Cumberland Co, VA records: "1751 - Church wardens of Southam Parish bind out Littleberry Epperson and Elizabeth Epperson."228
"The Douglas Register" from the records of births, marriages and deaths, as kept by the Rev William Douglas, from 1750 to 1797 of St James Northam Parish in Goochland Co, VA. On pages 380 to 385, there are records from King William Parish. These records are alphabetically arranged and are from the early 1700s.
Listed is: 6 Nov ____ Antoine, son William and Anne Apperson
20 Nov 1735 Estiene, son of David and Marie Perault
5 Sep 1728 Charle, son of Daniel and Marie Peroe228Index to Deeds - Charlotte County, Virginia, 1765-1881
May 7, 1770 - Wm Epperson from Charles Harris, DB 2, p 390
Nov 5, 1770 - Wm Epperson from David Logans, DB 2, p 340
Mar 3, 1783 - Wm Epperson to Wm Booker, DB 5, p 41228
Deed Book 4, Page 367: Deed: William Epperson & Martha Epperson to Littleberry Mosby. This Indenture made the 26th day of March in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and seventy between William Epperson and Martha his wife of the parish of Southam and the county of Cumberland of the one part and Littleberry Mosby of the same county and parish of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Epperson and Martha his wife for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and fourteen pounds ten shillings current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the said Littleberry Mosby the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged have granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant------286 acres bounded northwardly by Thomas Steger Eastwardly by John Mayo and Littleberry Mosby Southwardly by Thompson Swann and westwardly by John Parrot Stegar and all woods underwoods ways waters and water courses profits commodities hereditaments and --------At a court held for Cumberland County 26th March 1770 etc etc. (Thompson Swann, clerk of court)228
Surname also listed as “Perrow” by some sources.
In the book, "Huguenot Emigration to Virginia" edited and compiled for the Virginia Historical Society by R. A. Brock, org. pub. 1886, Richmond, VA; reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, on page 94 it lists the birth on 7th March 1736 of Anne Farsi, daughter of Estiene Farsi and of Marie, his wife; had for godfather, Daniel Pero (PERAULT); and for godmother, Anne APPERSON.228
Marriageabt 1729, Goochland Co, VA162,228
Marr MemoKing William Parish