Richard's son Charles inherited the Manor Plantation. He married Elizabeth, the dtr of Revolutionary soldier, Colonel Charles Wall, and they had 4 dtrs and a son.296
Charles Walden served in a number of battles during the Revolution.187
Charles Walden's will in 1829 leaves to wife Elizabeth Walden, and at mouth of Jaspers' creek on Staunton river along Thomas' Adams line fomerly Henry Ward's line to the old Pocket road on to Austin (formerly James Smith's line) to a mountain called Tinkers and onwards to a branch called Harry Hatchers. To Joel L. Adams and Richard T. Walden, the lower plantation on Staunton river, formerly belonging to Richard Walden sr. adj Callaway, along to Anderson corner, thence along Austin's line on Tinker's creek to James Andersons line (formerly James Callaway's) hence runing with May's line.
For benefit of daughter Martha Adams the tract of land on small branch above canoe landing along to Polly Snows'(formerly Vincent Snows) to the corner of Sophie Dobyns crossing Terrell's Mountian and McDonald's woods thence with Leftwich's lines, Daughter Tabitha H. Ward and Polly Walden, after death of his wife to have tract upon which he lived. To grandchildren James, John, Ravenscroft, Louisa, Sarah and Mildred Anderson, $1000 each in money. 133 acres on Back Creek in Cambpell Co and Bedford Co adj. Anderson, Parsell and Quarles to his three daughters. (Anderson family living just to the north of the Walden property)
Will wr 26 Sep 1829 Pr 19 Jul 1830 Pittsylvania Co VA187