielden Lundy was s/o John Lundy who was s/o
Amos Lundy.  Fielden Lundy b. 11/11/1836 d. 8/10/1910, after serving several years as Clerk of Grayson County
with considerable distinction.  Sarah was Sarah Elizabeth Dickey, b. 7/6/1845 d. 12/30/1921, and was d/o James
Dickey.]

438.    Lundy, John           64            Shoe Maker               160?
(South) Martha                60
      Wiley M.                12
      James A.                10
        Wm. T.                 9
[John Lundy Md. Martha South, d/o Peggy South, 2/1/1827.  Early Lundys were of the Quaker faith and migrated to
Grayson County from NJ at or just before the formation of Grayson Co. in 1792.  They were part of the Quaker
Community at Coal Creek for some time before moving to Elk Creek.  Their ancestry has been traced back to County
Tyrone, Ireland.  It is possible that this the same family as 508 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, though there
are some differences in ages, which cast some doubt on this.  The listed children were probably grandchildren.  As a
shoemaker, John Lundy went from house to house, making and fitting shoes for entire families.]

710.  Lundy, Martin           38            Farm Laborer        144
 (Ring) Thursa                37
        Martha                 8
       John L.                 3
[Martin was probably another s/o John Lundy (b. 1808) & Martha South (b. 1810).  Martin's siblings were:  Byrum
Lundy b. 1829; and Aaron Lundy b. 1839.

162. Lyons, Azariah           46            Farmer              100
        Zilpha                43
      Miles F.                22
   Virginia E.                15
           Wm.                12
      Laura B.                11
         Nancy                 9
      Margaret                 7
          Emma                 5
         Betty                 3
         Sarah                 1
[This was family 282 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Azariah Lyons' children were:  Miles Foy Lyons who md.
(1) Elizabeth Fulton Fredeking, s/o Hastings & Elizabeth B. Fulton and md. (2) E. S. Dickey, a widow on 11/29/1879;
Virginia E. Lyons Md. Joseph M. Hall s/o George & Louisa Hall 2/25/1875; Laura B. Lyons Md. David Lemons, s/o
John Lemons 10/8/1880; Nancy Lyons Md. C. H. Sexton b. 1857, s/o M. W. & J. Sexton, 11/6/1880.  Azariah Lyons
served in Company F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Miles F. Lyons served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  This family
was also Oldtown #29 in the 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

84.Madison, Harrison          27            Farmer    300       117          NC
         Sally                24                                             NC
          John                 8                                             NC
         James                 6                                             NC
       Preston                 5                                             NC

592.    Mains, Mary           44            Keeping House
         Susan                25            Weaver
          Jane                22
          Mary                 2
          Jane                 2
[This was part of the Gordon Maines family who moved to Grayson Co., VA in the 1850s.  Other children in this
family were:  Hiram Maines b. 1837 who served in Co. F, 22nd NC Infantry, CSA; Ezra Maines b. 1842 who served in
Co. F, 22nd NC Infantry CSA; James Maines b. 1846 who served in Co. F, 22nd NC Infantry, CSA; and Peter Maines
b. 1850, all of whom had left home by 1870.]

23.Mallory, David C.          30            County Clerk              150
 Wright, William R.           24            Carpenter            125
Wright, Church                23            Apprentice                 70
[David Crockett Mallory d. 5/28/1911, Md. R. C. Delp on 8/28/1871.  David C. Mallory served in Company F, 4th VA
Inf. CSA and was wounded at Gettysburg and at Payne's Farm and had his right leg amputated.  He was Clerk of
Grayson County Circuit Court in 1870 and Commissioner of Revenue in 1871 and ran a general store at the Falls of
Peach Bottom Creek.  David C. Mallory was s/o Joel Mallory (b. 1814) and Sarah Carrico (b. 1809).  Joel and Sally
Mallory's family was composed of:  Malinda Mallory b. 1830; Elvira Mallory b. 1832; Julia Ann Mallory b. 1836; David
Crockett Mallory b. 1840; Alfred Mallory b. 1842 who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA; and Frances Mallory b.
1847.  David Crockett Mallory md. R. C. Delp, d/o S. J. Delp & Amaza Bryant, on 8/28/1871.  David & R. C. Delp are
buried in the Independence Methodist Church Cemetery.]

78.    March, Ellen           27            Tailoress
       Anna L.                 5
     Robert R.                 3

207. Martin, Andrew           40            Farm Laborer             100
  (Sage) Susan                32
          Jno.                14
          Geo.                12
       Freelan                 9
     Elizabeth                 7
         Sarah                 3
         Polly              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[This was family 208 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew Martin Served in Company F, 4th VA Infantry,
CSA.  Andrew Martin, s/o Ryal Martin & Elizabeth Vaught, Md. (1) Susanna Sage, d/o Martin Sage & Susannah
Wright 6/7/1853, and md. (2) Julie E. Wysong, d/o Henry Wysong.  After Andrew Martin's death she md. W. R.
Pinion.  Ryal Martin (b. 1802) md. (1) Elizabeth Vaught, d/o George Vaught, on 11/4/1824.  Ryal Martin md. (2) Patsy
Wright, d/o Jeremiah Wright on 1/6/1842.  Ryal Martin was 7th child of Mitchell Martin (b. 3/26/1767) & Jane Clark.
Mitchell Martin was s/o David Martin with family who came to Grayson Co., VA from Goochland Co., VA.  John
Martin Md. Jane Hale 4/5/1874; George Md. Alice Hale 10/28/1882.]

220. Martin, Draper           40            Farm Laborer        200  100
  (Hale) Cinda                39
     Jefferson                19            Farm Laborer
         Eliza                17
         Linda                16
        Dudley                14
         Giles                10
         Nancy                 9
         Laura                 8
         Polly                 3
[This was family 267 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Draper Martin b. 3/5/1831 d. 5/7/1906, s/o Smith Martin
& Nancy Livesay, Md. Lucinda Hale, d/o Dudley Hale & Susannah Wright on 2/14/1850.  Smith Martin s/o Mitchell
Martin, md. Nancy Livesay, d/o James Livesay, on 12/12/1824. Laura Martin Md. Albert Jennings, s/o E. & Lucy C.
Jennings 12/28/1881; Eliza Martin Md. C. M. Shupe?, 8/28/1875.  Draper Martin served in the Grayson Co. Militia
CSA.]

564.   Martin, John           65            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Lucretia                54            Keeping House                         NC
         Isaac                22            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Sarah                14                                             NC
[Sarah Martin Md. Henry Anders, s/o T. & S. Anders, 7/28/1872.  This family was probably no relation to other Martin
Families in Grayson Co. in 1870.]

391.   Martin, Ryal           69            Farm Laborer             200
(Wright) Patsy                58
         Betsy                24
          Reny                20
        Joshua                18
        Thursa                17
          Rosy                13
        Wm. B.                 7
       Geo. W.                 5
[Rial Martin, s/o Mitchell Martin & Jane Clark, Md. (1) Betsey Vaught, d/o George Vaught and Barbara Mees
11/4/1824, Md. (2) Patsy Wright, 1/6/1842.  Patsy may have been daughter of Jeremiah Wright and Mourning
Fielder.  Joshua Martin Md. Bettie Hale, d/o Dudley Hale, 10/5/1870.  Ryal Martin's other children were:  Deanna
Martin b. 1829; Andrew Martin b. 1830 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA; William Martin b. 1832; Polly
Martin b. 1834; John Martin b. 1837; Barbara Martin b. 1838; Stephen Martin b. 1842; and Elizabeth Martin b. 1844.]

302.           Martin, Spotswood                    40          Farmer    150  100
  (Hines) Catherine           41
     Elizabeth                14            At School
         Nelly                13
 Martin, Miles                12
          John                10
       Charles                 3
[Spotswood Martin, s/o Smith Martin & Nancy Livesay, Md. Catherine Hines, 5/20/1849.  Elizabeth Martin, Md. C. M.
Shupe, s/o J. & S. Shupe 8/28/1875.  No known reason for this family being split between household 301 and 302.
Miles Martin, s/o Spotswood Martin, Md. M. M. Vaught, d/o Peyton & M. Vaught, 4/7/1881.]

670.   Mason, James           55            Farmer    800       120     Ireland
         Susan                35
       John H.                16            Farm Laborer
         James                14            Farm Laborer
        George                12            Farm Laborer
           Ann                 9
         Nancy                 7
         Sarah                 5
     Elizabeth                 3
[This family moved to Grayson Co., VA in the 1860s.  James Mason served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, was taken
prisoner of war at Missionary Ridge, TN on 11/25/1863, sent to Rock Island, IL and held there until 6/22/1865 and
released then age 50.]

360.  Maze, Shelton           58            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Thankful                26                                             NC
          Jane                17                                             NC
        George                13                                             NC

309.  Maze, Stephen           25            Farmer    300       244          NC
      Rosey C.                24
        Wm. F.                 2
     Martin V.              2/12            (B. Apl 1870)
          Mary                21            Domestic
       Rebecca              1/12            (B. May 1870)

686. McBride, Wyatt           64            Farmer    840                    NC
 (Cox) Cynthia                50            Keeping House
         Wiley                19            Farm Laborer
        Thomas                15            Farm Laborer
          John                13
  Cox, Matilda               8 B
[Wyatt McBride Md. Cynthia Cox, d/o David Cox and Jane Doughton, 11/20/1831.  Wyatt & Cynthia McBride's other
children were:  Polly J. McBride b. 1832; Ruth McBride b. 1836; Nancy McBride b. 1838; Sophia McBride b. 1840;
Samuel McBride b. 1842; David McBride b. 1844; Joseph McBride b. 1846; and Wiley McBride b. 1849.  John F.
McBride, Md. Sina A. Cline, d/o W. & R. Cline, 2/15/1879.  As A Tree Grows, p. 368, give Cynthia's birth date as ca.
1813, which would be more in line with known marriage date.]

477.McKinney, Celia         45 B            Weaver
         Lewis              15 B            Farm Laborer

631.        McKnight, William F.                    26          Farm Laborer   300
          Lucy                22            Keeping House

255.McLean, John M.           45            Farmer    2100      1395         NC
   (Cornett) Amanda           36
       Mary A.                 8
      Nancy E.                 6
         Cenia                 4
       Jno. W.              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
    Hale, Elizabeth           13            At School
         Eliza                28            Domestic                         NC
           Ida                 8
         Lizzy              12 B            Domestic
[This was family 374 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jno. M. McLean Md. Amanda Hale, d/o Eli Hale & Olive
Cornett, 4/3/1862.  Amanda Hale was the widow of Peyton Hale, who was killed at the First Battle of Manassas as
Captain of Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, Stonewall Brigade.  John M. McLean came to Grayson Co., VA from
Guilford Co., NC.  Mary A. McLean Md. R. C. Hale, s/o Eli C. & F. Hale, 2/15/1882; Nancy C. McLean Md. E. M. Hale
s/o Charles & Rosa Hale on 11/22/1882.  Ref. P. 139, Nuckolls, Mrs. Amanda Hale, Md. as her second husband
John M. McLean of Guilford Co., NC.  Mary A. McLean Md. Robert Clarke Hale, s/o Eli C. Hale.  Nancy McLean Md.
Elbert Hale, s/o Charles Hale of Knob Fork, living in MO in 1914; Cenia Md. Charles Bryant, s/o Joseph Bryant of
Bridle Creek.  John W. McLean Md. Miss Young, living at Fries in 1914, when he was cashier in Fries Bank and
served in the Virginia State Legislature 1923-24.]

71. McMillan, Patsy         30 B            Keeping House
        Samuel              14 B

602.   Means, Peter           26            Farm Laborer
      Massilia                24                                             NC
       John W.                 1

395.          Meredith, Jonathan                    50          Farm Laborer                     NC
     Elizabeth                50                                             NC
         David                20                                             NC
      Margaret                15                                             NC
     Elizabeth                 6                                             NC
[Jonathan Meredith was probably a brother of William F. Meredith in family 394 Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  Margaret J. Meredith Md. D. F. Wyatt, s/o Enoch & Edy Wyatt, 10/2/1872.]

394.        Meredith, William F.                    51          Farm Laborer   100               NC
        Mahala                48                                             NC
         Nancy                23                                             NC
         Polly                21                                             NC
         James                17                                             NC
        Jasper                11                                             NC
   Holbrooks, Rhoda           80            No Occupation                         NC
[Rhoda Holbrooks was probably Mahala Meredith's mother.]

298.            Miller, Franklin                    33          Farm Laborer
(Maye) Matilda                33                                             NC
       Shelton                 6
        Harvey                 4
         Sally                 2
[Franklin Miller, s/o Isaac Miller (b. 1802) & Sarah Wampler (b. 1802), Md. Matilda Maye, d/o Shelton Maye
6/10/1863.  Isaac & Sally Miller moved to Grayson Co., from Wythe Co. and lived on Turkey Fork Creek where he
had a grist mill.  Franklin Miller's siblings were:  Harvey Miller b. 1831; and Rachel Miller b. 1833 who md. Joseph
Brewer, s/o John Brewer, on 9/13/1851.  Franklin Miller served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA and in Co. F, 4th VA
Infantry, CSA.]

266. Miller, Joshua           35            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Polly                25
          Levi                 6
         Nancy                 5
         Jno.                  3
Martin, Amanda                20            Domestic

2.   Mills, John M.           36            Carpenter           200          NC
   (Wheeler) Nannie           23                                             VA
     Marion L.                 4                                             VA
      Alice C.                 2                                             VA
[John s/o John Mills, Nannie d/o Chas. J. Wheeler, Md. 1/1/1864.  Not living in Grayson Co., VA in 1860.]

236.        Mitchell, William M.                    44          Physician  40  750
   (Hale) Sophia P.           39
       Mary L.                16
      Cenia L.                13            At School
   Virginia L.                11            At School
     Samuel H.                 8
   Lundy, Alexander            9
[This was family 1393 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Marshall Mitchell Md. Sophia Hale, d/o Stephen
Hale & Frances Bourne, 11/15/1847.  Their children were:  Malinda Mitchell md. Capt. William Cornett b. 1842, s/o
Eli & Lina Cornett, on 1/17/1866; Frances Mitchell b. 1851 who md. Rufus F. Thomas, b. 1847, s/o H. & E. Thomas
on 12/8/1869.  Mary L. Mitchell, Md. Ephraim G. Gentry, Jr., s/o E. & W. Gentry, 10/25/1877; Sena (Cenia) Md. J.
Dodge Phipps, s/o Elijah & Nancy Phipps of Long's Gap 4/24/1875.  Virginia Mitchell Md. Newton Cox.  Wm.'s only
son, Samuel Hale Mitchell Md. Bessie Cornett, d/o Monroe Cornett and Jane McCarter.  William M. Mitchell, M.D.
served as 1st Lt. in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA.  This family lived on lower Elk Creek.]

708.  Moore, Joseph           45            Farm Laborer              30
  (Swinney) Lucinda           22            Keeping House
       Orville                 1
[Joseph Moore, s/o Riley (b. 1803 in NC) and Sidney Moore (b. 1820), Md. Lucinda Swinney, d/o D & M. Swinney,
10/18/1867.  Information from marriage register indicates probable age of Joseph Moore of 22.  Orville Joseph
Moore served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA and in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Riley Moore was a s/o Nimrod
(b. 1774) & Mary Moore (b. 1772) who came from NC and settled on Stephen's Creek.  Joseph Moore's siblings
were:  David Moore b. 1833; Lewis Moore b. 1835; Susan Moore b. 1837; Clark Moore b. 1840; Martin Moore b.
1845; Jasper Moore b. 1846; Jane Moore b. 1848; Weldon Moore b. 1849; Isaac Moore b. 1853; and Martha Moore
b. 1853.]

479.   Morgan, Mary           28            Farm Laborer
        Martha                23                                             NC
          Mary                 4
[Mary Morgan Md. Wiley Perry, 10/30/1881, ??]

654. Morton, Robert           21            Farm Laborer
      Margaret                19
     Elizabeth             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[Robert Morgan Morton, s/o Warren & Martha Morton, was a member of household 1267 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.]

653. Morton, Warren           51            Carpenter 1500      500
        Martha                57                                             NC
         Henry                25            Farm Laborer                          NC
           Ann                27                                             NC
        Thomas                19            Farm Laborer
Bland, Christ.                16            Farm Laborer
 Stone, Martha                 3
    Morton, William           23                                             NC
[This was family 1267 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census and came from NC in the late 1840s.  Warren Morton's
children were:  Lucy Morton b. 1839; John E. Morton b. 1842; James H. Morton b. 1843 who served in Co. K, 51st
VA Infantry CSA; William T. Morton b. 1845 d. 7/1870 of meningitis; Martha J. Morton; Robert W. Morton b. 1848;
Henry Morton Md. Isabella Lemons, d/o Jno. Lemons, 1/21/1871; Ann Morton; and Thomas Morton.  Christ. Bland,
d/o A. J. Bland, Md. Polly J. Sexton, d/o Jas. W. & Mary Sexton; 1/21/1881.  Warren Morton served in Co. B, 4th VA
Reserves, CSA.]

475.    Moss, Lewis         35 B            Farm Laborer

446.     Moss, Lucy           62            Keeping House
         Emily                31            Seamstress                            NC
         James                 9
           Wm.                 6
     Granville                 4
[James Moss, s/o Emily Moss, Md. Nannie Phipps, d/o James Phipps & Susan Busick, on 2/19/1881.]

527.  Moss, Mark M.           37            Farm Laborer             100          NC
         Nancy                37                                             NC
       William                17                                             NC
      Olmstead                13                                             NC
          Mary                10                                             NC
        Martha                 9                                             NC
          John                 6                                             NC
        Thomas             10/12            (B. Jul 1869)
[This family moved to Grayson County about 1868/9.]

613.  Moxley, Allen           21            Farm Laborer             150
       Francis                24
           Wm.              4/12            (B. Feb 1870)
[Ref. P. 408 Hoppers, Moxley and Toliver History by Lorene Moxley Sturgill.  Allen Moxley, s/o Zachariah Moxley &
Susannah Wagoner Md. Martha Frances Moxley, d/o David Moxley and Susan Fender, see family 612, above.]

600.Moxley, Charity           29            Keeping House       500  250          NC
       John P.                 7                                             NC
Combs, Tobitha                35            Seamstress                            NC
[Ref. P. 329-30, Hopper, Moxley and Toliver History by Lorene Moxley Sturgill.]

493. Moxley, Daniel           64            Farmer    1500      483
   (Boyer) Eve                69
         Clark                40            Farm Laborer
         Friel                15
     Jefferson                 9
[This was family 659 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Clark Moxley served in Company K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.
Ref. P. 337-8, Hopper, Moxley and Toliver History by Lorene Moxley Sturgill.]

612.  Moxley, David           44            Farmer    1500      800
(Fender) Susan                37
         Peggy                17
       Charity                16
        Wm. F.                13
       Mary A.                 9
          Reed                 5
[Ref. P. 408, Hoppers, Moxley and Toliver History by Lorene Moxley Sturgill.  David Moxley served in the Grayson
Co. Militia, CSA.]

704.             Moxley, William                    30          Farmer         200
          Mary                32            Keeping House
       Gardner                 3
[William Moxley served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

76. Moxley, William           46            Farmer    400       350          NC
        Phoebe                43                                             NC
     Daniel M.                18            Farm Laborer                          NC
       John A.                16            Carrying US Mail                 NC
          Jane                14                                             NC
     Phoebe E.                12                                             NC
        George                10                                             NC
      Richmond                 3                                             VA
[See the Moxley, Hopper, Toliver and related Families by Lorene Moxley Sturgill for more information on this family.
William Moxley served in Company K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

247.  Munday, Henry           35            Farm Laborer
  (Trent) Elizabeth           30
        Martha                 6
   Francis (f)                 1
[Henry Munday, s/o Rial & Fanny Munday Md. Elizabeth Trent, d/o Kitty Trent 6/18/1857.  Henry Munday served in
Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

431.  Munday, James           43
     Elizabeth                40            Keeping House
         Laura                 7
   Jones, Mary                75            No Occupation
       Mary A.                21            Seamstress
[This may have been family 305 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children who may have died before
1870 were:  Catherine Munday b. 1854; Amanda Munday b. 1856; and Anna Munday b. 1859.  James A. Munday
served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.]

432. Munday, Nathan           27            Farm Laborer        120  200
        Sophia                26
         Sarah                 3
          Jane                 1

225. Newton, Jordan         30 B            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth              23 B
      Sarah J.               5 B
     Jarvis L.              12 B
      Mitchell               2 B
[Sarah J. Newton, Md. Clark Jackson, s/o M. & Lucinda Jackson, 9/19/1881.]

633.Nicholls, David           24            Farm Laborer
        Phoebe                24
       Vincent                 3
          Mary                 1
[David Nicholls was probably the s/o George & Elizabeth Nicholls.]

632.            Nicholls, George                    42          Farmer    350  250
     Elizabeth                49
         Polly                21
         Hiram                15                                             NC
       Richard                13                                             NC
        Thomas                10
        George                 5
         Nancy                 7
[George Nicholls served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

525.            Noblett, William                    55          Afflicted 150  110
         Huldy                55            Keeping House
         Sarah                28            Weaver
        Amanda                22            Domestic
         James                21            Farm Laborer
         Isaac                18
        Robert                14
        Thursa                13
[This was family 754 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Noblett's children no longer at home were:
Elizabeth Noblett b. 1844; Amanda Noblett b. 1847; and Foy Noblett b. 1849.  Sarah Noblett, Md. Leander Byrd, s/o
John & N. Byrd, 11/28/1876; Isaac L. Noblett Md. Emma E. Vaughn, d/o Joseph P. & Bettie Vaughn, 2/9/1881.
William Noblett, in earlier years, had worked as a carpenter and lived on Meadow Creek where he owned a
considerable amount of land, which was part of a land grant issued to Abraham Noblett in 1799.  Part of Abraham
Noblett's family moved to Whitlow Co., TN.]

32. Osborn, Alex D.           55            Farmer    1000      1500
      Polly J.                30
William R. (m)                10
       John S.                 8
  Alexander S.                 5
      Enoch S.                 3
      Lydia E.                 1
 McMillan, Head (f)         49 B            Domestic                         NC
[Enoch S. Osborne md. (1) Victoria Halsey and md. (2) Alice Haga.  Lydia E. Osborne md. Fielden Anderson.]

37.   Osborn, Allen           36            Farmer                           VA
   (Young) Nancy R.           25
      Lotty A.                 3
      John F.,                 2
    Brackens, Floyd           14            Works at Farming 3000 740                  VA
[Allen Osborne B. 7/19/1832 D. 4/24/1895 s/o Zachariah Osborne & Jincy Burton, Md. Nancy Young, d/o Fielden &
Reny Phipps Young Md. 1/13/1861.  See p. 102 Phipps Family of NC and VA.]

95.   Osborn, Enoch           64            Farmer    200       400
          Jane                60
         Sarah                23
       Jackson                21            Farm Laborer
        Jeston                18
         Polly                 9

50.   Osborn, Enoch           46            Farmer    2000      900
   (Cox) Irena                42
          Isom                22            Farm Laborer
        Mahala                15            At School
         Drucy                12            At School
         Allen                11            At School
[This was family 827 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Ancestors and Descendants of Wiley Winton
Osborne by Hackett-Johnson, P. 30, Sect.-II.  Enoch Osborn, III, B. 1/15/1826 D. 5/19/1883, s/o Zachariah Osborne,
Sr. and Jincy Burton, Md. Irena Cox, B. ca. 1829 and died after 1884.  They had the following children per Ref.:  Troy
C. Osborne B. ca. 1845; Isom Osborne B. 1848; Jincy Ann Osborne B. 1850, Charles D. Osborne; Allen Osborne;
Rush F. Osborne; Fielden H. Osborne; Della Osborne; Mahala Osborne, who Md. a Reeves; Mollie J. Osborne Md. a
Phipps; Drucy Osborne; Robert S. Osborne and Rosamond Osborne, who Md. a Phipps.  Enoch Osborn may be the
same as the Enoch Osborne who served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA.  Two Enoch Osbornes served in the 51st VA
Inf.  Perhaps he was one of those, but data indicates he served in the 45th, if so, then he was Enoch Burton
Osborne, B. 1/15/1826 D. 5/19/1883, buried at Coxes Chapel Church.  He enl. 3/18/1863 at Red Sulphur Springs,
Discharged 5/26/1863, aged 37.]

43.    Osborn, Isom           40            Farmer    2000      100
(Osborn) Silva                35
       Emaline                15
     Zachariah                13
         Jincy                10
[This was family 1374 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Ancestors and Descendants of Wiley Winton
Osborne by Hackett-Johnson, P. 17, Sec.-II.  Isom Osborne, s/o Solomon Osborn (b. 1800) & Hannah Cox (b. 1802)
Md. Silva Osborn, d/o Zachariah Osborn and Jincy Burton.  Isom Osborne served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, B.
3/27/1830, enl. 5/29/1861, was a nurse 12/1861, captured at Piedmont 6/5/1864, POW at Camp Morton, exchanged
3/5/1865.  He died 5/19/1903, buried at Coxes Chapel.]

58.  Osborn, Joseph           11            At School
    Codle (M)?                 9
      Rosamond                 7
       Rush F.                 6
     Robert R.                 2
   Phipps, Polly J.           19            No Occupation
       Malinda              85 B            Domestic
[This family situation seems a bit odd, but is faithful to the original schedule.]

45.   Osborn, Nancy           63            Keeper of House
    Hart, Jane                41            Domestic                         NC
     Granville                 5
    Osborn, John C.         18 B            Work at Farming
 Osborn, Robt.              10 B            work at Farming     900  950          NC
[This may have been family 1373 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nancy was apparently widowed before
1850 at which time she had three children who were:  Rebecca Osborn b. 1831; Polly Jane Osborn b. 1833; and
Enoch Osborn b. 1836.]

97.   Osborn, Polly           29            Keeping House       500  200
         Alvin                16
      Nancy J.                13
      Polly A.                13
      Enoch R.                10
        Wm. J.                 9

39. Osborn, Solomon           68            Farmer    3000      1000         VA
  (Cox) Hannah                69
     Joshua S.                30            Farm Laborer
      Jincy A.                20
    Hash, Joseph H.            8
 Osborn, Jno. C. B.            4
[This was family 1048 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Solomon Osborn, s/o Enoch Osborne, Jr. and Polly
Livesay, Md. Hannah Cox 2/14/1822, d/o Joshua Cox & Ruth Osborne.  Solomon Osborn's children no longer at
home were:  Jane Osborn b. 1829; Isom Osborn b. 1830; Enoch Osborn b. 1835; and Joshua Straley Osborn b.
1840 who served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA.]

69. Osborn, William           26            Farmer    200       100
         Celia                24                                             NC
       John P.                 1
Taylor, David                  8
[William Osborne served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.]

38.            Osborn, Zachariah                    70          Farmer    2000              VA
(Burton) Jincy                66
       Preston                21            Farm Laborer
     Zachariah                15            Farm Laborer
 Hale, Johnson                24            Deputy Sheriff
 (Osborne) Caroline           20            (Md. June 1869)
    Cox, Reese              10 B            Servant
   Hale, Ellis              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[This was family 1047 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Johnson Hale, s/o Charles & J. Hale, Caroline d/o Zach
& Jincy Osborne, Md. 6/20/1869;  See the book, Wiley Winton Osborne, Ancestors and Descendants, by Carol
Osborne Hackett and Myrtle Greer Johnson for more information on this family.  Per the Hackett-Greer work, p. 19,
Zachariah Osborne, B. 1/5/1805 D. 2/25/1892, s/o Enoch Osborne, Jr. and Mary Livesay, Md. Jincy Burton 3/ /1825,
B. 1/22/1809 D. 12/11/1885.  Preston Osborne, B. 6/1/1847 D. 8/27/1923 Md. Isabella Cox in 1873; Zachariah
Osborne, Jr. B. 5/26/1854 Md. Mary Rebecca Cox 3/7/1880, who was B. 1/7/1863 D. 7/13/1943 and was d/o Enoch
Cox and Susan Thomas.  Zachariah Osborn's other children were:  Biddie Osborn b. 5/14/1827 d. 1911 md. David
Nathan Cox b. 7/28/1823 and was killed in the Civil War on 4/3/1865 while serving in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry CSA;
Peggy Osborn who md. John Phipps; Mahala Osborne who md. Josh Cox; Callie Osborne md. John Hale; Nancy
Osborne who md. (1) Calloway Cox and md. (2) Johnson Shaw; Polly Adeline Osborne who md. Alexander Cox;
Phoebe Osborne who md. Samuel Cox, Jr.; Lydia Osborne who md. Daniel Boyer; Sylvia Osborne who md. Isom
Osborne; Rebecca Osborne who md. Alexander Young; Enoch Osborne who md. Irene Cox; Floyd Osborne who md.
Rose Hale, d/o Warren Hale & Polly Cox; and Allen Osborne who md. Nancy Young.]

468. Owens, William           69            Farm Laborer
       Rebecca                50            Keeping House
         Nancy                24            Weaver
     Elizabeth                35            Seamstress
         Julia                 3
       William                11
        Thomas                 9
[This family apparently moved to Grayson Co., VA in the 1860s.]

361.   Parks, Isaac           47            Farmer    700       471
       Malinda                48
  Malvina (m?)                24            Farm Laborer
         Wiley                19            At School
        Daniel                17            Farm Laborer
         Susan                14
          Lucy                12
        Billie                10
         David                 7
 Austin, Celia                15
[Though, age of Isaac does not match, 1860, appears to be family 68, in the 1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.
Isaac J. Parks was s/o John C. (b. 1788) & Catherine Parks (b. 1797).  Isaac was also a Methodist minister, licensed
to preach in the Independence Circuit in 1886.  The Parks family were early settlers in the Flat Ridge section of
Grayson Co., VA.  Malinda, probably a second marriage, wife in 1860 was Luvina.  A. Daniel Parks Md. A. W.
Testerman, d/o Jesse & J. Testerman, 3/8/1880.  Isaac Parks served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. C, 63rd
VA Infantry, CSA.  Isaac's siblings were:  Elizabeth Parks b. 1824; Susan Parks b. 1828; Matilda Parks b. 1832; and
possibly others.]

473. Pascal, George         34 B            Farm Laborer
       Matilda              35 B
      Thompson              10 B
        Jestin               7 B
         James               6 B
           Ned               4 B
          John               1 B
[John Pascal died of bronchitis in May 1870.]

232.Payne, Jacob R.           30            Minister            200          TN
     Hester A.                25                                             NC
  Carlisle (f)                 2                                             TN
 Tatum, Christopher           15                                             NC
[Jacob Payne, in addition to his ministerial duties, was a schoolteacher and taught at the Elk Creek Academy for a
time.  This family was probably from Johnson Co., TN.]

221.           Pendleton, Morgan                    31          Farm Laborer    50  100
      Margaret                34                                             TN
        Joshua                11                                             TN
     Elizabeth                 9                                             TN
     Catherine                 4                                             VA
      Sarah A.                 2                                             VA
[This family was living in Wythe County in 1880 and came to Grayson County in the mid-1860s.]

265.  Perkins, Levi           72            Farmer    6000      3123
         Nancy                68
          John                30            Farm Laborer
 Miller, Celia                12            Domestic
 Pool, Malinda                19
  Sage, Joseph                15            Farm Laborer
[This was family 261 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Cella Miller, d/o H & S. Miller, Md. Leftwich Hale, s/o J. &
B. Hale, 8/8/1876.  Levi Perkins' children were:  Lewis Perkins b. 1828; Celia Perkins b. 1833; Rufus Perkins b.
1835; Elizabeth Perkins b. 1838; John S. Perkins b. 1840, who served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.; Nancy Perkins b.
1842; and Polly Perkins b. 1845.]

228. Perkins, Rufus           33            Farmer    4000      1162
 (Bourn) Lizzy                32
      Margaret                14
           Wm.                12
      Virginia                10
       John A.                 6
  Sage, Francis (f)           17
[This was family 173 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA.  In 1860 Rufus' wife was named Bettie, in 1870, Lizzie, both
common nicknames for Elizabeth.  Rufus Perkins served as 2nd Lt. in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry and in Co. G, 14th VA
Cavalry, CSA.  Ref. P. 54, Nuckolls, Rufus Perkins Md. Elizabeth Bourne, d/o William Bourne and Margaret Scott.
Rufus Perkins was s/o Levi & Nancy Perkins (family 265, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.)]

36.  Perry, Matthew           54            Works At Farming                 NC
       Harriet                57                                             SC
       Cynthia                11                                             VA
[This was family 810 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Cynthia Perry was probably their granddaughter.
Matthew Perry's children were:  Richard Perry b. 1836 in NC; Richard Perry b. 1836 in NC; Ervin Perry b. 1838;
William Perry b. 1840; Nathan Perry b. 1842; Peyton Perry b. 1844; Polly Perry b. 1846.  This family moved to
Grayson Co., VA about 1837.]

92.   Phipps, Freel           30            Farmer    844       300
          Mazy                30
      Alvin A.                12
    Rebecca E.                11
       Levi F.                 9
    William H.                 7
     George L.                 2
          Jane              9/12            (B. Oct 1869)

447.Phipps, John C.           27            Farm Laborer
        Martha                20
      Cornelia              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[John C. Phipps served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  This was actually John Calvin Phipps, s/o John Phipps & Ruth
Howell.]

34.    Phipps, McM.           43            Farmer    3800      384
 (Osborne) Peggy A.           41
         Drucy                24
         Jincy                17
         Nancy                15
     Zachariah                13
        Joseph                11
     Elizabeth                 9
         Molly                 7
        Harvey                23            Farmer              600
[This was family 969 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  See Page 128-137, Phipps Family of NC and VA by
John C. Mullins.  John McCleamon Phipps B. 6/13/1826 D. 11/13/1900, s/o Joseph Phipps and Nancy McMillan, Md.
(1) Margaret "Peggy" Osborne, B. 6/19/1829, d/o Zachariah Osborne, Sr. & Jincy Burton.  He married (2) Martha
Rutherford Paris, 9/23/1883, B. 1/26/1851 D. 2/27/1943, both widowers.  Drucilla Phipps, B. 3/6/1850 d. ca. 1931,
Md. Harvey Phipps B. 10/25/1844, s/o Benjamin Phipps and Nancy Richardson, Jincy Phipps B. 4/5/1852 Md. Ken
Boyer and moved to Nebraska.  Nancy Phipps Md. Warner Daniel and moved to Nebraska.  Zachariah Phipps, B.
2/24/1856 D. 9/12/1924 Md. Cynthia Caroline Daniel, B. 11/22/1855 D. 7/23/1932, d/o Pinkey Daniel and Ruth Cox.
Joseph K. Phipps Md. Emma Warrick.  Elizabeth Phipps Md. Chap Delp.  Mallie (Molly) Phipps, B. 7/20/1862, Md.
Harden Todd.]

80.   Phipps, Peggy           58            Keeper of House     500
        Martha                20
          John                16
[See p. 80 Phipps Family of NC and VA.]

448.Phipps, Rebecca         60 B            Keeping House
            Wm              10 B

442.Phipps, Zebedee           45            Farmer    1000      773
    (Busick) Elvina           39
          John                14            Farm Laborer
        Joseph                12
         Nancy                10
        Harvey                 8
          Troy                 6
         Isaac                 2
[This was family 825 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Zebedee Phipps, s/o Benjamin "Little Ben" Phipps and
Nancy Richardson Md. Melvina Busick, d/o John Busick, Sr. and Susannah Barton, 10/3/1852, Ashe Co., NC.
Zebedee Phipps was born 9/5/1825 and died 1/8/1888.  She was b. 11/10/1830 and d. 3/16/1911.  John Frederick
Phipps Md. Rosa Osborne, 2/3/1884, d/o Enoch Burton and Irena Cox.  According to family tradition, Joseph Phipps
Md. Lisa Fogleson and Nancy Phipps Md. Elze Cox, s/o Capt. Joseph Cox and Polly Osborne; Harvey Phipps Md.
Mary Estelle Webb.  Isaac Phipps Md. Margaret Virginia Jones, 8/10/1899, b. 9/17/1872 d. 3/10/1936.  Margaret
Jones was the daughter of Abner Jones and Jemima Pool.  Both are buried in Payette, ID.]

198.  Pinion, Lydia           47            Keeping House
  Daily R. (m)                14            Farm Laborer

503.          Pinion, William R.                    32          Farm Laborer
          Rosy                29
       John W.                10
     Jarvis W.                 3
    William E.                 1
[William R. Pinion served in Company C, 45th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  W. Riley Pinion enl. 5/29/1861 at Wytheville,
captured at Cloyd's Farm 5/9/1864, POW at Camp Chase, exchanged 3/2/1865, in Richmond Hospital 3/13/1865.
Living in Grayson Co. in 1898, then age 64.  William was the s/o William & Elizabeth Pinion.]

506.Pinion, William           65            Farm Laborer                          NC
     Elizabeth                62            Keeping House
         James                24            At School
     Granville                22            Appr to Farmer
      Richmond                20            Afflicted
      Caroline                18
         Betty                15
[William Pinion's children were:  John Pinion b. 1833; Mary Pinion b. 1834; William Pinion b. 1836; Amanda Pinion b.
1838; James Pinion who served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA, Md. Rosie Carrico, d/o Jno. & M. Carrico,
12/28/1879; Granville Pinion b. 1847; Richmond Pinion b. 1850; Caroline Pinion Md. Hugh J. Brown, s/o M. & J.
Brown; and Betty Pinion Md. William K. Vaughn, s/o W. K. & E. Vaughn 1/30/1878.]

454.     Poe, James           45            Farmer    400       235
 (Ward) Julina                46            Keeping House
Elizabeth Jane                22
         Sally                20
       William                14
Nancy Caroline                12
         James                10
       Chapman                 9
Minnie Melissa                 3
     Elizabeth                67
[This was family 817 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Poe, s/o Adam (d. before 1850) & Elizabeth Poe
(1800 - 1880+), md. Julia Ann Ward, d/o Stephen Ward & Abigail Osborne.  Elizabeth Poe above was James Poe's
mother.  Stephen Ward was s/o Nathan & Sarah Ward.  James & Julia Ann Poe's other children were:  Nathan Floyd
Poe, b. 1844; John Andrew Poe b. 1846; Seraphina Poe b. 1850; Drucy Poe b. 1852 and died in childhood; Jesse A.
Poe b. 1854 and died in childhood.  Some of these children moved to Ashe Co., NC.  James & Julia Ann are buried
in the Saddle Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery.]

100.  Poe, Jeremiah           37            Farmer
(Anders) Celia                31
      Thos. M.                10
      James C.                 8
     Newton G.                 6
      Robt. F.                 4
      Sarah A.                 2
[This was family 805 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jeremiah Poe, youngest s/o Adam & Elizabeth Poe, md.
Celia Anders d/o Thomas & Sallie Anders, on 6/31/1857.  Thos. M. Poe Md. Jeannette Blevins 5/29/1880.  Jeremiah
Poe served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Jerry Poe also taught school in addition to farming.  Jerry & Celia are buried
in the Boyer Cemetery, Independence, VA.]

453.      Poe, John           24            Farm Laborer             125
  (Moss) Sarah                25
          Lucy                 2
        Emmitt                 1
[John Poe s/o James W. Poe & Julina Ward, Md. Sarah Moss, d/o James & Lucy Moss, 9/16/1866.  A John Poe
served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA another John Poe served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA, probably this one.]

449.   Poe, William           40            Farm Laborer             114
         Peggy                37                                             NC
          Lucy                16
     Elizabeth                14
        Martha                12
          John                10
         James                 8
         Nancy                 6
       Malinda              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[William Poe was s/o Adam & Elizabeth Poe.  William & Peggy are buried in the Saddle Creek Primitive Baptist
Church Cemetery.  Lucy Poe, Md. Wm. Poe, s/o James & J. A. Poe, 12/17/1876.  William Poe served in Co. K, 51st
VA Inf. CSA.  William's brother Jesse Poe moved to WV and was elected sheriff of his county (Wyoming).]

549.    Pool, Creed           46            Farm Laborer             100
     Elizabeth                48            Keeping House                         NC
         Isaac                15
      Thos. C.                13
        Martha                10
   Perry, Jane                55            Domestic                         NC
[Family #31 in 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Creed Pool served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Other children not at
home were:  John R. Pool b. 1848 who md. Elizabeth C. Sexton, d/o Jane Sexton, on 12/25/1864; and Susan Poole
b. 1842.]

166.Pool, Granville           48            Farmer              180
 (Catron) Catherine           44
      Caroline                18
        Martha                16
         Celia                14
      Margaret                12
         James                10
        Ludema                 8
      Wiley F.                 6
     Granville                 4
     Eldora F.                 3
      Jonathan              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Granville H. Pool Md. Catherine Catron 11/13/1851.  Celia Pool Md. G. W. Cornett, s/o J. M. & E. Cornett 5/8/1878;
Margaret E. Md. Monroe Carrico, s/o Sims & S. Carrico, 8/30/1877; Ludema A. Md. Eli J. Cornett, s/o James & Polly
Cornett 11/20/1881.  Family 27, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This family migrated to Mullins, NE where Granville
became a court judge.]

682.Pool, Granville           48            Farm Laborer             100
     Catherine                46
        Jemima                17
        Martha                15
         Celia                13
      Margaret                12
         James                 9
         Wiley                 7
     Granville                 5
[Jemima Pool Md. Wm. W. Pool, s/o B. & J. Pool, 6/17/1875; Celia Pool Md. G. W. Cornett, s/o J. M. & P. Cornett,
5/8/1878; Margaret Pool, Md. Monroe S. Carrico, s/o Sims & S. Carrico, 8/30/1877; James K. Pool Md. Caroline
Delp, d/o John & F. Delp, 10/25/1878.  Granville Pool served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Appears to be a duplicate
of family 166, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

548.  Pool, John R.           22            Farm Laborer
 (Sexton) Elizabeth           23
         David                 3
[Son of Creed Pool, resident of #31, 1860.  John R. Pool Md. Elizabeth C. Sexton, d/o Jane Sexton, 12/25/1864.]

652.  Pool, John F.           42            Farmer    1500      855
      Rosamond                40
         Sarah                17
        Martha                15
      Robt. H.                12
         James                 9
       John W.                 6
       Stephen                 4
        George             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
 Muncus, Baker                25            Farm Laborer
[One daughter, Mary S. Poole, b. 1850, was no longer at home at this census.  Martha A. Pool, Md. A. Jennings, s/o
Sol & S. Jennings, 10/31/1872; Robt. H. Pool Md. Bettie J. Austin, d/o L. P. & M. Austin, 12/19/1878.]

567.  Pool, John R.           46            Farmer    600       1468
   (Boyer) Missouri           25
      Floyd W.                 2
   Bedwell, John K.           14
[John Riley Pool, s/o Jonathan Pool & Anne Cannoy, Md. (1) Malvina Jane Elliott, d/o Abraham and Margaret Cornett
in Ashe Co., 2/18/1855, Md. (2) Missouri Boyer.  They moved to NE, where youngest daughter Rosa Md. Boyd K.
Boyer, s/o Hugh Boyer and Margaret James in 1903.  Maggie A. Pool Md. Charles P. Hicks 3/23/1880.  John R. Pool
may be the same as was living in household 1385 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John R. Pool, s/o Jonathan
Pool Md. Missouri Boyer, d/o John & Jane Boyer 3/24/1867.  John's age above may be incorrect.  John R. Pool
served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, CSA and/or as 1st Lt. in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.]

569. Pool, Jonathan           74            Farmer    400       675
         Annie                45
         Celia                37
      Rosamond                24
      Margaret                12
[Family 29, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jonathan Pool Md. Annie Cannoy b. ca. 1800, on 6/14/1821.  Their
other children were:  Catherine Pool b. 1827; John R. Pool b. 1830; Celia Pool b. 1833; Rosamond Pool b. 1834;
Lucinda Pool b. 1836; Henley C. Pool b. 1838; James V. Pool b. 1841 who served as 2nd Sergeant in Co. C/G, 63rd
VA Infantry, CSA; Wiley F. Pool b. 1843; and Jonathan Pool b. 1834 and possibly others.]

277. Pool, Jonathan           36            Farmer              260
 (Funk) Amanda                34
      Missouri                10
      Jonathan                 8
      Sarah A.                16
        Alfred                 4
         Polly                 2
[Jonathan Beeks Pool appears to be the same as was living in household 216 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Jonathan Pool served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Jonathan, s/o William Pool (b. 1799) & Jestin Roberts (b.
1795) was B. 3/9/1833 D. 11/25/1928 Md. Amanda Jane Funk on 6/9/1859.  Ref. P. 83, Stephen Bourn and
Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

181. Pool, Rufus H.           46            Farmer
       Jane E.                36
       William                16            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                11
      Margaret                 9
        Weldon                 7
        Newell                 5
       Tobitha              8/12            (B. Nov. 1869)

217.             Pool, Samuel B.                    42          Farm Laborer
(Wright) Julia                47
       Matilda                21            No Occupation
    William F.                17
         James                13
   (Rebecca) Jestin           11
[This was family 164 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Samuel Benton Pool Md. Julia Wright 6/29/1848.  She
may have been the daughter of Jacob Wright and Rebecca Porter.  William F. Pool Md. Victoria Livesay
11/26/1879.]

566. Pool, Wiley F.           27            Farm Laborer
         Nancy                26
         Laura        __ (Blank)
[Wiley F. Pool served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Wiley F. Pool was s/o Jonathan Pool & Annie Cannoy.]

276.  Pool, William           71            Farmer    300       175
   (Roberts) Jestin           73            Keeping House
         Clark                17            Farm Laborer
      Mitchell                21            Farm Laborer
[This was family 217 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Wm. Pool Md. Jestin Roberts 3/4/1819, B. ca. 1795 D.
4/21/1894, d/o William Roberts and Lydia Lewis.  Clark Pool may have been a grandson.  Mitchell Pool, Md. Hannah
E. Hines d/o Frederick & R. Hines, 12/28/1873.  Ref. P. 82, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982,
Descendants and Related Families.]

491.   Poor, Joseph         23 M            Farm Laborer
        Lovicy              23 M
        Daniel               2 M
         John             2/12 M            (B. Apl. 1870)
 Bourn, Alsany              65 M             Domestic
     Alexander               9 B
       Houston              10 B

122.   Porter, Alex           37            Farm Laborer        150  100
 (Jones) Matilda J.           36
      James C.                14
     Samuel C.                12
     Thomas C.                10
     Alexander                 8
       Mary A.                 6
     Martha J.                 4
[This was family 408 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Alexander Porter b. 10/12/1832 in Wythe Co., VA moved
to Grayson Co., in 1850 and d. 3/20/1913 and is buried in the Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Spring Valley, Grayson
Co., VA.  Alexander Porter, s/o Samuel Porter & Martha Bratton, md. Matilda Jones, illegitimate d/o Polly Jones, who
was in turn d/o George Jones of Brush Creek.  Alex & Matilda's children were:  James Calloway Porter b. 6/17/1857
who md. Sarah Elizabeth King and lived at Austinville, VA; Thomas M. Porter b. 4/20/1859 d. 10/23/1912 md. Jenny
Vaughn; Alexander Porter b. 1862 md. Lydia Alley; Mary A. Porter b. 1864 md. Isaac W. Copeland; Martha J. Porter
b. 1866 md. Richard Vaughn; Robert Allen Porter b. 8/11/1870 who never md.; and John Felix Porter b. 1873 d.
1942 md. Hannah Walton Gray.  Samuel Porter's relationship to this family is unknown, but probably a nephew.]

585.           Porter, Andrew J.                    31          Farmer    700  200
       Lucinda                30
        Harvey                11
         James                 5
      James A.                 3
[Andrew J. Porter served as SGT in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

192.   Porter, Andy           22            Farm Laborer             105
(Vaughn) Betsy                30
        Amelia                18            No Occupation
      Margaret                16            No Occupation
[Andrew J. Porter, b. 11/4/1848 d. 10/29/1932 and is buried in the Ebenezer Church Cemetery, Spring Valley.  He
md. (1) Elizabeth Vaughn, d/o William K. Vaughn & Permelia Davis of Wythe Co. in 1869.  Andrew Porter md. (2)
Ellen A. Brown in 1889; and md. (3) Cora Virginia Barner in 1903.

282. Porter, Daniel           55            Farm Laborer             700
  (Early) Elizabeth           44            Keeping House
        Wm. H.                 7
       Geo. W.                 2
[Daniel Porter Md. Elizabeth Early, 1/31/1846 in Carroll Co., VA.]

27.            Porter, George A.                    23          Works at Farming
  (Trent) Elizabeth           18            (Married Oct 1869)
[George A. Porter md. Elizabeth Trent of Alleghany Co., NC in 10/1869.]

110. Porter, George           23            Farmer    210       200
 (Byrd) Levina                25
         Lewis                 4
          Andy                 2
[George Porter was the youngest of 9 children born Stephen Calhoun Porter & Nancy Littrel.  George Porter b.
4/5/1846 d. 4/18/1884 and was buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, Spring Valley, Elk Creek, VA.
George Porter md. Leveniah Byrd, b. 4/9/1843 d. 1/9/1913 illegitimate child of Cassie Byrd.  (Cassie Byrd later md.
Clark Vaughn.)  They had three children:  Lewis F. Porter b. 1866 who md. Mertie Byrd; Andrew Jackson Porter b.
1867 who md. Lelia Vaughn; and Lonnie Mitchell Porter b. 10/3/1874 who md. Virgie C. Thompson.]

67.   Porter, LeRoy           24            Farming   800       150
         Annie                20
       Matilda                 2
         Ettie              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[LeRoy Porter was s/o Robert Porter (b. 1805) & (2) Hollie (b. 1820).  See household 443, Elk Creek District, 1870
Grayson Co., VA Census.]

443. Porter, Robert           65            Farmer    1000      730
         Sarah                25            Keeping House
         Renie                23
    Roberts, Violet           19
   Francis (f)                20
[This was family 826 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Robert's wife at that time was Mary.  Robert Porter's
children were:  James Porter b. 1828; Minitree Porter b. 1830; Jane Porter b. 1832; Sally Porter b. 1835; Rena Porter
b. 1838; Frances Porter b. 1840; Leroy Porter b. 1842; and Violet, aged 10 in 1860, no doubt, Violet Roberts above.]

191.          Porter, Stephen C.                    45          Farmer    400  130
   (Litteral) Nancy           40
    Micajah M.                17            Farm Laborer
[Stephen Calhoun Porter b. 8/3/1825 in Wythe Co., VA d. 6/26/1910 and is buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church
Cemetery, Spring Valley.  He was the s/o Andrew Porter and 1st wife, Jane Porter, a cousin.  Andrew Porter md. (2)
Elizabeth Jones, d/o George Jones of Brush Creek.  Stephen Porter md. Nancy Litteral b. 5/16/1828 d. 7/12/1902,
d/o Lewis Litteral & Sally Jones, d/o George Jones.  Micajah Porter md. Martha S. King, d/o Austin King & Cynthia
Vaughn in 1873.  Micajah Porter d. 1944 and is buried in the Providence Methodist Church Cemetery.  Stephen C.
Porter served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

586.Porter, William           30            Farmer    400       200
   William Sr.                61            Blacksmith
      Margaret                66            Keeping House
[William Porter, Jr. served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  William Porter Jr. Md. Margaret W. Elliott, d/o Abraham and
Peggy Elliott 1/22/1872.]

216.          Powers, William E.                    50          Farm Laborer                     NC
       Mary A.                44                                             NC
       John W.                24            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Helena                21            No Occupation                         NC
      Virginia                16                                             NC
    William P.                17                                             NC
      Lucinda                 14                                             NC
       Mary A.                 9                                             NC
      James M.                11                                             NC
      Henry W.                 3                                             NC
Scott, John W.                19            Farm Laborer                          NC
[It is possible, that Helena C. Powers Md. Jno. W. Scott, s/o F. H. & N. Scott 5/11/1870, though there is room for
doubt.]

537.   Pugh, Thomas           28            Farmer    600       482     England
          Mary                28            Keeping House                         VA
      Margaret                70                                        England
 Hayton, James                23            No Occupation                         VA
  Pugh, Thomas                49            Farmer                      England
[This was family 420 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

692.  Rector, Jacob           43            Farmer    800       558
 (Pool) Mahala                44            Keeping House
        Hastin                18            Farm Laborer
         Cenia                15
      Rosamond                10
       Stephen                 8
          John                 2
    Stewart, Wesley         16 B            Farm Laborer
    Pool, Henderson           72            No Occupation
         Sarah                72            House Keeper
[Jacob Rector Md. Mahala Pool (b. 4/21/1826 d. 8/5/1905), d/o Henderson Pool, 2/9/1848.  Henderson & Sarah Pool
were family 716 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jacob & Mahala Rector were family 675 in the 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  This family lived on Little Rock Creek and their son John lived at the home place.  Most of the
family is buried in the Rock Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, but some graves are not marked.  Hastings
Rector md. Jestin Poole, d/o F. & F. Poole on 12/16/1875.]

546.Red, William J.           23            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                27
       Lucinda              1/12            (B. May 1870)

562.    Reeves, Ann           42            Keeping House       2540 570
    William L.                18            Farm Laborer
      Sarah C.                14            At School
       Stephen                14            At School
       Cynthia                 5
[Joshua Reeves b. 1824 md. Leann Thomas on 12/30/1847, Ann above is probably his widow.  Another daughter
was Martha b. 1849.]

581.  Reeves, Banks         35 B            Farm Laborer
        Millie              25 B
       Houston               3 B

563.  Reeves, Enoch           40            Farmer    1500      373
         Peggy                35
         Alice                14            At School
      Angeline                 9
[This was family 829 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Enoch Reeves was s/o George Reeves & Jane
Osborne.  This George was s/o of an older setter.  Siblings of George Reeves were:  Jesse Reeves, George Reeves,
Jr., Mary Reeves, Nancy Reeves, Rebecca Reeves, Cynthia Reeves, and Hardin Reeves.  Alice Reeves, d/o Enoch
& Peggy Reeves, Md. J. F. Baker, s/o J. C. & J. Baker, 6/30/1872.  Enoch Reeves served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf.,
CSA, enl. 3/26/1863 in Independence.  Died 1898.]

575.   Reeves, Isom           40            Farmer    1800      300
  (Billings) Amanda           36
      Columbus                12
      Sophrona                11
       Caldona                11
         Haley                 9
       Cynthia                 1
[This was family 793 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Isom Reeves, s/o Jesse & Margaret Reeves Md.
Amanda Billings, d/o Richard & Mary Billings, 1/25/1857.]

467.  Reeves, Jacob         24 B            Farm Laborer
      Caroline              22 B
        Martha               4 B
      Isabella               1 B
           Amy              65 B            No Occupation
     Turk, Ann              25 B            Cook
   Christy (m)               5 B

591.  Reeves, Polly           42            Keeping House       3000 745          NC
        Emmett                20            At School
       Preston                18            At School
Burchett, Francis (f)              17       Domestic                         NC
 Gibson, Henry                15            Farm Laborer                          NC
  Reeves, Mary                 4                                             NC
[Polly Reeves was widow of John Reeves, Jr. b. 1827 d. ca. 1856.  John Reeves, Jr. md. Mary Reeves, a 1st cousin.
George Reeves (1735-1811) was the first Reeves settler to locate in what is now Grayson County.  He married Jane
Burton of Chesterfield Co., Va.  George Reeves settled on New River in 1767 on a tract of land totalling 384 acres.
He served in the American Revolutionary War as a Lieutenant in the local militia first under Captain John McDowell
and later in Captain John Cox's Company.  George Reeves' children were:  Prudence Reeves who md. Andrew Cox
(b. ca. 1760) and was first married to Elizabeth Terrill and 2nd to Mary ____; William Reeves who md. Ann Terrill;
George Reeves, Jr. who md. Jane Osborne; John Reeves who md. Bartholomew Austin; Polly Reeves who md.
Joseph Doughton; Lucy Reeves who md. David Cox, Jr.; Charity Reeves who md. Zachariah Osborne; and Susan
Reeves who md. a Tolliver.  The Reeves family came to America from England and settled first in Isle of Wight
County, Va.  The first of the name was Henry Reeves and wife Elizabeth, whose children were (according to his will)
Henry Jr.; Joseph; James; Rebecca; Elizabeth; Martha; Mary; and Ann.  Henry Reeves, Jr. was b. ca. 1665 and with
wife, Sarah moved to Essex Co., Va. where he died in 1728.  His children were:  Henry Reeves, III; John Reeves,
Samuel Reeves, Thomas Reeves, George Reeves, Patience Galewood, Elizabeth Reeves, and Ann Reeves.  Henry
Reeves, Jr.'s son Thomas moved to Spottsylvania Co., Va. where he died intestate in 1760.  Thomas' known heirs
were:  Thomas Reeves, Jr., George Reeves, Henry and John Reeves.  George Reeves, Jr. who md Jane Osborne's
children were Jesse, Enoch (b. 6/18/1801 d. 6/18/1871) md. Mazie McMillan in 1821, George, Mary, Nancy,
Rebecca, and Cynthia.  Jane Osborne Reeves married 2nd Jesse Edwards.]

659. Reeves, Samuel         50 B            Farm laborer
         Tempy              45 B
         Betty              23 B
          Jane              12 B
          Mary               9 B
         Cinda              10 B
         Floyd               3 B

279.           Reeves, Zachariah                    50          Farm Laborer                     NC
         Sarah                62                                             NC
     Catherine                15                                             NC
        Hannah                22                                             NC
         Nancy                20                                             VA
     Elizabeth                14                                             NC
     Jefferson                 9                                             VA
      Caroline                 9                                             VA
          John                 5                                             VA
       William                 1                                             VA
[This was family 201 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, though the ages are not coincidental to those listed in the
1860 version.]

240.   Rhudy, D. W.           22            Miller    2500      200
    (Austin) Amanda           23
        Minnie                 1
 Eversole, Mon                20            Clerk in Store
[Daniel Wesley Rhudy, s/o William and Charlotte Rhudy Md. N. Amanda Austin, d/o Bledsoe Austin and Nancy
Moore, 12/25/1867.]

189. Rhudy, Ephraim           21            Farm Laborer
   (Vaught) Evaline           21
       Jackson                 3
[Ephraim C. Rhudy, s/o Stephen Rhudy & Lorintha "Patty" Swinney Md. Emaline Vaught, d/o Jackson Vaught &
Mandy Miller, 12/12/1865.  Ephraim Rhudy was member of household 198 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Stephen Jackson Rhudy (1866-1929) md. (1) Emaline Vaught, b. 12/12/1865, d/o Jackson Vaught and md. (2)
Amanda Miller.  Another son was Boyd Alexander Rhudy (1879-1933) md. (1) Sena M. Vaught.]

356.Rhudy, Floyd S.           28            Farmer    500       250
   (Cornett) Thursa           31
          Mary                 6
         James                 4
    William E.                 1
[Stephen Floyd Rhudy, s/o William Rhudy and Charlotte Cornett, Md. Thursa Ann Cornett d/o Eli & Lena Cornett,
5/22/1862.  Floyd Stephen Rhudy served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

185.            Rhudy, Granville                    48          Farmer    1100 620
(Warrick) Catherine           43
      James A.                17
    William M.                12
     George W.                 9
       Mary E.                 5
[This was family 196 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Granville Henderson Rhudy b. 8/27/1821 d. 8/20/1891
was s/o Jacob and Elizabeth Rhudy, B. 8/27/1821 D. 8/20/1891 Md. Catherine Warrick, B. 8/20/1823.  James Austin
Rhudy Md. Rosamond Ann Bourn 1/29/1874.  William M. Rhudy Md. Olive P. Bourn, d/o E. & K. Bourn 3/4/1880.
George Washington Rhudy Md. Martha E. Andis, Mary E. "Molly" Rhudy Md. Mitchell Bourne.  One son, Samuel K.
Rhudy B. ca. 1849 D. 4/25/1859 of Scarlet fever per death register, age 8 yrs, 5 mo.  Ref. P. 84, Stephen Bourn and
Rosamond Mallory Descendants and Related Families, p. 84.]

190.Rhudy, James L.           31            Farmer    840       165
(Litteral) Julia A.           30
[James Lee Rhudy, s/o Stephen & Kitty Rhudy Md. (1) Julia A. Littreal, d/o Lewis & Sally Littreal, on 2/22/1864.
James Rhudy md. (2) Margaret Littreal Porter, d/o Lewis & Sally Littreal and widow of Robert Porter.  James Rhudy
md. (3) Sarah .....  James had no children by any marriage.  He was apparently the same as was living in household
200 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James L. Rhudy served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.]

357.Rhudy, James W.           25            Farmer    1000      600
    (Stone) Mary A.           25
        Wm. A.                 4
    John E. C.                 2
 Mitchell, Jonathan            9
[James Washington Rhudy, s/o William Rhudy and Charlotte Cornett, Md. Mary M. Stone 2/5/1866.  A daughter
Jennie Rhudy, b. 1876, md. Robert Wright.  James W. Rhudy served in Co. G, 14th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

188. Rhudy, Stephen           62            Farmer    300
     Catherine                61
 Funk, William                14
[This was family 198 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen Rhudy, s/o Jacob Rhudy & Elizabeth Cock, Md.
(1) Betsy Byrd and Md. (2) Lorintha Swinney 2/26/1831.  Catherine is a third wife, but no marriage record was found.
Stephen Rhudy's children were:  Jefferson Rhudy b. 1831; Martha Rhudy b. 1835; James Rhudy b. 1839; and
Ephraim Rhudy b. 1850.]

241. Rhudy, William           53            Farmer              1000
(Cornett) Charlotte           51
       Levi H.                22            Farm Laborer
     George A.                20            Farm Laborer
     Alexander                12            At School
        Linnie                14            At School
[William Rhudy, s/o Stephen Rhudy and Elizabeth Cook, Md. Charlotte Cornett, d/o William Cornett & Jane
Sutherland, 2/13/1838.  Eldest daughter Amanda Jane Rhudy, B. ca. 1839 D. 7/28/1866, Md. Augustus Beecher
Stone.  Son, Stephen Floyd Rhudy, B. ca. 1841 Md. Thursa Ann Cornett, d/o Eli and Olive Cornett, w/o Reese Hale,
5/22/1862.  Daughter Nancy Elizabeth Rhudy B. ca. 1840 Md. (1) Anderson Taylor, s/o Daniel and Sophia Taylor
4/1/1858.  Dau. Margaret Matilda Rhudy B. ca. 1843 Md. Samuel Edmond Boyer, s/o Stephen Boyer & Nancy
McCraw, 11/20/1860.  Son William Friel Boyer, B. ca. 1843 Md. Callie J. Cornett, d/o Alexander and Jemima Cornett,
12/24/1868.  Son James Washington Rhudy B. ca. 1845 Md. (1) Mary M. Stone, d/o John and Nancy Stone,
2/8/1866; Md. (2) Sallie Greer 9/21/1902, who was B. 1852 in Smyth Co.  Son Daniel Wesley Rhudy B. ca. 1847 Md.
N. Amanda Austin, d/o Bledsoe Austin and Nancy Moore, 12/25/1867.  Son Less Hicks Rhudy B. 9/3/1848 D.
4/8/1928, Md. Callie S. Dungan, d/o William P. & E. J. Dungan 2/19/1873.  Son George Alfred Rhudy, B. 1850 Md.
Nannie C. Austin, d/o Lewis F. & Martha Ann Austin, 9/12/1877.  Daughter Olive Jemima Rhudy B. ca. 1851 Md.
Alex W. Goodpasture, s/o W. L. & J. C. Goodpasture, 1/17/1870.  Daughter Julia Ann Rhudy was stillborn 7/5/1853.
Dau. Teresa Linne Rhudy B. 1/28/1855 D. 4/23/1892 Md. G. W. Jackson, s/o Thomas & A. Jackson, 3/18/1874.  Son
Alexander Mitchell Rhudy B. 12/28/1857 D. 1/2/1897 Md. Emma E. Gentry, d/o E. & N. Gentry 4/3/1879.  William J.
Rhudy served in the Grayson Co., Militia.  Ref. P. 166, Nuckolls and family bible in possession of Fred B. Wright,
Chapel Hill, NC.]

239.           Rhudy, William F.                    25          Farmer    500  400
(Cornett) Callie J.           23
    Noel B.(m)              9/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
         Lewis               8 B
[William Friel Rhudy b. ca. 1844, s/o William Rhudy and Charlotte Cornett, Md. Callie J. Cornett, d/o Alexander
Cornett and Jemima Rhudy, 12/24/1868.  They had at least 13 children.  William F. Rhudy' later had:  Nellie J.
Rhudy b. 1873 who md. A. Martin, s/o William & Sarah Martin, on 5/22/1895; Lillian Rhudy b. 1878 md. R. L.
Messengill on 10/11/1905; and Bessie C. Rhudy b. 1874 md. John L. Lamb of England, s/o John & Martha Lamb, on
1/3/1903.]

535.           Rhudy, William J.                    38          Farmer    300  250
  (Swinney) Lucinda           28
       Loretta                16            At School
      Caroline                14
       Stephen                12
         Saml.                 9
         Nancy                 4
        Elbert                 1
[Wm. J. Rhudy Md. (1) Melissa Caroline Atkins, d/o James Atkins & Lydia Swinney, 4/20/1852, Md. (2) Lucinda J.
Swinney, d/o Anderson Swinney & Zilpha Byrd, 2/26/1867 Md. (3) Malinda Wysong.  Loretta Rhudy b. 7/2/1854;
Lydia Caroline Rhudy b. 8/11/1856 d. 1875; Stephen James Rhudy b. 2/22/1859 d. 1926 Md. Sarah Swinney, d/o A.
& S. Swinney, 12/28/1882; Samuel Rhudy b. 1861 moved to OK; Nancy C. Rhudy b. 1865; Elbert Rhudy b. 1869.
William J. Rhudy served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Lydia Caroline Rhudy B. 8/11/1856.]

627.           Richardson, Isaac                    26          Farmer    500  300          NC
        Martha                22                                             NC
 Tedder, Hawks                18                                             VA

  Richardson, Annie            1                                             VA
[Isaac Richardson served in Co. I, 61st NC Infantry, CSA.]

158. Ring, Henry M.           23            Farm Laborer             100
(Phillips) Nancy T.           25                                             NC
        Wm. P.                 1
[Henry Martin Ring, s/o Peyton Ring (b. 1828) & Cynthia Ann Carrico (b. 1825) md. Nancy Phillips.  Henry & Nancy
had 6 children:  William P. Ring b. 1869 d. 1893 md. Mollie P. Roseberry Hale; Johnson Ring b. 1872; Joshua
Wright Ring b. 1873 d. 1964 md. Virginia McNew; Martin Fleming Ring b. 1876 d. 1951 md. Lena Wright; Mary Bell
Ring b. 1878 md. William H. Gore; Riley Ring never md.  This family moved to Texas.  Peyton & Cynthia Ring's
children were:  Henry Ring b. 1847; Nancy Ring b. 1849; Jefferson A. Ring b. 1852; Asha M. Ring b. 1855; Rachel A.
Ring b. 1857; and Mary A. Ring b. 1859.  Peyton Ring was living in the Old Town District in this census.  Peyton Ring
was s/o John (b. 1796 in NC) & Margaret Ring (b. 1800 in NC).]

354.Robbins, Daniel           50            Farm Laborer             500          NC
          Mary                49                                             NC
     George W.                12
         James                 9
      Virginia                 5
[Family 91, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Daniel Robbins served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  George W.
Robbins md. Nancy Taylor, d/o John & Rosa Taylor on 9/30/1881.]

321.          Robbins, Daniel F.                    45          Farmer    700  400
 (Hackler) Rossanah           45
       Mary E.                17
        Wm. R.                16
       Fleming                15
     Alexander                14
      Wiley E.                 6
      Sarah J.                12
[Family 83, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Daniel F. Robbins Md. Rosannah Hackler, d/o Peter Hackler and
Barbara Sutherland, 10/12/1850 in Wythe Co.  Mary E. Robbins, Md. George M. Carrico, s/o S. & J. Carrico,
10/29/1872; William K. Robbins md. Sara C. Cole, d/o David & America Cole, on 9/9/1873; Sarah J. Cornett, Md.
Ambrose Cole, s/o David & M. Cole, 2/22/1874.  Daniel F. Robbins served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

456.            Robbins, Jackson                    53          Farm Laborer
           Eve                54
        Martha                28
         Susan                27
      Franklin                21
         Ellen                16
         Kenly                13
         James                 3
[Family 97, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Susan Robbins, Md. Stephen Wright, d/o Dennis & Rosamond Wright,
12/25/1873; Franklin Robbins, Md. Polly A. Sexton, d/o Levi & M. Sexton, 6/20/1872; Ellen Robbins, Md. Lafayette
Shaver, s/o Alex and L. Shaver, 8/30/1877; Kenly Robbins Md. Thursey J. Hale, d/o J. L. & L. Hale, 12/23/1874.]

325.  Roberts, Arad           36            Farmer    1000      500
(Delp) Frances                30            Keeping House
       Lucy M.                 9
        Amanda                 8
     Bettie A.                 7
      Julia M.                 5
    William E.                 3
         Ellen              5/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[Arad Roberts md. Frances Delp, d/o John & Mary Delp, on 8/23/1857.  John F. Carrico, Md. Jane Parks, d/o Wm. &
Catherine Parks, 8/10/1871.  Arad Roberts served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  The Roberts family of Grayson
Co. is of Irish descent.  John Roberts came to this country from County Cork in 1760.  William Roberts had a land
grant in what has become known as Roberts Cove in the Flat Ridge section of Grayson Co., VA.  Jonathan Roberts
was s/o William Roberts.  The Roberts settlement remained intact for many years until their offspring scattered.
Arad Roberts served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA early in the war but later in the Civil War they were Union
sympathizers, and on one occasion brought into court for their activities.  They were joined in the Cove by Henry,
Pilgrim, Sanders and Eli Long, descendants of the Long's Gap Longs; Washington Parks and family.  They
established the Ball Rock Church and the Rosette Post Office.]

353. Roberts, Celia           51            Keeping House       600  380
    William J.                17            Farmer
[Celia Roberts was the widow of Zachariah Roberts, b. 1824.  Their children were:  Wesley J. Roberts b. 1844; Elvira
A. Roberts b. 1847; Julia Ann Roberts b. 1849; Eliza J. Roberts b. 1848; Martha E. Roberts b. 1853; Lydia E.
Roberts b. 1855; and Julia Roberts b. 1857.]

434.           Roberts, James W.                    46          Farmer    1000 367
        Martha                43
     Elizabeth                18
          Lucy                16
         Lumia                 9
[This was family 281 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Children no longer at home were:  Polly Roberts b.
1845; Micajah Roberts b. 1846; and Peter Roberts b. 1850.  Elizabeth M. Roberts Md. Newton C. Cole, s/o J. & H.
Cole, 7/23/1874; Lucy Roberts Md. F. R. Delp s/o L. & E. Delp 4/19/1872; Lennie Roberts Md. James P. Stroup, s/o
A. & S. Stroup, 7/5/1878.  It is possible that Lucy married a second time in 1876, did F. R. Delp die shortly after their
marriage?  A James Roberts served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

173.           Roberts, John Mc.                    22          Farm Laborer
(Edwards) Elizabeth           17
       Lucy B.              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
[John Mc. Roberts s/o James & M. Roberts Md. Elizabeth E. Edwards, d/o W. & L. Edwards 8/17/1869]

314. Roberts, Julia           34            Keeping House            300
      Laura B.                13
[Julia Roberts widow M. E. Roberts; Laura B. Roberts Md. James M. Ross, s/o John W. & E. Ross.]

133.            Roberts, Micajah                    48          Farmer    1000 425
(Brewer) Eliza                36
      Margaret                21
    Evaline H.                19
      James L.                11
     Elisha C.                10
       Olly E.                 8
   Melville W.                 6
      Nancy M.                 4
 Cornett, Elizabeth           69            No Occupation
[This was family 237 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Micajah Roberts, s/o John & Elizabeth Roberts, Md.
Elizabeth Roberts as her second husband Jesse Cornett on 1/1/1850.  Micajah Roberts md. (2) Eliza Brewer d/o
Samuel and Elizabeth Brewer 1/10/1858; Elisha C. Roberts Md. Sarah Wampler, d/o A. C. & H. Wampler 11/7/1878.]

167.           Roberts, Peter P.                    20          Farm Laborer        115
      Margaret                23
          Mary              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)

372.            Robinson, Daniel                    33          Teacher   160  150
  (Bourne) Julia J.           30
     Nancy Ann                11
   David Frank                 8
        Wm. M.                 6
       John P.                 3
      Margaret                 1
[Daniel Preston Robertson, B. in Pittsylvania Co., VA on 8/29/1836 D. 6/2/1915 in Santa Monica, CA was s/o William
& Ann Robertson, Md. Julia J. Bourn, d/o George & Nancy Bourn 12/31/1858 B. 8/3/1839 D. 1/12/1911 in Topeka,
KS; Nancy Ann Robinson, Md. F. M. Robinson, s/o G. L. & T. V. Robinson of Kansas, 7/4/1877.  David Frank
Robinson B. 9/28/1861 D. 1/27/1943 in Downey, CA. Md. (1) Mary Walters B. 2/25/1865 in Alleghany Co., PA; Md.
(2) Stella Weber B. 8/6/1877 in Hamilton Co., OH.  William Minitree Robinson B. 4/13/1864 D. 4/21/1944 in Los
Angeles, CA, Md. Caroline Robinson in 1891; John Preston Robinson B. 1866 D. 9/11/1945.  Additional children
born after the 1870 census were Sarah, B. ca. 1872 and Rosamond B. ca. 1874.  Ref. P. 51 Stephen Bourn and
Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

551.            Robinson, Harvey                  60 B          Farm Laborer
        Hannah              55 B
         Moses               9 B
        Reuben               7 B

83.Rutherford, Andy           45            Farmer    350       100
      Sarah E.                17
        Thomas                 5
      Polly A.                 3
       Stephen                 1

294.   Sage, Andrew           39            Farm Laborer             100
    (Harvill) Nancy           22
      Robt. A.                 2
       Geo. W.              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Andrew Sage served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  Andrew Sage, s/o George and Susannah Sage md. Nancy
Harvill, d/o Littleton and P. Harvill on 12/24/1866.  Other information indicates that he was s/o James Sage, Jr. (b.
1783) and Catherine Cannoy (b. 1793) who md. on 11/13/1809.  Andrew Sage served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry,
CSA, was wounded at Gettysburg and discharged for disability resulting from that wound.]

289.Sage, George W.           43            Farm Laborer
  (Hale) Nancy                35
         Ellen                15
      Susan S.                11
     Martin V.                 6
      Laura A.                 3
    William J.                 1
[George Washington Sage, s/o Martin Sage (b. 1804) & Susannah Wright (b. 1808), Md. Nancy Hale 4/15/1855.
Susannah Wright d/o William Wright md. Martin Sage, s/o James & Lovelace Sage, on 4/5/1835.  James Sage
served as Lt. in Montgomery Co. Militia under Col. Crockett d. in the 1820's.  Lovelace Sage d. on 8/28/1854.  Other
children of James & Lovelace Sage were: Peggy, Charles, James, Lovice, Polly, Betsy, Esther, Sampson, Caty Sage
(the Indian captive) and Margaret Sage (b. 1790).  Other children of Martin & Susannah Sage were:  Charles who
went to MO then to OR, Samuel, Thompson and Caty Sage.  Of George W. & Nancy Sage's children, Ellen Sage
Md. Saml. Funk, s/o Jesse & Sally Funk, 1/5/1882; Susan S. Sage Md. Jno. M. Pennington, s/o Jas. & S.
Pennington, 7/14/1876.  George W. Sage served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA and was wounded at Manassas and
discharged for jaundice on 11/11/1861.]

211.    Sage, James           31            Farm Laborer             100
 (Hale) Louisa                29
      Franklin                 8
        Robert                 6
       William                 4
         James                 1
[This was family 209 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James F. Sage, s/o Martin Sage & Susan Wright, Md.
Louisa Hale d/o Fountain & Serena Hale 3/2/1859.  James Sage served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry.]

210.   Sage, Martin           67            Farm Laborer             200
(Wright) Susan                64            Keeping House
Burris, George                29            Farm Laborer
    (Sage) Polly A.           25            No Occupation
[This was family 206 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Martin Sage Md. Susan Wright, d/o William Wright,
5/5/1825.  Geo. Burris, s/o Polly Burris Md. Polly Ann Sage, d/o Martin & Susan Sage 1/5/1861.]

557.   Sage, Martin           28            Farm Laborer
        Phoebe                28                                             NC
         Sally                 5                                             NC
         James                 3
       Cynthia                 1
[Martin Sage was probably s/o Martin Sage & Susannah Wright.]

209.Sage, Van Buren           29            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                25
         Molly                 7
      Clara V.                 4
        Wm. O.                 2
[Van Buren Sage was s/o Martin Sage & Susannah Wright, (who md. on 5/5/1825).  Molly Sage Md. Scot Barker, s/o
B. & P. Barker 1/16/1879.  Van Buren Sage served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, and in Co. C, 63rd VA
Infantry CSA and deserted from both units.  Pension was disapproved for this reason in 1909 but was approved in
1913.]

387.            Sawyers, John M.                    48          Blacksmith          300
      Caroline                45
         Nancy                19
          Mary                18
        Thomas                16
        Ludema                15
         Robt.                13
     Granville                10
          John                 7
          Isom                 3
   Jackson, Fielden           13            Farm Laborer
[John M. Sawyers was s/o Zachariah Sawyers & Mary Martin.  Thomas Sawyers Md. Rebecca Comer, d/o J. & E.
Comer, 9/16/1875.  Another child, Kastin Sawyers b. 1858 may have died by this census.  John M. Sawyers had a
brother, Richard Sawyers who sometimes lived with this family.  Richard served in the Confederate Army and had a
red beard and black hair and was often mistaken for an officer due to this.]

571.  Scott, Larkin           26            Farm Laborer
        Phoebe                24
       William                 2
         James              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
[William Scott served in the Grayson Co., Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, as 2nd Lt.  He deserted and took the
oath of allegiance and discharged from custody on 3/1/1864.  Prewar resident of Smyth Co., VA.]

570.       Scott, Permillian (f)                    64          Keeping House  400  200          NC
    Phadis, Leander           25            Farm Laborer                          NC
          Jane                34            Domestic                         VA
       William                 3                                             VA

553.Sexton, Charles           76            Farmer    700
      Rhoda H.                73            Keeping House
         Nancy                53            At Home             250
          Jane                45
    Bedwell, Amanda           20            Seamstress
[This was family 301 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children no longer at home:  Noah Sexton b. 1818;
Rosamond Sexton b. 1822; Levi Sexton b. 1831; Martin Sexton b. 1834 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA;
Charlotte Sexton b. 1837; John H. Sexton b. 1839 who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA; Bettie Sexton b. 1848;
Thomas Sexton b. 1850; Amanda Sexton b. 1852; and Cena J. Sexton b. 1852.]

554. Sexton, Hardin           45            Farm Laborer             150
      Rosamond                48
      Caroline                16            Domestic
         Julia                10
[Hardin Sexton served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Other children no longer at home were:  James W. Sexton b.
1847; and Noah Sexton b. 1848.]

622.  Sexton, Hardy           43            Miller    100
       Rebecca                45            Keeping House
       William                17
         Sarah                21
       Lorenzo                16
       Eveline                14
       Adaline                 8
    William R.                 4
[This was family 1417 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Hardy Sexton served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA.]

656.  Sexton, James           25            Farm Laborer
          Mary                25
          Jane                 3
         Betty                 2
         Robt.                 1
[James Sexton served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.  He was the s/o Hardin Sexton in household 554 Elk Creek
District 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

601.Sexton, John C.           68            Farm Laborer             125
        Seline                48
        Martha                24
         David                17
       Jackson                16
      Franklin                15
         Nancy                12
       Geo. W.                 6
[John C. Sexton b. 1802, was probably the s/o John Sexton & Elizabeth Ingram who md. on 10/29/1795.  John C.
Sexton md. Edith Nicholls on 3/12/1833 and may have been md. twice.  David Sexton Md. Sara Ward, d/o S. & J.
Ward, 10/6/1872.]

466.   Sexton, Levi           40            Farmer    1000      150
        Martha                35
         Polly                16
         Chas.                13
         Wiley                12
       Levi T.                 8
       Letcher                12
[This was family 783 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi Sexton was s/o Charles & Rhoda Sexton.  Polly A.
Sexton, Md. Franklin Robbins, s/o T. Jackson & E. Robbins. 6/20/1872.  Polly & Franklin Robbins are buried in the
Dickey Cemetery, 2 mi. North of Independence.  Another daughter of Levi Sexton was Lara Sexton who md. James
Moss.  Levi Sexton served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

598. Sexton, Martin           37            Miller
Boyd, Caroline                27            Keeping House
      Chas. H.                14
     Jefferson                10
[Martin Sexton was s/o Charles & Rhoda Sexton.]

614.          Sexton, William P.                    44          Farmer    600  397
      Pricilla                44
          Mary                27            Afflicted
  South, Sarah                39            Domestic
       William                17            Farm Laborer
          Mary                15            Farm Laborer
         David                13            Farm Laborer
        Jemima                11            Farm Laborer
       Rebecca                 9            Farm Laborer
       Adaline                 9
         Nancy                 4
Grubb, William                21            Farm Laborer
[William P. Sexton served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  Early Sexton pioneers were 4 brothers who took up land on
Rock Creek at the end of the American Revolution.  John & Elizabeth Sexton; Prior Sexton; Archibald Sexton;
William Sexton b. 1747 d. 1830 and went to KY.  The children of these settlers on Rock Creek fell on hard times and
lost their land and were scattered through out Grayson Co., VA and Ashe Co., NC.]

452.Sexton, William           58            Farm Laborer             100
     Elizabeth                44
   Clodfelter, Jane           15
        Powell                11

333.Shuler, Abraham           48            Farmer    1840      928
    (Bonham) Hannah           47
          Jane                20
         Riley                12
      Ruse (m)                 9
          Troy                 7
[Family 53, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Abraham Shuler served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. B, 4th VA
Reserves, CSA.  Abraham Shuler's father was probably Michael Shuler (b. 1776).  Michael Shuler md. (2) Anna
Russell on 3/9/1837.  Michael also had a daughter, Catherine Shuler who md. Hezekiah Hall on 1/19/1828 and a
daughter Suffira Shuler who md. Joshua Cannoy on 3/8/1831.  Michael Shuler b. 3/1759 in Philadelphia, PA d.
2/23/1862 md. Charity Myers b. 1769 d. 12/17/1856 buried at Comer's Rock.  Michael Shuler's children were:
Sophia Shuler b. 1784 in NC md. John Delp; Daniel Shuler md. Elizabeth Eller and moved to MO; John Kendrick
Shuler b. 1797 d. 1/31/1878, Ashland Gap, Morgan Co., IN, md. Sarah Cornett, d/o James Cornett; George Shuler b.
1804 d. 100/24/1869 md. (1) Phoebe Russell on 3/24/1830 and md. (2) Margaret Anderson; Catherine Shuler b.
1808 d. 1878 md. Hezekiah Hall on 1/19/1828; Michael Shuler, Jr. b. 1810 d. 8/26/1855 md. Anna Russell, d/o Philip
& Rebecca Russell, on 3/9/1837; Suffira Shuler md. Joshua Cannoy on 3/8/1831 d. in Morgan Co., IN: Adam Shuler
md. Elizabeth Hall, d/o Richard Hall and moved to Lee Co., VA; Elizabeth Shuler b. 1812 d. 1885 md. James Carrico
2/23/1836; Abram Shuler b. 12/25/1822 (above) md. (1) Hannah Bonham in 1840 and md. (2) Barbara Frances
Parks, d/o William & Catherine Parks, on 5/12/1871.  Children of Abraham & Hannah Shuler were:  Joseph Milton
Shuler b. 1841, served in the Confederate Army and was listed as missing after Lee's surrender; Ludema Elvira
Shuler b. 1842 md. George Cornett, s/o Lloyd Cornett' Rosamond Cansada Shuler b. 1842 md. Jeff Wright; William
Marshall Shuler b. 1845 md. (1) Nancy Comer and md. (2) Ellen Vaught; Allen Troy Shuler b. 1848 md. (1) Luzanna
Hale Boyer and md. (2) Julia Roberts; Martha Jane Shuler b. 1850 md. Lee Russell Moran; Emaline Shuler b. 1853
md. Creed Carrico; Hensley Powell Shuler b. 1856; Elbert Highly Shuler b. 1858 md. Elizabeth Matilda Parks; Emory
Reece Shuler b. 1861 md. Hiamie Parks, sister of Barbara Parks; Ira Fleming Shuler b. 1863 d. 8/1/1889 md. Eliza
Roberts, d/o Arad Roberts.  Children of Abraham & Barbara Shuler were:  Saphiria Catherine Shuler b. 7/17/1872 d.
1/22/1888; Rush Floyd Shuler b. 5/22/1874 d. 2/16/1964; Letha Rahamy Tobitha Shuler b. 3/25/1876 md. Noah
Haga on 6/8/1894; and Cornelius Columbus Shuler b. 3/19/1878 md. Roberta Nelson.]

316.  Shuler, James           35            Farmer    1500      723
    (Perkins) Lovie           35
      Virginia                12            At School
     Cleopatra                10            At School
       Leander                 5
        Phoebe                60            Tailoress
Martin, Levina                19            Domestic
[Family 80, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Kenly Shuler, b. 1/15/1834 d. 6/27/1925 s/o George Shuler &
Phoebe Russell, Md. Lovie Perkins, d/o Joseph Perkins & Mary Hale, 8/14/1856.  James R. Shuler served in the
Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  George Shuler md. (1) Phoebe Russell (d. 5/1870), d/o Philip Russell, on 3/24/1830.
George Shuler deserted Pheobe & md. (2) Margaret Anderson on 3/11/1861.  Children of George & Phoebe Shuler
were:  Polly Shuler b. 1829; Philip L. Shuler b. 1831; and James K. Shuler.  Children of George & Margaret Shuler
were:  Stephen C. Shuler b. 1868 md. Susan Tabitha Parks on 3/28/1893; John William Shuler who md. Julia
Roberts; Sarah Shuler b. 1859 d. age 6 of diphtheria; Enoch Shuler.]

313.           Shuler, Philip L.                    39          Farmer    1200 350
  (Hackler) Mary S.           40
     Alexander                11
       William                10
          Mary                 7
Hackler, Carroll L.           20            Farm Laborer
        Phoebe                18            (Md. Mar. 1870)
[Philip L. Shuler, s/o George & Pheby Shuler, Md. (1) Easter E. Gallehan; Md. (2) Mary Susan Hackler Hounshell,
d/o Peter & Barbara Hackler, 4/14/1864; md. (3) Lucy Hackler and md. (4) Charlotte .....  Children of Philip L. &
Easter Shuler were:  Alexander Shuler b. 1859, a Methodist minister, who md. Amanda Emaline Herrington, d/o
William Herrington & Matilda Hall; J. William W. Shuler b. 1860 d. 1963 in Hellsboro, TX and was also a Methodist
minister md. (1) Rose Elvira Cornett, d/o Lloyd Cornett & Anna Catron and md. (2) a Copenhaver; Mary E. Shuler,
Md. A. P. Delp, s/o Levi & E. Delp 12/27/1879.  Carroll L. Hackler, s/o Peter Hackler and Barbara Sutherland Md.
Phoebe E. Cornett, d/o Loyd Cornett and Anne Catron on 2/6/1870.]

330. Shuler, Thursa           38            Keeping House
         Sarah                16
        Jestin                14
        Amanda                12
        Martha                10
       Melvina                 8
         Linie                 3
[Thursa was widow of John Shuler, s/o Adam (b. 1802) & Elizabeth Shuler (b. 1804).  John Shuler md. Thurza Poole,
on 1/29/1853.  John Shuler died on disease at Staunton, VA on 6/14/1862 while serving in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry
CSA.  Martha M. Shuler, Md. William M. Wright, s/o Abner & Tiney Wright, 9/9/1881.]

334.          Shuler, William M.                    25          Farmer    800  410
 (Comer) Nancy                24
        Joseph                 2
         James                 1
    Cornett, Marion           10
[William M. Shuler, s/o Abraham & Hannah Shuler, Md. Nancy C. Comer, d/o John Comer, 11/26/1863.  See Elk
Creek District household 376, 1870 Grayson Co. VA Census.  Marion Cornett md. Flora V. Hale, d/o Charles Hale,
on 9/13/1882.]

222.            Shupe, Austin A.                    35          Farmer    250  200
 (Swinney) Rosey A.           27
      David A.                 5
      Sarah F.              5/12            (B. Jan. 1870)
[Austin A. Shupe, b. 1835 d. 1934 age 99, was s/o David Shupe b. 1808 & Nancy Lanter b. 1808.  Austin Shupe md.
Rosamond A. Swinney, d/o Anderson Swinney & Zilpha Byrd.  Austin A. Shupe served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry,
CSA.  They had 3 children:  David Anderson Shupe b. 1863 d. 1937 md. Mary Vaughn; Sarah Frances Shupe b.
1870 md. William Johnson Edwards; and Cora Alice Shupe b. 1874 d. 1901 md. John W. Vaughn.  Austin Shupe's
siblings were:  Sophia J. Shupe b. 1834; Austin Shupe b. 1835; Rosa Shupe b. 1838; Frances Shupe b. 1840;
Ephraim Shupe b. 1844 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA; and Henderson Johnson Shupe b. 1847 who
was listed on a postwar roster of Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.]

196.Shupe, Benjamin           69            Farmer    300       200
   (Garrison) Polly           62
         Sally                32            No Occupation
           Lee                24            Farm Laborer
[Benjamin Shupe, b. 10/17/1802 s/o John Shupe & Louisa Ferguson, Md. Polly Garrison, 7/1/1827.  Polly was the
d/o Isaac Garrison, III and Lucy Jones.  Benjamin & Polly Shupe had 10 children:  Peyton Drew Shupe b. 10/8/1829
d. 3/18/1921 md. Martha Ann Rhudy; Hester Ann Shupe b. 8/26/1831 d. 7/21/1905 md. Abram Galloway Wampler;
Isaac Lehue Shupe b. 6/5/1833 d. 9/21/1899 md. Sophia S. Rippito; James Shupe b. 9/4/1835 d. 2/28/1845; Sallie
Shupe b. 9/4/1835 d. 4/25/1891, she N/M; Garrison Jones Shupe b. 6/23/1840 d. 5/11/1891 who served in CO. K,
51st VA Infantry, CSA and md. Lucinda Poole; Rufus Whaley Shupe b. 2/28/1842 d. 7/2/1884 and served in Co. K,
51st VA Infantry, CSA and md. Sarah Jane Bedwell; George Shupe b. 11/2/1843 d. 7/1/1861; Martha Frances Shupe
b. 6/3/1846 d. 7/5/1914 md. Jasper W. Swinney; Henry Lee Shupe b. 4/2/1850 d. 11/17/1937 Md. Amanda Evaline
Sweeney on 6/20/1875, B. 7/27/1857 D. 5/4/1924.  Ref. P. 77, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982
Descendants and Related Families.]

658.             Shupe, Garrison                    30          Farm Laborer
    (Poole) Lucinda           33
        Wm. R.                 2
     Wesley P.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Garrison Shupe served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.  Garrison Shupe was s/o Benjamin Shupe & Polly Garrison, in
household 196 Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

105.Shupe, James A.           25            Farmer              125          VA
   (Porter) Barbara           25            Keeping House
    William M.                 4
      Susannah                 2
      James W.              4/12            (B. Feb 1870)
[James Andrew Shupe b. 7/15/1843 d. 9/22/1904 was s/o Andrew Shupe (1816-1844) and Susan Vaughn.  Susan
Vaughn was d/o Nathaniel Vaughn & Elizabeth Carrico.  Susan Vaughn md. (2) Richard Byrd.  James Andrew
Shupe served in Co. H, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion, CSA as a special courier where he contracted consumptive
tuberculosis.  James A. Shupe md. Barbara Ann Porter, who was born in Wythe Co., VA.  They had 10 children 3 of
whom died in childhood:  William Andrew Shupe b. 1865 d. 1917 md. Mary Susan Vaughn; Susannah J. Shupe b.
1867 d. 1910 md. John Warner; James Wiley Shupe b. 1870 d. 1936 md. Martha Ann Burris; Amanda Elizabeth
Shupe b. 1872 d. 1951 md. George T. Moore; John Nathaniel Shupe b. 1874 d. 1880; Malinda Frances Shupe, b.
1877 d. 1953 md. John F. Koontz; unnamed female; Eli Richard Shupe b. 1882 d. 1928 md. Nannie Florence Porter;
Stephen Edward Shupe b. 1886 d. 1887; and Emma Ruth Shupe b. 1886 d. 1939 md. Montague H. Byrd.]

184. Shupe, Johnson           22            Farm Laborer             105
 (Swinney) Caroline           21
     Samuel G.                 2
[Henderson Johnson Shupe b. 1842 d. 1902, s/o David Shupe & Nancy Lanter.  He served in Co. K, 51st VA
Infantry, CSA.  Johnson Shupe md. Amelia Caroline Swinney, d/o Anderson Swinney & Zilpha Byrd.  They had 10
children:  Samuel George Shupe b. 1868 d. 1937 md. Amanda Vaughn; Albert Canary Shupe b. 1870 d. 1955 md.
Liza Jane Vaughn; Minnie Catherine Shupe b. 1872 d. 1959 md. Levi Anderson Funk; William Monroe Shupe b.
1875 d. 1896; Jettie Iris Shupe b. 1877 d. 1961 md. John Andrew Bonham; Mary Ida Shupe b. 1879 d. 1963 md.
Mickel Byram Funk; Fleming Anderson Shupe b. 1884 d. 1967 md. Cora Cornett; James Orville Shupe b. 1887 d.
1976 md. Lizzie Vaughn Byrd; Dellie Frances Shupe b. 1889 d. 1890; Cora Lee Shupe b. 1891 d. 1928 md. Early
Carter Moore.]

481. Simcock, Nancy           68            Keeping House
        Judida                45            Weaver
[This was family 863 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  The Simcocks were early settler in the Upper Meadow
Creek Section of Grayson Co., and originally from NJ.  Since they were originally from NJ they were probably
Quakers as most local Quakers were from that state.]

362. Simms, John L.           26            Farm Laborer             100          NC
         Nancy                29                                             NC
         James                 7
         Robt.                 5
          Rosy                 3
        Elbert                 1

256.  Simms, Samuel           21            Farm Laborer             200
(Sage) Mary J.                18
    Sage, Elizabeth           46            Seamstress
      Laura A.                 9
[Saml. Simms, Md. Mary J. Sage, d/o Betsy Sage, 12/31.1868; Elizabeth Sage was the widow of J. Sage, decd.;
Laura A. Sage, Md. Crisley Pennington, s/o Jos. & S. Pennington 12/10/1874.]

172.            Smith, George W.                    32          Farm Laborer        150
        Jemima                38
      James A.                13
     Alexander                11
      Peter F.                 9
     Thursa E.                 7
        Rachel                 5
         Nancy                 1
[This was family 303 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George W. Smith served in Company C, 45th Virginia
Infantry, enl. 5/29/1861 at Wytheville, AWOL 6/15/1862.  Died in Carroll Co., VA June 1898.]

319.Smith, Lewis A.           36            Farm Laborer                          SC
     Catherine                26                                             NC
     Andrew J.                 9                                             NC
       John E.                 5                                             NC

636.           Smith, William H.                    54          Farmer    1400 455
      Emmanuel                27            Farm Laborer
         Nancy                23
 Anders, Sally                50            Domestic
        Sabina                14            No Occupation
[William H. Smith, s/o Nancy Smith, Md. Elizabeth Stephens, d/o Wm. & Jane Stephens on 4/14/1861.  Perhaps she
had died by 1870? and perhaps a 2nd wife.  His first wife's name was apparently Tempy b. 1815.  William & Tempy
had a son named Rollin Smith b. 1843.]

103. Spans?, Alfred           22            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Nancy J.                21
[Surname could be Spurs or Spears.]

433. Spears, Andrew           35            Farm Laborer             100          NC
(Hill, Lina?) Cenia           37
        Martha                13
        Sidney                 7
         Sarah                 4
      Margaret                 3
         Betty                 2
          Mary                 1
[Andrew Spears, s/o John & Jane Spears Md. Lina Hill, d/o Arter & Nancy Hill, 2/19/1857.]

82.             Spurlin, Jackson                    39          Farmer    600  500          NC
         Nancy                34                                             NC
         Susan                16
       Matilda                11
       Cynthia                 4
        Joseph                18                                             NC
 Taylor, Wiley                 8
[Family 28, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

141.            Stamper, Ephraim                    63          Farm Laborer        110          NC
(South, Hall) Sarah J.             36
[Ephraim W. Stamper, s/o John Stamper Md. (1) Susan Hackler, d/o Peter Hackler, on 9/15/1831 and Md. (2) Sarah
J. South Hall 4/18/1867.  He was living in household 75, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Stamper was s/o
Jonathan Stamper who moved to Wilkes Co., NC and then Surry Co., NC in 1765.  Ephraim Stamper's sons Franklin
Stamper served in the Confederate Army and after the war moved to Frenchburg, KY.  Franklin Stamper md. Betty
Wingate, d/o John Wingate.  Ephraim Stamper, Susan Hackler Stamper and several of their children who died in
childhood are buried at the Rush Shuler farm on Fort Ridge.]

303.            Stephens, Keziah                    38          Keeping House                    NC
      James R.                14
    William M.                 3

407.   Stone, G. B.           36            Farmer    2500      487
(Perkins) Elizabeth           26
        Martha              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
  Parks, Creed                12            Farm Laborer
   Hale, Clara              16 B            Domestic
[Augustus Beecher Stone, s/o John Stone (b. 1804) & Nancy Fields (b. 1806), Md. (1) Amanda Jane Rhudy, d/o Will-

iam Rhudy & Charlotte Cornett;  Md. (2) Elizabeth Perkins, d/o S. & E. Perkins, 11/14/1868.  John Stone, s/o William
Stone b. 1766, md. Nancy Fields, d/o Joseph Fields of Bridle Creek, on 3/10/1824.  William Stone was s/o Jeremiah
Stone (b. 1742 d. 1823 at Elk Creek, VA) who was a soldier in the American Revolution and his wife, Susannah.  G.
B. Stone, age 21, was living in household 135 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time household 135 had
Amanda, age 21, William, age 2, and John W. Stone, age 1.  Augustus Beecher Stone served in Company F, 4th
Virginia Infantry, CSA.  G. B. Stone's family died of the "flux", perhaps during an epidemic.]

418.    Stone, John           66            Farmer    1000      1091
(Fields) Nancy                64
      Kenly C.                20            Farm Laborer (Md. Nov. 1869)
      Carry E.                21            No Occupation
  Hale, Hannah              20 B            Domestic
          Mary               4 B
[John Stone Md. Nancy Fields, d/o Joseph Fields, 3/10/1824.  John & Nancy Stone's children were:  William Stone
b. 1831; Gustavius Stone b. 1834; Elizabeth Stone b. 1835; Eliza Stone b. 1838; Rachel Stone b. 1842; Rachel
Stone; Mary Stone b. 1846; Kennerly Stone b. 1849 Md. (2) Rosa Cornett d/o John Cornett & Lucinda Boyer.  This
was family 133 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.]

416.  Stone, Joseph           44            Farmer    900       556
 (Cannoy) Catherine           47
      Rosamond                22
         James                20            Farm Laborer
        Thursa                17            At School
         Nancy                16            At School
        Elbert                 8
       Rebecca                 4
[This was family 134 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joseph Stone, s/o John Stone & Nancy Fields, md.
Catherine Cannoy, d/o Christian & Rebecca Cannoy.  Rosamond M. Stone Md. James J. Cornett, s/o Wm. J. &
Charlotte Cornett, 6/29/1873;  James Stone Md. Nannie C. Hale, d/o F. & E. Hale, 8/24/1877; Thursa Stone Md. G.
L. Hall??, Nancy C. Stone Md. John Trimble, s/o Mastin Trimble, 11/23/1881; Elbert W. Stone Md. Polly J. Lundy d/o
Joseph Lundy, 1/26/1882.  Joseph Stone served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. I, 37th Battalion VA
Cavalry, CSA.]

396.           Stone, William E.                    45          Farmer    1000 420
       Matilda                42
    William A.                16
      Sarah J.                14
    Charles J.                12
        Joseph                10
     Thursa E.                 7
      Nancy M.                 2
[This would appear to be family 668 of the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census, but this is by no means certain.
William E. Stone served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  William Stone was s/o John Stone & Nancy
Fields.]

668.           Stone, William E.                    39          Farmer    1200 540
    (Wright) Martha           22
         Sarah                13            At School
[This was family 119, 1860 Grayson Co. Census.  William E. Stone  Md. (1) Eliza Caroline Sutherland, d/o John &
Isabella Sutherland.  Eliza died 8/22/1868 of cancer, age 33.  William E. Stone Md. (2) Martha J. Wright, d/o H. & S.
Wright, 8/27/1869.  William E. Stone served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.]

417. Stuart, George         40 B            Farm Laborer
          Mary              30 B
          Jane              15 B
         Susan              13 B
          Geo.               9 B
        McLean               5 B
        Hannah               2 B

406.            Sutherland, Alex                    59          Farmer    3500 700
    Wright, Fielden           36            Farm Laborer
    (Wright) Thursa           30            Keeping House
          Rosy                34            Seamstress
         Eliza              60 B            Domestic
      Margaret              20 B            Seamstress
[Alexander Sutherland may be the same as the Alexander Sutherland living in household 142 in the 1860 Census of
Grayson Co., VA.  Fielden Wright, s/o Abner & Tina Wright Md. Thursa Wright 1/18/1860.  Rosy Wright Md. Patrick
H. Ingoldsby 1/7/1875 as his second wife.  Alex Sutherland was s/o Alex Sutherland b. 1743 in Scotland and d.
11/1843 about 100.  The elder Alexander Sutherland came to America as a British soldier and deserted to fight in the
American Forces and remained here.  Alexander Sutherland md. Margaret Elizabeth Bryan b. 1771 in Culpeper Co.,
VA d. 1845.  They are buried at Elk Creek, VA.  Their children were:  John Thomas Sutherland b. 2/1/1785 md.
Didema Cornett b. 11/17/1789 d. 1862 and moved to Sutherland, Ashe Co., NC where they are buried; Jane
Sutherland b. 9/19/1787 d. 6/19/1869 md. William Cornett, Sr. b. 1778 d. 1863 s/o James Cornett, and they are
buried in the William Cornett Cem. on Elk Creek; Joseph Alexander Sutherland b. 7/9/1788 d. 1/10/1867 md. (1)
Susan Robinson who d. 11/16/1824 and is buried on Elk Creek md. (2) Sarah King b. 11/10/1803 d. 8/1/1874 and
buried on Laurel Creek, Johnson Co., TN; John Sutherland b. 1790 d. 4/4/1844 of pneumonia and buried on Elk
Creek md. Rhoda Isabella Johnson b. 5/15/1794 on Roaring River, Wilkes Co., NC and d. 1844 on Elk Creek; Phyllis
Sutherland b. 9/14/1794 d. 10/29/1879 md. Griggs Hampton b. 11/22/1788 and lived in Carroll Co., VA; Margaret
"Peggy" Sutherland b. 12/2/1799 md. Hale Burris on 6/13/1816 and are buried in the Old Sutherland Cemetery;
Sarah Sutherland b. 1804 md. Thomas Hale who d. 4/8/1892; Mary Sutherland b. ca. 1800 d. 3/1/1842 md. William
Thomas b. 3/13/1802 d. 2/15/1871 and are buried in the Thomas Cemetery, Sutherland Ashe Co., NC; Barbara
Sutherland b. 5/22/1805 md. Peter Delp on 2/12/1823 and buried at Crockett, VA; Phoebe Sutherland b. 4/1809 d.
3/5/1885 md. "Blue" David Cornett b. 11/3/1805 d. 1/24/1886 and buried in the Central Cemetery, Flat Ridge,
Grayson Co., VA.]

392.         Sutherland, Richard                    48          Farmer    1200 630
  (Reed) Arina                36
        Martha                19
     Alexander                16            At School
          Mary                13            At School
         James                 4
         Cecil                 2
        Allice                 1
[This seems to be family 137 of the 1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.  Ref. P. 95, Our Cox Family by Alice Cox
Phillips, Richard Henry Sutherland, B. 2/7/1822 D. 7/24/1903, s/o John Sutherland and Isabella Johnson Md. (1)
Ruth Jane Cox, Md. (2) Arania Reed.  Their children were:  Nancy Caroline Sutherland B. 4/3/1850 D. 2/14/1913 Md.
James Marsh Elliott 2/7/1867, s/o Abraham Elliott & Margaret Cornett; Martha Sutherland b. 12/26/1851 d.
10/25/1905 md. Elbert Cox; Alexander Mack Sutherland B. 10/18/1853, Md. Eliza Catherine Comer, d/o John & S.
Comer, 3/28/1876; Mary Sutherland B. 3/15/1856 D. 2/14/1941 Md. Jasper Roberts;  James Sutherland b. 5/26/1866
d. 3/9/1942 never md.; Creed Sutherland b. 9/7/1867 d. 7/26/1941 md. Macalene Hale; Alice Sutherland b. 7/5/1868
d. 9/11/1944 never md.; Ellen Sutherland b. 10/7/1870 d. 1/25/1905 md. (1) Elbert Cox and md. (2) C. L. Jennings;
Victoria Sutherland b. 4/24/1942 d. 12/17/1911 never md; Joe A. Sutherland b. 11/23/1874 d. 2/19/1942 md. (1)
Bessie K Cornett and md. (2) Cora Cornett; and Preston Sutherland b. 7/25/1877 d. 3/31/1901 and never md.]

420.          Sutherland, Samuel                    43          Farmer    6000 1220
  (Sutherland) Jane           39
       Fielden                10            At School
    William H.                 8
         Ellen                 6
     Terry (m)                 1
 Surratt, Jane                15            Domestic
 Callahan, Wm.                25            Farm Laborer
[This was family 140 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, John
Sutherland B. ca. 1826 Md. Jane Sutherland, b. 6/25/1830 d. 1/10/1897, d/o Joseph Alexander Sutherland & Susan
Robinson, on 5/24/1852.  They are buried in the Lebanon Church Cemetery, Elk Creek, VA.  Their children were:
Fielden Sutherland b. 1860; William H. Sutherland b. 1862; Ellen J. Sutherland b. 1864 md. Fleming J. Cornett on
4/28/1884; Terry Sutherland b. 1869 md. Maggie Simms, buried on the Old Jimmy Sutherland place on Maiden Ro-

bert's Farm, Elk Creek; Ettie Sutherland md. Steve Bennington; Sarah Jane Sutherland died young of scarlet fever.]

593.  Swain, Virgil           25            Farm Laborer             100          NC
        Dianah                24            Keeping House                         NC
          Emma                 1                                             NC

107.           Swinney, Anderson                    56          Farmer    200  500
         Susan                33
        Martha                15
        Amanda                13
          Jno.                10
         Sarah                 8
[Anderson Swinney was s/o James Swinney & Betsy Byrd.  Anderson Swinney md. (1) Zilpha Byrd on 11/3/1836,
md. (2) Sally Shupe on 9/16/1850 and md. (3) Susan ....;  Anderson Swinney's known children were:  Jasper
Swinney b. 1839; Christopher Swinney b. 1841; Rosamond Swinney b. 1843; Frances Swinney b. 1845; Lurinda
Swinney b. 1846; and Milly Swinney b. 1849.]

108. Swinney, James           81            Retired Farmer           100          NC
      Mourning                69
Fuller, Violet              65 B            Domestic
[This was family 427 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Swinney md. (1) Betsy Byrd on 11/5/1807 and
md. (2) Morning Byrd on 1/23/1831.  Their known children were:  Marena Swinney b. 1832; Isaac Swinney b. 1834;
Friel Swinney b. 1839; and Matilda Swinney b. 1843.]

195.Swinney, Jasper           31            Farm Laborer             100
        Martha                27
       Lucinda                 4
       Leander                 2
      James E.              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Jasper N. Swinney served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  He was wounded at Groveton, VA on 8/28/1862 in the
left thigh.]

665. Taft, Chas. C.           74            Farm Laborer                          NC
(Barber) Sarah                49            Keeping House
       Ezariah                13            Farm Laborer
[Charles C. Taft, Md. Sarah Barber, 11/12/1850.  This was family 674 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

358.            Taylor, Anderson                    35          Farmer    700  334          NC
 (Rhudy) Nancy                29
       William                 8
          John                 6
         Friel                 4
        Emmitt                 2
         Floyd                 1
[Anderson Taylor Md. Nancy E. Rhudy, d/o William & Charlotte Rhudy, 4/1/1858, perhaps the same family.]

464.Taylor, Anthony           55            Carpenter                        NC
    (Smith) Purlina           49            Keeping House                         NC
         Rosey                15
       Johnson                10
        Pinkey                 8
[This was family 383 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Anthony Taylor b. 11/6/1815 md. Polina A. Smith b.
2/22/1821 on 9/20/1840.  Their children were:  Melissa Ann Taylor b. 9/6/1841 who md. Joseph D. Taylor, s/o Daniel
David Taylor, brother of Anthony; Mary Elizabeth Taylor b. 11/15/1843 d. 9/30/1854; Martha Louise Taylor b.
11/7/1845 d. 10/13/1854; Charity Jane Taylor b. 1/20/1851 md. John Carrico of Fries, VA; William Henry Taylor b.
3/1853 d. 4/1853; Robert T. Taylor b. 4/1/1854 md. Nannie Smith, a 1st cousin; Rosamond M. Taylor b. 9/17/1858 d.
1946; Johnson A. Taylor b. 10/20/1860 d. 3/11/1936 md. Elizabeth Jane Catron b. 11/7/1874 d. 9/28/1896 on
5/6/1896; Mary Ann Taylor b. 4/16/1861; and Pinkey Alice Taylor b. 1/2/1862 md. Charlie J. Sutherland on 6/5/1879.]

79.  Taylor, Bazile           50            Farmer    1500      650
      Nancy A.                54
         Wiley                22            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                18
        Joshua                16
       Mary A.                14
         Celia                12
       Preston                 9
      Thos. J.                 7
[Older children of Bozwell Taylor were:  John Taylor b. 1843 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA; Lucy Taylor
b. 1844; William Taylor b. 1846; and Polly Taylor b.1850.  Sarah Taylor Md. John Spurlin, s/o William & F. Spurlin
1/2/1880.  This was family 811 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

306.Taylor, John W.           32            Farmer              245          NC
    (Hale) Rosamond           26
      James W.                 9
      Sarah J.                 7
      Nancy V.                 3
     Jestin A.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[John W. Taylor b. 1/4/1838, s/o Daniel (b. 1799) & Sophia Taylor (b. 1808) of Rockingham Co., NC, Md. Rosamond
J. Hale b. 1/25/1843, d/o Alfred Hale & Elizabeth Jones, widow, 1/10/1861.  Elizabeth Jones was d/o Minitree Jones,
Jr. & Celia Blair.  Celia Blair was d/o John Blair & Charity Bourne.  Charity Bourne was d/o William Bourne &
Rosamond Jones.  John W. Taylor served in Company C, 8th VAa Cav., CSA.  John & Rosamond's children were:
James W. Taylor b. 1861; Sarah Jane Taylor b. 1863 md. James Wright; Nancy V. Taylor b. 1867 md. George
Robbins; Jestin A. Taylor b. 1870; Julius E. Taylor b. 1870 d. 1880; Martha Elizabeth Taylor b. 1872 d. 1945 md. Foy
Leftridge Wright b. 1856 d. 1949 and are buried in the Union Church Cemetery, Comer's Rock, Grayson Co., VA.]

488.   Taylor, John         35 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Hannah              30 B
          John              15 B            Farm Laborer
          Mary              12 B
       Lucinda               8 B
           Wm.               6 B

305.Taylor, Mary B.           35            Keeping House            120
      James C.                20            Farm Laborer
      Nancy E.                18            No Occupation
       Lilburn                17
       Malinda                15            Domestic
       Geo. R.                13
        Martha                11
        Joseph                 9
       Jno. M.                 7
[Mary "Polly" B. Bourn, d/o George and Nancy Bourn, was B. 3/13/1834, Md. Joseph A. Taylor who died during the
Civil War, but his death may not have been war related.  Nancy E. Taylor, Md. Fleming Cornett, s/o A. & Elizabeth
Cornett; 8/31/1870; Martha Md. Wm. Shaver, s/o Alex & L Shaver, 9/13/1879.  Lilburn M. Taylor Md. Nellie Frances
Martin; George Reeves Taylor was b. 4/18/1857; Joseph Taylor Md. Etta Funk.  Ref. P. 50, Stephen Bourn and
Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.]

587.Taylor, Richard           48            Farmer              300
         Nancy                44            Keeping House (Blind)
         Peggy                22
      Caroline                21
       Matilda                19
        Samuel                17            At School
         David                14            At School
       William                11            At School
         Nancy                10            At School
         Sarah                 4
         Emily                 2
    William E.             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[This was family 833 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Taylor Md. Samantha Benge 3/21/1880.]

66.Taylor, Zachariah          43            Farmer    200       120
       Rebecca                42
       Letcher                 1
        Melvin                 3
  Hill, Martha                13
        Monroe                11
        Nathan                 5
         Peggy                 7
[Zachariah Taylor served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

26.Thomas, Fleming S.              55       Farmer & Physician 400   797
(Phipps) Emily                48
     Joseph J.                21            At School
      Sarah E.                14            At School
       John W.                11            At School
   Margaret E.                 7            At School
Meredith, Jas.                19            Works at Farming                 NC
[Fleming P. Thomas Md. Emily Phipps, d/o Capt. Joseph Phipps, per P. 175 of the Nuckolls History.  See also pp.
125-7, Phipps Family of NC and VA.]

73.   Thomas, Hiram         53 M            Farmer              100          NC
  Gamble, Jack              18 B            Works at Farming                 NC
          Mary              20 B            Works at Farming                 NC
          Rena              13 B            Works at Farming                 NC
          Jane              12 B            Works at Farming                 NC
      Sarah A.               7 B                                             NC

147.  Thomas, Isaac           30            Farmer    600       250
    (Perkins) Nancy           27
          Jno.                 2
         Betty                 1
         Oscar                35            Farm Laborer
[Isaac Thomas, s/o Wesley (b. 1803) & Elizabeth Thomas (b. 1803), Md. Nancy N. Perkins, d/o Levi & W. Perkins,
1/1/1867.  Isaac Thomas served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry.  Isaac Franklin Thomas B. 10/2/1837 enl. 5/29/1861 in
Wytheville, VA.  He was captured at Winchester, VA on 9/19/1864, POW at Point Lookout, exchanged 3/15/1865,
died 6/10/1906 and is buried in Elk Creek.  Isaac Thomas' siblings were:  Catherine Thomas  b. 1832; Philander
Thomas b. 1833; Peter Thomas b. 1836; Mary Thomas b. 1836; Rebecca Thomas b. 1840; Jacob Thomas b. 1845;
Rufus Thomas b. 1847; and possibly others.]

159.   Thomas, John           40            Farmer              105
         Sarah                30
      Isaac F.                10
    William J.                 9
      Nancy M.                 5
        Amanda                 5
     Joseph L.                 1
[John Thomas was s/o Jonathan Thomas (b. 1805) and Cena Harper who were md. on 9/9/1824.  John Thomas
served in the Grayson Co. VA Militia, CSA.]

154.            Thomas, Jonathan                    73          Farmer    2000 266
        Amanda                27
       Cynthia                22
    Mary R. F.                 3
       Mark H.                35            Farmer
 (Canon) Sarah                23            (Md. Apl 1870)
        Walter                 8
          John                 7
        George                 4
   Carson, Molly V.            1
[Jonathan Thomas was probably the one who md. (1) Cena Harper on 9/9/1824 and md. (2) Jane Rutherford, d/o
Gene Hall, on 3/4/1856, both of whom were dead by 1870.  Jonathan Thomas' children were:  John Thomas b. 1830;
Martha Thomas b. 1832; Polly Thomas b. 1833; Mark H. Thomas b. 1835 who served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA;
Rebecca Thomas b. 1837; Marilda Thomas b. 1839; Amanda Thomas b. 1841; Caroline Thomas b. 1843; Lucinda
Thomas b. 1846; Cynthia Thomas b. 1846 and Eliza Thomas b. 1848.  Sarah Thomas, wife of Mark H. was d/o A. &
P. Canon.]

558.          Thomas, Mavell (m)                    60          Farmer    2000 600
     Catherine                64
Wagoner, Eliza                20            Domestic
   Parks, John              23 B            Farm Laborer
[This was family 853 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

134.           Thomas, Philander                    35          Farmer    500  210
 (Wright) Mary                34
      James R.                12
     Elizabeth                 8
[Philander Thomas, s/o Wesley & Elizabeth Thomas Md. Mary Wright, d/o Tolbert Wright & Elizabeth Harper on
10/11/1857.

132. Thomas, Wesley           66            Farmer    1200      650
     Elizabeth                66
      Jacob A.                24
      Rufus F.                22            Farm Laborer             100
(Mitchell) Elizabeth F.            18
  Brewer, Catherine           38            No occupation
      Hiram M.                12            At School
      Rufus A.                 8
[This was family 240 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Rufus F. Thomas Md. E. F. Mitchell 12/8/1869.  Jacob A.
Thomas served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Wesley Thomas Md. Elizabeth Crigger in Wythe Co., on 4/15/1830.]

72.  Thompson, Hugh         25 M            Farm Laborer                          NC
          Edde              27 B                                             NC
         Betsy              19 B            Farm laborer                          NC

41.  Thompson, Jane           41            Keeper of House          150
         Sarah                14
        Hannah                14
         Nancy                11
[This was family 1377 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jane was the widow of Isom Thompson who died of
consumption on 2/18/1863 at home in Grayson Co., VA while serving in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  Sarah
Thompson Md. Fielden Vaught, s/o John & P. Vaught 11/16/1872.]

40.  Thompson, Troy         19 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Hannah              20 B
         James               5 B
       Mary J.               2 B
     Laura A.             3/12 B            (B. Mar 1870)
       Cynthia               8 B

711.  Todd, William           22            Farm Laborer
      Caroline                18
        Warren                 2
      Anderson              3/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
   Hale, St. Lewis.           65            Farm Laborer
[William Todd was s/o Andrew (b. 1828) and Susannah Todd (b. 1832).  Siblings were:  Susan Todd b. 1853;
Bledsoe Todd b. 1854; Hardin Todd b. 1856; and Norma Todd b. 1858.]

607.Toliver, Robert         37 B            Farm Laborer
         Betsy              40 M
         Friel              12 B
       Fleming               9 B
     Elizabeth               6 B
       Adaline               3 B
        Edward               1 M
[Friel Toliver Md. Ellen Grogan, 12/31/1881.]

128.           Tomlinson, Burgis                    34          Farmer Laborer      100          NC
        Martha                38
      Noell A.                 4
         Molly                 2
    Harriet R.                13            At School
     Robert L.                 2
    William F.                 1
[Burgess Tomlinson served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.  He was b. 3/25/1838 in Iredell Co., NC and d. 5/29/1900
in Spring Valley, Grayson Co., VA.]

129.            Tomlinson, Frank                    60          Farmer
     Elizabeth                22
     Ham, Mary                60            House Keeper
Hale, James A.                10            At School
[Speculation that Burgis Tomlinson may be the same as B. Tomlinson, s/o Franklin & Harriet in household 741 in the
1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.]

104.          Tomlinson, Noel H.                    22                    350          NC
(Walsh) Ida E.                18                                   (Philadelphia) PA
      Hally L.                 1                                             VA
[Ida E. Walsh, d/o J. & L. Walsh of Grayson Co., VA, Md. Noel H. Tomlinson on 3/19/1868.  Noel Tomlinson was
listed on the 1898 Grayson County Confederate Veterans Roster as a member of Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

430.   Trent, Celia           65            Keeping House
          Lucy                30            Weaver
[Family 763 in the 1860 Grayson County Census, in that record she is called Drucilla, age 40.]

338.   Trent, Henry           50            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                48
        Martha                23
       Malinda                20
[This was family 430 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Malinda J. Trent, Md. A. J. Cornett, s/o J. C. & Churla A.
Cornett, 3/16/1871.  Henry Trent served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

251.   Trent, James           40            Farm Laborer
 (Brown) Polly                40
         Ellen                15
         Robt.                13
         Lotty                10
      Margaret                 6
        Amanda                 6
       Stephen                 4
[This was family 251 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James P. Trent Md. Polly Brown, 7/10/1852.  J. Ellen
Trent Md. Lewis F. Farmer, s/o David & R. Farmer 5/19/1874; Robt. Trent Md. Mary F. Wyatt, d/o Sarah Wyatt
8/15/1879; Laura (Lotty) Md. Monroe Farmer, s/o D. & S. Farmer, 9/26/1878; Margaret A. Trent Md. Neal Autry
6/23/1881; Amanda E. Trent Md. Preston Tate, s/o Alex & C. Tate, 3/3/1880.  James Trent served in Company F, 4th
Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

583.            Trent, Milton G.                    43          Farmer    1000 300
    (Daniel) Violet           51
        Joseph                16            At School
         James                15            At School
[This was family 832 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Milton G. Trent, Md. Violet Daniel on 3/8/1846.  Milton G.
Trent served in Company C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Milton G. Trent served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Other
children were:  Eli J. Trent b. 1847; Frederick Trent b. 1849; Mary Ann Trent b. 1850; Bettie Trent b. 1853; and
Joseph Trent b. 1854.]

250. Trent, William           30            Farm Laborer             100
         Phebe                65
          Edie                60            No Occupation
[Could possibly be William J. Trent, s/o N. & P. Trent, Md. Lydia A. Hawks, d/o A. & B. Hawks 1/25/1877.  William
Trent served in Company F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.]

339.           Trent, William J.                    25          Farm Laborer
   (Hines) Huldy M.           27
         Sarah                 4
[William J. Trent, s/o Henry & Sarah Trent, Md. Huldy Malinda Hines, 12/13/1865; Sarah Trent Md. Emory Long, s/o
L. D. & Sarah Long 4/1/1881.  William J. Trent served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

427.    Troy, Henry           68            Farmer    600       326          NC
    (Carrico) Nancy           57
         Sally                23
      Rosamond                24            Farm Laborer
         Olive                19            (Md. Aug, 1869)
[This was family 263 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry Troy b. 1802 d. 10/20/1872, md. Nancy Carrico b.
1813 d. 5/12/1876, d/o Joseph Carrico, on 12/21/1829.  Joseph Carrico was s/o Abel Carrico, and md. (2) Patsy
Isom b. 1813.  Joseph Carrico's children by his first wife were:  Catherine Carrico md. John Patton; Flora Carrico md.
Peter Butner; a daughter md. Joseph M. Calvin; Weldon Carrico; William A. Carrico; Samuel L. Carrico; John W.
Carrico; a daughter who md. Absalom McCarter; Malinda J. Carrico; Mary A. Carrico who md. James M. Hillman;
Sarah Carrico; Sibby C. Carrico who md. Thomas F. Evans; Mumford Carrico; and Alexander Carrico who was killed
in a fight in Wise Co., VA.  Joseph Carrico's children by Patsy Isom were:  Joseph Carrico b. 1840; Susan Carrico b.
1842; Caroline b. 1845, and Patsy Carrico b. 1847.  All the last 4 were underage when Joseph died.  Patsy received
as her dower a parcel of land on both sides of Bull Run Creek, present site of Providence School.  She sold out after
a great deal of litigation and moved to Washington Co., VA.  Henry & Nancy Troy settled on a farm acquired on
Turkey Fork Creek which later became the property of the Jacksons who md. into the family.  After Henry Troy's
death, Nancy was cared for by her son-in-law John C. Hale.  Henry, Nancy and son Marcus are buried in the Old
Lebanon Cem. on Elk Creek.  Henry & Nancy Troy's children were:  William Troy b. 10/30/1830 moved to Lawrence
Co., OH returned md. (4) Malinda Calvin of Wytheville, VA and moved to Catlettsburg where William died and is
buried; Caroline Troy b. 4/13/1836 died age 30 of diphtheria and did not md; John Jackson Troy who md. Polly Troy
on 7/20/1856; Susan Troy md. John C. Hale; Emily Troy b. 7/8/1837 md. James Calloway Wright, s/o John &
Malinda Wright; Rev. John W. Troy; Mary Lock Troy md. John S. Jackson; Marcus Lafayette Troy b. 10/8/1845 d.
4/5/1901 of blood poisoning; Sarah M. Troy b. 8/22/1842 never md; Martha Elena Troy b. 8/1/1849 never md and
died of diphtheria and buried with sister Tina in the Atkins Methodist Church Cemetery, Providence, Grayson Co.,
VA.]

264.     Troy, John           32            Farmer              250
       Rebecca                33
     George W.                 8
    William K.                 6
     Robert F.                 4
      Sarah A.                 2
 Lundy, George                53            Carpenter 1500
[George Lundy appears to be the same, living alone in household 228 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This
may be John Jackson Troy s/o Henry & Nancy Troy of household 427 Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

458.  Vannoy, Wiley           23            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Almada                18            Keeping House                         NC
    Pugh, Elizabeth           35            Weaver                           NC

183.Vaughn, Abraham           39            Farm Laborer             120
(Hines) Hester                39
      Sarah C.                12
       Mary E.                 7
   Wampler, Frances            3
          Mary              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Abraham S. Vaughn, s/o David Vaughn & Ann Steffy, md. Hester Elizabeth Hines, d/o John Hines & Sally Funk, on
5/16/1859.  David Vaughn md. (2) Susan Davis and md. (3) Charlotte Byrd b. 1815, d/o John Byrd, on 7/23/1849.
Other children of David Vaughn were:  Hannibal Vaughn b. 1840 md. Sue Lester; Sarah Caroline Vaughn b. 1841
md. Wiley Ballard Bourne; William Vaughn b. 1843 md. Laura Jane Eversole and lived in Wythe Co.; George
Vaughn b. 1846; and Ann Vaughn b. 1848.  Abraham served in Co. E, 16th VA Infantry, CSA.  Abraham & Hester
Elizabeth Vaughn had 9 children:  Sarah A. Vaughn md. James L. Roberts; Mary Susan Vaughn md. William Andrew
Shupe; Fielden Vaughn md. Ellen Anderson; W. A. Vaughn; Nancy C. Vaughn md. J. H. Jones; John W. "Abe"
Vaughn md. Phoebe Crigger; Samuel Montague Vaughn md. Birdie Clark; Willis M. Vaughn md. Leva Byrd; and
Thomas Cole Vaughn md. Lelia Clare Vaughn.]

176.           Vaughn, Charlotte                    52          Keeping House       100
        Amanda                18
          John                 6
[Charlotte was the 3rd wife and widow of David Vaughn; Amanda J. Vaughn Md. Wiley Ballard Bourn, s/o S. & M.
Bourn 7/10/1879.]

117.  Vaughn, Clark           60            Miller              110
 (Byrd) Cassia                50
    Johnson B.                25            Farm Laborer        300  150
      Franklin                15
    Temperance                13
      Sarah J.                 6
[This was family 398 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Clark Vaughn, s/o William Vaughn & Elizabeth Fielder
md. Cassia Byrd, d/o William Byrd, Jr. & Sally Martin.  Clark Vaughn's children were:  Lorenzo Dow Vaughn md.
Mary Jones; Johnson B. Vaughn md. Malinda Ellen Bourne; Franklin C. Vaughn md. Orpha King; Julia Vaughn md.
Chrisman Fielder; Temperance Vaughn md. Billy Clark; and Sarah J. Vaughn md. Tom Porter.]

270.Vaughn, Cynthia           62            Keeping House            100
      Polly M.                21            Seamstress
    Frances J.                12
      Caroline                12
        Dennis                11
[Cynthia Vaughn was widow of Calvin Vaughn, s/o Dennis Vaughn & Jane Hill.  Calvin Vaughn md. Cynthia Funk,
d/o John Funk & Polly Vaughn, and was his 1st cousin.  Calvin Vaughn served in the Union Army during the Civil
War and his death date has not been found, presumed that he never returned from the war.  Cynthia Vaughn md. (2)
James Leath a Wythe Co. widower, on 6/8/1879.  Calvin & Cynthia's children were:  Mary M. Vaughn b. 1848 md.
Thomas Lane; Tobitha Vaughn b. 1851 md. ?; Kenly A. Vaughn b. 1853 d. 1855; one son died in infancy; Caroline
Vaughn b. 1857 md. Charles C. Sexton; and Dennis R. Vaughn Md. Elizabeth Carrico, d/o Barnabas B. & Celia
Carrico, 12/15/1881.]

115. Vaughn, Harvey           29            Farmer    500       123
         Sarah                18
         Chas.              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
 Hampton, Saml                12            Farm Laborer
  Jenkins, Meredith           25            Farm Laborer                          NC
 (Anders) Elizabeth           24
       Mary A.                16
      Nancy C.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Harvey Vaughn was s/o Robert Vaughn & Patsy Pritchard.  Harvey Bourne Vaughn served as a sergeant in Co. F,
4th VA Infantry promoted to Lt. and transferred to the 37th VA Cavalry Battalion.  He was b. 6/26/1841 and d.
9/4/1901 in Spring Valley, Grayson Co., VA.  Meredith "Mertie" Jenkins served in the Confederate Army in NC, died
on 1/12/1929 and is buried in the Independence Methodist Church Cemetery.  He md. (1) Elizabeth Anders b. 1846;
and md. (2) Jane Wooten, d/o William Wooten & Matilda Warren.  Mertie & Elizabeth Jenkins' children were:
George Jenkins; Stephen Jenkins; Nancy Jenkins; and Mary A. Jenkins.  Mertie & Jane had one child:  Verna
Jenkins who md. Davis Benge.]

530.Vaughn, Haywood           31            Farm Laborer        500  300
  (Byrd) Nancy                31
         Sarah                10
       Melvina                 8
     Elizabeth                 6
      Nicholas                 4
       Alverta                 1
[Haywood Vaughn b. 4/12/1839 d. 8/21/1913, s/o John N. Vaughn & Susannah Jones md. (1) Nancy Byrd b.
4/15/1842 d. 1/1/1880, d/o Richard Byrd & Sarah Rhudy.  John N. Vaughn was s/o Nathaniel Vaughn.  Haywood
Vaughn md. (2) Malvina Robertson, d/o William L. Robertson & Jane Thomas.  Haywood and Nancy had 8 children:
Sarah A. Vaughn b. 1859 d. 1934 md. George Porter; Stephen Vaughn b. 1860 d. 1861; Melvina C. Vaughn b. 1862
d. 1891 md. Mart Robertson; Nancy Elizabeth Vaughn b. 1864 d. 1959 md. John L. Stanley; Nicholas Dobson
Vaughn b. 1866 d. 1945 md. Mary Jane Swinney; Alverta A. Vaughn b. 1869 md. Elbert Patton; Eliza Jane Vaughn
b. 1871 d. 1940 md. Elbert Canary Shupe; Amelia S. Vaughn b. 1876 d. 1968 md. Fred L. Manning.  Children of
Haywood & Malvina Vaughn were:  Amos Vaughn b. 1882 d. 1968 md. Lottie Vena Vaughn; and Crockett L. Vaughn
b. 1885 md. Martha Criggar.]

560.  Vaughn, James           27            Farmer    500       300
    (Reeves) Martha           21
         Edwin                 2
          John              1/12            (B. May 1870)
Taylor, George                13            Farm Laborer
[James C. Vaughn, s/o John & Julia Vaughn, Md. Martha C. Reeves, d/o Josh & A. Reeves, 2/11/1867.]

21. Vaughn, John W.           36            Dry Goods Mrcht     4000 6000
      Sarah A.                28
      James E.                10            At School
     Mattie R.                 8            At School
     Linnie E.                 3
    Lemmons, Emily            20            Domestic                         NC
  Almeyous (m)                 1
    Vaughn, Jno. W.        9/100            (B. Feb 1870)
[John Wesley Vaughn b. 5/8/1833 d. 2/16/1920 and was buried in the Independence Town Cemetery.  John W.
Vaughn served in Company F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.  During the Civil War John Wesley Vaughn attained the rank of
Colonel in the Commissary Department was detailed to collect food for the Confederate Army in the Upper New
River Valley; as a result he became very unpopular.  John Wesley Vaughn's children were:  James E. Md. Laura
Hale 5/10/1881; Mattie R. (C?) Vaughn Md. Enoch Frank "Little Enoch" Cox, son of Joshua R. & Mahala (Osborne)
Cox 5/19/1879; and Linnie E. Vaughn who became a physician practicing in Independence, VA and who was
accidentally killed by a boy playing with a .22 calibre rifle.  This was family 15, 1860 Census.  Emily Lemmons was
born in Rockingham Co., NC.]

257.   Vaughn, John           52            Carpenter 600        15
  (Bedwell) Matilda           45
       Lilburn                19            Apprentice to Carpenter
       Malinda                17
      Caroline                16
       Geo. C.                15            Apprentice to Carpenter
      Julia A.                 2
        Martha                10
       Stephen                 8
        Alfred                 6
[This was family 310 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Vaughn s/o William Vaughn & Elizabeth Fielder
Md.(1) Julia Ann Rhudy, Md. (2) Matilda Bedwell, d/o Wilson Bedwell, on 12/16/1849.  John Vaughn md. (3) Martha
Ham on 10/21/1870.  John & Julia Vaughn's children were:  Stephen Freel Vaughn b. 7/30/1839 d. 4/30/1844;
William Harrison Vaughn b. 4/15/1841 d. 1867; James Camel Vaughn b. 11/15/1842 d. 1920; Alex Cornett Vaughn
b. 12/7/1844 d. 9/19/1864; Lewis Clark Vaughn b. 4/5/1847 d. 9/4/1856; Alfred Augustus Vaughn b. 4/15/1849 d.
6/10/1852.  Children of John & Matilda Vaughn were:  Lilburn Johnson Vaughn b. 9/26/1849; Malinda Elizabeth
Vaughn B. 11/2/1851 D. 3/22/1903; Rosamond Caroline Vaughn B. 8/3/1856; George Curren Vaughn B. 7/2/1854
Md. Nannie N. McLean, d/o Joel & Polly McLean 7/8/1881; Julia A. Vaughn B. 4/30/1858; Martha Jane Vaughn B.
12/11/1859; Stephen Clark Vaughn B. 12/25/1861 D. 7/6/1877; Alfred Crockett Vaughn B. 6/28/1865.  John Vaughn
served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Ref. P. 87, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants
and Related Families.]

116. Vaughn, Joseph           26            Farmer    400       175
     Elizabeth                22
         Emily                 5
        Allice                 3
(Fielder) Elizabeth           93
[Joseph Vaughn served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry.  Joseph Vaughn was s/o Robert Vaughn (b. 1801) and
Martha Pritchard (b. 1803).  Robert Vaughn was s/o William Vaughn b. 11/18/1760 in Hanover Co., VA and
Elizabeth Fielder who was living with her grandson above.]

118.  Vaughn, L. D.           23            Farm Laborer
  (Jones) Mary                20
         Fanny                 1
[Lorenzo Dow Vaughn s/o Clark & Cassia Vaughn, Md. M. A. Jones d/o Wm. & J. Jones 12/24/1868.  Fanny Olive
Vaughn was the only child of L. D. & Mary Vaughn and she md. Orville M. Moore.]

114. Vaughn, Martin           20            Farmer    400       175
        Robert                69            Sawyer
 (Pritchard) Martha           67                               KY
       Stephen                26            Farmer    400       175
        Thomas                20            Farmer    450       110
   Ham, Martha                24            Domestic
[Robert Vaughn & Martha Pritchard's children were:  Elizabeth Vaughn b. 6/2/1827 d. 1880 md. Joseph Elliott on
2/11/1845; Cynthia Vaughn b. 7/5/1829 d. 10/14/1918 md. Austin King on 8/15/1847; James Calvin Vaughn b.
2/12/1831 d. 12/3/1920 md. in Coeburn, VA; John Wiley Vaughn b. 6/18/1835 and was killed in the Battle of
Springfield, MO in 1863; William Freel Vaughn b. 5/13/1837 d. 1907 md. Fannie Hicks; Ellis Leftwich Vaughn b.
3/20/1839 d. 10/10/1896 md. Kate Lester; Harvey Bourne Vaughn b. 6/26/1841 d. 9/4/1901 md. Sarah Ann Hale;
Stephen B. Vaughn b. 7/17/1843 d. 11/8/1871 served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA; Joseph Pritchard Vaughn b.
8/15/1845 d. 8/26/1905 and served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA and who md. Betty Jacobs; Martin Luther Vaughn
b. 8/29/1848 d. 4/14/1919 md. Sarah Jane Wright; Amelia Jane Vaughn b. 8/10/1850 d. as a child; and Thomas
Couch Vaughn b. 10/29/1852 d. 12/4/1943 md. Lucy Jane Hale.  Wiley, Lee, Joseph, Leftwich, Harvey, Freel, and
Stephen served in the Confederate Army.]

647.            Vaughn, Meredith                    57          Farmer    900  400
 (Shupe) Polly                54
         Creed                25            Farm Laborer
          John                22            Farm laborer
        Thomas                10
          Mary                 9
[Meredith Vaughn, b. 5/6/1813 d. 1900, possibly an illegitimate son of one of the early Vaughn girls, Md. Polly
Shupe, d/o Jacob Shupe & Madeline Phillips, 4/12/1836.  Meredith & Polly had 7 children:  Fielding Vaughn b. 1838
d. 1863 md. Julia Ann Phillips; a male child who died as an infant; Elizabeth M. Vaughn b. 1843 d. 1855; Creed
Nuckolls Vaughn b. 1844 d. 1910 md. Margaret Jennings; John A. Vaughn b. 1848 d. 1900 md. (1) Susan .... md. (2)
Nannie M. Hall; Margery F. Vaughn b. 1851 md. Robert Weldon Morton; and Sarah J. Vaughn b. 1853 d. 1855.
Thomas& Mary Vaughn were children of Fielding Vaughn.  Thomas M. Vaughn b. 1859 d. 1899 md. Martha Frances
Moore, d/o Joshua L. Moore & Eleanor Byrd; Mary Jane Vaughn b. 1861 md. Alex Hall.]

144.Vaughn, William           71            Farm Laborer
  (Hines) Elizabeth           68                                             NC
     Elizabeth                23
         Naomi                 2
         Bryam              3/12            (B. Mar 1870)
[This was family 225 in the 1860 Census of Grayson Co., VA.  Wm. Vaughn Md. Elizabeth Vaughn, 10/18/1836.]

664.          Vaughn, William F.                    34          Farmer    400
       Frances                34
        Samuel                 4
        Orland                 2
Hicks, Rebecca                74            No Occupation       400  250
[William Freel Vaughn b. 5/13/1837 d. 1909, s/o Robert Vaughn & Martha Pritchard.  Rebecca Hicks may have been
Frances Vaughn's mother.  A Freeling Vaughn served in the Grayson Co., VA Militia.]

204. Vaught, Andrew           57            Farmer    400       300
 (Pool) Sidney                59
       Stephen                19
       Barbara                70            No Occupation
[This was family 185 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew Vaught, s/o George Vaught (b. 1783) & Barbara
Mees (b. 1790), Md. Sydney Pool 7/15/1833.  Barbara Vaught, age 70 above, was listed as age 62 in 1860, but
actually died on 3/26/1869.  Other children were:  Stephen E. Vaught b. 1835 who served in Co. B, 29th VA Infantry,
CSA; Lewis Peyton Vaught b. 1837 served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA and who md. Melvina Hale, d/o Dudley &
Susan Hale, on 1/13/1858; Mary Vaught b. 1843; Celia Vaught b. 1845; William Vaught b. 1850.  Andrew Vaught's
siblings include:  Jackson Vaught b. 1812 who md. Amanda Miller; Betsy Vaught who md. Rial Martin on 11/4/1824;
Elizabeth Vaught md. Allen Nelson on 2/15/1834; Sally Vaught who md. Jesse Funk on 9/18/1834; and Polly Vaught
who md. Harrison Wright on 1/24/1837.]

199.Vaught, Jackson           48            Farmer    500       300
    (Miller) Amanda           44
       Ephraim                19            Farm Laborer
     Alexander                17            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                15
          Geo.                11
      Franklin                10
      Caroline                 8
         Ellen                 4
[Jackson Vaught, s/o George Vaught & Barbara Mees, Md. Amanda Miller, 10/8/1843.  Ephraim Vaught Md. Amanda
Mastin, d/o Lucinda Hall 1/26/1875; Sarah Vaught Md. D. R. Pinion, s/o John & L. Pinion 11/17/1877; N. Caroline
Vaught Md. S. E. Hawk s/o I. & A. Hawk; Ellen Vaught Md. Elbert Hale, s/o Lef. & Elvira Hale, 11/17/1881.  Jackson
Vaught served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

202.        Vaught, Lewis Peyton                    31          Farmer         219
(Hale) Malvina                31
      Celia A.                11
       Mary M.                 9
       Tobitha                 4
     Alfred W.                 2
      Sarah A.             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[Lewis Peyton Vaught, s/o Andrew Vaught & Sydney Pool on 1/13/1858 Md. Malvina Hale, d/o Dudley Hale & Susan
Wright.  Celia Ann Vaught Md. Dow G. Brewer 8/1/1878.  Mary M. Vaught Md. M. C. Martin, s/o Spotswood Martin,
4/7/1881.  Lewis P. Vaught served in Company F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.]

578.  Wagoner, Adam           50            Farmer    4000      916          NC
          Mary                52                                             NC
         Allen                19            Farm Laborer
         Nancy                16            At School
       Haywood                14            At School
      Susannah                11            At School
        Monroe                 7
          Mary                75            No Occupation                         NC
    Woodruff, Cindy         18 B            Domestic                         NC
[Haywood Wagoner Md. Cynthia E. Spurlin, d/o A. V. & N. Spurlin, 3/4/1877; Susannah Wagoner Md. G. M. Watson,
s/o B. F. & Thursa Watson 8/19/1880.  Family 785 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.]

579. Wagoner, Berry           20            Farmer              120
   (Elliott) Jemima           16            (Md. May 1870)
[Berry Wagoner, s/o Adam & Mary Wagoner, Md. Jemima Elliott, d/o A. B. & Peggy Elliott, 5/23/1870.  Ref. Our Cox
Family by Alice Cox Phillips, indicates that Jemima C. Elliott, d/o Abraham Elliott and Margaret Cornett, B. 1848 D.
4/6/1937 Md. Berry Wagoner and had 11 children.  He lived in household 785 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.]

47. Walls, Peter J.           34            Farmer    400       150          NC
 (Sales) Susan                32                                             NC
   Margaret R.              1/12            (B. May 1870)                         VA
         Jacob                60            Farm Laborer                          NC
  Elizabeth E.                24            Domestic                         NC
[Peter J. Walls served in Co. C, 45th Virginia Infantry, CSA, B. 9/5/1835, enl. 5/29/1861 at Wytheville, sick when
regiment moved from Wytheville, 7/12/1861.  Captured at Piedmont 6/5/1864, POW at Camp Morton, exchanged
2/26/1865, in Hospital at Richmond 3/9/1865.  He died 3/10/1919 and is buried in Coxes Chapel Church Cemetery.
Peter J. Walls md. Susan Sales in NC.]

106.    Walsh, John           54            Minister            400     Ireland
   Luceilla M.                38                                             PA
      Adela L.                11
          Emma                 9

219.  Ward, Chesley           43            Brick Mason         600  250
   (Wynn) Jane                43
       Jno. W.                19            Apprentice Brick Mason
         Sarah                13
       Jas. H.                12
      Sarah E.                11
[This was family 370 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census and was living in Smyth Co., VA in 1850.  Chesley Ward
b. 12/1826 d. 4/6/1918 in Freemont, NE was s/o John W. Ward & Mary Brown of Wythe Co., VA.  He was a builder
of both stone and brick chimneys, some of which still survive.  He was not Chesley, s/o Stephen & Mahala Ward and
not to be confused with Jonathan & Polly Ward of Saddle Creek who had no children.  Chesley Ward was SGT in
Co. I, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.  Chesley W. Ward md. Jane Wynn b. 8/27/1823 in Tazewell Co. d. 5/20/1891,
d/o David Wynn and Mary Ann Hopess, on 1/3/1850.  Chesley & Jane moved to Grayson Co. about 1856 and lived
on Turkey Fork near Elk Creek.  Jane Ward is buried there in the Lebanon Methodist Church Cemetery on Elk
Creek.  After Jane died Chesley md. (2) C. A. Anderson Cooper of Wythe Co., VA in 1900.  Chesley was buried in
Freemont, NE and when he died was declared the oldest mason of Elk Creek Lodge 217.  Chesley Ward's children
were:  John Wesley Ward Md. Juliana Warrick, d/o John W. Warrick & Ellen Carson, 7/29/1873; A daughter Mary
Ann Ward died in childhood; Sarah Catherine Ward Md. Rev. Samuel Kenly Byrd, s/o A. B. & M. Byrd 8/28/1877 and
moved to Kingsport, TN; James Harvey Ward md. Nancy Jane Jackson, d/o John Sprager Jackson & Mary Lack
Troy and moved to Nickerson, NE in 1910 but back to Grayson Co., in 1928 and are buried in the Lebanon Methodist
Church Cemetery, on Elk Creek.  Sarah Ward was adopted but not legally, and was d/o Chesley's sister Lourettia
Caroline Ward.  Sarah Ward died in her late teens.]

485.    Ward, James         35 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Phyllis              30 B                                             NC
        Phoebe               7 B                                             NC
           Bud               5 B                                             VA
          Mary               3 B                                             VA
        Leler             9/12 B            (B. Nov. 1869)                        VA

44.Ward, Riley                48            Farmer
       Rebecca                36
      Tamsy T.                14            At School
     Andrew J.                12            At School
  Zachariah F.                 2
        Elbert                21            Farm Laborer
[This was family 1277 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

262.   Ward, Wayman         24 B            Farm Laborer
         Julia              24 B
      Caroline               5 B

65.   Ward, William           67            Farming   500       200
       Abigail                64
[William & Abigail Ward were members of household 1293 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

288.            Warrick, Ephraim                    51          Farmer     250  125
(Roberts) Elizabeth           48
      Susan M.                21
       Geo. W.                15
       Sophina                13
        Wm. F.                11
       Fielden                 9
        Calvin                 9
         Wiley                 1
[Ephraim Warrick, possibly s/o John Warrick (b. 1776) and Betsy Roberts (who md. on 10/17/1805), Md. Elizabeth
Ann Roberts on 12/26/1847.  Susan M. Warrick, Md. Jacob Hall, s/o James & Polly Hall, 6/29/1873; Geo. W. Warrick
Md. Rose Hall, d/o James & Polly Hall 9/27/1877.  Ephraim Warrick may be the same one who served in Co. D, 37th
Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

285.          Warrick, George W.                    43          Farmer    1000 671
     Elizabeth                34
      Margaret                16
      Eliza J.                14
       John W.                12
      Laura A.                10
      Nancy C.                 8
       Jas. E.                 6
       Stephen                 4
      Virginia              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)
[This was family 172 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George W. Warrick was eldest s/o James Warrick (b.
1792).  George Warrick's siblings were:  Ann Warrick b. 1829; Stephen Warrick b. 1832; Betsy J. Warrick b. 1833;
James Warrick b. 1834; William Warrick b. 1838; and Kenly Warrick b. 1840.  Eliza J. Warrick, Md. Lewis K. Cornett,
s/o Levi & Olive (Hale) Cornett, 8/24/1876.  George W. Warrick served in Company C, 8th Virginia Cavalry, CSA and
in the Grayson Co., VA Militia.]

163.           Warrick, James J.                    30          Farmer         234
     Elizabeth                29            Keeping House
        Elvira                11
       John W.                 8
      Floyd R.                 6
    William S.                 4
      Cenia V.              3/12            (B. Mar 1870)
[James J. Warrick Md. Elizabeth Cornett Carson, d/o Eli Cornett and Olive Hale on 8/23/1857.  James J. Warrick
was probably the s/o James & Sookey Warrick.  Elizabeth had previously been Md. to Samuel Dolphus Carson, by
whom she had a son, Samuel D. Carson, Jr.  Samuel Carson Jr. Md. E. E. Scott 3/28/1872.  Elvira Warrick Md.
Isaac Austin, s/o Lewis & Martha Austin 6/23/1881.  James J. Warrick served in the Grayson Co., Militia, CSA.]

707.            Warrick, Stephen                    35          Farmer         250
    (Hudson) Mariah           35            Keeping House                         NC
[Stephen Warrick, s/o James & Sookey Warrick, Md. Mariah M. Hudson, d/o L. & M. Hudson, 9/17/1868.  Stephen
Warrick served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

584.          Watson, (B.) Frank                    42          Farmer    1000 347
        Thursa                37
         James                15            At School
     Granville                12            At School
         Bessy                 9
         Laura                 7
       Everett                 6
        Martha                 2
[This was family 300 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Laura Watson Md. James Anders, s/o Berry & J. Anders,
6/20/1880.  Frank Watson served as 2nd Lt. in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA and resigned on 9/17/1861 due to illness
and later served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

174.  Welsh, Andrew           67            Farmer
    (Harper) Martha           63            Keeping House
       John A.                23
       Stephen                20
        Amanda                16
[This was family 241 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew Welsh, md. Martha Harper on 11/5/1829.  They
lived at Clito on lower Elk Creek where Andrew ran a grist mill.  Andrew Welsh's children were:  Susannah Welsh b.
1831; Emaline Welsh b. 1834; George A. Welsh b. 1839 who served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA; John Welsh b.
1841; Frances Welsh b. 1843; Friel Welsh b. 1848; Stephen Welsh b. 1850; and Amanda Welsh b. 1854.  Stephen
Welsh assumed Andrew's grist mill, updated it and which operated until the 1930s when it was destroyed in a flood.
Stephen Welsh also kept the Clito postoffice in 1889 and ran a general store.  Stephen Welsh sold out in 1906.]

673.             Whitaker, Lewis                    27          Farm Laborer        100
(Funk) Sophina                30
    Lafore, Stephen            9
[Lewis Whitaker would appear to be the son of Nancy Whitaker, and was living in household 232 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lewis Whitaker Md. Sophina J. Funk, d/o J. & F. Funk, 3/10/1869.  Lewis Whitaker
served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

674.Whitaker, Nancy           45            Keeping House
      Columbus                21            Farm laborer
       Mary A.                14
[This appears to be family 232 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Columbus Whitaker Md. Malinda J. Funk, d/o
L. & M. Funk, 12/19/1878.  A daughter Nancy Whitaker was b. 1848 and was no longer at home.  Nancy Whitaker
was widow of Lewis Whitaker.]

419.  Whitman, John           48            Farmer    4000      1265
  (Hale) Celia                37
        George                17            At School
       Francis                 8
[John Whitman Md. Celia T. Hale, 5/22/1848.]

96.Wiles, John                40            Farm Laborer
         Susan                36
     George H.                 3
      James L.                 1
[J. T. Wiles served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

626.            Wiley, Calvin J.                    28          Farmer    500  150          NC
         Celia                28                                             NC
         Rosey                 4                                             NC
          Levi                 2
     Gillie R.              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Calvin Wiles served in the Grayson Co., VA Militia, CSA.]

517.  Wiley, Eli R.           27            Farm Laborer             120          NC
   (Bedwell) Nannie           21
         Edgar                 1
Dick, James T.                12            At School                        NC
       July A.                12            At School                        VA
[Eli R. Wiley of Guilford Co., NC, md. Nancy Bedwell, d/o Lorenzo Dow Bedwell on 8/23/1868.  Nancy's siblings
were:  Stephen Bedwell b. 1840 and David Bedwell b. 1843, but Nancy was the only heir to her father's farm which
had been in the Bedwell family since granted to Robert Bedwell in the late 1700s.  Lorenzo Dow Bedwell md. Jane
Elliott on 5/12/1842.  Eli R. & Nancy Wiley are buried in the Flat Rock Methodist Church Cemetery.  James T. & July
A. Dick were children of James & Mary Jane Dick.  Other children were Alice and Robert in the home of Madison
Dickey (#484, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.)  James & Mary Jane Dick may have moved away
by this time.]

75.Wiley, John                33            Farm Laborer             100          NC
     Elizabeth                34                                             NC
[John Wiley served in Co. F, 22nd NC Infantry, CSA.]

489. Wiley, John W.           31            Farmer    500       579          NC
   (Dickey) Mary J.           20
          Lula                 1
  Dickenson, Martha         23 B
 Wiley, Robert                18                                             NC
     Elizabeth                58                                             NC
[John W. Wiley, s/o Robert & Elizabeth Wiley, Md. Mattie J. Dickey, d/o William & M. Dickey, 2/25/1866.  John
Wiley, age 22, was living with his presumed family in Alleghany Co., NC in the 1860 census, family 498.  Mary J.
Dickey may be a second marriage, his wife in 1860 was named Elizabeth, aged 24, in 1860.  B. F. Nuckolls says this
family went west.  Martha Dickenson was a freed slave who belonged to John Dickenson.]

4. Williams, James P.              40       Carpenter           100          NC
   Margaret E.                30                                             NC
   Franklin P.                13                                             TN
     Amanda C.                10                                             VA
      Miles P.                 5
  Madow B. (F)                 3
      Lewis L.             10/12            (B. May 1869)
[This was family 724 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James P. Williams served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA.]

675.            Williamson, Mary                    43          Keeping House
         Henry                25            Farm Laborer
         Sally                16
      Caroline                13
[This was family 253 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mary Williamson was listed in the 1850 Census as a
seamstress with 3 children:  Hannah Williamson b. 1847; Clara Williamson b. 1842 and John Williamson b. 1842 in
Surry Co., NC and md. Caroline Thomas 9/14/1865.  Henry Williamson Md. Lydia A. Jones, d/o M. & F. Jones,
5/17/1874 and Henry Williamson served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry.]

543.Wingate, Wright           54            Farmer    5200      2940         NC
    (Cassell) Eliza           49            Keeping House
         Nancy                21
         Isaac                17            At School
         Emily                16            At School
          Mary                14            At School
       Richard                13            At School
        Daniel                10            At School
        Thomas                 4
     Elizabeth             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
 Seward, Henry              22 B
[Wright Wingate was s/o John & Frances Wingate of NC.  Another son, John Wingate came to Grayson Co., and is
buried in the Potato Creek Cemetery.  Wright Wingate md. (1) Elizabeth Wyatt, d/o Elder Elijah Wyatt of Saddle
Creek.  Wright Wingate md. (2) Eliza Cassell of Wythe Co., VA.  Frances Wingate came to live with this family after
the death of her husband.  Her other children and Wright Wingate's siblings were:  Melissa Wingate b. 1821;
Elizabeth Wingate b. 1818; John Wingate; and William Wingate.  Frances Wingate is buried in the Independence
Cemetery.  Children of Wright & Elizabeth Wingate were:  Frances "Frankie" Wingate b. 1841 md. John Burton;
Rachel Wingate b. 1842 md. (1) Melton McKennon and md. (2) Zebidee "Little Zeb" Hash, s/o William "Blind Fox
Billy" Hash; John Wingate b. 1844 served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry CSA, md. Caroline Kirk; Elijah Wingate b.
6/9/1845 d. 10/22/1905 md. Catherine Wingate, d/o John Wingate & Nancy Spence on 12/25/1864; Nancy Wingate
b. 1849 md. Johnson Ward, s/o Stephen Ward Jr. & Charity Barton; Isaac "Ike" Wingate b. 1851 md. Joicy Boyer,
d/o William & Catherine Boyer on 1/3/1877; William "Bill" Wingate b. 1853; Emily Wingate b. 1854 md. Reuben W.
Cornett, s/o Alfred & E. Cornett; and Jane Wingate b. 1848.  Children of Wright & Eliza Wingate were:  Thomas
Wingate b. 1865 md. Etta Boyer, d/o Johnson Boyer & Peggy Stone; and Elizabeth Wingate b. 8/1869.  Wright
Wingate lived on the home place on Peach Bottom Creek, near Long's Gap.  John Wingate had bought 999 acres
land from Henry Snider, Matthew Dickey's son-in-law for $200 which Wright obtained from his second wife.]

401.  Wright, Abner           66            Farm Laborer             120
 (Vaught) Christina           64
         Polly                30
          Lucy                17
[This was family 147 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Abner Wright, s/o William and Susannah Wright, Md.
Christina Vaught, d/o George Vaught and Barbara Mees, 2/7/1836.  Polly A. Wright Md. Jno. W. Hale, s/o F. & E.
Hale, 4/7/1871; Lucy Ann Wright Md. Andrew Jackson Bolt, s/o Tyre Bolt & Alley Nester, 9/18/1872.  Other of
Abner's children were:  William M. Wright Md. Catherine Cannoy, d/o John & Cena Cannoy 1/6/1857; Fielding
Wright Md. Thursa Wright, Prob. gd/o Thompson Wright and Polly Hall, 1/18/1860;  George W. Wright Md. Comfort
E. Wyatt, d/o Enoch and Edy Wyatt, 1/12/1863; Freeling R. Wright B. ca. 1843, died in the Civil War; Martha J.
Wright Md. William E. Stone, s/o John & Nancy Stone, 8/29/1869 as his second wife.]

393. Wright, Dennis           46            Farmer    1000      280
 (Cornett) Rosamond           44
       Stephen                20            Farm Laborer
     Granville                10
         Rhoda                 8
     Alexander                 3
       Morning                84            No Occupation
[Family 105, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Dennis Wright, s/o Jeremiah Wright and Mourning Fielder (above), Md.
Rosamond Cornett 4/24/1842 in Ashe Co., NC.  Mourning Fielder was probably d/o Dennis Fielder.  Stephen K.
Wright Md. Susan Robbins, d/o Jackson & Eva Robbins, 12/23/1873; Rhoda A. Wright Md. John W. Cornett, s/o D.
Cornett.  Dennis Wright served as 2nd Lt. in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  He was wounded at the Battle of
Saltville and lost 2 fingers.  Ref. P. 59, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related
Families.  This reference indicates this family moved to Battle Creek, NE after the 1880 census was taken.]

161. Wright, George           30            Farmer              229
       Malinda                25
         Betty                 9
       William                 8
      Olive J.                 6
       Tolbert                 2
[George Wright Served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry and in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  George Wright was
s/o Abner & Christina Wright, md. Comfort E. Wyatt, b. 1845, d/o Eda Wyatt, on 1/12/1863.  Malinda may have been
a second marriage.]

212.            Wright, Harrison                    54          Farm Laborer
[Harrison Wright and his family are a little puzzling.  He Md. Mary "Polly" Vaught, d/o George Vaught & Rebecca
Porter on 1/24/1837.  The 1860 census lists him with a wife, 3 sons and a daughter.  In 1880 he is living with son
Creed Wright, his wife, Evaline and their 3 children.  Harrison is listed as married, not widowed or divorced in the
1880 census, but wife and children are not listed.  The whereabouts and fate of his wife, Mary and their children is a
mystery.]

300.  Wright, Jacob           30            Farmer    600       455          VA
          Jane                28
     Elizabeth                11
       John S.                 4
      Virginia                 2
[Jacob Wright s/o Mitchell Wright and Elizabeth Cannoy Md. Louisa Jane Cornett, d/o John Cornett & Lucinda Boyer
on 4/23/1857.  Daughter Matilda, died of unknown cause 4/1/1865 aged 3 months.  Daughter Elizabeth Md. J. R.
Stephens, s/o George & K. Stephens 4/14/1881.  A son, John S. was probably the unnamed son born on
12/29/1865.  They had 4 additional children born after the 1870 census.  Jacob Wright served in Co. F, 4th VA
Infantry was discharged for disability, recovered and enlisted in Co. I, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA and attained
the rank of 2nd Lt. in that unit.]

384.  Wright, James           52            Farmer    6200      1165
     McKlalana                54
       Avaline                18
         Sarah                16
         Julia                14
        Elvira                 9
      Jeremiah                22            Farm Laborer
(Cornett, Rosamond) Rosy           16       No Occupation
 Hackler, John                30            Farm Laborer
[This was family 144 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time his wife was Margaret, leading one to
conclude that McKloma above is in error, but seems to be the best transcription of what the census taker recorded in
1870.  Another possibility was that McKloma was a second wife.  (Evaline) Avaline Wright Md. J. C. Catron, s/o J. &
E. Catron, 3/21/1872; Sarah J. Wright Md. M. L. Vaughn, s/o R. & P. Vaughn 7/11/1872; Elvira Wright Md. M. H.
Delp, s/o John & R. Delp, 3/12/1880; Jeremiah Wright Md. Rosamond Cornett, d/o W. & E. Cornett, 1/1/1870.
McKloma was most likely a Delp.]

351.Wright, John W.           40            Farmer    1200      595
(Cornett) Elizabeth           34
    Cornett, Jestin           15
         James                13
     Robert J.                 8
 Wright, Reese                 4
          Mary                 2
         Sarah              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[John W. Wright served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  Elizabeth was widow of Wiley Cornett who died
while serving in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  John W. Wright, perhaps the s/o Isom and Susan Wright Md.
Elizabeth Livesay Cornett.  Wiley Cornett, s/o James Cornett and Sarah Boyer, and Elizabeth Livesay were Md.
11/18/1852.  Jestin Elvira Cornett Md. Charles H. Hall 1/6/1876.  James F. Cornett Md. Elizabeth J. Hackler
4/14/1881.  Another child, Rosamond J. Cornett Md. Jeremiah Wright 1/1/1870.  Reese J. Wright Md. Sarah J. Hall
6/24/1883.]

695.  Wright, Lewis           48            Farm Laborer             100
(Hall) Emaline                39            Keeping House
       William                10
           Eli                 8
         Sarah                 6
          John                 4
   Exer A. (f)                 3
          Jane                 1
[This was family 658 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lewis H. Wright, s/o Jeremiah Wright & Mourning
Fielder, Md. (1) Emaline Hall, d/o John & Sarah Hall, 3/27/1859.  Emaline died 8/25/1870, age 35.  Lewis Md. (2)
Nancy Bryant Leganes, d/o William & M. Bryant. 10/30/1872. Lewis Wright served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA.]

153.Wright, Malinda           56            Keeping House            100
[Malinda Sweeney Md. John Wright 8/27/1829.  He died prior to the 1850 Census.  She was living in household 342
in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This family is confusing, and this may not be correct.]

347.          Wright, Stephen L.                    30          Farmer    700
  (Cannoy) Polly L.           34
      James P.                 8
       Troy R.                 5
    Foy L. (m)                 4
        Eva M.                 3
         Laura                 2
[Stephen L. Wright, s/o Isom & Susan Wright, Md. Polly L. Cannoy, d/o John & Evy Cannoy, 1/3/1860.  James P.
Wright Md. Sarah J. Taylor 3/24/1881.  Troy R. Wright Md. Emma C. Boyer, d/o Edmond Boyer and Margaret Matilda
Rhudy, 2/25/1885.  Stephen L. Wright served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.]

540.  Wright, Susan           50            Keeping House                         VA
          Rosy                18
       Lucinda                16
[Susan was apparently widow of Isom Wright (b. 1812).  Susannah's children were: Elizabeth Wright b. 1836; Sally
Wright b. 1838; Stephen Wright b. 1840; John Wright b. 1842; William Wright b. 1842; James Wright b. 1844; Nancy
Wright b. 1846, Rosanah Wright b. 1849-52 Md. George Copybarger 10/14/1870; and Lucinda Wright b. 1854.]

160.Wright, Tolbert           62            Farmer    3000      700
(Harper) Betty                53            Keeping House
          Judy                25
      Caroline                21
         Patsy                26
[This was family 271 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Tolbert Wright Md. Elizabeth Harper, d/o George Harper
2/26/1833.  Judah Wright Md. J. K. Griffith, s/o Saml. & H. Griffith 2/1/1877; Caroline Wright Md. Rush F. Boyer s/o
Stephen & Nancy Boyer 6/24/1870; Family 146, Elk Creek District, 1870 Census of Grayson Co., VA.]

150.          Wright, William F.                    35          Farmer    600  180
       Emaline                26
      Virginia                 1
      Margaret                13
[William F. Wright served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  William Fielding Wright, was perhaps s/o John Wright
and Malinda Sweeny.  Margaret may be the Ellen Wright, d/o Fielden and Emaline Welch who Md. M. W. Cornett
4/22/1875.  Grayson birth records would indicate Margaret Ellen was born 8/10/1857.  Birth records give birth of
Virginia H. as 11/12/1868.  They also had children born in 1859, 1865 and 1868.  Emaline's age on the 1860 census
was 24, and age above appears to be in error, or she was a second wife.]

369.          Wright, William J.                    28          Farm Laborer    90  120
       Rosy C.                26
          Lucy                 5
         Sarah                 3
       Tolitha                 1
         Nancy              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[William J. Wright served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry, CSA.  He was originally from Wythe Co., VA and may
have been the s/o Isom & Susannah Wright (see household 540, Elk Creek District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.)]

386. Wyatt, Stephen           31            Farm Laborer
    (Delp) Margaret           25
       John W.                 3
         James                 2
      Archelus              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Stephen Wyatt, s/o Enoch (b. 1799) & Elizabeth (Edy/Edith) Wyatt (b. 1809 in NC), Md. Margaret Ann Delp, d/o
Jacob & Elizabeth Delp, 1/21/1862.  Stephen Wyatt served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Stephen's siblings were:
John Wyatt b. 1832; Caleb Wyatt b. 1835; Morning Wyatt b. 1836; Archy Wyatt b. 1841; Rhoda Wyatt b. 1843;
Comfort Wyatt b. 1845; William Wyatt b. 1846 and Franklin Wyatt b. 1849.  Enoch & Elizabeth Wyatt moved to
Grayson Co., VA from NC about 1835.  Stephen Wyatt served in the Grayson Co., VA Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA
Infantry, CSA.]

402.   Wynn, Amanda           42            Keeping House
    William D.                17            Farm Laborer
          Mary                15            At School
          John                13            At School
         Henry                11
        Albert                 9
[Amanda Jane Dutton was the widow of Josiah Wynn who moved to Grayson Co., VA in the 1850s.  Josiah Wynn, b.
1825 in Tazewell Co., VA, was a farmer, serving in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA and was killed in the 1st Battle of
Manassas in 1861.  Josiah & Amanda's children were:  Sarah E. Wynn who md. Fletcher Hale; William D. Wynn;
Mary A. "Molly" Wynn Md. Darius G. Meredith, s/o Dennis Meredith of Forsyth Co., NC, 3/12/1873; John Wynn;
Henry Hoppes Wynn md. (1) ? and md. (2) Ollie M. Dills of Wytheville, VA and lived at Rural Retreat, Wythe Co., VA;
and Albert Joseph Wynn Md. Mollie Jane Boyer, d/o Edmond S. Boyer and Margaret M. Rhudy, 7/14/1884.]

533. Wysong, Andrew           38            Farm Laborer             150          NC
          Mary                34                                             NC
        Martha                 8                                             NC
[This family moved to Grayson Co., VA in the 1860s lived near Clito and Knob Fork and left the area shortly after this
census was taken.]

532.  Wysong, Henry           64            Farmer    1000      265          NC
  "Ginsy" Jane                56            Keeping House                         NC
         Julia                29                                             NC
         Sarah                28                                             NC
         Linie                22                                             NC
         Lewis                20            Farm Laborer                          NC
         James                19            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Julia Wysong Md. Andrew Martin s/o Ryal Martin & Elizabeth Vaught, 12/13/1877;  Andrew Martin Md. (1) Susannah
Sage 6/7/1853.  James Wysong Md. Thursa Brewer d/o Kick (sic) & Nancy Brewer 1/26/1871.]

230. Yonce, Stephen           32            Boot Maker               1000
   (Moyers) Malinda           38            Keeping House
    Myers, Eli                17            Apprentice to Boot Maker
      Nancy E.                15            At School
 Griffy, Jacob                17            At School                        NC
[Stephen Younce Md. Malinda J. Moyers, d/o Wm. & S. Rogers (Moyers) 6/14/1866; Nancy E. Younce Md. George
W. Henley, s/o William & Barbara Henley 3/24/1881.  Stephen Younce served in Company F, 4th Virginia Infantry.]

59.  York, Lewis N.           44            Farmer    200       250
(Darnell) Elizabeth           40
      Napoleon                 5
[This was family 1052 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Alleghany County Heritage Book, article 819, indicates
that Elizabeth Darnell York B. 5/24/1820.  Lewis N. York was a minister in the Methodist circuit.  Napoleon York, B.
7/31/1864 Md. Rebecca Beck, d/o Perry & Rachel E. Beck.  Poley was a printer by profession and was a job printer
in Independence, VA.  He was deeply religious and printed flyers on his religious views.]

519.   Young, A. M.           38            Farmer    6000      2330         NC
      Sabra A.                37
       William                16
       Mary B.                12
          John                 5
[This was family 740 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

127.   Young, Abner         63 B                                             NC
         Mirah              19 B                                             NC
         Fanny              16 B
           Aly              11 B
         David               9 B
    Esther (f)               9 B

125.  Young, Alfred         36 B
       Harriet              25 B
         Henry              12 B
        Lawson              10 B
          Vina               8 B
      Caroline               6 B
       Mary J.               4 B
       Ninaona              70 B

126.Young, Pleasant         29 M            Farm Laborer             354          NC
          Lucy              28 B                                             NC
      Caroline              12 B
          Jane              10 B
         Laura               8 B
     Henderson               6 B
       Marinda               4 B
Anderson, Geo.              20 B            Farm Laborer
   Young, Josephine          2 B

536.Zimmerman, John           27            Farmer    250       260
          Mary                27
     George A.                 2
         Susan              7/12            (B. Dec. 1869)

The 1870 Federal Census for Grayson County Old Town District

[The 1870 Census for Old Town District was taken in the month of August 1870 by John Walsh, Post
Office for the entire District was listed as Nuckollsville.  Population for Old Town District was 2220]

HOUSE          NAME          AGE            OCCUPATION          REAL    PERSONAL           POB
NUMBER                      RACE                      PROP.   PROPERTY

81.   Adams, Elijah           52            Farmer    500       205
  (Pool) Drucy                34            Keeping House
       Emma J.                25
       Mary A.                23
     Margarett                20
      Nancy C.                17
         David                13
         Kenly                11
        Artela                 9
         James                 7
[Elijah Adams Md. Drucy Pool, 11/11/1842; David F. Adams Md. Charlotte E. Moore, d/o M. & M. Moore,
4/3/1877.  This was family 351 in the 1850 and 1480 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elijah Adams
served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Kenly Chapman Adams B. 8/17/1857; Artelia E. Adams, B.
6/27/1853 Md. William B. Diamond, s/o Y. & M. Diamond 1/3/1878; Lennie J. Adams Md. Freelin Hawkins,
s/o Bluford L. Hawkins, age 23, on 3/26/1873.  Mary Adams, Md. Thomas McBride, s/o W. & C. McBride,
age 34 on 2/16/1888; Margaret "Maggie" Adams md. Mark Sessler, a widower  b. 1825, and resident of
NE on 9/29/1892.]

120.  Allen, Morris         65 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Sylva              32 B                                             NC
         Archy              15 B                                             NC
       Hampton              13 B                                             NC
     Ferdinand               9 B                                             NC
         Celia               7 B                                             NC
      Isabella               4 B                                             NC
[A possible daughter, Sarah, was living with the William McKnight family, as a domestic.]

176.           Anderson, Garland                    50          Farmer              820          VA
    (Reece) Cathena           42                                             NC
         James                22            Farm Laborer        2000
         Cenia                18
         Susan                16
        Hardin                16
      Lawrence                 7
   Francis (f)                 5
        Robert                 2
          John                 2
        Martha                 1
   Reese, Jane                60            No Occupation
   Anderson, Robert           70
[Garland Anderson, probably s/o Robert Anderson (b. 1800) was previously married to Sarah F. Oglesby,
11/24/1842.  Their children were William b. 1844, James, and Thomas.  Cathena's mother was Jane
Moffitt Reece, widow of George W. Reece b. ca. 1806 in Guildford Co., NC, and a blacksmith in Carroll
Co., VA.  Other children were:  Adam M. Reece b. 1830; William L. Reece b. 1834; Julian A. b. 1836 in
NC; July A. Reece b. 1843; John A. Reece b. 1845 in NC.]

305.Anderson, James           63            Farmer    1800      800
     Alexander                35
        Albina                30
      Virginia                28
        Sophia                26
          Fred                24            Farm Laborer
[This was family 523 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Anderson Md. Polly Ross (now
deceased) on 3/4/1830, and they had 12 children, only 5 of which were still at home.  James was probably
s/o James Anderson, Sr. & Patsy Nuckolls (b. ca. 1793), d/o John Nuckolls.  James Anderson, Sr. from
Albemarle Co., VA, Md. Patsy o 8/2/1809.  James Sr. b. ca. 1772 was a major in the 78th Militia regiment
in the County's early days and was Captain of the 2nd Battalion when the county was formed in 1793.
James and Patsy's other children were:  Orville Anderson, b. 1813 d. 1850 who served as Clerk of Court
when the county seat moved to Independence, Evalina b. 1826 d. 1855 who Md. Fielden Hale on
10/15/1840, Elizabeth b. 1827, Emily b. 1833, Martha J. b. 1838, Robert E. b. 1840 and Rush b. 1841.
Ref. P. 117 Nuckolls, Evalina (Albina), d/o Maj. James Anderson Md. Fielden Lewis Hale, s/o Stephen
Hale, Sr. and Frances Bourne.]

299.Andrews, Alfred           51            Farmer    100
        Phoebe                48            Keeping House                         NC
        Amanda                21                                             NC
         Lydia                23                                             NC
         Alpha                16                                             VA
          John                14            At School                        VA
        Joseph                11            At School                        VA
[Alpha S. Andrews Md. Isaac J. Brewer, s/o Currin & E. Brewer, 2/1/1877.  Alfred Andrews served in Co.
C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, and was granted a pension in 1902.]

64. Atkins, Ambrose           61            Farmer    450       419
   (Byrd) Lucy                58
        Julina                28
      Mitchell                24
 Stone, Thursa                12
        Elbert                10
        Amanda                 6
[Ambrose Atkins Md. Lucy Byrd on 4/7/1831.  Julina F. Atkins, Md. John R. Fulton, s/o J. & M. Fulton,
9/25/1879.  This appears to be family 64 in the 1850 and 771 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other
children not at home were Cynthia b. 3/1/1832 d. 1/22/1845, Amanda Jane b. 10/3/1836 D. 11/17/1863
who md. James Stone, and Jemima Evaline b. 3/7/1841 d. 9/27/1923 who md. Robert Daniel Boyles on
5/3/1868.  Mitchell M. Atkins b. 5/11/1850 d. 8/3/1924 md. Elizabeth Carico.  Ambrose Atkins and others
of the family were buried in the Atkins Cemetery at Providence.  Lucy Byrd was b. 8/3/1812, d/o Barnett
Byrd and Ludia Swinney.  Ambrose Atkins was s/o James Atkins and his 2nd wife Mary Hale.  The Stones
above were children of Amanda Jane Atkins and James Stone.  James Stone served in Co. I, 37th VA
Cavalry Battalion CSA and was wounded in action and may have died from those wounds, but was still
living on 10/31/1864.]

58.  Atkins, Daniel           65            Farmer    754       320
    Phillips, Eliza           31
        Daniel                 9
         Floyd                 8
    William R.                 5
[This may be family 69 in the 1850 and 749 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Daniel was actually
born in NC and Md. Elizabeth Moore, d/o Nimrod Moore, on 6/10/1824.  No children were at home with
Daniel at this census, but were  Mary "Polly" b. 1825 who md. Jeremiah Barber, Charlotte b. 8/7/1826 d. 6-
7/18/1847 md. Churchwell Wright on 6/2/1842; Nancy b. 7/11/1828 d. 3/4/1864 md. Ephraim Vaught,
Eleanor b. 1/9/1830 d. childhood, George Washington b. 7/12/1831 d. 1/5/1865 Md. Eliza Roff, Elvira b.
8/20/1833 d. 10/19/1906 md. (1) William Phillips, s/o Thomas Phillips and Mary Moore, and md. (2)
Benjamin Shupe, Riley Allen b. 9/25/1835 d. 1/9/1911 md. Martitia Cox in 1872 and lived at Smithfield, VA,
James b. 10/17/1827, d. in childhood, Minerva Jane b. 1/5/1840 d. 7/17/1901 in TN md. Noah Trigg
Vaught on 4/30/1862, Martin b. 12/3/1841 d. 5/12/1926 md. Linnie Austin, Kennerly Carson b. 11/16/1843
d. 1929 md. Anna Brazleton and Daniel b. 8/25/1846 d. 6/1928 md. Anna Chapman on 12/21/1875.
George Atkins served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry and was killed in action.  Riley served in Co. B, 29th VA
Infantry, was a post-war doctor who moved to Pochantas and Newport News, VA and died on 1/9/1911
and is buried at Smithfield, VA.  Martin Atkins served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, as did Kennerly
Atkins.  Daniel Atkins b. 8/22/1799 d. 11/20/1882, Elizabeth died on 3/6/1864 of smallpox.]

67.   Atkins, David           69            Farmer    900       375
  (Jones) Charlotte           66
    Greenberry                42
    Hackler, Elvira           31
     Charlotte                11
        Martha                 6
[David Atkins md. Charlotte Jones, d/o Abner Jones, on 3/30/1826.  Elvira Atkins Hackler, d/o David and
Charlotte Atkins, was widow of H. J. Hackler, who was murdered on 4/18/1865.  Charlotte V. Hackler Md.
B. P. Neal, s.o G. C. & E. Neal, 10/4/1882.  This was family 764 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Ref. P. 157, Nuckolls, Charlotte Jones, d/o Abner Jones and Hannah Fawbush Md. David Atkins.  Abner
Jones s/o Minitree Jones, Jr. and was sheriff of Grayson Co.  Greenberry Atkins never married.  Charlotte
Hackler Md. B. P. Neal of Tazewell Co. on 10/4/1882 and she d. on 3/17/1886.]

57.Atkins, Eliza J.           34            Keeping House       500  225
      Chas. D.                 9
        Daniel                 6
[Eliza J. Atkins was widow of George Washington Atkins who was killed in the Civil War.  George was s/o
Daniel Atkins and Elizabeth Moore.  Charles Atkins b. 2/17/1861 d. 4/13/1951 md. Careen Cornett and
moved to Illinois in 1891.]

62. Atkins, Geo. M.           41            Farmer    300       120
    (Vaughan) Julia           33
          Robt                13
         Frank                 9
          John                 4
        Emmett                 1
[George Monroe Atkins, b. 1827 in Rockingham Co., NC was s/o James Atkins and Margaret Knight, Md.
Julia Ann Vaughan, d/o Thomas Phillips & Polly Moore, on 6/22/1864.  She was the widow of Fielding
Vaughan.  George was 1st Md. to Thursa Byrd, d/o Thomas Byrd and Mary Moore.  Thursa Byrd Atkins
was b. 3/30/1844 d. 12/1/1862.  George & Thursa's children were:  Margaret J. b. 1852 d. 10/13/1862,
Lydia b. 1854, Robert Miles b. 4/7/1856 d. 1/11/1924 md. Sally Moore, d/o Riley & Sidney Moore, James
C. Atkins b. 4/4/1858 d. 10/28/1862, William Frank Atkins b. 6/11/1859 md. L. C. Wysong on 7/1/1880.
George and Julia's children were John b. 1864, Julianna b. 5/10/1866, Emmitt Bays b. 12/27/1869 d.
6/20/1948 md. Mary E. Wright; Guy Kelly Atkins b. 2/15/1871 d. 4/17/1951 md. Lillie J. Phillips in 1899 and
Cleo M. Atkins.]

356.Atkins, Geo. W.           36            Farmer    750       550
  (Bourne) Sabra E.           21            Keeping House
       Mary A.             11/12            (B. Jul 1869)
           Ann                76            No Occupation
[George W. Atkins, s/o Alexander Atkins (b. 1791) & Ann Stone (b. 1794), Md. Sabra E. Bourne in
Alleghany Co., NC in 1867.  Alexander Atkins Md. Ann Stone on 4/18/1815, and had a daughter Ann
Atkins, b. ca. 1830.  Mary Ann Atkins b. 1869, md. Alexander J. Carico, s/o Johnson & Mundana Carico
on 8/13/1885.]

61.Atkins, Marshall C.             42       Farm Laborer        270   50
    (Hill) Isabella           43
    Churchwell                15
          Geo.                12
     Elizabeth                 9
    William R.                 4
   Hillory (m)                 3
         Heath              2/12            (B. Apr 1870)
[This was family 758 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, and Marshall was part of household 66 in the
1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lydia Atkins who lived with the family in 1860 was his mother.  Marshall
Atkins was s/o James Atkins (b. ca. 1768 in NC) and Lydia Swinney Byrd (b. ca. 1790 in NC).  Lydia was
the widow of Barnett Byrd and sister of James Swinney.  Marshall's wife, Isabelle was d/o Thomas Hill.
Marshall md. Elizabeth Atkins Fisher, d/o James Morgan Atkins and Lydia E. Fisher.  Marshall and his
new wife moved to Surry Co., NC.  James Morgan Atkins was s/o Alexander Atkins and Ann Stone.
Churchwell Freel Atkins b. 7/10/1854, md. M. E. Phipps, Miles Robert b. 11/28/1855, James R. Atkins died
on 10/8/1856, age 10 months, George Leftridge Atkins b. 10/1/1858 md. Frances Jane Fisher; Hillory b.
6/1/1868, and John Heath was b. 9/21/1867.  Marshall served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry and was
wounded at Chickamauga, GA on 9/20/1863.]

55.  Atkins, Martin           29            Farmer    150        50
       Malinda                21
       John W.                 3
       Geo. C.              8/12            (B. Oct. 1869)
[Martin Atkins, s/o Daniel Atkins and Elizabeth Moore, Md. Malinda Austin, d/o B. & N. Austin, on
8/8/1869.  Martin served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  He was living in household 69 in the 1850
Grayson Co., VA Census.]

140.            Austin, Franklin                    59          Farmer    1000       300
         Nancy                54
          Lucy                22
       William                22
      Rosamond                24
[This was family 1447 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time his wife was named Mary, Nancy
is probably a second wife.  Franklin Austin was s/o Isaiah Austin, s/o John Austin s/o John Austin.
Franklin's other children were Emelina b. ca. 1837, Margaret b. ca. 1839, John b. ca. 1841 and Jefferson
b. ca. 1843.  William Austin served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA and was killed in action in 10/1864.  J.
J. Austin, possibly Jefferson, served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

381.   Austin, John           35            Farmer    1500      400          VA
       Evaline                34            Keeping House                         VA
       Mary J.                12                                             VA
     William H                14                                             VA
[This was family 1474 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  John Austin served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry,
CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862, and elected 2nd Lt. 7/30/1863, was captured 7/3/1864 at Shepherdstown, WV,
POW at Fort Delaware.  John Austin was custodian of the poor house in 1870.]
POOR HOUSE
Stephens, John                54            Pauper                           NC
       William                55            Pauper                           NC
 Rose, Rebecca               109            Pauper                           NC
 Durham, Sarah                63            Pauper                           VA
  Holder, Mary                73            Pauper                           VA
    Lowe, Lucy                71            Pauper                           NC
 Bennett, Elizabeth           80            Pauper                           NC
    Harrison, Rhoda           36            Pauper                           NC
  Rector, Elizabeth           26            Pauper (Idiotic)                 VA
 Thomas, James                24            Pauper                           NC
   Lundy, Catherine           26            Pauper                           NC
      Columbus                 5            Pauper                           NC
          Bell                 2            Pauper                           VA
   Brown, Elizabeth           13            Pauper                           VA
     Margarett                 4            Pauper                           VA
   Hensley, Malinda           34            Pauper                           VA
         Henry                 6            Pauper                           VA
 Snow, Rebecca                37            Pauper                           NC
        Martha                 7            Pauper                           VA
           Ann                 4            Pauper                           VA
    Brown, Julia E.           21            Pauper                           VA
      Molly E.              1/12            Pauper (B. May 1870)                  VA
Shepherd, John                10            Pauper                           NC
         Nancy                 8            Pauper                           NC
            Wm                 4            Pauper                           VA
[Sarah Durham, d/o Rebecca Durham (b. ca. 1770) was member of household 944 in the 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  Rhoda Harrison, d/o William & Rhoda Harrison (b. 1789).  Rhoda's sister, Elizabeth
Harrison md. J. W. Nelson on 10/25/1855 and lived in Wilson District.  Mary Holder, b. ca. 1795, was
widow of Denton Estang Holder (b. ca. 1785 d. 1860's).  Lucy Lowe lived in the 1850s with John & Sidney
Davis, but any relationship is unknown.  Rebecca Rose, perhaps the oldest person in Grayson Co. in
1870, was the widow of James Rose who md. Rebecca Durham on 4/3/1828.]

220.            Austin, Lacy (m)                    63          Farmer    1600      300
         Sally                63
      Rosamond                22
        Joshua                31            Farm Laborer             100
[This was family 620 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  Lacey Austin was s/o Isaiah Austin, s/o John
Austin, s/o John Austin, s/o John Austin and wife, Hannah, Ref. The Virginia Genealogist, V. &, P. 148-
154.  Lacy Austin's house has been donated to the Matthews Musem and moved to Galax, VA.]

139.           Austin, Thomas J.                    24          Farm Laborer              170
       Frances                23
         Sarah              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Thomas J. Austin was apparently the son of Franklin and Mary Austin, and was part of household 1447 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Thomas served in CO. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

268.  Ayers, Wilson           51            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Martha                54            Keeping House                         NC
    Elkana (m)                28
    William R.                24
      Rosey E.                22
     Alexander                18            Farm Laborer
      Sarah F.                15
    Fleming C.                10

300.Ballard, Brysom           64            Farmer    650       100          VA
       Anna A.                22            At Home                          MO
     Lafayette                15            Farm Laborer                          MO

298.            Ballard, William                    65          Farm Laborer         170
 (Hays) Martha                64
          Amos                24            Farm Laborer
Wright, Fannie                16            Domestic
[William Ballard, probably the son of Amos Ballard the Quaker who settled on Ballard's Branch, Md.
Martha Hays, d/o Jacob Hays, 3/27/1828.  William was also a saddler.  Other children were Robert K. b.
ca. 1829 who served in Co. C, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion, CSA, James b. 1833, Lavia b. 1837, Elizabeth b.
ca. 1840, Amos b. 7/16/1844 and served in Co. C, 29th VA Infantry, CSA.  Amos died on 8/19/1917 and is
buried in the family cemetery near Galax.  This was family 448 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.]

11. Barbour, Joseph           52            Farmer    600       200
 (Robertson) Sophia           52
       Stephen                19            Farm Laborer
         Sarah                15
 Hill, Mary J.                23            Domestic
Robinson, Geo.                15            Farm Laborer
[Joseph Barbour, s/o Allen Barbour (b. ca. 1774) and Jane Haughey (b. ca. 1790) md. Sophia Robertson
on 8/14/1849.  Allen Barbour and Jane Haughey md. on 1/18/1811 and were from NC.  This was family
775 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joseph Barber served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and Co. B,
4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Joseph's siblings were Sarah b. ca. 1822, Nancy b. ca. 1825, Malinda b. ca.
1827, Jeremiah b. ca. 1830, Thomas b. ca. 1830 and Joseph b. ca. 1835.]

176.           Barnett, Anderson                    75          Tailor
     Elizabeth                60
         Sally                 6

70.Bartlett, Alfred G.             49       Farmer    1500      1243
  (Mallory) Malinda           38            Keeping House
       Francis                17
         Sarah                14
       William                12
        Allice                10
       Alverta                 5
        Robert                 3
          Emma                 1
[Alfred Goldston Bartlett, s/o William Bartlett (b. 1784) and Elizabeth Paschel (b. ca. 1790), Md. Malinda
Mallory, d/o Joel Mallory & Sally Carico, 10/27/1851.  William Bartlett moved to Grayson Co. from
Rockingham Co., NC.  Francis C. Bartlett Md. J. A. Cornett, s/o J. A. & M. Cornett, 5/6/1880.  This was
family 440 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  Ref. P. 12-15, Nuckolls for story of adventure of Alfred
G. Bartlett, in efforts to capture run-away slaves.  Alfred's siblings include Thomas (OTD family #365) b.
ca. 1838, Matilda who md. Cyrus Wilcox, and son Samuel who was killed in the effort to capture the run-
away slaves near present day town of Fries on 8/11/1851.]

365.           Bartlett, Thomas.                    29          Farm Laborer        200  100
(Wright) Sarah                26
      James C.                 6
       William                 5
     Samuel F.                 3
         Ellen                 2
     Elizabeth              9/12            (B. Sep. 1869)
[Thomas G. Bartlett, s/o William Bartlett and Elizabeth Paschel, Md. Sarah Ann Wright, d/o Richard &
Mary Wright, 6/19/1859.  Thomas Granwood Bartlett served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He Enl.
4/27/1862, was a teamster, wounded in action 9/19/1863 and was taken prisioner, exchanged and
enlisted in Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion, CSA.  This family moved to Carroll Co. in the early 20th
century.]

373.           Bassett, James D.                    40          Farm Laborer                          NC
         Sarah                40            Keeping House                         NC
         Hiram                11                                             NC
          Rush                 9                                             NC
       William                 7                                             NC
          John                 4                                             NC
        Robert                 2                                             NC

74.   Beard, Joseph           50            Miller
      Margaret                30
        Millie        __ (Blank)

341.  Blair, Lydemy           55            Farmer    4000      2380
        Millah                41
         Polly                72
    Hill, Elizabeth           33            Domestic
  Blair, William H.         14 B

118.  Blevins, John           74            Farmer    3600      1200
 (Cox) Adaline               57?
       Haywood                31            Farm Laborer
       Rebecca                21
       Houston                18            Farm Laborer
  Cox, Rebecca                87            No Occupation
[John Blevins, Md. Adaline Cox, d/o Samuel Cox d. 11/8/1864 (was at one time sheriff of Grayson Co.) &
Rebecca Osborne, 7/24/1832.  Samuel Cox was s/o Lt. David Cox and Margaret McGowan.  Rebecca
Osborne d. 6/10/1870, was d/o Enoch Osborne & Jane Hash.  Haywood Blevins d. 2/18/1923, Md. Sarah
J. Hale, d/o Alfred & Elizabeth Hale, 1/27/1873.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, Samuel Cox,
s/o David Cox and Margaret McCown, B. 1773 D. 11/8/1864 Md. Rebecca Osborne, d/o Enoch Osborne
and Jane Hash 4/16/1812 B. 4/22/1773 D. 6/20/1870, age 93, note age above.  This was family 1444 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Haywood Blevins served as 2nd Lt. in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, enl.
at Wytheville 5/29/1861, detailed to guard POWs Aug. 1861, Promoted to LT 7/1862, caputred at
Piedmont 6/5/1864, held at Johnson's Island 6/23/1864, released 6/14/1865.  6'1", died 2/18/1923,
resident of Baywood.]

199.Blevins, Samuel           66            Farmer    2000      711
(Cox) Margaret                25
     Spotswood                21            Farm Laborer
        Sophia                21
         Nancy                16
[This was family 604 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  Ref. p. 168, Nuckolls, Samuel Blevins Md.
Margaret Cox, d/o Sheriff Samuel Cox and Rebecca Osborne.  Samuel Blevins was s/o John Blevins and
Catherine Cox.  John Blevins, Sr. came to America with the British Army during the American Revolution
and relinquished his British citizenship and in so doing lost his title to real estate in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Samuel, above, sought to reclaim the estate and was denied any right to it.  Other children were
Alexander b. ca. 1847, Emily b. ca. 1843, Adeline b. ca. 1837 and Nancy.  Alexander served in Co. C, 45th
VA Infantry, CSA, enlisting on 3/20/1864 in Smyth Co., was taken prisoner of war at Piedmont on
6/5/1864, sent to Camp Morton, Indiana were he died on 9/23/1864, and was buried in grave #1129 in the
Greenlawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.]

343.          Bobbitt, Alexander                    42          Farm Laborer        200
         Jesse                45
        Kinney                15            Farm Laborer
       William                13            Farm Laborer
[This appears to be family 438 in the 1860 Grayson County Census, family members at that time were:
Alex, 26, Jane 26, James K. 6, William M. 3.  Alexander Bobbitt was s/o Charles Bobbitt (b. ca. 1804) and
Sally (b. ca. 1809).  Alexander's siblings were Calvin b. ca. 1829, Andrew b. ca. 1834, Martin b. ca. 1837,
George b. ca. 1839, Samuel b. ca. 1843, Joseph b. ca. 1844, Green b. ca. 1845, Polly b. ca. 1846, Peyton
b. ca. 1847.]

280.Bobbitt, George           55            Farmer     700      900
         Thos.                16
          Geo.                13
    Brown, Lucretia         27 M            House Keeper
          John               4 M
          Geo.               1 M
         Peter              14 M
[George Bobbitt was family #494, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George's wife, Nancy b. ca. 1825, was
now dead.  Other children were John b. ca. 1846, Mary b. ca. 1848 and Andrew b. ca. 1855.]

281.  Bobbitt, John           52            Farm Laborer
        Amanda                42
         Nancy                17
      Franklin                14
         Sarah                 6
[This was family #483, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Elizabeth b. ca. 1845,
Rosamond b. ca. 1848 and John M. b. ca. 1858.]

361. Bourn, Jas. L.           42            Farm Laborer        100  120
    (Holloway) Jane           33
         James                10
        George                 8
          John                 6
       William                 4
        Robert                 2
[James L. Bourn served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  James was probably the son of Nancy Bourn, and was
part of family #752 in Grayson Co., VA.  James Leander Bourne, s/o George Bourn and Nancy Vaughn, B.
3/25/1828 D. 10/19/1871 Md. Frances Jane Holloway 9/6/1860 B. 6/5/1846 D. 4/1927.  James Monroe
Bourn B. 8/2/1861 D. 2/9/1937 M.d Mary Williams on 3/8/1886 who died 2/19/1897.  She was d/o James
Williams and Sennie Patton.  George Thomas Bourn B. 5/8/1863 D. 8/4/1950 in Milford, TX, Md. Mary
Elanor Delaney 7/11/1894 B. 1/19/1872 D. 3/9/1922; John Clark Bourn B. 5/10/1865 D. 2/20/1963 Md.
Della Virginia Bourne 6/21/1887 B. 6/10/1867 D. 3/6/1945; William Preston Bourn B. 4/16/1867 D.
3/4/1915 at Blackstone, VA, Md. Rosa Charlotte Byrd 6/19/1892 B. 3/23/1863 in Grayson Co., VA D.
10/27/1917 in Dinwiddie Co., VA., s/o J. W. Byrd and Rebecca Carrico.  Robert Lee Bourne B. 7/31/1869
D. 12/25/1937 Md. Florence C. Dowling 4/13/1893 B. 6/10/1870 D. 2/3/1936, d/o Alexander Dowling and
Margaret Jane Patton.  James L. Bourn had an additional child after the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census,
Edgar Cleveland Bourn B. 7/19/1872 D. 5/24/1967 Md. Susan E. Byrd 2/19/1896, d/o Charlton Byrd and
Millie Stuard.  Ref. P. 41-49, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related
Families.]

359. Bourn, Lylburn           45            Farmer    450       230
       Cynthia                39            Keeping House
      Rosamond                15
     Elizabeth                13
       Stephen                 8
       Ellinor                 6
      Franklin                 1
         Nancy                74
[Lilburn Bourn, B. 6/15/1826 D. 1875-80 eldest s/o George Bourn and Nancy Vaughn, Md. Cynthia ___.
Rosamond Bourn, Md. William Williams, s/o James & P. Williams, 12/12/1875.  This was family 746 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lilburn Bourn served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. and in the Grayson Co. Militia,
CSA.  He was taken POW at Winchester, VA 9/19/1864, WIA, sabre cut on head, gun shot wound to inner
side left knee, hospitalized at US Army Field Hospital at Winchester, transfered to Baltimore, MD, paroled
there.  Ref. P. 40 Stepehn Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related Families.
Rosamond Bourn Md. William Williams, s/o James Williams on 12/12/1875.]

106. Bourn, Stephen           35            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Martha                28                                             NC
          John                17                                             NC
         Celia                 8
        Robert                 5
[Stephen Bourn served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  He was the eldest son of Thornton (b. ca. 1807 in NC)
and Lydia Bourn (b. ca. 1805) and was part of household 1469 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Stephen Bourn served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry.]

105.Bourn, Thornton           63            Farm Laborer        300  100          NC
         Lydia                66            Keeping House                         NC
          John                25                                             NC
      Margaret                20                                             VA
   Green, John                 7                                             VA
[Thornton Bourn's other children include: Nona b. ca. 1830 in NC, William b. ca. 1835, Stephen b. ca.
1835, Thornton b. ca. 1837, Louisa b. ca. 1839, John b. ca. 1842, Ludia b. ca. 1849 and Sabra b. ca.
1849.  This was family 1469 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

224.           Bourn, William A.                    34          Farm Laborer        200
     Elizabeth                21
      Della V.                 3
       Geo. W.              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
[William A. Bourn, s/o Thornton & Lydia Bourn, served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862
and was AWOL from 6/24/1863.]

12.Boyers, Granville          47            Farmer    2000      470
    (Mallory) Nancy           45
          Joel                17
       William                14
       Ephraim                13
        Amelia                 9
      Adolphus                 3
[Granville Boyer, b. 9/10/1822, Md. Nancy Mallory, d/o Joel Mallory, 9/28/1846.  Granville Boyer was s/o
Daniel Boyer (b. 1/17/1783 d. 12/19/1852) and Susannah Delp.  This was family 426 in the 1860 Grayson
County Census.  Granville's siblings include:  John Boyer b. 11/4/1810, md. Jane Fielder; William Boyer b.
4/14/1814 md. Catherine Greear; Daniel Boyer, Jr. b. 4/29/1829 and died young; James Boyer b.
6/29/1816 Md. Rhoda Sutherland, Elizabeth b. 6/16/1827 Md. Enoch Cox; Freeling Boyer b. 7/30/1824
md. (1) Elizabeth Stevens md. (2) Elizabeth Creekmore; Polly b. 9/1/1812 md. Nicholas Mallory; Frances
Boyer b. 7/10/1818 md. Isaac Busick; Stephen Boyer b. 6/23/1820 d. 1/21/1911 md. Polly Busick; Harey
Boyer b. 8/24/1834 Md. Ann P. Duphey.  Granville's other children were Wiley, Gideon, Ephraim, J.
Emmitt, George F. and Julia.]

77.  Boyers, Harvey           35            Farmer    600       525
   (Duffy) Ann                29
          Mary                 3
[Harvey Boyer, s/o Daniel Boyer & Susannah Delp, Md. Ann Duffy, d/o Richard Duffy on 5/30/1866.
Harvey Boyer served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862.]

13.   Boyers, Wiley           22            Farm Laborer             176
(Tomlin) Sarah                20            Keeping House                         NC
[Wiley Pleasant Boyers, s/o Granville Boyers and Nancy Mallory was member of household 426 in the
1860 Grayson County Census.  Wiley md. (1) Sarah "Sally" Tomlin in 1869 and Md. (2) Emily Caroline
Pinkley on 12/15/1888 in Oregon.  Emily was b. 1864 & d. 1953.]

66.  Boyles, Robert           23            Farm Laborer             160          NC
   (Atkins) Emaline           26
          Mary                 1
[Robert Boyles Md. Emaline Atkins, d/o A. & L. Atkins, 5/3/1868.]

27.Boyles, William J.              40       Farmer              330          NC
        Martha                40                                             NC
         Nancy                21                                             NC
       William                19            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Hubbard                16                                             NC

250.            Brannock, Wilson                    53          Farm Laborer             339
       Lucinda                53            Keeping House
         Floyd                18            Farm Laborer
         Friel                16            Farm Laborer
      Franklin                14            At School
         Nancy                14            At School
      Pleasant                11            At School
[This was family 581 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  Daughter Luzenia is missing and maybe
Luzena Higgins, in 1870 Old Town Family 251.  Other children no longer at home were James b. ca.
1835, Cena b. ca. 1837, Luzena b. ca. 1839, Hillary b. ca. 1845, Susannah b. ca. 1847, Sarah b. ca. 1849.
Hillary Brannock served in Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion, CSA.  Nancy Lowe b. ca. 1786 was living
with this family in 1850 and may have been Lucinda's mother.]

87. Branscom, Sally           56            Keeping House       400  350
        Reuben                16
         Cyrus                 8
[Cyrus Bransom, s/o Isaac Branscom & Sarah Ann Beamer, Md. M. J. Caudill, d/o J. & M. Caudill,
2/4/1882.  This was family 1475 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  In 1860 Sarah "Sally" was married
to Isaac Branscom, probably dead by 1870.  Sarah Ann Beamer was d/o Phillip Beamer and md. Isaac
Branscom on 2/4/1830.  Other children were Tobitha who md. Samuel Mabry; Frances who md. Lewis M.
Edwards and Rhoda who md. Nathan Thompson.  (These children were by a previous marriage of Isaac).
Isaac Branscom served in Co. E, 45th VA Infantry and was discharged on 1/4/1862, then age 50.]

47.  Brewer, Delila           45            Keeping House       180   50
       Lucinda                26
         Kenly                23            Farm Laborer
       Malinda                21
       Fielden                16
        Thursa                14
         Celia                 9
      Rosamond                 9
         Riley                 6
[Delila Poole widow of Elisha Brewer whom she md. on 3/2/1843.  Fielden Brewer Md. E. J. Barber, d/o J.
& P. Barber, 8/31/1875; Thursa J. Brewer, Md. C. O. Wright, d/o C. & C. Wright, 12/2/1876.  Kenley
Brewer md. Rachel L. Phillips, d/o John & Mary Phillips, on 3/25/1873.  This was family 333 in the 1860
Grayson County, VA Census.  Kenly Brewer served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

23.Brewer, Friel J.           24            Farm Laborer             200
    (Carrico) Nancy           25
       John H.                 2
       Mary E.              4/12            (B. Feb 1870)
[Friel J. Brewer, s/o H. & N. Brewer, Md. Nancy Carrico, d/o J. M. & M. Carico, 2/20/1866.]

169.Brewer, John C.           24            Farm Laborer
         Lizzy                21            (Md. Nov. 1869)
[John C. Brewer was the son of William (b. ca. 1797) and Mary Brewer (b. ca. 1802) and was part of
family #495 in ther 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  See also family #168 Old Town District, 1870 Grayson
Co., VA Census.]

22.   Brewer, Nancy           44            Keeping House       450  250
        Thursa                20
[Thursa Brewer, Md. James Wysong, s/o Henry & Ginsy Wysong, 1/26/1871.  This was family 332 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA.  Nancy was the widow of Hezekiah.]

168.Brewer, William           72            Farmer    800       360
          Mary                67                                             NC
   Francis (f)                28
[This was Family 495 in the 1860 Grayson County Census.  William's children include:  Sarah Ann b. ca.
1831, Martha b. ca. 1833, Eliza b. ca. 1837, George L. b. ca. 1838, and Frances b. ca. 1843 and John C.
b. ca. 1845-6.  George Brewer served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

380.            Brown, Alexander                    24          Farm Laborer                          NC
        Martha                23            Keeping House                         NC
        Hannah                65            Domestic                         NC
          John                 3                                             NC

179. Brown, Fleming         31 M            Farm Laborer
          Jane              23 M
         Celia               1 M
      Rosamond              16 M            Weaver

375.            Brown, Henderson                    24          Farm Laborer                          NC
     Elizabeth                36            Keeping House                         NC
       Preston                14                                             NC
         Sarah                 8                                             NC
    William H.                 7                                             NC
        Amanda                 4                                             NC

219.    Brown, John           60            Farmer    4050      1385    England
          Mary                66            Keeping House                         VA
         Cenia                25                                             VA
         Creed                27            Farm Laborer                          VA
        George                23            Farm Laborer                          VA
        Amelia                11                                             VA
[This appears to be family 381 in the 1860 Grayson County, Virginina Census.  The name Mary was
transcribed Martha in 1860.  Ref. P. 81-2, Nuckolls, "The Brown family came from Yorkshire, England
before or about the time of the formation of Grayson Co. (probably in error, see above), John Brown, was
s/o John Brown, Sr.  John Brown md. Patsey Nuckolls on 3/4/1841, and she is now deceased, and was
d/o Robert Nuckolls.  John was s/o John Brown, Sr. and Martha Woods, whom he married in England.
Martha, b. ca. 1800 per census, actually b. ca. 1784, was living in the household of Hiram Williams in this
census.  Creed served in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA, was taken prisoner at Monacacy, MD on
7/10/1864.  He is buried in the Fairview Cemetery, Wythe Co., VA.]

42.Butler, Moses M.           33            Farm laborer                          NC
     Elizabeth                33                                             NC
        Almeta                14                                             NC
       Phillip                12                                             NC
      Caroline                 8                                             NC
     Elizabeth                 5                                             NC
        Jemima                 2                                             NC

320.           Byrd, Christopher                    30          Farm Laborer                          NC
          Jane                27                                             NC
          Gaby                 4                                             NC
       William                 2                                             VA
          John              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)                        VA
[This family may have been from Wilkes Co., NC and not closely related to other Byrd families of Grayson
Co.]

9. Byrd, David                48            Farm Laborer
(Carrico) Jane                56
         James                16
         Cenia                14
        Curtis                12
        Samuel                 9
[David Byrd, s/o Samuel Byrd & Pernelia Wheeler, Md. Jane Carrico, 12/12/1852. Curtis Winston Byrd, b.
2/27/1858 d. 1948, Md. Nancy Evalina Byrd, d/o John Byrd & Eleanor Barber, 4/4/1878.  James Wiley
Byrd b. 1854, d. 1875; Cena Jane "Sarah" Byrd b. 2/11/1856 md. John Letcher Pearman 12/21/1876;
Samuel Frank Byrd b. 4/10/1861 d. 4/27/1900 md. Tabitha Susan Byrd, d/o John Byrd & Eleanor Barber,]

353.    Byrd, James           50            Farmer    1500      868
   (Barber) Ellener           46
       John A.                18
       Geo. W.                16
         Nancy                14
        Samuel                10
       Tobitha                 5
      James W.                 2
 Barbour, Jane                80            No Occupation
[James E. Byrd, b. 9/21/1819 d.8/1904 Md. Ellender Barber b. 3/22/1825 d. 12/7/1908, d/o Allen Barber,
3/15/1845; John Allen Byrd Md. (1) Mary C. Porter, d/o T. & S. Porter, 3/5/1874 Md. (2) Sarah M. Collins
1/15/1890; Nancy Evaline Byrd, d/o Curtis Winston Byrd, s/o D. B. & J. Byrd, 4/4/1878.  Joseph Byrd md.
Martha Moore 1/1867; Mary Jane Byrd md. John Wesley Vaughan on 9/30/1869.  Samuel M. Burd md.
Almeda A. Butler; Tobitha Susan Byrd md. Samuel F. Byrd 6/5/1881; James Willard Byrd Md. (1) Mattie J.
Willliams 11/7/1888, Md. (2) Amanda V. Thomas.  This was family #759, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

241.Calloway, James           44            Farm Laborer             100          NC
        Martha                18                                             NC
     Elizabeth                 8                                             NC
[See families #505 and 506, 1860 Ashe Co., NC Census for possibilities.]

175.            Calloway, Samuel                    65          Farmer              370          NC
     Elizabeth                70            Keeping House                         NC
          Mary                42                                             NC
        Hannah                27                                             NC
        Martha                25                                             NC
         Nancy                23                                             NC
   Christopher                21            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Almeta                 5                                             NC

239. Capp, Henry C.           34            Farmer    700       435          NC
        Martha                28                                             NC
       John H.                 5                                             NC
        Fannie                 2                                             VA
  Mourie, Elizabeth           67            Domestic                         NC
    Thompson, James         43 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
[This family moved to Grayson Co., VA ca. 1866.]

132.  Carr, Fielden           37            Farmer    1000      600
         Nancy                37
     Elizabeth                16
     Jefferson                15
          John                13
         Chas.                 9
       Fielden                 7
       Wilburn                 5
       Houston                 3
[This was probably family 1488 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.  Fielden Carr was s/o Elder
Thomas Carr and Elizabeth Porter.  Fielden d. 1898 while Nancy d. in 1910, they are buried in the Rock
Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Independence, VA.  Fielden served in Co. D, 30th VA Infantry
Battalion, CSA.]

86.    Carr, Thomas           66                      300       150
 (Porter) Elizabeth           65                                             NC
   McDonald, Andrew            7
    Fielden, Thomas            6
[Thomas Carr b. 5/19/1804 d. 6/21/1886, Md. Elizabeth Porter, 9/25/1828.  Thomas Carr was a Primitive
Baptist minister or Elder, who was ordained in 1848.  He and Elizabeth are buried in the Cross Road
Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery at Baywood, Grayson Co.  Their children were Fielding, b. ca. 1832,
James b. 10/1/1834 md. Martha Alice Jennings, Lucinda b. ca. 1827 md. Haywood Edwards 10/20/1853,
William Wilborn b. 11/1/1839 md. Mary Jennings, Charles L. b. ca. 1842 md. Mary Edwards, and Thomas
b. ca. 1845.  In 1850, Susannah Porter, b. ca. 1792, was living with the family, and was probably
Elizabeth's older sister.  Charles Carr served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry and in Co. B, 44th VA Infantry.]

89.   Carr, Wilburn           30            Farmer    900       324
    (Jennings) Mary           31                                             NC
     Margarett                 9
        Jesten                 7
        Allice                 4
         Nancy             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
   Hawkins, Fielden           23
[William Wilborn Carr, b. 11/1/1839, was s/o Thomas Carr & Elizabeth Porter, md. Mary Jennings in Ashe
Co., NC on 10/15/1857.  They are buried in the Crab Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Alleghany
Co., NC.  Margarett Carr Md. W. B. Hawkins, s/o B. & L. Hawkins, 11/16/1878; Jesten Carr Md. Julian
Hawkins, s/o Birton & Martha Hawkins, on ?.  Wilburn Carr was living in family 1487 with daughters Mary,
2, and Lucren W. 1, no wife.  Perhaps both died, as neither is listed above.  Other children were Robert
Lee, b. 1874, Morris Jefferson, b. 1878, John McKinley b. 1876, Jestin b. 1874, Alice b. 1876, Richmond
b. 1872, John K. b. 1875 and Morris b. 1879.  Wilburn Carr served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl.
4/27/1862.]

38.   Carrico, Able           54            Farmer    476       620
  (Russell) Rebecca           38
        George                16
     Samuel M.                13
         Susan                11
        Andrew                 9
      Sarah A.                 7
    Billie (f)                 4
        Martha                 2
[Able Carrico Md. Rebecca Russell 10/13/1852; Sarah A. Carrico, Md. Richard Isom, s/o Minitree & Nancy
Isom, 1/6/1881.  This appears to be family 348 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA, though ages do not coincide,
though the names do.]

352. Carrico, Creed           35            Farm Laborer        400  330
 (Vaughan) Rosamond           32
       Jeffrey                12
         Byram                 8
         Laura                 4
        Melvin                 3
         Viola                 1
[Creed Carrico, s/o John Wesley & Matilda Cooley, md. Rosamond Vaughan, d/o William Vaughan on
6/28/1854.]

342.Carrico, Harvey           54            Farm Laborer        200  100
    (Hill) Nancy A.           52            Keeping House
        Martha                19
       John A.                16            Farm Laborer
     George C.                14            Farm Laborer
       Mary E.                13
       Mildred                 9
[Harvey Carrico, b. 11/15/1816 d. 9/20/1885, s/o William Carrico, Jr. and Martha Stephenson (who md. on
1/21/1813 in Rowan Co., NC).  William Carrico, Jr. Md. (2) Louisa Fortner in 1843 after divorcing Martha.
William also served in the War of 1812.  William Carrico, Jr. b. ca. 1791 d. 4/9/1864, was s/o William and
Jane Carrico, who conveyed by deed of gift 146 acres on Bull Run Creek.  Martha b. ca. 1791 in NC died
in the 1850's and lived with Harvey and Nancy Carrico, who in turn lived next door to William Carrico, Jr.
and his second wife.  Harvey Carrico was a miller, who md. Nancy A. Hill b. 11/15/1818 d. 3/21/1880, who
was d/o Thomas Hill, Sr. and his wife Margaret "Peggy".  Harvey served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.
Harvey and Nancy are buried in the Carrico family Cemetery on Stephen's Creek.  Harvey and Nancy had
11 children:  Matilda Jane Carrico who md. Robert Taylor, who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA;
Margaret C. Carrico who Md. Ivy W. Boles, s/o John Boles & Nancy Jones; Marshall Carrico died young;
Robert F. "Bob" Carrico; Martha b. ca. 1850; John D. Carrico md. Charity Taylor, d/o Anthony Taylor and
Paulina Smith; Laurine who apparently died in childhood; George Curren Carrico, called Kemper who
never married' Mary Elizabeth Carrico md. Rush Patton; Mildred Malvina md. Mumford A. Dillon, s/o Eaton
B. & Flora Dillon.  Some of these familes moved to Battle Creek, NE.]

49.  Carrico, Hicks           32            Farm Laborer        360  270
        Amanda                24            At Home
        Martha                19
      Isabella                16
         James                12

323.            Carrico, Jas. R.                    40          Farm Laborer        300  240
        Amanda                33
       Orville                15
        Alfred                12
         Sarah                 7
      Isabella                75            No Occupation                         NC
[Orville M. Carrico, Md. Mollie Patton, d/o John & Sallie Patton, 9/26/1880.  James R. Carrico served in the
Grayson Co. Militia.]

56. Carrico, Martin           33            Farm Laborer        300  200
        Jestin                40
      Virginia                 9
          Lucy                 7
        Robert                 3
       Matilda                 1
[Martin Carrico, s/o Mumford Carico and Margaret "Peggy" Boyles.  Mumford was s/o Joseph Carrico &
unknown first wife.  Martin's brother Johnson served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry.  Martin served in Co. C,
29th VA Infantry and was living in Wythe Co., VA in 1897, but again returned to Grayson Co.  He is buried
in the Atkins Cemetery near Providence.]

351.            Carrico, John W.                    72          Farmer
    Cooley, Matilda           62            Keeping House       600
          Mary                34
        Andrew                32            Farmer              450
       Matilda                28
     Elizabeth                24
      Rosamond                23
          John                21            Farm Laborer
Warner, Joseph                24            Farm Laborer
[This was family 756 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Wesley Carrico md. Matilda Cooley, d/o
Peter Cooley on 6/8/1823, from Coal Creek, now Carroll Co., VA.  Peter Cooley md. Mary Hanks on
5/9/1806.  Peter Cooley was also brother of Benjamin Cooley who md. Jane Dickey, d/o Matthew Dickey
and Rebecca Wiley.  Benjamin Cooley was a well-known clockmaker i n early Grayson County history.
John Wesley Carrico's other children were:  Jestin b. ca. 1829 who md. Martin Carico, s/o Mumford
Carico; Mondana b. ca. 1831 d. ca. 1873 md. Johnson Carico, s/o Mumford Carico; Creed b. ca. 1835.
Mary Carrico b. ca. 1832 d. 6/30/1889 and md. Johnson Ring, M.D., s/o John & Martha Ring.  Dr. Ring
had first md. Elizabeth Charlotte Delp, d/o John & Rebecca Delp, and md. (3) Dora L. Ward, s/o William &
Martha Ward.  Dr. Ring was b. 8/3/1840 and d. 3/8/1917, he and all three wives are buried in the Pleasant
Hill Cemetery.  Hasting Freel Carrico b. ca. 1838, died young; Matilda Jane Carrico b. ca. 1839 d. 1884,
md. Robert Aker of Wythe Co.  Robert Aker md. (2) Martha A. Carrico, d/o John & Lucy Carrico.  Nancy
Carrico b. 5/25/1842 d. 5/16/1911 md. Freeling Brewer, s/o William Hezekiah Brewer & Nancy Ring.  She
is buried in the Providence Methodist Church Cemetery.  Freel Brewer served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves.
Rosamond Carrico, b. 8/24/1846 d. 12/20/1894 md. Rev. James R. Pinion, s/o William & Elizabeth Pinion
on 12/28/1879.  James Pinion served in Co. B and Co. K, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  James Pinion was a
Methodist minister, school teacher, and clerk and part owner of the Fallville Community Union General
Store.  After Rosamond's death me Md. (2) Mary Loudemia Perkins Graybeal.  James Pinion and both
wives are buried in the Jerusalem Methodist Church Cemetery.  John Cooley Carrico, b. 7/5/1849 d.
4/.28/1926 md. Matilda C. Byrd, d/o Samuel Byrd & Martha Rhudy.  John & Matilda had no children, and
are buried in the Providence Methodist Church Cemetery.  Joseph Warner was probably a son of
Woodson Warner.]

285.         Carrico, William A.                    37          Farm Laborer             150
(Bennington) Charlotte             27
       Mary J.                 9
       John S.                 7
     Robert C.                 5
      Thos. J.                 1
[William A. Carrico served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862, captured at Lewisburg in
Greenbrier Co., WV on 5/23/1862, then aged 24.  They were family #432, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
William A. Carrico, s/o Harvey Carrico & Nancy Hill, b. 2/2/1837 d. 11/24/1912 md. Charlotte Bennington,
b. 9/11/1841 d. 3/7/1925, d/o Job Bennington & Nancy Schaner.  William & Charlotte are buried in the
Union Cemetery, Battle Creek, NE.  William and Charlotte had 10 children, who were:  Mary A. who md.
Thomas Leonard, s/o James & Catherine Leonard; John Samuel Carrico who md. Sarah or Fannie Isom,
d/o William & Martha Isom; Robert B. Carrico who md. Josephine Lewis; Thomas J. Carrico who md.
Mary Alice Catron, d/o William K. & Emma Catron; Nancy Emmaline Carrico who md. (1) John Taffe
Ames, s/o David Frank Ames & Martha Castleman.  Nancy Carrico md. (2) Clyde Clayton Wright, s/o
Rufus Wright; Josephine Carrico who md. Stephen Carrico, s/o Emanuel J. Carrico & Sarah E. Brown
Owens.  Stephen Carrico md. (2) Lillie Hall, d/o Jake Hall & Susan Warrick.  James Piper Carrico md.
Margie Mildred Sesler; George Curren Carrico, a confirmed bachelor who was buried in the Flat Rock
Methodist Church Cemetery; Annie Lawrence Carrico who md. (1) C. Hix Ring, d/o Dr. Johnson Ring and
md. (2) Adolph Price.  This was a musical family.]

306.         Carrico, William H.                    24          Farm Laborer
       Lucinda                24            Keeping House
        Louisa                49            Weaver                           NC
[Speculation only:  William H. Carrico may be Henry Carrico, s/o William & Louisa Carrico, family 755 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Louisa was listed in 1860 as being 42 years old, and knowing the
inaccuracy of census records, not unreasonable to believe that this may be the same family.]

248.         Carrico, William G.                    44          Farm Laborer        300  120          VA
    (Jones) Pervina           41            Keeping House                         NC
     Catherine                17            At School
     Elizabeth                13
[William G. Carrico, eldest child of Sims Carrico and Margaret Roten, Md. Penina Jones Md. 3/30/1852.
Sims Carrico (b. ca. 1790 d. 5/20/1844) was s/o Rev. William Carrico and md. Peggy Roten on 7/1/1827.
William G. Carrico's other children were Alexander, Sims, Nancy Carrico Farmer, Andrew Jackson, and
James Madison Carrico.]

37.  Carson, Andrew           47            Farmer    500       508
         Polly                47
         James                12
[James Carson Md. Mary J. Andis, d/o E. Carson Andis & Thursey Cornett, 2/10/1881.  This was family
346 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA.  Andrew Carson served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Other children were
Sarah b. ca. 1847, Susan E. b. ca. 1849, Elvira V. b.ca. 1854.  Sarah md. L. E. Daniels, s/o Eli & E.
Daniels on 10/9/1867.]

51.   Carson, Edwin           32            Farm Laborer             400          NC
          Cena                27
    William H.                 8
      Rufus H.                 6
       Minervy                 4
         Thos.             11/12            (B. Jul 1869)

41.Carson, James G.           40            Farmer    3000      2020
      Ceroline                46                                             NC
      Sally A.                12            At School
      James L.                 6
        Samuel              1/12            (B. May 1870)
        Griggs              1/12            (B. May 1870)
       Emaline                38                                             NC
       John A.                12
Boyer, John A.                34            Clerk in Store
[James G. Carson, s/o James Carson (b. ca. 1795).  Sally A. Carson, Md. T. F. Williams, s/o William R. &
M. E. Williams, 9/27/1876.  This was family 326 in the 1860 Grayson County VA, Census.  James G.
Carson's siblings included Martha b. ca. 1820, Elizabeth b. ca. 1821, Samuel D. b. ca. 1824 who served
as a Sergeant in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, Robert b. ca. 1831, Cleopatra, b. ca. 1840, Nancy b. ca.
1844.]

110.   Caudle, Mary           44            Keeping House                         NC
     Catherine                19                                             NC
    Sydney (m)                17                                             NC
        Thomas                13                                             VA
        Martha                15                                             VA
        Margie                11
     Elizabeth                 9
        Jestin                 7
         James                 4
[Mary Caudle, widow of J. Caudle.  Sydney Caudle Md. Margaret Bowers, d/o G. & M. Bowers, 2/16/1879.
This family moved to Grayson Co., VA ca. 1855.]

279.           Coletrain, Robert                  47 B          Farm Laborer
        Fannie              30 B
         Delie              12 B
      Margaret               2 B
          John               1 B

152.             Collins, Alexr.                    33          Farmer    750       350
        Martha                25                                             NC
     Robert M.                 3
     Lovely B.                 1
[Alexander Collins served as 1st Lt. in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry and may have also served in Co. C, 8th VA
Cavalry, CSA.  Alexander Collins was s/o Randolph Collins (b. ca. 1810) and Celia Hays (b. ca. 1809).
Randolph Collins, s/o John Collins & Effey Conley, md. Celia Hays, d/o Jacob & Elizabeth Hays, on
3/14/1833.  John Collins parents, Mahlon & Pheobe, who were Quakers, migrated to the New River Valley
from New Jersey and lived at Hampton Cross Roads and Baywood.  They later moved to Lawrence Co.
IN.  Mahlon & Pheobe had 8 children:  John b. ca. 1777 d. 1830, Josiah b. ca. 1778, Mary b. ca. 1781,
Levina b. ca. 1783, Randolph b. ca. 1785, Deborah b. ca. 1788, Anna b. ca. 1792, and Isaac b. ca. 1798.
John Collins & Effey Conley had 6 children:  Mahlon b. ca. 1800 d. 1838, Elijah b. ca. 1802 d. 1896 md.
Margie Cox, d/o James & Sally Cox, Lathena b. ca. 1805 md. Samuel Lundy and went west, John Collins,
Jr. b. ca. 1808 d. 1871 md. Celia Ramey, Randolph Collins b. ca. 1809 d. 1879 md. Celia Hays b. 1811 d.
1906.]

136.  Collins, Ezra           31            Farm Laborer        450  200
  (Carrico) Adeline           24                                             NC
        Thomas                11
        Martin                 4
        Fannie                 2
[Ezra Collins served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Enl. 4/27/1862, Absent since 6/1/1864 with surgeon's
certificate.  Ezra Collins served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Ezra was the son of Elijah (who was s/o John
Collins b. ca. 1802) and Margy Collins, household #693, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ezra Nuckolls
Collins, b. 2/9/1838 d. 3/25/1911 Md. Adeline Carrico on 2/2/1865 in Alleghany Co., NC.  This family
moved to Colorado about 1880 where Adeline died and is buried.  Ezra then moved to Phoenix, AZ where
he died and is buried.]

130. Collins, James           29            Farm Laborer        400  300
    (Bartley) Nancy           24
     Taman (f)              49 B            Domestic
         Celia              13 B
[James was s/o Elijah Collins & Margie Cox.  Elijah and Margie had 14 children:  Sally b. ca. 1832, Joel b.
ca. 1834 who served in Co. D, 30th Battalion VA Infantry CSA but hired G. W. Perry as a substitute, Mary
Ann b. 1837, Dorcas b. 1835, Ezra b. 1836, John b. 1838 served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, was taken
prisoner at Waynesboro, VA on 3/2/1865, James b. 1839 who md. Nancy Bartley 8/9/1866, Emily b. 1841,
Mary b. 1842, Mahlon b. 1844 who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA, Randolph b. 1848.]

174. Collins, James           37            Farmer    1000      537
       Matilda                35            Keeping House
      Shadrack                16
      Isabella                13
     Annal (m)                10
       Chapman                 9
          Gary                 5
        Elbert                 4
      Luthenia                 2
[James Collins served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862. ]

149.            Collins, Jno. T.                    66          Farmer    3500      1400
 (Ramey) Celia                55                                             NC
         Wiley                14
    Rector, Bennett           36
  (Collins) Sophina           28
       Chapman                 9
        Tamsey                 6
         Celia                 4
       John M.              7/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
        Mahlon                14
Dunaount, Jas.                34            Farm Laborer
[Bennett Rector, s/o James & Ruth Rector, Md. Sophina Collins (d. 1924), d/o John & Sely Collins,
1/8/1860.  Bennett Rector (d. 1909) may be the same found in household 1435 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.  Bennett Rector served as 1st Lt. in Co. C, 63d VA, CSA.  Bennett and Celia had 4 children:
Alexander Chapman b. 1861 d. 1937 md. (1) Rosa Edwards b. 1858 d. 1920; Della Rector b. 6/25/1865 d.
2/25/1938 md. (1) William "Billy" Wilson on 3/21/1893 in Alleghany Co., NC; Celia b. 1866 d. 1948 md.
Jacob J. Todd b. 1866 d. 1904, buried in the Rock Creek Primtive Baptist Church Cemetery near
Independence, VA; John Mitchell Rector b. 1870 d. 2/7/1951 md. Lucy Emma Todd b. 1/16/1874 d.
2/8/1951, on 10/6/1892 in Alleghany Co., NC.  John T. Collins was s/o John & Effie Collins and Md. Celia
Ramey.]

151.            Collins, John C.                    39          Farm Laborer             244
      Caroline                32                                             NC
    William L.                15
      Franklin                13
      Isaac R.                 1
    Woodruff, Nancy           16            Domestic
[This was family 1453 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, though John C was John B at that time and
the fortunes of the family had declined radically.  John Collins served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He
enl. 4/27/1862.]

142.           Collins, Randolph                    60          Farmer    2000      1235
  (Hays) Celia                61            Keeping House
       Houston                24            Farm Laborer
 Brown, Calvin              21 M            Farm Laborer
   Hampton, Tolitha           11
    Collins, Amanda         17 M            Domestic
[Randolph Collins, s/o John & Effie Collins, Md. Celia Hays 3/13/1833.  This was family 1439 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Note the ages in the 1860 Census for family members are obviously in error.]

170.           Collins, Wiley G.                    44          Farmer    1000      200
    (Collins) Sarah           40
   Francis (f)                14
        Thomas                13
        Mahlon                11
         Eliza                 9
     Jefferson                 7
           Guy                 5
        George                 3
[This was family 1454 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Wiley G. Collins served in the Grayson Co.
Militia.  Wiley was s/o Mahlon & Effie Collins.  Wiley Collins, d. 1/15/1915, Md. Sarah Ann Brewer b.
1/14/1850 d. 9/22/1916.]

145. Combs, Jas. T.           34            Farm Laborer             120          MD
        Amanda                38
         James                11
       Jackson                10
         Lydia                10
          John                 8
      Anderson                 6
          Rosy                 2
   Davis, John                69            Shingle Maker                         NC
         Lydia                84            No Occupation                         NC
[James Cooms, Md. Malinda Hall, d/o C. J. & J. Hall, 12/7/1879; A. (Anderson) J. Cooms Md. Malinda
Hall, d/o C. J. & Jane Hall, 3/18/1882.  John Davis may be the same as was living in household 1457 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

197.   Combs, Nancy           35            Keeping House
        Richd.                16
      Isaac W.                14
       Malinda                10
         Sarah                 7
[She was probably a Civil War Widow.]

218.   Combs, Nancy           39            Keeping House            100
       Stephen                18
         Isaac                14
      Sarah C.                14
      Sarah M.                 9
[Nancy was probably a Civil War widow.]

195.   Combs, R. F.           22            Farm Laborer        120  130
        Martha                22
        Luzena                 2
        Texana                 1

358.Cooley, William           33            Farmer    200
 (Bourn) Eliza                30
        Martha                13
    William B.                10
     Elizabeth                 8
         Sally                 3
[William T. Cooley, s/o John T. & Martha Cooley of Wythe Co., Md. Eliza Ann Bourn, d/o George & Nancy
Bourn, 5/7/1857.  Ref. p. 50, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related
Families.]

293.           Cooper, Brutus F.                    44          Physician 1500      1500
         Sarah                29
          Emma                 9
      Eddie F.                 6
       Lula L.                 1
[Dr. Brutus Flemming Cooper served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA and was commander (CPT) of CPT B. F.
Cooper's Local Defense Company.  Ref. P. 76-8, Nuckolls, Dr. B. F. Cooper Md. Sarah Frances Nuckolls,
d/o Clarke S. Nuckolls and Rosa Bourne Hale, and lived at Old Town, VA.  They had 6 daughters and 1
son, Emma Cooper Md. Stephen Mason Hale, s/o Rev. Wiley Dickenson Hale and Martha Gwin Mitchell;
Eddie Forest Cooper Md. James Lafayette Warrick, s/o John Wesley Warrick and Ellen Carson.  See
reference for further information.]

54.Cornett, Joseph A.              40       Farmer    1200      615
  (Moore) Elizabeth           39
    Orville A.                13
       Minerva                10
        Uphamy                 4
         Isaac              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
[Joseph A. Cornett, s/o David Cornett & Phoebe Sutherland, md. Matilda Elizabeth Moore, d/o Isaac &
Euphamy Moore on 3/27/1856.  David Cornett (b. 1807) md. Pheobe Sutherland, d/o Alexander
Sutherland on 2/9/1826.  Minerva Cornett, Md. Chas. C. Atkins, s/o G. W. & E. J. Atkins, 11/25/1879?.
Joseph A. Cornett's siblings include:  Rachel J. b. 1830, James M. b. 1832 who served in Co. F, 4th VA
Infantry CSA, Lorenzo b. 1834 who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA, Joseph b. 1835, Jackson b.
1839 who served in Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion CSA, Barbara E. b. 1842, Nancy b. 1846, and
Thomas b. 1849.]

121.     Cox, James         65 B            Farm Laborer             110
         Reney              45 B
        Carter              18 B            Farm Laborer
        Farris              20 B            Domestic
     Margarett              16 B
          Mary               6 B
        Richd.               4 B
         Margy               3 B
        Hastin               1 B

255.    Cox, Nathan           38            Farm laborer             100
         Rosan                28
         Addie              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
    Shinault, Peter           15            Farm Laborer
[Nathan Cox served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, taken POW at Waynesboro, 3/2/1865, taken to Fort
Delaware 3/12/1865, released 6/19/1865.  Fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5'5«".  Nathan was s/o
Jeremiah Cox (b. 1804) and Edith Davis (b. 1806).  Jeremiah Md. Edith Davis, d/o Daniel Davis & Jane
Patton on 12/1/1825.  Their children and Nathan's siblings were:  Daniel Cox b. 1827, William b. 1829,
Nathan b. 1832-3, James b. 1835, Thomas b. 1838, Belinda b. 1840 and Jackson b. 1842.]

256.   Cox, William           40            Farmer    700       225
       Emaline                32
         Laura                10
[This was family 551 in the 1860 Grayson Co. VA Census.  Emaline was transcribed as Evaline in the
1860 Census.  William Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, born 4/21/1837 D 10/25/1922, based on
post war records only.  William was s/o Jeremiah Cox & Edith Davis.]

259.Davis, Elias M.           59            Farmer    750       400
    (Edwards) Nancy           48            Keeping House
       Mary J.                18            At School
       Hariett                16            At School
        Morgan                14            At School
[Elias M. Davis, s/o Josiah & Frankey Davis of Carroll Co., Md. (1) Huldah Harroll on 12/2/1830 and Md.
(2) Nancy Edwards, s/o Thomas Edwards, 9/25/1848 in Carroll Co., VA.  Elias & Huldah divorced and she
late married Isaac Beamer ca. 1837.  This was family #548 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

238.   Davis, Elias           34            Farm Laborer        275  300
   (Jennings) Nancy           27
     Jefferson                 8
     Alexander                 6
        Elbert                 2
[Elias Davis, s/o Josiah & Frankey Davis, Md. Nancy C. Jennings, d/o Luke (b. 1806) & Celia Jennings (b.
1809), 3/8/1860.  Elias Davis served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Josiah Davis was s/o Nathan Davis &
Martha Davis.  This was family 548 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elias served in Co. G, 63rd VA
Infantry, CSA, and was severely wounded at the Battle of Kelly's Store on 1/30/1863, and was taken
prisoner at Stone's River, TN on 12/7/1864, sent to Camp Chase and held there until the end of the war.
Josiah Davis' children were:  Hannah b. 1831, Jeremiah b. 1833, David b. 1835, Obediah b. 1837, Nancy
b. 1839, Margaret b. 1841, John b. 1843, Allan b. 1845 and Andrew b. 1847.]

211.   Davis, Henry           44            Farmer    1200      280
     Beuly (f)                39
   Christopher                18            Farm Laborer
       Fielden                16            Farm Laborer
         Wiley                14            Farm Laborer
      Anderson                12            Farm Laborer
          Mark                 4
         Julia                 1
[This was family 577 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry Davis served in Co. 8th VA Cavalry,
CSA.  He was so listed in History of Grayson Co. in Words and Pictures and is not listed in Compiled
Service Record of the Unit.]

243.    Davis, Hugh           63            Farm Laborer        350  200          VA
  (Davis) Margarett           62            Keeping House                         VA
         Sally                27
       Richard                45            Farm Laborer             100
          Lucy                39
        Luzena               110
        Josiah                 6
[Hugh Davis Md. Margaret Davis, d/o Morris Davis (b. ca. 1768), 2/28/1832.  As incredible as it may seem,
Luzena was listed in the census as 110 years old, but may have only been 10.  This was family 545 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Serephina b. 1834, Amaziah b. 1838 who served in
Co. G, 63rd VA and died at Dublin, VA in 3/1863 of typhoid fever, and Morris b. 1838.]

237.  Davis, Josiah           71            Farmer    1500      500
(Williams) Francis (f)             64
         Cenia                20            Domestic
[Josiah Davis Md. Francis Williams, d/o Henry Williams, 2/29/1824.  This probably was family 547 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Henry b. 1829 who served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry
and in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA, Moses b. 1835, Elias b. 1837, Catherine b. 1840, Lucinda b. 1841,
Lurena b. 1843, Rosamond b. 1849.  Henry Williams md. Sally Kensworthy on 12/5/1804.  Sally's father
sold his estate to Henry Williams and moved west, but left the name on Kensworth Branch near Old
Town.]

190.   Davis, L. D.           45            Farm Laborer        400  150
   Francis (f)                40
         James                13
         Uriah                12
         Ulela                12
         Emory                 9
[This was family 582 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.  Lorenzo Dow Davis served as a sergeant
in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

191.   Davis, Lydia           63            Keeping House            100
        Zilpha                24
[This was family 584 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.]

68.   Defrise, Elam           37            Miller    300       275
      Eliza D.                36
      Sarah E.                15
       John C.                11
       Mary A.                 8
         Polly                52            Domestic
[This was family 731 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elam Defrise was probably the son of David
Defrise (b. ca. 1790) and wife Nancy (b. ca. 1785), migrants from Surry Co., NC to Grayson Co. in  1831.
Other children were Elam b. 1833, Polly b. 1837 who md. Samuel Wilson, s/o Jeremiah & Lydia Wilson on
11/15/1857.]

36.   Delp, Geo. W.           23            Farm Laborer              35
 (Cornett) Virginia           24
         Minty               5 B
[Geo. W. Delp, s/o John, Jr. (b. 1819) & Rebecca Delp (b. 1819), Md. Virginia Cornett, d/o Eli (b. 1806) &
Cena Cornett (b. 1808), 12/22/1869.  George Delp's siblings were:  Mary b. 1843, Charlotte b. 1845,
George b. 1847, Lucinda b. 1849, Henry C. b. 1851, Melville W. b. 1854 and Joseph F. b. 1858.  Virginia's
siblings were:  Rosamond b. 1833, Elvira b. 1836, Thursa b. 1838, William b. 1841, Melville b. 1843, and
Virginia b. 1850.]

277.          Dickinson, Gilbert                  80 B          No Occupation                         NC
       Lucinda              65 B            Keeping House
       Emaline              30 B            Weaver
       John H.              22 B            Farm Laborer
         Sarah               6 B

372.Dickinson, John           54            Farmer    1000      1200
     Margarett                37
      Sarah J.                13            At School
     Robert L.                 8
        Sue B.                 4
       John C.                 2
  Hall, Thomas                35            Farm Laborer                          NC
[This was family #2, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  In 1860 the family held 67200 of real and personal
property, and John had served as Lieutenant Colonel of the Grayson Co., VA Militia ante-bellum.]

322.  Dillon, Eaton           42            Farm Laborer        200
(Patton) Diana                34
      Sarah C.                17
       Mumford                12
       Lucinda                 9
          John                 7
      Isabella                 5
       Johnson                 2
[Eaton P. Dillon b. 3/4/1827 d. 11/5/1915 md. Flora Diane Patton, b. 6/26/1833 d. 10/19/1916, ca. 1850.
Flora Diane Patton was d/o John Patton and Catherine "Kitty" Carrico.  Eaton, Diane and her parents are
buried in the Mumford Patton Cemetery.  Sarah Catherine Dillon md. Johnson Carrico as his 3rd wife.
Mumford Alexander Dillon Md. Mildred M. "Millie" Carrico, d/o Harvey Carrico & Nancy Hill, 8/2/1882.
Lucinda "Cindy" Dillon md. Ephraim Hale, s/o Alexander Hale & Mary Ann Catron.  Ephraim Hale Md. (2)
Vinna Thompson, s/o James & Celia Thompson.  John C. Dillon md. Mary Ellen Bartlett.  Ann Isabella
Dillon md. Alex L. Pierce, s/o Jefferson Pierce & Sarah Bourne.  William Johnson Dillon md. (1) Eddie F.
Patton, d/o Creed Patton & Mary Catherine Bartlett, md. (2) Roxie Mayberry.  Charles Dillon md. a
Wainwright from WV.  Flora Alice Dillon md. William Robert Carrico in Carroll Co.  This was family 474 in
the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.]

282. Doby, Edie (f)           49            Keeping House                         NC
         Sarah                19                                             NC
       William                17            Farm Laborer                          NC
          Mary                14                                             NC
        Robert                13                                             NC
          John                10                                             VA
         James                 9                                             VA
          Jane                 7                                             VA
         Chas.                 5                                             VA
          Emma                 3                                             VA
[This was apparently a transient family and did not remain in Grayson Co. long.]

2.Duphey, Richd. H.           66            Farmer    900       675          NC
      Isabella                48                                             NC
          Joel                18            Farm Laborer
      Franklin                16
        Thomas                15
       Laurena                10
        Richd.                 7
        Nannie                14
        Mollie                12
[Richard Duphey were from Davie Co., NC.]

296.         Dufphey, William R.                    32          Merchant  1000      1300         NC
   (Waugh) Flora A.           25            Keeping House
      James N.              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
[Ref. P. 49-50, Nuckolls, Flora Waugh, d/o James Waugh and Elizabeth Blair, Md. Dr. William R. Dufphey
b. 7/11/1838 d. 11/29/1906 and lived at Old Town.  James N., s/o William R. & Flora was afflicted and
died young.]

182.   Edwards, Cox           56            Farmer    875       760          NC
   (Hampton) Violet           58            Keeping House
         Susan                18
         Cyrus                15
   Hampton, Chapman           13
        Latham                 9
 Perry, Violet                22            Domestic
   Burroughs, Rufus           24            Farm Laborer             300
   (Edwards) Jennie           25
[Cox Edwards, s/o Young Edwards Md. Violet Hampton, d/o Griggs Hampton & Phyllis Sutherland, 10/12/
1833.  Little doubt that who this couple was, suspect that they married very young or ages above are in
error.  Rufus Burroughs, s/o R. & M. Brinkley, (sic), Md. Jennie Edwards, d/o G. & V. E. Edwards,
11/25/1869.  This was family 621 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Chapman and Latham Hampton
were Violet's nephews and orphaned by the Civil War.  They were sons of Thomas B. Hampton who
served as 1st Lt. in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, who was killed at Bentonville, NC on 3/19/1865.  Cox &
Violet's other children were Mary b. 1839, Jane b. 1845, Mary Ann b. 1847 and Marceline b. 1849.]

230.  Edwards, John           22            Farmer    900       329
 (Roberts) Ann                22
         Chas.                 1
          Kate              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[John Edwards was s/o Jonathan & Jane "Jennie" Edwards, in household #231, this district.  John
Edwards md. Sarah Ann Roberts, d/o Hugh & Phoebe Roberts on 10/8/1867.]

231.           Edwards, Jonathan                    58          Farmer    900       569          NC
        Jennie                54            Keeping House                         NC
    Snow, Elizabeth           18            Domestic                         NC
[This appears to be Family 534 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census, though the ages do not match.
Their children were:  Nancy b. 1829, Sally b. 1832, Thomas b. 1836, Rosamond b. 1840, John b. 1846
and John b. 1848 (see family #230 this district.)]

73.Edwards, William           64            Farmer    500       250          NC
          Jane                45
         Sally                29
        Weldon                16
        Martha                 4
[William Edwards md. Martha Cooley on 10/7/1835, who probably died shortly before the 1870 census.]

249.            Faulkner, Martha                    34          Keeping House
        Rachel                 8
        Samuel                 6
        Elisha                17            Farm Laborer
        Robert                12            At School
        Thomas                14            At School
[James Stamper is of the opinion that this family should have been listed as Franklin vice Faulkner and
that Martha was the widow of Rufus F. Franklin.  If true, then Rufus Franklin enlisted in Co. F, 4th VA
Infantry, CSA and served until killed in action at Groveton, VA on 8/28/1862.  He was born on 3/5/1837 in
Halifax Co., VA.]

210.            Fender, Permelia                    32          Keeping House                         NC
      Rosey J.                13                                             NC
          John                12                                             NC
         Nancy                 5                                             VA
[This family moved to Grayson Co. from what is now Alleghany Co., NC about 1861.]

112.  Fields, Henry           25            Farm Laborer        500  100
        Thursa                17            Keeping House
      Marshall              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
[Henry Fields, s/o Isaiah (b. 1800) & Sarah Fields (b. 1800), was member of household 1468 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry Weatherly Fields served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He was born in
Randolph Co., NC 12/29/1845, enl. 4/27/1862 Captured at Piedmont 6/12/1864, POW Camp Morton, IN,
exchd 2/26/1865 and died in Grayson Co., VA 7/20/1923.]

131.   Fields, John           35            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                30
      Jeremiah                17
         Thos.                11
         Nancy                 9
         James                 7
         Isaac                 3
[John Fields, s/o Isaiah and Sarah Fields.  John served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA.  Nancy A. Fields,
Md. S. H. Wade, s/o James & Sarah J. Wade, 9/6/1880.  This was family 1464 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.]

111.  Fields, Sally           60            Keeping House            140          NC
  Millison (f)                28                                             NC
        Amanda                26                                             NC
        George                22                                             VA
       Adeline                15                                             VA
       Fidella                13
[Sally Fields, widow of Jeremiah Fields.  Fiddea Fields Md. W. H. Mickles, s/o Isaac & T. Mickles,
2/3/1881.]

53.Fisher, Elizabeth          31            Keeping House       300  150
       Mary F.                13
       Francis                 9
[Elizabeth C. Fisher, widow of Granville M. Fisher who died of disease on 7/3/1863 while serving in Co. G,
63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  Mary F. Fisher Md. H. E Bartlett, s/o S. R. & S. C. Bartlett, 9/8/1878.]

147. Freeman, James           55            Farm Laborer                          NC
     Catherine                29                                             NC

213.   Fulks, Sarah           73            Keeping House            350
   Paschal (m)                40            Farm Laborer
    Lamb, Lucy                17            Domestic

370. Fulton, Thomas           45            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Frances                45                                             NC
         James                 4                                             NC
Smith, Barbara                19                                             NC

8. Funk, James                30            Farm Laborer        550
     Elizabeth                32
          Mary                10
       Stephen                 5
       Geo. W.                 3
          Levi                 2
[This may have been Family 399 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Funk was s/o Jesse (b.
1804) and Sarah Funk (b. 1815).  James' siblings were:  Jand b. 1836, Jackson b. 1837, Polly b. 1839,
George b. 1841, James b. 1843, Rosa b. 1845, Mitchell b. 1848 d. 1855, Lewis b. 1849 who md. Mary C.
Cannoy, d/o B. B. & Sarah Cannoy on 11/26/1880, Emily b. 1853, Samuel b. 1854 and Stephen b. 1859.]

146.            Galyean, Toliver                    49          Farmer    500       439
         Edney                47
        Julina                18
         Enoch                16
         Floyd                15
       Preston                13
       William                10
         Byrum                 8
       Evaline                 2
[Toliver Galyean served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  This was family 1456 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

366.Garrison, David           73            Farmer    1700      950
 (Bourne) Charlotte           51            Keeping House
   Wyatt, Elizabeth           24
 Cornett, Mary                18
      Chas. D.                14            At School
       Stephen                14
    William J.                 3
[David Garrison appears to have been in family 431 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 155,
Nuckolls.  Ref. p. 61, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related
Families.  Charlotte was first married to William J. Cornett in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David
Garrison, s/o Isaac Garrison & Susannah Jones, md. Sarah "Sally" Bourne, d/o Stephen Bourne & Rosa-

mond Mallory.  Isaac Garrison md. Susannah Jones on 3/15/1796.  David Garrison's daugher, Elizabeth
md. Hastings Fulton, s/o Samuel & Martha Fulton and lived near Independence.  Other known children
were:  Julia Ann Garrison, b. 1838 md. Lewis H. Bourne, s/o William Bourne, Jr. & Mary Johnstone,
3/12/1857 and who went to NM after the Civil War and are buried there.  Sarah Jane Garriosn b. 1840 md.
Robert S. Baldwin, s/o William & Elizabeth Baldwin on 4/9/1857.  Martha Elizabeth Garrison md. (1) Carl
Alexander Fredeking on 1/1/1861 and they divorced, she md. (2) M. Foy Lyons, s/o Asiah & Zelpha Lyons
on 12/15/1877.  She died on 11/27/1878 and is buried in the Independece Methodist Church Cemetery
with Lyons in unmarked graves.  Columbus Garrison b. 1848 md. R. D. Edwards of Alleghany Co., NC on
3/17/1869.  He served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

150.  Gentry, R. H.           29            Farmer    850       480          NC
        Levina                30
        Martin                 1
 Collins, Effy                67            No Occupation
Rector, Phoebe                15            Domestic
[Exactly who Pheobe Rector was is unclear, but she died in 1914 and is buried in the Linton Cemetery,
Grayson Co., VA.]

283.Gilly, James M.           55            Farm Laborer
      Virginia                34
         James                17
       America                14
        Rosana                12
    William E.                10
       Mary J.                 8
         Henry                 6
     Alfred N.                 4
       John R.                 2
[Probably a transient family from Henry Co., VA.]

367.  Goins, Andrew         31 B            Farm Laborer             115
       Morning              24 B
          John               8 B
       William               5 B
          Mary               3 B
           Eli            1/12 B            (B. May 1870)

175.           Goins, Washington                  24 B          Farm Laborer
       Adeline              21 B
     Elizabeth               3 B

234.           Goins, William P.                    31          Farmer    1000      400          NC
        Luvine                25
        Guy M.                 3
      White L.                 1
 Davis, Christopher           17            Farm Laborer

246.            Goodson, Leander                    77          Farmer    1000      950          VA
         Nancy                76                                             NC
         Train                22            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Benjamin                24            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Chas.                16            Farm Laborer                          VA
          Jane                14            At School                        VA
          Mary                23            Weaver                           VA
[This was family 562 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This family moved to Grayson Co. ca. 1847.
Other children were:  Eliza b. 1840, Prudence b. 1842, Joseph b. 1844, Elijah b. 1845 who served in Co.
C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA was captured at Piedmond, VA on 6/5/1864, sent to Camp Morton, IN where he
died on 1/7/1865 and was buried in the Greenlawn Cemetery in Indianpolis, IN, and Jefferson b. 1847.]

100.   Green, Cenia           31
      Thos. J.                 9
       Rosy J.                 4

88.    Green, Sarah           44            Keeping House
        Julina                13
        Artila                 9
       John W.                 7
      Thos. B.                 4
[This was family 1446 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Sarah seems to be the d/o Enoch (b. 1802)
and Rachel Green (b. 1798) who had a daughter Sarah b. ca. 1827-8.  Sarah probably was never married.
Other children, who may have died in childhood, were:  William b. 1853, Lutitia b. 1858 and Dorthula b.
1858.]

177. Green, William           18            Farm Laborer
         Julia                22            Keeping House

288. Grubb, John R.           46            Cabinet Maker       378
          Jane                50
     Alexander                19
[This appears to have been family 476 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John R. Grubb served in
Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enl. 2/1/1863 at Independence captured at Piedmont 6/5/1864, POW at Camp
Morton, exchanged 2/26/1865, buried in the Leonard Cemetery, near Galax.  John R. Grubb was probably
the s/o Jacob Grubb (b. 1790) and Eleanor Grubb (b. ca. 1800).  Their children were:  John b. 1823,
William b. 1829, Jacob b. 1834 who md. Margaret Haga, d/o Jacob & Celia Haga on 1/20/1856 and who
served in Co. D, 51st VA Infantry, CSA, Jackson b. 1836 who served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry CSA and
was killed at Ft. Donalson, TN, Nancy b. 1838, Joseph b. 1840 who md. Celia Jones, d/o Hiram & Susan
Jones and who served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry CSA, Polly b. 1842 and Elizabeth b. 1846 who md. John
Anderson, s/o F. & M. Anderson on 12/3/1868.]

339.Hale, Alexander           39            Farm Laborer        190  130
  (Wheeler) Lucinda           47
     Elizabeth                13
       Ephraim                10
        Samuel                 6
[Alexander Hale, s/o Burroughs (also spelled Burris) Hale & Peggy Sutherland (who md. on 6/13/1816)
Md. Lucinda Wheeler, d/o Anthony Wheeler, 1/24/1861.  Burroughs Hale was s/o Dudley Hale and Nancy
Burroughs.  Dudley Hale, who died at Norfolk, VA in the War of 1812, was 3rd s/o Lewis Hale & Mary
Burwell, the pioneers.  Alexander was in Family 248 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  His first wife
was dead by the 1860 census.  Ref. P. 130 Nuckolls.  Alexander Hale md. (2) Lucinda Wheeler, d/o
Anthony on 1/24/1861.]

374.    Hale, Henry           52            Farm Laborer             100          NC
         Nancy                48                                             NC
       William                25            Farm Laborer                          NC
         James                22            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Eliza                24            Weaver                           NC
         Ellen                13                                             NC
          Jane                 8                                             NC
        Joseph                 5                                             VA
       Matilda                 4                                             VA
[This was family 1470 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry Hale served in Co. G, 14th VA
Cavalry, CSA and later in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA.]

96.    Hale, Warner           52            Farmer    2500      1160
    (Cox) Mary                46
      Thos. E.                19
     Elizabeth                11
          Mary                14
        Allice                10
         Flora                 8
         Chas.                 4
  Bobitt, Rosy                26            Domestic
[This was family 1489 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Warner Hale served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf.
CSA. or in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, as a Warner Hale served in both units.  Warner Hale was s/o John
Hale & Rosamond Blair, and was raised on a 1000 acre farm on Rock Creek.  Rosamond Blair was d/o
John Blair & Charity Bourne.  Charity Bourne was d/o William Bourne, Sr. & Rosamond Jones.  John Hale
was s/o William Hale & Lucy Stone.  William Hale was 2nd son of Lewis Hale & Mary Burwell.  John &
Rosamond Hale had 13 sons, some of whom died young.  They were:  Alfred b. 1817 d. 1854 md.
Elizabeth Jones, d/o Minitree Jones & Nancy Golden; Warner Hale md. Mary Cox, d/o David Cox & Jane
Doughton and moved west after this census; James Hale md. Matilda Cornett and moved to MO; Lorenzo
Dow Hale; John B. Hale; Alonzo Sidney Hale who served in Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion CSA; and
Thomas Hale md. Elvira Cornett and moved to MO.]

284. Hale, Wiley D.           62            Farmer    4800      900
  (Mitchell) Martha           48
     Elizabeth                18            At School
       Emma E.                16            At School
     Allice J.                11            At School
       Stephen                 7
    Dobbins, Emmitt            1
[Elizabeth Hale, Md. W. M. Scott, 11/9/1870; Emma E. Hale, Md. H. F. Williams, s/o A. & M. Williams,
4/4/1878.  Ref. P. 114, Nuckolls, this would appear to be Rev. Wiley Dickenson Hale, s/o Col. Stephen
Hale and Charlotte Dickenson, though this is not certain.  Wiley D. Hale would appear from other records
to have actually been born ca. 1818, not 1808 as indicated above.  Wiley Hale was a minister as well as a
farmer and md. Martha Mitchell.  Wiley Hale was s/o Stephen Hale and Charlotte Dickenson (b. ca. 1800)
who md. on 8/4/1814.  Stephen Hale was s/o William Hale & Lucy Stone.  Charlotte Dickenson was d/o
Martin Dickenson & Mary "Polly" Bourne, and she is buried in the Cedar Springs Cemetery, Wythe Co.,
VA.  Wiley & Martha's older children were Charlotte b. ca. 1843 who md. B. M. Dobbins on 4/12/1866.
Emmitt Dobbins above was their son.  James G. Hale, another son was b. ca. 1845; Mary J. b. ca. 1847,
Sarah b. ca. 1849 md. William P. Waugh 2/12/1867.]

97.Hall, Raleigh W.           40            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Denice                30                                             NC
      Mace (f)                10                                             NC
         Jacob                 6                                             NC
           Guy                 4                                             NC
       Malinda                 1                                             VA
[This family moved from NC to Grayson Co. ca. 1868.]

181.Hampton, Calvin           33            Farmer    100       460
    (Thompson) Mary           25
       Houston                 8
       William                 3
        Philis                76            No Occupation
Spicer, Mollie                24            Domestic
[Phyllis Hampton was living alone in household #1296, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At the time her
real and personal property was valued at $4700, and by 1870, $0.  Phyllis Sutherland Hampton was
apparently the widow of Griggs Hampton.  Calvin Hampton was s/o Alexander Hampton & Jestianna
Fulton who md. on 3/27/1834.  Jestianna was d/o Samuel Fulton.  Calvin Hampton md. Mary Thompson,
parents unknown.]

92.  Hampton, Henry         38 B            Farm Laborer             160
         Lydia              38 M
        Julian              18 M
          Jane              15 M
          Geo.              13 M
         Ellis              14 M
         Nancy               8 M
          John               5 B
         Ellen               5 B
        Elbert               1 B

178.Hampton, Joseph           37            Farmer    2000      2135
   Francis (f)                33
           Guy                13
         Celia                11
        Margie                 5
    King, John                22            Farm Laborer
[Joseph Hampton served as 1st Lt. in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Not much in Service Record, was
stationed in Mercer Co., WV in 1/1862.  Joseph Hampton was s/o Griggs Hampton & Phyllis Sutherland
who md. on 5/20/1811.  Their children were:  Violet b. ca. 1812, Litterell b. 1829, Thomas B. b. 1832,
Joseph T. b. 1834, John b. 1836 and William b. 1839.  Celia & Margie Hampton were daughters of
Thomas B. Hampton who was killed in the Civil War.]

90.  Hampton, Lewis         57 B            Farmer    400       420
     Elizabeth              40 B
         James              10 B
  Greear, Charlotte         60 B            Weaver
 Hampton, Jane              51 B            House Keeper

177.           Hampton, Litrille                    41          Farmer    1000      575
    (Blevins) Nancy           36            Keeping House
          John                16
        Griggs                16
         Chas.                14
       Fidella                12
        Phoebe                 8
     Granville                 2
        Walter              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
Hawkins, Abner                19            Farm Laborer
[Ref. P. 79, Nuckolls, son Kemper Hampton Md. Annie Nuckolls.  This was family #1465, in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Literell Hickerson Hampton s/o Griggs Hampton & Phyllis Sutherland, md.
Nancy Blevins, d/o John & Adeline Blevins. Griggs Hampton was probably s/o Andrew Hampton who was
pioneer settler at Baywood, VA.  Other children were Kemper & Fidella Hampton.  Litrelle served as
Captain of Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry who resigned on 3/31/1863 for disability.  He was b. 12/12/1828 d.
8/28/1906.]

201.  Hampton, Mark           30            Farm Laborer        450
        Martha                39
        Rachel                 3
         Nancy                 2
   Blackburn, Sarah            9
[Mark Hampton served in Co. C, 45th Inf. CSA, enl. on 5/29/1861 at Wytheville, captured at Cloyd's Mtn.
5/9/1864, POW at Camp Chase, exchanged 2/25/1865, in Richmond Hospital 3/7/1865, living in Grayson
Co., VA in 1905, then aged 65. Mark Hampton was s/o Wade Hampton & Nancy Robinson who md. on
11/10/1838.]

172.  Hampton, Mina           23            Farm Laborer
      Angeline                19
     Elizabeth                 3
        Tamsey                 1
[Mina Hampton was SGT in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Mina or Mincey was the son of Wade
Hampton & Nancy Robinson and was part of family #1462 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

171.  Hampton, Wade           51            Farmer    1000      713
   (Robinson) Nancy           53
       Litrill                21
        Jasper                18
      Caroline                17
      Rosamond                12
        Tamsey                10
[This was family 1462 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Wade Hampton md. Nancy Robinson on
11/10/1838.  Their other children were:  Rachel b. 1842, Elizabeth b. 1844, Phyllis b. 1845, Mina b. 1846,
Julia b. 1848.]

276.    Hanks, Lacy           40            Farm Laborer                          VA
(Shepherd) Charlotte          40
          Ezra                18            Farm Laborer
       Orville                13
    Marion (m)                 8
         Floyd                10            (idiotic)
[Lacy Hanks Md. Charlotte Shepherd, 5/5/1850.  This family was likely from Carroll Co. and moved away
soon after this census was taken.]

247.          Harrison, Jeremiah                    46          Farmer    300       100          NC
       Rebecca                37            Keeping House
       Matilda                17
       William                16
         Eliza                14
      Jeremiah                12
        Hardin                10
     Jefferson                 7
         Laura             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[This was family 588 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

153.            Hawkins, Abraham                    38          Farm Laborer        300  120
         Susan                36
         Nancy                14
        Andrew                12
          Rosy                11
          Robt                10
         Celia                 6
          John                 4
        Phoebe                 1
       William                84
     Elizabeth                69                                             NC

98. Hawkins, Calvin           30            Farm Laborer
    (Simcock) Polly           34
       Bluford                 9
       Mary J.                 5
       Joel R.                 2
[Calvin Hawkins, s/o Bluford Hawkins & Lydia Love Md. (1) Polly Jane Simcock, d/o Joel Simcock & Sally
Perry (see Family 94, above), 7/4/1858.  Calvin Hawkins served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisted
6/24/1861, taken POW at Waynesboro 3/2/1865, sent to Fort Delaware 3/12/1865, released 6/20/1865.
Light Complexion, Brown Eyes, 5'7'.  Bluford Hawkins (b. 1811) & Lydia Love (b. 1814) md. on 9/13/1838.
Their other children were:  John b. 1843, Burton b. 1845, Freeling b. 1847 who served in Co. K, 51st VA
Infantry and transferred to Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion CSA, Ruth b. 1849, William b. 1844 Enl. in
Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA and was detailed as a teamster, Tobias b. 1849, Abner b. 1851 and Bluford b.
1853.  Bluford Hawkins, Sr. was s/o Burton Hawkins & Ruth Sexton who md. on 9/4/1810.  Ruth Sexton
was d/o Prior Sexton who came to Grayson Co. to take up bounty land due from service in the American
Revolution.]

99.   Hawkins, John           26            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                23
       Bluford                 5
         James                 3
         Sarah                 1
   Hale, Clara                63            No Occupation
[Clara Hale was in family 249 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, at which time she was listed with a
daughter Elizabeth, age 13, no doubt, Elizabeth, wife of John Hawkins.  John Hawkins was s/o Bluford
Hawkins and Lydia Love.  Elizabeth may have been a Hale.  Bluford Hawkins, above, called Bud, was a
well known carpenter.  James Hawkins was also a carpenter and millwright who built and operated a grist
mill on Peach Bottom Creek for many years.]

204.  Hicks, Louisa           34            Keeping House                         NC
         Orpha                 5                                             NC
         Thos.                 3                                             NC
[Louisa Hicks moved to Grayson Co., VA ca. 1868.]

141.Higgins, Andrew           25            Farmer               220         NC
        Phoebe                22
     Griggs H.                29            Farm Laborer              100
[Andrew and Griggs were brothers, sons of Golman and Amanda Higgins, and part of household 685 in
the 1860 Alleghany Co., NC Census.  Andrew & Griggs H. Higgins both served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry,
CSA.  Griggs was wounded at Mt. Zion Church, GA on 6/22/1864 and lost a leg.  He later moved to Cherry
Lane, Alleghany Co., NC.]

129.Higgins, Edward         24 B            Farm Laborer                          NC
Hewlett, Polly              29 B            House Keeper                          NC
         Chas.              24 B            Farm Laborer

251. Higgins, H. E.           31            Farmer    600       290
        Luzena                22
      Thos. L.                 4
       Mary G.                 2
      Sally L.                 1
[Though not certain, H. E. may be Houston Higgins (b. ca. 1839), s/o Thomas (b. 1803) & Mary Higgins (b.
1817).  H. E. Higgins served as 4th Sgt. in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862.]

183.            Higgins, Jackson                    41          Farmer    3000      1690
   (Cox) Sarah                37            Keeping House
         Nancy                15
       Solomon                13
        Arbela                11
       Malinda                 9
         Ellen                 7
         Cenia                 5
          Vina                 3
          Mary                 1
[Jackson Higgins, s/o Vinson & Jane Higgins, born Ashe Co., NC, Md. Sarah Cox, B. Carroll Co., VA, d/o
Enoch & Nancy Cox, 10/22/1854 in Carroll Co., VA.  Jackson Higgins, was living in family 536 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA, with Jane Higgins, his mother.  He was married at the time and had children Nancy,
Solomon and Arabela.  Jackson & Sarah had 3 additional children born after 1870:  Mary E., Laura B., &
Fannie Fidella.  Jackson Higgins served as 2nd Lt. in The Grayson Guards, (Capt. B. F. Cooper's Co.),
CSA.]

252.            Higgins, Spencer                  38 M          Miller      56      150
      Margaret              32 M            Keeping House
       Ellis M               6 M
 Emmazette (f)               5 M
    William L.               3 M
      Etter B.            5/12 M            (B. Jan  1870)
    Biddle, Mary J.         15 W            Domestic                         TN
   Cochram, Haywood         30 B            Farm Laborer                          NC

254. Higgins, Thos.           67            Farmer              850
          Mary                53            Keeping House
       Fidella                16
     Hardin P.                29            Farm Laborer        2800
 Cox, Caroline                14
Cline, William                14            At School
 Cooley, Rufus                14            Farm Laborer
Higgins, Sylva                19
        Emmett                 4
        Thomas                 1
       William              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[This was family #565 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.  Other children were Thomas & Mary
Higgins were:  Nancy b. 1833, Jane b. 1835, Frances b. 1837, Houston b. 1839, Martha b. 1843, Mary b.
1845, and Amelia b. 1849.  This family moved to Grayson Co. about 1834.]

346.   Hill, Arthur           73            Farmer    450       180
(Patton) Nancy                74            Keeping House
     Arthur F.                24            Farm Laborer
[Arthur Hill Md. Nancy Patton, 2/20/1820.  There is little doubt that this family was #732 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census, however, no Arthur F. Hill is listed, but a Foster A. Hill, age 14, is listed in that
document.  Arthur Hill's other children were:  Cenia b. 1827, Talleyrand b. 1835, Martha b. 1837, Frances
b. 1839 and Jane b. 1842.  Jane Hill, b. 1795 at one time live with the family and she may have been
Arthur's old maid sister.]

340.     Hill, John           24            Farm Laborer        220  110
        Martha                23
    Lucinda E.                 1
[John Hill was s/o Robert (b. 1822) & Sarah Hill (b. ca. 1821).  John's siblings included:  Sophia b. 1843
and Mary b. 1845.]

344.Hill, Margarett           71            Keeping House
       Matilda                50
       William                14            Farm Laborer
          Jane                75            No Occupation
[Margaret Hill was widow of Thomas Hill (b. 1797).  Her children were:  Nancy who md. Harvey Carrico,
Matilda b. 1824, Isabella b. 1826, Leftwich b. 1833, Thomas b. 1835 and Elizabeth b. 1838.  Leftwich was
living in the home of John Perry, family #72, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William
was probably s/o Matilda Hill.  Jane Hill may have been sister of Arthur & Thomas Hill.]

71.   Hill, Thos B.           36            Farmer    300       175
  (Patton) Sarah C.           29
         Laura                12
          Jane                10
        Thomas                 8
      Columbus                 4
         Nancy                 6
        Alfred             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[Thomas B. Hill served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  This was family 475, 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Thomas Blair Hill, Jr. was s/o Thomas & Margaret Hill (see family #344, Old Town District, 1870
Grayson Co., VA Census.)  Thomas Hill md. Sarah Caroline Patton, d/o Johnson Patton & Catherine
"Kitty" Carrico, on 4/9/1857.  Thomas and Sally are buried in the Hill Cemetery on Stevens Creek.
Thomas & Sally had two other children - named Sarah Ann Hill and Leona Alice Belle Hill.  Thomas served
in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, enlisting on 4/19/1863 at Saltville and deserted at Big Springs,
Tennessee on 9/6/1863.]

15. Hoback, Jno. S.           33            Farmer    2000      700
       Matilda                34
         Henry                 5
     Sylvester                 3
        Marion                 1

196.            Holcomb, William                    24          Farm Laborer                          NC
          Mary                40
        Monroe                 2

24.Holderfield, Isaac              62       Farm Laborer        150  200          NC
 (Ring) Rachel                66
         Issac                17
    Ring, Rachel E.            9
[Isaac Holderfield, s/o Valentine & Sarah Holderfield, Md. Rachel Ring, d/o Abraham & Elizabeth Ring,
12/22/1859.  This was family 246 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA.]

228.     Holderfield, William B.                    43          Farm Laborer                          NC
 (Fortner) Lydia C.           31                                             VA
       Mary M.                14            At School
      Eliza J.                12
       Geo. W.                 8
      Sarah C.                 6
      Columbus                 4
       John H.             10/12            (B. Aug. 1869)
[William B. Holderfield, Md. Lydia C. Fortner, d/o J. Fortner, 9/12/1855.  This was family 529 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  William B. Holderfield served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA
Infantry, CSA.  He enlisted on 4/6/1862 at Moccasin Gap, Scott Co., VA bur deserted on 6/26/1864 and
took the oath of alliegance at Chattanooga on 7/16/1864.]

124.     Isom, Hugh           54            Farmer    100       170
 (South) Cenia                33
     Elizabeth                 4
  Hodge, James                 7
  Brannock, Cordile           11
[Hugh Isom Md. Cenia South, d/o John South, 12/14/1849, but perhaps not this couple or else Cenia's age
is incorrect, but in family 580 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, Hugh Isom was living in the same
household as Cena C. Brannock, age 23, Nancy Brannock, age 4, and Cordelia Brannock, age 1 and fully
appears to be the same family.]

226.        Jennings, Allen, Jr.                    25          Farm Laborer
       Lucinda                30
          Emma                 3
      Cornelia                 1
[It would appear that Allen Jennings was the son of Luke Jennings, in household 225, above.  It would
seem that the appelation, Jr. was to distingish him from the older Allen Jennings in household 221.  Allen
served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, enlisting at Camp Jackson on 5/15/1862.]

221.Jennings, Allen           39            Miller    800
       Adeline                33            Keeping House
    William H.                12            At School
     Alexander                 9
         Nancy                10            At School
       John H.                 3
          Mary                 1
[This was family 497 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Allen Jennings served in Co. C, 45th VA
Cavalry, CSA, or at least he was on a pay roster of this unit then no further record.  Allen Jennings served
in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry.]

181.            Jennings, Andrew                    23          Farm Laborer               90
     Elizabeth                28
        Lozena                 2
     Margarett              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)

180.          Jennings, Jeremiah                    70          Farmer    2000      4636
(Robinson) Margarett          67
  Myers, Sally                51            Domestic                         TN
    Bourn, Thornton           30            Farm Laborer                          NC
    Jackson, Ann E.           23            Domestic                         NC
         Emily              12 B
         Lundy              10 B
     Henderson               9 B
      Crockett               7 W
     Charlotte               6 B
[Jeremiah Jennings Md. Margarett Robinson, d/o John Robinson, 9/2/1826.  This was family 499 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Thornton Bourn was s/o Thornton & Lydia Bourne (Family #105, Old
Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.)  Thornton served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting
on 7/27/1861 and surrendered with General Lee at Appomattox C.H. on 4/9/1865.  Jeremiah Jennings
was a prosperous merchant and probably from Carroll Co., VA.]

379.Jennings, Jesse           29            Farmer    500       180          NC
         Sally                25            Keeping House                         TN
       Fleming                 5                                             VA
          John                 3                                             VA
  Carson, Mary                25            Domestic                         NC
    Edwards, Carter           14                                             NC
[James Jesse Jennings served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enl. 5/29/1861 in Wytheville, VA, recieved
reenlistment bonus 4/20/1862, received clothing 4th qtr 1864.  They were living in Tazwell Co., VA in 1909
where he died on 5/1/1919.  James Jesse Jennings, s/o Solomon & Sally Jennings.  Jesse's siblings were:
Frances b. 1837, Patsy b. 1838, John b. 1841 who served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry CSA, Luke b. 1844
and William b. 1849.]

127. Jennings, Luke           22            Farm Laborer        400  110
          Jane                25
          Isom                 8
         Jesse                 5
Roseberry, Elizabeth          18            Domestic

225. Jennings, Luke           63            Farmer    3000      1210
         Susan                62            Keeping House
    Oglesby, Westly         27 B            Farm Laborer
[This was family 528 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Luke Jennings was s/o Presley & Nancy
Jennings, md. (1) Celia Leonard, d/o Obdeiah, in 1828.  Celia d. in 1851 and Luke md. (2) Susan Farmer,
d/o William Farmer, 9/22/1852.  Luke d. 1884 and is buried by his first wife in Carroll Co., VA.  Luke
Jennings' children were:  Hannah b. 1831, Jeremiah b. 1833, David b. 1835, Obediah b. 1837, Nancy b.
1839, Margaret b. 1841, John b. 1843, Allen b. 1844 and Andrew b. 1848.]

174.           Jennings, Winston                  44 B          Farm Laborer
        Minnie              17 B
        Austin              15 B
         Emily              13 B
     Landy (m)              12 B
     Henderson               9 B
      Crockett               8 B
     Charlotte               6 B
      Darthula               2 B

289.         Johnson, William W.                    28          Trader                           NC
       Rebecca                32
         Nancy                 7
       Mary M.                 5
        Martha                 3
    William M.                 1
       John O.              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
 Carson, Susan                19            Domestic
  Robinson, Jno. M.           22            Merchant            544

80.Jones, Geo.                30            Farm Laborer
        Martha                28
          Mary                14
  Faulkner, William           12
         Eliza                10
  Jones, Terry                 8
     Alexander                 7
        Samuel                 4
         Sally              1/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
 Fisher, Sally                26            Weaver
Faulkner, Geo.                 7

376.  Jones, George         25 B            Farm Laborer
         Patsy              30 B
        Elvira              14 B
       Melvina              12 B
       Lucinda               9 B
          Jane               7 B
   Fleanda (f)               3 B
[This is a family which, in slave days, belonged to Minitree Jones.]

304. Jones, Hillary           52            Farmer              234          NC
  (Stone) Elizabeth           48
         Celia                24
          Mark                24            Farm Laborer
         Ellen                18
       Matilda                14
          Geo.                14
       William                 8
        Robert                 7
[Hillary Jones Md. Elizabeth Stone, d/o Jarl Stone, 10/24/1844.]

377. Jones, Malinda           41            Keeping House            260
     Martha E.                18
      Darthula                16
    William L.                14            Farm Laborer
        Robert                12            At School
      James R.                 8
     Allice B.                 1
[Malinda was widow of Minitree Jones, Jr., (Minitree Jones IV) s/o Major Minitree Jones & Nancy Golden.
Major Minitree Jones was s/o an older Minitree Jones who died while serving in the Virginia Legislature in
1821.  Minitree Jones, Jr. md. Malinda Ring on 7/16/1850.  Minitree Jones d. ca. 1869.]

357.Jones, Minitree           78            Farmer    3000      770
 (Blair) Celia                46            Keeping House
      Thos. M.                21            Farm Laborer
[This was Family 324 Family in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Minitree Powell Jones b. 2/6/1792 d.
1873, md. (1) Nancy Golden, parents unknown.  Minitree Jones md. (2) Celia Blair, d/o John Blair &
Charity Bourne on 12/15/1842.  Minitree Jones' children were:  Minitree Jones, Jr., Charity Jones b. 1844,
Sally Jones who md. John Isom, Elizabeth Jones who md. Alfred Hale (d. 1854) s/o John Hale, Polly
Beamer who md. Andrew Beamer, and Thomas M. Jones b. 1849.
The Will of Minitree Jones, Sr. who was actually Minitree Jones, III, as his father and grandfather were
also named Minitree.  Names mentioned as heirs were:  Thomas M. Jones, a grandson, Minitree Jones
Delp, wife Celia (d/o John Blair and Charity Bourne.)  Daughter Sally Isom widow of John Isom, Elizabeth
Hale, widow of Alfred Hale, Polly Beamer, wife of Andrew Beamer, and one part for the children and
grandchildren of deceased son Minitree Jones (Minitree Jones IV) to wit:  Martha Williams, Dorthula,
Robert and James Jones.  Three daughter's and children of deceased Minitree Jones.  Also named is a
little namesake Minitree Jones Fulton.  This will was written on 5/3/1873 and proven 5/26/1873.
The estate of his father Minitree Jones who died at Richmond, VA in 1821 listed heirs, Churchwell Jones
$1175.26; Mary Poole $792; William Golden $905; Alfred Swift $530; Samuel Fulton $536.91; Minitree
Jones, Jr. $1284.04; John Robinson $60; and Elizabeth Jones $1253.  Total 7060.96.
Alfred Swif, s/o Flower Swift md. Nancy Jones on 1/18/1816; William Golden md. Lucy Jones on
5/26/1812; Samuel Fulton md. Martha Powell Jones 10/7/1800; Churchwell Jones md. (1) Juley Joens
12/5/1811 (they may have been first cousins.)  Churchwell Jones was s/o Abner Jones (1767-1856) &
Hannah Fawbush (1769-1824) who md. on 5/6/1788.]

262. Kegley, Elijah           59            Farmer    1800      400]
     Elizabeth                54            Keeping House
     Alexander                23            Farm Laborer
     Margarett                20
  Swain, Frank                22            Farm Laborer
       Francis                24
         Sarah                 4
         Nancy                 3
        Joseph              3/12            (B. Mar 1870)
[This appears to be family 516 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA. and moved to Grayson Co. from Wythe Co.
in the 1850s.]

258.  Kegley, Henry           30            Farm Laborer        130  220
      Victoria                20            Keeping House
         Nancy                 2
     Margarett              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[Victoria was probably the daughter of James W. and Margaret Williams, family #549, in the 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.  Henry appears to be the son of Elijah and Elizabeth Kegley, in family #516, 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

260. Kegley, Joseph           63            Farmer    1400      500
         Nancy                54            Keeping House
      Rhody J.                24
Edwards, James                23            Farm Laborer
 Bumgardner, Doctor           13
 Kegley, Oscar                 4
[This was family 514 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

261.   Kegley, Levi           34            Farm Laborer
       Mary J.                28
      Sarah A.                 8
        Cicero                 5
         Laura                 2
        Joseph              8/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[This was family 517 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi Kegley served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

167.  King, William           42            Farm Laborer             120          NC
        Zilpha                41                                             NC
          John                21                                             NC
       Rebecca                20            Weaver                           NC
        Martha                18            Domestic                         VA
        Joseph                16
        Thursa                14
         Sally                14
          Mary                12
        Darcus                10
     Elizabeth                 6
        Samuel                 4
        Andrew                 1
[This was family 631 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William King served in the Grayson Co. Militia,
and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  He was wounded at Resaca, GA in 5/1864 and was granted a
pension in Grayson Co., VA in 1900.]

203.   Kirby, James           48            Farmer    800       350          NC
         Cenia                51                                             VA
        Bryson                22                                             NC
      Rosamond                10                                             VA
         James                 9                                             VA
[This would appear to be family 555 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Kirby served in the
Grayson Co. Milita and in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

245.    Kirby, John           34            Farm Laborer
         Eliza                36
Callowhill (m)                13            At School
     Catherine                12            At School
        Monroe                11            At School
      Winfield                 9            At School
         Laura                 7
     Elizabeth                 5
        Daniel              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[This was family 598 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Kirby served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA,
per History of Grayson Co. In Words and Pictures, though not found in Compiled Service Records of
Confederate Soldiers.  It does, however seem that he served in CO. C, 63rd VA Infantry and transferred to
C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.]

263.  Larrow, Lewis           75            Farmer    1000      370
    (Stoneman) Mary           69            Keeping House
     Tacey (f)                32
       Mark D.                31            Farm Laborer
[Lewis Larrowe Md. Mary Stoneman, 9/10/1818.  Ref. P. 205, Nuckolls, Mary Stoneman d/o Dr. Joshua
(James?) Stoneman, Quaker physician from Philadelphia, PA.  Mary and her sister Elizabeth were an
herb doctors and attended the sick.  Lewis had a brother named Jesse.  Dr. Stoneman had a son Mark D.
Stonman who md. Elizabeth Davis, d/o William Davis on 12/2/1839.]

271.Larrow, Madison           43            Farmer    800       300          VA
[His full name was James Madison Larrow and was employed by William B. Dickenson, a merchant in
1850.  He served in Co. C, 29th VA Infantry, CSA, enlisting on 7/25/1861 in Carroll Co. He was taken
prisoner at Southside R.R. on 4/1/1863, sent to Hart's Island, NY where he was held until 6/20/1865.

138.          Lawson, Dodson, J.                    41          Farm Laborer                          NC
     Catherine                31
         Jacob                10
         Julia                 8
        Joseph                 6
        Martha                 3
        Andrew              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Julia Lawson Md. Stephen Boyer, s/o Stephen Boyer & Polly Busick, 6/11/1882.]

307.Lawson, William           64            Farm Laborer
    Tamer? (f)                60            keeping House

316. Leonard, Ellis           24            Farm Laborer
         Lydia                21
        Robert                 2
      Adolphus                 1
[Ellis Leonard was s/o Greenberry George McKenzie, family #314, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.]

314.           Leonard, G. G. M.                    62          Farmer    600       200
  (Ballard) Eleanor           54
         James                17
    Bartlett, Ellen           13            Domestic
[Greenberry George McKenzie Leonard, s/o William Leonard & Mary H. "Polly" McKenzie, Md. Eleanor
Ballard, d/o Amos Ballard, 12/27/1832.  Mary McKenzie was d/o Greenberry McKenzie & Rebecca Blair.
Rebecca Blair was d/o Thomas & Mary Blair and sister of John Blair who served many years in the
Virginia State Legislature.  Greenberry & Rebecca McKenzie moved to Tennessee.  Thomas & Mary Blair
were from Scotland, and he served in the British Army during the American Revolution.  This was family
486 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children no longer at home were:  Minerva J. b. 1834,
Evelina b. 1836, Leroy b. 1838, Ellis L. b. 1840, Jefferson W. b. 1841, John K. b. 1845, and William b.
1849.  Three children did not survive childhood.]

315. Leonard, Leroy           32            Farm Laborer
         Ellen                21
     Albert A.                 1
[Leroy A. Leoanrd, was the son of Greenberry G. M. and Eleanor Leonard, and was part of family #486,
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

310. Leonard, Polly           78            Keeping House            100
        Louisa                44
[Polly may have been family #489 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Polly was the widow of WIlliam
Leonard (b. 1792) and mother of Greenberry G. M. Leoanrd above.  Other children were:  Louisa b. 1828,
Celia b. 1829, James b. 1830 and probably Lydia b. 1830.]

236.           Liddle, Elizabeth                    51          Keeping House       1500 320     England
      Jonathan                21            Farm Laborer                     England
          John                18                                             VA
      Thos. C.                16
        Joshua                13
       Michael                11
[This family migrated to Virginia ca. 1851 and to Grayson Co., VA after 1860.]

274.           Linville, Jas. D.                    32          Shoe Maker               250          IN
     Leatha E.                23                                             VA
[Name could possible be transcribed Swindle.]

273.           Linville, Rebecca                    66          Keeping House            100          VA
     Elizabeth                26            At Home                          IN
          Mary                24                                             IN
[Name could possible be transcribed Swindle.]

4.   Livesay, David           54            Farmer    700       500
          Mary                51            Keeping House
       Orville                16
         Julia                14
         James                 9
          Mary                 7

16.Livesay, Isaac M.          36            Farmer    1200      100
     Elizabeth                37
   Shoop, John                73            Cooper
[This was family 425 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

5. Livesay, Stephen           22            Farm Laborer        200

163.  Lowe, Elam R.           26            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Sophina                25
        Newell                 3
        Julina                 2
        Almeta                 1
Murphy, Mahala                40            Domestic  300
[Elam Lowe may actually Elias Lowe, who served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA.]

270.Lowe, Elijah W.           64            Farmer    1400      320          NC
  (Lundy) Catherine           59                                             VA
    Barker, William           40            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Rosamond                37                                             VA
Lundy, Joannah                81            No Occupation                         NJ
[Elijah Lowe md. Catherine Lundy, d/o Joannah Lundy on 11/22/1829.  Joannah Lundy came here with the
Quaker migration from NJ in the late 18th century and was part of the Quaker community on Coal Creek.
Other Lundys were Aaron b. 1779, Amos and John.  Amos was probably Joannah's husband.]

186.   Lowe, Elisha           54            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Susan                56            Keeping House                         NC
         Sarah                16                                             NC
[The Lowe family came to Grayson County in the mid-1850s from Low Gap, Surry Co., NC.  The name of
that landmark probably should be Lowe Gap.  Other children were Columbus b. 1836, Thomas b. 1838,
Elijah b. 1842, Polly b. 1839, and Stephen b. 1848.]

193.  Lowe, Stephen           22            Farm Laborer
         Bulia                29
        Cox C.                 2
           Eli              6/12            (B. Dec. 1869)
[Stephen Lowe was s/o Elisha and Susan Lowe in family #186, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

233.   Lundy, C. O.           53            Farmer    300       200
 (Trimble) Caroline           47
      Rosamond                19
      Columbus                17
     Charlotte                15
         Sarah                13
    Churchwell                11
         James                10
        Emmett                 6
[Churchwell Oglesby Lundy served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves CSA.  Churchwell O. Lundy was s/o Amos
Lundy (b. 1792 - d. 1/22/1859) & Mary "Polly" Bedsaul (b. 1800 d. 1885).  Mary Bedsaul was d/o Elisha
Bedsaul.  Amos Lundy was s/o John Lundy & Rebecca Silverthorn, both from Quakers from NJ.
Churchwell Oglesby Lundy was b. 10/14/1818 & md. Caroline Ward Trimble b. 12/11/1821 d. 8/26/1902.
They had 10 chlidren, the best remembered in the late 20th century is one, Emmitt, an excepttionally good
fiddler, who leared from G. G. M. Leoanrd.]

30.    Lundy, Elias           58            Farmer    1350      662
          Jane                58
        Lavina                25
        Melisa                22
    William W.                16            At School
         Aaron                94            No Occupation                         NJ
        Mahala                81                                             VA
[Melisa A. Lundy Md. W. H. Carrico, s/o J. S. & L. Carrico, 11/14/1879.  This was family 353 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elias and Jane had two other children, Sarah b. 1844 and Helen b. 1850.
Aaron & Mahala were probably Elias' parents.]

269.    Lundy, John           42            Farm Laborer         50  100
   (Wright) Matilda           40            Keeping House
       Malinda                16
         Miles                13
       Frances                11
         Clark                 9
       Fielden                 6
         Ellen                 4
[John Lundy, s/o John Lundy & Polly Bedsaul, Md. Matilda Wright, 8/10/1847.  This was family 532 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Fielden was a well known fiddler with his first cousin Emmitt Lundy.]

29.Lyons, Azarlah (m)              45       Farm Laborer
        Zilpha                41
      Virginia                14
            Wm                13            At School
         Laura                12            At School
         Nancy                10            At School
      Margaret                 7            At School
          Emma                 5
     Elizabeth                 2
         Sarah                 1
        Thursa                 6
[Virginia Lyons, Md. Joseph M. Hall, s/o Geo. & Louisa Hall, 2/25/1875; Laura Lyons Md. David Lemons,
s/o John Lemons, 10/8/1880; Nancy B. Lyons Md. C. H. Sexton, s/o M. W. & J. Sexton, 11/6/1880.
Azarlah Lyons served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA.  This appears to be a duplication of family 162 in the
Elk Creek District.  Other children were Wiley b. 1846, Miles Foy b. 1848 who md. (1) Betty Fulton
Fredeking, d/o Hastings Fulton, 12/15/1877 and md. (2) Ellen Dickey widow of E. P. Dickey on
11/29/1879, Alexander b. 1849, and Mary A. 1852.  Miley Foy Lyons served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves
CSA.]

345.           Lyons, William S.                    55          Blacksmith                            NC
      Sarah E.                54            Keeping House
        Alfred                 7
         Nancy                 6
      Bartlett                25            Farmer    400       150
    William F.                21
     Elizabeth                22
      Sarah R.                19
   Mafa D. (m)                11
  Roten, Nancy                50
Bartlett, Elizabeth           76            No Occupation                         NC
[This seems to be family 539 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census; though there are some discrepancies
in the names listed above with those listed in 1860.]

65. Mallory, Alfred           26            Farmer    700       300
   (Hale) Elizabeth           24
      Eddie J.                 3
          Mary              5/12            (B. Jan. 1870)
[A. S. Malloy served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862 AWOL 10/26/1864.  Ref. P. 138,
Nuckolls, Elizabeth Hale, d/o Johnston Hale & Caroline Osborne Md. Alfred Mallroy.  Alfred S. "Alf" Mallory
b. 11/12/1842 d. 1/25/1903, was s/o Joel Mallory and Sarah "Sally" Carrico.  Elizabeth Hale Mallory was b.
3/11/1846 d. 8/6/1921, and both are buried on their homepalce at Iron Mountain.  Alfred & Betty had 5
children, Ellis who died in infancy and is buried in the Atkins Memorial Cemetery, Eddie J. md. William T.
"Bill" Porter, s/o T. & S. Porter; Mary Ann "Mollie" Mallory md. Robert E. Lee "Bob" Carrico, s/o Creed
Carrico & Rosamond Vaughan.  After Molllie's death, Bobb Carrico md. (2) Murl A. Lyons, d/o Alfred
Lyons & Jane Swinney.  Emma Brooke Mallory md. William A. Boyer, s/o Ephraim Boyer & Tobitha C.
Tomlinson.  Medoria Clyde "Dora" Mallory never married and died at age 21.]

60.   Mallory, Jno.           28                      250       375
       Malinda                24
[John Mallory appears to be John Malloy s/o Thomas and Mary Malloy, family 747, 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  John Mallory was s/o Thomas (b. 1804) and Polly Mallory (b. ca. 1817).  John served in Co. C,
29th VA Infantry and surrendered at Appomattox C.H. on 4/15/1865.]

354.            Mallory, Joel H.                    66          Famrer    1000      700
    (Carrico) Sarah           77
      Julia A.                33
       Francis                23
[This family appears to be the same as family #553 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joel H. Mallory,
(b. 10/7/1803 d. 1/8/1876) was very probably the s/o Thomas H. Mallory & Nancy Byrd.  Sarah Carrico
Mallory b. 1/14/1799 d. 1/20/1874 was d/o Peter Carrico.  Joel & Sarah Mallory are buried in the little
Mallory Cemetery adjacent to the Atkins Memorial Church Cemetery.  Joel & Sarah had 7 children:  Nancy
W. who md. Granville Boyer; Malinda who md. Alfred G. Bartlett; Elvira Eliza who md. Elam Defriece; Julia
Ann b. 11/12/1836 d. 5/18/1875 and md. Martin Moore b. 10/22/1844 d. 8/12/1924; David Crockett Mallory
b. 3/2/1840 d. 5/26/1911 served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, wounded at Gettysburg and lost his leg, later
held public office and was proprietor of a store at the Falls of Peach Bottom Creek.  David Crockett
Mallory md. (1) Sarah J. "Jenny" Bryant (b. 7/22/1847 d. 4/14/1885), d/o Stephen & Amaza Bryant, on
8/28/1871.  David Crockett Mallory md. (2) Rebecca V. Hale, d/o Alfred Hale.  Emeline Frances Mallory b.
10/26/1847 d. 7/10/1921 md. Orville A. Swinney, s/o David Swinney & Mary Wright on 5/27/1878.  She is
buried in the Liberty Hill Methodist Church Cemetery.]

59.Mallory, Stephen           26            Farm Laborer        250
     Elizabeth                31
[Stephen Mallory may have been the s/o Thomas and Mary Malloy, family 747, 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Stephen served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, was wounded at Chickamauga on 9/20/1863
and retired to the Invalid Corps on 9/12/1864.]

355. Mallory, Thos.           61            Farm Laborer        400  275
   (Byrd) Mary                52
       Ellenor                23
       Morning                14
      Nicholas                14
[Thomas Mallory Md. Mary Byrd 10/6/1836.  This was family 747 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Their children were:  Elizabeth b. 1838, Daniel b. 1840 who served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry CSA and
drown in the Gauley River on 8/24/1861, John b. 1842, Samuel b. 1844, Stephen b. 1845, Eleanor b.
1847, Jaems b. 1849 and George b. 1853.]

337.  Mancus, Eliza           66            Keeping House       250               NC
     Elizabeth                17            At Home

126.            Mathews, Bradley                    38          Farmer              150          NC
       Malinda                38                                             NC
     Elizabeth                16                                             NC
       John H.                13                                             NC
          Mary                11                                             NC
        Andrew                 8                                             NC
        Thomas                 6                                             NC
    William B.                 4                                             NC
        Robert                 3                                             NC
         Ellis                 2                                             VA
         Sarah              1/12            (B. May 1870)                         VA
     Elizabeth                62            No Occupation                         NC
[Elizabeth Mathews was probably Bradley Mathews' mother.  This family moved to Grayson Co., VA ca.
1868.]

135. Mathews, James           22            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Sally                17                                             NC
         Alvin                 3                                             NC
[James Mathews was probably related to Bradley Mathews family in household #126, Old Town District,
1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

294.          McCamant, Virginia                    27          Keeping House       3500 300
     Jefferson                25            Aperon ?
  Dickinson, Joseph         65 B            Farm Laborer
        Moriah              54 B            Domestic
     Vince (f)              16 B            Domestic
          Jane              10 B
[Virginia and Jefferson (Thomas J.) McCamant were children of Samuel McCamant, family 452 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA.  Charlotte Virginia McCamant not md. at this time and Thomas Jefferson
McCamant were children of Samuel McCamant and Matilda Dickenson.  Samuel McCamant and Matilda
Bourne had 7 sons, 5 of whom went to Texas.  Matilda Bourne McCamant was d/o William Bourne and
Rosamond Jones.  A son Samuel McCamant, Jr. (b. 6/25/1839 d. 2/26/1863) died during the Civil War
while serving in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Their other children were Alexander b. 1829, James M. b.
1831, John D. b. 1835, William b. 1838, these 5 went to Texas.  Thomas Jefferson McCamant md. Ella
Hale, d/o Peyton & Jane Hale, on 2/26/1874.  Ella Hale McCamant b. 3/20/1854 d. 2/7/1938.  Virginia
McCamant b. 6/4/1841 d. 8/29/1907 md. Charles M. Howard.  Samuel McCamant, Sr. was b. 6/24/1799 d.
12/5/1866 and was an attorney well known in the region at the time.]

34.  McCoy, Morning           57            Keeping House       125
          John                16            Farm Laborer
[This was family 359 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Morning was the former Morning Poole and
wifoe of Joseph W. McCoy, whom she md. on 4/26/1838.  A daughter, Martha A. McCoy b. 1843 md. T. P.
Bedwell, s/o Tobitha on 5/25/1870.  A son Jesse b. 1852 md. Sarah Combs, d/o James Combs on
6/21/1873.]

119. McCrea, Edward         37 B            Farm Laborer
       Evaline              21 B
      Florence            2/12 B            (B. Apr. 1870)

312.           McKenzie, Jas. P.                    32          Farm Laborer
(Williams) Margarett          20
        Fannie              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
[James P. McKenzie, s/o George W. McKenzie & Rebecca Lundy, md. Margaret Williams, d/o James & R.
Williams, 8/30/1866.  George W. McKenzie and Rebecca Lundy were md. on 12/20/1837.  George W.
McKenzie was s/o Greenberry McKenzie and Rebecca Blair.  Rebecca Blair was d/o Thomas & Mary
Blair, pioneers from Scotland who owned the Ironworks on Chestnut Creek.  James P. Waugh McKenzie
served in Co. C, 29th VA Inf., CSA, enl 7/25/1861 in Carroll Co., present at least through 12/1864.  He
was B. 1/5/1838 and D. 12/3/1924, buried in the McKenzie Cemetery near Galax.]

311.           McKenzie, Rebecca                    62          Keeping House       260
         Polly                35
[This was Family 488 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Rebecca was the widow of George W.
McKenzie, who was the s/o Greenberry McKenzie.]

117.            McKnight, Andrew                    37          Farmer    800       530
   (Collins) Darcus           30
         Sarah                16
       Matilda                13
          Joel                10
        Morgan                12
         Nancy                 8
        Fannie                 4
         Kenly                 2
         Chas.              18 B            Domestic
[This was family 638 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew McKnight served in the Grayson Co.
Militia and in Co. C, 63d VA Infantry CSA and was granted a pension in Grayson Co. in 1908.  Andrew
McKnight was s/o Samuel McKnight (b. ca. 1795) and Nancy Welsh (b. ca. 1794) who md. on 8/19/1821.
Their children werre William b. 1838, Matilda b. 1830 in addition to Andrew, who was a well known
minister in the Mountain Union Baptist movement in the post-war New River Valley.  Andrew McKnight
md. Dorcas Collins (b, 4/4/1836 d. 4/14/1909) on 12/30/1852.  Sarah McKnight md. Griggs Hampton;
Matilda McKnight md. Isaiah Rector; Margie McKnight md. William Davis; Joel McKnight md. Sarah
Rector; Nancy McKnight md. Heath Kirby; Fanny McKnight md. Alex Collins; Kenny McKnight md. Ella
Hampton; John McKnight b. 1870 md. Maude Smith; George McKnight b. 1872 md. Cecil  Thornly; Mary
McKnight b. 1874 md. Guy Collins; Belly b. 1876 md. George Shean; Rosa McKnight b. 1878 md. Shulyer
Duncan; Elijah McKnight b. 1879 md. Pearl Hampton and Samuel b. 1881 and died as an infant.]

209.          McKnight, Nicholas                    48          Farm Laborer        1000 150
          John                21
        Andrew                18            Farm Laborer
        Phoebe                14
         Thos.                14
       Matilda                 9
          Mary                 7
[This was family 628 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nicholas' wife in 1860 was Mary, then age 30,
probably dead by 1870.  Nicholas McKnight served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, and in the Grayson Co.
Militia, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862, was b. 6/29/1825 & d. 8/26/1894 in Grayson Co., VA.  Nicholas McKnight
was probably the s/o Samuel McKnight & Nancy Welsh.  Nicholas McKnight had an son, Samuel b. 1847.]

123.           McKnight, William                    42          Farmer    500       200
    Morgan, Matilda           41            Keeping House
         Nancy                75
         Thos.                14
         Polly                 8
  Allen, Sarah              24 B            Domestic                         NC
[This was household 630 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Sarah Allen was probably the d/o Moses
Allen.  William McKnight was s/o Samuel McKnight & Nancy Welsh, who listed listed as living with this
family above.]

303. Milton, Willis           28            Farm Laborer
       Minerva                35            Keeping House
          John                14            Farm Laborer
        Cooper                 2
      Benjamin                 5
       Sophina              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[This family moved into Grayson Co. in the 1860's.]

43. Moore, Allen B.           35            Farm Laborer                          VA
        Martha                32            Keeping House                         MO
     Thomas B.                12                                             MO
         James                 8                                             MO
       John F.                 6                                             MO
     Martin L.                 3                                             MO
          Emma              1/12            (B. May 1870)                         VA
[Allen Moore was s/o Benjamin Moore (b. 1797 in NC) & Susan Barber, who md. on 9/6/1821 (see family
#82, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.)]

82. Moore, Benjamin           72            Farmer    1600      281          NC
(Barber) Susan                68            Keeping House                         NC
 Warrick, Jane                34            At Home             370
         Kenly                10
        Mattie                 7
[Benjamin Moore Md. Susan Barber, 9/6/1821.  Jane Warrick, d/o Benjamin Moore & Susan Barber was
widow of W. R. Warrick who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA was captured near Harper's Ferry, WV
on 7/19/1864 and sent to Union prison at Elmira, NY where he died on 5/22/1865 and is buried in the
Woodlawn Cemetery grave 2801.  This was family 1481 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other
children of Benjamin & Susan Moore were:  Riley b. 1830, Allen b. 1835, Elizabeth b. 1836 and Jane b.
1838.]

44.   Moore, Daniel           71            Farmer    1000      400          NC
        Martha                28            Keeping House
         Polly                22            Domestic
         Celia                10
[Daniel Moore, s/o Isaac Moore (b. ca. 1779) & Sarah Carrico, md. Patsey Hampton (b. 1802) 12/29/1822,
probably deceased by 1870.  This was family 1476 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children
no longer at home were Polly Moore b. 1826, Andrew Hampton Moore b. 1829, Joshua S. Moore b. 1831,
Nimrod Moore b. 1833, Violet Moore b. 1835, Ezra Moore b. 1836, Matilda Moore b. 1842 and Martha
Moore b. 1846.]

166.   Moore, Henry           46            Farm Laborer                          NC
     Elizabeth                41                                             NC
         Archy                19            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Angars                16                                             NC
        Martha                14                                             NC
         Eliza                11                                             NC
     Elizabeth                 7                                             NC
     Pendleton                 2                                             NC

382.  Moore, Huldah           62            Keeping House            100
       Lucinda                38
         Nancy                39
     Joseph D.                10                                             NC
      Isaac T.                 7                                             NC
[This may have been family 761 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mahulda Moore was d/o William
Carrico and widow of Thomas Moore b. 1800, whom she md. on 2/27/1827.  Their children were Nimrod
b. 1830, Nancy b. 1831, Violet b. 1833 who md. William Wheeler, s/o Charles Wheeler on 1/7/1862.
William Wheeler served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA and died of pneumonia in a Richmond, VA hospital
on 3/14/1863.  Elizabeth Moore b. 1836, Rev. Isaac Moore b. 1838 who served in Co. E, 30th Battalion VA
Infantry, CSA and who md. Elizabeth Jane Swinney.  Martha Moore b. 1840 d. 6/7/1879 in Carroll Co. who
md. Joseph Byrd on 1/11/1867. Lucinda Moore b. 1842 who md. Jeremiah Williams from Rockingham
Co., VA on 1/5/1871, and Mary Jane Moore b. 1844, md. Rev. Weldon "Dock" Williams (d. 1932) on
1/21/1869.  Their eldest child, Rosamond Moore, who died before 1850, md. Jeremiah Shupe.  The Moore
family was from Surry Co., NC.]

76.    Moore, Isaac           62            Farmer    2000
        Uphama                64            Keeping House
    Churchwell                25            Farm Laborer
   Phillips, Rachel           25            Domestic
[This was family #728 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Isaac Moore, Jr., b. 10/28/1808 d.
12/22/1886 was s/o Isaac Moore, Md. Uphamey Jones, d/o Abner Jones, 8/16/1830.  Ref. P. 79, Nuckolls,
Churchwell Fawbush Moore b. 6/19/1841 d. 12/31/1922 Md. (1) Mary A. Nuckolls, d/o Clarke Nuckolls and
Rosa Bourne Hale.  Churchwell F. Moore served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Isaac & Uphama
Moore's other children were Matilda Moore b. 5/11/1831 d. 10/3/1878 who md. Joseph A. Cornett in 1856;
Orville J. Moore b. 1838 d. 6/29/1864 who md. Rosa Hale; Minerva J. Moore b. 1846 md. Creed L. Hanks;
Celia Moore b. 1859 d. before 1870; Spottswood Moore b. 1834 who served as 1st Lt. in Co. C, 8th VA
Cavalry, CSA; and Laura Moore b. 1849.  Rachel Phillips was d/o John (b. ca. 1798) & Polly Phillips (b.
1800).  Her siblings were Sally b. 1833 and David b. 1835 who served in Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

381.   Moore, Isaac           32            Farmer    500       320
     Elizabeth                28
      Wiley M.                 4
     Elmira F.                 2
[Isaac Moore, b. 2/17/1838 d. 11/24/1900, was s/o Thomas Moore & Hulda Carrico.  Elizabeth's identity is
uncertain, but she was probably a Shupe or Swinney.  Elizabeth was b. 4/5/1841 d. 7/16/1906.  She lived
in the home of Benjamin Shupe and Mahala Swinney who md. on 10/9/1846 when Elizabeth was 4.  Isaac
Moore served in Co. E, 30th Battalion VA Infantry, CSA, enlisting on 8/1/1862.  Children were Wiley M.
Moore who moved to PA.  Elmira Frances Moore b. 5/20/1868 d. 5/12/1939 md. William A. Bartlett.
George Thomas Moore b. 1/28/1872 d. 1/11/1945 md. (1) Margaret Funk and md. (2) Betty Shupe.  Sarah
A. "Sally" Moore b. 4/2/1875 d. 11/17/1961 md. (1) Robert Miles Atkins and md. (2) Leavin Vaughan.
John Wesley Moore b. 5/13/1877 d. 1/2/1937 md. (1) Nora Swinney and md. (2) Trucy Robertson.  Orville
Earnest Moore b. 8/19/1879 d. 1/19/1972 md. Lillie Dell Porter.  Willis M. Moore b. 8/1881 d. 1954 md.
Carlas Boyer.]

173.  Moore, Joshua           39            Farmer      50      259
  (Byrd) Ellen                37
        Samuel                14
        Dennis                12
        Fannie                 9
          John                 7
[Joshua Moore served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  Joshua S. Moore
was s/o Daniel (b. 1799) & Patsey Moore (b. 1802).  Joshua md. Ellen Byrd, d/o John Byrd and Eleanor
Atkins.  Samuel Dolphin Moore b. 3/25/1855 md. (1) Betty Hendricks md. (2) Louisa J. Gwyn and moved
to Surry Co., NC.  Dennis Carroll Moore b. 7/9/1857 md. (1) Jane Tolbert and md. (2) Partha Hignly.
Martha Frances "Fannie" Moore b. 3/12/1861 d. 11/24/1899 md. Thomas M. Vaughan.  John J. Moore b.
9/1862 md. Ellen ? and moved to Surry Co., NC.  A still born male child arrived on 4/18/1866.  Kenley
Thomas Moore b. 2/12/1870 md. Cora L. Ayers.]

104.  Moore, Martin           49            Farmer    1000      800
   (Atkins) Minerva           49
         Eliza                19
     Charlotte                10
[Martin Moore, Md. Minerva Atkins, d/o Alexander Atkins & Anna Stone, 7/24/1843; Charlotte E. Moore,
Md. David F. Adams, s/o Elijah & Drucy Adams, 4/3/1877.  This was family 841 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.]

48.   Moore, Reuben           69            Farmer    400       120
(Carson) Ellen                74            Keeping House
       Mary A.                45
         Sarah                35
[Reuben Moore Md. Ellen Carson, 8/14/1824.  Reuben was a brother of Amos Moore.  This was family
338 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

10.    Moore, Riley           66            Farmer    1200      500
  (Hill) Sidney (f)           49
        Martin                25            Farm Laborer
        Weldon                20
         Isaac                18
        Martha                15
Swinney, Nancy                24            House Keeper
[Nancy Swinney was Nancy Porter, d/o Shornberry Porter & Sarah Hill and ex-wife of Stephen Swinney.
Riley Moore was s/o Nimrod Moore, b. 1775 in MD and his wife Mary.  Riley md. (1) Elizabeth Biles, d/o
Daniel Biles, on 9/4/1832 and was the mother of the first 3 children.  Riley md. (2) Sidney Hill.   Martin
Moore b. 10/22/1844 d. 8/12/1924 md. (1) Julia A. Malory, d/o Joel & Sarah Malory, 2/23/1871 md. (2)
Julia Ann Swinney in 1876 and md. (3) Ellen Robertson in 1894; Weldon Moore b. 5/7/1850 d. 6/30/1939
Md. Fanny Vaughn, d/o G. H. & P. A. Vaughn, 4/29/1878; Isaac Moore b. 2/13/1853 d. 9/7/1942 Md.
Evaline Vaughn, d/o G. H. & Mary Vaughn, 2/3/1881; Martha Moore Md. James Fletcher Swinney, s/o D.
& M. Swinney, 9/21/1882.  This was family 777 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children
were:  Daniel Moore b. 1833 who moved to Ohio; Lewis b. 1835 who moved to Ohio; Susan b. 5/16/1837
d. 5/21/1924 md. (1) Anderson Swinney and md. (2) Isaac Moore Swinney, half-brother of Anderson;
Clark b. 1840 who moved to Ohio; Joseph b. 1846; Jane b. 1848.]

235.   Moore, S. D.           36            Merchant  400       2000         VA
  (Bayless) Matilda           29            Keeping House                         TN
         Laura                 4
       Braxton                 2
[Spottswood D. Moore served as 1LT in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enlisted on 4/27/1862, appointed
1st Lt. at Centerville on 5/13/1862.  Rate of Pay $100 per month.  Ref. P. 157 Nuckolls, Spottswood D.
Moore s/o Isom Moore and Euphema Jones.]

78.   Moore, Zilpha           40            Keeping House
    William F.              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
      Aaron F.                13            Farm Laborer
        Daniel                13            Farm Laborer
         Peggy                 9
 Simcock, Bula                89            No Occupation
[Zilpha was the widow of Andrew Moore, s/o Daniel Moore & Deboarh "Patsy" Hampton, family #1478 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Bulah Simcock was Bula Bryant who md. Aaron Simcock on
2/17/1801 and were parents of Zilpha.  Andrew H. Moore served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry and died in a
hospital on 2/1/1863.]
[General note on the Moore Family:  Some of the Moores were not listed in the 1870 Census.  Orville
Moore died in the Civil War of fever.  He md. Rosamond Hale who d. in 1862.  Most of the Moore family
were not in sympathy with the Confederate cause.  Amos Moore befriended two abolitionists, Cook and
Bacon, who came to Grayson Co. in the early 1850s to encourage slaves to desert their homes and follow
the New River to northern states.  With the approach of the Civil War, many of the Moore family moved to
Ohio.]

187.  Murphy, Alvin           24            Farm Laborer        280
         Susan                25
       Matilda                 7
          John                 2
          Rice              4/12            (B. Feb 1870)
[Alvin Murphy was s/o Lewis (b. 1806 in NC) and Nancy Murphy (b. 1806 in NC).  Alvin served in Co. C,
63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

189. Murphy, Calvin           37            Farmer    700       370
         Peggy                30
         Nancy                10
       Emeline                 8
          John                 6
      Franklin                 4
          Lucy                 1
[This was family 591 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Calvin Murphy was s/o Lewis & Nancy
Murphy.]

198.  Murphy, Frank           21            Farm Laborer
       Rebecca                21
       William                 4
[Frank may have been the son of Lewis & Nancy Murphy.]

192.  Murphy, G. B.           54            Farmer    800       280
          Mary                30
       Mary A.                13
      Columbus                10
          Jno.                 7
        Amelia                 3
          Jos.                 1
[This was family 587 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Greenberry Murphy was evidently a confirmed
bachelor for several years.  In earlier years he had Marshall Whittington (b. 1805) and his family as
tenants on his farm.]

217.  Murphy, James           70            Farm Laborer        1000 100
[He appears to have been living in household 592 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Murphy
appears to have been a brother of Lewis Murphy.]

215. Murphy, Jas. M           24            Farm Laborer        344  100
         Sarah                21
       Jas. A.             10/12            (B. Aug, 1869)
[This family lived on Meadow Creek but has not been further identified.]

216.            Murphy, Meredith                    23          Farm Laborer        540  200
       Casanda                26            Keeping House                         NC
        Texana                 2

214.  Murphy, Nancy           65            Keeping House
         Sarah                 9                      300       317
         Lewis                 7
[Nancy Murphy was the wifow of Alvin Murphy.  Their children were:  Rebecca b. 1831, Calvin b. 1832,
Keziah b. 1833, Stephen b. 1837, Rush b. 1841, Alvin b. 1843, Meredith b. 1848 and an unnamed son, b.
1850, who may be Frank listed in household #198, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

378.          Nicholls, Asay (m)                    42          Farm Laborer                          NC
        Martha                42                                             NC
    William H.                16            Farm Laborer                          NC
     Amelia A.                14                                             NC
      Chas. J.                12                                             NC
    Francis N.                 9                                             NC
     Sylvia C.                 7                                             NC
      Asay Mc.                 5                                             NC
      Isaac G.                 2                                             VA

229.  Noblett, John           21            Farm Laborer             180
        Zilpha                20
[John Noblett was the son of Thomas Noblett (b. 1810) and Hannah Brown (b. 1810 in England).  Hannah
was d/o John Brown who migrated to Meadow Creek.  See also household #275, Old Town District, 1870
Grayson Co., VA Census.]

275.Noblett, Thomas           60            Farmer    3000      800          VA
(Brown) Hannah                61                                        England
   Francis (f)                26                                             VA
        Martha                24                                             VA
  Myers, Wiley                24            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Thomas Noblett Md. Hannah Brown, 1/28/1841.  This was family 492 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  The older Noblett ancestors were Isaac and David.  David sold out on 9/4/1817 and he and
Sarah Noblett, along with Lazarus Denny and James Hill sold their land to Abraham Noblett 400 acres on
Meadow Creek.  David moved to White Co., TN, but Abraham fell on hard times and was involved in
considerable legal actions over debts.  Abraham Noblett md. Elizabeth Nuckolls, d/o Ezra Nuckolls on
1/31/1825.  A Jacob Noblett md. Lovina Collins on 10/31/1805.]

278.Nuckolls, Clark           62            Farmer    2500      700
    (Hale) Rosamond           52
        Sophia                22
          Mary                21
     Margarett                17
       Malinda                34
       Stephen                10
         Betty                 8
    William S.                27            Farm Laborer        1000 500
         Susan                24            Keeping House                         AL
[Clark Nuckolls Md. Rosamond Hale, 11/22/1832.  Margaret R. Nuckolls, Md. John A. Ward, s/o L. R. & A.
Ward, 12/12/1871.  Sophia Nuckolls md. Ballard Ward of Wythe Co., VA.  Ballard Ward had md. (1)
Amelia Gwyn of Wythe Co. and after Sophia died he md. (3) Carolina Frances Killinger of Smyth Co.
Malinda Nuckolls never md.; Mary A. Nuckolls md. Churchwell F. Moore s/o Isaac Moore & Euphemia
Jones.  Margaret A. Nuckolls md. John A. Ward, s/o Lilburn Ward & Anna Groseclose.  Stephen Nathaniel
Nuckolls md. Leona M. Cornett, d/o William Cornett & Linnie Mitchell.  This was family 443 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 72-83, Nuckolls, several pages of information on this family.  Clark
Nuckolls' other children were:  Amelia b. 1834, Benjamin Floyd Nuckolls b. 10/20/1838 who md. Mary F.
Goodykoontz, d/o David Goodykoontz on 11/6/1865; Sarah Frances Nuckolls b. 1840 md. Dr. Brutus
Flemming Cooper; William Swift Nuckolls b. 1842 d. 2/1887 who served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA
and moved to Wyoming; Dorthula Gertrude Nuckolls md. (1) Hobert Rogers of Wythe Co. and md. (2)
Albert G. Umbarger; Thomas Fielden Nuckolls who d. 1862 and Elizabeth B. Nuckolls who md. George
W. Todd.]

319. Oglesby, Cadle         44 B            Farm Laborer
     Charlotte              43 B

178.           Oglesby, Nancy P.                    78          Keeping House
[Nancy was living in household #458 with her son Lafayette Oglesby in Grayson Co., VA's Census for
1860.  L. Ogelsby was a dentist with property valued at $9680, making him one of the wealthiest
individuals in the county at the time.  Her children were:  Elizabeth b. 1829, Harden b. 1831 and Lafayette
b. 1833.]

318.           Oglesby, Thos. M.                    42          Farmer    2000      2688         VA
          Evey                41            Keeping House                         NC
    William H.                17            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Albert                15            Farm Laborer                          NC
    Nicholas D                11            Farm Laborer                          VA
      Montague                13            Farm Laborer                          VA
      Alice M.                 9                                             VA
[This was family 485 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Evey was listed inthe 1860 Census as
Melvina, not a great leap.  This family moved to Grayson Co. about 1856.]

232.  Osborn, Floyd           29            Farmer    1800      850          VA
    (Hale) Rosamond           25
       John W.                 3
       Fielden                 1
[Floyd Osborn, b. 9/2/1840, s/o Zach Osborne and Ginsey Burton, Md. Rosamond J. Hale, d/o Warren &
Polly Hale, 3/27/1866.  Floyd Osborn served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA.  Floyd's siblings include:
Allen b. 1831, Sylvia b. 1834, Polly b. 1836, Rebecca b. 1838, Floyd b. 1840, Nancy b. 1842, Phoebe Ann
b. 1844, Preston b. 1846 and Lydia b. 1848.]

207.  Osborn, J. W.           61            Farmer    5000      884          TN
  (Brown) Mary                61            Keeping House                    England
[Jeremiah W. Osborne Md. Mary Brown, d/o John Brown, 11/21/1838.]

360.            Padgett, John A.                    33          Farmer    175       150          NC
 (Bourn) Emily                28
      James C.                 7
    William H.                 5
     Robert C.                 2
[John Alexander Padgett would appear to be the same John A. Padgett, s/o Abraham and Emaline
Padgett, living in Family 552 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This family appears to have been
duplicated in the 1860 Census, and may also be family 1473.  John Alexander Padgett, B. 9/16/1837 D.
12/1/1909, s/o Abraham Padgett and Martha Dianna Johnson, Md. Emily Fielder Bourne, d/o George
Bourn and Nancy Vaughn on 5/18/1862.  She was b. 7/22/1842 D. 4/13/1910.  James Clark Padgett B.
6/17/1863 D. 7/29/1945 Md. Lou Reid Gentry 11/22/1899 B. 2/26/1872 D. 1/30/1956, she was d/o David
Reid Gentry and Loudema A. Thomas.  John A. Padgett had a daughter, Betty Roanna Padgett B.
2/26/1865 and D. 5/13/1865; William Harvey Padgett B. 4/8/1866 D. 1/12/1958 Md. Molly Jackson Corbett
9/1887; Robert C. Padgett B. 2/24/1868 D. 4/7/1913 Md. Isabella Frances Williams on 7/11/1888 B.
4/20/1873 D. 12/2/1912.  John and Emily Padgett also had a dau. after the 1870 census was taken, viz:
Hattie Mae Padgett B. 9/6/1879 D. 5/19/1913, Md. William James Davis on 10/3/1900 B. 3/10/1874 D.
12/8/1963.  Ref. p. 52, Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory 1650-1982 Descendants and Related
Families.]

317.            Padgett, William                    32          Farm Laborer        150               NC
         Nancy                25
          Mary                 5
       Abraham                 4
        George                 1
[William Padgett may have been the son of Abraham and Emaline Padgett, family 1473 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Padgett served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA and was discharged on
1/28/1863 after serving for as a shoemaker at Salem, VA.]

302.Painter, Louisa           34            Keeping House       1600 400
       Chapman                16            Farm Laborer
       Orville                13            Farm Laborer
[It seems that Louisa Painter was the widow of Augustus C. Painter who md. Louisa Anderson on
8/11/1851.]

28.Parks, John                21            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Zilpha                30
      David C.                10
         Sally                 3
[John Parks was probably the s/o Jacob (b. 1816) and Nancy Parks (b. 1820).]

101. Parks, William           26            Farm Laborer        140               NC
         Cenia                25
         Evans              1/12
[William Parks served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, taken POW at Waynesboro, 3/2/1865, taken to Fort
Delaware 3/12/1865, released 6/22/1865, dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, 5'6".]

14.            Patterson, Elvira                  40 B          Keeping House                         NC
          Hugh              18 B            Farm Laborer
     Alexander              12 B
     Margarett              10 B
      Columbus               9 B
    Cabell (m)               6 B
      Harriett               3 B

363.            Patton, Caroline                    42          Keeping House       100
       Cynthia                38
        Martha                34
          Rush                17
         Susan                15
     Charlotte                13
        Casper                11
[Caroline Patton was living in household #751 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  In 1860 Cynthia
Patton was living in the home of Nancy Patton, apparently her mother.  Nancy Patton (b. 1801) was widow
of Thomas Patton (b. 1800) whom she md. on 4/18/1826.  Thomas & Nancy Patton's children were:  Cena
b. 1830, Cynthia b. 1832, Leftwich b. 1833, Creed b. 1836, Martha b. 1838 and Samuel b. 1840.  Leftwich
served in Co. C, 29th VA Infantry was was killed at Middle Creek, KY on 1/10/1862.  It is likely at Caroline,
above was his widow.  Samuel Patton served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry.]

325.            Patton, Columbus                    41          Shoe Maker               100
    (Leonard) Celia           41
       William                16            Farm Laborer
         James                14
          Mary                12
    Otelia (f)                14
[William Patton md. Eliza J. Williams, d/o William Williams & Isabella Mills.  James Frederick Patton, Md.
Sallie C. Williams, d/o William Williams & Isabella Mills, 12/21/1882.  Mary Louisa Patton md. Huey
Lindsey Mooney, s/o John & Sarah Mooney.  This was family 463 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA.
Christopher Columbus Patton served in Companies C & F, 29th VA Inf, CSA, enl. 3/5/1862 in Carroll Co.
in CO. C, later transfered to Co. F, WIA at Drewry's Bluff 5/16/1864, shot through left thigh, hospital at
Richmond until 6/23/1864, furloughed through at least Dec. 1864.  Lum Patton was b. 7/8/1830 and d.
10/8/1910, buried in Ballard Cemetery, near Galax, VA.  Lum Patton md. Celia Leonard, d/o William
Leonard & Mary McKenzie, on 1/19/1854 in Ashe Co., NC.  He was brother of Mumford Patton, in Family
327, and s/o Johnson Patton and Catherine Carrico, family 326, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

330.           Patton, Elizabeth                    69          Keeping House       570
         Nancy                40
      Julia A.                35
        Thomas                21
         Wiley                16
[Elizabeth Hill Patton was the widow of Hosea Patton (b. ca. 1798) whom she had md. on 2/12/1822, and
was family #469 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Their known children were:  John b. 1827, Nancy
b. 1828, Jane b. 1829, Julia Ann b. 1831, Elizabeth b. 1832, Catherine b. 1835, James b. 1840 and
Matilda b. 1843.  Johnson Patton, Jr. who md. Ruth Stewart on 2/4/1840 may have been Hosea's son, as
he gave consent for the marriage.]

364.            Patton, James R.                    53          Farmer    500       290
         Susan                46
     Margarett                22
         Jacob                21            Farm Laborer
         Nancy                24            Weaver
       Alverta                18
      Leftwich                16
      James T.                12
         Creed                 5
         Julia                 5
      Veronica                 3
      Effey M.                 2

328.   Patton, John           46            Farmer    350       220
         Sally                36            Keeping House
     Alexander                13
         Flora                11
      Frank C.                 9
     Charlotte                 7
        Elbert                 2
[John Patton was s/o Hosea Patton & Elizabeth Hill (see household #330, Old Town District, 1870
Grayson Co., VA Census.)  Alexander Patton, Md. Linnie Leath, d/o Jas. & Louisa Leath, 12/30/1880.
This was family 467 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Patton served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

331.        Patton, Johnson, Jr.                    51          Farm Laborer
Leonard, Eliza                29            At Home
  Patton, Elizabeth           18
      Julia A.                16
Leonard, Sarah                12
          Cary                 4
[Johnson Patton, Jr., s/o Hosea Patton, Md. Ruth Stewart, d/o Joel & Millia Stewart, 2/14/1840.  No
certainty that this is the same family, but it appears so.  Johnson Patton's earlier children were Jordan b.
1843, Elvira b. 1844, Stephen b. 1846 and Millie b. 1848.  Elizabeth Patton was also apparently a daughter
who md. a Leonard, and now either widowed or divorced.  Sarah and Cary Leoanrd were her children.]

326.Patton, Johnson           63            Farmer    250       240
(Carrico) Catherine           62
        Fannie                23
[Johnson Patton b. 7/16/1808 d. 3/24/1880, s/o John & Nancy Patton, Md. Catherine "Kitty" Carrico b.
6/22/1807 d. 9/16/1882, d/o Joseph Carrico (b. ca. 1784 in Fairfax Co., VA d. 1840's), 7/23/1829.
Johnson & Kitty are buried in the Mumford Patton Cemetery.  Joseph Carrico was s/o Abel Carrico (b. ca.
1744) and wife Nancy.  This was family #462 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

333.  Patton, Logan           44            Farm Laborer        380  100
      Eliza M.                39            Keeping House
       Mary J.                20
       Houston                18
      Crockett                13
      Leftwich                 8
   Florida (m)                 6
         Friel                 4
          Emma                 1
        Allice                 1
   Davis, Elizabeth           78            No Occupation            175
[This was family 472 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Logan Patton served in the Grayson Co.
Militia.  Daughters Elmira b. 1854 and Elbert b. 1859 were apparently dead by 1870.  Elizabeth Davis may
have been Eliza's mother.]

327.Patton, Mumford           31            Farm Laborer        450  100
     Elizabeth                30
[This would appear to be the same as Family 464 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, at that time,
however, Humford was transcribed as Mumford.  Mumford Patton served in Co. C, 29th VA Inf., CSA.  He
enl. 7/25/1861 in Carroll Co., present thru 2/1862, elected 2nd Lt. 5/13/1862, resigned 6/22/1862 effective
7/19/1862, later served in the 37th BattalionVA Cavalry CSA.  Mumford was b. 9/6/1838 and d. 2/1/1912,
buried in the Patton Cemetery in Grayson Co., VA.  Mumford was s/o Johnson Patton (b. 1808) &
Catherine Carrico.  Mumford md. Elizabeth J. Ballard on 8/16/1857 in Ashe Co., NC.  They had no
children but raised Leftwich Hawks, s/o of Mump's neice Nancy Hill Hawks and her husband Creed.
Mumps owned and operated a corn and flour mill on the east side of New River.  Their home stood at the
left of the Ballard Cemetery.]

335. Patton, Samuel           27            Farmer    250       180
        Amanda                27
      Victoria                 3
      James R.              5/12            (B. Jan 1870)
[Samuel Patton served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Samuel Patton was s/o Thomas (b. 1800) &
Nancy Patton (b. 1801).]

336.Patton, Stephen           21            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                21
     Robert J.              4/12            (B. May 1870)
[Stephen Patton would appear to be the son of Samuel R. & Susan Patton, family 473 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA.]

122.  Perry, Elisha           35            Farm Laborer        400  150          NC
         Nancy                24                                             NC
       Evaline                 6

72.Perry, John                54            Farmer    500       300          NC
   (Barber) Malinda           42
         Polly                23
        Joseph                17
         Julia                15
          Jane                12
         Cenia                10
       Johnson                 8
       Rebecca                 6
Hill, Leftwich                28
[John Perry, s/o John & Susan Perry, Md. Malinda Barber, d/o Arlen & Jane Barber, 4/21/1857.  Leftwich
Hill was s/o Thomas (b. 1797) and Margaret Hill (b. 1800).  Leftwich Hill's siblings were Matilda b. 1824,
Isabelle b. 1826, Thomas b. 1835 and Elizabeth b. 1838.]

18.Phillips, David F.              35       Farm Laborer        150
       Emaline                35
       Fleming                 3
          Boyd                 1
[This was family 336, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  It would appear that David F. Phillips was s/o John
(b. 1798 in NC) and Polly Phillips (b. 1800 in VA.)  Siblings include:  Jesse Phillips, Sally b. 1833, and
Rachel Phillips (b. 1843).]

19.Phillips, Jas. J.          46            Farmer    500       335
         Sarah                32
     Charlotte                21
        George                13
     Margarett                 9
        Madora                 2
         Nancy              8/12            (B. Oct 1869)
[James J. Phillips may have been s/o James Phillips who md. Elizabeth Mallory on 2/12/1824.  Rev.
James J. Phillips was b. 7/31/1823 d. 10/14/1897 who md. (1) Susanna Atkins b. 1819 d. "in great
triumph" on 7/12/1859.  His second wife was Sarah C. b. 7/25/1837 d. 3/5/1898 and is buried with James
J. at the Atkins Memorial Church Cemetery.  Charlotte F. Phillips Md. W. E. Jones, s/o L. & M. Jones,
12/49/1878; George M. Phillips Md. Mattie E. Warrick, d/o W. R. & J. Warrick, 12/26/1879.  This appears
to be family #336, 1860 Grayson Co., VA.  Other children were Kennerly b. 1846 and Wiley b. 1847.]

17.  Phillips, Jno.           71            Farm Laborer              200         NC
      Rosamond                48            Keeping House
 Largin, Isaac                10
[Isaac J. Largin, s/o A. & P. Largin, Md. M. C. Williams, d/o J. F. & E. Williams, 12/19/1878.]

75. Phillips, Polly           60            Keeping House        250 175
     Elizabeth                29                        75
       Malinda                22                       100
[This was family 757 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Polly Phillips was probably the widow of
Randolph Phillips who md. Mary "Polly" Moore, d/o Nimrod Moore on 9/4/1834.  Randolph Phillips d.
before 1850.  Their children were:  Margaret b. 1835, Julia Ann b. 1837, William b. 1838 who served in
Co. E, 30th Battalion VA Infantry, CSA, enlisting on 7/20/1863 and deserted on 10/18/1863, Elizabeth b.
1840, and Malinda b. 1846.]

84.  Pool, Ferguson           53            Farmer    800       580
   (Douglas) Uphamy           53            Keeping house
        Jestin                19
          Mary                13
[Ferguson Pool, Md. Euphemy F. Douglas, 9/26/1838; Jestin Pool Md. Hastin Rector, s/o J. & M. Rector,
12/16/1875.  This was family #1449, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Matilda b. 1841,
David b. 1843 and Haywood b. 1846.  Matilda Poole (b. 7/1/1841) md. Joel Collins, (b. 2/8/1835) s/o Elijah
& Amelia Collins, before the Civil WAr.  Joel thought he would be exempt from conscription because he
had lost an eye because of a flying woodchip.  Nonetheless he had to serve, and enlisted in Co. D, 30th
Battalion VA Infantry CSA on 7/21/1862 and deserted on 10/18/1862, returned to to duty and deserted
again on 12/10/1862, and was finally discharged on furnishing G. W. Perry as a substitute.  Joel & Matilda
livned on Rock Creek where he built and operated a grist mill.  After an altercation with some of his
kinfolks, he bought an moved to a new location near Fisher's Peak in Carroll Co. where he died of
appendicitis on 9/3/1880.  He is buried on the mountain top near two Indian graves.  Joel & Matilda's
children were:  Chapman Kenley b. 4/13/1864, Sarah b. 6/25/1867, Rosa b. 8/16/1871 and Utacy b.
11/26/1875.]

103.  Pool, Haywood           25            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                25
          Mary                 1
        Levina              1/12            (B. May 1870)
  King, Martha                18            Domestic
[Haywood Pool was the son of Ferguson Pool and Euphema Douglas, family #1449, 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census and #84 Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

202.    Pool, James           32            Farmer    520       400
       Lucinda                32
        Pascal                12
        Elbert                10
       Millard                 8
         Julia                 5
         Sarah                 1
Blevins, James                80            No Occupation
[James Blevins was in family 579 in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.  This James Blevins was s/o
John Blevins & Catherine Cox.  John Blevins was discharged from the British Army on 11/7/1783 and died
on 8/10/1816 and was buried in a family cemetery near Delhart on Little River.  Family #576 would appear
to be the same as above, though Pascal and Elbert are not listed in 1860, but William D. or P and Mastin
E. are, both possibilites for Pascal and Elbert, above.]

85.Pool, Neville B.           54            Farmer    800       540
         Susan                48                                             NC
        Rosann                22
         Susan                17
        Samuel                13            At School
[Susan Pool, d/o Neville B. & Susan Pool, Md. M. A. Hawkins, s/o B. & L. Hawkins, 7/4/1875.  This was
family 1479 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children not at home were Elizabeth b. 1852 and
Francis Pool b. 1847.]

33.   Pool, Rebecca           55            Keeping House
Bedwell, Elisa                28
  Marville (m)                 6
         Wiley                 4
[This would appear to be the same family as 358 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Eliza was d/o
Rebecca Pool.  Eliza Md. Wiley Bedwell, s/o John & Martha Bedwell on 6/10/1863.  Wiley, b. ca. 1829,
enlisted in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA, died in 2/1865.  Another son of Rebecca was William Pool b.
1845.  Rebecca apparently was never married.]

240.Pool, Sarophina           33            Keeping House       500  315          VA
         Floyd                16            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Jestin                14            At School                        NC
         Riley                12            At School                        NC
        Currin                10            At School                        NC
          Roxy                 8                                             VA
     Medie (f)                 4                                             VA
[Sarophina was the widow of John Pool whom she md. on 3/17/1851, and they were found in household
#667, 1860 Alleghany Co., NC Census.]

179.   Porter, John         22 B            Farm Laborer
       Rosanna              20 B
        Thomas               2 B
 Oglesby, Alexander         14 B            Farm Laborer
        Hannah              82 B            No Occupation
        Judith              70 B

222.           Reavis, Alexander                    42          Mechanic  1000      600          NC
       Mary M.                42                                             NC
         Nancy                11            At School
     Alexander                 5
         Chas.                 1
[The Reavis family moved to Grayson Co., VA from Yadkinville, NC about 1852.  They built a grist mill and
later a flour mill and machine shop near Hampton's Cross Roads (Baywood).  The location was known as
Reavistown and now passed over by highway 58.  The Reavis family men were outstanding machinists,
ironworkers and riflesmiths.  They made bomb detonators (fuses) for the Confederate Army.  George &
Sandy Reavis went to Wytheville and made guns for the Southern cause.  After the war the rendered
outstanding service for the people of eastern Grayson Co.]

369.  Reavis, James           41            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Rosamond                21            Keeping House                         NC
        Welsey                15                                             NC
       Stephen                14                                             NC
        Joshua                 9                                             NC
         James                 7                                             NC
       William                 4                                             VA
     Alexander              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)                        VA

223.   Reavis, John           48            Miller    1000      400          NC
   Francis (f)                48            Keeping House                         NC
       Caswell                21            Miller                           NC
       Jane L.                24                                             NC
      Perry A.                15                                             VA
    William H.                12
          Cena                 9
       Mary M.                 3

161.            Rector, Anderson                    48          Farmer    1000      465
         Sarah                47
         Jacob                21            Farm Laborer
          Lina                17
         Susan                16
          Jane                13
         David                 9
        Martin                 7
[This was family 1438 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Anderson Rector b. 1821 d. 5/18/1897 while
Sarah b. 1822 d. in 1894.  Anderson Rector served two years in Co. C, 78th VA Infantry, the Grayson Co.
Militia during the Civil War and was a leader in the homeguard.  Sarah Rector was one of the first
members of Cross Roads Primitive Baptist Churchat Baywood, having joined in 1845.  Anderson & Sarah
Rector had 9 children:  William Rector b. 1847 d. 1919 md. Julia Collins b. 1847 d. 1929; Jacob E. Rector
b. 1848 d. 1918 md. (1) Mary Jane Blevins in Alleghany Co., NC and md. (2) Nancy Brackins; James "Dr.
Jim" Rector b. 1850 d. 1893 md. Peggy Carson b. 1849 d. 1891 and they are buried in the Robinson
family cemetery at Baywood; Sarah V. Rector; Susan Rector b. 1854 d. 1930 md. James Andrews b. 1853
d. 1942 and moved to La Junte, CO; Fannie Rector b. 1856 d. 1868; Jane Rector b. 1858 d. 1880 and
buried in the Rector family cemetery and md. (1) M. T. Lowe and md. (2) E. P. Collins; David Alexander
Rector b. 1860 md. (1) Fannie Norman b. 1860 in Alleghany Co., NC on 7/8/1876 and moved to KS;
Martin Emmitt Rector b 1864 md. (1) Eddie Edwards and md. (2) Matilda Hampton on 5/4/1887 and
moved to Washakie, WY in 1912.]

148.   Rector, Enos           32            Miller
         Aliba                25                                             NC
         Thos.                10
         Betty                 7
[This was family 605 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Enos Recotor served in the Grayson Co.
Militia.  Enos Rector, b. 5/22/1837 d. 10/23/1900, s/o James & Ruth Rector, md. Abiah Andrew b. 1844 d.
1924, on 2/18/1858 in Ashe Co.  Enos & Albia Rector are buried in the Crab Creek Primitive Baptist
Church Cemetery, Alleghany Co., NC.  Enos & Aliba had 6 children:  Thomas Preston Rector b. 1859 d.
1943 md. Matilda Rector b. 1868 d. 1937 on 1/1/1886; Betty Rector b. 1862 d. 1935 md. John W. Higgins
b. 1849 d. 1928 on 3/8/1880 at the Crab Creek Primitive Baptist Church, where they are married; An infant
Rector b. & d. 7/5/1865; Sarah C. Rector b. 7/20/1868 d. 1869 buried in the Linton Cemeteyr, Delhart, VA;
Ennice Rector b. 1870 d. 1965 md. Andy Richardson on 10/4/1899 in Alleghany Co., NC.]

154.           Rector, Granville                    47          Farm Laborer
  (Collins) Malinda           41
        Louisa                16
        Pheobe                14
       Fielden                12
          Isom                11
       Evalina                 9
        Levina                 7
         Cenia                 4
      Victoria                 6
          John                 1
[Granville Rector, s/o James Rector & Ruth Swindle b. 4/18/1823 d. 8/14/1894 Md. (2) Malinda Collins, b.
1828 d. 1892, on 10/3/1852.  Granville Rector md. (1) Evaline Davis b. 1825 d. 1852, on 11/22/1843 in
Ashe Co., NC and she was buried in the Litton Cemetery, Delhart, VA.  Granville & Evaline had 4 children:
Willie Rector b. 11/4/1844 d. 1921 md. Gezelda Ruth Rector b. 1850 d. 1926; Warren Commodore Rector
b. 8/8/1846 d. 7/12/1883 md. Margaret Blevins b. 1845 d. 1911 on 2/20/1866 and they are buried in the
Kelley Royal farm, Ennice, Alleghany Co., NC; Houston Nuckolls Rector b. 12/20/1847; and Elizabeth
Caroline Rector b. 12/26/1849 md. William Todd on 9/29/1866 in Alleghany Co., NC.  Granville and Ma-

linda were family 607 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census and lived near Delhart.  Granville & Malinda
are buried in the Litton Cemetery at Delhart.  Granville & Malinda had 10 children:  Louisa Rector b.
10/3/1853 d. 6/9/1876 md. Floyd Poole no 5/12/1873; Phoebe Rector b. 8/8/1855 d. 12/29/1914 never
md.; Fielden Rector b. 3/9/1857 d. 12/4/1929 never md.; Isom Rector b. 9/25/1858 d. 11/1/1926 md. Edna
Combs b. 1853 d. 1923 and are buried in the Litton Cemetery; Evaline Rector b. 2/17/1860 d. 6/29/1900
md. Hardin Wilson b. 1850 d. 1937 on 9/11/1892 and they are buried in the Todd Cemetery on Sabe
Richardson's farm near Baywood; Lavina Rector b. 5/4/1862 d. 1871; Victoria Rector b. 8/15/1865 d.
1871; Cenie Rector b. 6/9/1866 d. 8/3/1899 md. Andy King on 1/20/1895 and are buried in the King Family
Cemetery near Baywood; John L. Rector b. 10/25/1868 d. 4/15/1871; and Fannie Rector b. 4/15/1871 d.
2/14/1930 and md. Andy King on 2/11/1907.]

162. Rector, Isaiah           35            Farmer    600       400
         Susan                76            No Occupation
         Minty                60            House Keeper
[Isaiah Recotor, s/o Bennett & Susan Rector, may have been the same one as was living in household
613, with a Warren Rector, age 13.  Isaiah was not md at this time.  Susan above was his mother and
Minty was probably his aunt.  Isaiah Rector served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862,
captured at Lacy Sprgs 12/2/1864, POW at Harper's Ferry, released at Point Lookout, MD 6/17/1865.
Isaiah Rector md. Jane Busic b. 1845 d. 1890, d/o Isaac & Franky Busic, on 2/15/1871.  Isaiah & Jane
had 10 children:  Frances b. 1872 d. 1952 md. Kenny Collins b. 1861 d. 1923 on 6/4/1891 in Alleghany
Co., NC; Isaac P. Rector b. 1874 d. 1877; Willie B. Rector b. 1876 d. 1876; Mary Dell Rector b. 1878 d.
1964 (who died by fire when her clothes caught fire from an outdoor washpot) md. Will T. Choate b. 1863
d. 1953 (Mary and Will Choate are buried in the Crab Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery); Louella
b. 1881 d. 1885; Lillie, Lollie & Bennett Rector (triplets) b. & d. 1883; Bertha Rector b. 1885 d. 1943 md.
Edgar Choate b. 1886 d. 1936 on 12/8/1909; Mack Daniel Rector b. 1888 md. Celia Collins.]

156.  Rector, James           60            Farmer    700       400
       Matilda                53
 Blevins, Jefferson           26            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth                24
       Mary C.                 3
     Granville              8/12            (B. Sep 1869)
[No identification of this family has been made.]

159.  Rector, James           19            Farm Laborer             100
(Carson) Peggy                22
         Jacob              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[James Rector b. 1850 d. 1893 s/o Anderson & Sarah Rector, md. (1) Peggy Carson b. 1849 d. 1891 on
1/14/1869; md. (2) Nora Austin.  James "Dr. Jim" and Nora had no children and he is buried in the old
Robinson Cemetery at Baywood.  James and Peggy's children were:  Jacob Rector b. 1869 d. 1896 never
md.; John Rector b. 1873 d. 1885; Sinia Rector b. 1875 md. E. W. Wood in 1893; Elizabeth Rector b.
1877 d. 1922 md. Osborne Anderrs and is buried in the Sparta Cemetery, Sparta, Alleghany Co., NC;
Louella Rector b. 1879; Gertrude Rector b. 1881; and Anderson Burnett Rector b. 1884.

157.            Rector, James C.                    35          Farmer    800       329
 (Roberts) Rosamond           29
    William F.                 9
        Martin                 7
          Ruth                 3
      Margaret                 3
[James Columbus Rector served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA.  James C.
Rector, b. 1/31/1835 d. 5/8/1903 s/o James Rector and Ruth Swindle was md. 3 times and fathered 20
children.  His first wife was Rosamond Collins b. 1837 d. 1858 and their children were:  Nancy Caroline
Rector b. 1853 d. 1907 md. William Woodruff b. 1854 d. 1918, on 5/15/1870 and they buried in the Sparta
Cemetery, Sparta, Alleghany Co., NC; and Mahlon Rector b. 7/9/1856 who was killed by a horse in 1871.
James Columbus Rector md. (2) Rosamond Robert b. 1841 d. 1871, on 5/19/1859 in Ashe Co., NC.  They
had 6 children:  William Thomas Rector b. 1860 d. 1958 md. Lucy Wagoner b. 1866 d. 1916 and they are
buried in the Union Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Whitehead, Alleghany Co., NC; Martin Oliver
Rector b. 7/10/1862 d. 12/31/1943; Ruth Rector b. 9/18/1864; Margaret Emeline b. 4/18/1867; Margie
Louemma Rector b. 8/26/1869 md. WIlliam Pech and lived in WV; Mary Rector b. 3/18/1871 md. John M.
Spicer on 11/9/1891 and moved to KY.  James Columbus Rector md. (3) Jane Wilson b. 1854 d. 1941 on
4/12/1873 in Alleghany Co., NC where they lived.  James Columbus & Jane Rector had 12 children:
Laura Rector b. 4/29/1874 d. 1936 md. James Fender and moved to Carson, Iowa; Ettie L. Rector b.
7/8/1875 md. George Whitehead on 4/20/1892 and lived in Independence, MO; Celia Rector b. 4/27/1877
d. 1968 md. A. D. Blevins on 6/6/1897 and moved to Green Forest, AR; Martha Ellen Rector b. & d. 1878;
Frances R. Rector b. 12/17/1879 md. M. C. McGrady b. 1877 d. 1957, buried in the Glade Creek Union
Baptist Church Cemetery, Hooker, Alleghany Co., NC; Charity Rector b. 9/20/1881 md. Jeff Blevins and
lived near Decater, Iowa; Rosamond "Della" Rector b. 9/2/1883 d. 1970 md. Seymour Braden and moved
to Loveland, CO; Matronia "Mae" Rector b. 8/6/1886 d. 1969 md. Edd Hendrix on 9/21/1902 and are
buried in the Mount View Cemetery, Roaring Gap, Alleghany Co., NC; Amanda Rector b. 3/6/1889 d. 1969
md. Joshua Caudill on 11/20/1904, and buried in a family cemetery 2 miles west of Whitehead, Alleghany
Co., NC; James Robert Rector b. 2/3/1891 d. 1955 md. Octavia Joines; Joseph Elmer Rector b. 6/25/1893
md. Bonnie Richardson; Mora Jane Richardson b. 1/20/1896 md. W. J. Caudill on 7/21/1916 and moved
to Butte Co., CA.]

155.   Rector, John           44            Farmer    800
  (Brewer) Rosamond           27
       Mary E.                 6
       Francis                 4
        Arnett                 1
  Lundy, Nancy                32            Domestic
[John Rector served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  John Rector, s/o
James & Ruth S. Rector, b. 7/5/1825 d. on 2/24/1912 in Carroll Co., VA.  He was md. 3 times, 1st to
Matilda Caudill b. 1811 d. 1853.  They had 3 children:  James Albert Rector b.  1847 d. 1931 in Harford
Co., MD md. Susan Todd on 4/14/1868 in Alleghany Co., NC; Gazelda Ruth Rector b. 1849 md. Riley
Rector b. 1844 on 3/11/1866; R. Alexander Rector b. 1853 d. 1916 in Alleghany Co., NC md. Martha
Brackins b. 1852 d. 1940 on 6/6/1874 and they are buried in the Moxley Cemetery 1 mile west of Sparta,
Alleghany Co. NC.  John Rector md. (2) Narry Marrow b. 1837 d. 1860 of Knoxville, TN and md. (3) Rosa
Malinda Brewer b. 1842 d. 1907 on 4/26/1861.  John and Rose are buried in the old Higgins Cemetery
near Coal Creek in Carroll Co.  They had 6 children:  Thomas J. Rector b. 1862 d. 1863; Mary Emaline
Rector b. 1864 md. J. M. Lovelace b. 1860 on 9/21/1882 and moved to MO; Lenora L. Rector b. 1866 in
Sullivan Co., TN d. 5/24/1952 in Richmond, VA md. John B. Eanes b. 1862 d. 1931 on 8/14/1886; Nettie
Rector b. 1869 d. 1940 in Carroll Co. md. William S. Higgins b. 1870 d. 1941 on 8/29/1891 in Alleghany
Co., NC and they are buried in the Higgins Family Cemetery at Coal Creek, Carroll Co., VA; John E.
Rector b. 4/23/1873 d. 12/22/1945 in Madison Co., NE md. Lavina Collins b. 1877 d. 1918, on 3/9/1898;
Martha Lou Rector b. 1875 d. 1/6/1959 in Danville, VA, md. Robert D. Cox b. 1873 d. 1952 on 11/11/1893
in Alleghany Co., NC.]

143. Rector, Warren           48            Farmer    500       200
    (Edwards) Nancy           41
       Emaline                14
       Garland                12
       Houston                10
         Sarah                 8
      Rosamond                 6
         Allen                 4
       Bledsoe                 1
[This was family 1452 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Warren Rector served in Co. B, 4th VA
Reserves, CSA.  Warren Rector b. 2/17/1823 d. 2/4/1897 in Alleghany Co., NC, was s/o Bennett & Susan
Rector.  Warren md. Nancy Edwards b. 3/10/1829 in Ashe Co., NC d. 3/8/1905 in Alleghany Co., NC in
1848 in Ashe Co., NC.  She is buried with her husband in an old family cemetery near the New River
Baptist Church at Twin Oaks, Alleghay Co., NC.  Warren & Nancy had 13 children:  Leannah Rector b.
1849 d. 1900's in Ashe Co., NC md. Leroy Porter b. 2/11/1866; Matilda Rector b. 1851 d. 1950 in
Alleghany Co., NC md. (1) William Cheek b. 1843 d. 1874 md. (2) James Collins b. 1840 d. 1933; Jestin
Rector b. 1852 d. 1921 md. Jackson Osborne b. 1848 d. 1929 1/6/1869 (Jackson & Jestin Rector are
buried in the Mt. View Baptist Church Cemetery, Independence, VA); Lafayette Rector b. 12/25/1854
drown in the New River on 7/5/1868; Emaline b. Ashe Co., NC in 1856 d. in Ohio in 1900's md. Archie
Moore b. 1853 d. 1900's; Garland Rector b. 1858 in Ashe Co. NC d. 1928 in Grayson Co. md. Tancy
Hampton b. 1866 in Alleghany Co., NC on 6/10/1886 (Garland was buried in the Rector Cemetery near
Baywood); Horton b. 1860 d. 1900's in Green Co., MO; Sarah Rector b. 1862 d. 1896 in Alleghany Co.,
NC md. Jack Wiley; Rosamond Rector b. 1865 d. Madison Co., NE in 1931 md. William Faulkes in
Alleghany Co., NC on 1/8/1881; Allen Rector b. 1869 d. 1939 in Alleghany Co., NC md. Media Edwards on
1/27/1889 in Alleghany Co., NC; Bledsoe Rector b. 1869 d. in 1900s in Green Co., MO; Preston Rector b.
1871 in Alleghany Co., NC d. in Springfield, MO; Gerzilda Rector b. 1874 in Alleghany Co., NC d. there in
1897 md. Crockett Choate.]

158.Rector, William           23            Farmer    600       230
   (Collins) Julina           23
      Sarah A.                 3
         Litha                 2
          Mary              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[William Rector served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  William Rector b. 1847 d. 1919, a farmer and
lawyer, s/o Anderson & Sarah Rector, md. Julina Collins b. 1847 d. 1929. William & Julina are buried in
the Rock Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Grayson Co., VA.  They had 8 children:  Sarah b.
1866 d. 1945 md. Joel McKnight b. 1859 d. 1929 in CO; Matilda b. 1868 d. 1937 md. P. Rector b. 1859 d.
1943; Mary Alice Rector b. 1870 d. 1947 md. N. A. Cox b. 1862 d. 1944 and are buried in the Coal Creek
Cemetery, Carroll Co., VA; Troy Rector b. 1872 d. 1947 md. Hilda Crow and lived in Twin Falls, ID; Emma
Rector b. 1875 d. 1961 md. E. H. Boyer b. 1873 d. 1947 and they are buried in the Rock Creek Primitive
Baptist Church Cemetery; John W. Rector b. 1876 d. 1927 md. Flora McBride b. 1884 on 8/31/1899 (John
W. Rector was a champion banjo player); Robert C. Rector; James Lester Rector b. 1882 d. 1941 md.
Mallie Kirby b. 1882 d. 1971 on 6/7/1906 and are buried in the Providence Methodist Church Cemetery,
Grayson Co., VA.]

25.Ring, David                34            Farm Laborer             100
(Holderfield) Nancy           24
         Elisa                 7
         Henry                 5
       John F.                 2
[David Ring, s/o Henry Ring & Rachel Wright, md. (1) Nancy Holderfield, d/o Isaac & Cynthia Holderfield,
6/24/1858; md. (2) Lizzie Lawson.  This appears to be family 247 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Nancy aged only 6 years over the 10 year period, vanity even 120 years ago.  David & Nancy's children
were:  Rachel b. 1860 md. David Monday; Elizabeth Ann b. 1863 md. Thomas Fields; Henry b. 1864 md.
Marcilda Montgomery; John F. b. 1868 md. (2) Polly Osborne; Andrew B. Ring b. 1872 md. Nancy
Wagoner; Levi Johnson Ring b. 1874 md. Polly Roseberry; Malinda b. 1879.  David & Lizzie's children
were Rosa E. b. 1890 and Clint Rose b. 1914 who md. Esther Alley.]

35. Ring, Jefferson           33            Farmer    2800      1493
   (Delp) Mary                27            Keeping House
       Rebecca                13            At School
        Lenora                 7
          Geo.                 4
         Olive                 2
     Catherine                68            Domestic
 Myers, Joseph                27            Farm Laborer
[Jefferson Ring, s/o Martin & H. Ring, Md. Mary E. Delp, d/o Jehu & Rebecca Delp, 4/16/1857.  Martin
Ring was s/o George & Catherine Ring.  Olive Ring md. Robert Lee Dickenson.  Other children were:
Sally C. Ring b. 1872; Ellis Chapman Ring b. 1880 who md. Fannie Davis.  Catherine Ring was
Jefferson's aunt who never married.  This was family 354 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

31.   Ring, Johnson           29            Farmer    500       632
   (Delp) Elizabeth           24
          Mary                 7
       John M.                 5
        Elbert                 2
[Johnson Ring, s/o John Ring (b. 1796) & Margaret Thomas (b. 1800 in NC), Md. Elizabeth C. Delp, d/o
John & Rebecca Delp, 3/1/1860.  Mary Ring md. J. C. Poole; John M. Ring b. 1865 md. Callie Cooley.
Other children were:  Gilbert N. b. 11/12/1867? md. Cora V. Thomas; Chapman Hicks Ring b. 1870 md.
Anna Carrico; Willie Ring b. & d. 1869.]

26.    Ring, Martin           32            Farm Laborer        250  100
     Elizabeth                27
         Sarah                 9
          Mary                 6
[Martin Ring was s/o Henry Ring & Rachel Wright.  Rachel Wright was d/o Abraham Wright & Elizabeth
Harper.  Martin Ring served in Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry CSA.  Mary C. Ring, Md. J. P. Reaves, s/o Zach
and And. Reaves, 10/7/1880.  Other children of Martin Ring were:  Martha Matilda Ring b. 1870; Granville
b. 1874; Serena Elizabeth Ring b. 1878; Emmitt Orville Martin David Ring b. 1880.]

46.    Ring, Peyton           42            Farm Laborer        200  100
  (Carrico) Cynthia           43
         Nancy                19
     Alexander                17            Farm Laborer
      James L.                 6
         Riley                 2
   Roten, Jane                 5
[Peyton Ring, s/o Henry Ring & Rachel Wright, Md. Cynthia Ann Carrico, 3/30/1845.  This was family 245
in the 1860 Grayson County, VA Census.  Peyton Ring served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enlisted
4/1/8163, dischd 6/13/1863 with a hernia, age 38.  He was born in Grayson Co., VA.  Peyton & Cynthia's
other children were:  Henry Martin Ring b. 1847 who md. Tassy Phillips and Nancy b. 1849 who never
md.; Archibald b. & d. 1855; Rachel Angeline Ring b. 1857  d. as a child; and Mary A. Ring b. 1859.
Jefferson Alexander Ring md. Margaret A. Smith who d. in 1892.  James L. Ring md. Sarah Elizabeth
Robbins d. 1893 and Riley J. Ring md. Fannie Davis.]

39.  Robbins, C. W.           51            Farmer    1000                   NC
           Ann                46
          Hugh                16
      Benjamin                12
        Elbert                 4
         Sarah                 2
[Hugh W. Robbins, Md. Alice Peak, d/o I. & M. Peak, 12/24/1878.  Though there are discrepancies with
the 1860 Census, this appears to be famly 345 in that document.  Ann may have been a second spouse,
as in 1860 the head of the family was Constantine and Charlotte.]

308.  Roberts, Hugh           29            Farm Laborer        275  350
        Alonta                24            Keeping House
[Hugh Roberts was s/o Thompson Roberts (b. 1805) & Sophronia Curren (b. 1811), who md. on
2/12/1832.  They were family #524 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Sophronia Curren Roberts was
d/o Martha Curren.  Hugh Roberts served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862, AWOL form
June 1862 to 9/5/1862.  Hugh's siblings were Curren b. 1833; Sally b. 1834; John b. 1837; Logan b. 1840;
William b. 1842; James b. 1843; Martha b. 1844; Elizabeth b. 1846; Christian b. 1848; Lucy b. 1849;
Margaret b. 1844; and Thomas b. 1846.]

253.  Roberts, Hugh           57            Farmer    2500      960          NC
        Phoebe                54            Keeping House                         NC
        Fannie                20                                             VA
     Elizabeth                14            At School                        VA
       Abraham                12            At School                        VA
        Joseph                 9
         Chas.                 5
[This was family 567 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were:  John E. Roberts b. 1839
who was a deputy sheriff in 1860 and served in CO. F, 4th VA Infantry, CSA and was elected 2nd Lt. on
10/15/1861, 1st Lt. on 4/24/1862 and Captain on 9/17/1862; Catherine b. 1841; Nancy J. b. 1843; Francis
b. 1844 who enlisted in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry CSA on 5/29/1861, was absent sick in 9/1861 and has no
further record and may have died; Sarah b. 1846; Frances b. 1850; Mary M. b. 1853; Phoebe b. 1855 and
Ambrose b. 1858.]

313.           Roberts, Jonathan                    32          Farmer    600       500
     Catherine                33            Keeping House
    Leonard, Thomas           13
          John                10
         Sally                 8
        Lydiny                 2

309.           Roberts, Sophrona                    57          Keeping House       562  600
       William                26            Farmer    300                    NC
     Elizabeth                22            At home   600
        Thomas                14            At Home   3000
[Sophronia, wife of Thompson Roberts, was found in family 524 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Sophrona and Thompson Roberts had 13 children:  Curren b. 1833; Hugh b. 1837; Logan b. 1839; James
b. 1844; Martha b. 1846; Catherine b. 1850; Lucy b. 1851; Margaret b. 1854; Sally b. 1834; and John b.
1837.  Hugh, Logan, James and John all served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, enlisting on 7/27/1861.]

272.Robertson, Jno.           86            Shoemaker 250                    VA
        Rachel                74            Keeping House                         VA
[In 1850 John Robertson was living in the home of James E. Robertson b. 1823 and his wife Dorthula b.
1823.  James was a physician.]

113.            Robinson, Andrew                    71          Farmer    2500      759
(Halsey) Polly                45
          John                30
         Floyd                21                                 200
         Sally                13
         Fanny              82 B            Domestic
[Andrew Robinson, s/o John (b. 1761) & Kerrin Robinson, Md. Polly Halsey 12/3/1835.  It is possible that
this was family 625 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, though there are some significant differences.
Children no longer at home were:  Thomas b. 1836; William b. 1842; Elizabeth b. 1844; Isaac b. 1846.
Isaac, John & William Robinson served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA.]

115.             Robinson, David                    30          Farm Laborer             100
      Caroline                31
        Jestin                13
          Isom                10
        Philis                 9
          Jane                 8
       Mary E.                 6
         James                 1
[This may have been a black family, though not noted on the census.  The two marriages found for
children of this family, both of whom married black persons.  Jestin Robinson Md. Sandy Jennings (black),
s/o W. & P. Jennings, 12/25/1879; Jane Md. Jacob Dickens (black), s/o William & Sally Dickens,
8/9/1881.]

128.Robinson, Henry           35            Farm Laborer             100          VA
       Charity                28
         Creed                11
          Rush                13
[Henry Robinson was perhaps the same who was killed in an altercation with Richard, James & Ira Halsey
at Potato Creek.  He is buried outside Potato Creek Cemetery, beside the grave of John Wingate.

116.Robinson, Isaac           24            Farm Laborer             130
     Elizabeth                18
[Isaac Robinson served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Enl 5/1/1864 at Saltville, Smyth Co., VA.]

114.           Robinson, William                    26          Farm Laborer             190
        Phoebe                21
        Andrew                 2
      Thos. J.              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[William Robinson served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862, was AWOL for 14 days.]

292.           Rodgers, Thos. H.                    26          Teacher
         Sally                24
       Mary E.                 2

93.   Sessler, Mark           35            Farmer    1500      350
     Elizabeth                41
      Allen C.                 6
       Melvina                 5
     Edward W.                 1
Linticum, John                18            Farm Laborer

332.   Sexton, John           50            Farm Laborer        500  200
     Elizabeth                49            Keeping House
      David J.                11
      Margaret                 5
        Amanda                23            Domestic
        Amelia                 2
[This was family #347 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Sexton was likely a descendant of the
pioneer Sexton settlers on Rock Creek who came just after the American Revolution.  These pioneers
were:  Archelous, Benjamin, John and William who moved to KY.  Archelous and Benjamin fought in the
Revoltion.]

83. Shepherd, Enoch           40            Farm Laborer             150
    (Brewer) Mariba           46
      Adolphus                 3
        Martha                 6
[Enoch Shepherd Md. Mariba Brewer, d/o Samuel (b. 1797) & Elizabeth Brewer (b. 1797) on 2/18/1855.
This was family #176, in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

79.  Shinault, Mary           53            Keeping House
  Walker, Judy                25
     Margarett                24
      Sarah E.                12
       Mary A.                 6
      Florenza                 4
[Judith Walker was d/o Mary Shinault as are the other children.  Mary was the former Mary Walker but no
marriage record to a Shinault has been found.  Her other children were:  John Walker b. 1838 who served
in Co. C, 29th VA Infantry CSA; Elizabeth Walker b. 1842; Isabella Walker b. 1850; Riley Walker b. 1853.
Mary was actually born in NC and moved to Grayson Co. about 1845.]

63. Shoop, Benjamin           45            Blacksmith          350  300
   (Sweeney) Mahala           51
        Eli J.                12
Warren Fielden                15
[Benjamin Shoop (also spelled Shupe), s/o John Shupe & Lucy Wright, Md. Mahala Sweeney, d/o
Anderson Swinney & Zelphia Byrd, on 10/19/1846.  This was family 768 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Other family members were:  Elizabeth Swinney, (Mahala's daughter, Benjamin's step-
daughter); George Shupe b. 1848 and died in childhood; John b. 1851 who was a nephew, s/o Jeremiah
Shupe & Rosamond Moore.  Eli J. Shupe was not their son, though he was claimed and raised as such.]


208. Simcock, J. S.           41            Farm Laborer         500 200
(Moore) Violet                38
        Griggs                12
         Laily                 2
         Thos.                 4
       Candish                 8
[Joshua S. Simcock, s/o John K. (b. 1805) & July Simcock (b. 1806), Md. Violet Moore, d/o Daniel &
Martha Moore, 11/18/1858.  This was family 596 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joshua S.
Simcock served in Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

95.   Simcock, Joel           66            Farmer    800       428
 (Perry) Sally                55
         Julia                24
         Susan                24
        Jestin                19
    Washington                16
        Emmett                11
[Joel Simcock Md. Sally Perry, d/o Brinkley & Polley Perry, 10/1/1834; M. Jestin Simcock Md. J. E. H.
Davis, s/o J. & M. Davis, 10/22/1872.  This was family 1486 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joel
Simcock's older children were:  Polly b. 1836; William b. 1838 who served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA;
and Bula b. 1843.]

205.  Simcock, John           64            Farm Laborer             300
          Jane                39
  Boyer, Nancy                14            At School 800
         Wiley                13            At School
[John K. Simcock, family # 595 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, was living with 4 children, all who
would have been old enough to be married and away from home in 1870.  Perhaps he remarried?  John's
children include:  Joshua S. b. 1829; Julia b. 1831 who md. Harvey Hogg on 12/21/1849; Mary Ann b.
1836; Lucinda b. 1837, Mark b. 1839 who served in Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry CSA and was killed in
action in 1864; Ellie b. 1843; Edward b. 1845; Adeline b. 1849.]

206.Simcock, Martin           45            Farm Laborer             200
     Charlotte                37
       Lucinda                16            At School
        Thomas                11
         Polly                 7
       William                 5
[This was family 1440 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Martin Simcock served in the Grayson Co.
Militia.]

94. Slater, William         27 B            Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth              28 B
         Lewis              17 B            Farm Laborer
       Gilbert              12 B
         Floyd               7 B
        Harden               3 B

133.Smith, Franklin           23            Farm Laborer
       Rebecca                19                                             NC
      Chas. M.              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)
[This family were recent arrivals from NC.]

183.   Smith, Lewis           54            Farm Laborer             100
         Sally                43            Keeping House
          Jane                16
            Wm                14            Farm Laborer
        Jospeh                12
         Sally                10
        Samuel                 8
        Ferris                 6
        Dudley                 4
       Madison                 2
[This was family 533 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Joshua b. ca. 1852 and
Cynthia b. ca. 1853.]

69.Smitteel, Joseph           45            Farmer    450       297          NC
         Emily                35                                             VA
     Samuel B.                18            At School                        NC
    William F.                16                                             NC
      Lewis H.                14
     Elmira C.                13
    Frances R.                11
     Elizabeth                 7
     Tobias L.                 6
         Edwin                 3
      Effie L.              5/12            (B. Jan. 1870)
[This was family 745 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, after having moved to Grayson Co. about
1856.]

109.             Speers, William                    21          Farm Laborer                          NC
       Frances                23                                             NC

160.Stephens, Henry           43            Farm Laborer                          NC
      Virginia                40
      Sarah A.                11
         James                10
      Margaret                12
        Thomas                 8
          John                 6
          Mary              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)

102.Surratt, Daniel           36            Farm Laborer        450
         Rhoda                38
         Teany                12
     Sylvester                 8
       Garland              4/12            (B. Feb. 1870)
     Henderson                16
[Daniel Surratt was probably the s/o Jonathan (b. 1785) and Catherine Surratt (b. 1800).  Daniel's siblings
included:  Hughlon Surratt b. 1835; Peter Surratt b. 1826 who served in Co. F, 4th VA Infantry CSA and
died in a hospital on 7/20/1862; Isabella b. 1828; and Thurza Ann Surratt b. 1829.]

134.  Taylor, James           24            Farm Laborer        500  220
          Mary                24
      Rosamond                 4
    William H.                 2
         Sarah              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
[James Taylor served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry CSA.  Though far from certain, James may have been the
son of William Taylor (b. 1790) who had a son named James b. ca. 1848.]

91.    Taylor, Owen           42            Farm Laborer        300
        Mahala                39
         Enoch                17
     Elizabeth                14
         James                12
        Rachel                 8
          John                 6
         Sarah                 4
        Andrew                 2
          Mary              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
[This was family 1482 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Owen T. Taylor served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf.
CSA, enlistment date not recorded, taken POW at Waynesboro, taken to Fort Delaware, via Harper's
Ferry, on 3/12/1865, released 6/21/1865.  He was 5'8", had light hair, blue eyes.  Other children were:
William b. 1849 and Jane b. 1856.]

1.Taylor, Robert F.           35            Farmer    800       450          NC
       Matilda                32
         Thos.                 9
         Sarah                 6
      Richmond                 4
      Isabelle                 2
         James                 1
[Robert F. Taylor served in the Grayson Co., Militia, CSA.]

182.Todd, Andrew J.           41            Farmer    5000      1485
        Leanah                38
         Susan                16
       Bledsoe                14
         Henry                13
         Nancy                11
          Levi                 7
        Isaiah                 6
         Jacob                 3
          Mary                 2
Mundy, Geo. T.                18
[This appears to be family 616 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  In 1860 Leanah was transcribed as
Susannah.  Andrew Jackson Tobb was s/o Levi Todd (b. 1790 in Bertie Co., NC), md. Leannah Rector b.
6/25/1830 d. 6/17/1903 and is buried in the Meadow Creek Cemetery.  Children were William Todd b.
8/9/1849 md. Elizabeth Caroline Rector on 9/9/1866 in Alleghany Co., NC; Bennett Todd b. 1851 d.
7/15/1854 and is buried in the Linton Cemetery at Delhart; Susan Evelyn Todd b. 1853 d. 1930 md. Griggs
Hampton on 2/9/1873 in Alleghany Co., NC and are buried in the David Hampton Cemetery; Bledsoe M. b.
5/4/1855 d. 6/13/1899 md. Gertrude Higgins and are buried in the Meadow Creek Cemetery; Henry Hardin
Todd b. 1857 d. 1918 in Carroll Co. buried in the Felts Cemetery, Galax, VA md. Mallie Cornett on
8/24/1893; Nancy Jane Todd b. 1859 d. 1912 md. Chalres Augustus Hampton on 12/29/1876 and are
buried in the Hampton Cemetery, Baywood; Levi J. Todd b. 1861 d. 1960 in Carroll Co., md. Mary M.
Reeves on 12/28/1880 in Alleghany Co., NC and are buried in the Felts Cemetery, Galax, VA; Isaiah L.
Todd b. 7/20/1863 d. 3/25/1957 md. Lillie Higgins on 3/22/1885 and are buried in the Meadow Creek
Cemetery; Jacob Jackson Todd, a U.S. Deputy Marshall, b. 6/10/1866 d. 6/15/1904 md. Celia Ann Rector
b. 8/2/1866 d. 5/19/1948 and both are buried in the Rock Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery,
Independece, VA; Mary L. Todd b. 5/26/1868 d. 6/9/1940 md. Alfonso Higgins; Margie Todd b. 1871 d.
1940 md. Solomon Higgins on 3/24/1889 in Alleghany Co., NC and are buried in the Meadow Creek
Cemetery; Lucy Emma Todd b. 1/16/1874 d. 2/7/1951 md. John Mitchell Rector on 8/21/1892 and are
buried in the Rector Family Cem., Delhart, VA.]

144.Todd, Armistead           55            Farmer    750       220
         Lydia                31            Keeping House
          Jane                27
        Calvin                17
    Greenberry                14
[Armistead Todd Md. Lydia Murphey 12/26/1838, and widowed at this census.  Children no longer at home
were:  Rebecca b. 1841; Nancy b. 1844, Wiley b. 1846 and Tamzy b. 1847.  This was family 1459 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

184.    Todd, Henry           40            Farmer    1500      700
          Lucy                46            Keeping House
          Levi                19
         Nancy                17
         Marga                16
       Burnett                14
         Sarah                11
        Isaiah                 9
          Geo.                 7
         Celia                 3
[Henry Todd was a brother of Andrew, William S. and Armistead Todd (families #182, #137 and 144, Old
Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

185.    Todd, Wiley           23            Farmer    500       1270
        Hester                23
        Albina                 3
     Elizabeth                 2
        Levina                 1
  Harris, Elizabeth           45            Domestic
[Wiley Todd served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Wiley was the s/o Armistead Todd.]

137.            Todd, William S.                    47
        Martha                44
          Geo.                18
     Alexander                16            Farmer    1000      570
        Andrew                10
         Nancy                 8
       John W.                 6
        Samuel                 4
[This was family 1448 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William S. Todd served in the Grayson Co.
Militia.]

265.           Trimble, Columbus                    24          Farm Laborer             100
          Jane                19
         Wells                 3
       Mary E.             11/12            (B. Jul 1869)
[Columbus Trimble served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enl. 4/27/1862 and was AWOL 85 days
10/31/1864.  Columbus was second child of William Trimble (b. 1815) and Elizabeth Rector (b. 1816).
Columbus Trimble's children not listed above were:  Della who md. a Kenny; Cora md. (1) Floyd Diamond
md. (2) Enoch Bolt; Laura who md. a Harmon; and a daughter who md. a Stoneman.  Three other sons,
Bud, Willie and Jimmy moved to TN.]

264.          Trimble, Elizabeth                    53          Keeping House       1200 280
        Elbert                16
        Levina                13
   Mooney, Susan J.           25
[Elizabeth Rector Trimble was widow of William Jackson Trimble (b. 5/26/1815) whom she md. on
12/17/1839.  Their other children were:  Garland b. 1841, Columbus b. 1843, Jane b. 1845 and Jasper b.
1847.  William Jackson Trimble was s/o John Trimble (b. 2/2/1779 d. 5/1/1865) and Susannah Nuckolls.
Susannah Nuckolls was d/o Charles Nuckolls, and is buried with her husband John in the Trimble
Cemetery, Galax, VA.  John & Susannah had 7 boys and 6 girls most of whom went to Illinois or Indiana.
John Trimble organized a company of volunteers and went to Norfolk in the War of 1812.  He acquired
1300 acres on Meadow Creek where he operated a grist mill and worked as a carpenter and mason.  His
father-in-law, Charles Nuckolls gave him several slaves whom he set free.  John Trimble worked for
James Toncry, contractor for the construction of the Court House at Greenville (Old Town) as a carpenter
and brickmason.  Susannah, John's wife, came to view the work, and fell near the doorway with an
apparent heart attack.  She was carried across the street to the Dickenson Ordinary where she died in a
matter of hours on 8/30/1833.  John lived, at the time of his death, with daughter Rachel Trimble (b. 1810)
and her husband John Foster (b. 1821).]

7.   Vaughn, Dennis           60            Shoe Maker          500  200
(Pendry) Nancy                48                                             NC
        Martha                21
          Mary                16
         Julia                14
          Lucy                11
         Kenly                 5
[Dennis Vaughn, s/o Jesse Vaughn & Frances Jones md. (1) Jane Hill, d/o Robert Hill on 3/12/1829.
Dennis md. (2) Nancy Pendry, 10/24/1846.  Dennis' children by his first wife were:  Calvin Vaughan b.
1829 and served in the Union Army; Granville Vaughan b. 1831 d. 1928 who md. Polly Byrd; Augustus
Vaughan b. 1833 d. 1862 in KY while serving in the Union Army during the Civil War; Eveline b. 1835 md.
John W. Pendry; Marion b. 1850 d. 1860; Charlton b. 1839 d. 1898 md. Maggie Thorps; James Vaughan
b. 1841 d. 1900; John b. 1843 d. 1908.  Dennis and Nancy's children were:  A still born male b. 1847;
Martha Vaughan b. 1849 d. 1882; Newton Vaughan b. 1851 d. 1865; a still born male b. 1853; Mary Ann
Vaughn Md. D. A. "Jack" Shoop, s/o A. & R. A. Shoop, 12/25/1882; Julia Matilda Vaughn b. 1856 Md.
Stephen Jones, s/o L. & M. Jones, 12/25/1882; Sidney Bethany Vaughan b. 1859 d. 1865; Lucy Vaughan
b. 1861 d. 1924 and never md.; Kenley N. Vaughan b. 1865 d. 1908 md. Eliza Moore; and William S.
Vaughan b. 1848 d. 1849.  This was family 424 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

6.Vaughn, Granville           38            Farm Laborer        400  120
  (Byrd) Polly                32
       Evaline                10
         Fanny                 8
     Elizabeth                 6
    Sidney (f)                 4
       Richard                 2
        Amanda                 1
     Augustine              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[Granville Harrison Vaughn a Methodist minister b. 7/17/1831 d. 3/2/1928, s/o Dennis Vaughn & Jane Hill,
Md. Polly A. Byrd, d/o Richard Byrd & Sarah Rhudy;  Granville & Polly's known children were:  Evaline
Vaughn Md. Isaac Moore, s/o Riley & Sidney Moore, 2/3/1881; Fanny Vaughn Md. Weldeon Moore, s/o R.
& C. Moore, 4/29/1878; Elizabeth Vaughn md. John Easu Swinney; Sydeny Vaughn md. John H. Moss;
Richard Vaughn b. 1867 md. Martha J. Porter; Amanda Vaugan b. 4/4/1869 md. Samuel George Shupe;
Augustine Vaughan b. 5/1870 d. in childhood; Charlton G. Vaughn b. 1873 md. Amelia Rhudy.]

125.            Vaughn, Minitree                    48          Farm Laborer
  (Moore) Jane                44
          Ezra                14
         Enoch                24
       Sophina                18
          Mary                12
[Minitree Vaughan lived in Roane Co., TN in 1850, Carroll Co., VA in 1860 and in Grayson Co., in 1870.
He md. Jane Moore, d/o Nimrod Moore, Sr.]

200.    Ward, Clark           24            Farm Laborer
         Julia                22
          Mary                 2
          Emma              7/12            (b. Nov. 1869)
        Mahala                64            No Occupation       404  166

338.            Warner, James H.                    21          Farm Laborer
      Amacinda                22
         Laura                 5
         Emmet                 1
[This may be the James Warner who served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry, CSA enlisting on
8/2/1862 at Independence, VA and was taken prisoner of war in 9/1864, sent to Point Lookout, MD and
held until 5/14/1865.]

287.   Warner, John           50            Farm Laborer
    (Patton) Jestin           48
      Sarah C.                11
     Jefferson                 9
[This was family 480 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Two other children were Nancy b. 1848 and
Hosea b. 1850.  John Warner md. Jestianna Patton, d/o Hasah & Elizabeth Patton on 4/22/1847.  This
family is duplicated in household #334, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

334.   Warner, John           51            Farm Laborer             100
    (Patton) Jestin           49
      Sarah C.                11
     Jefferson                 9
[John Warner Md. Jestin Patton, 4/22/1847.]

52.  Warrick, F. R.           34            Farmer    1800      615
          Mary                31
      Victoria                 9
        Mollie                 7
        Robert                 4
  Perry, Olive                27            Domestic
Babers, Edward              21 B            Farm Laborer

3. Warrick, John W.           52            Farmer    1000      400
(Carson) Ellen                40
        Julina                21
       Emaline                17
         Sarah                15
         James                12
    William R.                 4
       Stephen                 1
[John W. Warrick Md. Ellen Carson, 8/7/1848; Juliana E. Warrick md. John W. Ward s/o Chesley & Jane
Ward.  This was family 344 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John W. Warrick may have been the
s/o and older John Warrick b. 1776 who lived with the John Roberts family in the 1850s.  John W. Warrick
served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Ref. P. 77, Nuckolls, James Lafayette Warrick Md. Eddie Forest
Cooper, d/o Dr. B. F. Cooper and Sarah Frances Nuckolls.]

295.   Waugh, James           62            Retd. Merchant      6500 15000                  PA
  (Blair) Elizabeth           50            Keeping House
       John B.                25
          Mary                18
[James Waugh, s/o James Waugh, Md. Elizabeth Blair, d/o John Blair & Charity Bourne, 7/3/1838.  John
Blair was s/o Thomas Blair & Mary Andrews, pioneer ironworkers on lower Chestnut Creek in partnership
with Matthew Dickey.  Ref. P. 48-9, Nuckolls,  CPT, John B. Waugh served as Captain in the 63rd VA
Infantry CSA, was in the battle of Missionary Ridge, Chatanooga, TN.  Other children not at home were:
William P. Waugh b. 1839; Florida A. Waugh b. 1844 and Jane A. Waugh b. 1850.  James Waugh was a
pioneer merchant at Old Town, VA, and after his retirement his sons carried on the business and moved it
to Galax.]

180.    Waugh, Jane         55 M            Keeping House
        Thomas              24 M            Farm laborer
          Isom              17 M
         Cyrus              14 M

297.           Waugh, William P.                    30          Merchant  1000      6000
    (Hale) Sarah L.           20            Keeping House
         Laura                 2
       Emma L.              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
 Mitchell, Chas. T.           21            Clerk in Store                        TN
[William P. Waugh, s/o James & Elizabeth Waugh, Md. Sarah L. Hale, d/o W. D. & M. Hale, 2/12/1867.
William P. Waugh served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.  William P. Waugh served as 1LT in CPT B. F.
Cooper's Local Defense Company, CSA.  Ref. P. 47 Nuckolls, William P. Waugh was member of Grayson
Dare Devils, Co. F, 4th VA Inf., was wounded in the thigh at Battle of First Manassas, crippled the rest of
his life, was member of the M. E. Church, South.]

290.Wetherow, Chas.           49            Physician 2000      500          NC
      Sarah E.                31
      Columbus                12            At School
     Fenton B.                 8
        Badger                 3
[There is little doubt that this was family 506 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA, but at that time, Wetherow was
transcribed as Weathers.]

348. Wheeler, Cenia           68            Keeping House       250  250          VA
          Mary                64                                             NC
       Deborah                50                                             VA
   Williams, Tilman           24            Farm Laborer                          NC
         Joann                18
          Mary              9/12            (B. Sep 1869)
[Cenia or Sena Wheeler was the daughter of Jeremiah and Susannah Wheeler and was part of family
#774 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Tilman Williams and family were tenant farmer on Cenia
Wheeler's farmer.  Cenia was the d/o Anthony (b. 1772) and Joannah Wheeler (b. 1783).  Cenia's siblings
include:  Mary "Polly" Wheeler, b. 1806; Deborah b. 1817, Lucinda b. 1826 who md. Alexander Hale, s/o
Burris & Peggy Hale on 1/24/1861.]

349.          Wheeler, Elizabeth                    35          Keeping House       400  200          NC
         Fanny                 3
         Fanny                21

291.  Wilcox, Cyrus           62            Tinner    1500      600          MA
 (Bartlett) Matilda           58            Keeping House                         NC
        Fannie                32
         Henry                16            Clerk in Store
    King, Elizabeth           28
        Minnie                 6
Bartlett, Jane                 8
[Cyrus Wilcox Md. Matilda Bartlett, d/o William Bartlett, 7/13/1834.  This was family 441 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 12-14, Nuckolls, for story about Cyrus Wilcox' exploits in capturing
runaway slave.  Other children were Franklin b. 1846; and Wiley b. 1847.]

301.Williams, Abner           40            Farmer    650       350          VA
          Mary                41            Keeping House                         NC
         Frank                16            Farm Laborer                          VA
[Abner Williams was s/o Jesse (b. 1790) & Sally Williams (b. 1802).  Abner served in the Grayson Co., VA
Militia and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA.  H. Frank Williams, Md. Emma E. Hale, d/o W. & S. & M. J.
Hale, 4/4/1878.  This was family 484 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Abner Williams served in the
Grayson Co. Militia.  Abner's siblings were:  Hugh Williams b. 1828; Edith William b. 1833; Frances
Williams b. 1836; and Polly Williams b. 1831.]

20. Williams, Henry           40            Farm Laborer                          NC
        Martha                24                                             NC
         James                 3                                             NC
      Alice F.                 1                                             NC
[Henry Williams served in Co. F, 29th Virginia Infantry, CSA, enl. 5/15/1862, in Carroll Co., transfered to
Co. C, 11/2/1864, deserted at Bermuda Hundred, VA 2/4/1865, took oath and was released.  He was
living in Carroll Co., VA in 1900.]

227.Williams, Hiram           30            Farmer    2300      1445         NC
  (Brown) Jane                34            Keeping House                         VA
 Brown, Martha                70            No Occupation                    England
     Elizabeth                50            At Home                          NY
       Lucinda                38                                             VA
[Martha Brown was Martha Woods, widow of John Brown, Sr. and was actually older.  Hiram Williams md.
Jane Brown, youngest d/o John Brown, Sr. & Martha Woods.  Martha's other children were Elizabeth b.
ca. 1824, Lucinda b. ca. 1826, Jane b. ca. 1832, George b. ca. 1827 and Clark b. ca. 1830.  Hiram and
Jane had a dau., Mary who md. Emmitt Osborne and lived at the old Brown homeplace on Meadow
Creek.  John Brown, Sr. had been a farmer and merchant, and became wealthy for his time and place.]

266. Williams, Hugh           35            Farmer    400       160
          Mary                30            Keeping House                         NC
        Walter                 3
       Charity                 2
          John              1/12            (B. May 1870)
         Jesse                84            No Occupation
[Hugh Williams served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  It would appear that Hugh was the son of Jesse and
Sarah Williams, and part of household #521 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Hugh was s/o Jesse &
Sarah Williams and served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA and in the 37th Battalion VA Cavalry CSA.]

362.Williams, James           50            Farmer    100       270
         Cenia                40
          Mary                 2
[James Williams served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

324.Williams, James           53            Farmer    600       370
  (Farmer) Pricilla           54
       William                21            Farm Laborer
    Greenberry                17
       Cecilia                12
 Farmer, Cenia                46            Domestic
[James Williams, s/o Henry Williams & Sally Kinsworthy, Md. Pricilla Farmer, d/o William Farmer and
Priscilla Coulson, 3/9/1843 in Carroll Co., VA.  William Williams Md. Rosa Bourn, d/o L. & C. Bourn,
12/17/1874.  This was family 461 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Williams served in Co. B,
4th VA Reserves, CSA.  James & Priscilla Williams' other children were:  Margaret md. James P.
McKenzie; Jonathan b. 1846 and died in the Confederate Army at Goldsboro, NC on 3/4/1864; William
William b. 1849; Barnett William b. 1848 d. before 1860; Sena P. William b. 1857 d. 1891 md. R. M.
Bryant; Greenberry b. 1853 md. Fannie.  This family was from Rockingham Co., NC.  They are buried in
the Williams Family Cemetery.]

286.          Williams, Jas. Jr.                    34          Farm Laborer        110
     Catherine                30
      Sarah E.                 7
       Amos L.                 4
         Laura                 1
  Sydney B.(m)              7/12            (B. Nov. 1869)
[James J. Williams served in Co. C, 29th VA Inf., CSA.  He was living in Grayson Co., in 1898.]

368.            Williams, Josiah                    28          Farm Laborer        100
       Matilda                27            Keeping House
          Emma                 3
     Robert E.                 1
[Josiah Williams served in Co. C, 29th VA Inf., CSA, enl. 7/25/1861 in Carroll Co., promoted to Corporal in
1862, present thru 4/1863, living in Wythe Co. in 1897.  B. 6/  /1841 D. 7/12/1919, buried in the Patton
Cemetery in Grayson Co., VA.  Josiah J. Williams was s/o Thomas (b. 1809) and Cynthia Williams (b.
1809).  Josiah's siblings were:  Susan b. 1832; James b. 1841; Rebecca b. 1846; Celia b. 1848 and Henry
b. 1849.]

257.         Williams, Margarett                    44          Keeping House       1700 780
        Samuel                16
         Sarah                12
          John                 9
[Margaret Williams appears to the be widow of James W. Williams, and was part of fmaily #549 in the
1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

329. Williams, Mary           32            Keeping House       125               NC
     Alvis (m)                14                                             NC
        Fannie                 6
          Mary                 4
        Brooks                 4

347.            Williams, Samuel                    64          Farm Laborer             180          NC
         Nancy                66                                             NC
       John W.                34            Farm Laborer                          NC
       Francis                27                                             NC
      Jeremiah                21            Farm Laborer                          NC
[Jeremiah Williams (d. 1933), Md. Lucinda Moore (d. 1920), d/o Thomas & Huldy Moore, 1/5/1871.
Samuel Williams d. in 1891, Nancy d. 1893.]

267.Williams, Tammy           25            Keeping House
    Charles F.                10
       Mary A.                 6
       Chapman                 4

350.            Williams, Weldon                    25          Farm Laborer             100          NC
    (Moore) Mary J.           25            Keeping House
[Weldon Williams, s/o G. A. & N. Williams, Md. Mary J. Moore, d/o L. & N. Moore, 1/28/1869.  Weldon &
Mary are buried in the Williams Family Cemetery, Stephens Creek, Grayson Co., VA.]

371.        Williams, William S.                    44          Farm Laborer        150  150          NC
      Isabella                38                                             NC
         James                16                                             NC
          John                14                                             NC
         Sarah                11                                             NC
         Eliza                 5                                             VA
          Mary              3/12            (B. Mar. 1870)
[This was family 760 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William S. Williams served in Co. C, 29th VA
Inf. or in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA, as a William Williams served in both.]

184.Willis, Pheraba           71            Keeping House       1800 400
        Elivra                34
        Julina                15
       Frances                10
    Jackson, Isabel            3
[Feriby Willis was the widow of Thomas Willis, b. ca. 1803, and was living in household 292 in the 1850
Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time Elizabeth Willis, b. 1770 was living with this family and was
probably Thomas' mother.  Eli Willis (b. 1805) was living in the household and may have been a bother of
Thomas.]

185.Willis, William         21 B            Farm Laborer             100
        Candis              20 B
        Martha              54 B            Spinner
          Jane              79 B

242.  Wilson, Berry           43            Farmer    1200      550          VA
 (Edwards) Sarah A.           35                                             VA
       Jane E.                18            At School                        VA
       John E.                16            At School                        IL
       Mary E.                15            At School                        IL
      James M.                13            At School                        IL
       Letitia                11            At School                        VA
       Malinda                 9                                             VA
[Berry Wilson served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Greenberry Wilson md. Sarah Ann Edwards on
4/10/1849.  This family was living in household 255 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census with a one
month old child.]

244.  Wilson, Enoch           47            Farmer    1000      300
       Melvina                38            Keeping House
         Kenny                25            Teacher
       Mildred                21            At School
        Amanda                19            At School
      Edie (f)                16            At School
   Arbelia (f)                14            At School
        Delila                 1
  Cains, James                13
[This appears to be family 256 in the 1850 and 559 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Children not at
home were:  Chesterfield b. 1844 and Mundana b. 1850.  Enoch Wilson was s/o Jeremiah Wilson md.
Eleanor Edwards, s/o John Edwards, Jr. on 11/13/1842.  Enoch Edwards was b. 6/8/1823 d. 4/30/1907
and served in Co. D, 37th VA Infantry, CSA.]

194.            Wilson, Jeremiah                    35          Farmer    400       100          NC
         Rissy                34
       Cynthia                 7
         Nancy                 5
        Martin                 2
          John                60            Farm Laborer        200  130

164.  Wilson, Riley           24            Farm Laborer             180
     Elizabeth                27
    William N.                 7
         Nancy                 1
          Mary              2/12            (B. Apr. 1870)
[Riley Wilson, s/o Samuel Wilson was member of family 1460 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Riley
Wilson served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

165. Wilson, Samuel           53            Farmer    370       280
    (Defreece) Mary           33
       Haywood                19
    Curran (m)                16
     Elizabeth                14
          John                 8
      Jeremiah                 6
         David                 4
         Duffy                 2
        Thomas              1/12
[This was family 1460 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Samuel Wilson was s/o Jeremiah Wilson (b.
1784) and Lydia Wilson (b. 1786) and md. (2) Mary "Polly: Defreece, d/o Riley Defreece on 11/15/1857.]

212.   Woods, James           74            Farm Laborer
        Moriah                47            At Home
       Evalina                24
       Rebecca                19
        Robert                18            Farm Laborer
         Cenia                15
        Amelia                12
[Other children of James Woods and Mariah were:  Clark b. 1844, Evelina b. 1845, Jackson b. 1846,
Martin b. 1848 and Andrew b. 1839.]

188.  Woods, Martin           22            Farm Laborer
        Martha                28            Keeping House
    Hawks, Gallihon           13            Farm Laborer
          John                11
       Stephen                10
[Martin Woods was s/o James & Mariah Woods, family 212 Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

45.Wright, Churchwell              43       Miller    1500      1200
       Melinda                43
    Churchwell                23            Farm Laborer
        Samuel                18            At School
       Mary C.                16
      Caroline                14
         Emily                12
        Elbert                10
      Virginia                 8
         David                 6
        Martha                 4
        Robert                 2
[Churchwell Wright s/o James (b. 1784) & Patsey Wright (b. 1786) md. (1) Charlotte Atkins.  Children of
Chruchwell and Charlotte Wright were:  William Richard Wright b. 1845 md. E. V. Elliott (Richard also
served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves CSA; Churchwell Wright, Jr. b. 1847 who md. (1) Thorza Brewer, md.
(2) Olly Roberts and md. (3) M. J. Troy.  Churchwell Wright & Malinda's children were:  Samuel b. 1850;
Mary C. b. 1853 md. James F. Hicks; Sarah b. 1855 md. Jerome Eskins; Emily A. Wright Md. E. Moore,
s/o A. B. & M. H. Moore; Elbert Wright b. 1859 md. M. L. Phillips; Virginia Wright Md. William R. Wright
s/o J. C. & Emily Wright, 12/2/1880; David Wright md. Cora Gray; Lenora b. 1872 md. Robert E. Brewer.
Churchwell Wright served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

32.Wright, James C.           37            Farmer    500       170
   (Ring) Mary                41
    William R.                12
         Emily                10
         Nancy                 4
          John                 2
[James Calloway Wright, s/o John Wright * Malinda Swinney, md. (1) Emily Troy d/o Henry Troy; md. (2)
Mary Ring and md. (3) Naomi Kinzer.  James & Emily Wright's children were William Rufus Wright Md. (1)
Virginia E. Wright, d/o C. & M. A. Wright, 12/2/1880 and md. (2) Lilly Branscome; and Emily Wright.
James & Mary's children were:  Nancy Jane b. 1866 md. Calvin A. Catron; John Boyd Wright b. 1868 md.
(1) Roena Norman and md. (2) Permelia Fields.  James & Naomi Wright's children were:  Miles Wesley
Wright b. 1898; Mabel Wright who md. Guy Hicks; Ethel Wright and Alma Wright who md. a Hancock.
James C. Wright served as CPL in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.  Siblings of James C. Wright were:  Matilda
Jane Wright b. 1830 d. 1893 md. John Lundy; William F. Wright b. 1834 md. Martha E. Welsh; Miles
Wesley Wright b. 1838 d. 1888 md. Rhoda Louise Atkins and Richard Wright b. 1839 who md. Mary Jane
--.]

50.  Wright, Martha           88            Keeping House
[Perhaps she was living in household 341 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, at which time a Martha
Wright, living in that household was listed as age 73.  Martha was widow of James Wright and their
children were:  Tolbert Wright who md. Elizabeth Harper; John who d. before 1850 and md. Malinda
Swinney; Richard Wright who md. Mary "Polly" Williams; Churchwell Wright who md. (1) Charlotte Atkins
and md. (2) Malinda Ann Phillips; and Jane Wright who md. John Williams.]

40.   Wright, Miles           31            Farm Laborer              50
(Atkins) Rhoda                22
         Alice                 9
       John W.                 7
 William Edgar                 4
        Ida F.                 2
        Robert              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[This was family 325 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA census.  Miles Wright served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. and
in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA, enlsiting on 2/28/1863.  Miles Wesley Wright, b. 4/15/1838 d. 1/20/1888
was s/o John Wright & Malinda Swinney.  Malinda was d/o James F. Swinney & Betsy Byrd.  Miles Wright
md. Rhoda Ann Louise Atkins.  Their children were:  Rhoda Alice Bell Wright b. 10/26/1860 d. 9/8/1924
md. Charles J. Richards; John Wesley Wright b. 10/7/1863 d. 2/10/1929 md. Olive J. Wright; William
Edward Wright b. 6/18/1861 md. Mary E. Henricks; Ida F. Wright b. 10/1/1868 md. James T. Keller;
Robert Lee Wright b. 5/30/1870 d. 4/4/1949 md. Margaret Skinner; and Mollie who died as an infant.]

321.Wright, Richard           47            Farm Laborer        300  170
   (Williams) Polly           42            Keeping House
     Belly (f)                23
         James                25            Farm Laborer
        Martha                20
         Ellen                15
       Richard                14
        Andrew                 9
        Elvira                25
[Richard Wright, s/o James & Patsy Wright (See family #50, Old Town District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census) Md. Polly Williams, d/o Henry Williams, 1/21/1841.  This may have been family 465 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Richard Wright served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Their children were:
Sarah Ann Wright b. 3/25/1843 d. 12/16/1914 md. Thomas Gardner Bartlett; James Tolbert Wright b.
1846 d. 1/1/1906 and served in Co. D, 37th Battalion VA Cavalry CSA md. Frances Elvira Welsh; Mary
Wright b. 1847 d. young; Edith Francis Wright b. 2/6/1853 d. 3/4/1924 md. Friel Jones; Minerva Ellen
Wright b. 12/15/1855 d. 10/19/1938 md. T. Hugh Nuckolls; Mattie C. Wright b. 3/31/1850 d. 3/16/1936 and
never md.; Elizabeth Wright b. 1/1/1847 d. 10/16/1925 md. Monroe Leonard; Richard Church Wright b.
11/5/1860 d. 5/5/1911 md. Hannah...; Andrew F. Wright b. 1863 md. Lena Hill.]

21.    Wysong, John           38            Farmer    500       270          NC
    (Byrd) Laurinda           39            Keeping House
       Fielden                15
      Caroline                 8
          Mary                 4
     Elizabeth              1/12            (B. May 1870)
[John Wysong, Md. Laurina Byrd 11/12/1852; L. Caroline Wysong Md. W. F. Atkins, s/o G. M. & F. Atkins,
7/1/1880.  This was family 367 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Wysong served in Grayson
Co. Militia.  They lived in the Spring Valley - Clito area of Grayson Co.]

108.  Yarbor, Henry           69            Farm Laborer                          NC
          Mary                52                                             NC
     Elizabeth                26                                             NC
          Lucy                19                                             NC
          Emma                 5                                             VA
[This was family 1471 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

107. Yarbor, Joseph           30            Farm Laborer        300               NC
       Charity                20
       Houston                 1
[Joseph was the son of Henry and Mary Yarber and was part of family #1471 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

The 1870 Federal Census for Grayson County Wilson District

This District was taken in the month of July 1870 by William J. Clarke. Population for Wilson Creek District, Grayson County, Virginia was 3394.

HOUSE          NAME            AGE          OCCUPATION                REAL          PERS.            POB
NUMBER                        RACE                      PROP.        PROP.

258.   Adams, Riley             32          Farm Laborer                                 (Wilkes Co.) NC
(Lester), Catherine             28          Keeping House
       Mary P.             10
     Ludema C.              9
     Andrew J.              4
       John A.              2
[Riley Adams, s/o Allen Adams (1815-_) & Judith Adams (1820-_), Md. Catherine Lester, d/o J. Lester 2/3/1858.  Riley's
true name may have been William Riley Adams.  Danny Miller indicates that Catherine was Catherine Colwell, daughter
of Nancy Colwell, age 18 when she married in Ashe Co. on 1/28/1858.  Riley Adams served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf., CSA.
Riley's siblings include John, Martin, and Creed Adams.]

533. Adams, Solomon             55          Farm Laborer                                              NC
         Sarah             34                                                          VA
         Polly             10                                                          TX
        Andrew              8                                                          VA
          Eloy              5                                                          VA
    William H.              4                                                          NC
          John              2                                                          NC
[This was family 1161 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew Adams Md. Rosa Phillips, d/o Jas. & Martha
Phillips, 12/21/1880.  Solomon Adams appears to have been a brother of Allen Adams, father of Riley above.  Other
siblings of Solomon were Elijah, B. ca. 1817; and John B. ca. 1820.]

292.         Alexander, James                     40 B          Shoemaker                                            NC

218.Anderson, C. H.             42          Farmer        600          326
    (Hash), Jestine             40
        Harvey             15
        Thomas             13
      James J.              5
     Robert L.              1
[This was family 1007 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Churchill Harvey Anderson, s/o Harvey (1806-_) & Leziah
Anderson (1807-_), Md. Jestine Hash on 12/5/1850, Ashe Co., NC.   C. H. Anderson was born 11/25/1827 and died in
Grayson Co., VA on 6/23/1890.  Son, Allen Anderson Md. Jane Bishop 9/11/1878; Robert Lee Anderson Md. Ida Greer
per 1900 census.  This was family 1007 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Churchill Harvey Anderson served as
1st Lt. in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting early in the war.  He was dropped at regimental reorganization on 6/26/1862.]

553.         Anderson, Calvin                       34          Farmer           200
         Sarah             25
    Malissa J.              4
         Mary               1
        Willis              1
[Alexander Calvin Anderson, B. 4/24/1836 D. 12/8/1902 may be the same as was living in household 946 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Sarah was B. 4/26/1845 D. 3/31/1889.  He served in Companies G and I2, 63rd VA Infantry,
CSA.  He moved to Carroll Co., post-war, but returned to Grayson Co.]

315.Anderson, Celia             52          Farmer                     117             VA
    Ambrose J.             21                                                          NC
      Wiley C.             19                                                          NC
   Marshall E.             17                                                          NC
      Nancy M.             15                                                          NC
     Thomas M.             13                                                          NC
      James L.             11                                                          NC
[Thomas H. Anderson Md. Celia Haga, 2/17/1842, Ashe Co., NC.]

176.         Anderson, Elisha                       41          Farmer           800                 167
       Thursey             44
      Linville             20
        Elbert             18
        Syntha             16
       America             14
    Beauregard              9
      Columbus              6
       William              3
        Amanda              3
[Elisha Anderson was probably the s/o Isaac Anderson (b. 1776) and his wife, Elizabeth (b. ca. 1786).  Joseph Anderson
(b. ca. 1780) lived at one time with this family, as well as with Jacob Hash.  Elbert Anderson Md. M. L. Perkins, d/o J.
& R. Perkins, 3/15/1874.  Elisha Anderson may have been the man of that name who was 2nd Lt. in Co. B, 4th VA
Reserves, CSA.]

491.       Anderson, Isaac D.                       68          Farmer           300                 163
(Prichard), Matilda             63
       Evaline             25
         McCoy             22
         Susan             15
[Isaac D. Anderson Md. Matilda Prichard 2/14/1836]

302.        Anderson, Jackson                     46 M          Farmer                               227             NC
         Susan           45 M                                                          NC
        Alfred           24 M                                                          NC
           Ann            9 M                                                          NC
 Crage, George           68 M                                                          NC
[George Crage (Craig) was member of household 1232 in the 1860 Grayson Co., Census.]

74.Anderson, Jackson            40          Farmer        800
(W138 Welshe, Matilda), Martha N. 43 Keeping House
     Elizabeth             20
     Sarah Ann             17
     Victor A.             14
       Mary E.              3
[This was family 938 in the 1860 Grayson Co. Census.  Jackson Anderson Md. Matilda Welshe, 1/21/1849, Ashe Co.,
NC.  No certainty that this is the same couple.  Sarah Ann Anderson, Md. Hiram Jones, s/o W. & M. Jones, 7/1/1877.]

557.Anderson, Jesse             31          Farm Laborer                              120
      Victoria             23
[Jesse Anderson served as a Sergeant in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, where he enlisted on 6/28/1861, promoted from
Corporal to Second Sergeant 7/31/1862, Captured at Waynesboro 3/2/1865, sent to Harper's Ferry to Fort Delaware as
POW, released 6/19/1865.  He entered Confederate Soldiers Home in Richmond in 1910, died April 1927 and is buried
in Anderson Family Cemetery, Marion, Smyth Co., VA.  Jessee may have been the son of Harvey and Liziah or Alvin
and Patsy Anderson.]

73.Anderson, John A.            24          Farm Laborer                              104
 (Grubb), Elizabeth             24
[John A. Anderson, Md. Elizabeth Grubb, d/o J. & N. Grubb on 12/3/1868.  John A. Anderson may have been the son
of Elihu and Thursey Anderson, family #965, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

138. Anderson, John             76          Farm Laborer
      Pheribee             76
[John Anderson Md. Pheribee Cornett, d/o David on 12/4/1813.  Children were Nelson Anderson B. ca. 1824 who Md.
Rachel Cornett 5/30/1852; Mary Anderson B. ca. 1817 and Rose Ann Anderson B. ca. 1840.]

249.       Anderson, Margaret                       49          Keeping House
         Manah             24
    Camel (f)?             21
       Luticia             19
         Susan              1
[Luticia Anderson Md. Phillip Crouse, s/o David & F. Crouse, 4/26/1874.  No identification of this family has been made.]

182.Anderson, McCoy             40          Farmer        400          248
(Phipps), Alsey (Ann)           37          Keeping House
          John             15
       Ruth J.             13
       Mary J.             11
       Rosa L.              9
          Noah              7
      Augustus              5
         Mirta              3
         Davis              1
[This was family 1006 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 47, 84-90, Phipps Family of NC & VA.  McCoy
Anderson, s/o Harvey Columbus Anderson & Keziah Holloway, B. 2/17/1830 D. 1/5/1903 Md. Alsey Ann Phipps, d/o John
Phipps & Ruth Howell, B. 12/22/1832 D. 4/7/1905.  Daughter not listed, Celia Caroline Anderson, B. 6/8/1851 Md. James
Monroe Paisley 1/25/1872, who was B. 3/25/1851 & D. 5/2/1927.  She is buried in the Troutdale Cemetery, Troutdale,
VA.  A son Columbus Anderson was born ca. 1853.  John Anderson, Md. Frona Hash, d/o Enoch & Olive (Halsey) Hash,
5/3/1878; Noah Anderson, Md. Alice Hash, d/o Wm. & Polly (Glass) Hash, 3/13/1881.  Ruth Jane Anderson Md. Laurel
Strange; Mary Jestin Anderson Md. Josh. Rose; Rosa Lessie Anderson Md. Lee F. Hash, 2/14/1892 B. 1/29/1873 D.
9/19/1959, s/o William Hash & Polly Glass.  "They lived at Fox, VA."  Augustus Adolphus Anderson, B. 2/22/1864 D.
7/14/1938 Md. 11/10/1905 Verna Phipps, B. 8/24/1891 D. 5/29/1977, d/o Wm. Jackson Phipps & Henrietta Hoffman.
The Phipps Family of NC & VA lists a son Floyd Anderson who married Annie Halsey, d/o Morris Halsey & Sophina Hash,
on 2/26/1871.  Children born to McCoy & Alsey Phipps Anderson after the 1870 census were:  Minnie Anderson B.
11/29/1872, Md. Robert Osborne, s/o Enoch Burton Osborne & Irena Cox; Tishia Anderson who married J. Alex Hash,
10/11/1885, s/o Enoch D. Hash & Olive Halsey; & Jennie Anderson, B. 5/10/1874 D. 5/3/1945 who never married.
McCoy Anderson served as 3rd Sgt. in Company I, 51st VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861.  He was reduced to Private
due to AWOL from 8/7/1862 to 12/31/1862.  He was sick from 6/15/1863 to 11/4/1863.]

518.         Anderson, Melvin                       27          Farmer           600                 164
     Catherine             33
     Robert M.              2
     Violet F.              1                                                          NC
         T. C.           1/12               (B. Apr. 1870)
[This family has not otherwise been identified.]

442.       Anderson, Mitchell                       22          Farmer
       Love A.             16
      Julia O.              2
       Rush F.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
  Weiss, Rhoda             43                             575          444             NC
[Rhoda Weiss was widow of John Weiss, Sr. (b. ca. 1798/9.  In the 1850 census John Weiss' wife was listed as Love
(b. ca. 1797).  Love A. Anderson may be his granddaughter.]

136.         Anderson, Nelson                       45          Farmer           800                 127
  (Cornett), Rachel             40
      Allen F.             17
       Timothy             13
      Pheba A.             11
       Lorenzo              7
         Flora           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
[This was family 947 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nelson Anderson, s/o John Anderson and Pheribee Cornett,
Md. Rachel Cornett 5/31/1852.  Allen F. Anderson, Md. Mary Ann Ward, d/o John H. & Lula Ward, 11/19/1873; Timothy
Anderson, Md. Sarah E. Hash, d/o Eli & Mary Hash, 5/30/1881; Pheba A. Anderson, Md. Weldon Cornett, s/o Loyd &
A. Cornett, 4/5/1877.]

81.Anderson, Orville            24          Farm Laborer
    (Haga) Celia C.             21
          Noah              2
      Henry A.              1                                                          VA
  Cooper, Elizabeth             95          Retired                                                   NC
[Orville Anderson served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA and Co. C, 37th VA Infantry, CSA and was wounded at Cedar
Mountain on 8/9/1862.  Family research indicates that Orville Anderson Md. Celia Clementine Haga on 8/12/1866.
Elizabeth Cooper is likely Celia's grandmother.]

317.      Anderson, Robert H.                       24          Farm Laborer                         102
     Highly V.             28
      Celia E.           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
[Robert Houston Anderson B. ca. 1846, may have served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA.]

72.Anderson, Freelin            48          Farmer        800          256
         Polly             45               Keeping House
     Sarah Ann             17
     Elizabeth             14
       Emaline             12
        Thomas              9
       Evaline              8
       Jackson              4
         James           3/12
[Dates probably erroneous, identification of this family has not been made.]

517. Anderson, Ruth             69          Keeping House
          Cena             38
[Ruth Anderson may have been the same as was living in household 1145 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ruth
may be Ruth Pugh, widow of Elisha Anderson.  They were married on 12/14/1819.  Other probable children were
Aseneath B. ca. 1833; Catherine B. ca. 1835; Helena B. ca. 1840, and Martha J. B. ca. 1844.]

436.        Anderson, Spencer                       31          Farmer           500                 318
       Mary A.             29
      Hulda J.              3
    Almedia M.              2
        Wallen           3/12               (B. Mch. 1870)
[Spencer Anderson, s/o William (b. ca. 1805) & Martha Anderson (b. ca. 1818), gs/o William Anderson (b. ca. 1768) was
member of household 922 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Spencer Anderson served in the Grayson Co. Militia,
Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry and Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

385.        Anderson, Stephen                       32          Farmer                               182
  (Duvall), Rebecca             30
          Rosa             12
    Stephen B.             10
          Mary              8
      Lourinda              6
          Cora              3
          Roby           3/12               (B. Apr. 1870)
[Stephen Anderson served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

180.        Anderson, Stephen                       55          Farmer           150
 (Perkins) Eliza A.             59
          Elsa             25
       Ross A.              4
    Stephen B.              2
[This was family 945 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen Anderson served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.
Stephen Anderson Md. Eliza Perkins, d/o Gordon Perkins on 12/29/1825.  Ross A. and Stephen B. are probably
grandchildren.]

427.         Anderson, Wallen                       65          Farmer          1200                 592
        Martha             49                                                          TN
        Ludema             29
        Sidela             23
        Abijah             22
      Nancy J.             16
        Cicero              2
[Sidela Anderson Md. E. F. Anderson, s/o Jane Anderson, 6/27/1877.  Some of the above are probably grandchildren.]

545.         Baldwin, John K.                       64          Farm Laborer                                         NC
      Sarah E.             50                                                          NC
       Frances             15                                                          NC
     Elizabeth             13                                                          NC
        Mantha             10                                                          NC
      Saml. W.              8                                                          NC
[This family lived in the Whitetop section of Grayson Co.]

339.      Baldwin, William D.                       58          Farmer           400                 200             NC
(Stringer), Margaret            61                                                     NC
        Reuben             17                                                          VA
 Ross, William             16               Farm Laborer                                              NC
[This was family 1090 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, after coming to Grayson Co., VA from Ashe Co., NC ca.
1855.  Ref. P. 73-74, Family Portraits by Phyllis Gale Roop.  Per ref. William D. Baldwin was s/o Joseph Baldwin &
Catherine Hart, Md. Margaret Stringer, d/o John Stringer (s/o Reuben Stringer, B. ca. 1755 & pioneer settler on the South
Fork of the New River) & Susannah Baker (d/o Morris Baker & Jane Smith).  Other children apparently were, Joseph B.
ca. 1832; Louisa B. ca. 1833, Jefferson B. ca. 1834, John B. ca. 1835, Catherine B. ca. 1836, Noah B. ca. 1837, Hiram
B. ca. 1838, William B. ca. 1839, Charlotte B. ca. 1840, Baker B. ca. 1841, William Marshall B. ca. 1845 and Rosamond
B. ca. 1846.]

280.      Baldwin, William M.                       25          Farmer           200                 151
      Rosamond             24
        Monroe           9/12               (B. Aug. 1869)
[William M. Baldwin served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  He was the s/o William D. Baldwin and Margaret Stringer,
family #339 Wilson District, 1870 Grayson Co., Census.]

297.  Ball, John E.             31          Farm Laborer                              194             NC
 (Hash), Lydia             27
      Nancy J.              7
    William C.              4
       Leander              2
[John Elbert Ball, s/o Chesley B. ca. 1810 in NC and Mary B. ca. 1810 in NC, Md. Lydia Hash, d/o William C. Hash &
Malissa Wingate, Md. 4/6/1862, Ashe Co., NC.  John E. Ball served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 and
was discharged 5/23/1862 for chronic rheumatism.  John Elbert's siblings were William J. B. ca. 1837, Mary Ann B. ca.
1840 and Elizabeth B. ca. 1849.  This Ball family moved to Grayson Co., VA ca. 1843.]

515.Ball, Joseph C.             32          Farmer        300          260             NC
       Hellena             29
      Estil A.              6
       Roda C.              5
     Robert B.              4
     Martin R.              2
      Lydia V.              1
[Joseph Ball served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Joseph C. Ball was apparently s/o Sarah Ball, b. ca. 1805, see
family #358, 1870 Wilson District, Grayson Co., VA Census.]

358.    Ball, Sarah             67          Farmer                                     NC
          Mary             42

33.Ball, William J.             33          Farmer       5000          262             NC
(Thomas, Lucinda),Ludema             27                                                VA
    Francis M.              4
       Noah D.              3
    Anderson, Frank             10
   Pennington, John             18
[William J. Ball, s/o Chesley and Nancy Ball, Md. Lucinda Thomas, 4/26/1862, Ashe Co., NC,  Perhaps the same couple?
William J. Ball served as First Sergeant in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 and in the Grayson Co. Militia.
John Pennington was probably Md. to Polly Thomas, d/o L. S. & E. Thomas on 11/23/1871.]

355.         Ball, William B.                       39          Farmer                               200
   (Reedy), Eveline             41
       John A.             16
      Sarah A.             14
         Eliza             11
William A. ("Albert") J.              5
      James U.              2
[This was family 1128 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William B. Ball, s/o Sarah Ball, Md. Evaline Reedy,
10/15/1853, Ashe Co., NC.  John Andrew Ball Md. Luticia Reedy d/o Riley & Mary Ross Reedy, family 372.  Eveline
Caroline Reedy B. ca. 1826 d/o John & Sarah Davis Reedy.  John Reedy s/o Christopher C. & Ann Whisman Reedy.
Sarah Ann Ball Md. Joseph Gaultney; Eliza Ball Md. Calvin Blevins at Whitetop.  William B. Ball served in Co. C, 63rd
VA Infantry, CSA.  Siblings of William B. were Joseph b. ca. 1830, Nancy b. ca. 1839 and Mary b. ca. 1827.]

61.  Ballard, James             37          Merchant                   300           1316
(Hale, Mary), Ellen             23          Keeping House                                             TN
       William              7
       Mary B.              5
       John K.             59               Retired Merchant 1200
[James Ballard, s/o William & Martha Ballard Md. Mary Ellen Hale, d/o Lewis & Sally Hale, of McMinn Co., TN on
9/11/1861.  Ref. P. 134, Nuckolls, Ellen Hale, d/o Lewis Hale and wife (2) Elmira Cantrell, Md. James Ballard.  William
Ballard migrated to CA; Mary Bell Ballard Md. Winfield Perkins of Helton, Ashe Co. NC, s/o W. Perkins and Bell Ballard.]

7.Barton, Elizabeth             29          House Keeper                                              VA
      Rosamond              7
[Elizabeth Phipps Barton, d/o Benjamin Phipps and Nancy Richardson, was the widow of Wilborn Barton (b. ca. 1835),
s/o of John (b. ca. 1814) & Jenny Barton (b. ca. 1818).  Wilborn's siblings were Levi b. ca. 1837, Martha b. ca. 1834,
Sarah b. ca. 1836 and Wesley B. ca. 1849.]

22.    Barton, John             57          Farmer       1000          392             VA
          Jane             52                                                          VA
  Darorell ?, James             12                                                     NC
[This was family 1050 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  See notation under Elizabeth Barton, family #7, 1870
Wilson District, Grayson Co., VA Census.]

271.Barton, John H.             28          Physician                                 200
       Mary A.             24
     Hester A.              4
      Irena T.              1
Phillips, Elizabeth           14 B          Domestic
  Donnivan, John L.             14          Farm Laborer
[John H. Barton served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting at Independence on 6/24/1861 and was discharged in Giles
Co. 7/1/1862 due to pneumonia.  John H. Barton was s/o John D. and Elizabeth Barton.  John D. Barton was s/o John
and Elizabeth Barton, senior Barton pioneers of Grayson Co.  John D. was brother of Charity Barton who married (1)
Larkin Phipps and (2) Stephen Ward, Jr.]

290.Barton, John L.             67          Farm Laborer
 (Davis), Elizabeth             68
        Morris             35
[This was family 1231 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John L. Barton, s/o John & Elizabeth Barton, Md. Elizabeth
Davis, d/o Morris Davis, 4/15/1822.  John D. Barton Md. (2) Rhoda Farmer on 6/16/1882.]

214.         Bennett, Fielden                       24          Farm Laborer
          Rosa             21
      Margaret              2
        Mollie          11/12               (B. Jun 1869)
[Fielden Bennett enlisted in Co. C, 63rd VA Inf. at Moccasin Gap on 4/6/1862, but served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA,
enlisting 7/18/1862.  He was hospitalized at Chimborazo 6/8/1864 to 8/4/1864 for acute diarrhea and again in
Charlottesville in October 1864.  He was taken POW at Waynesboro 3/2/1865, sent to Harper's Ferry and then to Fort
Delaware, he was released there on 6/22/1865.  Fielden Bennett is probably related to Thomas Bennett, family #426,
Wilson District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

426.Bennett, Thomas             56          Farmer        125          154
        Hannah             47
[Thomas Bennett was the son of Thomas Bennett (b. ca. 1796) and Polly (b. ca. 1797) and were from North Carolina.]

8.Benneyneth, James             26          Farm Laborer                                              NC
       Juliann             26
      Sarah A.              7
      Polly J.              5
          Levi          11/12
[No family identification of this family has been made.]

494.         Bishop, James L.                       28          Farmer                                               NC
    (York) Sarah E.             26                                                     NC
      Nancy C.              3
       Malinda              1
[James L. Bishop, s/o R. A. & Nancy A. Bishop Md. Sarah E. York, d/o Levi York, 11/30/1865.  James L. Bishop served
as Captain in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

186. Bishop, Samuel             42          Farmer        400          325
   (Bonham), Ludema             40
       John A.             18
      Phebe E.             16
      Legarlau             13
         Floyd              9
         Heath              7
          Noah              5
[This was family 964 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Samuel Jackson Bishop Md. Ludema Bonham, B. 1/24/1826
D. 3/10/1899, d/o Joseph Bonham & Tabitha Russell, 10/27/1851.  John A. Bishop Md. L. C. Livesay, d/o F. & E. Livesay,
1/8/1879; Floyd Bishop Md. Susan Parks, d/o B. & S. Parks, 1/2/1880.  Ref. William Bonham, New River Pioneer by Trula
Fay Perkey.  The children of Samuel Jackson Bishop & Ludema Bonham were:  John Allen Md. Lucinda Barton; Emaline
Md. Alex Grubb; Lee Garland Md. Rachel Parks; Noah E. Md. Mary Ann Phipps; Samuel Md. Myrtle Cornett; Fielding
Reece; Lucia Md. Creed Hash; David Heath Md. Sally Ray; Troy Weldon Md. Sarah Parks; Andrew Jackson Md. Myrtle
Collins; & Floyd E. Md. Susan Parks.  Other children were Joseph N. B. ca. 1852, Emaline B. ca. 1853, Garland and
Phoebe E. both b. ca. 1854, and may have died in childhood.  Samuel Bishop served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA, per
history of Grayson Co in Words and Pictures.  There is no service record for him in the National Archives.  Other sources
indicate that he served in the homeguards during the Civil War.]

331. Blevins, Allen             39          Farmer        500          165
 (Williams), Rachel             25
       Noah M.             16
      Isaac W.             13
      James M.             11
       Malinda              8
      Miles W.              4
     Thomas C.              2
       Wharton           2/12               (B. Apl. 1870)
[Allen Blevins, B. 12/7/1830 D. 8/11/1912 s/o Wells Blevins & Elizabeth Pennington, Md. (2) Rachel Williams 10/30/1864,
Ashe Co., NC.  Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications and Blevins Family Research by Ron L. Blevins.  Allen Blevins Md.
(1) Fanny M. Privette, d/o Noah Privette and Naomi DeBoard.  Their children were:  Rev. Noah M. Blevins B. 9/10/1853
D. 5/5/1939 Md. Catherine Dolinger, 11/1/1874 B. 3/6/1852 D. 1/16/1936; Selah J. Blevins D. 1856; Isaac Wells Blevins
B. 9/9/1856 D.12/17/1924 Md. Kesiah Walls 2/24/1877; James Milas Blevins B. 11/25/ 1858 Md. Laura S. Lewis
11/18/1881; Malinda Blevins B. 1862 D. 1891, Md. a Wall; Miles W. Blevins B. 10/8/1865 D. 1928; Md. Elizabeth
Edmondson 8/8/1885; Thomas Christopher Blevins Md. Annie Hall 1/7/1897; Horton Blevins B. 4/18/1870 Md. Nancy
V. Billings 12/31/1896.  Children born after 1870 were:  Poindexter D. Blevins B. 8/2/1872 D. 10/18/1940 Md. Matilda
Cave 9/23/1900; Mary N. Blevins Md. William Blevins 12/12/1892; Martha R. Blevins B. 4/16/1877 D. 1/29/1940 Md.
Newton Baker; Lydia Catherine Blevins B. 1883; Isaac B. Blevins B. 4/5/1885 D. 5/26/1943 Md. Rhoda Blevins, d/o David
Blevins.]

313.Blevins, Andrew             30          Farm Laborer                              128
  (Greer), Ann             25
      James A.              2
[Andrew Blevins, s/o James Andrew Blevins (b. ca. 1795) and Charity Wyatt (b. ca. 1798), Md. Ann Greer, d/o Alexander
Greer & Lydia Curd of Johnson Co., TN, 12/31/1868, Ashe Co., NC.  Andrew Blevins served in the Grayson Co. Militia
and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, as did his brother Jonathan.]

350. Blevins, James             73          Farm Laborer
         Susan             73                                                          NC
[This may have been family 1092 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, despite disparities in ages listed.  James had
the following children:  Morris, b. ca. 1826, William b. ca. 1828, Pheobe b. ca. 1832, Mahala b. ca. 1838, Andrew b. ca.
1840, Jonathan b. ca. 1844 and Nancy b. ca. 1847.  In the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, Rachel Blevins, b. ca. 1775
was living with this family, and may have been his mother.]

330. Blevins, James             43          Farmer       1800          515
(Edmondson) Margaret            37
        Andrew             17
         Ellen             15
     Elizabeth             14
         David             10
         Susan              7
      Franklin              3
       William              1
  Hart, Andrew             20
[This was family 1102 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications and Blevins Family
Research by Ron L. Blevins, West Point, VA.  James Blevins, B. 12/17/1826 D. 2/26/1902, Md. Martha Edmondson, D.
5/26/1900.  They are buried in the Whitetop Baptist Church Cemetery, Grayson Co., VA.  James served in Co. F, 63rd
VA Inf., CSA.  Their children were:  Andrew Jackson Blevins, B. 9/10/ 1852 Md. Ada Clark 2/8/1874, Ashe Co., NC B.
1/30/1855, d/o Armstrong Clark and Mary Miller; Ellen Blevins, B. 11/13/1854 D. 3/3/1935, Md. Samuel Taylor; Elizabeth
Blevins B. 5/10/1856 Md. William L. Blevins 9/19/1872 B. 2/28/1847 D. 9/29/ 1922, s/o Jesse Blevins and Catherine
Pennington; David Blevins B. 3/10/1860 Md. Louisa C. Jennings; Franklin M. Blevins B. 5/18/1862 Md. Elzina Blevins
9/18/ 1890, B. 10/31/1868, d/o Jesse Blevins and Catherine Pennington; Susan Blevins, B. 11/10/1863 D. 2/25/1914
Md. John W. Blevins, B. 2/18/1864 D. 3/28/1914, s/o Eli Blevins and Elizabeth Sturgill; William Riley Blevins B. 7/18/1867
Md. (1) Mary Jane Miller, Md. (2) Rosa Toliver 3/15/1902.]

311.        Blevins, Jonathan                       27          Farmer          1100                 288
  (Greer) Elizabeth             19                                                     TN
     Martha M.              2
      Lydia S.              1
[Jonathan Blevins, s/o James and Susan Blevins, served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.
Elizabeth Greer was d/o Alexander Greer and Lydia Curd of Johnson Co., TN - based on estate records of Alexander
Greer.]

338.      Blevins, Lilburn H.                       37          Farmer
(Dolinger), Rebecca J.          45
    William W.              9
     Amanda C.              6
    Sherman G.              4
[Lilburn H. Blevins Md. Rebecca Jane Dolinger 8/10/1857, Ashe Co., NC.  Despite considerable research by several
individuals, Lilburn H. Blevins' parents have not been determined.  Lilburn H. Blevins served in the Grayson Co. Militia
and in Co. C, 63d Virginia, Inf., CSA.  He moved to Alabama ca. 1900 and later to Oklahoma, where he was last heard
from.]

325.  Blevins, Mary             33          Keeping House                                             NC
     Alexander             14
      Milly E.             __
        Martha             10
       Luzilla              6
     Thomas J.              3
[This family has not been further identified.]

320.Blevins, Morris             45          Farmer
       Lucinda             35
      Nancy C.             15
        Mahala             13
        Alfred             11
        Andrew              9
        Calvin              7
       Emaline              5
[Morris Blevins was s/o James and Susan Blevins.]

5.  Bolt, Frederick             24          Farm Laborer                              232             VA
          Mary             27               House Keeper                                              NC
        Wm. F.              2                                                          NC
   Blevins, Preston              9                                                     NC
[It seems likely that Frederick Bolt was the son of Tyree & Ally Bolt.]

4.  Bolt, Tyre             47               Farmer        500          521             VA
(Nester), Ally             48               Keeping House
        Thomas             23                                                          (Carroll Co., VA)
     Andrew J.             25
       July A.             20
        Zilpha             18
       John M.             14
         James             16
        Rachel             12                                                          NC
        Wm. L.              9                                                          NC
     George W.             66                                                          NC
[Tyre Bolt, s/o John Bolt and Rebecca Dillard, Md. Ally Nester, d/o Abraham Nester and Rachel Cock, 3/18/1843, in
Carroll Co., VA.  Thomas Bolt Md. Nancy Ward, d/o David & Minerva Ward, 6/17/1871 and lived at Buck Mountain Gap;
Andrew J. Bolt Md. L. A. Wright, d/o A. & C. Wright, 9/19/1872; John M. Bolt Md. Mary Herrington, d/o Stephen &
Caroline Herrington, 12/30/1880; James Bolt Md. (1) Rebecca Ward, d/o David & Minerva Ward, 2/16/1879 and Md. (2)
Eunice Poe and Md. (3) Betty Cox;  Andrew Bolt Md. (1) L. A. Wright, d/o A. & C. Wright on 9/19/1872 and Md. (2) Viney
Sawyers, d/o J. M. & M. Sawyers on 3/7/1880.  Rachel America Bolt Md. L. D. Reid, s/o Wm. T. & Mary Reid, 2/13/1882.
This was family 438 in the 1850 Carroll Co., VA Census.]

169.  Bonham, Allen             32          Farmer       1200          317
    (Jones) Cansady             20          Keeping House
      Susan N.              3
     Hannah T.              2
       Stephen          10/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
        Joseph             72
  (Russell) Tobitha             65
[Allen Bonham was member of household 959 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Allen Bonham, B. 11/24/1838 D.
1/9/1905, s/o Joseph Bonham & Tabitha Russell, Md. Cansady Jones, d/o Joseph & Susan Jones, 12/28/1865 B. 1849
D. 1/7/1914.  Ref. William Bonham, New River Pioneer, by Trula Fay Perky.  They had the following children:  Sarah;
Hannah; Stephen Reece Md. (1) Mary Alveridia Carter, Md. (2) Susie Anderson; Lucy Ludema Md. Stephen Barnett
Parks; Weldon Ora Md. Theodocia Barker; Minnie V.; Samuel Noah Md. Daisey Shuler; Mary Elizabeth Md. Thomas
Byrd; Joseph A. Md. Alice Ross; James Boyce Md. Della Parks; Daisy Lutichia Md. James Fisher; Lois E.; & Marvin L.
Allen Bonham served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. C, 63d VA Inf., CSA.]

170.Bonham, Ephraim             38          Farmer        400          190
    (Bishop) Martha             45
       Ephraim              8
     Robert A.              5
     Roe, Mary             19
[This was family 953 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ephraim Bonham, B. 10/24/1831 D. 4/18/1880 s/o Joseph
& Tabitha Russell Bonham, Md. (1) Martha Bishop 5/22/1851 & Md. (2) Mary Roe, d/o Wm. & R. Roe, 11/2/1872.  Ref.
William Bonham, New River Pioneer by Trula Fay Perkey, Ephraim Bonham had 4 children by Martha:  James H. Md.
Dora Sage; Levi; Robert Alexander Md. Nancy T. Roe; Monroe Md. Emaline Brewer.  Children by Mary Roe were:  Etta,
Flora M., & Susie.  Ephraim Bonham served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 4/1/1862 and was on detached duty
in Grayson Co., VA in July 1862.]

153.       Bonham, William R.                       45          Farmer           200                 102
(Brewer) Polly             38               Keeping House
     Masten J.             10
    Synthia C.              8
         Nancy              6
         Betty              4
    Mary Alice              2
      Eliza E.          11/12               (B. Jul 1869)
       John H.          11/12               (B. Jul 1869)
[Ref. William Bonham, New River Pioneer by Trula Fay Perky, P. 53.  William Bonham, B. 10/29/1824 D. 5/19/1906 s/o
Joseph Bonham & Tabitha Russell, Md. (1) Sarah Bishop, 6/17/1847, Md. (2) Mary "Polly" Brewer, 2/19/1857.  William
had 4 children by his first wife:  Martha who married H. B. Bagwell; Emeline who married Allen Haga; Mattison who
married Clara McDaniel & Sally.  William had 6 children by his second wife, listed in ref. as:  William, Caroline, Mary,
Joseph, Ruth & John Hicks Bonham.  John Hicks Bonham Md. Lura Murray.  William R. Bonham served in the Grayson
Co. Militia, CSA.]

43.Bourn, John             35               Farmer        200
      Alpha J.             40
       Rebecca             12
      James P.             10
      Victoria              8
     Sidela P.              6
   Virginia C.              4
        Martha           8/12
 Wisley, Betty             21
Mayfield, Lucy             12                                                          TX
[John Bourn served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA, Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA and in the Grayson Co. Militia.  He enl in
Co. F, 4/24/1861, detailed as teamster, 1/8/1862 and deserted at Swift Run Gap, 4/23/1862.  Other family information
has not been determined.]

468.    Bower, John           25 B          Farm Laborer
         Nelly           25 B
           Ann            8 B
        Samuel            6 B
     Thursy A.           23 B
          Mary            6 B                                                          NC
       Evaline           15 B                                                          NC
[This was probably one of George Bower of Ashe County, NC's freed slaves and his family.]

395.  Boyer, Morgan             55          Farmer       1500          800
          Mary             39
        Mahala             16
       John A.             14
      Rosamond             13
       Safrona             11
    Churchwell             10
       William              8
         Reece              6
          Lucy              3
[This was family 1069 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Morgan Boyer b. 4/1/1815 d. 1901, s/o John Boyer and
Mary Long, Md. (1) Lucy or Martha Fielder, 9/14/1838.  Md. (2) Mary Pauline Hackler and lived in the Grant Community
of Grayson Co.  Children by his first marriage were Sarah b. ca. 1840, Mary b. ca. 1841, Martha b. ca. 1843, Elizabeth
B. ca. 1845, Nancy b. ca. 1847, and Telitha b. ca. 1848.  Lucy Boyer died between 1848 and 1850.  Rosamond Boyer
Md. Byrom Johnson, s/o D. & K. Johnson, 1/27/1879; Sophronia Boyer Md. Troy M. Thomas s/o Johnathan & C. Thomas,
1/9/1879.]

183.   Brewer, Ezra             54          Farmer        600          245
          Mary             43
      Sarah J.             19
   Patience C.             17
      Randolph             15
      James E.             13
       John H.             11
       Mary E.              9
     Martha M.              5
      Nancy J.              3
      Leftwich           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)
[James E. Brewer, Md. Elizabeth Thomas, d/o L. G. & R. J. Thomas, 4/26/1879.  Patience C. Brewer Md. D. H. Lovelace,
s/o P. & E. Lovelace, 2/4/1875.  No further identification of this family has been made.]

298.   Brewer, Jane             43          Farmer
      Benjamin             19
      James E.             14
       Mary J.             12
    Greenberry             10
       Fielden              8
      Verdigan              2
[Jane Halsey, d/o Thomas Hash & Cornelia Phipps, widow of Troy Halsey Md. Fielding Brewer, 2/17/1859, Ashe Co.,
NC., s/o Senar & Elizabeth Brewer.  Fielden Brewer was wounded in action, and declared missing in action at Fort
Donaldson, TN on 2/10/1862 while serving with Co. I, 51st VA Inf. and probably died of his wounds.  Ref. Halsey
Genealogy by R. C. Halsey and Hash Family Research.  Jane Hash Halsey Brwere's children were:  Newton Halsey B.
1850 D. 4/1/1881, Md. Polly Ann Halsey 9/23/ 1872, B. 1851 D. 3/20/1881, d/o Sylvester Halsey and Caroline Anderson;
Benjamin Franklin Halsey, B. 1/12/1851 D. 8/12/1937, Md. Virginia Florence Halsey 9/2/1881 B. 7/20/1867 D. 8/19/1937,
d/o Franklin Benjamin Halsey and Polly Jane Cox (They migrated to Nebraska ca. 1886.); William Halsey, B. 1853 D.
1860; Lucinda Jane Halsey, B. 6/30/1854 D. 2/2/1947 Md. Isom Hash, 8/2/1872, B. 10/4/1851 D. 1/19/ 1929, s/o
Henderson Hash and Rose Ann Crouse; James Emmett Halsey B. 1854 Md. Polly Ann Halsey, 1/12/1890, d/o Ezekiel
Halsey and Dilla Halsey; Mary Jane Halsey, B. 1858 Md. Drury Calvin Pasley, 7/22/1877, B. 1853 D. 1920, s/o Calvin
Pasley and Caroline Senter.  Children of Jane Hash Halsey Brewer and Fielding Brewer were:  Greenberry Brewer Md.
Sedelia Brewer, 3/27/1881; Fielden Brewer and Verdigan Brewer.]

168.         Brewer, Lewis W.                       34          Farmer           400                 369
    (Ross) Sarah A.             36

     Almeda E.             10
      Celia J.              8
     George W.              5
           Ira              2
 Ross, Stephen             70               Minister
     Elizabeth             71
[This was family 898 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen & Elizabeth Ross were family 957 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen Ross was a well known early minister in Grayson Co., VA, whose children include
Andrew J. Ross b. ca. 1830, Sarah Ann Ross b. ca. 1838 and George W. Ross b. ca. 1839.  Lewis W. Brewer, s/o Linear
(b. ca. 1803) and Elizabeth Brewer (b. ca. 1813), served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA and in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.
The Co. F. record is from A History of Grayson Co. in Words and Pictures, there is no service record for him in the
National Archives.  There is, however, a service record in Co. D, 37th VA Cav. CSA.]

293.    Brown, Mary             59          Keeping House                                             NC
 McGrady, Elizabeth             57
[These two ladies have not been identified.]

103. Bryant, Joseph             62          Farmer       6000         1899
        Almeda             57
       Charles              6
Griffy, Samuel             11
    Anderson, Betty             13
[Joseph Bryant b. 10/10/1805 D. 1/6/1886, Md. Sarah Almeda Hale, d/o Dudley and Mary Hale. on 5/5/1824.  Other
children were Lewis b. ca., 1830, William b. ca. 1832, Rosamond b. ca. 1843, Olive E. b. ca. 1847, Mayna B. ca. 1849
and Aaron b. ca. 1828.  Aaron Md. a quarteroon Cherokee Indian and settled on the Grand River 20 miles from Fort
Gideon, MO.  Samuel Griffy was probably the s/o Dice Girffy a seamstress b. ca. 1828 in NC and whose other children
were Samuel b. ca. 1857 and Amelia b. ca. 1859.]

446.  Bryant, Lydia             47          Keeping House
      Mitchell             15
    Mary J. E.             12

19.    Bryant, Mazy             42          Farmer(?)                 1875            694
          Jane             22
     Joseph K.             19
      Drucy E.             13
[This was family 1318 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Drucy Emaline Bryant, d/o Stephen J. & Mazy (Phipps)
Bryant, Md. Daniel John Busick, s/o Isaac & Frances (Boyer) Busick, 10/31/1875.  This family not found in Phipps Family
of NC & VA.  Mary Ann Phipps, d/o Joseph Phipps & Nancy McMillan, B. 4/26/1828 D. 1/29/1929, Md. Stephen H. Bryant,
4/10/1845, B. 10/15/1825.  He was the son of Joseph Bryant & Sarah Hale.  Ref. P. 95, Phipps Family of NC & VA.]

222.Bryant, William             37          Farmer       3600          978
       Evaline             26
         Gincy             11
      Lewis N.              9
      Minty E.              1
   Hash, Creed             22               Farm Laborer
[This was family 1270 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Bryant was s/o Joseph and Sarah Hale Bryant,
above.  Gincy Bryant Md. W. C. Bagwell, s/o H. B. & M. Bagwell 12/7/1879;  Lewis N. Bryant Md. Polly Halsey, d/o W.
L. & R. Halsey, 12/3/1882.  William Bryant served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, enlisting on 5/20/1861 was sick when the
regiment moved from Wytheville on 7/12/1861.]

312. Bulling, James             70          Miller                     125
     Elizabeth             63
       Preston             15
[No identification on this family, probably transient, as this is the only census year they were in Grayson Co.]

300.        Burchell, William                       50          Farm Laborer
         Eliza             40
         James             14                                                          NC
        Thomas             10                                                          NC
        Daniel              4
  Granville E.              2
[No identification on this family, probably transient, as this is the only census year they were in Grayson Co.]

9.    Byrd, Charles             38          Farm Laborer                                              VA
       Rebecca             41
       Malinda             11
      Margaret              8
        Rachel              6
      Rosamond              2
       Mary W.           4/12
[Charles Byrd was s/o Samuel Byrd (b. ca. 1796) and Milly Wheeler (b. ca. 1801) who were married on 11/12/1818.
Charles Byrd's siblings were Lourinda b. ca. 1829, Samuel Byrd B. ca. 1834, John L. b. ca. 1836, Cena b. ca. 1839,
George b. ca. 1841 and Milly b. ca. 1848.]

346.Caldwell, Nancy             48          Farmer                     150             NC
         Sarah             50                                                          NC
       Mary A.             22
     George W.             10
         David              7
[Ref. p. 74, 77, Family Portraits by Phyllis Gale Roop, Nancy Caldwell, d/o Joseph Caldwell (b. ca. 1775) & Catherine
Hart (b. ca. 1790) had children, listed above, but was never married.  Mary A. Caldwell Md. William Preston Lewis.
SIblings were Freeling b. ca. 1834.]

288.Calloway, James             45          Farm Laborer                                              NC
       Frances             46
     Katherine             17
      Franklin             11
[James Calloway served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

435.Camel, Anderson             19          Farm Laborer                                              NC
    (Parks) Mary A.             37
   Parks, Catherine             12
     Elizabeth             10
    William E.              8
    Stephen B.              5
[Anderson Camel (Campbell), s/o N. & C. Camel Md. Mary A. Parks, d/o David Parks, 11/26/1869.]

410.        Camel, William F.                       59          Farm Laborer                                         NC
         Olive             61                                                          NC
       Maga E.             25                                                          NC
    Francis M.             23                                                          NC
        Martha             34                                                          NC
       William             12                                                          NC
        Huston              3                                                          NC
     Alexander              5                                                          NC
       Tobitha           1/12               (B. May 1870)                                             VA
[This family apparently moved to Grayson Co. from Ashe Co., NC in the late 1860's.]

394. Carson, Robert             46          Farmer       1000          558             NC
         Sarah             30
     Elizabeth             13                                                          NC
     Andrew M.             10                                                          NC
       John W.              8
        Mathew              3
       Mary M.              1
         Henry           3/12               (B. Mar. 1870)
[This was family 1162 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time Robert's wife was named Caroline, Sarah, it
follows, was a second spouse.  Robert Carson served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

411.Carson, William             46          Farmer       1176          882             NC
 (Boyer), Mary             29
       John M.             15
      Margaret             13
          Jane             11
        Andrew              9
          Mary              7
        Martha              5
         Nancy              3
          Jane              1
[William Carson Md. Mary Boyer, 1/29/1865, Ashe Co., NC.  John M. Carson, Md. Cinthia A. Wells, d/o A. P. & J. Wells,
1/18/1878.  William Carson served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf., CSA.]

474. Carter, Wallen             40          Farm Laborer                              123
(Crabtree) Elizabeth            37                                                     NC
    Marshal F.             12
      Nancy C.             10
    William M.              9
     Daniel L.              7
      Milly M.              5
     Ludema E.              5
      James M.              3
[This was family 904 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William (apparently a error for Wallen) Carter, s/o William
Carter Md. Elizabeth Crabtree, d/o Elizabeth Crabtree, 5/18/1853.  Marshal F. Carter Md. A. E. Pierce, d/o Thos. & M.
Pierce, 2/1/1879.  Wallen Carter served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enl. 8/1/1862.]

272.     Chambers, William L.                       52          Farmer        10,000                                 TN
         Polly             51                                                          NC
        Newton             29
 Strange, Mary             29               Keeping House
     Robert L.              2
      Virginia           1/12               (B. May 1870)
   Nickols, William             10
[Mary Strange of French descent, was employed by William Chambers.  She was the widow of John R. Strange, s/o
William F. & Nancy Strange.  John R. Strange served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, enlisting on 7/28/1862 and deserted on
2/28/1863.  He may have died ca. 1869.  Mary was Mary R. Young Nichols, d/o Eli & Polly Young, but her first husband's
name has not been discovered.]

275.       Chapel, William A.                       46          Farm Laborer                                         NC
          Mary             43                                                          NC
       Shadrac             17
   Margaret P.             15
      Sarah D.             13
          Levi              7
      Celia A.              9
      James P.              4
     George L.             21                                                          NC
[William Ambrose Chapel served in Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion, CSA, and was paroled at Farmville, VA on
4/11/1865.  He died at Old Town, Grayson Co., VA ca. 1903.]

471.  Clarke, Rhoda             46          House Keeping
        Hannah             18
   Jonathan F.              9
[Rhoda was apparently the widow of Allen Clark, b. ca. 1800 in TN.  Other chldren were Sarah Jane Clark b. ca. 1844,
Elizabeth b. ca. 1846 and Rebecca Ann b. ca. 1849, as well as Hannah Clark, b. ca. 1853 and who was living in the
household of Levi McCarter in this census.  McCarter is family #365 Wilson District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Jonathan F. Clark, s/o Allen & Rhoda Md. Nannie Adams, d/o Henry Adams, 11/28/1880.]

129.    Cole, David             39          Farmer        400          440
   (Parks), Manerva             39          Keeping House
      Kenny C.             19
        Ambros             17
         Sarah             15
        Syntha             13
        Millen             11
         Emery              9
   David M. C.              7
        Elbert              4
       Mary A.              2
[This was family 871 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Cole, probably the eldest child of Charles Cole and
Elizabeth Haga, Md. Manera Parks on 3/1/1849.  Kenny C. Cole Md. R. M. Haga, d/o Mathew & Hariet Perry, 2/16/1871;
Ambros Cole Md. Sarah J. Robbins, d/o Danl. & R. Robbins, 2/22/1874; Milton Cole, Md. Marinda Roberts, d/o Arad &
F. Roberts, 4/5/1877; Emery Cole, Md. Julia MArshall, d/o W. W. Marshall, 11/29/1882; David M. C. Cole, Md. L. J.
Cornett, d/o D. J. & E. Cornett, 11/8/1882.  David Cole also had a daughter of Serena, b. ca. 1850.  David Cole served
in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 12/31/1862 at Fox Creek, and in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

318.         Cole, John L. G.                       22          Farm Laborer
 (Weaver), Darthula             20          Keeping House
        Elbert           9/12               (B. Sep. 1869)
[John Linder Gillenwater Cole, B. 8/9/1848 D. 6/24/1919, s/o Charles Cole and Elizabeth Haga, Md. Darthula Elizabeth
Weaver, d/o John Weaver & Celia Pennington, 11/15/1868 B. 4/23/1852 D. 2/7/1928.  Albert Cole B. 8/20/1869 D.
8/15/1870.  Information from daughter of this couple Velma Cole Spencer, deceased of Mouth of Wilson, VA.]

82.    Cole, Joshua             37          Carpenter                                                 VA
      Harriett             37
       Mary E.             19
     Syntha J.             18
     Newton W.             16
      James M.             13
      Lewis A.              8
         Emily              2
[Joshua Cole, was likely the s/o Charles Cole and Elizabeth Haga.  Newton W. Cole, Md. E. M. Roberts, d/o Jas. & M.
Roberts, 7/23/1874; James M. Cole, Md. L. V. Mundy, d/o A. & E. Mundy, 12/26/1878.]

83.Cole, Sarah             72               Keeping House
[She was living in household 1057 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census and probably was an "old maid", likely a sister
to Charles Cole.]

102. Collins, James             40          Farmer                                     NC
          Mary             37                                                          NC
         Eliza             16                                                          NC
       Emma J.             13                                                          NC
         Aaron              9                                                          NC
        Thomas              7                                                          VA
          John              4                                                          VA
        George              2                                                          VA
         Enoch           8/12                                                          VA
[Aaron Collins Md. Callie Sutherland, d/o L. & E. Sutherland, 1/11/1878.  James Collins served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry,
CSA, enlisting 4/27/1862 and/or Co. I, 61st NC Infantry as a musician, as a James Collins served in both units.  This
family was #209, 1860 Alleghany Co., NC Census.]

425.         Comer, Christian                       75          Hammerman        200                 107
       Rebecca             68                                                          NC
[This family has not been further identified.]

507.         Comer, Zachariah                       67          Farmer           200                 238             NC
(Spencer), Temperance           65
[Zachariah Comer Md. Temperence Spencer 5/25/1852.  This was family 1169 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

6.  Cooper, William             33          Farmer       1785         1206             VA
    (Wyatt) Melvina             31          House Keeper
        Wm. C.             13
      Polly A.              7
      James A.              5
     Elijah F.              2
      Nancy W.           9/12
[William Cooper, s/o John Cooper, Md. Melvina Wyatt, d/o Elijah Wyatt and Rachel Barton, on 12/30/1855.  This was
family 835 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

140. Cornett, David             61          Farmer       1000          534
(Sutherland), Pheba             62
       Stephen             21
        Lutina             21
         David           6/12
[This was family 869 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Cornett Md. Pheobe Sutherland, d/o Alexander
Sutherland on 2/9/1826.  David Cornett was s/o James Cornett (1760-1824), who was a pioneer settler on Elk Creek.
David's other children were  Rachel J. b. ca. 1830, James M. b. ca. 1832, Lorenzo B. ca. 1834, Joseph A. b. ca. 1835,
Margaret J. b. ca. 1837, Jackson b. ca. 1839, Wesley J. b. ca. 1841, Barbary E. b. ca. 1842, Nancy L. b. ca. 1846, and
Thomas C., b. ca. 1849.  Stephen was probably David Cornett's youngest son, Lutina his wife, and David was his
grandson.]

35. Cornett, Dudley             31          Farmer        700         1082
      Virginia             22
       Lucy J.              3
  Alexander J.              2
[Dudley Cornett served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Dudley Cornett was so listed in A History of Grayson County in
Words and Pictures but was not found in the Compiled Service Records of this unit.  This family has not been placed
relative to other Cornetts in the area.]

37.Cornett, Hezekiah            32          Farmer       1500          371
        Elvira             27
       Melvina              7
        Melvin              5
         Mandy              3                                                          KY
[Hezekiah Cornett served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  They lived in Kentucky
in 1867, but returned to Grayson Co.  This family has not been placed relative to other Cornetts in the area, but Hezekiah
may be a brother of Dudley.]

68.   Cornett, Isom             29          Farmer        600          370
         Sarah             11
      Wiley E.           6/12
[This family has not been identified further.]

137.      Cornett, Lorenzo D.                       37          Farmer           500                 263
       Rosa A.             30
       Melvina             13
        Ira J.             10
      David H.              1
[Melvina Cornett, Md. John S. Hale, s/o J. L. & N. E. Hale, 11/30/1878.  This was family 870 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.  Lorenzo D. Cornett, s/o David Cornett and Pheobe Sutherland, served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA,
enlisting 4/27/1862 and was AWOL from 6/26-9/15/1863.]

234. Cox, Alexander             22          Farmer        200          131             NC
          Jane             23
     Ginsey E.              1
        Joseph           1/12
 Hash, Rosanah             40
     Henderson             10
[Alexander Cox, s/o Joshua and Susan Cox, b. 7/7/1847 D. 4/25/1917 of kidney trouble, known as "Long Alex" Cox, Md.
Jane Hash, d/o Henderson and Rosanna Hash on 6/5/1866.  Alexander served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA.  Henderson
Hash served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf., CSA, volunteering on 6/28/1861 at Fox Creek and died at Lewisburg, WV on
10/9/1861, probably of disease.]

540. Cox, Alexander             45          Farmer                     370
        Martha             42
     Catherine             21
       Rush F.             21
       Lucy E.             14
      Angeline             12
[Rush E. Cox, Md. P. J. Sexton, d/o Thos. & A. Sexton 2/26/1878.  This was family 1368 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Martha's age should be about 42 not 28.  Alexander Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 3/29/1864
and was captured at Winchester 9/19/1864, POW at Point Lookout, was exchanged 3/1/1865.  Other children were
Delilah b. ca. 1846, Samantha b. ca. 1848 and Creed Cox B. ca. 1850.]

25.    Cox, Arus B.             25          Farmer       1000          422
 (Pugh) Martha             26
    William H.              3
     Andrew J.              1
  Cox, (Ward) Nelly             68
[Arus Bishop "Little Dock" Cox, s/o John Cox & Nelly Ward, Md. Martha Pugh, d/o William & Catherine Pugh, 1/2/1866.
John Cox was s/o of Joshua Cox and gs/o Lt. David Cox of the Revolutionary War.  Ref. P. 368 & 373, As A Tree Grows,
by Verl Weight, Arus B. Cox, was s/o John Cox & Eleanor "Nellie" Ward, which appears to be factual, & indicates an error
in reading the marriage record, or an error in recording the marriage information by the clerk who entered it, or perhaps
both.  He was first married to Martha Pugh, secondly to Mrs. Lucy Boyer Mink, had a total of 17 children, 8 by his first
wife, 9 by his second.  William Hoyt Cox, B. 12/2/1866 married to Sue Hash; Andrew Jackson Cox, B. 10/27/1870 Md.
Dora Frances Kirk, d/o Granville Jacob Kirk & Rosa Ward.  Arus B. Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting
3/29/1864 and transfered to the 29th VA in Dec. 1864.  He was born 4/11/1845 D. 8/7/1931.]

209.   Cox, Avaline           38 B          Keeping House
         Sarah           12 B
      Jeremiah           10 B
     Jefferson            8 B
        Amanda            6 B
          Rena            4 B

30.Cox, Benjamin F.             36          Farmer       1000         1138
  (Ward) Nelly             46
[Benjamin F. Cox, s/o John & Nelly Ward Cox, Md. Nelly Hash Ward, d/o Allen & Polly Hash, a widow, 5/4/1858.  Ref.
P. 368, As A Tree Grows, by Verl Weight, Benjamin Cox was son of John Cox & Nellie Ward.  There were no known
children born to this couple.  Benjamin F. Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 6/24/1861, was sick in
Wytheville 7/12/1861 and again in Dublin on 1/21/1862.  He was born 9/  /1832, was living in Grayson Co., VA in 1903,
then aged 69 and is buried in the Bridle Creek Cemetery.]

17.Cox, Edward           56 B               Farm Laborer                              214             NC
       Lucinda           42 B                                                          NC
        Edward           13 B                                                          NC
        George           13 B                                                         (Alleghany Co.) NC
 Smith, Robert           13 B
    Cox, Ellen           12 B
[George Cox Md. Rebecca Isom, d/o S. & J. Isom, 2/9/1876.]

548.    Cox, Elbert             19          Farm Laborer
         Dilly             21
          Rush              1
[This family has not been further identified.]

223.     Cox, Enoch             40          Farm Laborer
          Jane             23
     Charlotte             10
       Thursey              8
         Moses              6
         Lewis              4
    Clementine              5
        Thomas           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
[This family has not been placed in either of the Cox Family Histories mentioned elsewhere in this work.  Enoch Cox
served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA.  There were 4 Enoch Coxes in this unit, which record goes with which man is unknown
to me.]

189.         Cox, Enoch W. J.                       33          Farmer           400                 310
         Nancy             23               Keeping House
    William L.              4
    Stephen B.              3
      Nelly J.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
[This family has not been placed in, As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight or in Our Cox Family by Alice Phillips, but he was
probably the son of John Cox and Nellie Ward.  Enoch W. J. Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 1/  /1837,
received reenlistment bounty 4/20/1862, but no further record.]

99.   Cox, Enoch W.             49          Farmer       1500          264
    (Osborne) Nancy             47
    Fayett Mc.             23
      Columbus             17
        Dorsey             13
       Everett             10
         Nancy              4
[This was family 1036 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 374, As A Tree Grows, by Verl Weight.  Per ref.
Enoch W. Cox was s/o David Cox & Jane Doughton, B. ca. 1828 Md. Nancy Osborne, d/o Solomon Osborne & Hannah
Cox, B. ca. 1830.  Enoch W. Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 5/29/1861, detached 12/1861, Captured
at Piedmont, POW at Camp Morton, and was exchanged 2/26/1865.]

24.Cox, Hardin             47               Farmer       2000          887
    (Cox), Sarah E.             32
    Matilda E.             14
      N. Eliza             13
    Charles E.              3
Bland, William             11
[This was family 1327 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Hardin Cox, Md. Emeline Cox, 12/25/1853, Ashe Co., NC.
Not certain that this is the same couple.  Matina E. Cox, Md. R. A. Atkins, d/o D. & E. Atkins, 5/30/1872.  See Page 371
& 380, As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight.  Per reference, Sarah Emeline Cox, d/o Samuel B. Cox & Elizabeth Bourne
Thomas & was born 2/16/1838.  Hardin Cox may have served as SGT in Co., C 45th VA Inf, CSA.  There was more than
one Hardin Cox of appropriate age, and there is no certainty that this is the case.  If appropriate, then he enlisted
5/29/1861, was discharged 4/27/1862, rejoined, was captured at Winchester 9/19/1864.  He died 3/15/1898 and is buried
at Potato Creek.]

301.      Cox, Isom             57          Farmer       8000         4150
    (Phipps), Gincy             52          Keeping House
          Ruth             15
     Maggie R.              8
    Hash, Isom             19
          Rush             12
 Hunter, Naman           14 B
[This was family 1326 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 94, Phipps Family of NC & VA.  Isom Cox, B.
7/23/1812 D. 10/20/1883, s/o Joshua Cox & Ruth Osborne, Md. 3/5/1835, Gincy Phipps, B. 1/23/1818 D. 6/20/ 1891,
d/o Joseph Phipps & Nancy McMillan.  They had children:  Haywood Cox B. ca. 1838 D. ca. 1861; Joseph P. Cox B. ca.
1839 D. ca. 1862, Md. Emma Phipps; Hannah Emeline Cox B. 2/9/1842 D. 11/8/1915 Md. William H. Bryant 5/18/1857,
B. 1/14/1833 D. 3/9/1899; Drucilla Cox, B. 1847 D. 1861; Nancy Cox B. 8/8/1849 D. 8/21/1919 Md. Columbus Phipps,
5/13/1866, B. 3/11/1844 D. 4/3/1933, s/o Alexander Phipps & Ludema Thomas; Elizabeth Cox B. 2/28/1852 D. 2/12/1935
Md. Preston B. Reeves 12/17/1874 B. 6/10/1852 D. 12/11/1940, s/o John & Mary Reeves; Ruth Cox, B. ca. 1855 Md.
Thomas Worth; Orville Cox B. ca. 1859 D. ca. 1861; Letcher Cox B. ca. 1860 D. ca. 1861; Maggie Robenna Cox B.
1/29/1861 D. 1/3/1936 Md. Alexander A. Bryant, B. 10/29/1852 D. 3/24/1926, s/o Lewis Hale Bryant & Drucilla Phipps.]

29. Cox, Jesse             46               Farmer        800         1414
   (Hash) Rose             40
        Jeston             21
         Nelly             19
        Jinsey             17
         Polly             14
        Joseph              4
[Jesse Cox Md. Rose Hash, 4/10/1848, Ashe Co., NC.  Ref. P. 368 & 372, As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight, Jesse Cox
was born ca. 1826 & was s/o John Cox & Nellie Ward.  Polly Cox Md. Sam Cox; Gency Ann Cox, Md. Harvey Lafayette
Phipps, 3/5/1884 B. 11/7/1849 D. 1940, s/o David Phipps and Susan Anderson.  Jestin Cox, Md. William Martin; Nelly
Cox Md. Jackson Goss.  Jesse Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisted 6/24/1861, discharged 9/24/1862.  He
made guns for the Confederate Army after being discharged.  He was born 1823 and was still living in 1903 and is buried
at the Isom Cox homeplace.]

208.   Cox, John F.             37          Farm Laborer
     Hannah E.             27
     Joseph M.              5
[This family has not been identified, but moved to Carroll Co., after 1870.]

544.   Cox, John D.             35          Farmer       1000          132
   (Cox) Ruthy             35
     Alexander              8
         Sarah              2
  Thom, Amanda             20                                                          NC
[May pertain:  John D. Cox, s/o John Cox Md. Rutha Cox, d/o John Cox, 2/18/1853?  This was family 1357 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  John D. served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, enlisting on 5/29/1861 and was retired to the
Invalid Corps on 4/12/1864.  He died on 1/7/1906.]

551.    Cox, Joshua             25          Farmer       1500          400
      Nancy J.             24
 Hawkings, Sarah E.             10                                                     NC
[This family has not otherwise been identified.]

192.  Cox, Margaret             36          Keeping House                             219
      Benjamin             14
       William             12
      Margaret             10
        Joshua              8
[This family has not otherwise been identified.]

190.      Cox, Mary           24 B          Keeping House
         Betty            8 B
      Caroline            6 B
         James            4 B
         James         6/12 B
          Lucy           70 B
         Moses           13 B

546.    Cox, Melvin             21          Farmer         80
         Ellen             21
     Andrew R.              2
[This family has not otherwise been identified.]

106.    Cox, Nathan             43          Farmer        350          236
  (Henderson) Polly             40
       Janusle             15
       Lucinda             12
    MaryAnn L.             11
    William F.              7
       Surfina              4
         Nancy              2
[Ref. P. 372, As A Tree Grows by Verl Weight, Nathan Cox, B. ca. 1829, s/o John Cox & Nellie Ward, Md. Polly
Henderson.  Ref indicates children as follows, which do not agree with above list:  James, Morgan, Clementine, Sallie
Fine & Rosa Belle.  Nathan Cox served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 12/31/1862, taken POW at Waynesboro
3/2/1865, transfered to Harper's Ferry then to Fort Delaware, released 6/19/1865.]

543. Cox, Obedience             64          Keeping House              500                            VA
  Darnell, Jonathan             27                                                     NC
     Elizabeth             29                                                          NC
       Frances              3                                                          NC
      Laura A.           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
 Halsey, Emily             10
[This family has not otherwise been identified.]

100. Cox, Samuel C.             52          Farm Laborer                              468
   (Halsey) Matilda             53
        Jerusa             18
        George             14
        Lidela             12
          Isom             10
        Samuel              8
[This may have been family 1355 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jerusa Cox, Md. Hiram M. Jenkins, s/o S. &
M. Jenkins, 6/2/1874.  Ref. P. 371, As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight.  Per ref. Samuel Cox, B. 12/1/1816, s/o John Cox
& Lucy Terrill, Md. Matilda Halsey.  Son George Washington Cox Md. Polly Ann Delp, d/o George Delp.  Samuel C. Cox
served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

97.Cox, Samuel             59               Farmer       2000         1354
      Caroline             24
          Ruth             17
       Everett             21
      McMillan             13
 Baker, Joshua             20
    Bartley, Ginsey             22
     Elizabeth              1
  Byrd, Ciller           25 B
        Mollie            3 B
[This was family 1056 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ruth Cox, Md. John R. Calloway, s/o M. N. & Polly
Calloway, 4/8/1875.  Ref. P. 366 & 370, As A Tree Grows by Verl Weight.  Samuel B. Cox B. 6/29/1810 D. 12/11/1882,
s/o Joshua Cox & Ruth Osborne, Md. Elizabeth Bourne Thomas, d/o Jonathan Thomas & Patience Bourne.  They had
11 children, Peggy Ann Cox, B. 4/20/1834 D. 1884, Md. Enoch Reeves, s/o Jesse Reeves & Margaret Cox, ca. 1850;
Hardin Cox, B. & D. 1836; Emeline Cox, B. 2/16/1838 Md. Hardin Cox; Melville Beveridge Cox, B. 11/18/1840 D.
7/4/1906, Md. Mattie E. Fulton, & he served as Captain in Company C, 45th Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army;
Thomas Marion Cox, B. 12/29/1842 D. 1901, Md. Mary Ransom, ca. 1867; Caroline Cox B. 10/22/1845 Md. John
Bridges, 1877; Jincy Louisa Cox B. 7/25/1847 D. 1896 Md. George Bartley ca. 1867; James Everette Cox, M.D. B.
5/15/1849 Md. Margaret Pauline Scott, ca. 1874; Ruth America Cox B. 5/19/1850 D. 1880, Md. John Calloway 4/8/1875;
Benjamin Rush Cox, B. 7/15/1852, D. in infancy; McMillan Cox, B. 10/4/1856 D. ca. 1884.]

28.  Cox, Thomas M.             27          Farmer       1500          570
   (Ransom) Mary P.             25
        Ann E.              1
[Ref. P. 370 & 381, As a Tree Grows by Verl Weight, Thomas M. Cox was s/o Samuel B. "Big Sam" Cox (b. ca. 1810)
& Elizabeth Bourne Thomas (b. ca. 1813) who Md. on 6/25/1832 at Bridle Creek.  Big Sam was so called due to his 315
lb weight.  Per reference, they had 8 children, Annie Elizabeth, Otho Guy, Eliza, Dixie, Walter, Samuel Ransom, Sophia,
Virginia.  Thomas M. Cox served as 3rd Lt. in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 5/29/1861, commission expired, rejoined
as private 2/1/1863, was wounded in the foot at Cloyd's Mountain 5/9/1864.  He was born 12/29/1842 and died 1901 in
Grayson Co.  Big Sam's other children were Callie who on 5/10/1877 Md. J. H. Bridges b. ca. 1841, a fruit agent from
King and Queen Co. and who was s/o William and Mary Bridges of Hanover Co., VA.  Ruth Cox, b. ca. 1840 Md. John
R. Calloway, s/o H. N. & Polly Calloway on 4/8/1875.  Other children were Cinthia b. ca. 1837, and Jane E. b. ca. 1839.]

96.   Davis, Alfred           31 B          Farm Laborer                                              VA
         Maria           24 B                                                          NC
     Hannah C.            3 B
       John L.            2 B
        Hannah           75 B

523.  Davis, Elisha             28                                                     NC
  (Spencer) Johanah             28
       Rosa J.              3
    Cora E. C.              1
[Elisha Davis was member of household 1168 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications
(ECA) filed by this couple & their children.  Elisha Davis, s/o John Davis & Sallie (Sarah) Parsons, B. 1/18/1844 Md.
Johannah Spencer, d/o Solomon Spencer & Nellie Hash.  Rosa Davis B. 8/19/1866, N/M in 1906 when she filed ECA;
Cora E. C. Davis B. 6/15/1868 Md. John M. Kelly, B. 10/1/ 1863, s/o Peter Kelly & Margaret Clementine Hash (This family
moved to Raleigh Co., WV ca. 1910.)  A son, John F. Davis B, 10/2/1872, whose wife's name was Cora.  Elisha Davis
served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

382. Davis, John J.             23          Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth             24

522.    Davis, John             76          Farmer        750          474
   (Parsons), Sarah             62                                                     NC
        Cleray             15
[This was family 1168 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Davis Md. Sarah Parsons, d/o Robert Parsons,
1/24/1831.]

482. Davis, Matilda             45          Keeping House                                             NC
       Lucinda             23
     Elizabeth             21
     Alexander              2
     Andrew J.           9/12               (B. Sep. 1869)
[This family has not otherwise been identified.]

501. Davis, William             28          Farm Laborer
         Leazy             21
       Conutha              3
       Effa C.              1
   Williams, Amanda             26
[No proof, however, William Davis would seem to be s/o Samuel Davis & Elizabeth Hash.]

306.        Davis, William W.                       28          Farmer           500                 335             VA
 (Hash), Lydia             33                                                          NC
       Kennedy              5                                                          VA
     Gerome F.              4                                                          NC
       Mary E.              2                                                          VA
[Ref Eastern Cherokee Applications.  It would appear, but by no means is certain that the following information pertain
to this family:  William W. Davis, s/o Samuel Davis & Jane Hash, had the following children:  Canzada Davis, B. 1864
D. 1906, Md. (1) Wiley Osborne, Md. (2) John Dolinger; Jerome F. Davis, B. 1866; Mary E. Davis B. 1868; Malissa Davis,
B. 7/20/1870 D. 9/10/1922, Md. Isaac Andrew Weaver, 1888, B. 1849 D. 1910, s/o Jason Weaver & Matilda Privett; Lydia
Jane Davis, B. 5/17/1874 D. 1969 Md. Robert Edward Ingram, s/o John Calvin Ingram & Charity Ann Farmer; William
W. Davis, Jr. B. 1889; Laura Davis, B. 1893 & Burley Davis, B. 1896.  William W. Davis, Sr. served in Co. A, 37th NC
Inf., CSA.]

85.   Davison, Adam           41 B          Farm Laborer                              111
     Charlotte           40 B
        Robert           20 B
          Mary           18 B
       Rebecca           16 B
         Handy           12 B
         Ellen           10 B
      Orpha H.            6 B
      Sarah A.            3 B
      Rosabell            1 B

506.         DeBoard, Cornlas                       78          Farmer           300                 149
     Elizabeth             65
   Grens, Elizabeth             18                                                     NC
[This was family 1150 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Elizabeth was called "Aunt Lizzy by Reedy family members,
but no established family relationship.]

392.Delp, George W.             40          Farmer       1200          325
  (Chadwell), Nancy             38
          John             17
       William             13
     Alexander              8
       Mary A.              6
         Lydia              2
[This was family 1359 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George W. Delp Md. Nancy Chadwell, 6/14/1852, Ashe
Co., NC.]

332.       Dolinger, Franklin                       38          Farmer           100
  (Cook), Elizabeth             32
       William             11
           Edy              5
        Wesley              2
       Ruth E.           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)
[Franklin Dolinger, s/o William & Catherine Dolinger, Md. Elizabeth Cook, 5/26/1854, Ashe Co., NC.  Franklin "Dolinor"
served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry.  He also later served as a deacon at the Maple
Springs Primitve Baptist Church and Big Helton Primitive Baptist Churches on Helton Creek in Ashe Co., NC, but he lived
at Whitetop, Grayson Co., VA.]

360. Dolinger, John             44          Farmer        200          291             VA
      Caroline             40
       William             20
        Joseph             19
     Catherine             18
         Wiley             12
          John             11
        Andrew              9
      Margaret              7
       Freelin              5
[John was the son of William and Catherine Dolinger, immigrants from Bavaria, Germany.  Other siblings were Frances
b. ca. 1836, Nancy b. ca. 1842, Margaret b. ca. 1825 and Andrew b. ca. 1834.]

334.        Dolinger, William                       28          Farmer           600                 296
        Ludema             24
      Caroline              3
     Catherine             81                                                     Germany
       William             84                                                     Germany
[William Dolinger, the elder, immigrated to Virginia ca. 1820, and had several children.  William, the younger, above,
however is likely a grandson.]

260.Donnivan, David             46          Farm Laborer
          Lucy             36               Keeping House
         Nancy             11
     Joseph H.              7
        Louisa              4
         James              2
       Harriet              1
[Unable to further identify, probably a transient family.]

560.        Dougherty, Daniel                       59          Farm Laborer          200
       Malinda             51
Halsey, Ludema             21               Weaver
      Polly J.             17
[This was family 1219 im the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Daniel Dougherty may have been the s/o Elizabeth
Dougherty, b. ca. 1777 in New York.]

531.   Duncan, John             26          Farm Laborer                                              NC
  (Davis) Katherine             31
     Robert F.              7
        Martha              4                                                          NC
          Jane             10                                                          NC
[Ref. Hash Family research in Eastern Cherokee Applications:  Katherine Davis, d/o Samuel Davis & Jane Hash, Md.
John Ducan.  John Duncan served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  This family moved to Marion, Smyth Co., VA later.]

333.  Farmer, Henry             45          Farmer         36
         Nancy             40                                                          NC
       Wilburn             15
       Melvina             21
         Wiley             12
         Isaac              7
        Wesley              2
[This family moved in from Carroll Co. and settled on Wolf Glade Creek.]

348.Finley, John A.             34          Farmer        600          103
  (Blevins), Mahala             34
     Martha J.             11
      Susan E.              9
      Nancy E.              8
       Mary E.              5
    Washington              2
[Ref. Family Portraits, by Phyllis Gale Roop, P. 98-100.  John A. Finley, s/o Washington T. Finley & Elizabeth Lewis, Md.
Mahala Blevins, 10/20/1856, Ashe Co., NC.  Mary E. Finley, B. 3/6/1866, Md. John Garris, 7/  /1899 in Ashe Co., NC.
Washington T. Finley B. 7/4/1868 may have married Elizabeth Farmer 3/13/1891 in Ashe Co., NC.  Nancy Finley Md.
Hiram Calaway, s/o John Calaway, 3/22/1892 in Ashe Co., NC.  John A. Finley served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA
and Co. G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  Siblings of John A. were William R. b. ca. 1842, Thomas J. b. ca. 1834, Sanders H.
b. ca. 1838, George W. b. ca. 1840, Martha J. b. ca. 1842, Mary A., b. ca. 1843, James C. b. ca. 1846 and Nancy E. b.
ca. 1848.  They lived in the Whitetop Community of Grayson Co.]

349.        Finley, Thomas J.                       36          Farmer           400                 220
   (Blevins), Pheba             34
     Martha C.             12
      James M.             11
     Gerome C.              8
     Thomas S.              1
    Malinda J.           2/12               (B. Apl. 1870)
[Thomas J. Finley, s/o of Washington T. Finley and Elizabeth Lewis, served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and Co. G,
63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  This family appears to be #1112 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

512.   Fisher, John             69          Farmer       1000          372             NC
         Sarah             63                                                          NC
Handridge, Jonathan             23                                                     NC
 Plummer, Jane             17                                                          NC
Hardridge, Ann             65                                                          NC
[This was family 1134 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  A John Fisher Md. Ann Delp, d/o George Delp, 12/11/1834,
Grayson Co., VA.  Perhaps the same man.  Jonathan & Ann Handridge were members of household 1135 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jonathan appears to be the son of John Hardridge.]

353. Francis, David             22          Farmer        100          189             NC
(Weaver), Elizabeth             33          Keeping House
      Rhody A.              4
       Mary E.              2
    William C.              1
[Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume VII, by Jeffrey C. Weaver, based on marriage records, Ashe County Court
House, Jefferson, NC.  David Francis, s/o William Francis & Elizabeth Tucker Md. Elizabeth Weaver, d/o Isaac Weaver
& Mary Francis, MD. 2/18/1864, Ashe Co., NC.  Rhoda A. Francis Md. P. M. Mullen, 3/14/1886 Ashe Co., NC, s/o
Alexander & Sarah Mullen; Mary Etta Francis Md. Robert Dalton 2/21/1886.  Another son, Cidney Emmett Francis B.
9/5/1872 Md. Cora Plummer 10/24/1892, d/o Felix & Sarah Ann Plummer.  David Francis served as SGT in Co. B, 4th
VA Reserves, CSA.]

358.         Francis, William                       43          Smith                                400             NC
(Tucker), Elizabeth E.          45          Keeping House                                             NC
     Katherine             24                                                          NC
         Lowry             16
       Charity             18
      Caroline             14
      James N.             12
         Milly             10
         Rildy              4
[William Francis served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  Catherine Francis B. 2/1844 Md. Isaac Weaver 3/23/1875 B.
10/22/1854, s/o Andrew Weaver and Malinda Weaver and they moved to Wyoming Co., WV ca. 1888.  Son David
married Elizabeth Weaver, s/o Isaac Weaver and Mary Polly Francis, and were living in another household in this record.
Mary Francis B. 1848 D. 1937 Md. John Calvin Spencer 11/25/1869 B. 11/30/1848 D. 6/2/1916, s/o Isaac Spencer and
Phebe Anderson, living in Ashe Co., NC in 1870; Charity Francis B. ca. 1852 Md. Ambrose Baker 12/25/1883; Lowry
"Sonny" Francis Md. Evaline Anderson 12/25/1872' Carolina Francis Md. N. C. Anderson 6/15/1880, Amelia Francis Md.
James DeBoard 2/9/1883, s/o William DeBoard and wife, Dellah.  Ref. Francis Family History, p. 103-128, by Jeff
Weaver and Gracie Francis Call.]

3.    Gambill, Jane             34          Keeping House                                             VA
          John             15
        Newton             10
         Emily             12
        Verlin             10
          Mary              8
        Elbert              4
[Jane Gambill was Nancy Jane Gambill Burton, widow of Sylvester Gambill.  Newton Gambill Md. Sarah Delp, d/o
Michael Delp on 9/11/1881; John Gambill Md. Nellie Phipps, d/o J. & S. Phipps on 8/20/1878, Emily Gambill Md. Moses
Swin on 3/27/1877.  This family appears to have moved to Grayson Co. during the 1860's.]

256.        Gatewood, Richard                       44          Farm Laborer
      Agnes J.             37
         Nancy              9
          John              5
          Mary              1
   Johnson, Rebecca             26
[Nancy Gatewood Md. Wm. Sanders, s/o M. Sanders, 12/23/1879.  This family, despite the assumption of Virginia as
birth places, appears to have come from Tennessee during the early 1860's.]

467.   Goins, Jesse           18 M                                                     NC
          Mary           27 M                                                          NC

245. Gore, Franklin             24          Farm Laborer
  (Lane), Lucy             26
    William M.              7
     Joseph A.              4
       Mary E.              2
      Moses N.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
[Franklin Gore served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Franklin Gore was the s/o Mary Gore, b. ca. 1806.  Siblings were
Jane Gore, b. ca. 1835, Franklin b. ca. 1844, William b. ca. 1833.  See also family #266, Wilson District, 1870 Grayson
Co. Census.]

266.     Gore, Mary             62          Keeping House
          Jane             34                                                          GA
          John             15
[Pierce Gore Md. Mary Mullen, d/o Joseph, 2/7/1832.  This was family 1214 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

108.       Grabill, Jefferson                     18 B          Farm Laborer
         Sarah           20 B
      Caroline            4 B
[Name is usually spelled Graybeal by white families in the area.]

431. Greear, Andrew             27          Farmer       2000          802
        Sidela             25
    William S.           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)
[Andrew J. Greer served in Co. C, 8th VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 4/27/1862, deserted 9/20/1864.  He served as an escort
for General William Wing Loring.  Andrew was s/o Shadrach Greear b. ca. 1801 and his wife, Sarah, b. ca. 1813.]

226.  Greear, Chaff           34 B          Farm Laborer                                              NC
          Judy           15 B
         Ellen         2/12 B               (B. Apr. 1870)

441. Greear, Eli W.             33          Farmer & Merchant 2479 3171
(Young) Ludema             31
        Alonzo             10
     Sanora N.              6
    William C.              4
     Robert L.              1
[This was family 913 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Eli W. Greer, s/o Shadrack & Sarah Greer Md. Ludema
Young, d/o Ezekiel & Evaline Young 7/21/1859.  Eli W. Greer served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  Listed in Compiled
service record as E. W. Green, enlisted at early date, served to the end of the war and was an escort for General Loring.]

470.         Greear, Shadrick                       68          Farmer                               380
         Sarah             56                                                          NC
      Shadrick             19
 Hick, William             21                                                          NC
Hawkins, Creed              8
    Clarke, Rebecca             18
[Other children were John C. b. ca. 1831, Washington b. ca. 1835, Isaac b. ca. 1838, Eveline b. ca. 1840, Eli b. ca. 1829
and Catherine b. ca. 1828, Andrew b. ca. 1843.]

319.         Greer, Alexander                       56          Farmer           600                 343             TN
         Lydia             56                                                          NC
          John             19                                                          TN
    Matilda J.             21                                                          TN
        Thomas             12                                                          TN

488.     Greer, Eli             39          Farmer        600          243             VA
      Louvenia             34                                                          VA
      Nancy R.             16                                                          NC
    Synthia C.             14                                                          NC
      Salathel             10                                                          NC
     Amanda V.              8                                                          NC
           Lee              6                                                          NC
      James L.              1                                                          VA
[This was family #711, 1860 Ashe Co., NC Census.  Eli was probably the son of John Greer.]

466. Griffin, W. A.             38          (Blank)                   3500            315
        Hester             31
Dunnivan, Mary             15
[This family has not been further identified.]

430.  Grubb, Andrew             31          Farmer       4000         1568
(Boyer) Martha             27
      Virginia              2
    Charles M.              1
      Sarah J.           3/12               (B. Mch. 1870)
      Franklin             16
     Martha J.             14
   Virginia C.              9
      Rosannah             52
[Andrew Grubb, s/o William (b. ca. 1805) & Rosamond Grubb (b. ca. 1815), Md. Martha Boyer, d/o Morgan & Lucy Boyer
11/28/1866.  Andrew Grubb served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 5/29/1861, was sick 7/12/1861, was a butcher.
He died 1/2/1915.  Other children of William and Rosamond were Elizabeth b. ca. 1836, Mitchell b. ca. 1838, Mary Ann
b. ca. 1841, Sarah b. ca. 1843, Sadelia b. ca. 1845, Susannah b. ca. 1847, and Rosamond b. ca. 1849.  Elizabeth Md.
Jeremiah Loveless and Mitchell served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA and was killed in action at Fort Donelson, TN
on 2/10/1862.]

407. Grubb, Coonrod             42          Farmer       1200          334
     Elizabeth             41
      Clark W.             17
       Isom L.              5
      Sarah E.              3
[Coonrod was probably the s/o Jacob (b. ca. 1790) and Eleanor Grubb (b.ca. 1800), both from what is now Alleghany
Co., NC.  Coonrod Grubb serrved as 2nd Lt. in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Siblings were John b. ca. 1832, William
b. ca. 1829, Jacob b. ca. 1834, Jackson b. ca. 1836, Nancy b. ca. 1838, Joseph b. ca. 1840, Polly b. ca. 1842 and
Elizabeth b. ca. 1846.]

403.   Grubb, Jacob             37          Farmer        800          205
    (Haga) Margaret             35
     Alexander             15
      Sarah L.             13
      Celia J.              1
    William W.              9
       Mary J.              7
       America              4
[Jacob Grubb, s/o Jacob and Eleanor Grubb Md. Margaret Haga, d/o Jacob & Celia Haga on 1/20/1856.  Jacob Grubb
served as 2nd Lt. in Co. D, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 at Fox Creek and was dropped from the rolls
5/26/1862.]

458. Grubb, William             40          Farm Laborer
  (Haga), Elizabeth             23
         Henry             12
         Sarah             10
         Jacob              8
        Joshua              5
        Edy C.              2
       Mary M.           1/12               (B. May 1870)
[William was the s/o Jacob and Eleanor Grubb.]

202.    Haga, Allen             23          Farm Laborer
        Martha             20
         Sarah              3
       Mary J.              2
[Allen Haga served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 12/31/1862 in Grayson Co., VA.  Allen Haga was the s/o David
(b. ca. 1790) and Sarah Haga (b. ca. 1806).  Siblings were Mahala Haga b. ca. 1842, Martin Haga B. ca. 1844 and who
Md. Emeline Bishop, d/o Joseph Bonham on 11/23/1865 and Granville Haga b. ca. 1848 who Md. A. E. Richardson, d/o
William & O. Richardson on 10/8/1868.]

316.   Haga, Andrew             24          Farm Laborer
         Sarah             20                                                          NC
      Celia J.              4                                                          NC
        Thomas              2                                                          NC
[Andrew Haga was s/o Lewis (b. ca. 1818) and Delilah Haga (b. ca. 1818).  Siblings were Fielden b. ca. 1842, James
b. ca. 1846, William K. b. ca. 1849, Rosamond b. ca. 1853, Sarah R. b. ca. 1856 who Md. William Parrish on 12/22/1873,
and Melville J. Haga b. ca. 1856.  Andrew Haga served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.]

52.   Haga, Fielden             27          Farmer        120
   (Livesay) Ludema             21
[Fielden Haga, s/o Lewis & Delila Haga Md. Ludema Livesay, d/o Jas. & M. Livesay, 1/3/1866.  Fielden Haga served in
Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 7/29/1861.]

89.    Haga, George             30          Farm Laborer                              116
     Maragaret             27
       Mary E.              5
      Byrum C.              2
   Margaret E.           6/12
[George Haga served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 at Fox Creek.  George was s/o Henry Haga and
Elizabeth Cooper (b. ca. 1817) who Md. on 9/24/1835.  Siblings were  Polly b. ca. 1836, Sarah b. ca. 1838, David b. ca.
1842, Mundana b. ca. 1844, Lurana b. ca. 1846, James L. b. ca. 1847 and Phoebe W. b. ca. 1849.]

76.Haga, Henry             29               Farm Laborer                              142
     Elizabeth             29
    William L.              2
       John A.           6/12
[Henry Haga served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 was was promoted to Corpl. on 10/1/1862.  Henry
was s/o Jacob and Celia Haga.]

80.Haga, Jacob             58               Farmer        560
(Cooper) Celia             48
          Mary              8
[Jacob Haga Md. Celia Cooper, 5/22/1836.  Other children were Elizabeth b. ca. 1838, Margaret b. ca. 1840 who Md.
Jacob Grubb on 1/20/1856, Henry b. ca. 1842, Edith b. ca. 1844, Harriett b. ca. 1846, Noah b. ca. 1848 and Clementine
b. ca. 1849.]

126. Haga, James Y.             22          Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth             27
      James F.              3
       Noah W.              1
 Russell, Elizabeth             12
[James Y. Haga was s/o Henry Haga and Elizabeth Cooper.]

63.  Haga, Kennelly             21          Farmer
     Lorena L.             20
[Kennelly Haga was the s/o Lewis Haga & Delila Sage.  Kennerly Md. Lorena Cole, d/o D. & M. Cole on 12/1/1869.]

62. Haga, Lila             55               Keeping House              500            254
       Rosa W.             19
      Sarah K.             16
        Melvin             13
      Margaret              9
[Lila was Delilah Sage, widow of Lewis Haga.]

71.Haga, Sarah             62               Keeping House
        Mahala             27
     Joseph N.              9
     Andrew J.              2
[Sarah was the widow of David Haga, Mahala was her daughter and the youngsters were probably Mahala's children.
This was family #1242 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

264.      Hall, Eli             46          Farm Laborer                                              NC
         Nancy             36
       Surfina             15
          John             11
     Joseph A.              8
    William F.              6
      Sarah A.              4
     Ludema E.              2
      Drucy E.           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
[This was family 1196 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Sarah A. Hall Md. James Kegley, s/o D. F. & C. Kegley,
11/30/1882.  Eli Hall served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 8/1/1862 and was AWOL
from 5/15/1863 through the last roster, dated 11/4/1863.]

554.  Halsey, Ahart             56          Farmer       2000          400
    (Cox) Elizabeth             59
         Peggy             33
           Ira             20
     Catherine             17
      Isaac R.             12
[This was family 1364 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Halsey Genealogy, P. 4, 6, by R. C. Halsey, Ahart
Halsey B. 12/18/1814 D. 5/20/1887, s/o James Halsey & Pattie Peak Md. Elizabeth Cox.  Peggy Ann Halsey B. 9/15/1837
D. 4/28/1896 ?, N/M; Catherine Halsey Md. Wm. "Bill" Pasley, 2/5/1876, Alleghany Co., NC; Isaac Richard Halsey B.
10/6/1857 D. 11/3/1903, Md. Mary Evaline Pasley,  3/19/1876, Alleghany Co., NC, d/o Calvin & Caroline Senter Pasley.
Other children include Joseph, Polly A. and Jackson who was killed while serving in the Civil War per tradition.]

558.Halsey, Fidella             29
      Polly A.              9
       Rosy J.              6
         Denny              4
         Eddie              1
    Pasley, William             19          Farm Laborer
    Halsey, Ezekiel             32          Farmer
[Fidella Halsey, B. 4/3/1840 D. 4/24/1903, d/o Robert Halsey & Mary Allen, widow of Ezekiel Halsey, B. ca. 1837 D. ca.
1869, whom she married 9/19/1856, Ashe Co., NC.  Rosa J. Halsey Md. Thomas M. Hash s/o John Hash on 12/16/1884
in Ashe Co., NC.  Eddie above would appear to be Ada Ann Halsey, B. 5/28/1869, who Md. Jackson J. Halsey, s/o
William Cecil Halsey, whom she married 1/2/1890 in Grayson Co., VA.  Ezekiel Halsey served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf.,
enlisting on 12/31/1862.]

254.       Halsey, Greenberry                       26          Farmer           600                 182
   (Hash), Drucy A.             22
  Hash, Monterville             12
 Hall, Matilda             18
[Greenberry was member of houshold 1338 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Halsey Genealogy, P. 10,
Greenberry Halsey, B. 12/10/1842 D. 12/10/1919, s/o Sylvester Halsey & Mary Young, Md. Drucie Ann Hash, B. 9/4/1847
D. 10/20/1916, d/o Thomas Hash & Nellie Phipps.  No marriage record has been found.  Greenberry Halsey served in
Co. I, 51st VA Inf., CSA, as a Corporal.  He enlisted 6/28/1861, and at some time was transfered to Field and Staff.]

184.  Halsey, Henry             31          Farm Laboer                               225
   (Stanford) Nancy             31
     Elizabeth              9
         Worth              1
[Ref. P. 8, Halsey Genealogy, By R. C. Halsey.  Henry Halsey, s/o James & Pattie Peak Halsey, Md. Nancy Jane
Stanford, d/o Joseph & Nancy Phipps Stanford and the widow of Jesse Miles.  Elizabeth Halsey, d/o Henry & Jane
Halsey, Md. Robert Ross, s/o Porter & Betsy Ross, 4/25/1880.  Henry Halsey, may be the same as served in Co. I, 51st
VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861.]

555.         Halsey, James C.                       31          Farmer                               200
 (Halsey) Runa             22
[Ref. Halsey Genealogy, P. 6, by R. C. Halsey.  James C. Halsey, s/o Ahart Halsey, B. 1/2/1837 D. 11/23/1928, Md.
Rena Halsey d/o Morris Halsey & Sophina Hash.  James C. Halsey served as SGT in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting
6/28/1861, was in the General Hospital at Charlottesville 12/20/1864.  He was captured at Waynesboro 3/2/1865, sent
to Harper's Ferry as POW, transfered to Fort Delaware 3/12/1865 and was released there6/20/1865.  May have been
born in Wythe Co.]

390.  Halsey, James             75          Farmer        600          909
 (Peak), Patsy             60
Senter, Martha             12
 Hash, Canzada             20
    Halsey, Lucinda             12
[This was family 1358 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Halsey Genealogy, P. 4, James Halsey, s/o Wm
Halsey & Rachel Cobb.]

391. Halsey, Masten             24          Farmer       1600          283
      Rosamond             20
        Lee J.              1
          Etta           8/12               (B. Apl. 1870?)
[Masten Halsey served as Sergeant in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/24/1861, was taken POW at Waynesboro, sent
to Harper's Ferry to Fort Delaware where he was discharged 6/20/1865.]

289.  Halsey, McCoy             24                                     307
  (Young) Lucy             27
       John R.              3
      Victoria              2
    William C.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
Robert Gleason             69               Farmer       2600          800
 (Allen) Mary Ellen             68                                                     NC
Dunkin, Debora             14                                                          NC
[Ref. P. 82, 84, Halsey Genealogy, by R. C. Halsey.  Robert Halsey, B. 8/1/1801 D. 11/20/1876 s/o Moses & Margaret
Halsey Md. 3/26/1819, Mary "Polly" Allen, B. 6/6/1801 D. 11/11/1888.  Robert McCoy Halsey, s/o Robert & Mary Allen
Halsey, B. 6/10/1844 D. 3/2/1909 Md. Lucy Young, 10/15/1865  She was the d/o Jesse Young & Mary McMillan, B.
12/25/1844 & died 6/25/1923.  John Reed Halsey B. 9/7/1866 D. 1/18/1926 N/M; Victoria I. Halsey, B. 3/18/1868 D.
11/11/1950 Md. Alley E. Parsons, 5/16/1889 in Grayson Co., VA; William Cleveland Halsey B. 11/13/1869 D. 6/29/1935
Md. Malinda Alice Halsey, 7/25/1894.  Robert McCoy & Lucy Jane Young Halsey had 7 children after the 1870 census
was taken making a total of 10.  McCoy Halsey served in Co. C, 21st VA Cavalry, CSA.]

556. Halsey, Morris             45          Farmer        550          560
    (Hash), Sophina             38
      Angeline             20
         Lowry             13
      James C.             12
        Joseph              9
        Thomas              6
       William              3
      Polly A.              1
[Ref. Halsey Genealogy, P. 6, by R. C. Halsey.  Morris Halsey, B. ca. 1825 s/o James Halsey & Pattie Peak, Md. Sophina
Hash, d/o Thomas Hash & Nellie Phipps 2/10/1847, Ashe Co., NC.  The children listed above only approximate what
is in the Halsey Genealogy, therefore no reasonable report can be given with any degree of certainty.  Morris Halsey
enlisted on 6/28/1861 in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA and was discharged 6/13/1862 by reason of disability from Typhoid
Fever.]

296.Halsey, William             35          Farmer       1800          553
(Hash), Ludema             27
       Mary A.             10
      Celia J.              8
     Thomas J.              3
     Sylvester              1
    Poe, Floyd             15
    Cox, Nancy           16 B
[This was family 1213 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 10, Halsey Genealogy by R. C. Halsey.  William
Halsey, B. ca. 1831 D. 1/4/1901, s/o Sylvester Halsey & Mary Young,  Md. Ludema Hash Md. 5/6/1858, Ashe Co., NC.
Ludema Hash was d/o Thomas Hash & Nellie Phipps & was B. 11/20/1842 D. 8/18/1930.  Mary Ann Halsey B. 11/2/1859
D. 3/14/1929 Md. Houston B. Walker, 2/19/1884; Celia Jane Halsey B. 12/10/1861 D. 5/12/1935 Md. (1) Dr. Hershell
Weiss 12/22/1881, Md. (2) John Marshall Delp; Thomas Jackson Halsey B. 9/17/1866 Md. (1) Mattie McMillan,
12/9/1891, Md. (2) Savannah Hall; Sylvester Halsey B. 11/30/1868 D. ca. 1937 Md. Ennice Halsey, 1/18/1905.  William
Halsey & Ludema Hash had another 8 children after 1870.  William Halsey may have served as Corporal in Co. I, 51st
VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861.  He was taken POW at Waynesboro 3/2/1865, sent to Harper's Ferry and then to Fort
Delaware, released there on 6/20/1865 or have been the William Halsey who served as 1LT in Co. K, 37th NC Infantry,
CSA, as one of the name served in both units, although the former possibility seems most likely.]

389.       Halsey, William C.                       28          Farm Laborer
(Hash) Rebecca             28
     Mary Jane              7
       Jackson              3
        Ginsey              2
         C. J.           1/12
Pennington, John K.             15
[Ref. Halsey Genealogy by R. C. Halsey, P. 7.  William Cecil "Cease" Halsey, B. ca. 1840 D. 3/4/1932, s/o James Halsey
& Pattie Peak Md. Rebecca A. Hash, B. 12/27/1841 D. 5/27/1929, d/o Allen Hash, Sr. & Polly Ann or Rosa Rutherford.
A son, T. Blair, per Halsey, is missing from the above record, should be first child, perhaps elsewhere on census day.
Their children were:  T. Blair Halsey B. 10/27/1858 D. 7/30/1906; Polly Jane Halsey B. 8/28/1863 D. 12/12/1949 Md.
Louis J. Bryant 12/3/1882; Jackson J. Halsey, B. 1/16/1866 D. 10/31/1956 Md. Ada Ann Halsey, 1/12/1890; Jincey
Halsey B. 5/5/1868 D. 7/29/1949 Md. Joseph Jerome Thomas, s/o Dr. Fleming Thomas, 9/  /1887; C. J. (above not
mentioned in Halsey Genealogy).  Those born after 1870 were:  Nancy H. Halsey B. 5/10/1872 D. 5/30/1906 Md. James
G. Halsey, 12/21/1892 & Wm. Terry Halsey B. 10/20/1881 D. 7/18/1920, Md. Verdie Halsey.  William Cecil Halsey served
in Company I, 51st Virginia Infantry during the Civil War, enlistin 6/26/1861 at Fox Creek.]

329.  Hart, John G.             50          Farmer        200          240             NC
          Mary             46                                                          NC
         Milly             28
     Elizabeth             25
         Sarah             22
     Catherine             13
      Nancy C.             11
     George W.              7
       William              5
[This was family 1094 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

530.Hartley, Calvin             40          Farm Laborer                                              NC
         Sarah             30                                                          NC
        Almeda              2                                                          NC
      Laura C.           6/12               (B. Oct. 1869?)                                           VA
[This family moved to Grayson Co. probably from Watauga Co., NC ca. 1868.]

242.  Hash, Abraham             39          Farmer       1580          600
  (McGrady) Rebecca             27                                                     NC
        Louisa             15
        Dennis             11
 Cora Virginia              4
      Sarah J.              2
      Emory C.           2/12               (B. Apl. 1870)
[This was family 1251 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Hash Family Research.  Abram Hash (Abraham) B.
1830 D. 1902 Md. (1) Sallie Ward B. 1830 D. 1862; Md. (2) Rebecca McGrady 3/13/1864, d/o Edmond McGrady. B. 1842
D. 1879; Md. (3) Elizabeth Cullop 7/1/1879; Md. (4) Jane Osborne Cox Jennings 2/11/1894 B 5/  1844, d/o "Big" Enoch
Osborne.  Abraham Hash's children were:  Louisa Hash Md. Joseph N. Hash 1/20/1878, s/o Zebedee Hash & Frankie
Hackler; Dennis Hash B. 1/18/1859 D. 7/13/1914 Md. Celia Jane Grubb, 4/5/1877; Cora Virginia Hash Md. R. Crockett
Hash 3/1/1881, s/o Eli G. Hash & Polly Russell; Sarah J. Hash Md. Weldon Hash, 10/14/1886, s/o Zebedee Hash and
Frankie Hackler; Emory Columbus Hash, Md. Nellie R. Cox Rutherford ca. 1894 per 1900 Census of Grayson Co., VA.
Additional children born after 1870 were:  Peyton Garfield Hash, B. ca. 1872 Md. Emaline Grubb 3/6/1895 B. ca. 1875,
d/o Jacob & Margaret Grubb; Semour C. Hash; Albert G. Hash; and Walter Abram Hash, B. 3/21/ 1878 D. 8/21/1962,
Md. Cornelia N. F. Halsey 10/13/1900 B. 7/29/1881 D. 2/1/1963, d/o Greenberry Halsey and Drucilla Hash.  Abraham
Hash served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, per post war records only.]

314.  Hash, Abraham             50          Farmer        300          235
(Stamper), Catherine            45                                                     NC
       Manerva             19                                                          NC
         Susan             17                                                          NC
      Benjamin             15                                                          NC
        Andrew             12                                                          NC
        Melvin              9                                                          NC
    Rebecca J.              7                                                          NC
[Abraham Hash, B. 1826 D. 1906, s/o William Hash, Jr. & Nancy Anderson, Md. Catherine Stamper, 6/20/1846, Ashe
Co., NC.  Their children were:  Byrum Hash; Minerva Hash Md. Wiley Anderson, Susan Hash Md. Harrison Jones, Floyd
Hash, Rena Hash, Andrew Hash Md. Martha Blevins, Melvin C. Hash Md. Millie Blevins 9/7/1877; Benjamin Hash Md.
Nancy Jane Anderson, & Rebecca Jane Hash Md. Wesley Blevins.]

253.Hash, Alexander             19          Farmer
          Rody             20
     Elizabeth           3/12               (B. Mar. 1870)

281.    Hash, Allen             29          Miller                                     NC
   (Goins) Nancy C.             29          Keeping House                                             NC
    Rosa Alice              5               At School
[Allen was living in Ashe Co., NC at the taking of the 1860 Census.  Allen Hash, s/o John Hash and Sarah Hash, Md.
Nancy Catherine Goins 4/15/1862 in Alleghany Co., NC.  Allen Hash may be the same as served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf.
CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861, medical discharge 8/19/1862 for chronic rheumatism.]

219.    Hash, Allen             27          Farmer       1200          353
 (Perkins) Sarah J.             26
    Leander N.              3
[Allen Hash was member of household 1002 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Allen C. Hash, s/o Allen Hash & Polly
Rutherford, B. 6/9/1842 D. 1906 Md. Sarah Jane Perkins, 2/4/1866, B. 1842, d/o John H. & L. Perkins.  Leander N.
Hash's wife in 1900 Grayson Co., VA name was Lora, they had been married for 8 years.]

205. Hash, Anderson             62          Farm Laborer                              280
     Elizabeth             30
         Ellen             28
       Arus B.             26
[Anderson Hash Md. Nelly Rutherford, d/o Thomas Anderson, 12/28/1831.  She died prior to the 1870 census.  Elizabeth,
Ellen and Arus B. Hash, all died without having married.  A daughter, Peggy Ann Hash, B. 1833, Md. Anderson
Rutherford 4/5/1855, s/o John Rutherford and Peggy Hash, her double first cousin; Another son was Thomas Hash, B.
ca. 1834 and son William Hash, B. ca. 1835 was killed while in the Confederate Army.]

201.    Hash, Enoch             35          Farm Laborer
    (Halsey), Olive             40
        Thomas             14                                                          NC
         Ellen             12
        Surfna             10
     Sophronia              8
       Ruth A.              4
      James A.              1
[This was family 1361 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 8, Halsey Genealogy, by R. C. Halsey.  Enoch
Hash, B. 2/28/1827 D. 7/21/1909, s/o Thomas Hash & Nellie Phipps Md. Olive Halsey, d/o James Halsey & Pattie Peak
9/30/1852 in Ashe Co., NC.  Thomas Hash Md. Lura V. Pickle, 3/1/1877, d/o Alex & C. Pickle, & lived in Montana; Ellen
Halsey Md. Larkin Phipps 1/23/1876; Sophrona, B. 1/3/1863 D. 10/12/1955, Md. John W. Anderson, B. 3/22/1855 D.
6/14/1909; James Alexander Halsey B. 10/20/1868 D. 11/24/1948 Md. (1) Minnie Anderson & Md. (2) Jincy Dalton; Ruth
Alice Halsey, B. 5/8/1866 D. 5/10/1926 Md. Lafayette Cox B. 3/18/1844 D. 9/3/1931.  Enoch Hash served in Co. I, 51st
VA Inf. CSA and/or Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861, captured 9/19/1864 at Winchester, POW at Point
Lookout, exchanged 2/10/1865 and was in the Hospital in Richmond 2/15/1865.]

535.   Hash, Harden             26          Farm Laborer                              110
       Jerusha             24                                                          NC
      Nancy E.              4
      Dodge M.              1
[Unplaced in the Hash Family, but probably a grandson of William Hash, Jr. and Nancy Anderson.]

236. Hash, Harrison             21          Farmer        300
      Patience             37
        George              1
   Holdaway, Thomas             10
[Harrison Hash, s/o Joseph "Miller Joe" Hash was member of household 1001 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

194.   Hash, Harvey             55          Farmer       1000          282
  (Ward), Ruth             49
         Nancy             11
    Stamper, Harvey             16
 Larrowe, Ruth             14
[Harvey Hash, s/o William Hash, Jr. & Nancy Anderson, Md. Ruth Ward, 4/3/1841, in Ashe Co., NC.  Ref. Hash Family
Research.  Their children were:  Phoebe Jane Hash, B. ca. 1842 Md. (1) Andrew J. Cox 4/14/1857, B. 1836 D. in
Confederate Service, s/o John Cox and Eleanor Ward, Md. (2) Silas Ward, s/o Zachariah Ward and Tabitha Hash; Sarah
Ann Hash B. 1843, Md. Zachariah Cox, 4/11/1866, s/o Troy Cox and Peggy Ann Osborne; Mastin Wade Hash B. 1845
D. while serving in the Confederate Army; Nancy Hash Md. Joseph Shaver 4/12/1881, s/o Lee & E. Shaver.  Harvey
Stamper was Harvey Hash's nephew, son of Joshua Stamper, Jr. and Susan Hash.  Harvey became a school teacher
and taught in Washington Co., VA.]

111.         Hash, Jackson A.                       23          Farm Laborer                         121
      Caroline             21
         Gincy              5
        Marion              2
[Jackson A. Hash served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 4/1/1862.]

472.         Hash, Jackson B.                       54          Farmer          6000                 595
  (Pugh) Malinda J.             44          Keeping House             2000
   Mitchell M.             14
       Cora E.              4
  Wood, Ludema             48
[This was family 1302 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  The Real Property value of 6000 was stiken through & 2000
entered on the next line.  Ref. Hash Family Research.  Their children were:  Jerome C. Hash B. 1/4/1841, D. while
serving in Confederate States Army; Byrum B. Hash B. 5/21/1842 D. 1/26/1864, died in Union Army Prison; Martha L.
Hash B. 3/18/1845 D. 11/2/1848; William T. Hash B. 9/19/1849 D. 2/25/1863; Mitchell Masten Hash B. 3/19/1853 D.
5/27/1888 Md. Virginia Greer 6/6/1883; and Cora E. Hash B. 8/1/1854, Md. Cicero Plummer.]

130.    Hash, Jacob             58          Farmer       1000          577
  (Perkins), Miriam             54
      Columbus             25
           Ann             23
       Abigail             20
    America R.             16
       John A.             13
    Bonham, Clearcy             14
 Johnson, John           20 B                                                          NC
Hash (Anderson), Rebecca             92     Retired House Keeper
[Jacob Hash, (s/o John Hash II & Rebecca Anderson, II) Md. Miriam Perkins, 5/21/1840, Ashe Co., NC.  America R.
Hash Md. Leonard E. Hash, s/o Jos. & P. Hash, 2/20/1879; John A. Hash, Md. Sarah C. Long, d/o E. & B. Long,
2/18/1879.  Ref. Hash Family Research.  Their children were:  Elbert S. Hash, B. 2/17/1842, killed while serving in the
Confederate Army; Harlow W. Hash, B. 10/21/1842, D. 4/4/1856; Alex Columbus Hash Md. Mary T. Ingoldsby, 2/25/1865,
d/o Francis & Elizabeth Ingoldsby; Helena JoAnna Hash B. 12/25/1846 Md. Floyd Hash, 4/1/1873 B. 3/15/1847 D.
3/15/1929, s/o Joseph Hash and Polly Cole; Elijah Cicero Hash B. 9/2/1849 D. 2/25/1936 Md. Rosamond Emaline Pugh
4/26/1874 B. 6/1/1856 D. 7/9/1942, d/o Stephen Pugh and Mahala Perkins; John Andre Hash, B. 4/18/1858 D. 12/
/1947, Md. Sarah CAtherine Long 7/18/1879, d/o E. & B. Long.]

303.    Hash, James             67          Farmer        800          385             NC
  (Reedy), Margaret             58                                                     NC
         Nancy             19                                                          NC
        Manser              8                                                          NC
         Riley             15                                                          NC
[Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications.  James Hash, B. 1803 D. 1879, s/o Robert Hash & Margery Hart, Md. Margaret
Reedy, d/o Christopher & Anna Reedy, 1/17/1831.  Their children were:  Jackson Hash, B. 1835; Philadephia Jane Hash
B. 1837 D. 6/11/1899 Md. Henderson Phipps (migrated to Indianopolis, IN); Ambrose Hash, B. 1839; Wesley Hash, B.
1846; Nancy E. Hash, B. 1/10/1852 D. 7/17/1914, Md. Leander Porter; James Franklin Hash B. 5/26/1848; Sarah Ann
Hash B. 1850 & Manser Hash B. 1862.]

393.    Hash, James             31          Farmer       1135          326
(Kirk) Mary A.             29
     Elizabeth              9
      Drucy A.              5
      Nelly S.              1
Larowe, Thomas             15
[Ref. Hash Family Research.  This may be James Phipps Hash, s/o Thomas Hash and Cornelia Phipps, B. 6/30/1837
D. 6/10/1914, Md. (1) Polly Kirk, B. 10/24/1840 D. 11/1/1874, d/o Jones M. Kirk and Susannah Griffiths.  James Hash
Md. (2) Elizabeth Duvall, 12/18/1875.  James Hash served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 5/29/1861, sick
7/12/1861, was captured at Piedmont 6/5/1864, POW at Camp Morton, exchanged 3/4/1865, in the Hospital in Richmond
3/11/1865.  He was living in Grayson Co., VA in 1898.  Thomas Larrowe (LaRue) was probably the s/o Charles LaRue
and Susan Hash.  Charles went North, joined the Federal Army and died of unknown causes.]

196.  Hash, John H.             72          Farmer        750          269
          Jane             72               Keeping House
          Ruth             35
          Rosa             29
       Orville             13
         Wiley              8
[This was family 1030 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Orville Hash, s/o Rosa Hash Md. Ludema Rutherford, d/o
N. & P. Rutherford, 12/24/1877.  John H. Hash, s/o William Hash, Jr. & Nancy Anderson, Md. Jane, ca. 1821, however
conflicting reports of who she was, some sources saying Phipps, others Richardson.  Ruth & Rosie Hash never married.]

220.     Hash, John             38          Farmer        300          906
(Anderson) Rosamond             36
      Sarah C.             12
    Thomas Mc.              9
       Mary A.              1
[This was family 1003 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Robert Dent Hash, Hash Family researcher,
Woodbridge, VA.  John C. Hash, B. 7/28/1832 D. 5/19/1904, s/o Allen Hash & Polly Rutherford, Md. Rosamond
Anderson, B. 1834 D. 1916, d/o Harvey Columbus Anderson & Keziah Holloway.  Their children were:  Allen M. Hash,
B. 12/13/1855; Sarah Caroline Hash, B. 6/8/1857 D. 2/5/1938 Md. Columbus H. Halsey 5/1/1881, B. 9/27/1956 D.
10/16/1905, s/o Sylvester Halsey & Caroline Anderson; Thomas Mack Hash, B. 10/13/1860 D. 1933-4, Md. Rosa J.
Halsey, 12/6/1884, B. 2/28/1865 D. 5/7/1921, d/o Ezekiel Halsey and Fidella Ann Halsey; Mary Ann Hash, B. 5/14/1869
D. 3/30/1944, Md. Lee Jackson Halsey, 9/26/1892 B. 10/13/1868 D. 5/1/1952, s/o Mastin Halsey & Rosamond J. Halsey.]

287.Hash, Joseph N.             34          Farmer        900          392
          Rena             29
        Fields             11
       William             72               Retired Farmer
 Long, Sanders             21               Farm Laborer                              100
[This was family 1220 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Joseph Hash served in Co. G, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion
or Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

251.Hash, Joseph R.             55          Farmer       1500          661
          Mary             45
        Syntha             24
         Floyd             23
        Boyden             13
 (Zilda) Lilda              9
        Watson              6
       America              4
[Ref. Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver, et. al.  Joseph Hash, B. 6/12/ 1812 D. 5/14/1904, s/o Joseph Hash
& Margaret Halsey, Md. Mary "Polly" Cole.  Cynthia Hash, B. 3/31/1846 D. ca. 1906, "was bed ridden for years and never
married"; Floyd Hash B. 5/2/1847 D. 3/15/1929 Md. Helen Joann Hash 4/1/1873 B. 12/25/1848, d/o Jacob Andre Hash
and Miriam Perkins; Phoebe Hash B. 10/28/1849 D. 3/30/1949 Md. Bryan Livesay, 3/10/1870 B. 5/19/1843 D. 2/28/1926,
s/o Fielden & Eve Livesay; Isom Hash B. 6/8/1852 D. 8/13/1854; America Hash Md. Lewis Ward, II 12/30/1883; Zilda
Hash Md. Robey Osborne 4/10/1884, s/o Alfred Osborne; Watson Hash B. 2/15/1864 D. 6/17/1939 Md. Nancy Halsey
5/28/1893 B. 11/37/1865 D. 2/2/1924, d/o Elder William B. Halsey and Mahala Bishop.]

78.    Hash, Joseph             68          Farm Laborer                              176
   (Hackler), Phena             47
       Leonard             21
      Benjamin             19
        Jinsey             18
         James             16
         Enoch             12
      Caroline             11
      Sarah A.              9
       America              5
[Ref. Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver, et. al.  Joseph Miller Hash, B. 12/3/1805 D. 8/1/1903, s/o William
Hash, Jr. & Nancy Anderson.  Joseph Miller Hash, Md. (1) Sydney Wyatt, B. ca. 1808 D. ca. 1845, Md. (2) Triphina
Hackler.  Joseph M. Hash had over 20 children by both marriages, see elsewhere for sketches of individual families.
Leonard Hash, B. 1849 Md. America R. Hash, d/o Jacob A. & Miriam Perkins Hash, 2/20/1879; Benjamin Hash Md.
Caroline Anderson, d/o F. Anderson, 2/6/1872; James Hash Md. Bettie E. Anderson, 1/8/1875; Enoch Hash, B.
5/22/1858 D. 8/1/1934 Md. Mary Sells, 3/31/1880 B. 8/7/1852 D. 4/10/1950, d/o William & Martha Sells; Caroline Hash
Md. Alexander Sells; Sarah A. Hash died N/M; Jincey Hash Md. Jonathan Pennington 8/15/1874, B. 10/  /1850, s/o
William & Sarah Pennington; America Hash B. 4/8/1865 D. 1938 Md. Alexander Anderson 8/6/1885; Robert Hash "died
young"; and Columbus Hash B. 5/27/1868, died in infancy.]

232.    Hash, Lewis             43          Farmer        750          654
(Halsey), Mary             38               Keeping House                                             NC
    William W.             17                                                          NC
      Allen C.             15                                                          NC
       Alex M.             11                                                          NC
     Granville              8                                                          NC
       Lucy R.              5                                                          NC
       Mary J.              2                                                          NC
[Ref. Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver et. al.  Lewis (Louis) Hash, B. 7/27/1828 D. 3/11/1915, Md. Mary
Halsey, 9/12/1850 B. 7/19/1831 D. 5/15/1912, s/o William Halsey & Juda Peak.  William Weldon Hash, B. 2/15/1852
D. 3/12/ 1912, Md. Juda Ennice Halsey, 9/30/1883, B. 5/5/1865 D. 10/29/1962, d/o Ira Halsey & Zilpha Dixon; Allen
Columbus Hash, B. 12/9/1853 D. 7/1/1920 Md. Rachel Emmalne Kirk 8/9/1876 B. 5/16/1855 D. 12/28/1843, d/o Jones
Kirk & Susannah Griffiths; Harlow W. Hash, B. 2/17/1856 D. 9/17/1881, N/M; Alex Norman Hash, B. 1/1/1859 D.
3/15/1930, Md. Susannah Kirk 12/28/1879, B. 9/10/1863 D. 2/9/1956, d/o Jones Kirk & Susannah Griffiths; Glenna Hash,
B. 1/2/1861 D. 3/11/1862; Granville R. Hash, B. 5/7/1863 D. 9/1/1944 Md. (1) Cora Lee Wyatt 10/5/1889 B. 10/25/1870
D. 9/18/1912, d/o Sheriff John Reed Wyatt & Nannie A. Halsey, Md. (2) Anna Lillian Ross, 4/30/1915 B. 11/4/1878 D.
1/7/1970, d/o Alexander Cicero Ross & Maggie Pierce; Lindsay Roan Hash (vice Lucy R. above) B. 2/17/1866 D.
9/27/1928 Md. Jennie Gambill, 1/3/1901, B. 1877 D. 1961, d/o Preston Gambill & Elizabeth Colvard; Mary Jane Hash
B. 4/30/1868 D. 1/6/1960 Md. Walter Warner McMillan 9/28/1904 B. 7/30/1874 D. 2/13/1920, s/o Jesse B. McMillan &
Rebecca Reeves.  Three children were born to Lewis Hash & Mary Halsey after the 1870 census was taken:  Lura
Virginia Hash, B. 7/20/1871 D. 3/3/1966, Md. Johnny Fielding Livesay, 5/  /1892 B. 1/21/1870 D. 2/6/1912, s/o James
Livesay & Malinda Pugh; Ira Cebert Hash, B. 4/30/1873 D. 11/3/1948 Md. Drucilla Moelick Bryant, 8/8/1901, B. 2/4/1878
D. 7/5/1953, d/o William Bryant & Hannah Emaline Cox; Rosa Eudora Hash, B. 3/11/1877 D. 8/11/1935, Md. Manley
Eugene McMillan 10/19/1898 B. 10/11/1872 D. 12/16/1937, s/o Jesse B. McMillan & Rebecca Reeves.]

233.     Hash, Mary             40          Keeping House                                             NC
       Lucinda             13
        Ludema             11
   Monterville             10
        Lester              8
          Hugh              6
       Evaline              4

197.     Hash, Mary             49          Keeping House              700            282             SC
       Mary A.             23
      James A.             16
          Boyd             13
      Augustus             11
     Robert L.              7
[Mary Hash, widow of William C. Hash, who died in Richmond hospital in 6/1865.  James A. Hash Md. Mollie Rutherford,
d/o Allen & Peggy Rutherford 3/6/1873.]

200.   Hash, Thomas             70          Farmer        500          342
(Phipps) Ellen             63
Stamper, James             14                                                          NC
[This was family 1029 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Thomas was the s/o William Hash, Jr. and Nancy
Anderson.  Nellie was the d/o Benjamin Phipps and Jane Hash.  James Stamper was James Piercy Stamper, B.
6/10/1861, s/o Joshua Stamper, Jr. and Eliza Ann Sawyers.  Joshua Stamper, Jr. was killed in the Civil War.  Eliza Ann
Sawyers, was d/o Zachariah Sawyers and Mary Martin.  James Piercy Stamper Md. Minnie Millissie Poe, d/o James Poe.
James died on 12/24/1940 and is buried in the Saddle Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery.]

221.Hash, Thomas B.             36          Farmer        500          325
 Brewer, Mariann M.             26
    Poe, Drucy             14
[Thomas B. Hash, s/o Allen Hash and Polly Rutherford, Md. Malinda Brewer, d/o Liner Brewer and Elizabeth Phipps, per
Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver et. al., though there is no proof of this relationship.]

86.   Hash, Wilborn             27          Farm Laborer                              149
  (Welsh), Caroline             29          Keeping House
          John              4
         Julia           8/12
   Welch, John             95               Farm Laborer                                              NC
         Sarah             71                                                          NC
[Wilborn Hash, s/o Wm. & Jane Bonham Hash, Md. Caroline Welsh, d/o John & Mary Welsh, 6/29/1864.  Wilborn Hash
served as a Sergeant in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 and promoted to SGT 11/1/1862.]

243.  Hash, William             60          Farmer        875          334
          Mary             31
     Ludema A.              7
       Mary E.              5
    William M.              2
       Mary E.             14
            C.           1/12               (B. May 1870)
[Ref. Hash Family Research.  William Hash, B. 1/25/1809 D. 5/11/1895, s/o Joseph Hash & Margaret Halsey,  Md. (1)
Jane Bonham 10/18/1833, B. 1/29/1811, D. 1853, d/o William Bonham and Elizabeth Williams, Md. (2) Polly Glass, 1862,
B. 9/1/1831 D. 7/10/1890.  Ludema Alice Hash, B. 4/8/1863 Md. Noah Anderson, 3/13/1881, B. 5/25/1863 D. 10/10/1915,
s/o McCoy Anderson and Alsey Ann Phipps; Martha Jane Hash B. 3/23/1865 D. in infancy; Mary Emaline Hash B.
3/23/1865 Md. Robert Murrary; William Mathias Hash B. 4/14/1868 D. 5/4/1895 Md. Callie Eastridge; and son Lee Fields
Hash B. 1/29/1873 D. 9/13/1959, Md. (1) Lessie Anderson 2/14/1892 B. 6/3/1878, d/o McCoy Anderson and Alsey Ann
Phipps, Md. (2) Lela B. Wilson 1/19/1897, Md. (3) Ruth Griffith.]

250.  Hash, Zebedee             52          Farmer        600          222
(Hackler) Frankie J.            34
        Joseph             12
        Ludema             10
       Fielden              8
    William F.              6
     Welden M.              4
 Cora Virginia              1
[This was family 1253 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Zebedee Hash was s/o "Blind Fox Billy" Hash and wife Jane
Bonham.]

439.         Hawkins, Charles                       67          Farm Laborer                                         SC
    (Adams) Deborah             54                                                     NC
         Celia             30
         Creed             12
        Martin             12
         Jesse              8
           Mat              1
Ham, Thomas F.             26               Photographer
[Charles Hawkins Md. Deboarh Adams 12/16/1827 in Wilkes Co., NC.  Deboarh's age listed above is in question, as are
some children's ages.  Celia Hawkins Md. Martin Adams (b. ca. 1847), s/o Daniel Adams 12/30/1870.  Martin Hawkins,
actually b. ca. 1840 Md. Celia Anderson on 7/4/1861 and served in Co. D, 37th Battn. VA Cavalry, CSA.]

386.Helton, William             50          Farmer                     332 (Name blotted)
     Elizabeth             47                                                          NC
       Mary M.             24
       Synthia             19
         Felix             16
     Reuben C.             13                                                          NC
         Nancy             11
          Lucy             10
         James              6
[This family was not found perviously in Grayson Co., and were probably from Carroll County where the family is
numerous.]

370.         Henderson, Henry                       34          Farmer
        Mahala             28
       Cina E.              6
     Elizabeth              4
       Timothy              1
[Henry Henderson was living in household 1074 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry or Henly probably was
s/o John Henderson (family #371) and his first wife.  Henry served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

378.       Henderson, John J.                       30          Farmer
         Sarah             28
      David B.              9
      Henry H.              7
           Pet              4
        Eli K.           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
[Likely son of John Henderson and his 1st wife, (see family #371, Wilson District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

371.Henderson, John             60          Farmer                                     NC
     Elizabeth             40                                                          NC
       Evaline             22                                                          NC
         James             16
      Caroline             13
         Susan              2
[This appears to be family 1071 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

285.       Henderson, William                       38          Farmer           600                 244             NC
(Pennington), Elizabeth         33                                                     NC
      Laura E.              3
     Albert L.              2
     Andrew J.              1
  Pennington, Celia              6
[William Henderson served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

307.   Hill, Foster             54          Farmer        150          146             NC
     Elizabeth             36                                                          NC
          John             14                                                          NC
         Manda              9                                                          NC
        Martha              7                                                          NC
          Mary              5                                                          NC
      Letha A.              3                                                          VA
[This family moved to Grayson Co., VA ca. 1866.]

405.         Hoffman, Charles                       40          Farmer          2000                 401        Germany
         Sarah             27
     Henrietta              2
       William          11/12               (B. Jul 1869)
[Ancestors of the Hoffman family at Grant, Grayson Co., VA.]

124.Holdaway, A. C.             32          Farmer        300          102
       Mandana             25
    Francis M.              8
       Mary E.              4
      Drucy A.              2
[Ref. Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver.  Andrew C. Holloway, s/o Daniel Holloway & Mary Hash.  Andrew
C. Holdaway served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861 as a Corporal.]

173.        Holdaway, Jackson                       38          Farm Laborer                         150
(Strange), Martha J.            36          Keeping House
    Macusus L.             14
   Nancy L. A.              7               (B. Oct. 1862)
 William R. L.              4
         Laura              1               (B. Jan. 1868)
[This was family 932 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jackson Holdaway, s/o Daniel Holdaway & Mary Hash, Md.
Martha J. Strange, d/o William F. & Nancy Strange, on 5/17/1854.  This was family 932 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA.
This family eventually had 10 children, 6 of which were still living in 1900.  An additional child was Mattie E. Holloway,
B. 8/  /1878.   Jackson Holdaway served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 7/27/1861, exchanged for M. Hall
9/20/1862, detached as a teamster 9/20/1862.]

457. Holdaway, John             40          Farm Laborer
(Perkins) Elvira A.             22
       Mary J.              2
      Ellen O.           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
[John Holdaway, s/o Daniel C. & Polly Hash Holdaway Md. Elvira A. Perkins, d/o T. F. & E. Perkins, 3/20/1867.  Tradition
says John served in the Confederate Army.]

238.        Holdaway, Land A.                       73          Farm Laborer                                         TN
         Polly             69
       Land G.             29
    Gentry, Matilda             42          Keeping House                                             NC
          Jane             13
[Matilda and Jane Gentry were members of household 792 in the 1860 Grayson CO., VA Census.  Matilda was at that
time married to James Gentry and had 3 children, Wiley A, 5; M. J.(Jane) 3; and L. G. 2.  Jane Gentry, Md. Wm.
Wingate, 2/13/1873, s/o Jno. & Peggy Wingate.]

239.Holdaway, Riley             25          Farm Laborer
         Huldy             26
         Susan              3
     Andrew J.              2
[Riley Holdaway, s/o David A. & Mary Hash Holdaway, was member of household 992 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

109.  Hunter, Simon           40 B          Farm Laborer
       Evaline           38 B
       Mary A.           12 B
          Reed           17 B
      James A.           11 B
         Alice            8 B
      Sarah J.            6 B
       Troy D.            4 B
         Moses         8/12 B
[Simon Hunter, Md. Martha Hunter, d/o S. Hunter, 9/27/1879.]

110.  Hunter, Simon           60 B          Farm Laborer                                              NC
         Pheby           55 B                                                          VA
        Marthy           27 B                                                          NC
        Daniel           11 B                                                          NC
[Daniel Hunter Md. Letha Grimsley, d/o H. & P. Grimsley, 5/2/1878.]

116.       Ingoldsby, Francis                       55          Farmer           300                 ___        Ireland
     Elizabeth             54
      Mary Ann             23
     Elizabeth             21
      Sarah L.             12
   DeBoard, Charles             13
Hopkins, Polly             88
[This was family 980 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  This family moved to Grayson Co., from Smyth Co., VA.
Elizabeth J. Ingoldsby Md. Wm. C. Phipps, s/o David & Susan (Anderson) Phipps, 8/30/1871.]

117.       Ingoldsby, Patrick                       24          Farm Laborer
(Jones, Cynthia), Suzanna            25
         Sarah              3
[Patrick Ingoldsby was member of household 980 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Patrick Ingoldsby, d/o Francis
& Elizabeth Ingoldsby Md. Cynthia Suzanne Jones, d/o Patsey Jones, 12/28/1865.]

164.        James, Braxton L.                       40          Farmer           700                 136
       Evaline             30
       Mary M.             12
        George              9
      Sarah E.              8
       Stephen              6
         David              4
          Bell           5/12               (B. Jan 1870)
[This may have been family 952 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Braxton L. James was probably the s/o of Keziah
James (b. ca. 1800) and who was widowed by 1850.  Her other children were Cassandra, b. ca. 1835, Columbus b. ca.
1845, Abagail b. ca. 1847 and probably others.]

429. Johnson, David             58          Farmer
(Anderson), Katherine           55
     Granville             22
         Byrum             21
         Pheba             15
       Evaline             13
       William             11
[David Johnson Md. Katherine Anderson, d/o Wm. Anderson, 12/17/1832.  Granville Johnson Md. M. C. Pugh, d/o Wm.
& C. Pugh, 2/1/1872; Byrum Johnson, Md. Rosa M. Boyer, d/o M. & P. Boyer 1/27/1879; Evaline Johnson Md. Reuben
Adams, s/o Henry Adams, 6/5/1880.  Dates are inconsistent with those given in previous years.]

274.       Johnson, Joseph C.                       23          Farm Laborer                         122
 (Dunwid) Martha J.             23
      Cennetha              1
[Joseph C. Johnson, s/o Richard & C. Johnson, Md. Martha J. Dunwid, d/o Jas. & B. Dunwid, 10/24/1866.  Duplicate of
Wilson Creek family #563.]

563.       Johnson, Joseph C.                       25          Farm Laborer                         100             TN
 (Duwid), Martha J.             25                                                     NC
          Jane              2
[Joseph C. Johnson, s/o Richard & C. Johnson, (marriage record say he was born in Nottoway Co., VA, not TN) Md.
Martha J. Duwid, d/o James & B. Duwid, 10/24/1866.  This appears to be a duplication of family #274 in the Wilson Creek
District.]

262.         Johnson, Richard                     26 B          Farm Laborer
     Catherine           59 W
        Martha           25 W               Idiotic
          Mary           22 W               At School
        Sidney           16 M
[This family cannot other wise be idenitified.]

304.Johnston, Jesse             73          Cooper                                     NC
       Malinda             24                                                          NC
    Mary Belle              5                                                          NC
  Jefferson M.              2                                                          NC
       Cora E.              1                                                          VA
[Jessee may have been a Johnson and only age 23, rather than as given above, but transcription seems to be accurate
but unlikely.  This family came to Grayson Co., VA ca. 1869.]

125.         Jones, Granville                       27          Farmer           200                  47
 (Cress), Julie Ann             25          Keeping House
     Robert M.             10
     Harlow W.              8
       Noah F.              6
      Sytha E.              4
     Wallen A.           1/12
       Malinda           1/12
[Granville Jones, s/o Patsy Jones, Md. Julia Ann Cress, d/o Peter & Freelove Cress of Smyth Co., VA, 3/14/1858.  Julia
Ann died on 3/20/1911.  Harlow W. Jones Md. M. M. Haga, d/o Lewis & Delilah Haga, 7/22/1880.  Granville Jones served
in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA per History of Grayson County in Words and Pictures, but not found in Compiled Service
Records.]

172.  Jones, Joseph             75          Farmer        300          131
         Susan             53
       John B.             20
      Hiram B.             17
      Ellen F.             15
[This family cannot other wise be identified.]

70.  Jones, Maryann             40          Keeping House              800            260
      Sarah E.             15
     Lethy Ann             14
      James F.             12
      Hiram W.             11
    William J.              9
[James F. Jones, d/o Wallen & Maryann Jones, Md. Cinthia E. Perry, d/o H. & H. Perry, 5/4/1875; William J. Jones, Md.
Emaline Anderson, d/o Freelan & P. Anderson, 6/2/1881.]

347.        Jones, William B.                       45          Farmer           300                 196
     Katherine             40
     Alexander             19
      Franklin             15
        Daniel             12
          Jane             10
         David              7
       Phillip              3
[Daniel Jones Md. Marinda Parks, d/o G. W. & C. Parks, 10/25/1877.]

276.    Kerby, Joel             34          Shoemaker
  (Davis), Sarah J.             34
      Sarah F.             14
     Manvline?             11
       Mila A.              6
          John              1
[Joel Kerby Md. Sarah Jane Davis, 5/20/1855, Ashe Co., NC.  Joel Kirby served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting
4/27/1862 and deserted 7/1/1864.]

355.Kilby, James W.             67          Farm Laborer                              220             NC
(Gambill) Mary             60                                                          NC
          Cloe             30                                                          NC
  Catherine E.             20                                                          NC
Wheatley, Elizabeth             77          Retired Housekeeper                        NC
[James Welborn Kilby, s/o Humphrey Kilby & Nancy Haynes?, Md. Mary Gambill, residents of Wilkes Co., NC until after
Civil War.]

356.  Kilby, Nelson             43          Farmer        800          652             NC
 (Francis), Charity             40          Keeping House                                             NC
       Wilborn             17
          Troy             15
        Elijah             10
          Loyd              8
       Melvina              4
        Highly              2
[This was family 1121 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nelson Kilby served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co.
C, 63rd VA Inf. CSA.  Nelson Kilby, s/o Elder Ruben Kilby and Anna Jones, B. 5/17/1830 D. 1/26/1897 Md. Charity
Francis ca. 1851, d/o Elijah Francis and Mary Koontz.  Wilburn Kilby B. 10/15/1852 D. 1/25/1925 Md. Nancy R. Greer;
Troy H. Kilby B. 9/4/1854 D. 7/28/1924, a primitive Baptist minister, Md. (1) Marenthia Spencer, B. 3/15/1857 D.
10/10/1889, d/o Isaac Spencer and Phebe Anderson and Md. (2) Cosby Spencer B. 7/23/1868 D. 4/19/1933, d/o William
Spencer and Mahala Weaver; Ira R. Kilby B. 10/31/1858 D. 2/27/1932 Md. Martha Nelson B. 5/20/1862 D. 3/8/1960;
Elijah Kilby Md. Elizabeth Toone; Hiley Kilby Md. Lee Greer.  Melvina Kilby B. 3/13/1866 D. 1/11/1927 Md. (1) Jim
Sheldon and Md. (2) Joshua Ham.  Additional children, Almeda was born after the 1870 census was taken, she married
James Walton. Frances Kilby B. 9/24/1873 D. 4/12/1955 Md. David Emory Spencer 2/17/1897 B. 9/22/1872 D.
4/20/1956.  He was s/o William Spencer and Mahala Weaver.  Ref. p. 132-186 Francis Family of the Upper New River
Valley by Jeff Weaver and Gracie Francis Call.]

354.  Kilby, Samuel             32          Farm Laborer                              160             NC
(Shumate) Casander J.           38                                                     VA
       Cloe E.              9                                                          NC
        Martha              7                                                          NC
         Nancy              3                                                          NC
   Absher, Caroline             17                                                     NC
  Shumate, Ann             73               Retired House Keeper                                      VA
[Samuel Kilby served in Co. H, 3rd NC Infantry, (Federal).  He was s/o James Welborn Kilby and Mary "Polly" Gambill.
He Md. Casander J. Shumate 2/4/1855 in Wilkes Co., NC.]

352.Kilby, Thornton             40          Farmer        800          550             NC
(Weaver), Phoebe M.             40          Keeping House
        Cicero             18
      Polly M.             13
      Isaac R.             11
       Lorinda              9
     Elizabeth              7
     Katherine              4
      James R.              2
[This was family 1116 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume VII by Jeffrey
C. Weaver.  Thornton Kilby, B. 10/12/1829 D. 8/29/1917 s/o Primitive Baptist minister - Elder Reuben Kilby & Anna
Jones, Md. Phoebe Marilda Weaver, d/o Isaac Weaver & Mary Francis, 11/22/1851 in Ashe Co., NC, B. 8/29/1833 D.
8/31/ 1907.  Their children, based on Family Bible records were:  Cicero Kilby B. 10/8/1852 D. 1920 Md. Zillah Evaline
Weaver, 3/5/1874 B. 2/15/1856 D. 1950, d/o John S. Weaver & Celah Pennington (they migrated to Toulon, IL.); Jason
Kilby B. 6/1/1854, died in childhood; Mary M. "Pop" Kilby B. 8/2/1856 D. 2/27/1936, Md. William Calvin Young, ca. 1875
B. 6/18/1856 D. 3/12/1906, s/o James Duvall & Elizabeth Baker, name legally changed to Young; Isaac Reuben Kilby
B. 10/31/ 1858 Md.(1) ?, Md. (2) Laura Osborne Lovelace 1/29/ 1899, Md. (3) Callie Pennington; Laura India Kilby B.
1/8/1861 D. 3/28/1941 Md. (1) Thomas Montgomery, Md. (2) Wiley Winton Osborne 1888 B. 4/14/1850 D. 7/7/ 1939,
s/o Enoch Osborne & Ruth Perkins; Elizabeth Kilby, B. 2/20/1863 D. 7/28/ 1905 Md. (1) William Conley Perkins, 1882,
s/o Ira Gordon Perkins & Joan Perkins, Md. (2) T. R. Warren 1/17/1903, s/o Alexander Norman & N. A. Warren; Cath-

erine Kilby B. 3/20/1866 D. 2/7/1906 Md. John Henry Peacock 4/10/1884 B. 8/12/ 1860 D. 7/5/1949; James Roby Kilby
B. 3/15/1868 D. 9/20/1953 Md. (1) Laura Jane Young 10/31/1887 B. 11/16/1868 D. 8/11/1888, d/o Eli Young & Lucy
Spencer Md. (2) Eva Ruth Osborne, 3/15/1889 B. 12/3/1874, d/o Wiley Winton Osborne & Lavina Jane Mink.  Children
born to Thornton Kilby & Phoebe Marilda Weaver after the 1870 census was taken were:  Emeline KIlby B. 10/16/1870,
Md. Elbert Roby Pennington 1/5/1894, s/o Clayborn Pennington & Charity Perkins; Urbana Kilby B. 3/2/1873 D. 5/3/1952
Md. Adolphus Spencer 1/14/1895, B. 2/10/1873 D. 9/19/1933, s/o Calvin Spencer & Mary Francis; Maggie Kilby B.
3/15/1875 D. 11/2/1962 Md. Frank T. Pennington 12/28/1898 B. 6/9/1872 D. 12/19/1905, s/o Cicero Pennington &
Almeda Grubb; & Cora Kilby B. 4/4/1879 D. 2/24/1906, N/M.  Thornton Kilby served in Co. C, 63d VA Inf. CSA.]

147.    Kirk, Frank             28          Farmer        400          287
    (Ward), Malvina             23          Keeping House
       Mary E.              3
         Eliza              1
 Bonham, James             17
[Franklin Kirk, s/o Jones & Susannah Griffiths Kirk, Md. Melvina Ward, d/o Lewis & Maryann Hash Ward, 10/22/1865.
See The Kirk Family of Grayson County, by Bettye-Lou Kirk Fields for further information on this family.  Per that ref, their
children were:  Mary E. J. Kirk, B. 8/9/1866 D. 4/13/1888, Md. James B. Hash; James Lester Kirk B. 1/11/1872 D.
3/2/1953 Md. Sarah Eudora Evalisic Jones B. 2/21/1867 D. 9/14/1923; George Lewis Kirk B. 9/2/1874 D. 1940 Md.
Bessie Cox, B. 4/3/1883 D. 5/5/1911; Jones Horton Kirk, B. 8/22/1881 D. 6/8/1919; Claudia B. Kirk, B. 4/13/1887 D.
7/2/1910, Md. W. E. Cox.  Franklin Kirk served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA. enlisting 6/24/1861, sick 7/12/1861,
again 4/1862.  He was discharged and rejoined 2/1/1863, was captured at Waynesboro 3/2/1865, POW at Fort
Delaware, released 6/20/1865.]

148.     Kirk, John             26          Farmer        400          157
(Wingate) Jane             23
         Ellen              2
    Clementine              1
[Ref. Kirks of Grayson County, VA by Bettye-Lou Kirk Fields.  John Norman Kirk, B. 4/2/1845, Washington Co., VA, D.
12/2/1909, s/o Jones M. Kirk and Susannah Griffiths, Md. Jane Wingate, B. 11/9/1847 D. 2/18/1892, d/o Wright Wingate
& Elizabeth Wiatt.  Their children were:  Nellie Caroline Kirk, B. 12/1/1867 D. 12/22/1945 Md. Alexander Clark Delp; Alice
Clementine Kirk B. 4/15/1868 D. 11/12/1901 Md. Ephraim Thomas Boyer, 2/26/1886 B. 5/11/1863 D. 1/4/1943; Susanne
Kirk B. 9/26/1870 D. 7/4/1958 Md. (1) Joe Granville Alexander, 3/26/1892 B. 5/18/1868 D. 12/  /1898, Md. (2) Ephraim
Thomas Boyer 8/30/1903; Mary Emma Kirk B. 5/14/1872 D. 8/30/1958 Md. Isom Solomon Hampton 12/25/1894; Drucy
Jane Kirk B. 2/23/1874 D. 9/19/1950 Md. James Piper Cox 12/25/1893 B. 7/27/1871 D. 4/29/1947; Alexander Minitree
Kirk, B. 8/25/1876 D. 4/1/1958 Md. (1) Mary Elizabeth Calloway 10/12/1895, B. 12/12/1875 D. 11/11/1911 Md. (2) Helen
Emmett Reeves 12/12/1929 B. 5/8/1894; Jones Harmon Kirk, B. 4/13/1878 D. 9/24/1957 Md. Sallie Murphy, 2/28/1906
B. 2/23/1880 D. 10/4/1954 (This family moved to Greeley, CO; Wright Kirk B. 10/16/1879 D. 9/3/1965 Md. Margaret
Wagoner 10/12/1901 B. 9/19/1881 D. 5/10/1975; Lily May Kirk, B. 5/23/1881 D. 4/18/1967 Md. Warrick Fleming Murphy
2/26/1898 B. 10/27/1871 D. 11/28/1947; Eddie Kirk, B. 4/11/1883 D. 11/11/1884; Elijah Kirk, B. 3/22/1885 D. 12/25/1965;
Nora Kirk, B. 2/23/1887 D. 5/13/1889; Eliza Kirk, B. 6/13/1889.  John Norman Kirk Md. (2) Polly Ann Anders B.
10/29/1853 D. 2/26/1931, d/o Berry Anders & Catherine Pool.  They had 3 children, Patsy Kirk, B. 10/16/1894 D.
3/25/1974; Flora Kirk, B. 12/10/1895 D. 10/18/1967; James Blain Kirk B. 11/10/1897 D. 5/27/1968 Md. Minnie Austin
4/15/1916 B. 9/21/1900.  John Kirk served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA.]

203.    Kirk, Jones             52          Farmer       2000          900
  (Griffith), Susan             51          Keeping House
         Jacob             18
        Rachel             15
    Stephen J.              9
      Susannah              6
[Ref. The Kirk Family of Grayson County, Virginia by Bettye-Lou Kirk Fields.  Jones M. Kirk, B. 4/17/1818 D. 4/16/1897
of Bright's disease and was the s/o John Jacob Kirk and Elizabeth Pool, Md. Susannah Griffiths 9/12/1839 B. 12/5/1819
D. 1/4/1918, d/o John Griffiths and Leah Blankenbecker.  Their children were:  Mary Ann Kirk, B. 10/29/1840 D.
11/1/1875, Md. James "Big Jim" Hash; Franklin Kirk, B. 9/24/1842 D. 8/12/1914 Md. Malvina C. Ward 10/29/1865, B.
4/17/1847 D. 10/17/1908; John Norman Kirk, B. 4/2/1845 D. 12/2/1909 Md. (1) Jane Wingate, 1/1/1865 B. 11/9/1847
D. 2/18/1892, Md. (2) Polly Ann Anders 7/  /1892 B. 10/29/1853 D. 2/26/1931; George Washington Kirk, B. 1/31/1847
D. 5/9/1864; Martin Kirk, B. 4/6/1849 D. 1/24/1855; Jacob Granville Kirk, B. 8/15/1851 D. 1/13/1900 Md. Rosa Ward
1/1/1872 B. 3/2/1853 D. 4/24/1952; Rachel Emmaline Kirk, B. 5/26/1855 D. 12/28/1943 Md. Allen Columbus Hash, B.
12/9/1853 D. 7/1/1920; Leah Elizabeth Krik, B. 9/24/1857 D. 6/11/1860; Stephen Jones Kirk, B. 2/2/1861 D. 8/25/1923
Md. Mary Elizabeth Parsons, 9/7/1879 B. 9/19/1862 D. 12/7/1938; Susan Caroline Kirk, B. 9/10/1863 D. 2/8/1956 Md.
Alexander Norman Hash, 12/28/1879, B. 1/1/1859 D. 3/15/1930.  Jones Kirk served in Co. C, 45th VA Infantry for a short
period of time.]

128.    Lane, David             24          Farmer         40
  Elizabeth J.             21
       John E.              3
     Thomas W.           5/12

241.    Lane, Moses             52          Farm Laborer                                              NC
(Winget), Elizabeth             53
         Nancy             15
      Meredith             12
[Moses Lane Md. Elizabeth Winget, 1/21/1841, Ashe Co., NC.  Nancy Lane Md. John R. Perkins, s/o J. W. & R. R.
Perkins, 4/18/1878.  Meredith Lane Md. Thursey F. Parks, b. ca. 1859, d/o J. & R. Parks, on 6/28/1877.  Moses, b. ca.
1817 in Surry Co., NC, served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA from 6/28/1861 until medically discharged on 7/15/1862.]

366.  Latham, David             29          Farmer        307          280             NC
     Elizabeth             27                                                          NC
          Jane             12                                                          NC
         James             10                                                          NC
         Sarah              8                                                          NC
          John              1
[David Latham served in Co. A, 9th NC Cavalry, CSA.  This family was #498, 1860 Ashe Co., NC Census.]

473.        Lawsin, George F.                       45          Farm Laborer
         Eliza             40
[Family has not been further identified.]

549.   Layel?, Mary             86          Keeping House                                             NC
[Name difficult to read, perhaps erroneous transcription.]

322. Lefler, George             40          Farm Laborer
       Rebecca             40
[This family has not been further identified.]

321.  Lefler, Henry             23          Farm Laborer                              148
    (Finley), Nancy             23
[Henry Lefler Md. Nancy Finley, 6/15/1867, Ashe Co., NC.]

160.Livesay, Calvin             36          Farmer        600          322
(Perkins), Hester Ann           36          Keeping House
      James A.             10
     Robert M.              4
[This was family 901 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Calvin Livesay, s/o Jas. & Matilda Livesay, Md. Hester Ann
Perkins, d/o. Samuel & Emeline Perkins, 7/22/1857.  Calvin Livesay served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

67.Livesay, Fielden             62          Farmer         75          430
   (Haga), Eve             61               Keeping House
         Bryan             27               Farmer        500          333
  (Hash) Pheba             20
         Wyley             24               Farmer        500          219
       Eveline             25
       Lucinda             18
  Young, Celia              5
[This was family 1060 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Fielden Livesay, Md. Eve Haga, d/o David Haga, 3/2/1830.
Bryan Livesay served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, transfering from the 63rd Virgina in an exchange for J. R. Hackler on
9/1/1862.  Wyley Livesay served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Other children were Enoch, b. ca. 1830, Elizabeth
b. ca. 1835, Celia b. ca. 1838, James b. ca. 1840, Sarah J. b. ca. 1849.  Phoebe Hash Livesay was wife of Bryam
Livesay.  Celia Yougn wound be Celia Livesay, d/o Fielden Livesay & Eve Haga who md. Freeling Young and the age
listed in error.]

66.Livesay, Granville           34          Farmer        250          188             VA
         Nancy             31                                                          TN
       July E.              9                                                          TN
      James A.              7                                                          VA
     Joseph G.              5                                                          VA
[Granville Livesay, s/o James Livesay and Matilda Byrd, served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA enllisting 8/1/1862 in Grayson
Co., VA.  This family moved back to Grayson Co., ca. 1862.]

64.  Livesay, James             59          Farmer        800          474
    (Byrd), Matilda             60          Keeping House
     Elizabeth             18
       MaryAnn             13
[This was family 865 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Livesay Md. Matilda Byrd 10/18/1832.  James was
a minister for many years and performed many marriages in the mid-19th century.  Mary Ann Livesay Md. John M. Ross,
s/o Wm. G. & D. Ross, 2/9/1873.  Other children were Calvin, b. ca. 1834, Fielding, b. ca. 1836, Granville, b. ca. 1840,
Nancy M., b. ca. 1842, Thurza b. ca. 1845, Eveline b. ca. 1847 and Ludema b. ca. 1849.]

69.Livesay, James J.            29          Farmer       1000          332
  (Pugh) Malinda J.             23
     Robert L.              3
       John F.           5/12
[Ref. p. 127, Phipps Family of NC & VA by John C. Mullins.  James was the son of Fielden and Eva Livesay, and part
of household 1060 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.]

60.Long, Eliza             48               Keeping House              500
      Miran V.             16
     Elbert C.              9
[Elbert C. Long, s/o Wm. C. & Eliza Long, Md. Sabra Roberts, d/o Danl & Jincy Roberts 12/6/1880.]

38.Long, Henry             39               Farmer        700          161
(Rollins), Mandy J.             29
      Byrum P.              3
       Tessora           6/12
[Henry Long, s/o Henry (b. ca. 1788) & Susannah Long (b. ca. 1789), Md. Mandy J. Rollins, d/o Wm. & S. Rollins,
1/7/1866.]

141.     Long, Levi             56          Farmer        500          293
   (Hash), Ann             52
      Drucilly             24
        Jarvis             20
       Leander             18
     Lenora V.             13
[This was family 873 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver et.al.  Levi
Long Md. Ann Hash (d/o Wm. Hash & Hannah Bonham) 1/15/1842, Ashe Co., NC.  Leander F. Long, Md. Mary M. Jones,
d/o B. L. & E. Jones, 11/29/1877.  Levi & Ann's children were:  Lucy J. Long, B. 1842, Md. John Parke 6/19/1870, s/o
Andy & Nancy Parks; Drucilla Long; Hinson L. Long; Jarvis Long Md. Catherine Comer, 7/29/1879, B. 1861, d/o John
Comer; Cidda Long, B. 1849, Md. John Jones 12/22/1870, s/o Joseph & Susan Jones; Leander (see above) & Lenora
Victoria.  Levi Long may have served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

39.   Long, Pilgrim             34          Farmer       1500          536
         Henry             81
         Susan             79
      Margaret             45
[Pilgrim Long, s/o Henry and Susan Long, Md. Leviah Martin on 10/26/1870.  Henry, Susan and Margaret composed
family #877, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Henry and Susan had 11 children:  Margaret, Catherine, Polly, Betsy,
William, Samuel, John, George, Henry, Jr. Benjamin and Lewis.]

155.         Long, William P.                       28          Farmer           300                 170
      Sarah A.             22
      Celia J.              3
      Eliza A.              1
[William P. Long, s/o Henry & Susan Long, served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/24/1861 at Independence.  This
family lived near Buck Mountain, but finally settled in Robert's Cove during the Civil War.]

434.         Lovelace, Elbert                       22          Farm Laborer
       Evaline             22
    Malinda R.              1
[Elbert Lovelace was s/o William (b. ca. 1820) and Rachel Lovelace (b. ca. 1828).  Elbert had a brother named Jerome,
b. ca. 1849).]

23.Lovelace, Jeremiah           42          Farmer       1200          407
  (Grubb) Elizabeth             35
        Monroe             15
      Columbus             12
     Marion J.             10
         Alice              6
     Granville              4
        Albert              1
[This was family 1366 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jeremiah Lovelace served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, was
captured at Piedmont, VA 6/5/1864 and was POW at Camp Morton.  He was exchanged 2/26/1865.  Jeremiah was s/o
James (b. ca. 1796) and Nancy Lovelace (b. ca. 1796) and Md. Elizabeth Grubb, d/o William Grubb on 2/7/1852.]

420. Lovelace, John             48          Farmer        400                          TN
        Ann S.             48
   Virginia A.             10
      Nancy W.              6
         James             77               Hammerman                                                 NC
         Nancy             77                                                          TN
         Sarah             36                                                          VA
[This was family 910 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Lovvelace served in the local militia or homeguard
during the Civil War.  James Stamper says that James and Nancy Lovelace are not John's parents.]

550.        Lovelace, Leander                       35          Farm Laborer                         110
(Rutherford) Elizabeth          29
         Peggy             13
    William T.             11
      James R.              9
         Sarah              7
      Jeremiah              1
[This was family 1363 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Leander Lovelace, s/o James and Nancy Lovelace (above)
Md. Elizabeth Rutherford, d/o J. Rutherford, 9/30/1855.  Peggy J. Lovelace Md. Alexr. Rutherford, s/o Timothy & R.
Rutherford, 6/15/1881.  Leander Lovelace served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA and in Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA
and was granted a pension in 1900.]

447.       Lovelace, Marshall                       25          Farm Laborer                         144             NC
      Rosemond             24
      James R.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
      Nancy E.             10                                                          NC
[Probably related to the other Lovelace families, but not certain.]

433.     Lovelace, William B.                       49          Farmer          1000                 634             TN
    (Weiss), Rachel             46
     George C.             21
     Member A.             19
      Caroline             17
       Malissa             15
      Victoria             13
    William W.             10
       Troy F.              7
     Rachel V.              2
[This was family 925 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Member A. Lovelace Md. James C. Anderson, s/o Wesley
& Peggy Anderson, 10/27/1870.  William B. Lovelace was probably a son of James and Nancy Lovelace who moved
to Grayson Co., from Tennessee.]

326. Mabe, Marshall             26          Farm Laborer                              100             NC
  (Mink), Elizabeth             20                                                     NC
         Nancy              4                                                          NC
[Elizabeth Mink d/o David Luther Mink & Mary Jane Sturgill.  They were married in Ashe Co., NC, in 1865, further
reference is 1880 Helton Township Census of Ashe Co., NC, when Mink children were living with their grandmother.
Marshall Mabe served in Co. A, 26th NC Inf. CSA.]

165.Mance(?), P. G.             70          Tailor                                     MD
         Nancy             67
     Maline J.             31
 Bryant, James              7

417.        Martin, George W.                       29          Farmer                              1400
     Louiza J.             22
       Mary C.              1

418.   Martin, John             23          Farm Laborer
      Lydia C.             20
      Nancy J.              2
         Sarah           7/12               (B. Dec. 1869)

115.  Martin, Nancy             64
         Ellen             46
       Thursey             23
     Elizabeth             20

2.Martin, Roby             31               Farm Laborer                              110             NC
        Hannah             31               Keeping House                                             NC
         Davis             15                                                          NC

204.       Martin, William C.                       29          Farm Laborer                         128             NC
 (Cox) Mary J.             18
    Canella B.              2
        Ann J.           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
[William C. Martin, s/o A. & L. E. Martin Md. Mary J. Cox, d/o J. & R. Cox, 2/12/1867.  Apparently the Martin families of
Wilson Creek District are not closely related to those in Elk Creek District.]

345.         Massey, Permanus                       53          Farm Laborer                                         NC
          Dica             54                                                          NC
         Nancy             19                                                          NC
      Manus J.             17                                                          NC
       Isabell             16                                                          NC
        Amanda             10                                                          NC
         Susan              1                                                          TN
[This was family #282, 1860 Ashe Co., NC Census.]

77.Maze, David             30               Farmer        410          130

399.         McCarroll, David                       67          Farmer          1500                 289
        Hannah             63
          John             40
          Jane             40                                                          NC
        Madana              9
    Washington              7
     Elizabeth              6
        Robert              4
       Marshal              2
     Casleline           1/12               (B. May 1870)
[Other identification of this family has not been found.]

400.McCarroll, Evan             43          Farmer        500          587
       Rebecca             36                                                          NC
          Mary             15
         David             10
          Wade              5
[This was family 1068 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Evan McCarroll served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.
He was also the son of David and Hannah McCarroll.]

365. McCarter, Levi             34          Farmer        800          439
       Evaline             28
        Martha              3
      Shadrack              1
    Perry, Franklin             16
 Clark, Hannah             17
[Levi H. McCarter served in Co. F, 4th VA Inf. CSA.  Levi, B. 1838, joined this unit, 4/24/1861, deserted 4/23/1862 at Swift
Run Gap, later served in 14th VA Cavalry.  Died 2/  /1908 in Smyth Co., VA.  Levi McCarter was s/o Philander (b. ca.
1801) and Thurza McCarter (b. ca. 1809).  Siblings are Martin b. ca. 1838, Catherine b. ca. 1839, Andrew b. ca. 1840,
William b. ca. 1842, Hugh b. ca. 1846, James b. ca. 1848, Sarah b. ca. 1850 and George b. ca. 1852.]

286.        McGlukein, Thomas                       44          Ditcher                                         Ireland
         Eliza             30
   Privett, William             14
Nuckolls, Jane              7
[No identification of this family has been made, only year found in Grayson Co.]

456. McGrady, Aaron             53          Farmer        100          115             NC
     Elizabeth             48
       Mary C.             19
  Josephine M.             67
[This family appears to be #1070 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

499.McGrady, Joseph             25          Farmer        250
        Rachel             26
     Joseph F.              5
    Jackson L.              4
     Robert A.              2
      Silas G.           1/12               (B. May 1870)
[Joseph McGrady was a member of Household #1149 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, with Sarah Spencer.
Joseph McGrady served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  He was granted a pension in Grayson Co. in 1907.]

477.         McGrady, Russell                       61          Farm Laborer
       Lucinda             55
       Spencer             18
        Ludema             15
         Rhoda             14
[This was family 1089 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Betsy b. ca. 1833, Jane b. ca. 1835,
Hezekiah b. ca. 1837, Mary Ann b. ca. 1849, Lucy, b. ca. 1841, Martha b. ca. 1843, Presada b. ca. 1847, Celia b. ca.
1848 and Dena b. ca. 1850.  Hezekiah McGrady served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, but deserted and went North.]

246. McMeans, Rufus             28          Farmer        125
      Nancy E.             22
    William W.              4
       Mary A.              2
[Rufus was s/o of Elizabeth McMeans (b. ca. 1802) who was widowed ca. 1848.  Her other known children were George
b. ca. 1844, Marshall b. ca. 1846, John A., b. ca. 1849.]

479. Mink, Jacob L.             28          Farmer        650          181
(Perkins) Katherine             26
     Millan F.           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)
 Hackler, Catherine             78          Retired House Keeper
     Mink, Ann             58
[This was family 1237 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jacob L. Mink, s/o J. & A. Mink, Md. Katherine Perkins, d/o
J. & E. Perkins 12/3/1868.  Jacob L. Mink served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Ann Mink was born Susanna
Surgeoner, d/o William and was the widow of John Mink, and she was Jacob's mother.  John Mink's other children were:
Hiram b. ca. 1838, Madison b. ca. 1842, James C. b. ca. 1845, Wiley b. ca. 1846, Louisa b. ca. 1851 and William H. b.
ca. 1840 (below).]

478.         Mink, William H.                       30          Farmer           600                 28_
(Perkins), Amanda M.            31
     Cicero S.             10
  Sylvester C.              6
        Lee J.              4
    Luticia C.              1
[This was family 1257 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William H. Mink, s/o John Mink and Susanna Surgeoner,
Md. Amanda Perkins, 5/16/1857, Ashe Co., NC.  William H. Mink served as a Captain in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA,
but was illiterate.]

259.         Mitchell, Andrew                       70          Farm Laborer
      Rosamond             40               Keeping House
[At one time Rachel Mitchell, d/o John Parsons, b. ca. 1770 lived with this family.  Rachel Md. William Mitchell 6/10/1795,
and were probably Andrew's parents.]

476.Mitchell, Sarah             55          Keeping House              630                            TN
      Susan C.             22
      Sarah M.             15
[This was family 1261 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Sarah's parents were of foreign birth.  Other children were
Elizabeth b. ca. 1842, William T. b. ca. 1844 and Lura b. ca. 1849.]

248.        Morefield, Daniel                       25          Farm Laborer                                         TN
   (Rankin) Mary E.             28
     Elizabeth              3
         Laura              1
[Daniel Morefield, s/o D. & B. Morefield Md. Mary E. Rankin, d/o J. & S. Lester (sic) 2/11/1868.]

451.   Morgan, John             54          Farm Laborer                              100             NC
         Sarah             46                                                          NC
         James             15                                                          NC
        Reuben              6
     Sarah Ann              4
      Rosamond              1
[James Morgan Md. Catherine Suit, d/o J. O. & N. Suit, 4/21/1878.  This family moved to Grayson Co., ca. 1860-1.]

444.        Mullen, Alexander                       42          Farm Laborer                         157
 (Sheets), Sarha M.             33
     Martha A.             14
     Elizabeth             12
      James M.             10
    William J.              7
        Pierce              4
     Rachel C.              2
        Austin           2/12               (B. Apl. 1870)
[This family moved to Grayson Co. in the late 1850s.  A brother Pierce Mullen served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry and died
in the hospital.  Pierce above was named in his honor.]

34.   Murrey, Auley             35          Farm Laborer                                              NC
     Martha J.             35                                                          VA
         James             13
         Sarah             10
       Rebecca              8
        Martha              6
        Hannah              4
          Mary              2
[Auley Murrey was s/o Thomas (b. ca. 1786) and Jemima Murrey (b. ca. 1810).  James S. Murrey, Md. Rhonda B. Pugh,
d/o Jonathan & Jane Pugh, 4/20/1877.  Auley's siblings were Susan b. ca. 1840, Elizabeth b. ca. 1855, John M. b. ca.
1857, Jane b. ca. 1869.]

502.  Nalton, Wiley             30          Farmer        150
         Lilly             32
    Malinda E.             10
      Isaac F.              8
     Alexander              6
         Sarah              4
         Susan              1

537.    Namel, John           55 B          Farm Laborer                                              NC
          Jane           54 B                                                          NC
    Thompson, Henry           30 M                                                     NC
          Jane           22 M                                                          NC
       McFloyd            7 M                                                          NC
        Robert            2 M                                                          NC
         John          4/12 M               (B. Feb. 1870)                                            VA

424.  Nelson, James             42          Farmer       1154          195
     Elizabeth             44
         David            23?
       Charles             18
          Ezra             12
      Eliza A.              8
         Sarah              5
        Robert              3
[Davis Nelson Md. Susan Perkins, d/o J. H. & M. Perkins 4/26/1877; Ezra Nelson Md. Rebecca J. Brewer, marriage
register not dated but filed with others from 1878.]

121.         Nelson, James W.                       33          Farmer           600                 214
(Younce), Mary             37               Keeping House
        Wayman             13
    Lucinda E.             12
       Rody E.             10
   Lithdema E.              8
      James A.              4
      Enoch W.              2
    William M.              1
         Sarah              6
[James W. Nelson, s/o James M. Nelson (b. ca. 1804) & Ann Sage (b. 1795), a widower, Md. Mary Younce, d/o Sally
Younce, 6/20/1864.  Lucinda E. Nelson Md. John H. Jones, s/o Thos. H. & N. E. Jones, 11/28/1878.  James W. Nelson
Served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, enlisting 4/27/1862.  He was AWOL from 5/30-9/15/1864.]

396.         Nelson, Jonathan                       30          Farm Laborer
       Melvina             22                                                          NC
        Samuel              4                                                          NC
[Jonathan Nelson served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting 4/27/1862 and was AWOL from 5/30-9/15/1864.]

51.  Nelson, Martin             33          Farmer        500          470
(Cornett), Lucinza J.           29
          John             11
      James M.              9
     Alfred H.              5
     Reuben W.              3
        Ann E.           3/12
[This was family 882 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Martin Nelson, s/o Jas. M. Nelson & Ann Sage, Md. Alfred
& Elizabeth Cornett, 1/21/1858.  James M. Nelson Md. A. C. Parks, d/o Washington & C. Parks, 2/6/1879.  Martin Nelson
served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA.  He enlisted 4/27/1862 and died in 1904.]

536.       Noonkester, Daniel                       76          Miller            50                                 NC
        George             13
   Jones, Jane             13
[This was family #983, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Daniel was from Surry Co., NC and was a widower, his wife was
named Sarah and was born ca. 1820.  Other Children were Delila b. ca. 1849, Daniel b. ca. 1854 and George b. ca.
1855.]

181.       Noonkester, Martin                       25          Farm Laborer
      Harriett             24
       Mary J.              3
      Clora A.              1
[Martin Noonkester, s/o Daniel & Sarah Noonkester, Md. Harriett Haga, d/o Jacob Haga & Celia Cooper.  Martin
Noonkester served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, and Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  This family moved to Grayson Co.,
from Surry Co., NC in the mid-1850s.]

188.   Norman, Noah             37          Farm Laborer                                              NC
         Nancy             76                                                          NC
        Martha             26                                                          NC

277.       Nukirk, William J.                       47          Farmer           500                 435
(Ross) Luticia             31
      James W.             13
       John L.             10
     Gerome H.              9
   Sarah A. C.              4
[William Jackson Nukirk, Md. Lutitia M. Ross, d/o W. Ross, 11/18/1855.  Sarah Alberta Clementine Nukirk Md. David
Pierson Hurley on 7/17/1889, after her fathter's death, and then moved to WV.  William J. was a merchant and Methodist
Minister, moving from Bridle Creek to Grassy Creek ca. 1859, but later moved to Independence.  Name is also spelled
Nikirk.]

539.  Osborn, Enock             34          Farmer       1000          160
      Vandilla             17
        Harden           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)
[Enock Osborn may be the same as the Enoch Osborne who served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enl. 6/24/1861, sick from
6/14/1862 through 12/31/1862, POW 12/20/1863, sent to Camp Chase on 1/10/1864.  Another Enoch Osborne served
in Co. K, 51st, VA Inf.  Possibly this one, if so, also POW, sent to Fort Delaware.  Enoch was s/o Nancy Osborne b. ca.
1803, who was widowed shortly after his birth.]

335.  Osborn, James             54          Farmer                     180             NC
        Rachel             52                                                          NC
      Sarah J.             26
       Mary C.             18
      Marthany             14
      Emely C.             10
[This was family 1107 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, but relationship to other Osborne families is unknown.]

357.Osborn, Marshal             23          Farm Laborer                                              NC
 (Pennington) Laura             27
[Andrew Marshall Osborne, s/o Enoch Osborne and Ruth Perkins, b. 9/25/1847 d. 11/24/1925 md. Leanza Clementine
Pennington on 9/17/1869. b. 4/11/1842 d. 8/29/1929.  Their children were:  Fielding Lafayette Osborne b. 9/17/1870 md.
(1) Nancy Elizabeth Duncan md. (2) Mary Gualtney Farmer; Jettie Eveline Osborne b. 2/3/1873 md. Cicero Spencer, s/o
William Spencer & Ala Weaver; Enoch Manning Osborne b. 3/9/1876 md. Ludema Weaver; Sullins E. Osborne b.
6/25/1886 d. 11/24/1900.]

310.   Osborn, Noah             23          Farmer                     147
      Nancy R.             23
    William H.              5
       Mary E.              3
[Noah Osborn served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry CSA.]

340. Osborn, Robert             21          Farmer
          Mary             19
       Mary E.           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)

353A.  Osborne, Lee             34          Farmer        700          254             NC
   (Weiss), Melvina             38          Keeping House
       Emaline             10
      Wiley M.              9
     Kirby Mc.              8
      Londa P.              6
     Syntha A.              3
       Lora E.              1
      Enoch C.              1
[Franklin Leander Osborne served in Co. A, 26th NC Inf and in Co. A, 9th NC Cavalry, CSA.  Franklin Leander Osborne,
b. 2/18/1836 was s/o Enoch Osborne and Ruth Perkins.  Enoch Osborne was s/o Zechariah Osborne (b. 7/15/1781 d.
11/2/1877) & Charity Reeves (b. ca. 1784 d. between 1870-75.)  Zerchariah Osborne was s/o Captain Enoch Osborne,
Sr. & Jane Hash, pioneer settlers on New River.  Capt. Enoch Osborne was s/o Ephraim Osborne.  Jane Hash was d/o
John Hash, Sr. and Rebecca Anderson.  Charity Reeves was d/o George Reeves, Sr.  Ruth Perkins was d/o William
Perkins & a Hitchcock who moved to Jackson Co., MO about 1838 when they sold their land on Helton Creek, Ashe Co.,
NC to Francis Sturgill, Jr.  Franklin Leander Osborne b. 2/18/1836 d. 5/11/1921 md. Melvina Weiss b. 3/8/1837 d.
12/10/1907, d/o John Weiss, on 10/12/1857 in Ashe Co., NC.  Lee & Melvina Osborne were both buried in the Haw
Orchard Baptist Church Cemetery, Rugby, Grayson Co., VA.  Their children were:  Emaline Osborne b. 9/27/1858 md.
(1) Estil Sturgill (b. 1857 d. in CA) and md. (2) John M. Reedy; Wiley Osborne b. 11/8/1860 md. Canzade Davis and went
west; Kirby Mc. Osborne b. 5/12/1862 and was killed in KY unmarried; Leonidas Pettigrew Osborne b. 5/7/1864 d.
3/10/1948 md. (1) Catherine Samantha Tucker on 2/19/1887 (b. 5/10/1864 d. 5/17/1894) and md. (2) Sophronia Boggs
(b. 9/26/1872 d. 2/11/1951), d/o Peter Fowler Boggs & Elizabeth Weaver; Cynthia Alice Osborne b. 12/8/1865 d.
12/19/1934 md. William Troy  "Bud" Spencer (b. 10/6/1862 d. 4/27/1942), s/o William Spencer & Ala Weaver, on
1/31/1884; Laura Ellen Osborne b. 7/10/1867 d. 3/16/1944 md. (1) Wise Lovelace and md. (2) John O'Johnson Coonrod
Wilson Farmer, s/o Wilson Farmer, Sr. & Susan Wyett; Enoch Cicero Osborne b. 4/19/1869 d. 10/25/1957 md. Darthula
Ingram, d/o John Ingram & Charity Ann Farmer; Zachariah B. Osborne b. 2/1/1871 and died unmarried in KY; Leonard
N. Osborne b. 3/4/1873 d. 8/8/1942 md. Bertie Hall (b. 5/20/1876 d. 11/25/1929) s/o Cleon Hall & Mary Reedy; Silas
McGuffie Osborne b. 9/22/1874 d. 3/4/1959 md. Ida Jane Weaver, d/o Wade Weaver, on 1/11/1903; Mauda Leona Os-

borne b. 3/20/1878 d. 1913 md. Landon Plummer on 7/1906; and Nancy Drucilla Osborne b. 6/19/1880 md. Arthur Owen,
s/o William Owen & Mary Phipps, on 11/29/1903.]

91.  Osborne, Shine           55 B          Farm Laborer
       Matilda           46 B
        Jestin           18 B
      Franklin            3 B
     Elizabeth            2 B
    Cox, Reese           12 B

193.      Osborne, William B.                       55          Farmer           300                 135
(Evans), Sarah             35               Keeping House                                             NC
          Levi              6
 James William              3
        Joshua          10/12               (B. Jul 1869)
[William B. Osborne, s/o Wm. & Polly Osborne Md. Sarah Evans, d/o James Evans, 3/16/1863.]

562.       Pacley, William J.                       38          Farmer          2000                 460             NC
    (Strange), Mary             38
      Julia C.             18
      Nancy A.             16
        Martha             14
      Isaac L.             14
[William Jefferson Pacley (currently spelled Pasley) and family were household 1218 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Mary was probably the daughter of William F. Strange.  Jeff Pasley served as Captain in Co. I(2), 21st Virginia
Cavalry, CSA.  Another son M. G. Pasley, b. ca. 1855 was community coffin maker.  The Pasley children also formed
a string band for square dances.]

54.Parks, Andrew Bourden             43     Farmer        240
     Elizabeth             45
       Mary C.             19
       John F.             17
      Jesse L.             14
       Manerva             11
    Stephen M.              7
         W. W.              3
[Mary C. Parks, d/o Andrew B. Parks, Md. Callaway Hall, s/o Robert & Peggy Hall, 1/22/1874.]

53.Parks, Buks             37               Farmer       1400          297
      Margaret             32
        Rachel             11
    Stephen M.              7
         W. W.              3
[Rachel E. Parks, d/o F. B. & M. J. Parks, Md. Troy M. Roberts, 2/27/1881.  Wilwy W. Parks Md. Celia Roberts, d/o
Daniel Robert, 3/23/1882.  Fielding Bucks Parks was s/o James Parks (b. ca. 1785 in NC) and Elizabeth (b. ca. 1790
in VA.)  Fielden also served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

143.   Parks, Creed             22          Farm Laborer                              103
         Clora             32                                                          NC
[This family has not been identified vis a vis other Parks families in Grayson Co.]

57.  Parks, Emanuel             20          Farm Laborer
      Rosemond             21
      Sarah C.           8/12
[Emmanuel Parks, s/o George W. (b. ca. 1822) and Catherine Parks (b. ca. 1825).  Emanuel Md. (2) M. N. Rutherford,
d/o T. & R. Rutherford on 8/17/1876.  SIblings were William P. b. ca. 1843, Franklin S. b. ca. 1846, Rebecca E. b. ca.
1847 and Rosa Ann b. ca. 1848.]

159.  Parks, Flemon             24          Farm Laborer
   (Parks) Rosa Ann             22
      Riley M.              1
[Flemming Parks, s/o William and Catherine Parks was member of family 880 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Flemming Md. R. A. Parks, d/o G. W. & H. C. Parks on 8/25/1868.]

56. Parks, Franklin             25          Farm Laborer
 (Bryant) Elizabeth             24                                                     NC
        Reuben           5/12
  Parks, Washington             48          Farmer        800          217
     Katherine             46
       Mary A.             18
         Sarah             16
     Elizabeth             15
      Susannah             13
           Ada             11
     George W.              9
         Rinda              7
[Franklin Parks, s/o G. Washington & Katherine Parks, Md. Elizabeth Bryant, d/o unknown parents, 11/20/1867.  Mary
A. Parks, Md. Shadrach Durham, s/o S. & E. Durham, 9/7/1876.]

406.   Parks, Isaac             45          Farm Laborer               100
        Zilpha             32
    Charles F.             10
     Martha V.              8
       John L.              4
   Eliza L. J.              2
[Isaac was s/o John C. (b. ca. 1788) and Catherine Parks (b. ca. 1797).  Charles F. Parks Md. Rhoda C. Parks, d/o
Barnett & P. Parks, 3/3/1882.  Isaac Parks served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.
Isaac's siblings were Elizabeth b. ca. 1824, Susan b. 1828, Matilda b. ca. 1832 and probably others.]

113. Parks, Jackson             51          Farmer        700          157
 (Hagy), Sarah             50
    Fielden C.             19
         Celia             17
     Sara Jane             16
       Frankie             14
        Rachel             11
         Susan              9
          Jane              7
       Malinda             26
[Jackson Parks Md. Sarah Hagy, 1/7/1841, Ashe Co., NC.  Other children were Wiley W. b. ca. 1841, Fielding R. b. ca.
1843, Kennerly b. ca. 1844, Lafayette M. b. ca. 1846, Pilgrim b. ca. 1848 and Curtis b. ca. 1851.  Kennerly Md. Chloe
Oliver of Ashe Co. on 11/9/1868, Lafayette Md. Tilda Martin d/o Smith and Nancy Martin on 4/5/1866, P. C. Parks Md.
S. A. Cornett, d/o S. A. and M. M. Cornett on 2/14/1872.]

139.   Parks, Jacob             55          Farm Laborer
         Nancy             48
[This was family 1062 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Children were Rufus b. ca. 1842, George b. ca. 1844,
Marshall b. ca. 1846, John A. b. ca. 1849, Wiley b. ca. 1850 and William M. b. ca. 1847.  George served in Co. I, 51st
VA Infantry, CSA and may have died in the conflict.]

50. Parks, James C.             37          Farmer        400
 (Parks), Elizabeth             46
    Fielden B.              8
    Thursey A.              6
[James C. Parks, s/o James (b. 1785) & Elizabeth Parks (b. 1790), Md. Elizabeth Parks, d/o John C. (b. 1788) &
Catherine Parks (b. 1797), 6/17/1858.  Fielden B. Parks Md. Malinda Hlla, 2/22/1881.  Elizabeth's siblings include Isaac
J. b. ca. 1826, Susan b. 1828 and Matilda b. ca. 1832.]

149.Parks, James M.             52          Farmer        400          115             NC
         Nancy             46
      Benjamin             19
     Joseph K.             16
      David W.             11
      Ramon D.              9
[This was family 894 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Benjamin Parks, Md. C. M. Delp, d/o Jno. & P. Delp,
10/1/1874; Joseph K. Parks, Md. E. J. Long, d/o L. D. & S. Long, 7/17/1875.]

145. Parks, Jas. J.             41          Farm Laborer                              115
      Rosemond             40
      Sarah J.             17
       Leander             16
    Lucinda C.             14
      Creed D.             13
        Elbert             13
    Thursey M.             11
    Rebecca A.              9
     Andrew J.              6
   William Ira              4
       Rosa M.              1
[Lucinda C. Parks, Md. Sophia E. Parks, d/o Wm. & C. Parks, 1/19/1876; Lucinda C. Parks Md. Noah F. Cress, s/o David
& Frankie Cress, 4/16/1873; Elbert Parks Md. Hiram Long, Md. 11/29/1877; Thursey M. Parks, Md. Meredith Lane, s/o
Moses & E. Lane, 6/28/1877.]

559. Parks, John L.             21          Farm Laborer
     Delila J.             30
    William J.              2
      Nancy T.           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
[James may have been the s/o Jacob and Nancy Parks.]

119. Parks, Johnson             45          Farmer        500          114
   (Comer), Rebecca             43
      Floyd A.             20
     Martha H.             18
     George F.             16
      Jesse M.             13
    Thursey H.             11
      Barby F.              9
       Lorenzo              4
      Sarah T.           7/12
[This was family 119 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Johnson Parks Md. Rebecca Comer, d/o Johnson &
Rebecca Comer, on 1/23/1848.  Martha H. Parks, Md. E. Rutherford, s/o A. & P. Rutherford, 2/22/1872; George F. Parks,
Md. Viney Testerman, d/o J. & J. Testerman, 8/5/1879; Thursey H. Parks, Md. F. M. Robinson, d/o G. L. & T. V.
Robinson, B. in Kansas, resident in Missouri, 7/4/1877.  Johnson Parks served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA according
to History of Grayson County in Words and Pictures, but has not been found in the Compiled Service Record.]

114.         Parks, Lafayette                       22
  (Martin), Matilda             26
[Lafayette Parks, s/o Jackson & Sarah Parks, Md. Matilda Martin, d/o Smith & Nancy Parks (sic), 4/5/1866.]

113.  Parks, Melvin             55
(Duplicate)      Cole,Charles                       63

158. Parks, Preston             27          Farmer        600          138
      Caroline             26
    William T.              3
      Enoch B.              1
     Joseph W.           5/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
[Preston Parks served in Co., C, 63rd VA Infantry CSA.]

40.  Parks, William             54          Farmer        600          318             VA
     Katherine             54               Keeping House                                             TN
         James             88                                                          NC
       Barbary             30                                                          VA
         Daily             20
       Crocket             19
          Jane             17
        Sophia             16
        Robena             13
        George             12
[This was family 880 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Parks was s/o James and Daley (b.ca 1790).  Jane
Parks, Md. Jno. Carrico, s/o Linus & S. Carrico, 8/10/1871; Sophia Parks, Md. Leander C. Parks, s/o J. J. & B. Parks,
1/19/1876; George Parks Md. Viney Testerman, d/o J. & J. Testerman, 8/5/1879.  James may have been Jarvice, family
881 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  The age and place of birth would be appropriate.  Other known children were
William P. b. ca. 1843, Rebecca E. b. ca. 1847, Rosa Ann b. ca. 1848 and Samuel b. ca. 1849.]

268.        Parks, William C.                       49          Farmer          1596                 300             NC
      Celia J.             25
       America             15
        Syntha             13
         Susan             13
     Marcus L.              1
  Cosby, Minerva L.           30 B
         Henry            5 B
          Rena            4 B
         Nidia         8/12 B               (B. Oct. 1869)
[Cynthia Parks Md. S. M. Grubb, 11/23/1875.  William Parks' wife, Louisa F. b. ca. 1822 was probably dead at this time.
William C. Parks served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA.  He was taken POW at Waynesboro, sent to Harper's Ferry and to
Fort Delaware, where he was released on 6/22/1865.  William C. Parks served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

240.        Parks, William M.                       23          Farm Laborer
       Tobitha             23
       Rosa J.           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
[William M. Parks, s/o Jacob & Nancy Parks Md. Tobitha Hash, d/o Zebedee & R. Hash 7/21/1871.?  Resident of
Robert's Cove Community.]

529.       Parsons, Alexander                       22          Farmer          1000                 287
      Darthula             34
       John W.              1
         J. D.           3/12               (B. Mch. 1870)
Davis, Frankin             12
     Martha V.              9
[Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications.  Alexander Parsons was s/o John Parsons (b. ca. 1819 and Catherine Cox b. ca.
1821).  Darthula Weiss was first married to Robert Davis, s/o Samuel Davis & Jane Hash.  She married him 9/7/1856
& he was B. 1829 & D. 10/28/1863.  Darthula Md. Alexander Parsons, ca. 1868.  Martha Virginia Davis, d/o Robert Davis
& Darthula Weiss, B. 10/6/1860 Md. William P. Pugh, 1/1/1878, s/o M. & M. Pugh.  Alexander's siblings were Isaac b.
ca. 1838, David b. ca. 1840, John A. b. ca. 1843, Lucy Ann b. ca. 1845, Zachery b. ca. 1848 and Betsy J. b. ca. 1849.
John Parsons was s/o Robert Parsons (d. 1840's) and Ann Wilborn d. 11/29/1865, age 95.]

282. Parsons, David             30          Farmer       1000          373
      Polly J.             25
       Dora E.              5
       Mary E.              3
       Ulysses              1
[David Parsons, s/o John Parsons and Catherine Cox, served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 8/1/1862.]

225. Parsons, James           40 B          Farm Laborer                                              NC
       Thursey           35 B
           Amy           13 B
        Joseph           12 B
        Thomas            4 B                                                          NC
          Rena            1 B                                                          NC
[This family moved to Grayson Co. late 1869 or early 1870.]

31.  Parsons, Isaac             36          Farmer       4000          415
         Nancy             31               Keeping House                                             LA
        Martha              9
       Mary E.              7
       Alby E.              5
       John M.              3
[No specifics on this family have been uncovered.]

283.         Parsons, John H.                       51          Farmer          9300                 963
       John A.             27
        Elvira             26                                                          NC
    Solomon W.             18
    William P.             14
     Robert F.             12
        Martha             10
     Walton S.              8
   Lewis L. B.              6
       Stephen              4
          Mary              2                                                          NC
     Elizabeth           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
  Hash, Gerome             18               Farm Laborer                                              NC
[This was family 1349 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that time his wife was named Catherine, then aged 46.
It seems safe to assume that some of the younger members of this family were John's grandchildren, not his children.
Walter S. Parsons (vice Walton S.), s/o John & C. Parsons Md. Drucy A. Poe 11/23/1877.  Gerome Hash was s/o John
Hash & Sarah Hash, living in Chestnut Hill Township, Ashe Co., NC at the 1860 Census.  All of John's siblings moved
west, but were named in Robert Parsons' will:  James, Robert, John W., Solomon, Garmon, William, Isaac, Polly who
Md. Stephen Jones, Anna who Md. Samuel Baker and Isabel who Md. William L. Austin on 1/22/1827.  The elder Robert
Parsons was a brother of Solomon Parsons who Md. Lydia Sturgill and lived in present day Alleghany Co., NC.]

525.     Peak, Hugh             45          Farmer        500          393             NC
(Hart) Margery             50
         Drucy             19
      Margaret             16
          Jane             12

       Emaline             11
        Robert              9
         James              6
[This was family 1167 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Margaret Peak Md. Lewis Darnell, s/o Wm. & S. Darnell,
11/6/1877; Emaline Peak Md. Wesley Walls, s/o D. & J. Walls, 6/22/1879.]

453.  Peak, John A.             23          Farmer        200          100
(McGrady), Surrilda             22
     Valora C.              4
Columbia J. E.              2
  Robert H. L.           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
[John A. Peak, s/o Hugh Peak (b. ca. 1826) and Margery Hart (b. ca. 1825), Md. Surrilda McGrady, 4/12/1865, Ashe Co.,
NC.  He was part of family #1167 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John's siblings include Isom b. ca. 1847, Polly
F. b. ca. 1849, Ann A. b. ca. 1851, Wesley b. ca. 1852, Cansada b. ca. 1855, Margaret b. ca. 1853 and Emeline b. ca.
1858.  John A. Peak served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

526.   Peak, Josiah             75          Farmer        500          357
    (Ross) Ann             65
       William             60
          Rosa             24
         David             20
[This was family 1165 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Family tradition has it that Josiah Peak was the first of this
family in the New River Valley area.  Josiah's daughter Rebecca Jane Peak Md. John Mastin Reedy.  Other children were
Troy b. ca. 1831, Wilburn b. ca. 1835, Polly b. ca. 1838, Noah b. ca. 1840, William W. b. ca. 1842, Rosamond b. ca.
1844, Rebecca J. ca. 1846.  Noah and Troy Peak served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA, where Troy died.]

305.  Peak, Kennedy             57          Farmer        400          159
 Davis, Jerome             18
     Martha J.             21
Peak, Caroline             11
[No identification has come to light, however, little doubt that he belongs to the same family which lived in the Grassy
Creek section of Grayson Co.]

464.    Peak, Uriah             43          Farm Laborer
(Hart), Neally             46
      Celia C.             17
       Leander             12
    Malissa C.             10
     Gerome T.              8
     Rachel C.              6
       John A.              2
[Uriah Peak served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Uriah Peak was probably the s/o Joshua Peak, b. ca. 1794 and
wife Ann b. ca. 1805.]

351.     Pennington, Calloway                       37          Farmer           500                 215             NC
   (Privett), Nancy             37
    William B.             12
      James A.              9
       Mary M.              5
      Naomi J.              2
        Martha           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
Privett, Naomi             73               House Keeper                                              NC
[Naomi Deboard Md. Noah Privett in Wilkes Co., NC.  Calloway Pennington, B. ca. 1838 D. 12/4/1904 s/o Andrew
Pennington & Hester Ann Blevins Md. Nancy Privett, d/o Noah Privett & Naomi DeBoard, 12/28/1856 in Ashe Co., NC.
Ref. Eastern Cherokee Application #12965, they had the following children:  William David Pennington, B. 6/13/1858,
Md. Phebe Jane Ward 4/30/1879; James Abram Pennington, B. 8/4/1860; Mary Matilda Pennington, B. 11/16/1864 D.
8/  /1916, Md. James Caldwell 12/25/1890; Nancy Jane Pennington B. 6/2/1868 Md. W. Thomas Anderson 5/10/1892;
Martha A. Pennington B. 2/7/1870 D. 2/8/1898 Md. William Pasley 12/30/ 1890; Alex Pennington B. 12/11/1874; John
F. Pennington B. 1/5/1880 D. 1/5/1916.  Naomi Privett was living in household 1101 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA
Census.  Calloway Pennington served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.]

538.      Pennington, Lucinda                       26          Keeping House
  Rutherford, Nelly             20          Weaver

449.       Perkins, Alexander                       64          Physician        600                 183
   (Wells), Malinda             60
         Sarah             31                                                          NC
     Lorena B.              4
  Martha U. L.              2
  Ross, Robert             34                                                          NC
       William             36                                                          NC
  Bryant, Mary           10 B                                                          SC
[This was family 1300 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Alexander Md. Malinda Wells, d/o John Wells on 2/12/1826.
Other children were Elijah b. ca. 1834, Orville b. ca. 1837, John b. ca. 1839, Valerie b. ca. 1847 and Lee b. ca. 1849.
Orville served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA and died of wounds suffered in the Battle of Kelly's Store, near Suffolk,
VA on 1/30/1863.]

483.   Perkins, Eli             40          Farmer       1500          563
 (Tucker) Catherine             34
         James             25
 Tucker, Polly             80
  Davis, Jacob             15
    William F.              7
[Eli Perkins, s/o G(errod? b. ca. 1786 in CT) & J. Perkins (age 50 in 1868 per marriage register) actually b. ca. 1812, Md.
(2) Catherine Tucker, d/o David & Mary Tucker, 5/4/1868 (age 40 per marriage register).  Eli N. Perkins was living in
family 1176 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  His wife was Rhoda at that time, and is consistent with data, above,
about this family.  He apparently Md. (1) Persada Pugh on 10/28/1830.  Eli Perkins served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry,
CSA.]

162. Perkins, Eliza             53          Farmer(?)                  450            206
      Margaret             23
      Rosamond             19
     Martha L.             15
         Isaac             63
[Rosamond C. Perkins Md. A. W. Russell, s/o Jas. (s/o Phillip & Rebecca Russell) & Matilda Russell, 6/28/1878.  Eliza
Perkins was widow of Isaac Perkins, b. 1807.  Another son Timothy, b. ca. 1849 was no longer at home.]

455.       Perkins, Elizabeth                       43          Keeping House                                        NC
      Sarah A.             17
       Mary L.             13
     Gordon M.             10
[Elizabeth Perkins was widow of Timothy Perkins, b. 1824, who was s/o Gordon Perkins, b. ca. 1774 in NC.  Timothy
enlisted on 3/27/1862 in Co. A, 26th NC Infantry, CSA and was killed in action at Malvern Hill, VA on 7/1/1862.  Sarah
A. Perkins Md. George Greear on 3/18/1879.]

492.        Perkins, Flemming                       24          Farmer                               144
        Amanda             24
[Flemming Perkins served in Co. D, 50th VA Inf., joining when very young, and served as "Water Boy".  They are buried
in the Spencer Family Cemetery, Spencer Branch, Ashe Co., NC.  Flemming, s/o Joseph (b. 1821) and Eliza Perkins
(b. 1820), was b. 12/10/1844 d. 5/5/1928.]

144. Perkins, Hiram             37          Farmer       1000          340
       Matilda             41
   Russell, Rebecca             90
       Winslow             20
      Lelan C.             18
    Brewer, Rebecca             12
[This was family 1266 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Rebecca Brewer Md. Ezra Nelson, some time in 1878,
neither parents names were given.  Rebecca Russell was the widow of Phillip Russell.  Hiram Perkins served in Co. D,
50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Hiram was s/o Joseph (b. ca. 1793) and Mary Perkins (b. ca. 1796).  Siblings were Jared, b. ca.
1826, Cansada b. ca. 1828, Minerva b. ca. 1831, Lois b. ca. 1835, and Evaline b. ca. 1838.  Rebecca Russell was b.
ca. 1782 in TN per previous census records, when she was listed living with James and Matilda Russell.  Rebecca Md.
Philip Russell whom she Md. on 3/30/1797, and was step d/o William Holland.]

481.   Perkins, Ira             39          Farmer        700          287
    (Perkins), Joan             30
      Pheba M.             12
    William E.             10
         James              6
        Eli D.              4
       Cora E.              1
[This was family 1175 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ira Perkins served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

174. Perkins, Jerod             44          Farmer        450
        Rachel             33
       Mary E.             15
    John A. F.             11
   Sarah S. F.              6
[Mary E. Perkins Md. Elbert Anderson, s/o Elisha & Thursey Anderson, 3/15/1874; John A. F. Perkins, Md. Nancy J.
Lane, d/o M. & E. Lane, 4/18/1878.  Jared was s/o Joseph & Mary Perkins.]

265.         Perkins, John H.                       58          Farmer           800                 493
 (Young), Lucy             50
       Leander             25
         James             14
    Anderson, Celia             17
  Hall, Andrew             16
   Perkins, Leander             25          Farmer
[John H. Perkins, Md. Lucy Young, 1/6/1842, Ashe Co., NC.  Leander Perkins served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.
John H. Perkins was probably the s/o Jared Perkins b. ca. 1786 in CT.]

157.         Perkins, John W.                       35          Farmer          1500                 550
 (Stone) Eliza             31
    William T.             11
      James A.              7
       Mary J.              3
[This was family 900 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John W. Perkins, s/o Timothy & Susan Perkins, Md. Eliza
Stone, d/o John & Nancy Stone, 9/7/1857.  William T. Perkins Md. Celia J. Roberts, d/o L. D. & M. Roberts, 8/8/1876.]

485.Perkins, Joseph             49          Farmer        125          146
         Eliza             50                                                          NC
       Lucinda             23
    America L.             21
     Joseph H.             20
      Pheba A.             18
       John W.             15
   Rosannah J.             13
      Major W.              8
[This was family 1157 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  America L. Perkins Md. David S. Reedy, s/o Solomon &
Polly Duvall Reedy on 12/2/1874; Phebe A. Perkins Md. John Ambrose Reedy, s/o Solomon Reedy & Polly Duvall
12/30/1873; Major W. Perkins Md. Cora Victoria Mink, d/o Hiram Mink and Sarah Ann Reedy on 9/30/1891.]

156.       Perkins, Joshua A.                       26          Farmer           400
(Ross), Margaret Ann            20
         Susan              8
     Joseph W.              4
    Stephen E.              1
[Joshua Perksin, s/o Susan Comer, Md. Margaret Ann Ross, d/o Jos. & Laurzena Ross, 10/11/1860.  Susan Perkins Md.
D. T. Nelson, s/o J. & E. Nelson, 4/26/1877.  It would appear that Joshua was s/o Susannah Comer and her 2nd husband
who was a Perkins, name unknown.  Her 1st husband was John Comer b. ca. 1814 and they had children John W. b.
ca. 1835, and Thurza Ann b. ca. 1836.  Susan's Perkins children were Mary Ann b. ca. 1838, Amy b. ca. 1840, Emeline
b. ca. 1841, Joshua b. ca. 1842, Lucy b. ca. 1843, Sarah E. b. ca. 1845, Mary E. b. ca.1846, Nancy C. b. 1847 and
Temperance J. b. ca. 1849.]

461.Perkins, Robert             39          Farmer
     Elizabeth             30
    Melvina C.             13
       Mary E.             11
    Synthia J.              9
      Sarah O.              4
     Robert L.              2
[Family number used twice.  Despite the obvious error that they did not age, this appears to be family 1174 in the 1860
Grayson Co., VA Census.  Robert was probably s/o Jared Perkins, b. ca. 1786.  Robert served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry,
CSA.]

493.  Perkins, Ruth             66          Farmer        100
  Davis, Jacob             78               Farm Laborer
[Jacob Davis was living in household 842 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  At that thime his wife was named
Elizabeth, then aged 65.]

163.Perkins, Samuel             64          Farmer       1050          583
    (Woods) Evaline             58
          Jane             21
         Ellen             20
   Clodfelter, John             15
[Samuel Perkins Md. Evaline Woods, d/o John Woods, 3/31/1825.  Other children were Ambrose b. ca. 1830, Ruth b.
ca. 1832, Hester Ann b. ca. 1834, Zadock b. ca. 1836, Marshall b. ca. 1838, Virginia b. ca. 1840, Elizabeth b. ca. 1842,
Robert b. ca. 1844 and twins Eleaner and Orleans b. ca. 1850.]

166.         Perkins, Stephen                       43          Farmer           900                 420
(Testerman), Martha             41                                                     NC
      Wyley W.             18
   Shadrick K.             16
       Lucy E.             14
      Caroline             12
        Elbert              9
      Samantha              4
       Leander              2
[Stephen Perkins, was probably the s/o Samuel Perkins and Evaline Woods, Md. Martha Testerman, 11/20/1847, Ashe
Co., NC.  Stephen Perkins served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

484.  Perkins, Troy             33          Farmer        625          185
          Jane             23
[Troy Perkins served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

195.  Phipps, Aaron             63          Farmer        200          386
(Cooper), Charlotte             35
      Nancy P.             12
      James A.             10
[This was family 1041 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Aaron Phipps Md. Charlotte Cooper, 7/31/1857, Ashe Co.,
NC.  He was apparently the son of Isaiah Phipps.  See page 317, Phipps Family of NC & VA.]

1.    Phipps, Benj.             67          Farmer       2500         1575             VA
(Richardson), Nancy             63          Keeping House                                             NC
         Sally             34                                                          VA
          Troy             16                                                          VA
      Benjamin             12
        Joseph              8
  Barton, Levi             34
(Phipps) Nancy             20
[This was family 1295 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Levi Barton, s/o John & Jane Barton, Md. Nancy Phipps,
d/o B. & N. Phipps, 7/21/1867.  Sally Phipps, Md. Levi Barton on 3/5/1871, as his second wife, after her sister, his first
wife died.  Benjamin "Tuck" Phipps B. 9/12/1846 Md. Lucenda Sanders & moved west per p. 141, Phipps Family of NC
& VA.  Levi Barton served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 3/3/1862, was captured at Waynesboro, sent to Fort
Delaware, via Harper's Ferry, where he was released 6/19/1865.  He was 5'7".]

105.         Phipps, Benjamin                       58          Farmer          8000                2165
(Long, Amy), Elyamy             58
       Emaline             27
      Nancy P.             26
 William J. W.             21
        Jestin             19
          Rush             17
   Young, Elizabeth             30
      Minty K.              3
  Durham, Shad           16 B
  Pugh, George           22 B
[This was family 1319 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Benjamin K. "Preacher Ben" Phipps, s/o Isaiah Phipps and
(Ann Howell?), Md. Elyamy Long 2/24/1838, d/o William Long, Jr.  Polly Emaline Phipps B. 8/2/1841, & never married.
Nancy Perlina Phipps B. 1/12/1843 & never married.  A son, Creed Watson Phipps B. 8/13/1846, died young.  William
J. Worth Phipps B. 7/18/1848 & Married P. Y. Fulton, per Phipps Family of NC & VA.  According to P. 317 of the ref. he
died ca. 1867, which is in error.  Jestine Evelyn Phipps B. 10/17/1850 & Noah Rush Phipps B. 6/10/1858 D. 11/10/1912
Md. Martha Emma Luper, B. 2/25/1883 D. 9/22/ 1974.  She was the d/o Bascom Luper & Susan P. Campbell.  Ref. P.
317, Phipps Family of NC & VA.  Other children were Donay b. 1847 and Jerusha Dodge b. 1847 who were staying with
their uncle Noah Long at Long's Gap, as were Amanda L. b. 1846 and James R. b. 1847.]

534.         Phipps, Columbus                       25          Farmer/Merchant 2500                2100
   (Cox) Nancy             19
     Leslie V.              3
     Joseph A.           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
    Bedwell, Robert             10
    Davison, Robert           19 B
 Cox, Melville             28               Merchant                                 1000
[Ref. Phipps Family of NC & VA, p. 121.  Columbus Phipps, B. 2/11/1844 D. 4/3/ 1933, s/o Alexander Phipps & Ludema
Thomas Md. Nancy Cox 5/13/1866 B. 8/8/1849 D. 9/4/1919, d/o Isom Cox & Gincy Phipps.  Leslie V. is in Phipps Book
Lesbia & Md. John Bryant.  Joseph A. Phipps B. 1/31/1870 D. 7/26/1950 Md. Corrie Clark 6/4/1890 B. 7/4/1870 D.
4/28/1938, d/o William D. Clark & Caroline Williams.  They had 4 additional children:  Jennie Lou Phipps who Md. Jeff
Lipscomb; Mary Agnes Phipps who Md. Glenn Cornett & Rosamond Phipps who Md. Rev. French Wampler; & Edgar
Isom Phipps B. 6/12/1876 D. 6/3/1939 Md. Sallie Mation McClean 6/1/1897 B. 7/1/1877 D. 11/19/1955.  Columbus
Phipps, listed here is the author of "Reminissences" quoted in the Phipps work by Mullins & in Grayson County, A History
in Words & Pictures by Bettye-Lou Kirk Fields & Jene D. Hughes.  Melville Cox, s/o Saml. D. & Eliz. Cox Md. Mattie E.
Fulton, d/o Saml. M. & Catherine Fulton, 1/18/1874.  Columbus Phipps served as a Sergeant in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA,
enlisting 7/11/1861, captured at Cloyd's Farm 5/9/1864, POW in Camp Chase.]

90.   Phipps, David             56          Farmer       5000         1281
         Susan             57
         Mason             24
         Creed             21
        Harvey             18
         Polly             16
Anderson, Elizabeth             53
          Alex             10
[This was family 974 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 316,319, Phipps Family of NC & VA.  David Phipps
B. 3/10/1816 D. 1907, s/o Isaiah Phipps Md. Susan Anderson, B. 9/26/1817.  Polly Phipps Md. Charles H. DeBoard, s/o
D. & S. DeBoard, 2/23/1879.  Mason was according to the ref., Thomas Marion "Pet" Phipps, B. 4/18/1843, Md.
Emmaline Bonham, B. 3/21/1850; William Creed Phipps, B. 7/11/1847 D. 1932, Md. Elizabeth Ingoldsby 8/30/1871, B.
1849 D. 1943, d/o F. & E. Ingoldsby.  Harvey Lafayette Phipps B. 11/7/1849 D. 1940 Md. Gency Ann Cox, 3/5/1884, B.
1856 D. 1918, d/o Jessie & Rose Cox.  In addition to the children listed in the census record, above, they had daughter
Thursey Ann Phipps, B. 1/26/1837 who Md. Alex A. Anderson; son James Floyd Phipps, B. 12/22/1839 who Md. Adeline
Stanford 8/27/1863 B. 3/26/1843 d/o Joseph & Nancy? Stanford.  David & Susan had a son, Addison, B. 9/18/1841 who
was killed in the Civil War.  They also had a daughter Sarah or Sally Phipps B. 9/2/1845 who married Joe Reedy & "They
went to West Va."  Elizabeth and Alex Anderson were living in household 935 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
David Phipps served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

185.         Phipps, Floyd L.                       30          Farm Laborer                         160
 (Stanford) Adaline             26
      Polly A.              1
[Placement in Phipps Family of NC & VA is unknown.  Ref. Stanford Book by Charlie Stanford, Adaline Stanford B.
3/26/1843 D. 2/25/1901, d/o Joseph Stanford & Nancy Phipps.]

224.Phipps, Jackson             35          Farmer       1040          328
(Osborne, Mary) Polly           32
        Larkin             11
         Nancy              8
    William J.              6
        Edy R.              3
       Emaline          11/12               (B. Jul 1869)
[This was family 1323 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 103, Phipps Family of NC & VA.  Jackson Phipps,
s/o Larkin Phipps & Charity Barton, B. 12/19/ 1834 D. 9/16/1896 Md. Mary "Polly" Osborne, 2/12/1857 B. 7/20/1837 D.
7/28/1933.  Larkin Phipps, B. 12/26/1858 Md. Ellen Hash, d/o Enoch Hash & Olive Halsey.  Nancy Jane Phipps B.
7/12/1861 D. 7/2/1955 Md. Troy Phipps, 10/31/1886 B. 6/5/ 1853 D. 11/28/1930, s/o Benjamin Phipps & Nancy Rich-

ardson.  William Jackson Phipps, B. 4/4/1864 D. 8/7/1933 Md. Henrietta Theodosia Hoffman, 11/26/1890, B. 5/4/1868
D. 1/6/1950; Edy Robenna Phipps B. 2/16/ 1867 Md. Joseph Troy Phipps, 1/1/1893, B. 1863, s/o Joseph Phipps &
Susannah Busick.  Emeline Phipps, B. 7/1/1869 D. 12/3/1960 Md. Famous Jackson Ham, B. 7/4/1871, s/o Jacob Ham
& Sara Blevins.  After the 1870 census was taken, they had children:  Jonathan Phipps, B. 1/27/1872 Md. Susann Cox
7/25/ 1891, B. 8/16/ 1872, d/o Alexander & Jane Cox.  They moved to Mountain View, OK.  Another son was Stephen
Phipps B. 5/17/1874 D. 2/6/1950 who mattied Lura Alberta Parsons 11/13/ 1893 B. 5/7/1876 D. 2/19/ 1972, d/o Isaac
Cox Parsons & Eveline Parks.  They also had a daughter, unnamed who was born & died on 9/13/1859.  Jackson Phipps
served in the Grayson Co. Militia, then in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 5/16/1862 and was transfered to York's
Battalion on 10/1/1862.]

20.  Phipps, Joseph             34          Farmer       8000         1580
   (Bourne) Synthia             34
       Etty A.              7
       John M.              4
     Field Mc.              2
[They were living in household 1314 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. P. 140, Phipps Family of NC & VA by
John C. Mullins.  Joseph Alexander Phipps B. 1/10/1836 D. 12/5/1896 Md. Cynthia Elizabeth Bourne, 11/4/1858, B.
7/24/1838, D. 3/5/1907.  "They lived on the Joseph Phipps & Nancy McMillan home place on Bridle Creek."  Ettie Alice
Phipps, B. 4/23/1860 D. 12/21/1900 Md. J. Kenerly Bryant, John Martin Phipps, B. 6/26/1865 D. 6/17/1911 Md. Cora
Miller in 1892 & is buried in the Mountain View Cemetery, Rural Retreat, Wythe Co., VA.  Fields Mc. Phipps B. 2/9/1868
D. 11/29/1887.  He is buried in the Phipps Family Cemetery, Bridle Creek, Grayson Co., VA.  He never married & died
while in college.  Joseph Phipps served in Co. K, 51st VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 8/20/1861.]

98.  Phipps, Ludemy             52          Farmer       3000          831
       Stephen             18
 Durham, Shack           12 B
  Hash, Reuben           21 B
[This was family 1324 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ludema Thomas Phipps, B. 11/24/1817 D. 7/21/1871, d/o
William Thomas & Mary Pugh & was the widow of Alexander Phipps, B. 12/23/1819 D. 8/10/1860 s/o Joseph Phipps &
Nancy McMillan.  Stephen K. Phipps, B. 10/12/1852 D. 10/24/1931, Md. Mattie McMillan, B. 4/4/1854 D. 6/30/1931, d/o
Field McMillan & Polly Faw McMillan.  In addition to Stephen, Alexander & Ludema had:  Rosamond Phipps B. ca. 1840,
who married Mathew Dickey, Jr. 10/30/1856; Emma Phipps B. ca. 1842 who married Joseph P. Cox, s/o Isom Cox &
Gincy Phipps.  Joseph P. Cox was B. 11/29/1839 & D. ca. 1862.  Alex & Ludema also had son Columbus Phipps B.
2/11/1844 D. 4/3/1933, who maried Nancy Cox, 5/13/1866, B. 8/8/1849 D. 9/4/1919, d/o Isom Cox & Gincy Phipps;
Martha Phipps B. ca. 1846 Md. Wm. Dickenson 10/19/1865; & a daughter Nancy Phipps, B. ca. 1849, a daughter Violet
Phipps B. ca. 1854 & daughter Alice Phipps, B. ca. 1857 all of whom apprently "died young".  Ref. P. 121-125, Phipps
Family of NC & VA. by John C. Mullins.  Shack Durham and Reuben Hash were not listed as black in the census,
however the marriage records of Grayson Co., VA and the 1880 would indicate that they were.]

18.   Phipps, Peter           64 B          Farm Laborer
         Rindy           30 B                                                          NC
     Jefferson           24 B
      Harriett           22 B
          Sena            3 B
        Ranson            5 B
         Harry            1 B                                                          NC
       Lucinda           52 B
      Caroline           21 B
         Moses           19 B
         Enoch           13 B
        Reuben           11 B
         James            8 B
       Charity            3 B
    Jennittie          5/12 B
[Peter Phipps, Md. Cinthia Blevins, 11/13/1877, both elderly widows at the time.  Another child, not listed above, but
gleaned from Grayson County Marriage Records.  Maminda Pugh, d/o Peter Phipps, Md. Enoch Cox, s/o Chas. & K.
Phipps, 5/3/1877.  Moses Phipps Md. Pheny Holloway, B. in Wilkes Co., NC, d/o Jefferson Holloway, 5/23/1873.]

112. Phipps, Reuben           76 B          Farm Laborer
     Katherine           60 B
          Mona           20 B
        Hamlin            1 B
         Milly           22 B

171.   Pickle, Amos             67          Farmer        200          112
          Mary             64
        Sophia             28
       Loretta             13
[This was family 1065 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Children were Alexander, b. ca. 1830, John b. ca. 1834,
Rachel b. ca. 1836, William b. ca. 1842 and Joseph b. ca. 1844.  Alexander, John, William and Joseph all served in Co.
D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA, where Alexander died of disease and Jospeh was killed in action at the Wilderness.]

421. Pierce, Thomas             40          Smith         300          187
    (Bourn), Mahala             50
        Elvira             25
        Amanda             20
    William M.             16
       Lucinda             12
        Andrew             10
     Thomas J.              4
[Thomas Pierce Md. Mahala Bourn, 1843, Ashe Co., NC.  Mary Elvira Pierce Md. Alexander Young, s/o J. & J. Young,
2/11/1879; Amanda Pierce Md. James C. Darnell, s/o A. Darnell, 3/16/1879.]

379. Plummer, Isaac             62          Farmer        100                          NC
          Mary             65
[Isaac Plummer, s/o Joseph Plummer and Mary Cash was B. ca. 1809 and died after 1880 probably in McDowell Co.,
WV.; Mary B. ca. 1810.  Their children were:  Elizabeth B. 5/5/1830 D. 10/16/1902 Md. Abraham Reedy; Sarah Plummer
B. ca. 1832; Malinda Plummer B. 1834 D. 9/10/1865 Md. Christopher C. Reedy 3/31/1853; Delila Plummer B. ca. 1837;
Rebecca Plummer B. ca. 1838; Lydia Plummery B. ca. 1841; Martha Emmiline Plummer B. 9/3/1844 D. 11/5/1935 Md.
William Reedy; Samuel Plummer B. ca. 1845.]

49.   Plummer, John             70          Farm Laborer
     Katherine             66
         James             22
     Katherine             20
    Kirk, Mary             39
      Sarah K.              6
[John Plummer moved to Grayson Co. from Smyth in the late 1850's.  His occuaption was listed as bellmaker at the time
and Katherine's place of birth was given as Pennsylvania.  Mary Kirk was d/o John Plummer and widow of Richard Kirk,
s/o Jacob Kirk and Elizabeth Pool.  Mary and Richard Md. on 10/21/1856 and his death may have been Civil War related.

428. Porter, Clarke             46          Farmer       1500          644
      Caroline             40                                                          NC
     Alexander             18
        Martha             13
         Floyd             10
[This was family 929 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Clarke Porter served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf., CSA, based only
on post war records, he enlisted in 1862.]

416.     Price, Joe             25          Farm Laborer                              100
     Elizabeth             28
    William L.              6
      Celia A.              3
     George F.              1
[No additional information on this family has been found.]

343.  Price, Thomas             49          Farmer        200          222
 (Cox) Synthia             49                                                          NC
     Catherine             24                                                          NC
          Mary             19                                                          NC
        Wesley             14
        Cicero             11
         Pheba              8
          Jane              6
[This was family 1108 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Eastern Cherokee Applications indicate that Cynthia was
a Cox prior to marriage to Thomas Price.  Thomas Price served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  He also may have
served in the 34th NC Infantry, CSA.  The Official Records of the War of the Rebellion indicates that he served time in
Castle Thunder as a political prisoner during the Civil War.  Another son, David, b. ca. 1843 served in Co. D, 50th VA
Infantry and Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA.  Other children were Daniel b. ca. 1849, John W. b. 1855, William C. b. ca.
1859.  This family moved to the Whitetop section in the early 1850s from Ashe Co.  Thomas Price probably was the s/o
Thomas Price b. ca. 1782.]

359.        Privett, James M.                       40          Farmer           600                                 NC
(Weaver), Mary             39
         Sarah             22
       Alie N.             20
    Melvina J.             16
    William W.             14                                                          NC
        Andrew             11                                                          NC
      Isaac L.              9                                                          NC
      Jason A.              5                                                          NC
      Milus L.              2                                                          NC
       Mary A.              3                                                          NC
 Weaver, Isaac             82               Retired Farmer             560            200             NC
[Isaac Weaver was living in household 1114 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James M. & Mary Privett were living
in Helton Twp at the taking of the 1860 Census.  Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume VII, by Jeffrey C. Weaver.
Isaac Weaver, B. 7/25/1797 D. 8/  /1870, s/o William Weaver, Sr. Md. Mary "Polly" Francis ca. 1819, B. 1/11/1797, D.
ca. 1863, d/o Charles Francis.  Based on heirs agreement in possession of L. B. Spencer, Mouth of Wilson, VA.  James
Milas Privett, B. ca. 1824, s/o Noah Privett & Naomi DeBoard Md. Mary Elizabeth Weaver, ca. 1846 B. 2/1/1831 D.
1900+, d/o Isaac Weaver & Mary Francis in Wyoming Co., WV.  This family migrated to Wyoming Co., VA.  Andrew
Sampson Privett, B. 10/15/1859 D. 3/26/1941 Md. Margaret Jane Sizemore, B. 5/15/1863 D. 1/15/1961, d/o Lewis
Sizemore & Elizabeth Workman; Isaac Lowry Privette Md. Nancy J. Roles, ca. 1887; Milas Lee Privette Md. Mary A.
Tilley; Mary Alice Privett Md. Isaac Halsey ca. 1885, B. 6/4/1863 D. 5/7/1915, s/o Elder Henry Drury Halsey & Nancy
Busic.]

524.  Pugh, Ambrose             47          Farm Laborer                              126
(Peak) Matilda             28
Peak, Alice N.              9
[Ambrose Pugh, s/o Wm. Pugh & Lucy Anderson Md. (2) Matilda Davis Peak, d/o Jno. & S. Davis, 1/6/1867.  Ambrose
Pugh Md. (1) Patience Thomas, b. 3/28/1824 and was d/.o William "Devil Bill" Thomas and Violet Pugh.  Ambrose Pugh
served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Ambrose Pugh died on 10/6/1875 od dropsey, aged 53.]

480.Pugh, Charlotte             40          Keeping House                             102
  Zachariah F.             20
        Martha             17
         Nancy             10
      Columbus              3
    William S.             19               Farm Laborer
(Anderson) Sarah A.             20
        Ludema           1/12               (B. May 1870)
[This was family 1178 in the 1860 Grayson Co., Census.  Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume V, by Jeffrey C.
Weaver, based in part on the diary of James Harvey Weaver.  Charlotte Pugh was the daughter of Joshua Weaver &
Sally Ashley, widow of Eli Pugh, who was wounded at Gettysburg and died in Union Prision at Elmira, NY 8/3/1863.  He
was a private in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  William L. Pugh Md. Sally Anderson, d/o W. & P. Anderson on 9/15/1869.
Zachariah F. Pugh Md. Sarah Ann Reedy, d/o Solomon Reedy & Mary Duvall, 6/31/1873.  Nancy "Tiny" Pugh b. 1/6/1860
Md. Henry A. Wise Perkins.]

408.    Pugh, David             52          Farmer        800          308
     Leanzy E.             26
    Ezekiel E.             24
      Shadrach             20
      David M.             11
[David Pugh was s/o Samuel Pugh and Nancy Wells, both born in 1794.  David was Md. Frances Elizabeth James, b.
ca. 1824, d/o Ezekiel & Fannie James, on 10/24/1840 in Smyth Co., VA.  David's siblings were Langdon b. ca. 1828,
Mastin b. ca. 1829, Elbert b. ca. 1832, and Ann b. ca. 1836.]

402.Pugh, Elizabeth             42          Farmer        700          327             NC
          Mary             23                                                          NC
    Stephen F.             18                                                          NC
     Robert W.             15                                                          NC
      Eliza A.             13                                                          VA
    William F.             11                                                          VA
[Elizabeth Parsons Pugh was the widow of William Pugh, who served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry and died on 6/12/1865
of chronic diarrhea.  William was s/o Robert Pugh and Mary Thomas, whose other known children were James b. ca.
1835, Rosamond b. ca. 1838, Robert b. ca. 1841 and Polly b. ca. 1844.  Robert W. Pugh Md. Tabitha Tucker, d/o John
on 7/10/1873; Eliza A. Pugh Md. William H. Hicks on 12/28/1871; Mary "Mollie" Md. G. P. Johnson, s/o David and
Catherine Johnson on 2/1/1872 and moved to Nebraska; Stephen F. Pugh Md. (1) Letitia Mink d/o John Mink and Amy
Hackler.  Other children were Rhoda E. Pugh b. ca. 1847 who Md. Eli Comer, s/o J. & R. Comer on 6/27/1869 and
Martha A. Pugh b. ca. 1844 who Md. Aras B. Cox, s/o John Cox & Eleanor Ward on 1/22/1866.]

32.    Pugh, Herold             46          Farmer       1500          984
(Ward), Hannah             44
      Sarphina             22
      Benjamin             22
        Samuel             21
     Sallie E.             14
       John F.             10
         Robey              8
     Melvin W.              6
        Liddie             23
       Lucy J.           2/12
[Herold Pugh Md. Hannah Ward, d/o Benjamin Ward & Jane Cox on 8/31/1845 in Ashe Co., NC.  Herald died in 3/1900,
Hannah died on 3/3/1874, age 49 of cancer.  Seraphine Pugh Md. Thomas F. Hamm, s/o John & Elvira Hamm on
10/19/1892; Benjamin Pugh, Md. (1) Cedelia Boyer, d/o M. & L. Boyer, 3/21/1869, Md. (2) Elizabeth C. Spencer and Md.
(3) Jennie Young McMillan; Samuel Pugh Md. Lavina Mitchell, d/o Charles & Sarah Mitchell on 10/17/187_; Sarah E.
Pugh Md. Andrew M. Carson on 1/4/1890; John R. Pugh Md. Sarah Caroline "Callie" Hale on 3/29/1892; Robey Md. (1)
Phoebe E. Robinson & Md. (2) Ellen Spencer, Melvin Md. Julia .....  Liddie next to the last entry was Benjamin's first wife.
Liddie above is actually Cidela who was married to Benjamin Pugh.  Lucy Jane Pugh was their daughter, and she md.
Jerome Spencer.]

179.     Pugh, Isom             21          Farmer       5000          300
(Perkins), Celia J.             20
          John              2
         Wiley          10/12               (B. Aug 1869)
[Isom Pugh, s/o David Pugh (b. 1818) & Margaret Phipps (b. 1822), Md. Celia J. Perkins, d/o Stepehn & Martha Perkins,
3/22/1866.  Isom's siblings were Nancy C. b. 1842 who Md. Eldridge A. Anderson on 2/10/1864; John M. Pugh b. 1844;
Malinda J. Pugh b. 1/16/1847 Md. James Livesay, Jr.; Robert Pugh b. ca. 1851 d. 10/26/1861 of diptheria; Floyd Pugh
b. 5/13/1854 d. 11/22/1856 of pneumonia; Elizabeth Pugh b. ca. 1855; Drucilla b. ca. 1857 d. 11/5/1861 of diptheria; in-

fant female b. & d. on 1/31/1860 and David H. Pugh b. ca. 1862.]

528.    Pugh, James             35          Farmer        520          237
          Mary             34                                                          NC
   Parsons, Roda E.             17
       Mary A.           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
[This was probably family 1310 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  James Pugh served as a sergeant in Co. D, 50th
VA Infantry, CSA.  James was s/o Robert Pugh b. ca. 1795 and Mary Thomas b. ca. 1802.  This family moved to Missouri
in 1872.]

237.     Pugh, Jane             43          Keeping House                                             NC
      Celia B.             17
         Sarah             14
       Roda J.             10
     Alexander              7
       Rosa J.              5
[Roda J. Pugh, d/o Jonathan & Jane Pugh, Md. James S. Murray, s/o A. S. & Martha Murray, 4/20/1877.  Jonathan Pugh,
b. ca. 1821, served in Co. C, 45th VA Inf. CSA, enlisted 5/29/1861, sick 4/11/1864 & sent to the Invalid Corps 4/12/1864.
Jonathan was aged 29 in the 1850 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Nancy V. Pugh b. ca. 1844 who Md.
Thomas Warren; Eli C. Pugh b. ca. 1846 who Md. Rosa Stanford; Clarissa b. ca. 1848 who md. Wiley Stanford & Jonat-

han Pugh, Jr. b. 5/15/1868 who Md. (1) Sarah Sutherland and Md. (2) Emeline Hash.]

177. Pugh, Margaret             46          Farmer       1500          997
     Elizabeth             17
      David F.              8
[Margaret Phipps Pugh b. 4/24/1824, d/o Joseph Phipps and Nancy McMillan, was widow of David R. Pugh, s/o Robert
Pugh and Mary Thomas.  David R. was b. ca. 1818 and died 11/5/1861 while serving in Confederate Army of fever.

459.   Pugh, Masten             40          Farmer       1120          406
    (Young), Marida             31
     Amanda C.             11
      Drucy E.              9
       Lucy L.              7
      Estel A.              3
       Clay F.              1
[This was family 1204 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Masten Pugh, s/o Samuel Pugh and Nancy Wells, was b.
8/30/1829 Md. Alamarida Young, d/o Jesse Young and Margie McMillan, 3/18/1856, Ashe Co., NC.  Marida Pugh  d.
11/15/1914. Amanda C. Pugh Md. M. W. Kiser, s/o W. & M. Kiser from Stokes Co., NC, 2/15/1876.  Masten Pugh served
in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enl. 5/16/1862 and AWOL from 12/1862.  Drucy Evaline Pugh was b. 9/16/1860 D. 6/16/1889;
Lucy Leanza b. 8/4/1862 d. 3/3/1901 Md. Robert E. L. Wells on 2/8/1887; Estil Alex Pugh b. 12/3/1866 Md. Emma and
moved to Oklahoma; Clay Lafayette b. 11/17/1868 Md. Bettie Pugh, d/o Robert Pugh and Nancy McMillan on 10/21/1894.
Mastin Pugh had 7 other children born after 1870.]

387. Pugh, Mitchell             40          Farmer        800          600
  (Ballou) Narcessa             39
         James             17
       Mary J.             13
    William J.             13
        Malcom             10
       Emma J.              7
     Robert L.              4
     Louisa C.              1
[This was family 1179 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mitchell Pugh b. 4/9/1830 d. 7/18/1900, Narcessa Ballou
b. 9/6/1831 d. 11/26/1899, d/o Reonard Ballou and Mary Gambill of Ashe Co., NC.  Letitia b. 7/30/1850 Md. David
Spencer; James Monroe Pugh b. 10/2/1852 Md. Clementine Graybeal; Mary Isabel b. 2/23/1855 Md. Franklin P. David;
William Jackson Pugh b. 7/22/1857 Md. Martha V. Davis, d/o Robt. & Darthula Davis, 1/1/1878; Malcom Mitchell Pugh
b. 3/28/1860 Md. Drucie Ann Hash; Emma Jean Pugh b. 11/22/1862 Md. Calvin Spencer; Robert Lee Pugh b. 1/28/1868
Md. Cora Pennington; Louisa C. b. 4/3/1869 Md. D. F. Cornett.  Another daughter, Rosa Alice Pugh b. 2/25/1873 Md.
Elbert L. Robbins.  Mitchell Pugh served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry.]

231.    Pugh, R. F.             25          Farm Laborer                              127
      Rosamond             24
    William N.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
[Ref. Stanford Book, by Charlie Stanford.  It would appear that Rosamond, was Rosamond Stanford, B. 2/15/1845, who
married Rush F. Pugh, s/o Jonathan Pugh and Jane Phipps.  R. F. Pugh served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

397.   Pugh, Robert             29          Farmer       2750          275
   (Thomas) Sarilda             21
      Alice L.              3
     Quincy E.              1
[Robert Pugh, s/o Robert & Polly Pugh, b. 1841 d. 2/24/1909, Md. Sarilda Thomas, d/o Stephen & Mary "Polly" Thomas
on 6/7/1866.  Sarilda d. 12/17/1883.  Mary Thomas Pugh was d/o Jonathan Thomas and Patience Bourne, who was d/o
William Bourne, Sr. and Rosamond Jones of Knob Fork.  Robert Pugh, Sr. and Mary Thomas were married on 1/23/1817.
This family moved to Clarksddale, MO ca. 1871 where a son Calvin was born in 1872.  Robert Pugh served in Co. D,
50th VA Infantry, CSA, while serving he was taken prisoner near Spottsylvania C. H. on 5/12/1864, sent to Elmira, NY
where held until 6/19/65.]

26.   Pugh, Stephen             43          Farmer       4000          688
  (Perkins), Mahala             40
     Robert E.             21
     Norman E.             18
       Rosa E.             13
[This was family 1239 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen Pugh Md. Mahala Perkins, 6/29/1848, Ashe Co.,
NC.  Robert E. Pugh Md. Nancy McMillan, d/o Mc. & Sarah McMillan, 1/1/1871.]

495.Quillen, Marion             24          Farmer
     Elizabeth             23
    Charles G.           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
 Marshall, Lee              6
[Marion Quillen served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  Marshall Lee was probably the orphaned son of John Marshall
who died in the Civil War.]

541. Ray, Joseph F.             35          Farm Laborer                              100             NC
     Catherine             23                                                          NC
       Mitchel              7                                                          NC
         Nelly              3                                                          NC
           Lee              1                                                          VA
          John           3/12               (B. Mch. 1870)                                            VA
[Joseph F. Ray served in Co. A, 9th NC Cavalry, CSA.]

101.     Reed, Amos             56          Farm Laborer                                              NC
      Sibbilla             46                                                          NC
        Louisa             19                                                          NC
         Sarah             13                                                          NC
      Rosda F.             11                                                          NC
         Rilla              9                                                          NC
     Elizabeth              7                                                          NC
         Jones              5                                                          NC

489.  Reedy, Andrew             58          Farmer        600          285
  (Anderson), Hiley             57
      Alpha E.             27
        Amanda             24
        Gerome             12
     Robert L.              7
[This was family 1158 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew Reedy B. 3/24/1811 D. 4/24/1895, s/o Christopher
C. Reedy & Ann Whisman Md. Hily Anderson, B. 12/24/1813 D. 12/9/1883, d/o William Anderson and Catherine Walling.
Their children were:  James Wesley Reedy B. ca. 1836 died of disease in Civil War; Alpha Emeline Reedy B. 3/22/1839
Md. Frank Ballard; Sarah Ann Reedy B. ca. 1840 Md. Hiram Mink; John Mastin Reedy B. 12/  /1842 D. 5/29/1905 Md.
Rebecca Jane Peak, d/o Josiah Peak and Ann Ross; Amanda Reeby B. ca. 1844-6; Clementine Reedy B. ca. 1849; Twin
daughter to Clementine died at birth; Jerome Andrew Reedy B. ca. 1856 Md. Leanza Farmer; Celia Evaline Weaver, d/o
Andrew Weaver & Malinda Weaver, B. 2/20/1863 Md. Robert Reedy ca. 1883, B. 4/25/1863 D. 7/8/1918, s/o Andrew
Reedy & Hiley Anderson; and Morgan L. Reedy.]

381.   Reedy, C. C.             37          Farm Laborer
       Roda C.             22
     Joseph H.             14
    Jackson M.             10
    Stephen B.              9
       Lora L.              4
     Robert A.              2
[Christopher Columbus Reedy, Jr. s/o John Reedy & Sarah Davis B. 5/  /1834 Md. (1) Malinda Plummer 3/31/1853, B.
1834 D. 9/10/1865 d/o Isaac & Mary Plummer.  Their children were Joseph H. Reedy B. 8/14/1854; Rhoda E. Reedy B.
2/27/1856; Jackson M. Reedy B. 1/30/1858 and Stephen B. Reedy B. 4/22/1860.  C. C. Reedy Md. (2) Caroline Adams
10/30/1865, their children were:  Lora Lee Reedy B. 2/19/1865, Robert P., Elcany Reedy B. ca. 1871; Wade H. Reedy
B. ca. 1874; Javin M. Reedy B. 1877; William Reedy B. 1879; Cara Reedy and Edward Reedy.  C. C. Reedy served in
Co. D, 50th VA Infantry.]

368.         Reedy, Elizabeth                       40          Farmer           500                 200
     Andrew J.             18
       Mary M.             18
      Isaac H.             16
    Malissa L.             12
         Jesse             12
[Elizabeth Plummer, B. 5/5/1830 D. 10/16/1902, d/o Isaac & Mary Plummer Md. Abraham Reedy, s/o Michael Reedy &
Rachel Spencer, in 1850.  Abraham Reedy was killed at Fayette Court House 9/12/1862 while serving on Co. D, 50th
VA Infantry, Confederate Army.  Andrew J. above was Alvin Johnson Reedy, retarded, never married B. 6/15/1851 D.
7/15/1917; Mary Malinda Reedy B. 12/21/1852 Md. Lee Riddle; Isaac Howard Reedy B. 7/7/1854 D. 5/18/1930 Md.
Charlotta Sheets 1/3/1878 in Lee Co., VA, she was d/o Martin & Mary Sheets of Ashe Co., NC.  Jesse Reecy B.
12/21/1860 D. 12/25/1886.]

309.         Reedy, Granville                       36          Farmer                               141             NC
(Quillen), Johannah             37
     Martha L.             14
     Calvin C.             12
           Eli             10
          Emma              3
      Victoria              1
[Granville Reedy, s/o David Reedy and Sarah Quillen, Md. Johannah Quillen, 11/18/1854, Ashe Co., NC.  Granville
Reedy served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  David Reedy s/o Peter & Mary Reedy.  Calvin C. Reedy, 4/7/1857 - 10/30/1939
Md. Lida Ellen Blevins.  Eli Washington Reedy Md. Lizzy Blevins 1/17/1889.  Emma Reedy Md. Perry Calvin Reedy
1/15/1887 in Ashe Co., NC; daughter Polly Reedy B. 1871 Md. William Stamper 3/9/1864.]

375.   Reedy, Isaac             45          Farmer        300          142
          Jane             44                                                          NC
         Riley             17
        Rachel             14
       Rebecca             10
       Michael              8
[Isaac Reedy, s/o Michael Reedy & Rachel Spencer.  Riley Reedy B. 12/27/1852 D. 2/11/1924 Md. Malinda Plummer
6/16/1878 . 10/3/1859 D. 1/18/1924.  Isaac Reedy served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting on 9/30/1863 and
discharged by reason of disability.]

361. Reedy, Jackson             41          Farmer        500          260
    Rebecca N.             39
       John M.             20
      Jennette             17
       Lucy J.             14
   Nancy Clementine             12
        Amanda             10
     Robert G.              8
[This was family 1125 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jackson Reedy, s/o John Reedy (b. 1806) & Sarah Davis
(b. 1802), B. 11/29/1828 - D. 2/1/1905 Md. Rebecca N. Henderson.  John M. Reedy B. 3/9/1850 D. 1/4/1947 Md. (1)
Susanne Anderson & (2) Emmiline Osborne; a son Morgan Reedy B. 7/3/1853 D. 10/8/1854; Lucy Jane Reedy B.
7/11/1855 Md. John Clem Hall.  Jackson Reedy served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

498.Reedy, John Jr.             54          Farmer        200          190
     Elizabeth             56                                                          NC
       Erasmus             22
       Phillip             19
Quillen, (Reedy) Louisa         25
        Monroe              8
      Franklin           9/12               (B. Sep. 1869)
[Louisa Reedy Quillen, d/o John Reedy, Jr., was the widow of Spencer Quillen, who died while serving in Co. C, 63rd
VA Infantry.  Spencer Quillen is buried in the Emory and Henry College Cemetery, Emory, Washington Co., VA.  John
Reedy, Jr.'s other children were Eli b. ca. 1840 killed at Gettysburg while in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, William b. ca. 1842
who was killed at Chancellorsville in 5/1863 and Franklin b. ca. 1846 and served in Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry and died on
5/24/1864.  A daughter Melvina b. 1845 survived.]

565. Reedy, John M.             23          Farm Laborer
    Rebecca J.             23
       Rush M.              2
    Everett K.           2/12
[This was a duplication of family #490.]


490. Reedy, John M.             23          Farmer
  (Peak) Rebecca J.             23
          Rush              2
     Emmett K.           2/12               (B. Apl. 1870)
[John Mastin Reedy, B. 12/  /1842 D. 5/29/1905, s/o Andrew Reedy & Hily Anderson Md. Rebecca Jane Peak, B.
12/24/1846 D. 11/21/1924, d/o Josiah Peak and Ann Ross.  Their children were:  Rush Mack Reedy B. 1/16/1868 D.
9/6/1940 Md. Loudema Phipps; Everett Kyle Reedy B. 4/28/1870 Md. Helen Severence; Jacob David Reedy B. 3/13/1872
D. 4/29/1929 Md. (1) Virginia Peak 7/15/1894 and Md. (2) Josie Adkins; James Arthur Reedy B. 1/8/1874 D. 6/11/1912
Md. S. V. Fortner; Ollie Belle Reedy B. 7/1/1876 D. 10/30/1945 Md. John Wesley Fulton 3/8/1908; Hily Ann Reedy B.
9/14/1878 D. 8/1/1958 Md. Edgar Stone 1/26/1905 in Fries, VA; Minnie C. Reedy B. 3/16/1879; Howard Franklin Reedy
B. 2/17/1881 D. 7/10/1941 Md. Maud Wyrick 1/5/1900; Sarah Jane Reedy B. 9/12/1884 D. 10/9/1918 Md. Nathaniel
Hester 9/15/1904; Charles Ford Reedy B. 3/  /1889 D. 10/8/1918 Md. Elizabeth Bratton.]

367.Reedy, John Sr.             64          Farmer        336          100
(Davis), Sarah             70
[John Reedy, s/o Christopher C. & Ann Whisman Reedy, Md. Sarah Davis, d/o Henry Davis, 8/20/1825.  Their children
were:  Eveline Caroline Reedy B. 1826, Md. William Ball; Jackson Reedy, B. 11/29/1828 D. 2/1/1905, Md. Rebecca
Henderson; Christopher C. Reedy, B. 5/  /1834 Md. (1) Malinda Plummer on 3/31/1853 and Md. (2) Caroline Adams on
10/30/1865; Andrew Reedy, B. 1841; and Mary B. ca. 1845.  This was family 1131 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

377.    Reedy, Mary             71          Farmer
[Mary Reedy was living in family 1072 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mary was d/o Peter and Mary Reedy, sister
of Michael, Christopher, Samuel, David & John Reedy.]

505    Reedy, Nancy             50          Farmer/House Keeper 680 147
[Nancy was d/o Christopher Reedy and Ann Whisman.  She never married.]

372.   Reedy, Riley             39          500           267
  (Ross), Mary             41
       Luticia             15
        Joseph             12
       Mary A.             10
       Abraham              8
      Julia A.              4
    William A.              1
       Ruth A.              1
[This was family 1142 in the 1860 Grayson Co., Census.  Riley Reedy, s/o Michael Reedy (b. ca. 1784) & Rachel
Spencer (b. ca. 1795), B. 3/12/1831 D. 1/21/1892, Md. Mary Ross, 7/29/1852.  Luticia Reedy B. 5/15/1853 D. 1956, Md.
John Andrew Ball, s/o William Ball & Eveline Reedy.  Joseph Reedy Md. Jane Shelton; Mary A. Reedy Md. Lee Spencer;
Abraham Md. Frankie ?; Julia A. Reedy Md. Marsh Sexton; William A. Reedy Nd. Neely Dockery; Ruth A. Reedy Md.
? Rhodes.  William, Ruth and another son who died at birth were triplets.  Riley's siblings include Abram b. ca. 1829,
Mary b. ca. 1833 and William b. ca. 1840.  Riley Reedy served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and Co. C, 63rd VA Infantry,
CSA.]

497.   Reedy, Sarah             36          Keeping House                                             NC
(Benjamin) Lee             14
          Jane             12
      Caroline              8
   Columbia E.              4
  Hardridge, Eurew?             38                                                     NC
[Sarah Handridge, of Ashe Co., NC, Md. Solomon Reedy B. 3/11/1827, s/o Michael Reedy & Sarah Spencer, on
11/8/1851 in Ashe Co., NC.  They were divorced, he later shows up in Dickenson Co., VA and married N. M. Cone.
Solomon Reedy was killed in Dickenson Co., VA on 5/23/1897.]

504. Reedy, Solomon             47          Farmer        800          279
 (Duvall) Mary             45                                                          NC
      Sarah A.             15
         David             16
         Wiley             13
       Emaline             12
          Levi             10
         Ellen              7
       Luticia              6
    Stephen D.              4
      Beladora              2
       Timothy           8/12               (B. Sep. 1869)
[This was family 1154 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Solomon Reedy served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.
Solomon Reedy B. ca. 1825 D. 1889, s/o Christopher C. Reedy & Ann Whisman Md. Mary Duvall, B. ca. 1828 D.
12/28/1902.  Their children were:  Cardine Reedy B. 7/3/1843 D. 5/25/1932 Md. Mitchell Reedy; John Ambrose Reedy
B. ca. 1850 D. 1934 Md. Phoebe Perkins 12/30/1873; David S. Reedy B. ca. 1854 D. 5/  /1908 Md. America Perkins
12/2/1874; Sarah Ann Reedy B. 3/11/ 1855 D. 1/29/1939 Md. Zachery T. Pugh 6/31/1873; Wiley J. Reedy, B. ca. 1856,
Md. Ann Allison; Amanda Reedy B. ca 1856; Hasque Reedy B. ca. 1858 Md. Jennie Quillen; Emmeline Reedy B. 1859
D. 6/9/1900 Md. Isam Walton; Levi Reedy B. 3/24/ 1859 D. 1884 Md. Jennie Lee 6/30/1883; Letitia Reedy B. ca. 1863
D. 1940 Md. Troy Spencer; John E. Reedy B. 1863 D. 5/28/1915 Md. Martha McGrady 9/19/1887; Stephen Dudley Reedy
B. ca. 1866; Belvadora Reedy B. 9/20/1867, never married; Ellen Reedy, never married; Robert Reedy B. 9/21/1869 D.
9/26/1945 Md. Lula Spencer 6/3/1895; Julia Reedy B. 12/10/1872 D. 1/  /1949, never married.]

291. Reedy, William             30          Smith
    (Pasley) Hannah             18
        Cicero              2
          Jane           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
[William Reedy, (6th child of) s/o Samuel (ca. 1794-1844) & Susan Sells Reedy, Md. Hannah Pasley, d/o H. Pasley
12/27/1866.  William Reedy served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Susan Sells Reedy d/o George & Nancy Sells of Ashe
Co., NC.  Samuel died and all his children were "farmed" out to various families in Grayson Co., VA.  William & brother
Noah were raised and given a trade by William Young of Grayson Co.  William Reedy served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry,
CSA.]

374. Reedy, William             37          (No Occupation given)           244
        Martha             30
       Bethana              7
      Clarinda              5
     Julian R.           2/12               (B. Apr. 1870)
[William Reedy, B. 6/7/1840 D. 5/21/1913, s/o Michael Reedy & Rachel Spencer, Md. Martha Emmiline Plummer, B.
9/3/1844 D. 11/5/1935, d/o Isaac & Mary Plummer.  Bethana Reedy Md. Troy Weiss; Clorinda Reedy Md. Lee Barker;
Julian Riley "Roby" Reedy Md. Lilly Nelson 5/11/1889.  Lydia Ennis Reedy B. 2/24/1874 D. 11/27/1963 never Md.; James
Harrison Reedy B. 8/29/1877 D. 1965 Md. Polly Ann Reedy, d/o Riley; Orren Monroe Reedy B. 5/31/1879 Md. Ollie Hall,
d/o John Clem Hall and Lucy Jane Reedy, 10/31/1909.  William Reedy served in the Grayson Co. Militia, and in Co. D,
50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

527.Reeves, Geo. D.             58          Farmer        800          650             NC
   (Pugh) Elizabeth             41
        Robert             20
    William F.             14
      Margaret              9
  George D. L.              5
     Syntha E.              1
[This was family 1290 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  George D. Reeves, B. 4/12/1818, s/o Jesse Reeves &
Margaret Cox Md. Elizabeth Pugh, d/o Robert Pugh, Sr. and Mary "Polly" Thomas, who was d/o Jonathan Thoamas and
Patience Bourne.  Elizabeth Reeves d. of pnumonia on 2/27/1876, and her mother, Polly Pugh died on 2/29/1876 and
was buried in the same grave in the old Robert Pugh, Sr. Cemetery.]

47. Roberts, Daniel             40          Farmer        800          870
         Gincy             41
      Early R.             14
          Mary             10
         Sabra              8
         Celia              6
    U.S. Grant              3
    Matilda N.              1
[Daniel Roberts, s/o Jonathan Roberts (b. 1807) and Matilda Perkins (b. ca. 1811) Md. (1) Jane Cornett on 10/6/1852.
Sabra Roberts Md. E. C. Long, s/o Wm. C. & E. Long, 12/6/1880; Celia Roberts Md. Wiley Parks, s/o Crawford Parks,
3/22/1882.  Jonathan Roberts Md. Matilda Perkins on 6/24/1828, whose other children were Arad Roberts b. ca. 1832,
Matilda b. ca. 1831, Elbert b. ca. 1834, Fielding b. ca. 1836, Wiley W. b. ca. 1840, Byrom b. ca. 1842, Celia b. ca. 1846
and Jarvis b. ca. 1849.  Daniel Roberts served in the Grayson Co. Militia and in Co. I, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion, but
probably was a deserter as he was arrested on 9/29/1863 and charged with harboring Confederate deserters.]

48.Roberts, Fielden             33          Farmer        200          258
       Thursey             34
          Troy              9
        Elvina              7
         Byrum              5
       Melvina              3
          Buks              2
         Sarah           2/12
[Fielden Roberts was s/o Jonathan Roberts and Matilda Perkins.  Troy Roberts Md. Rachel E. Parks, d/o F. B. & M. J.
Parks, 2/27/1881.]

46.  Roberts, James             20          Farm Laborer
        Orlena             19
 (Lewis) Lydia             86                              50
[Lydia Lewis Roberts was widow of William Roberts who she married on 10/30/1806.  James was probably the s/o John
(b. ca. 1827) and Delila Roberts (b. ca. 1827).  Lydia was probably James' grandmother.]

131.  Roberts, John             42          Farmer       2000          126
 (Younce) Elizabeth             42
         Susan             15
      Wyley W.              9
      Eliza J.              9
        Elbert          11/12
[This was family 877 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Roberts Md. Elizabeth Younce on 10/5/1848.  Susan
Roberts Md. John L. Michaels, s/o W. D. & P. Michaels, 5/12/1878.  John Roberts served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA,
enlisting 4/27/1862 and was AWOL from 8/15-9/15/1864.]

45.Roberts, Jonathan            63          Farmer       2500          134
 (Perkins), Matilda             60
      Lucy Ann             16
[This was family 857 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jonathan Roberts, s/o William Roberts and Lydia Lewis Md.
Matilda Perkins, 6/24/1828.  Lucy Ann Roberts, b. 3/29/1854, Md. (1) Fieldeing Reese Delp on 4/19/1872 and md. (2)
William Stroup, s/o A. J. & S. Stroup, 1/19/1876.]

44. Roberts, Joseph             37          Farmer        100          413
   (Livesay), Sarah             35
       John K.              9
    Thursey J.              3
          Mida              2
        Infant           3/12
 Herrington, Rachel             62
[Joseph Roberts, s/o James & Rachel Roberts, Md. Sarah Livesay, d/o James & Matilda Livesay, 1/22/1857.  John K.
Roberts Md. Nancy M. Ross, 4/26/1877.  Joseph Roberts served in the Grayson Co. Militia.  Joseph Roberts' siblings
were Lorenzo b. ca. 1832, Pheobe J. b. ca. 1837 and Nancy C. b. ca. 1844.  Rachel Herrington md. (1) James Roberts
and md. (2) John C. Harrington.]

142. Roberts, L. D.             38          Farmer       1200          682
(Brewer), Matilda C.            37
    Kennely R.             15
      Celia J.             13
  Zachariah B.             11
    Pilgrim H.              9
     Rachel E.              7
       Luticia              5
      Eliza A.              3
     Hiyson W.              2
[This was family 884 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lorenzo D. Roberts, s/o James & Rachel Roberts, Md.
Matilda C. Brewer, d/o Linear Brewer & Elizabeth Phipps, 4/9/1853.  zachariah Roberts Md. J. J. Roberts, d/o Aron &
Frankey Roberts, 5/14/1881; Rachel E. Roberts Md. A. J. Ross, s/o W. G. & D. Ross, 1/15/1880; Luticia Roberts Md.
Stephen M. Brewer, s/o Mastin & Bettie Brewer, 12/9/1880.  Linear Brewer Md. Elizabeth Phipps, d/o John Phipps on
4/27/1830.  Matilda's siblings were:  Rosamond b. ca. 1832, Aaron b. ca. 1833, Matilda C. b. ca. 1834, John W. b. ca.
1835, Lewis W. b. ca. 1836, Thursa J. b. ca. 1839, Fielden C. b. ca. 1841, Preston C. b. ca. 1843, Ruth b. ca. 1848 and
Louisa M. b. ca. 1849.]

42.  Roberts, Wiley             29          Farmer       1000         1688
      Narcissa             23
       Adam B.              1
[Wiley Roberts, s/o Jonathan Roberts and Matilda Perkins, served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

341.   Roop, Elisha             29          Farm Laborer
   (Osborne) Amanda             24
      Margaret              8
         Zilla           4/12               (B. Feb. 1870)
[Ref. P. 13, Family Portraits by Phyllis Gale Roop.  Elisha Roop, per ref. was s/o John & Christina Roop.  Margaret Roop
B. 3/24/1867 Md. Crede DeBord, 3/10/1890, s/o Benjamin DeBord & Elizabeth Phipps.  Luzilla Roop, B. 11/20/1869
unmarried as of 1906.  Children born after the census were:  John Roop, B. 12/18/1872 & Md. Cordelia Davis, 9/10/1893
in Ashe Co., NC, d/o Andrew Davis & Rachel Ham; Charlottee Roop, B. 11/2/1879 Md. Wiladay Miller, s/o James Miller;
William G. Roop B. 4/24/1886, unmarried in 1907.]

191.  Rose, Surfina             40          Farmer       1200          400
      Benjamin             13
     Joshua L.             11
[Surphina Rose,  was d/o Benjmain Ward and Jane Cox, and widow of E. Rose, whom she married on 4/1/1854.  Joshua
L. Ross, s/o Richard & Surfina Ross, Md. Jestin Anderson, d/o Mc. & A. Anderson, 1/1/1878.  Her siblings were Eleanor
b. ca. 1832, Peggy b. ca. 1834, and Phoebe J. b. ca. 1838.  Benjamin Ward, s/o Nathan & Sarah Ward, b. ca. 1796 Md.
Jane Cox on 6/3/1820.]

161.      Ross, A. J.(ackson)                       39          Farmer           300                 283
 (Bonham) Lucy             29
       Mary C.             12
      Celia J.              8
      Allen L.              7
         Enoch              4
[Andrew Jackson Ross, s/o Stephen (b. ca. 1800) & Elizabeth Ross (b. ca. 1797), Md. Lucy Bonham, d/o Joseph &
Tabitha Russell Bonham, 1/1/1857.  In addition to those in the above list, they had son Flemming.  A. J.'s siblings include
Joseph Ross b. ca. 1818, Mahala b. ca. 1828, Sarah Ann b. ca. 1838 and George W. b. ca. 1839.]

404. Ross, Franklin             42          Farmer                     225
     Elizabeth             31
        Elvira             17
      Byrum B.             14
      Sarah E.             13
     Gerome F.             12
     Martha E.             10
     Marion D.              7
    Leander A.              2
[Franklin Ross, above, may in fact be Freeling Ross.  Byrum B. Ross Md. James Adams d/o H. & Susan Adams (of
Wilkes Co., NC) 3/28/1876; Sarah E. Ross Md. A. J. Ross, s/o Preston & Ann Ross, 5/18/1881.]

154.   Ross, George             32          Farmer        500          185
  Elizabeth J.             21               Keeping House
       Troy A.              7
      Susan I.              5
    William R.           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
[George Ross was s/o Stephen and Elizabeth Ross.  Susan I. Ross Md. L. G. Testerman, s/o Jesse & Jane Testerman,
10/4/1881.]

167.Ross, Granville             42          Farmer        600          504
(Rimer) Dianna             39
       John M.             21
      James N.             15
     Andrew J.             10
       Lucy J.              9
          Troy           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
[William Granville Ross Md. Dianna Rimer on 5/7/1848.  Granville Ross served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting
4/27/1862 and deserted 3/1/1864.]

384. Ross, James P.             38          Farm Laborer
       Rebecca             33
      Sarah E.             14
     Andrew J.             12                                                          KY
     Retter C.              8                                                          KY
     Martha A.              7                                                          KY
    William M.              6                                                          KY
          Jane              1                                                          KY
[No identification of this family relative to other Ross families has been made, but probably exists.]

135.    Ross, Jesse             47          Farm Laborer                              221
(Hash), Ellen              39
        Lee H.             19
      Nancy C.             14
      Polly A.             12
       John A.             10
       Victory              7
     Elbert W.              4
[This was family 895 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jesse Ross Md. Ellen Hash, d/o Joseph Miller Hash &
Sydney Wyatt, 12/31/1848.  Victoria Ross Md. Thos. C. McKennon, s/o Milton & Rachel McKennon, 12/11/1880.  Jesse
Ross served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting 4/27/1862 and rising to rank of Sergeant.  He also may have
served in Co. D, 37th VA Cavalry Battalion.]

150.  Ross, John W.             49          Farmer       1050          392
  (Kiesling), Susan             37          Keeping House
      Elivy J.             23
        Ana A.             16
  Alexander W.              9
    Amlinda A.              5
         Ellen              1
[John W. Ross, s/o Stephen & Elizabeth Ross Md. Susan Keisling, d/o George Kiseling, 4/6/1856.]

152.   Ross, Joseph             52          FArmer       2525          831             KY
  (Anderson) Luzena             51
    Stephen F.             20
       John L.             16
         Nancy             12
      Eliza E.              8
    Anderson, A. J.             17
[Joseph Ross Md. Luzena Anderson, d/o John Anderson, on 8/22/1837.  Nancy Ross Md. Jno. K. Roberts, s/o J. F. &
S. Roberts, 4/26/1877.  Joseph's other children include Belinda b. ca. 1838, James T. b. ca. 1840, Margaret b. ca. 1842,
Mary J. b. ca. 1844, Sarah Ann b. ca. 1846 and Stephen F. b. ca. 1849.]

151.     Ross, Troy             30          Farmer        420          209
      Angeline             20
     Albert M.              2
      Sarah E.             15
     Martha A.              8
[Troy Ross was s/o William Ross (b. ca. 1813) and Ada A. Ross (b. ca. 1814).]

294.  Ross, Wilborn             56          Farmer       1000          470             NC
    (Perkins), Adah             55
    Clementine             26
      Nancy C.             19
     A. Cicero             20
 William T. M.             15
       Adah M.             12
[Wilborn (William) Ross Md. Adah Perkins, 7/3/1835.  Clementine Ross Md. John Sprinkle, 2/25/1881; Nancy C. Ross
Md. Dan C. Idol, s/o Jno. & C. Idol 2/15/1874; Adah M. Ross, Md. James W. Watson, s/o B. F. & T. Watson, 2/10/1876.
Wilborn's children include Mary B. b. ca. 1841, America b. ca. 1843, Alexander b. ca. 1848.  William or Wilborn, and his
brother Washington Ross (b. ca. 1815) were tailors of exceptional ability.  When the Civil War broke out they were
detailed to make Confederate uniforms.  Annie E. Hampton wrote in her memoirs, "When climbing up the eastern hill,
you see a house where old Square Ross and his son Will lived forty years ago.  He cut cloth that women wove and made
it into suits for men, and fit them like a glove when they needed new recruits.  Now William had a stylish wife who came
from Marion town.  She would sew all day and night to make a pretty gown.]

359.  Ross, William             67          Farm Laborer                15            128             NC
       Mary A.             50                                                          NC
       Jackson             12                                                          KY

178.    Rouse, John             63          Farmer        175          175
     Elizabeth             49
Welsh, John K.             15

445.Rouse, Rufus J.             38          Farmer        500          129
     Elizabeth             32
       John M.            14?
          Mary              9
[This was family 961 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Rufus J. Rouse, s/o Andrew (b. ca. 1817) and Rhoda (b.
ca. 1820) served in Co. C, 8th VA Cavalry, CSA, enlisting 4/27/1862 and was discharged 7/24/1863 by reason of long
standing disability.  He was born in Smyth Co. VA, his parents were born in New York.]

132.       Russell, Calvin W.                       36          Farm Laborer                         234
 (Ward), Irena             37               Keeping House
        Melvin             11
         Nancy             10
       Manerva              9
      Enoch T.              6
      Surphina              4
        Ludema              3
      Susan E.              1
[Calvin W. Russell, s/o Samuel (s/o Phillip & Rebecca Russell) & Susan Hash Russell, Md. Irena Ward, d/o Enoch Ward
& Nancy Hash, 11/8/1857.  Per the 1900 census of Grayson Co., VA, they had 9 children, 7 living at the time, the only
additional one, your compiler has knowledge of is Lutisha Russell, B. 6/  /1873.  Calvin served as a corporal in Co. D,
37th VA Cavalry Battalion, Confederate Army.  Big Enoch Ward, s/o Nathan & Sarah Ward, Md. Nancy Hash on
12/14/1825.  Wells and Rebecca Ward may have been Nathan Ward's parents.]

263.  Russell, John             67          Blacksmith
         Naomi             55
         Riley             30
        Marvin             12
      Nancy J.             18
      Darthula              8
 Ross, Rebecca             38
       William              5                                                          KY
          Jane              1                                                          KY
[This was family 1340 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nancy J. Russell Md. Fielden Warner, s/o James & Tobitha
Warner, 6/26/1873.]

146.        Russell, Philemon                       28          Farmer           800                 388
       Luticia             21               Keeping House (Md. Aug. 1869)
   Shuler, Ann             71
    Russell, Samuel             14
[Ann Shuler was living in household 1240 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  She was the widow of Michael Shuler,
who Md. Anna Russell on 3/9/1837.  Ann's son Samuel M. Shuler served in the local homeguard during the Civil War.]

55.Russell, Stephen             31          Farmer        400          235
(Perkins), Virginia             27
         M. E.              3
[Stephen Russell, s/o Phillip (s/o Phillip & Rebecca Russell) & Lucy Perkins Russell, Md. H. Virginia Perkins, d/o Samuel
Perkins, 1/19/1866.]

107.        Rutherford, Allen                       44          Farmer           400                 128
(Daniels), Margaret             44          Keeping House                                             NC
   Shepherd A.             19
       Mary J.             18
          Rosa             17
        Lutina             15
        Harvey             13
[This was family 1023 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Hash Family research by Jeffrey C. Weaver:  Allen
Rutherford, s/o Andrew Rutherford (b. ca. 1788) and Jane Hash (b. ca. 1794), Md. Margaret Daniels 10/31/1850, Ashe
Co., NC.  Shepherd A. Rutherford Md. Martha Parks, d/o J. & R. Parks, 2/2/1872; Mary S. Rutherford Md. James A. Hash
3/6/1878, s/o William C. & Polly Hash; Rosamond Rutherford Md. James C. Darnell, 3/16/1879, s/o A. Darnell; Letitia
Rutherford, Md. Reeves Osborne, d/o Jonathan Osborne, 1/16/1881; Sarah Rutherford B. 1858; Rebecca C. Rutherford,
B. 1858.  Allen Rutherford served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 12/31/1862, taken POW at Waynesboro, VA, sent
to Harper's Ferry and Fort Delaware, where he was released 6/21/1865.  Allen's siblings were Andrew b. ca. 1833, John
b. ca. 1835, Harvey b. ca. 1837 and William b. ca. 1838.]

215.     Rutherford, Anderson                       37          Farmer           150                 140
    (Hash) Margaret             37
  Elizabeth J.             12
      Ellen A.             10
      Nancy P.              8
    Synthia A.              6
      Margaret              4
          Isom          11/12               (B. Jul 1869)
  Brown, Sarah             16
[Anderson Rutherford, s/o John Rutherford (b. ca. 1795) and Margaret "Peggy" Hash (b. ca. 1805), Md. Margaret "Peggy"
Ann Hash, 4/5/1853, d/o Anderson Hash and Nellie Rutherford.  Nancy P. Rutherford Md. Thomas Murry 9/21/1881.
Anderson Rutherford served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861.  Anderson's siblings were Nancy b. ca. 1836,
Betsy b. ca. 1838, Jane b. ca. 1838, Calvin b. ca. 1840, Stephen b. ca. 1842, Peggy b. ca. 1844, Rosamond b. ca.1846.]

547.       Rutherford, Andrew                       21          Farm Laborer
     Josephine             19
[Andrew Rutherford was s/o Jefferson & Lucinda Rutherford and was living in household 1362 in the 1860 Grayson Co.,
VA Census.  Siblings were Nellie b. ca. 1848 and James b. ca. 1857.]

206.        Rutherford, Eliz.                       80          Keeping House         500            ___             NC

207.      Rutherford, Jackson                       42          Farmer           400                 200
   (Standford) Mary             37
       Cardine             12
         Emily             10
         Wiley              8
         Creed              4
          Rush              2
[Ref. Stanford Book by Charlie Stanford.  Mary "Polly" Stanford, d/o Joseph Stanford and Nancy Phipps, B. 11/4/1833
Md. Jackson Rutherford, s/o J. Rutherford, Md. Mary Standford, d/o J. Standford, 2/1/1853.  Emily Rutherford Md. George
Ward 3/8/1878.]

552.         Rutherford, Jeff                       50          Farmer           550                 200
 Lane, Emaline             37
    Church, Mary J.             14
  Rutherford, Byrum              6
         Rich.              2
[Jefferson Rutherford may be the same as was living in household 1352 at the time of the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
At that time, his wife was Lucinda, and had children Nellie A., Andrew & Jesse.  Jefferson Retherford served in the
Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.]

211.         Rutherford, John                       70          Farmer           200
      Margaret             65
   Margaret E.             23
[This was family 1011 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other known children were Anderson, b. ca. 1835, Nancy
b. ca. 1836, Betsy b. ca. 1838, Jane b. ca. 1838, Calvin b. ca. 1840, Stephen b. ca. 1842, Peggy b. ca. 1844, and
Rosamond b. ca. 1846.  Stephen Rutherford served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA, and died at Camp Narrows on
12/10/62 of typhoid fever.]

212.       Rutherford, Nelson                       46          Farmer           125                 100
          Mary             44               Keeping House                                             NC
     Ludema E.             13
       Leah J.             11
        Tamsey              9
      Victoria              7
        Amelia              5
      Benjamin              3
         James           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
[Ludema E. Rutherford Md. Orville Hash, s/o Rosa Hash 12/24/1877; Tamsey Rutherford Md. Boyden Hash, s/o Wm.
& P. Hash, 9/28/1882; Victoria Rutherford Md. Chapman Poe, s/o James and Julia Ann Poe; Benjamin Rutherford Md.
Bena Poe, d/o William Poe.]

213.       Rutherford, Thomas                       44          Farmer           200                 171
(Rutherford), Melvina           43
      Sarah J.              8
        Thomas              6
     Allen Mc.              4
      Ellen L.              2
         Mylia          10/12               (B. Jun. 1869)
[Thomas (also called to as Thompson) Rutherford Md. Melvina Rutherford, 5/9/1852, Ashe Co., NC.  Thomas Rutherford
served in Co. A, 26th NC Inf., CSA.]

217.      Rutherford, Timothy                       56          Farmer           120
(Mitchell), Rebecca J.          32
       Rosa J.             15
      Margaret             13
       John H.             11
     Alexander              9
       Timothy              5
         Jones              3
        Orlena           1/12               (B. Apr. 1870)
        Zilpha           1/12               (B. Apr. 1870)
[This was family 1009 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Timothy Rutherford Md. Rebecca J. Mitchell, 1/14/1853,
Ashe Co., NC.  John H. Rutherford Md. Susannah Parks, d/o G. W. & C. Parks, 9/21/1876; Alexander Rutherford Md.
P. J. Lovelace, d/o L. & Elizabeth Rutherford, 6/15/1881.]

216.      Rutherford, William                       47          Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth             49
          Jane             22
         Nelly             18
     Elizabeth              2
     Thomas H.           2/12               (B. May 1870)
[Nelly Rutherford Md. S. C. Cox, s/o John & Lucy Cox, 1/9/1873.  This family came from Ashe Co., NC and settled near
Gold Hill.]

255.   Sawyer, Jane             33          Keeping House                                             NC
     George W.             11
       John M.              9
      Wiley R.              7
[Jane was probably the widow of Richard L. Sawyer who served in Co. C/G, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA and died at Camp
Morton, IN on 3/11/65, and was buried in the Greenlawn Cemetery.  He was likely a descendant of Zachariah Sawyer
(Sayer), who served in the American Revolution, and Mary Martin.]

452.        Sebasten, Madison                       21          Farmer           400                 300             NC
    (Beamer) Salina             25
       Leander             25                                                          NC
[Madison Sebasitan was s/o Benjamin Sebastian (b. ca. 1810) and Elizabeth Adams (b. ca. 1810) of Wilkes Co., NC,
Md. Salina Beamer of Ashe Co., NC on 5/20/1869.  Madison Sebastian served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves.]

437. Sells, William             55          Smith                                      NC
        Martha             44
     Andrew M.             11
       Mary J.              8
       Esra S.              5
[This was family 1337 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Andrew M. Sells Md. Celia C. Hash, d/o Jas. & F. Hash,
5/17/1879.]

469.        Sells, William F.                       30          Farm Laborer                         184
     Louisa C.             24
       John C.              1
       Charles           6/12
   Perkins, Phillip             66          Cabinet Maker
       Rebecca             66                                                          NC
[Phillip & Rebecca Perkins were members of household 1341 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Phillip Perkins Md.
Rebecca McGrady on 10/17/1825, and moved to Grayson Co. after 1850.  At that time they had a daughter Louiza C.,
age 16, not doubt, Louisa C. wife of William F. Sells, above.]

273. Senter, Calvin             37          Farmer       1000          673             NC
    (Pugh) Rosamond             32
      Kenny M.             14                                                          NC
       Mary J.             12
     Elizabeth              9
      Clary E.              7
        Robena              4
           Ann              2
[Calvin Senter, s/o Elder Drury Senter (b. ca. 1781) and Mary b. ca. 1792), Md. Rosamond Pugh, d/o Robert Pugh &
Mary Thomas, 11/2/1853.  Mary J. Senter Md. H. J. McCarter, s/o P. & T. McCarter, 9/24/1876; Elizabeth Senter Md.
Pierce Gore, s/o Wm. & J. A. Gore, 12/20/1877.  Calvin H. Senter served in the Grayson Co. Militia and served as
Captain of Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 5/16/1862 appointed Captian 5/23/1862, resigned 11/15/1862 due to severe
illness.]

519.  Setset?, John             33          Farm Laborer                              103             NC
         Sarah             32                                                          NC
      Laura A.             11                                                          NC
       Mary J.              9                                                          NC
       William              7                                                          NC
      Clarissa              5                                                          NC
        Louisa              2                                                          NC

363.Sexton, William             56          Farmer        900          664
   (Pool) Sena             57
     Granville             21
        Elijah             15
    Stephen B.             12
    William M.              7
[This was family 1124 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  William Sexton Md. Asenath Pool, d/o Henderson Pool and
Sarah Harper.  Granville Sexton Md. Mary Eveline Duvall, d/o James Duvall and Elizabeth Baker Young.  Other children
who had left home were Esther b. ca. 1838, Sarah b. ca. 1840, Mahala, b. ca. 1844 and John b. ca. 1845.]

354. Sheets, Calvin             43          Farmer                     157
    (Kimbell), Mary             37          Keeping House                                             NC
      David A.             17                                                          VA
     Martha E.             16                                                          NC
       Jane E.             13                                                          NC
      Virginia             11                                                          NC
[Calvin Sheets, s/o David (b. ca. 1803) & Martha Sheets (b. ca. 1808) Md. Mary Kimbell, 9/28/1851, Ashe Co., NC.
Calvin Sheets served in Co. A, 34th NC Inf., CSA.  They lived on Fees Ridge, Grayson Co., VA and are buried in
unmarked graves in the Haw Orchard Baptist Church Cemetery, Rugby, VA.]

514.  Sheets, David             67          Farmer       1315          246             NC
        Martha             62
   Reedy, Jane             37                                                          NC
     Martha E.              8
[This was family 1144 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David's children were Calvin, b. ca. 1827, Samuel b. ca.
1831, Frederick b. ca. 1837, Anderw J. b. ca. 1839, John H. b. ca. 1842, Jane b. ca. 1837.  Samuel Sheets served in
Co. D, 50th VA Infantry CSA and died in prison on 3/1/1865.  Frederick also served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA and
died of disease on 2/1/1863.  Andrew Jackson Sheets served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, was captured at Gettysburg
and died at Fort Delaware on 9/23/1863.  Harvey Sheets also served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA and died of
disease.]

380.Sheets, John H.             27          Farm Laborer                              100
(Patrick) Mary             29
     Ada A. V.              8
     Samuel M.              2
   Quincey L.            5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)
[John H. Sheets served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.  John H. Sheets Md. Mary "Polly" Patrick, d/o Josiah Patrick,
10/9/1865.]

487.Sheets, Jourdan             38          Farmer                                     NC
   (Miller), Esther             30                                                     NC
          Alva             11                                                          NC
       Ellison              6                                                          NC
          Reed              4                                                          NC
       Effa C.           5/12               (B. Jan. 1870)                                            VA
[This was family #906, 1860 Ashe Co., NC Census.  Easter Miller, b. 8/13/1839, d/o George Washington Miller and Aley
Hubbard, Md. Jordan Sheets on 12/9/1857.  Jordan was illegitimate son of Katie Sheets and Absolom Bower.  He was
b. 1/15/1832 & d. 1/31/1876 and lived in the Troutdale section of Grayson Co.  Alvah Sheets, b. 1/9/1859 d. 5/1940, Md.
Jonathan Perry, s/o Richard Perry; Ellis Sheets b. 7/25/1865 d. 6/14/1948 Md. Mildred Perry, d/o Solomon Perry
1/22/1888; Reid Sheets b. 7/25/1865 Md. Edith Perry Miller, d/o Richard Perry and widow of John Miller; Effie Candas
Sheets b. 1/4/1870 D. 1/1949 Md. (1) Emanuel Perry, s/o Solomon Perry and moved to McDowell Co., WV.  Another
child, Horton P. Sheets b. 7/17/1874 d. 7/5/1954 Md. (1) Abbie Perry ca. 1891, d/o Solomon Perry and Md. (2) Lucille
Blevins in 1895.  Alva Sheets and Jonathan Perry were members of the Big Helton Primitve Baptist Church in Ashe Co.,
NC.]

383.     Sheets, (Reedy) Mary                       36          Keeping House         125
     Rachel A.             11
      James A.             10
     Samuel M.              7
    Mary S. V.              1
[This was family 1138 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Mary Reedy Sheets, d/o Michael Reedy & Rachel Spencer
and was B. 8/24/1833 in Grayson Co., VA was widow of Andrew Jackson Sheets who died at Fort Delaware while in Co.
D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

465.  Sheets, Nancy             40          Keeping House
      David W.             16
      James L.             14
     Martha A.             12
    Wilborn J.             10
   Linville T.              8
[She was probably a daughter in law of David Sheets.]

486.Sheets, Troy M.             19          Cabinet Maker
          Mary             21
   James N. D.              1
[Troy M. Sheets, s/o James & Mary Sheets was member of household 1081 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

279.Shelton, Nathan             34          Farmer        337          130             NC
(Sexton) Hester Ann             30
      Sarah J.             12
       Cora M.              9
      James F.              7
        Millie              5
     Nathaniel              2
[This was family 1177 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Nathaniel Shelton, s/o Williamson Shelton, Md. Hester Ann
Sexton, d/o Wm. & Sena Sexton, 12/4/1856.  Hester Ann Sexton was d/o William Sexton and Asenath Pool was born
3/31/1838 in Rugby, VA.  Nathan Shelton served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA, despite the fact he was living in Stokes
Co., NC when the Civil War broke out.]

269.Sherwood, James             27          Minister                                  134
      Sarah A.             23
    William M.              1
    Taylor, Lilburn             16
[One of the earliest Missionary Baptist Ministers in Grayson Co., usually seen in records as J. J. L. Sherwood.  Became
moderator of the New River Baptist Association and was instrumental in founding the Oak Hill Academy at Mouth of
Wilson, VA.]

401.       Shields, Joseph W.                       49          Farm Laborer                                         NC
     Henrietta             45                                                          NC
        Harper             18                                                          NC
     Alexander             15                                                          VA
        Amanda             12                                                          NC
          Mary             10                                                          VA
      Franklin              5                                                          VA
           Eli              2                                                          VA
          Levi              2                                                          VA
[This was family 1235 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

10. Shoop, Jeremiah             47          Farm Laborer
        Symena             35
        Jemima             11
     Elizabeth              8
         James              6
          Troy              4
         Isaac              1
[Jeremiah Shoop, s/o John Shoop (b. ca. 1800) & Lucy Waight, a widower, Md. Tolitha Mallory, a widow, 913/1882, d/o
Thos. & P. Phillips.  Siblings were John b. ca. 1831 and Betsy b. ca. 1832.  Sena (Symena) was Jeremiah's 2nd wife.]

11.  Shoop, William             19          Farm Laborer
          Mary             21               Keeping House                                             NC
        Martha           8/12
[William Shoop may have been the son of Jeremiah Shoop and 1st wife, Rosamond Moore, family #386, 1860 Grayson
Co., VA Census.]

122.         Shuler, Margaret                       34          Keeping House         600            125
          John              4
       Stephen              2
        George             15               Farm Laborer
[Margaret was probably the widow of George Shuler, b. 1815, who was s/o Michael b. ca. 1786.  George Shuler, age 46,
and a widower Md. Margaret E. Anderson, age 19, d/o Stephen Anderson on 3/11/1861.  George, age 15, above may
have been a son by George Shuler, Sr.'s first marriage.]

295.Smith, James R.           43 B          Farm Laborer                                              NC
          Mary           37 B                                                          NC
          Jehu           21 B                                                          NC
     Elizabeth           19 B                                                          NC
         James           17 B                                                          NC
       Malissa           15 B                                                          NC
       Hariett           13 B                                                          NC
      Campbell           13 B                                                          NC
      Sarah A.            9 B                                                          NC
    William C.            8 B                                                          NC
       America            3 B
       Cora A.            1 B
[This family moved to Grayson Co. ca. 1866]

21.   Snow, William             33          Farm Laborer                                              NC
       Rebecca             33                                                          NC
        Willer             13                                                          NC
         Jesse             11                                                          NC
        Martha              8                                                          VA
      Sarah J.              4                                                          VA
[This family moved to Grayson Co. ca. 1860.]

521.    Spencer, (Hash) Ellen                       66          Farmer           500                 144             VA
     Katherine             37                                                          NC
Peak, Columbus             17                                          119             NC
(Spencer), Caroline             34                                                     NC
 Davis, Robert              6                                                          VA
[This was family 1148 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Eastern Cherokee Application filed by descendants.
Nellie (Ellen) Hash B. ca. 1804 D. 12/23/1883, d/o Robert Hash & Margery Hart Md. Solomon Spencer 3/3/1830, B. ca.
1801 D. 1868.  He was the s/o Isaac Spencer & wife, Johannah.  Caroline Spencer B. 12/31/1833, Md. (1) Henderson
Davis, 10/9/1862, D. 5/20/1864, Md. (2) Columbus Peak, 1869, s/o Hugh Peak & Margery Hart.  Robert Davis, s/o
Henderson Davis & Caroline Spencer, B. 9/25/1865.  Other children were Franklin Spencer b. ca. 1845 who served in
Co. B, 4th VA Reserves.  John Spencer, b. ca. 1832, Joannah b. ca. 1836, Robert b. ca. 1844 and Martha b. ca. 1846.]

509. Spencer, David             23          Farm Laborer                              246
       Luticia             20
[David M. Spencer, s/o William & Rebecca Spencer was member of family 1147 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

511.       Spencer, Granville                       24          Farmer          1668                 232
       Malinda             23
        Thurza           9/12               (B. Sep. 1869)
[Granville Spencer, s/o Joseph & Lucy Spencer, was member of family 1151 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.
Granville Spencer served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.]

520.  Spencer, John             30          Farmer        600          293             NC
  (Anderson) Martha             25
[Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications filed by Ruth Ellen Spencer Pugh.  John Spencer, s/o Solomon Spencer & Nellie
Hash, B. 4/10/1837 D. 5/  /1888 Md. Martha Jane Anderson 1870, B. 1845 D. 1893-4, d/o Elisha & Ruth Anderson.  They
had children, Ruth Ellen Spencer, B. 4/22/1871, Md. Roby R. Pugh; Rose A. Spencer, B. 9/22/1872 Md. C. W. Shelton;
Solomon Aris Spencer B. 3/24/1874 D. 12/29/ 1955; Elisha B. Spencer B. 1876; Minnie L. Spencer, B. 1877 Md. C. C.
Barker; & Omega Spencer B. 1882 Md. Thomas Hash, s/o John Hawkins Hash & Elizabeth Hawks.]

510.Spencer, Joseph             52          Farmer                     500
          Lucy             47
         Byrum             16
           Lee             12
          Troy              9
       Mitchel              5
        Gerome              4
         Robey              1
[This was family 1151 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Granville and Kenney Spencer were also a son of Joseph
and Lucy Spencer.]

373.Spencer, Kenney             19          Farmer        200          286
          Cena             18
[He was the son of Joseph & Lucy Spencer.]

516.Spencer, Robert             28          Farmer        800          264
   (Reeves) Mary A.             22
      Wiley T.              1
   Rash, James             15
[Ref. Eastern Cherokee Applications filed by this couple & children.  Robert A. Spencer, B. 3/14/1841, s/o Solomon
Spencer & Nellie Hash Md. Mary Adeline Reeves 12/14/1865, B. 1844, d/o George & Elizabeth Reeves.  Wiley T.
Spencer, B. 1868, D. 1945, Md. Annie E. Phipps, B. 12/25/1879 D. 9/18/1959, d/o Benjamin Phipps & Rebecca Plummer.
Children born after 1870 were:  G. Frank Spencer,B. 1871; Charley P. Spencer, B. 1876; Elizabeth Spencer, B. 1879;
Joseph Spencer, B. 1881; Bessie Spencer B. 1884.  Robert A. Spencer served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA.]

508.         Spencer, William                       54          Farmer          1000                 682
       Rebecca             49                                                          NC
         Joyce             28
        Martha             27
        Ludema             24
     Calvin E.             10
[This was family 1147 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

127.Stamper, Eli P.             44          Farm Laborer                                              NC
      Angeline             43
  Olitha S. J.              9
   Laura A. V.              4
    Hany H. H.              1
[This was family 1258 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Eli served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry.]

327.  Stamper, Jane             30          Keeping House
         Floyd             14
          John             11
       Madigin              8
     Catherine              5
       Abraham              3                                                          NC
[Jane Rutherford Stamper was widow of Matterson "Devil Mat" Stamper, s/o Wilburn Stamper and Jean Stamper.
Matterson and Jane were married on 3/4/1856.  Matterson served in Co. K, 37th NC Infantry, CSA, enlisting on
9/15/1861, went AWOL and enlisted in Co. D, 23rd VA Infantry Battalion.  He was wounded and captured at Gettysburg,
hospitalized at David's Island, NY, exchanged on 9/16/1863, deserted and took the oath of alliegance to the Union at
Louisville, KY on 2/20/1865.  This family lived at Whitetop after the war, and Matterson and his wife are buried in the
Stamper Family Cemetery, near Whitetop.]

210.Stamper, Tobias             43          Farm Laborer                75            ___             NC
(Rutherford), Rebecca           52
[Tobias "Tobe" Stamper, s/o Joshua Stamper, Sr. and Mary "Polly" Blevins, Md. Rebecca Rutherford 9/27/1847, Ashe
Co., NC.  Tobias was severely handicapped by a skull fractured while horseracing and colliding with a tree branch.  After
Rebecca's death he was too lonely on his farm and abandoned it to live at the county poorhouse.  His death date and
place of burial is unknown.]

118. Stamper, W. H.             36          Shoemaker                                                 NC
(Anderson), Eliza E.            38
    Malinda E.             14
     Marcus L.             11
       John L.              7
       Mary J.              3
       Mita R.           2/12
[This was family 1241 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Wiley H. Stamper, s/o George Stamper & Naoma Nance
Md. Eliza Anderson, d/o James R. & Polly Anderson, 11/12/1853.  Wiley H. Stamper served in Co. K, 37th NC Infantry,
CSA.  Siblings were Wilburn, b. ca. 1836, Ludwig b. ca. 1832, Mitchel b. ca. 1845 and Malinda b. ca. 1848.  George
Stamper, b. ca. 1812, was s/o Elder Solomon Stamper (b. ca. 1781) and Elizabeth Sizemore.  Solomon Stamper was
s/o Jonathan Stamper, Jr. who helped clear road for the first county seat at North Wilkesboro, NC.]

27.Staneford, Joseph            61          Farmer        850          282             NC
(Phipps) Nancy             55
          Jane             31
        Melvin             20
 Wiles, Joseph             12
[This was family 1322 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Reference Standford Family Book, manuscript, by Charlie
Standiford.  This was the patriarch Standford Family in the New River Valley area.  Other children were Frances b. ca.
1832, Polly b. ca. 1834, Nancy b. ca. 1839, David b. ca. 1841, Adeline b. ca. 1843, Rosamond b. ca. 1845, and Wiley
E. b. ca. 1847.  David Stanford served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA and died on 3/12/1862, probably of disease.]

252.Stanford, Wiley             22          Farm Laborer                              223
  (Pugh) Clara             21
  Davis, Byrum             16               Farm Laborer
[Wiley Standford was member of family 1322 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Stanford Book by Charlie
Stanford.  Wiley Stanford, s/o Joseph Stanford and Nancy Phipps, B. 1/28/1847 Md. Clara Pugh.]

41. Stephens, James             44          Farmer        100          ___             VA
         Sarah             37                                                          NC
     Martha J.             19                                                          VA
    William L.             12                                                          NC
      Eliza E.              9                                                          NC
      James L.              4                                                          VA
      Lydia F.              2
          Jane           3/12
[This would appear to be James Stephenson and family, who composed family #541, in the 1860 Alleghany Co., NC
Census.]

299.         Steptoe, Richard                       43          Farmer           800
(Cox) Margaret             23
     Robert L.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)
    Halsey, John W.             10
    Greenberry              6
      Celia J.              4
[Ref. P. 11 Halsey Genealogy, by R. C. Halsey.  Richard Steptoe was s/o R. C. & E. Steptoe of Wythe Co., and was a
fruit merchant and Md. Margaret Cox B. 12/29/1844 D. 7/16/1916, d/o Obedience Cox, had been first married to Thomas
Halsey, s/o Sylvester Halsey & Mary Young.  Thomas Halsey served in Co. I, 51st VA Infantry, CSA and died as a
prisoner at Point Lookout, MD on 4/22/1865 of dropsey.  Margaret Cox Halsey Md. R. H. L. Steptoe 1/28/1869.  They
lived on Peggy's Branch in the Mouth of Wilson Community.  John Wiley Halsey, s/o Thomas Halsey & Margaret Cox,
B. ca. 1860 Md. Bettie E. Bartlett, 10/30/1884, d/o Geo. & Gincy Bartlett & "went west."  Dr. Greenberry Halsey B.
3/12/1863 D. 4/3/1908 Md. Bettie Bryant, 7/16/1890; Celia Jane Halsey B. 4/9/1865 D. 5/18/1941 Md. Ben Rose.]

561.      Strange, William F.                       68          Cabinet Maker         250            100
        Martha             30
      Lowry S.             14
      James D.              6                                                          NC
      Daley F.           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)
[William F. Strange was first married to Nancy, b. ca. 1803, now apparently deceased.  Other children were Mary b. ca.
1828, Martha Ann b. ca. 1834, Louise b. ca. 1836, Marcus F. b. ca. 1838, John R. b. ca. 1830, Marion b. ca. 1841 and
Columbus b. ca. 1849.  Marion served in Co. D, 50th VA Infantry, CSA, and died of disease.  William Strange was a
Frenchman, by tradition, and Anna Hampton wrote in Mouth of Wilson - 1876, "We used to see old man Strange, and
strange he seemed indeed.  We dared not pass within his range without a backward speed."

336.      Stringer, Jefferson                       64          Farmer          2300                 200             NC
(Johnson), Catherine            64                                                     NC
    William J.             21                                                          NC
[Jefferson Stringer, s/o John Stringer & Susannah Baker, Md. Catherine Johnson, 8/10/1857, Ashe Co., NC.  They lived
near Whitetop.]

342.        Stringer, Winston                       59          Farmer                                               NC
          Mary             41                                                          NC
         Nancy             22                                                          NC
      Margaret             15
       Mary A.              7
       Lucinda              1
[Ref. P. 90-1, Family Portaits by Phyllis Gale Roop, Winston Stringer was probably the son of John Stringer & Susannah
Baker.  He may have been marred tiwce, as Phyllis lists his wife as Elizabeth B. ca. 1817.]

412.  Suit, Johnson             39          Farm Laborer
 (Sebastian), Nancy             35                                                     NC
     Sidela E.             16
    William R.             15
[Johnson Suit Md. (1) Nancy Sebastian 7/31/1852, Ashe Co., NC.  Johnson Suit Md. (2) Rhoda Watson a widow b. ca.
1839, 8/15/1880; William R. Suit Md. Mary J. Smothers, d/o Wm. M. & Sophia Smothers, 4/24/1875.]

413.        Suit, Pleasant M.                       11
     Ranson B.              8
  Katherine J.              6
       Mary A.              3
        Robert           7/12               (B. Dec. 1869)
[No known reason for this apparent one family split between two households.]

323.  Sullivan, Eli             69          Farm Laborer                              100             NC
 (Taylor) Elizabeth             43                                                     NC
         Henry             13                                                          NC
         Wiley             11                                                          NC
         David              8                                                          NC
          John              5                                                          NC

415.        Sutherland, Jacob                       38          Farm Laborer
       Malinda             50
          Jane             17
       William             15
     Oricia E.             14
        Rachel             12

564.      Taliferro, Franklin                       35          Farm Laborer                         100             NC
         Sarah             35                                                          NC
      Columbus             16                                                          NC
          John             14                                                          NC
        Joseph             12                                                          NC
         Bashy              9                                                          NC
       Abigail              7                                                          NC

120.  Tester, David             26          Farm Laborer                                              TN
         Susan             32               Keeping House                                             NC
       Mary M.              2
    Loretta V.          11/12
    William M.              8
Anderson, Elizabeth             66
[This family was probably from Johnson Co., TN or Watauga Co., NC.]

65.Testerman, Jesse             38          Carpenter                                 350             TN
 (Livesay), Thursey             26                                                     VA
        Calvin             15                                                          TN
      Green L.             13                                                          TN
       Martell             11                                                          TN
       Vina V.              9                                                          TN
         Abram              7                                                          TN
       John B.              5                                                          TN
    William S.              4                                                          TN
         Peter              2                                                          TN
         Milum              1                                                          VA
[Jesse Testerman, s/o A. & P. Testerman, Md. Thursey Livesay, d/o S. & M. Livesay, 8/__/1867.  Jesse Testerman was
born in Hancock Co., TN, & the marriage register says that he was single at the time of marriage, not a widow, relation-

ship among others in this household uncertain, but were probably his children by unknown first wife.  Vina V. Testerman,
d/o J. & J. Testerman, Md. Geo. F. Parks, s/o Wm. & C. Parks, 8/5/1879.  Jesse Testerman was born in Hancock Co.,
TN as were all his children except Milum.]

356.      Testerman, Jesse H.                       58          Farmer           600                 160
    William F.              8
Celia Virginia              6
     Aderon B.              4
      Jesse W.              3
   Ball, Nancy             31                                                          NC

438.        Thomas, Katherine                       45          Farmer          1242                 698             NC
       John F.             21
       Troy M.             19
       Johnson             17
        Eli F.              9
[Troy M. Thomas Md. Sophona A. Boyer, d/o Morgan & M. Boyer 1/9/1879.]

228.  Thomas, L. G.             38          Farmer        800          225
(Hash), Elizabeth J.            33
         Polly             13
        Jestin             11
     Elizabeth              9
         Alice              7
       Matilda              4
      Randolph              1
[This was family 994 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lorenzo G. Thomas, s/o Randolph Thomas (b. ca. 1807)
& Elizabeth Holdaway (b. ca. 1812) Md. Elizabeth Hash, 10/26/1854, Ashe Co., NC.  Polly Thomas Md. Milton
Templeton, s/o Jno. & Nancy Templeton, 7/20/1881; Elizabeth Thomas Md. James E. Brewer, s/o E. & P. Brewer,
4/26/1879; Alice Thomas Md. Jno. Brewer, s/o Ezra & Polly Brewer, 4/23/1881.  L. G. Thomas served in Co. I, 51st VA
Inf. CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861, was medically discharged 7/18/1862 for chronic rhumatism.]

230.  Thomas, Malen             25          Farmer         67
        Hannah             23                                                          NC
         Sarah              3
       America           2/12               (B. Apl. 1870)
   Pennington, Cook             25
[M. H. Thomas served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting at Fox Creek and paroled at Lynchburg 4/15/1865 when Lee
surrendered.]

235.         Thomas, Randolph                       63          Farm Laborer
     Elizabeth              9
       Matilda             30
    Francis M.             17
    Maslin, Stephen              5                                                     NC
 Wingate, Rosa             14
[This was family 998 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Randolph Thomas, s/o Jonathan Thomas & Patience Bourn
Md. Elizabeth Holdaway on 9/23/1827.  Ref. William Bonham, New River Pioneer by Trula Fay Perkey.  Rosa Wingate
may have been d/o John & Margaret Wingate, living in family 962 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. also P.
25, Nuckolls.  Children were Melvina b. ca. 1831, Lorenzo G. b. ca. 1831, Patience C. b. ca. 1833, Emeline J. b. ca.
1836, Rosamond b. ca. 1838, Matilda b. ca. 1840, Stephen b. ca. 1842, Ludema b. ca. 1844, Haywood b. ca. 1847 and
Noah b. ca. 1849.  Rosa Wingate was d/o John Wingate and Margaret Hash.  See also family #267, Wilson District, 1870
Grayson Co., VA Census.]

270.        Thompson, Charles                     54 B          Farm Laborer                                         NC
     Charlotte           32 B               Keeping House                                             NC
      Harrison           17 B
         Betsy           16 B                                                          NC
       Wilburn           15 B                                                          NC
        Thomas            3 B                                                          NC
           Ann            1 B

344.        Thompson, Stephen                       36          Farm Laborer                                         NC
      Margaret             34                                                          NC
      Phebe E.             12                                                          NC
     George W.             10                                                          NC
      Jesse H.              7                                                          NC
      Sarah M.              1                                                          NC

448.Tucker, John P.             44          Farm Laborer                              163             NC
     Elizabeth             43
     Ludema C.             18
    Tobitha E.             17
      Nancy J.             15
     Samuel F.             14
      Allen F.             12
      James A.             10
   Samantha C.              6                                                          NC
     N. N. (f)           6/12               (B. Dec. 1869)                                            NC
       John A.              8
[Tobitha E. Tucker Md. Robt. Pugh, s/o Wm. & Eliz. Pugh (B. Clay Co., NC) 7/10/1873; Nancy J. Tucker Md. A. N.
Mitchell, s/o Calvin Mitchell, 1/6/1875.  This would appear to be family #982, 1860 Ashe Co., NC Census.]

542.   Tucker, Noah             22          Farm Laborer                              100             NC
       Adeline             19                                                          NC
       Mary E.           7/12               (B. Nov. 1869)                                            VA
[Noah Tucker apparently was the s/o John P. & Elizabeth Tucker, family #448 in Wilson District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA
Census.]

104.   Turk, Joseph           28 B          Farm Laborer
          Jane           21 B

432. Vaught, George             29          Farmer        500          148
      Caroline             28
      Sarah E.              6
    William E.              4
    Matilda A.              2
Dirting, Sarah             58
  Vaught, John             56
          Mary             50
     Andrew F.             17
      James C.             16
      Sarah E.             11
[George Vaught was s/o John (b. ca. 1814) & Mary Vaught (b. ca. 1814).  Siblings of George were:  Andrew F. b. ca.
1853, James C. b. ca. 1854, Sarah C. b. ca. 1859, Rachel b. ca. 1840, Matilda b. ca. 1844, Thurza b. ca. 1846 and Alfred
b. ca. 1848.]

463.Venable, George             35          Farmer                     446
      Sally M.             35
      Florence             12
    William A.             10
     George W.              7
[Florence Venable Md. L. J. Daniel, s/o Eli & E. Daniel, 3/9/1882.]

278.Verdigan, E. G.             31          Physician                                 393        England
 (Ross) Luvesa             17
 Vivian St. G.           1/12               (B. Jun. 1870)
[E. G. Verdigan, s/o Ezra Verdigan Md. Luvesa J. Ross, d/o Wilburn (William) Ross, 7/24/1868.  Annie Hampton wrote,
"that old house that used to stand by the river just above... was once the scene of death and woe when smallpox first
came around and mowed people down.  Dr. Vertigan died up there.  Also his children all, and left his widow fair without
a child to call.  She went back to her father's place, a lonely life to drag, but soon unveiled her pretty place and married
Dr. Wagg."]

88.   Walls, Eli P.             31          Farm Laborer                                              NC
      Eliza J.             25                                                          NC
      Phiba A.              7                                                          NC
      Sarah E.              5                                                          NC
       Rosa E.          10/12                                                          VA

324.  Walls, Melvin             22          Farmer
          Mary             19
         Nancy              1

503.  Walton, Isaac             23          Farmer        150
(Pendergrass), Lydia            30
[Isaac Walton, s/o Thomas P. Walton and Sarah Reedy, Md. Lydia Pendergrass, 1/3/1866, Ashe Co., NC.  Isaac Walton
Md. (2) Emmeline Reedy, d/o Solomon & Mary Reedy.]

513.        Walton, Thomas P.                       68          Farmer           300                                 NC
 (Reedy) Sarah             53
        Rachel             32
      Johannah             28
       Malinda             25
     Thomas F.              5
      Isaac C.              3
       Emaline              1
      Sarah E.              1
[This was family 1139 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Thomas P. Walton, was probably the s/o pioneer settler
Phillip (b. ca. 1774) and wife Frances (b. ca. 1785), Md. Sarah Reedy, B. ca. 1818 D. 2/27/1873 d/o Michael Reedy and
Rachel Spencer.]

12.   Ward, Abigail             48          Keeping House
         Wiley             15
[Abigail was the d/o Stephen Ward, Sr. (d. ca. 1849) and Abigail Osborne (d. ca. 1849).  Stephen Ward, Sr. was s/o
Nathan Ward, Sr. (b. ca. 1760 d. ca. 1833) from Coal Creek and Sarah (b. ca. 1765) reputedly an Indian.  Though not
certain, Nathan Ward may have been the son of Wells Ward (d. ca. 1821).  Nathan Ward's heirs include:  Jeremiah,
Benjamin, Lewis, Enoch, Stephen, Sr., Landreth, Silas, John Cox & wife Nellie Ward Cox, and Wells of Owen Co., IN,
Nathan Ward, Jr. of Whitley Co., KY and Zachariah.  The older Wells Ward lived on Saddle Creek and had one known
daughter, Abigail, b. ca. 1775 and d. 3/11/1859 and who married a Barton.  Abigail Ward of this census entry also had
a son Rush Floyd Ward, b. ca. 1847.]

15.Ward, David             47               Farmer       1970          849
(Ward) Manerva             44
         Nancy             23
         Enoch             19
       Rebecca              7
         Wells              3
[This was family 1313 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  David Ward was the son of Stephen Ward, Sr. and Abigail
Osborne.  David Ward Md. Manerva Ward, d/o Big Enoch Ward and Nancy Hash on 1/1/1846, Ashe Co., NC, they were
first cousins.  Enoch Ward Md. Rosamond Carrico, d/o Lewis & Mary Carrico, 3/8/1872; Rebecca Ward Md. James Bolt,
s/o T. Bolt, 2/16/1879; Nancy Ward Md. Thomas Bolt, s/o Tyra & Alley Bolt on 5/17/1871.]

93.Ward, Enock             64               Farmer       1500         1158
 (Hash), Nancy             66
[This was family 933 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  "Big" Enoch Ward, s/o Nathan Ward and wife Sarah pioneers
of Grayson Co., Md. Nancy Hash, d/o William Hash, 12/22/1825, Grayson Co., VA.]

13.Ward, Floyd             23               Farm Laborer
  (Wood) Eliza             20
         Nancy           3/12
[Rush Floyd Ward, d/o Abigail Ward (see family #12 above), Md. Eliza Margaret Wood Md. 12/4/1867, Ashe Co., NC.
Floyd Ward served in Co. B, 4th VA Reserves, CSA.  Nancy Rebecca Ward Md. Foy Long.  Other children were:  David
Crockett Ward who Md. Polly Jane Hash; Nellie Jane Ward who Md. Timothy Roberts, Wiley Reeves Ward who Md. Ona
Cornett; Alexander Stephen "Ek" Ward who Md. Berdella Ray Hackler; Dela Ward b. ca. 1879; Linda b. ca. 1880 and
William Benjamin Ward who Md. Betty Ward d/o Johnson Ward and Nancy Wingate.]

134.     Ward, John             42          Farmer        400          176
    (Hash), Evaline             42
        Sheffy             19
  (Hash), Jane             17                                                          NC
     Elizabeth             16
     Mary Anne             12
       John A.              3
      Riley G.           8/12               (B. Oct. 1869)                                            NC
[This was family 950 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  John Ward, s/o Lewis Ward & Maryann Hash, Md. Evaline
Hash, 1/30/1848.  Sheffy Ward Md. Alsey Jane Hash, B. 4/4/1852 D. 12/1/1890, d/o John Hash & Sarah Hash, of Ashe
Co., NC, ca. 1868.  Riley G. Ward was the son of Sheffy & Jane Hash Ward.  Sheffy is also listed in the mortality
schedule as having died in 4/1870.  Alsey Jane Hash Ward Md. in 1879 John C. Phipps, a widower.  Keny Columbus
Ward, s/o John & Evaline Hash Ward, B. 3/  /1848 Md. Frances Lane, 6/10/1866, d/o Moses & Elizabeth Lane.  John
R. Ward served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf. CSA, enlisting 2/28/1863, at age 35 and given disability discharge on 5/6/1863.
John Ward may have also served in the Grayson Co. Militia.]

16.  Ward, Jonathan             69          Farmer       1450          570
          Mary             65
   Eldridge, Wesley             17                                                     NC
  Liles, Polly             42
[This was family 1312 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Jonathan was s/o Stephen Ward, Sr. and Abigail Osborne.
Abigail Ward Barton lived with this family until her death on 3/11/1859.  Jonathan deed his farm to his nephew Johnson,
s/o Stephen Ward, Jr. and Charity Barton, to take care of them in their old age.  Jonathan and Mary died the same day,
Thursday 1/24/1889 and are buried in the same grave in the Saddle Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery.]

244.   Ward, Kenney             22          Farm Laborer
(Lane) Frankey             21
        Nathan              1
[Kenny Columbus Ward was s/o John Ward and Eveline Hash and Md. Frances Lane, d/o Moses (b. ca. 1818) &
Elizabeth Lane (b. ca. 1818) on 6/10/1866.  See also family #134 Wilson District, 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census.]

95.  Ward, Landreth             59          Farmer       1500          340
        Silats             56               Farmer       1000          201
[Landreth Ward was in household 1308 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, his brother Silas was in household 1307.
Silas Ward served in the Grayson Co. Militia, CSA.  These brothers were s/o Nathan Ward, Sr. and wife, Sarah, and were
known as the "Bachelor Wards."]

133.    Ward, Lewis             67          Farmer        350
    (Hash), Maryann             63
[This was family 949 (on Fox Creek) in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Lewis Ward, Md. Maryann Hash, d/o John
Hash, 4/3/1825.  Ref. Our Cox Family by Alice Cox Phillips, B. 48, Lewis Ward was s/o Nathan Ward & Sarah, his wife,
reputed to be an Indian.  Ref. Hash Family Research.  Their children were:  Thomas, John, Sarah b. ca. 1832, Nathan
b. ca. 1833, Lewis, Jr. and Malvina C. b. ca. 1847.  See elsewhere in this record for information about their families.
Nathan Ward did shop work, watch repair, etc.]

247.  Ward, Rebecca             47          Farmer        500          104
      Margaret             12
    Hash, Zachariah             21
       Lucinda             14
[Zachariah Hash, s/o Zebedee Hash & Evaline Ward, Md. Lucinda Ward, d/o Nathan Ward and Rebecca Hash,
11/18/1869.  Rebecca Hash, B. 1824 D. 6/1/1901, d/o Joseph Hash and Margaret Halsey, Md. Nathan Ward, reputed
to have been shot by his own troops at his home, after deserting the Confederate Army and refused to return.  Margaret
Ann Ward Md. John Wingate, Jr., s/o John & Peggy Wingate.]

199.    Ward, Silas             40          Farmer       1800          652
      Phebe J.             26
       Rosa J.             17
     George W.             10
  Cox, Hala J.             13
        Harvey              9
    Ward, Zachariah             77          Retired Farmer
[This was family 1037 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Zachariah Ward (b. ca. 1793 above) ahd sons Riley b. ca.
1820 and Zachariah Ward, Jr. b. ca. 1833, in addition to Silas.  Ref. Hash Family Research by Jeffrey C. Weaver et.al.
Silas Ward, s/o Zachariah Ward & Tabitha Hash, B. 2/20/1829 D. 1/2/1913 Md. (1) Elizabeth Toliver 12/28/1851, B.
12/3/1832 D. 1/7/1859, d/o Wm. Toliver & Betsy Long, Md. (2) Phoebe Jane Hash Cox, B. 4/3/1842 D. 1/31/1913, d/o
Harvey Hash & Ruth Crouse, widow of Anderson Cox.  Rosa Jane Ward, B. 3/2/1853 D. 8/24/1952, Md. Jacob Granville
Kirk, 12/1/ 1872, B. 8/15/ 1851 D. 1/13/1900, s/o Jones M. Kirk & Susannah Griffith;  George Washington Ward, Md.
Emily Rutherford, d/o James Jackson Rutherford & Polly Standford, on 3/8/1878.  Phoebe Jane Hash Cox was the widow
of Andrew Jackson (md. on 4/14/1857), s/o John Cox and Nellie Ward.  Andrew Jackson Cox served in Co. C, 45th VA
Infantry, CSA and was killed at the battle of Cloyd's Mountain, VA on 5/9/1864.  Silas Ward served in Co. I, 51st VA Inf.
CSA, enlisting 5/16/1862 and transfered to Clark's (30th) VA Infantry Battalion 10/1/1862.   Silas Ward was furloughed
for a short period because of the sickness of his children and "no mother to care for them."  He later returned to duty,
was captured at Waynesboro, VA on 3/2/1865 and sent to Fort Delaware where he was held until 6/21/1865. Other
children were Robert M. Ward b. 5/11/1856.]

92.   Ward, Stephen             61          Farmer        800          435
          Mary             45                                                          NC
         Sally             25
       William             14
  Elizabeth C.             11
[This was family 972 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Stephen "Lame Stevie" Ward, s/o Zachariah Ward, Sr. also
was married to Abigail Cornett.]

14.   Ward, Stephen             61          Farmer        824          870
           Edy             29
       Johnson             27
         Isaac             24
[Stephen Ward, Jr. was s/o Stephen Ward, Sr. and Abigail Osborne, and was gs/o Nathan & Sarah Ward.  Stephen
Ward, Jr. Md. Charity Barton Phipps, d/o of John Barton and ex-wife of Larkin Phipps.  Isaac Ward Md. Mollie Barton,
d/o Isaac T. & Charlotte Barton, 5/23/1878.  Johnson Ward Md.  Nancy Wingate, d/o Wright Wingate and Elizabeth
Wyatt on 8/25/1870.  This was family #1276, 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Other children were Chapman Ward who
Md. Martha Barton, d/o John & Jane Barton on 8/31/1867; Fannie Ward who Md. John M. Cooper, s/o John & Rachel
Cooper on 6/25/1863.]

94.    Ward, Thomas             34          Farm Laborer
(Hash) Eveline             34
          Rush             13
       Kennedy             11
         Lewis              9
         Tempy              6
         Fanny              1
[Thomas "Tommie" Ward was s/o Big Enoch Ward (b. ca. 1807) & Nancy Hash (b. ca. 1804).  This was family 934 in
the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  They lived on the western spur of Buck Mountain, where he and his family is buried.]

198.Ward, Zachariah             36          Farm Laborer                              203
  (Billings), Nancy             39
          Mary             18
         Sarah             17
      Benjamin             15
        Alfred             13
      Samantha             11
       Tobitha              9
     Zachariah              7
   Thos. J. S.              3
       John W.          11/12               (B. Jun 1869)
[This was family 1038 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Zachariah Ward Md. Nancy Billings, 10/17/1850, Ashe Co.,
NC.  Benjamin Ward B. 11/24/1855 D. 8/18/1855, Md. Cynthia E. Phipps, B. 3/27/1858 D. 9/7/1887, d/o Noah Webster
& Nancy Ann (McBride) Phipps, 6/27/1875 (p. 255, Phipps Family of NC & VA); Alfred Ward Md. Rebecca Phipps, d/o
John Calvin & Mary (Mazie) Dixon Phipps, 11/30/1872.  She was B. ca. 1859.  See p. 47, Phipps Family of NC & VA.
Ref. 1900 Census of Grayson Co., VA.  Mary Ward Md. Frank Anderson, ca. 1876, B. 1860.  Zachariah Ward served
as 2d Sergeant in Co. I, 51st VA Inf., CSA, enlisting 6/28/1861.  He was reduced to Private by 11/1/1862 and transfered
to Clark's Battalion 10/1/1862.]

422.  Watson, Elihu             37          Carpenter                  250            105             NC
          Mary             33
    Ezekiel J.             13
      Nancy E.             12
        Joshua              7
        Martha              4
         Pheba              2
[This was family 914 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census, and probably moved to Grayson Co. ca. 1856.  Nancy E.
Watson Md. John Parks, s/o A. & N. Parks, 2/20/1877.]

423.        Watson, Elizabeth                       36          Keeping House
       John C.             12
      Virginia             10
         Sarah              4
        Amanda              2
[Elizabeth Watson may be widow of Benjamin Watson, who served as 2nd Lt. in Co. K, 51st VA Infantry, CSA.  Benjamin
resigned on 9/1/1861 due to illness.  Another son, John was living in the home of Franklin Weiss during this census.]

284. Weaver, Andrew             47          Farmer        400          375             NC
   (Weaver) Malinda             45          Keeping House                                             NC
        Martha             21
         Isaac             15
         Nancy             12
      Sarah N.              9
      Celia E.              7
     Gideon V.              7
    Clabern M.              3
  Rash, Thomas             21               Farm Laborer                                               (Wilkes Co.), NC
  (Weaver), Charity             17
[This was family 1117 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume VII, by Jeffrey
C. Weaver.  Information based on Family Bible in possession of Jane Weaver Spencer, Rugby, VA.  Andrew Weaver,
B. 12/9/ 1822 D. 2/3/1899, s/o Isaac Weaver & Mary Francis, Md. Malinda Weaver, 2/20/1843 B. April 3, 1825 D.
12/22/1909, d/o Lt. Isaac Weaver, Jr. & Jane Lewis.  They had the following children:  Mary Jane Weaver, B. 8/22/1844
D. 8/12/1900, Md. Noah Farmer ca. 1871, B. 1/14/1842 D. 6/1/1930, s/o John O'Johnson Conrod Wilson Farmer, Sr.
& Susan Wyett; Martha Weaver B. 3/4/1847 D. 4/16/1877 Md. Sylvester Darnell 12/8/1872, B. 5/7/1849 D. 10/13/1925,
s/o William Darnell & Sarah York; Pheobe Marilda Weaver, B. 7/14/1849 D. 3/15/1936, Md. Joshua Sturgill, 10/30/1865
in Ashe Co., NC, B. 12/9/1816 D. 8/30/1894, s/o Francis Sturgill, Jr. & Phebe Weaver; Charity Weaver B. 6/4/1852 D.
1920, Md. Thomas Rash, 5/1/1870 B. 1846 D. 1926; Isaac Weaver B. 10/22/1854 D. 1901, Md. Catherine Francis
3/23/1875 B. 4/8/1845 D. 7/23/1929, d/o William Francis & Elizabeth Tucker, this family moved to Wyoming Co., WV
ca. 1888; Nancy Elizabeth Weaver B. 6/11/1857 Md. James Blakenship 3/10/1873, this family moved to Wyoming Co.,
WV; Sarah Naomi Weaver B. 2/19/1860 Md. Wiley Price 7/27/1882, s/o Linville Price & Elizabeth Price; Celia Evaline
Weaver B. 2/20/1863 Md. Robert Reedy ca. 1883, B. 4/25/1863 D. 7/8/1918, s/o Andrew Reedy & Hiley Anderson;
Gideon Vance Weaver B. 2/20/1863 D. 1925, Md. Virgina Sheets, 12/25/1883 B. 2/19/1859, d/o Calvin Sheets & Mary
Kimball; Clayborne Monroe Weaver B. 3/15/1866 D. 1/19/1928 Md. Martha Litisha Phipps, 8/12/1882 B. 9/6/1865 D.
1/21/1935, d/o James Harvey Phipps & Evaline Weaver.  Andrew Weaver was a private in the Grayson County Militia
& served as a private in Company C, 63rd Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army.  Prisioner of War at Fort Douglas
& Rock Island, IL.]

308.Weaver, John S.             70          Farmer       1350          632             NC
(Pennington), Celia             40
      Wiley M.             20
         Sylla             14
        Sheffy             11
          Roby              9
        Urbany              5
    John Grant              1
[This was family 1087 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume VIII, by Jeffrey
C. Weaver, based on photocopy of John Weaver Family Bible & interviews with family Members.  John Weaver, B.
11/21/1799 D. 2/14/1872, s/o William Weaver, Sr. Md. Celah Pennington, 1849 B. 5/20/1830 D. 2/24/1915, d/o Samuel
Pennington.  They had the following children:  Wiley Monroe Weaver B. 3/5/1850 D. 1/19/1936, migrated to California;
Darthula Elizabeth Weaver B. 4/23/1852 D. 2/7/1929 Md. John Linder Gillenwater Cole 11/15/1868 B. 8/9/1848 D.
6/24/1919, s/o Charles Cole; Hester Eveline Weaver B. 4/15/1854 D. 10/26/1854; Zillah Eveline Weaver B. 2/15/1856
D. 1950 Md. Cicero Kilby, 3/25/1874 B. 10/8/1852 D. 1920, s/o Thornton Weaver & Phoebe Marilda Weaver (This family
migrated to Toulon, IL); Stephen Sheffy Weaver B. 5/31/1858; William Roby Weaver, B. 12/10/1861; Unis Urbana
Weaver B. 3/9/1861, Md. James Love 12/2/1880; John Grant Weaver B. 4/9/1869 D. 12/25/1949, Md. Virginia
Pennington, 3/3/1897 B. 10/6/1876 D. 8/3/1967, d/o Cicero Pennington & Almedia Grubb (This family migrated to
Hickman Mills, MO).  John & Celah Weaver had another son, Wade Andrew Weaver B. 9/14/1871 D. 11/30/1955, Md.
Mollie Belle Goodman B. 11/15/1874 D. 12/12/1941, d/o Harrison Goodman.]

328.   Weaver, Wade             32          Farmer        900          387             NC
  (Lawrence) Martha             68                                                     NC
      Nancy C.             27                                                          NC
Hybbard, James             14                                                          NC
    Weaver, Hampton              4                                                     VA
[This was family 1093 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Ref. Weaver Family History Series, Volume V, based on
Family Bible records of this family.  Wade Hampton Weaver, B. 8/20/1841 D. 9/30/1895 s/o Joshua Weaver & Martha
"Patsy" Lawrence, Md. Cansada Jane Pennington, 2/14/1876 B. 5/10/1899, d/o Stephen Pennington & Johannah
Spencer.  Martha Lawrence was the widow of Joshua Weaver, s/o William Weaver, Sr. & was a native of Wilkes Co.,
NC.  Nancy C. Weaver, B. 5/6/1845 D. 10/22/1919, d/o Joshua Weaver & Martha Lawrence Md. William Cicero Price
6/3/1875, B. 3/22/1858, s/o Thomas Price & Cynthia Cox.  Hampton Columbus Weaver,B. 12/23/1865 D. 4/12/1941 Md.
Luzilla Sturgill 4/17/1889 B. 6/14/1870 D. 8/6/1967, d/o Francis Marion Sturgill & Orpha Testerman.  Hampton Columbus
Weaver served as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from Grayson County, VA for a couple of terms.  Wade
Hampton Weaver served in the Grayson Co. Militia and as a Sergeant in Company C, 63rd Virginia Infantry, Confederate
States Army.]

362.  Weiss, Austin             47          Farmer        900          314
       Synthia             44
        Martha             20
         Hulda             20
         Nancy             16
          Troy              7
[This was family 1123 in the 1860 Grayson Co., VA Census.  Austin Weiss served in the Grayson Co. Militia,