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W. F. Shapard Tombstone
W. F. Shapard Tombstone
Bennett-Shapard Cemetery
Ringgold, Virginia 
 
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Walter Benton Bennett Death Certificate
Walter Benton Bennett Death Certificate
 
 
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Warren Stowe & Elizabeth Medlock Marriage License, 1816
Warren Stowe & Elizabeth Medlock Marriage License, 1816
“Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,” Online Database, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/). 
 
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Weaver Cotton Estate, Inventory and Appraisal, 1 May 1836, Coweta County, Georgia
Weaver Cotton Estate, Inventory and Appraisal, 1 May 1836, Coweta County, Georgia
"Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1990," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-30614-22706-80?cc=1999178&wc=M946-B66:1237315766 : accessed 04 Dec 2013), Coweta > Inventories and appraisements 1828-1854 vol A-B > image 67-70 of 552. 
 
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Weaver Cotton Estate, Returns, 1837-1839, Coweta County, Georgia
Weaver Cotton Estate, Returns, 1837-1839, Coweta County, Georgia
"Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1990," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1961-30617-16780-72?cc=1999178&wc=M946-BFF:n1946561781 : accessed 04 Dec 2013), Coweta > Returns and vouchers 1837-1850 vol B-C > images 37, 101-102 & 121 of 553. 
 
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Will of Charles Bennett
Will of Charles Bennett
Anderson County, SC, Will Book B, Page 235 
 
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Will of Jeremiah Cannon
Will of Jeremiah Cannon
 
 
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Will of John Bennett, Jr.
Will of John Bennett, Jr.
Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 1844
Son of John Bennett & Mary Lewis 
 
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Will of John Vass, 1755
Will of John Vass, 1755
Essex County, Virginia Will Book 10, Page 49 
 
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Will of John Vass,1755,Transcription
Will of John Vass,1755,Transcription
Essex County Virginia Will Book 10, Page 49 
 
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Will of Joseph Allen
Will of Joseph Allen
 
 
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Will of Lemuel Loftis
Will of Lemuel Loftis
Greenville County, South Carolina, Will Book B, Page 160-161 
 
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Will of Milner Bennett
Will of Milner Bennett
“North Carolina, Probate Records, 1735-1970,” Caswell County, North Carolina, Wills, Inventories, Settlements, 1814-1817, Vol. G, Page 6; digital image, FamilySearch (www.familysearch.org). 
 
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Will of Robert Wray
Will of Robert Wray
 
 
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Will of William Allen
Will of William Allen
 
 
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Will of William Bennett
Will of William Bennett
Pittsylvania County, Virginia
Son of Peter and Frances Bennett 
 
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Will of William H. Allen
Will of William H. Allen
 
 
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William and Rachel Bennet to Silvang Gardner
William and Rachel Bennet to Silvang Gardner
 
 
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William and Rachel Bennett to Thomas Tanner
William and Rachel Bennett to Thomas Tanner
 
 
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William Bennett Estate Sale, 1839
William Bennett Estate Sale, 1839
Jackson County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Inventories & Appraisments, Annual Returns & Vouchers, Sales Bills, 1830-1842, p. 437-439 
 
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William Early Bennett Death Certificate
William Early Bennett Death Certificate
 
 
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William Gilreath Will, 1834
William Gilreath Will, 1834
Wilkes County, North Carolina Will Book 4, Page 202 
 
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William H. Bennett & Augusta C. Shaw Marriage Record
William H. Bennett & Augusta C. Shaw Marriage Record
Arkansas. Saline County. Marriage Book A, p. 191 
 
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William K. Bennett to Bartlett Bennett, 1811
William K. Bennett to Bartlett Bennett, 1811
Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Deed Book 11, Page 238-239 
 
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William Pressly Saunders Death Certificate
William Pressly Saunders Death Certificate
 
 
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William Pressly Saunders Obituary
William Pressly Saunders Obituary
 
 
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William Shapard to Thomas Shapard & Francis Royster, Deed of Trust
William Shapard to Thomas Shapard & Francis Royster, Deed of Trust
Granville County, North Carolina Book T, p. 49-51 
 
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Wm Witcher Census List, 1785
Wm Witcher Census List, 1785
Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 1782 Census List, District of William Witcher 
 
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Yates Tavern from North
Yates Tavern from North
Many primitive features; stone basement shows floor construction above, of carefully selected joists in form of unhewn poles; construction of trimmer arch unusual; stone hearth supported on pole which rests in forked poles driven into earth; first floor divided into one large room and one narrow one, with sheathed-in stair projecting into latter but reached from former; all finish is sheathing, with open timbered ceiling; curious overhang at second-floor line caused by raising of roof at eaves. Originally the slope much steeper. (Later study of the roof and overhang resulted in the conclusion that its conformation was the original stylistic intent, rather than a later modification of the roof structure)
 
 
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Yates Tavern from Northeast
Yates Tavern from Northeast
Many primitive features; stone basement shows floor construction above, of carefully selected joists in form of unhewn poles; construction of trimmer arch unusual; stone hearth supported on pole which rests in forked poles driven into earth; first floor divided into one large room and one narrow one, with sheathed-in stair projecting into latter but reached from former; all finish is sheathing, with open timbered ceiling; curious overhang at second-floor line caused by raising of roof at eaves. Originally the slope much steeper. (Later study of the roof and overhang resulted in the conclusion that its conformation was the original stylistic intent, rather than a later modification of the roof structure) 
 
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Yates Tavern from Southwest
Yates Tavern from Southwest
Many primitive features; stone basement shows floor construction above, of carefully selected joists in form of unhewn poles; construction of trimmer arch unusual; stone hearth supported on pole which rests in forked poles driven into earth; first floor divided into one large room and one narrow one, with sheathed-in stair projecting into latter but reached from former; all finish is sheathing, with open timbered ceiling; curious overhang at second-floor line caused by raising of roof at eaves. Originally the slope much steeper. (Later study of the roof and overhang resulted in the conclusion that its conformation was the original stylistic intent, rather than a later modification of the roof structure) 
 

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