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    1. Re: [NCWARREN] BYrd Creek Familes of Va tied to Nutbush Creek Len HEnley
    2. All of the familes in this are very connected to Johnson research as the Henderson families are also involed in th Transyvania Company purchase of Lands ( Big Creek was in the Original Purchase as was Carter Valley and Stanley Valley of Washington Co NC in what is now Tn) I Will be glad to send Goochland Co Files with the contacts in it for Henderson's The best way to sort them out is by the Lands they owned. That is why I am asking about nutbush Creek and Grassey Creek families. Seeking the FACTS. Delores please send me a e-mail at [email protected] and I will search the JJJDNA Library for Richard Henderson and send you files that we have so you can fact check. Tony On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 11:35 AM, Deloris Williams wrote: > Tony, > I have a question about a portion of your HENDERSON research. Do you > know anything further about the family of Richard Henderson of > Goochland? > I see that your files include the family of the Richard Henderson who > married Henrietta Henley. There has been controversy among > researchers about whether or not their son, Samuel, was the same > person by that name who was the father of the famous Richard Henderson > (1735-1785) of Granville Co. One of the things there have been > discussions about is the fact that when Richard Sr. died in Goochland > in (will written 1745), it clearly indicated that his children were > all minors, and it says that his son Samuel, had not reached 21 years > of age at that time. His widow, Henrietta died abt 1749, Cumberland > Co.,VA, she devised her land to her 3 sons, Samuel, James & Nathan (by > the way, I think people are getting mixed up with that name, both > Richard & Henrietta called him "Nathan", not "Nathaniel", and he may > have indeed not been the same person as "Nathaniel"); other records > also indicate that the minor sons were in the care of a Nathaniel > Henderson, probably the brother of Richard Sr. > Anyway, as I have pointed out to some, Samuel Henderson (d.1783 > Granville), who was the father of Richard Henderson, b. 1735, could > not possibly have been the same person as the son of Richard & > Henrietta, and that at the very least, the 1755 Granville Co. Tax list > gives you an idea of the ages of the family, that year it shows, > Samuel Henderson, plus sons, Rich'd & Nath'l, and Thos. Burdon, and > Negroes, Tom, Peter & Lewis. (For those not familiar with the law: > ".every white Person Male of the age of Sixteen Years and upwards all > Negroes Mulattoes Mustees Male or female and all Persons of Mixt Blood > to the fourth Generation Male and Female of the age of twelve years > and upwards, and no other Persons whatsoever, shall be deem'd > Tithables."). > > > Deloris > > > -------------------------------------------------- > From: <[email protected]> > Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2013 1:13 PM > To: <[email protected]> > Subject: [NCWARREN] BYrd Creek Familes of Va tied to Nutbush Creek Len > HEnley > >> Children of Henrieta Henley and Richard Henderson: >> Samuel Henderson >> James Henderson >> Nathaniel Henderson >> Mary Henderson married Philip Thurman born April 2 1704 in New Kent >> Hanover Co. Va. >> Henrietta Henderson >> NOTES HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO JAMES HENDERSON PATRICK OF HUMPHREYS >> COUNTY TEN. AND John B. Patrick born 1805 NC >> Children of Marah Sarah Henderson and Philip Thurman >> Benjamin Thurmond born 1736 in Goochland Co. St. James Parish >> > > > *************************************** > Visit the NCGenWeb Warren County website: > > > Visit the Warren County threaded Archives: > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message

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