Late 18th century marriage records
indicate the presence of: ANDERSON, Claiborne CLACK, Elizabeth 24 Jul 1753 ANDERSON, Churchill HALL, Rebecca 07 Apr 1779 SHORT, Anderson SHORT, Mabel 20 Feb 1800 WESSON, Anderson WESSON, Jincy 04 Dec 1806 JOHNSON, Anderson GREENHILL, Cathrine C. 08 Nov 1808 ANDERSON, Nathan PRITCHETT, Elizabeth 29 Dec 1810 ANDERSON, Caleb JAMES, Frances L. 05 Mar 1810
18th century Virginia land patents
indicate the presence of: Francis 12/01/1740 Brunswick CO 472a north side Cub Creek north side Sandy Creek patents 19/899 Francis 06/01/1741 Brunswick Co 200a north side of Stanton River below mouth of Cub Creek patents 19/964 John 05/15/1722 Brunswick Co 2811a co-patent Robert Munford patents 11/88
1810 Virginia Census
Name County Page Family Statistics None
Francis Anderson was from King and Queen County is a descendant of the Richard Anderson family of the York River Watershed. John Anderson originated south of the James River in Charles City County and is a son of Reynard Anderson.
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