Notes for Andrew Anderson
(1) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia, 1785-1813, "
Col. Thomas Hughart Chapter DAR, Augusta Co., VA (The McClure Co .,
Staunton, VA) p.14. LDS film #003
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood
(3) "Annals of Augusta County From 1726-1871," by Joseph Addison
(2nd ed., C. Russell Caldwell, Staunton, VA, 1902) p.332. LDS f
#1000,633, item 2.
(4) "Marriage Bonds, Virginia Genealogies and County Records," Vol .
by Annie Walker Burns, p.30.
(5) "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia,
from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800," by
Chalkley, (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1966). Vol. 2,
7,203-104,301,350,469, 471. Vol. 3, p.174,177,574,591. FHL #975.591/F
Cites: (a) Augusta Co., VA Deed Bk
(6) Will of Andrew Anderson dtd 28 May 1921, Augusta Co., VA Probat
Records, Vol. 14 1819-1827, p.258. FHL
(7) "Gleanings of Virginia History," by William Fletcher Boogher (1
p.114-115,321,322. FHL #975.5 H2b
(8) "Augusta County Marriages 1748-1840," by John Vogt & T.
Kethley Jr., p.32,264. FHL #975.5
(9) 1810 census index. Augusta Co.,
Birth: (7) c.1750, Augusta Co., VA, s/o John Anderson/Jean. 6th ch
(5) s/o John Anderson.
(9) Age over 45 in 1810 (b. 1765
Marriage to __ Crawford: (5) d/o George Crawford,
Marriage to Martha Crawford: (1,5,8) By the Rev. William Wilson, 1 3
1788, Augusta Co., VA. (3) (4,5,8) Bond dated 12 Mar 1788, Augusta
VA. Bondsman, John Miller. (7) His
Death: (6) Will dtd 29 May 1821. (7) Will probated 1823, Augusta Co
(7) Served as Ensign, Lieutenant, and Captain
(5) Revolutionary war declaration made Jul 1834 by Samuel Bell,
for pension from Augusta Co., VA, mentions service with Andrew
William Anderson, George Moffett, Joseph Patterson, John
Samuel McDowell, __ Arbuckle, Robert Renick, John Wilson ,
Mitchell, Joseph Brown, Thomas Smith, John Bell, George Craig ,
Fulton, Col. Campbell, Robert Kirk, James Bell, George Keller, company
Samuel Bell entered VA line on Continental establishment 8 Mar
ensign in Capt. McGuire's Co. attached to 16th Regiment commanded by
William Grayson. Promoted Lt. in Capt. Thos. Bell's Co. in same
Was at Battle of Brandywine, Germantown, Guilford, Hotwater. John
declaration 22 Dec 1834 mentions Capt. Thomas Smith, Capt.
Patterson, Lt. Andrew Anderson, Maj.
(3) 1781: Was stationed with his regiment at
(2) Aft. 1781: Was elected to represent Augusta Co., VA in the Hous e
Delegates, and served many years. (7) Served for many consecutive
in the VA House of Delegates from
(2) 1784, 12 Jun: Was living in Augusta
(5) 1785, 25 Jun: John Anderson deed to his son Andrew Anderson,
Delivered: William Anderson, the present owner, 8
(5) 1787, 20 Feb: His father left him a tract adjoining John
and some slaves, Augusta Co., VA.
(5a) 1790, 19 Oct: Andrew and Martha Anderson and James and
Allen deed to John Griner, Augusta Co., VA, part of a tract patented
John Anderson, dec'd, and by him conveyed in his lifetime to Andrew
(7) 1794: Was the Colonel in command of the militia of Augusta Co.
(5) 1812: Moody vs. Moody, Augusta Co., VA court. Andrew Moody d.
ca. 1810-1811 intestate, without wife or children. Andrew Moody Jr.
Barren Co., KY and his
brothers and sisters only heirs. Andrew Anderson administrator,
that Andrew Moody came to Augusta before the Revolutionary War
another person who called himself Andrew Anderson. Andrew Moody Jr.
Andrew Moody was an Irishman, was a citizen of VA and moved
(9) 1810: Andrew Anderson living in Augusta Co., VA: 1 male under 1 0
1800-1810); 1 male & 1 female 10-16 (b. 1794-1800); 1 mal e & 1
16-26 (b. 1784-1794); 1 male 16-45 (b. 1764-1784); 1 mal e & 1 female
(b. 1765 or before).
(5) 1811: Thomas McCarthy vs. Massingbird in Circuit Court. In 1798
Thomas McCarthy Sr., father of orator, bought of George
adjoining tracts on little Levels in Bath adjoining Chas.
William Hughes, Jno. McNeile, Wm. Poage, Jacob Kinneson,
Jno. McNeil, James Laird, 1010 acres. James Crawford of August a
270 acres. ... Suit was brought in District Court by heirs of
Crawford and judgment rendered for them for 270 acres. Deputy
Thos. Arbuckle surveyed 322 acres instead of 270 acres. ...
Crawford's representatives are, viz: Widow Mary Crawford and
viz: Sarah, James, William, John, Polly. Answer, 27 Jun 1 815, of
and Elizabeth Crawford, infants... James Crawford, father of Polly
Elizabeth, was eldest son and heir of George Crawford, who
intestate, as to said land. Col. Andrew Anderson deposes 29 Oct 1818
Staunton, VA at the tavern of Dabney Cosby, he married eldest daughter
George Crawford of Augusta. She died 12 Aug 1786 . George died
1780 and 1784. James was eldest son of George . Andrew knew Col.
Lewis who moved from Augusta to Greenbrier, and was son of Gen.
(6) 1821, 29 May: Wrote his will. Left to sons Robert, James, and
illiam "the plantation whereon I now live to be divided between them,
Robert's 200 acres bordering on a river and Crawford's line. Left his
Robert 8 slaves and "his horse and saddle as his own
Gave his son James 2 slaves. Gave daughter Sally and her husband
Ruff 3 slaves and "all the personal property they received at or
their marriage." Left to daughter Nancy and her husband William
two slaves and "all the personal property they received at or after
marriage." Left to grandchildren Susy Brown and George Brown $200
Son Robert executor.
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