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    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: available records
    2. Janice Patterson
    3. Curious coincidence -- your Absalom Hurst had property adjoining that of my Conrad Beaver! Both bought from John Leman/Lemon/Lemmon! But, no Hursts married into my Beaver family. ---- *Janice Patterson* *401 Bounty Way #162* *Avon Lake, OH 44012* *home phone: 440-653-5351* jan.b.patterson@gmail.com On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 2:15 PM Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen < pattitwirler@comcast.net> wrote: > > David McCARTY b abt 1740 prob VA- d abt 1800 Caroline co, VA > > wife may have been Sarah Jane MORTON b Abt 1758-d abt 1840 > > children born Shenandoah Co, VA > 1772-1792 > Catherine "Caty"- married Absalom HURST > Nancy- married Jesse HURST > John - married Elizabeth Ellen JONEs > Mary "Molly"- married John HURST > James- married Keziah lnu > Elizabeth "Betsey"-married John SKELTON > Sarah "Sally" married Joseph SKELTON > Thomas-married Phebe lnu > William- married Ann LANHAM > > QUESTIONS > > 1. I have not found one document in Virginia for David McCARTY. I read > every McCARTY book about the south but this David does not show up at all. > 2. I have not found anything about David McCARTY'S PARENTS > 3. I have not found any record for marriage- were there at least 2 wives? > 3. I have not found records for births, baptisms, funerals > 4. I have not found land records . > 5. How can a man live in Virginia 1740- and not leave a trail of > documentation? > > I am very frustrated and would appreciate suggestions and resources for > this family. > > Thanks, > Patti > > > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/shenandoah@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > >

    08/11/2019 06:33:29
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: Edwards & Lehew
    2. Julie
    3. thank you Shirley!! On Thursday, August 8, 2019, 07:39:36 AM PDT, Shirley Starks <sstarks@tampabay.rr.com> wrote: I keep changing my mind if this would be helpful .. or not.    I did not do this research.  I located it on a Geocities webpage.  Julie has always been a huge help with any Lehew. Also, remember that several counties which now exist were once in Frederick Co, VA.  About 1835 - 1837, Warren Co, was separated from Frederick Co. Shirley ---- This website below was no longer there when I tried it. http://www.geocities.com/watsgw1155/lahue/aqwg02.htm#4382 Frederick County, Virginia, Court Land Book 1, page 228, Peter EDWARDS and Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth LEHEW vs Daniel HENRY & Edward JENNINGS, Defendants Frederick County, Virginia, Court Land book 2, page 232-233, Frederick County, In obedience of two orders of Frederick March Court 1801 directing the surveyor of Frederick county to go upon the Lands in controversy between Peter EDWARDS Lessee, Plt. & Daniel HENRY Defendant and likewise between Vincent OWENS lessee Plt & Solomon VANMETER Deft on the 19th of May next and survey etc. I accordingly met & proceeded to Survey as described by the Plat at the request of the Defts by the direction of their attorney Mr. Obed WAIT. Beginning a A. a white oak shewed by Spencer LEHEW as the Beginning Corner of his father, Peter LEHEWs land. Running thence with 3.5 degree variation N26.5E 410 poles to three pine Stumps an acknowledged Corner, thence with 2 degree variation S2E 348 poles to a white oak stump shewed by Spence LEHEW and Cap't Thomas BUCK to be the third corner of said Land; thence with 5 degree variation S85West 194 poles to the Beginning. containing two hundred and twelve & one half acres. I then proceeded to Survey John LEHEW'S part No. 1 said to Contain fifty one acres according the courses and Boundaries as shewed by Capt. Thomas BUCK & Capt John HICKMAN allowing 1.5 degree variations which is described by the black Lines from 1 to 2 &ct to 11 which contains fifty five and one quarter Acres. I than Ran the meanders of the Old Road as shewed by John FEATHERINGAIL & Doctor Moses PAYNE Beginning at 1 and with the black dotted line to 12. I then laid off what is called JONES's one and one half acre Lott as described at Red 1 then No. 2 on the south of the Old Road from 1 to 12 thence to  A thence with the Line from A taken until it intersects JONES's Lott and with that to 1. appears to be the land devised to Frances LEHEW and contains twenty nine acres. I then laid off what is called MILLER's one and a quarter Acre Lott, as described by the plat at red 3 by the red lines allowing 2 degree variation according to the courses and distances from a corner white oak and Gum Stump at 7 (?) shown by Capt John HICKMAN. No 3 from 1 in the Old Road & with the Lines of No. 1 to MILLER's line and with MILLER's line TO THE back, OR WESTERNMOST Line, and with that to 12, in the Old Road and with the Old Road to 1, appears to be the Land whereas Peter LEHEW lived, and devised to his son, David LEHEW, which including red 2. 4. 5. 6. & 7 containing thirty acres. No. 4 appears to be the Land devised to Jeremiah LEHEW & appears to contain forty five acres. No. 5 appears to be the Land Laid off for William LEHEW, and appears to contain thirty eight acres. The red lines at red 2 is the four Acres of Land Laid down in John BROWN's plat, at the forks of the road/river (hard to read) at the request of the Plt. Peter EDWARDS. Red 4. 5. 6. & 7 contains Seven acres of Land in the forks of the road adjoining MILLER's Line & the westernmost Line to 12 the Old Road viz 5 four acres and 4. 6. & 7 one acres each. No 6 appears to contain twelve & one half acres, and is now in the possession of Thomas MARTIN. Jonas BALDWIN & Thomas ADAMS CC. Sworn Hezekiah Turner S.F.C. May 30th 1801.         Elizabeth married Peter Edwards. Peter was born 1762 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He died after 13 Aug 1832 in Frederick County, Virginia. Frederick County, Virginia, County Court Land Book No. 1, Page 232-233, Frederick County, In obedience of two orders of Frederick March Court 1801 directing the surveyor of Frederick county to go upon the Lands in controversy between Peter EDWARDS Lessee, Plt. & Daniel HENRY Def’t and likewise between Vincent OWENS lessee Plt & Solomon VANMETER Deft on the 19th of May next and survey &tc. I accordingly met & proceeded to Survey as described by the Plat at the request of the Defts by the direction of their attorney Mr. Obed WAIT. Beginning a A. a white oak shewed by Spencer LEHEW as the Begin’g Corner of his father, Peter LEHEWs land. Running thence with 3.5 degree variation N26.5E 410p’s to B three pine Stumps an acknowledged Corner, thence with 2 degree variation S2E 348 p’s to C a white oak stump shewed by Spence LEHEW and Cap’t Thomas BUCK to be the third corner of said Land; thence with 5 degree variation S85West 194 p’s to the Begin’g. containing two hundred and twelve & one half acres. I then proceeded to Survey John LEHEW’S part No. 1 said to Contain fifty one acres according the courses and Boundaries as shewed by Capt. Thomas BUCK & Capt John HICKMAN allowing 1.5 degree variations which is described by the black Lines from 1 to 2 &ct to 11 which contains fifty five and one quarter Acres. I than Ran the meanders of the Old Road as shewed by John FEATHERINGAIL & Doctor Moses PAYNE Begin’g at 1 and with the black dotted line to 12. I then laid off what is called JONES’s one and one half acre Lott as...... 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    08/10/2019 03:44:50
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Deeds
    2. Julie
    3. that is a good point.   would you have to be there in person to turn in the deed, to file it with the court?or could you give it to someone else to file it? I would assume when they say Mr & Mrs (of  xyz county) that would mean they lived in that county at the time of the first date on the deed    - do you agree??             - I've got another daughter, Hannah, where it says she and George Grove (of Culpepper co)  this is not narrowing down where I need to look, lol - but it's interesting :-) thank youjulie On Thursday, August 8, 2019, 7:21:12 AM PDT, warnercaldwell--- via SHENANDOAH <shenandoah@rootsweb.com> wrote: I disagree. Land ownership does not prove residency. I have a Burnett owning land in 1635 in Jamestown. I still don't know if he was there then or just a long distance land owner. The same thing with proving residency in FL by 1845 for the Florida Pioneer Certificate. Ownership does not prove the individual was present. Doug In a message dated 8/8/2019 4:11:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, shenandoah-request@rootsweb.com writes: Thank youthat was what I was trying to figure out, when they were in the county.so if you were the one selling the land you were there on the first date, if you were the one buying you were there both dates, probably permanently the second one    thank you William! _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/shenandoah@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/08/2019 08:58:44
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Edwards & Lehew
    2. Shirley Starks
    3. I keep changing my mind if this would be helpful .. or not.    I did not do this research.  I located it on a Geocities webpage.  Julie has always been a huge help with any Lehew. Also, remember that several counties which now exist were once in Frederick Co, VA.  About 1835 - 1837, Warren Co, was separated from Frederick Co. Shirley ---- This website below was no longer there when I tried it. http://www.geocities.com/watsgw1155/lahue/aqwg02.htm#4382 Frederick County, Virginia, Court Land Book 1, page 228, Peter EDWARDS and Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth LEHEW vs Daniel HENRY & Edward JENNINGS, Defendants Frederick County, Virginia, Court Land book 2, page 232-233, Frederick County, In obedience of two orders of Frederick March Court 1801 directing the surveyor of Frederick county to go upon the Lands in controversy between Peter EDWARDS Lessee, Plt. & Daniel HENRY Defendant and likewise between Vincent OWENS lessee Plt & Solomon VANMETER Deft on the 19th of May next and survey etc. I accordingly met & proceeded to Survey as described by the Plat at the request of the Defts by the direction of their attorney Mr. Obed WAIT. Beginning a A. a white oak shewed by Spencer LEHEW as the Beginning Corner of his father, Peter LEHEWs land. Running thence with 3.5 degree variation N26.5E 410 poles to three pine Stumps an acknowledged Corner, thence with 2 degree variation S2E 348 poles to a white oak stump shewed by Spence LEHEW and Cap't Thomas BUCK to be the third corner of said Land; thence with 5 degree variation S85West 194 poles to the Beginning. containing two hundred and twelve & one half acres. I then proceeded to Survey John LEHEW'S part No. 1 said to Contain fifty one acres according the courses and Boundaries as shewed by Capt. Thomas BUCK & Capt John HICKMAN allowing 1.5 degree variations which is described by the black Lines from 1 to 2 &ct to 11 which contains fifty five and one quarter Acres. I than Ran the meanders of the Old Road as shewed by John FEATHERINGAIL & Doctor Moses PAYNE Beginning at 1 and with the black dotted line to 12. I then laid off what is called JONES's one and one half acre Lott as described at Red 1 then No. 2 on the south of the Old Road from 1 to 12 thence to  A thence with the Line from A taken until it intersects JONES's Lott and with that to 1. appears to be the land devised to Frances LEHEW and contains twenty nine acres. I then laid off what is called MILLER's one and a quarter Acre Lott, as described by the plat at red 3 by the red lines allowing 2 degree variation according to the courses and distances from a corner white oak and Gum Stump at 7 (?) shown by Capt John HICKMAN. No 3 from 1 in the Old Road & with the Lines of No. 1 to MILLER's line and with MILLER's line TO THE back, OR WESTERNMOST Line, and with that to 12, in the Old Road and with the Old Road to 1, appears to be the Land whereas Peter LEHEW lived, and devised to his son, David LEHEW, which including red 2. 4. 5. 6. & 7 containing thirty acres. No. 4 appears to be the Land devised to Jeremiah LEHEW & appears to contain forty five acres. No. 5 appears to be the Land Laid off for William LEHEW, and appears to contain thirty eight acres. The red lines at red 2 is the four Acres of Land Laid down in John BROWN's plat, at the forks of the road/river (hard to read) at the request of the Plt. Peter EDWARDS. Red 4. 5. 6. & 7 contains Seven acres of Land in the forks of the road adjoining MILLER's Line & the westernmost Line to 12 the Old Road viz 5 four acres and 4. 6. & 7 one acres each. No 6 appears to contain twelve & one half acres, and is now in the possession of Thomas MARTIN. Jonas BALDWIN & Thomas ADAMS CC. Sworn Hezekiah Turner S.F.C. May 30th 1801.         Elizabeth married Peter Edwards. Peter was born 1762 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He died after 13 Aug 1832 in Frederick County, Virginia. Frederick County, Virginia, County Court Land Book No. 1, Page 232-233, Frederick County, In obedience of two orders of Frederick March Court 1801 directing the surveyor of Frederick county to go upon the Lands in controversy between Peter EDWARDS Lessee, Plt. & Daniel HENRY Def’t and likewise between Vincent OWENS lessee Plt & Solomon VANMETER Deft on the 19th of May next and survey &tc. I accordingly met & proceeded to Survey as described by the Plat at the request of the Defts by the direction of their attorney Mr. Obed WAIT. Beginning a A. a white oak shewed by Spencer LEHEW as the Begin’g Corner of his father, Peter LEHEWs land. Running thence with 3.5 degree variation N26.5E 410p’s to B three pine Stumps an acknowledged Corner, thence with 2 degree variation S2E 348 p’s to C a white oak stump shewed by Spence LEHEW and Cap’t Thomas BUCK to be the third corner of said Land; thence with 5 degree variation S85West 194 p’s to the Begin’g. containing two hundred and twelve & one half acres. I then proceeded to Survey John LEHEW’S part No. 1 said to Contain fifty one acres according the courses and Boundaries as shewed by Capt. Thomas BUCK & Capt John HICKMAN allowing 1.5 degree variations which is described by the black Lines from 1 to 2 &ct to 11 which contains fifty five and one quarter Acres. I than Ran the meanders of the Old Road as shewed by John FEATHERINGAIL & Doctor Moses PAYNE Begin’g at 1 and with the black dotted line to 12. I then laid off what is called JONES’s one and one half acre Lott as...... END QUOTE

    08/08/2019 08:39:17
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: SHENANDOAH Digest, Vol 14, Issue 2
    2. I disagree. Land ownership does not prove residency. I have a Burnett owning land in 1635 in Jamestown. I still don't know if he was there then or just a long distance land owner. The same thing with proving residency in FL by 1845 for the Florida Pioneer Certificate. Ownership does not prove the individual was present. Doug In a message dated 8/8/2019 4:11:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, shenandoah-request@rootsweb.com writes: Thank youthat was what I was trying to figure out, when they were in the county.so if you were the one selling the land you were there on the first date, if you were the one buying you were there both dates, probably permanently the second one    thank you William!

    08/08/2019 08:20:51
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: dates on deeds - and the witnesses
    2. Julie
    3. Thank you that was what I was trying to figure out, when they were in the county.so if you were the one selling the land you were there on the first date, if you were the one buying you were there both dates, probably permanently the second one    thank you William! On Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 10:15:30 PM PDT, William Houyouse <4065houyoux@gmail.com> wrote: Elizabeth inherits it in 1754 but that does not mean she lived there.  The witnesses would have signed it when it was written in 1804. On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 12:17 AM Julie via SHENANDOAH < shenandoah@rootsweb.com> wrote: > so I understand that the first date is the one the document was written, > 1804, and the last date is the date it was turned in to the courthouse, 1815 > So, when were Peter & Elizabeth in Frederick Co? > and the people who witnessed it, when did they sign it?  in 1804 or 1815? > > - thanks for the help!Julie > EDWARDS, PETER & his wife ELIZABETH (of Frederick Co VA) – 13 Sep 1804, 4 > Sep 1815 – Sale of Property – sold to Charles TurnerMASTIN for $10 a lot > containing 16 poles & 2/10 of pole with all its appurtenances, situated in > Front Royal, at the stake corner to the MethodistMeeting House, line of > Hayner, line between Rubin MOORE & Wm. RAYNOLDS Frederick Co, VA, it being > part of a larger tract granted to Wm. RUSSELL on 7Dec 1735 and he conveyed > 400a of it to Christopher MARR and he sold 200a of itto Peter LEHEW and he > on 2nd Feb 1754 by hislast will bequeath this portion to his daughter the > said Elizabeth EDWARDS, Peter EDWARDS & Elizabeth “X” EDWARDS, Wit: > Strother G. Settle, John Hickman, JamesMoore, Henry Frost & Thomas Buck, > received by James Keith CC; Book 37, 289. > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/shenandoah@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/shenandoah@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/07/2019 05:37:54
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: available records
    2. Janice Patterson
    3. Here's a quick answer--work backwards through the Hursts -- someone knew him, bought property, sold property, attended church, etc. My wild guess is that his surname has been mangled in many records. (I'm fresh off the path of a woman whose maiden name may have been Marr, Moore, Morris, Morrow, or Marrow -- see what I mean?) ---- *Janice Patterson* *401 Bounty Way #162* *Avon Lake, OH 44012* *home phone: 440-653-5351* jan.b.patterson@gmail.com On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 2:15 PM Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen < pattitwirler@comcast.net> wrote: > > David McCARTY b abt 1740 prob VA- d abt 1800 Caroline co, VA > > wife may have been Sarah Jane MORTON b Abt 1758-d abt 1840 > > children born Shenandoah Co, VA > 1772-1792 > Catherine "Caty"- married Absalom HURST > Nancy- married Jesse HURST > John - married Elizabeth Ellen JONEs > Mary "Molly"- married John HURST > James- married Keziah lnu > Elizabeth "Betsey"-married John SKELTON > Sarah "Sally" married Joseph SKELTON > Thomas-married Phebe lnu > William- married Ann LANHAM > > QUESTIONS > > 1. I have not found one document in Virginia for David McCARTY. I read > every McCARTY book about the south but this David does not show up at all. > 2. I have not found anything about David McCARTY'S PARENTS > 3. I have not found any record for marriage- were there at least 2 wives? > 3. I have not found records for births, baptisms, funerals > 4. I have not found land records . > 5. How can a man live in Virginia 1740- and not leave a trail of > documentation? > > I am very frustrated and would appreciate suggestions and resources for > this family. > > Thanks, > Patti > > > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/shenandoah@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > >

    08/06/2019 12:58:20
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: available records
    2. Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen
    3. David McCARTY b abt 1740 prob VA- d abt 1800 Caroline co, VA wife may have been Sarah Jane MORTON b Abt 1758-d abt 1840 children born Shenandoah Co, VA 1772-1792 Catherine "Caty"- married Absalom HURST Nancy- married Jesse HURST John - married Elizabeth Ellen JONEs Mary "Molly"- married John HURST James- married Keziah lnu Elizabeth "Betsey"-married John SKELTON Sarah "Sally" married Joseph SKELTON Thomas-married Phebe lnu William- married Ann LANHAM QUESTIONS 1. I have not found one document in Virginia for David McCARTY. I read every McCARTY book about the south but this David does not show up at all. 2. I have not found anything about David McCARTY'S PARENTS 3. I have not found any record for marriage- were there at least 2 wives? 3. I have not found records for births, baptisms, funerals 4. I have not found land records . 5. How can a man live in Virginia 1740- and not leave a trail of documentation? I am very frustrated and would appreciate suggestions and resources for this family. Thanks, Patti

    08/06/2019 12:15:47
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: dates on deeds - and the witnesses
    2. William Houyouse
    3. Elizabeth inherits it in 1754 but that does not mean she lived there. The witnesses would have signed it when it was written in 1804. On Tue, Aug 6, 2019 at 12:17 AM Julie via SHENANDOAH < shenandoah@rootsweb.com> wrote: > so I understand that the first date is the one the document was written, > 1804, and the last date is the date it was turned in to the courthouse, 1815 > So, when were Peter & Elizabeth in Frederick Co? > and the people who witnessed it, when did they sign it? in 1804 or 1815? > > - thanks for the help!Julie > EDWARDS, PETER & his wife ELIZABETH (of Frederick Co VA) – 13 Sep 1804, 4 > Sep 1815 – Sale of Property – sold to Charles TurnerMASTIN for $10 a lot > containing 16 poles & 2/10 of pole with all itsappurtenances, situated in > Front Royal, at the stake corner to the MethodistMeeting House, line of > Hayner, line between Rubin MOORE & Wm. RAYNOLDSFrederick Co, VA, it being > part of a larger tract granted to Wm. RUSSELL on 7Dec 1735 and he conveyed > 400a of it to Christopher MARR and he sold 200a of itto Peter LEHEW and he > on 2nd Feb 1754 by hislast will bequeath this portion to his daughter the > said Elizabeth EDWARDS, Peter EDWARDS & Elizabeth “X” EDWARDS, Wit: > Strother G. Settle, John Hickman, JamesMoore, Henry Frost & Thomas Buck, > received by James Keith CC; Book 37, 289. > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/shenandoah@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    08/06/2019 08:32:29
    1. [SHENANDOAH] dates on deeds - and the witnesses
    2. Julie
    3. so I understand that the first date is the one the document was written, 1804, and the last date is the date it was turned in to the courthouse, 1815 So, when were Peter & Elizabeth in Frederick Co?   and the people who witnessed it, when did they sign it?  in 1804 or 1815? - thanks for the help!Julie EDWARDS, PETER & his wife ELIZABETH (of Frederick Co VA) – 13 Sep 1804, 4 Sep 1815 – Sale of Property – sold to Charles TurnerMASTIN for $10 a lot containing 16 poles & 2/10 of pole with all itsappurtenances, situated in Front Royal, at the stake corner to the MethodistMeeting House, line of Hayner, line between Rubin MOORE & Wm. RAYNOLDSFrederick Co, VA, it being part of a larger tract granted to Wm. RUSSELL on 7Dec 1735 and he conveyed 400a of it to Christopher MARR and he sold 200a of itto Peter LEHEW and he on 2nd Feb 1754 by hislast will bequeath this portion to his daughter the said Elizabeth EDWARDS, Peter EDWARDS & Elizabeth “X” EDWARDS, Wit: Strother G. Settle, John Hickman, JamesMoore, Henry Frost & Thomas Buck, received by James Keith CC; Book 37, 289.

    08/05/2019 10:17:28
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: BENJAMIN FULLOM/UM (and Variants)
    2. Janice Patterson
    3. I do not have any specific help for your Fullum search, only some general ideas that might be helpful. First, I note that the Benjamin Fulloms living in Washington Co., PA, 1840-1880, are generally shown as having been born in PA and as either black or mulatto, in most cases. This leads me to think that their connections to Virginia Fulloms may be very distant, so I suggest concentration on Washington Co., PA from its inception as a PA (not VA) location. I also suggest looking closely at all censuses that have the Fullums and make year-to-year comparisons: who are their neighbors? same neighbors a decade earlier or later? how many blacks/mulattos are shown as living in the area? is it possible to guess what Fullums did for a living? did they report enough property to suggest there would be deeds? when/where did they marry? what churches exist in Wash. Co. that they may have attended? where are they (and their neighbors) buried? The townships of Washington Co., where I find Fullums are on the West Virginia border so records there (esp. after it became a state) could also be useful. Here are two reference books that might be useful -- you will need to find a person in US who can do a look-up, however. (I'm not near enough a library that has them to be your helper.) Bell, Raymond M. Black Persons in Early Washington County, Pennsylvania. Washington, PA: R. M. Bell, 1978. 8p. /GC 974.801 W27bc/ Negro Register, 1792-1851, Washington County, Pennsylvania. [Washington County, PA]: s. n., [1974]. 50p. Index. /GC 974.801 W27wan Oversize/ ---- *Janice Patterson* *401 Bounty Way #162* *Avon Lake, OH 44012* *home phone: 440-653-5351* jan.b.patterson@gmail.com On Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 2:46 AM, dianna charles <diamonddi57@optusnet.com.au > wrote: > Hi List > I’m hoping to find more information on BENJAMIN FULLOM who served in the > MILITIA in 1758, Frederick County VA. > > 1760 VIRGINIA Census consulted. Nothing specific on Benjamin FULLUM, some > other variant name spellings. > > Where can I look for the Tithables/Tithes/Taxes paid by the people of > FREDERICK county in and around 1758 please or ANY information on BENJAMIN > FULLOM who served in the MILITIA in 1758, Frederick County, I’m really > stuck with him and I would like to find out more on his time in Frederick > county VA if possible. > > DID HE PAY TITHES/TAXES WHILST LIVING THERE!!!! > > 1778 April 29 Benjamin FULLUM Court proceedings on: Virginia court > records in Southwestern Pennsylvania: records of the District of West > Augusta and Ohio and Yohogania Counties, Virginia, 1775-1780 by Boyd > Crumrine > > Benjamin Fullum vs William Johnston & John McCornish. About 11 References > to Benjamin in the above records. > > > > Big gap of 20 years to fill 1758-1778. Don’t know if he moved into > Virginia from another State, Came from overseas, indentured, free coloured > person!! > > > > The FULLUMS are living in Washington County PA after 1783 (Tax lists etc) > > > > Really need some help with finding more information on BENJAMIN FULLOM > please. Kind regards Dianna from Australia > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwIFaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=o8MPFGhOQ-jQl5l5n3q9NMKPyb-ig0RdOsnjBK_vjvk&s=M-rq6tz-mr1B_zSECpU2DliIigFwprbwu7MJBwgciho&e= > > Unsubscribe and Archives https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__mailinglists.rootsweb&d=DwIFaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=o8MPFGhOQ-jQl5l5n3q9NMKPyb-ig0RdOsnjBK_vjvk&s=erWqRxzcEqfxdCZIti3NNg0H6kGHvj2FHlUvFjey8CQ&e=. > com/listindexes/search/shenandoah/ > > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwIFaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=o8MPFGhOQ-jQl5l5n3q9NMKPyb-ig0RdOsnjBK_vjvk&s=v5ZOcHW0XFlyEReqTRjdHU7--XWXm0AuRH5lNG4Fjqc&e= Terms and Conditions: > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwIFaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=o8MPFGhOQ-jQl5l5n3q9NMKPyb-ig0RdOsnjBK_vjvk&s=aRfdYa17b6-J3hZhpcp6iHKjxQlwXSMxeQF4sCMIdZ4&e= > > Rootsweb Blog: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__rootsweb.blog&d=DwIFaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=o8MPFGhOQ-jQl5l5n3q9NMKPyb-ig0RdOsnjBK_vjvk&s=l5BFFQNgPyMCxnTpt7_8a2KEjtonROXvmyDRQc2DRX0&e= > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    07/15/2018 12:38:50
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: [SHENANDOAH McCARTY
    2. Carole, What 1775 census are you referring to? Think you mean Caroline County, Virginia not Carolina. Both the Grantee & Grantor Deeds should clarify this. PLUS 1782 the Personal Property Tax and Land Tax lists begin You have several years to see when it was listed as David McCarty then David McCarty est (estate) he has died or declared incompetent. Until it is sold/transferred it is listed as the Admin for the Est/estate. Often the widow. Is Carolina Co. VA a Burned County? Library of Virginia (LVA) now calls them Lost Counties.They have online the collection of found records searchable by county. Don't forget to check the Chancery Court Cases online at LVA. Search counties you know they lived in then. The expand this search until you're tired of searching - NAUGHT You do want to find everything about them RIGHT. Ignore the Case info entry windows and go to the bottom and use the top surname entry window. You can down load the total case file or print pages. Hope you find them. Phyllis -----Original Message----- From: JACK HACKER <cajalz@comcast.net> To: Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen <pattitwirler@comcast.net>; shenandoah <shenandoah@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sat, Jul 14, 2018 5:53 pm Subject: [SHENANDOAH] Re: [SHENANDOAH McCARTY Hi Patti, My ancestors came from Shenandoah so I have lots of data. I did find the Carolina land sale after David McCarty died. I do not know if he died there or just had land located there. Have not found any info about David and Sarah yet. Remember that Shenandoah county was earlier parts Frederick county, Augusta county, then Dunsmore county then Shenandoah county. I see lots of info on David's children but do not know what you have or what you need. Early on (1770s) I see Darby and wife Hannah McCarty, Isaac McCarty, Enoch McCarty but no David. 1775 census lists a William McCarty. So the McCarty were in what is now Shenandoah. John Hurst married Molly McCarty on 10 Apr 1789 Jesse Hurst married Nancy McCarty on 10 Feb 1795 Do you want more data? Have lots of land records. Carole > On July 14, 2018 at 10:03 AM Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen <pattitwirler@comcast.net> wrote: > > > I need help finding any records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County, VA during this time period. > xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > David McCARTY b abt 1740 where? - d abt Sept 1800 Caroline co, VA > m. abt 1769 where ? > Sarah Jane MORTON abt 1758 > > Children born Shenandoah Co, VA > Catherine 1772- m. Hurst > Nancy 1773- m. Hurst > John 1775 > Mary "Molly" 1777- m. Hurst > James 1780 > Elizabeth "Betsy" 1780- m. Skelton > Sarah "Sally" 1781 - m. Skelton > Thomas 1782 > William 1788 > > David McCarty purchased land in Caroline county from Ruben Monday and heirs sol that land in 1800 to John > Gray > > The only record I can find is a taxes paid when heirs sold the lane in 1800. > > I need help finding records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County during this time period. > > Thanks, > Patti > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=WyzNLv4kmVyJRy7fKMcIbIvWZbGR3objSHbpwLJ2IfE&e= > > Unsubscribe and Archives https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/search/shenandoah/ > > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=fnPLgbyRvhK8-sxL-62rAZHLDtQdJ3AAaFAUCN8dbj0&e= Terms and Conditions: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=qNd3hgsp0SImBxV2QHHbnhTFCutdfGb3G7Lq0fyfNvA&e= > > Rootsweb Blog: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__rootsweb.blog&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=wqXyzVHcF9q-epeTlnPnA8bPh_70S8aFGuPSXQmYQIM&e= > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=pIk8pdvZxVGU9hmrK1HMeVwQgOlCSPh1w45IZH0qB1A&s=4F_euZilqlTXj2OCosJU6VdP9cOFWS1CJEdrLFTIVDo&e= Unsubscribe and Archives https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/search/shenandoah/ Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=pIk8pdvZxVGU9hmrK1HMeVwQgOlCSPh1w45IZH0qB1A&s=JCvcx54vrbzGnJIq9hzEeJ4ffQ_RQQTqPZtFAKYFUVQ&e= Terms and Conditions: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=pIk8pdvZxVGU9hmrK1HMeVwQgOlCSPh1w45IZH0qB1A&s=GprpD25VVqi0Zf06kI_rJ93yhyq-9I9bKsOt34Cvp9E&e= Rootsweb Blog: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__rootsweb.blog&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=pIk8pdvZxVGU9hmrK1HMeVwQgOlCSPh1w45IZH0qB1A&s=48fDIVdlvfCVJ_jQe3VILkK9VXIqXNCdbtJeIGDGSM0&e= RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    07/14/2018 07:46:32
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: [SHENANDOAH McCARTY
    2. JACK HACKER
    3. Hi Patti, My ancestors came from Shenandoah so I have lots of data. I did find the Carolina land sale after David McCarty died. I do not know if he died there or just had land located there. Have not found any info about David and Sarah yet. Remember that Shenandoah county was earlier parts Frederick county, Augusta county, then Dunsmore county then Shenandoah county. I see lots of info on David's children but do not know what you have or what you need. Early on (1770s) I see Darby and wife Hannah McCarty, Isaac McCarty, Enoch McCarty but no David. 1775 census lists a William McCarty. So the McCarty were in what is now Shenandoah. John Hurst married Molly McCarty on 10 Apr 1789 Jesse Hurst married Nancy McCarty on 10 Feb 1795 Do you want more data? Have lots of land records. Carole > On July 14, 2018 at 10:03 AM Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen <pattitwirler@comcast.net> wrote: > > > I need help finding any records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County, VA during this time period. > xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > David McCARTY b abt 1740 where? - d abt Sept 1800 Caroline co, VA > m. abt 1769 where ? > Sarah Jane MORTON abt 1758 > > Children born Shenandoah Co, VA > Catherine 1772- m. Hurst > Nancy 1773- m. Hurst > John 1775 > Mary "Molly" 1777- m. Hurst > James 1780 > Elizabeth "Betsy" 1780- m. Skelton > Sarah "Sally" 1781 - m. Skelton > Thomas 1782 > William 1788 > > David McCarty purchased land in Caroline county from Ruben Monday and heirs sol that land in 1800 to John > Gray > > The only record I can find is a taxes paid when heirs sold the lane in 1800. > > I need help finding records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County during this time period. > > Thanks, > Patti > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=WyzNLv4kmVyJRy7fKMcIbIvWZbGR3objSHbpwLJ2IfE&e= > > Unsubscribe and Archives https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/search/shenandoah/ > > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=fnPLgbyRvhK8-sxL-62rAZHLDtQdJ3AAaFAUCN8dbj0&e= Terms and Conditions: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=qNd3hgsp0SImBxV2QHHbnhTFCutdfGb3G7Lq0fyfNvA&e= > > Rootsweb Blog: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__rootsweb.blog&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=mr6LLWJHtrbqY8ISiP4qt0TBBGYQ72bXu2dI_Cf13kg&s=wqXyzVHcF9q-epeTlnPnA8bPh_70S8aFGuPSXQmYQIM&e= > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    07/14/2018 03:51:00
    1. [SHENANDOAH] SHENANDOAH deeds
    2. Ann Newsom
    3. On 7/14/2018 10:03 AM, Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen wrote: > I need help finding any records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County, VA during this time period. If you are looking for deeds try the Family Search site: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ident.familysearch.org_cis-2Dweb_oauth2_v3_authorization-3Fclient-5Fsecret-3DU15QGcEPYjxHrLiT5DtkGAbfu2GESLy4UZI0u9Mk68mJ-252BCUf1C2j9JYKeV1v3jxUjsuHYpfkrppkdEsZuW30pGEABD9hN1E51crRKZdwb113Nh7aaVonPPzT4iodNyReClG5fa40mxdSUs0DffP3QDSKkFrCLFmCWpRVuz-252Fml9xjEEZ4cQMMkt3XO6jXfVxgtlTOgFgs-252FbADWENXXgrieHDiaWTUs0amIhB4rXa79pf0gc2FOu1yabfhhceyojJupq8GcVTnUQDhfnKFGv-252BfLfi35OxVZN2FeiBc0ll0RrwA5wWZw2AiBNvX-252FZnk2CumU3NHTUXHazgkD6tqq0xTXg-253D-253D-26icid-3Dhr-2Dsignin-26response-5Ftype-3Dcode-26redirect-5Furi-3Dhttps-253A-252F-252Fwww.familysearch.org-252Fauth-252Ffamilysearch-252Fcallback-26state-3Dhttps-253A-252F-252Fwww.familysearch.org-252Fsearch-252Fark-253A-252F61903-252F3-253A1-253A3QS7-2D8987-2D2ZFT-26client-5Fid-3D3Z3L-2DZ4GK-2DJ7ZS-2DYT3Z-2DQ4KY-2DYN66-2DZX5K-2D176R&d=DwIDaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=19wxKdtJKloOXqSqsA49Gk79QNpINJHGJ8pYAc8hFFo&s=9Sai_CFPp4LUEyLJU3CdlWqC12Ju3VdbKzUhbPkA7wQ&e=  It is free but you have to sign up.  It is maintained by the Mormans.  I have a terrible time with web sites and can't seem to make it work, but some cousins did and found deeds from many counties in several states.  We did not look for any Virginia counties as we have those already.  If you can't make it work hopefully you will know someone who can. These were the instructions that a genealogy society sent : 1. Go to family search and log in 2. Select Search, then Catalog. 3. In the field “Place” enter: county, state 4. Click Search. 5. Select: “United States, state, county – Land and property (5)” I kept getting the message nothing found, but they made it work so don't give up. Good luck with your research. Ann Newsom Columbus, Ohio --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.avast.com_antivirus&d=DwIDaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=ZWZY6t9SlJAGHzF0TGPwxxVaeHbqsiOsbOkIUA5LDJ0&m=19wxKdtJKloOXqSqsA49Gk79QNpINJHGJ8pYAc8hFFo&s=mWHpvLXT2cjI5vHwW-t0bQbdEssUjg2Gzb1mL58kEQc&e=

    07/14/2018 12:31:57
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Re: [SHENANDOAH McCARTY
    2. Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen
    3. I need help finding any records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County, VA during this time period. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx David McCARTY b abt 1740 where? - d abt Sept 1800 Caroline co, VA m. abt 1769 where ? Sarah Jane MORTON abt 1758 Children born Shenandoah Co, VA Catherine 1772- m. Hurst Nancy 1773- m. Hurst John 1775 Mary "Molly" 1777- m. Hurst James 1780 Elizabeth "Betsy" 1780- m. Skelton Sarah "Sally" 1781 - m. Skelton Thomas 1782 William 1788 David McCarty purchased land in Caroline county from Ruben Monday and heirs sol that land in 1800 to John Gray The only record I can find is a taxes paid when heirs sold the lane in 1800. I need help finding records for this family who supposedly lived in Shenandoah County during this time period. Thanks, Patti

    07/14/2018 08:03:35
    1. [SHENANDOAH] BENJAMIN FULLOM/UM (and Variants)
    2. dianna charles
    3. Hi List I’m hoping to find more information on BENJAMIN FULLOM who served in the MILITIA in 1758, Frederick County VA. 1760 VIRGINIA Census consulted. Nothing specific on Benjamin FULLUM, some other variant name spellings. Where can I look for the Tithables/Tithes/Taxes paid by the people of FREDERICK county in and around 1758 please or ANY information on BENJAMIN FULLOM who served in the MILITIA in 1758, Frederick County, I’m really stuck with him and I would like to find out more on his time in Frederick county VA if possible. DID HE PAY TITHES/TAXES WHILST LIVING THERE!!!! 1778 April 29 Benjamin FULLUM Court proceedings on: Virginia court records in Southwestern Pennsylvania: records of the District of West Augusta and Ohio and Yohogania Counties, Virginia, 1775-1780 by Boyd Crumrine Benjamin Fullum vs William Johnston & John McCornish. About 11 References to Benjamin in the above records. Big gap of 20 years to fill 1758-1778. Don’t know if he moved into Virginia from another State, Came from overseas, indentured, free coloured person!! The FULLUMS are living in Washington County PA after 1783 (Tax lists etc) Really need some help with finding more information on BENJAMIN FULLOM please. Kind regards Dianna from Australia

    07/14/2018 12:46:53
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Northern neck OWENs
    2. Julie
    3. I just started a book - William Owens ca 1725-ca 1793 - his father and grandfather (Westmoreland, Prince William & Frederick Counties, VA) by Claude M. Owens, (c) 1995 In the preface he thanks people and libraries for their help and he mentions "Sally M. Byers, Dabneys, VA for a computer print-out of Northern Neck Owenses that also has assisted in locating original records" Does anyone know of this report/database? Julie

    09/17/2017 04:10:40
    1. [SHENANDOAH] Capias in Order books
    2. Julie
    3. So I went to the local FHC and found a Shenandoah co Order book abstracted.   There is an entry for Vincent Owens - then under it, it says The Same - so I typed what was in the entry above - which is below - but what is Capias??   Then I Googled it and it says the below - so if the defendant was there because of the court order, why does it say he wasn't found????   a capias warrant is essentially an order to arrest and detain an individual for the purpose of guaranteeing a court appearance. Vincent OWENS Plt vs. Edward GREENSLIP Deft – In TAB.    The Defendant having returned on the Capias not found...on the motion of Plt. An alias Capias is granted him agst. Deft. ... (pg 313, 26 Feb 1784) SOURCE:  pg 123, Shenandoah Co. VA, Order Book 1781-1784, abstracted by A. Gilreath

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