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Family: F2268
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204 [William2.FTW]

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210 [William2.FTW]

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213 [William2.FTW]

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225 [William2.FTW]

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229 [William2.FTW]

Family: F1936
The name of James Saunders wife is given in a family bible. No maiden name is stated. The date and place of marriage also is not stated. 
Ann arrived in Virginia on the ship Francis Bonaventure in Aug. 1620. John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, 1607-1624/25, Vol. 3, p. 828 (Baltimore, 2007). 
Relict of Thomas Booker 
Will of Anne Whitlow

In the name of God Amen. I Anne Whitloe Widow of the county of Henrico being sick and weak in body but in perfect and sound memory do ordain and make this my last will and testament...I give devise and bequeath as in manner following when my funeral charges and debts are paid. I give and bequeath to my son William one shilling currant money. I give and bequeath unto my son John one shilling currant money. I give and bequeath my son James one shilling currant money. I give and bequeath to my daughter Jane Jordon on shilling currant money. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha Matthews one shilling currant money. I give and bequeath unto my grandson John Watkins the bead (bed) as it stands which I now lyeth on. One small choft one black heifer with a white face 2 small deep dishes and do hereby will and desire that my said grandson shall have the cropp of corne and tobacco...Lastly my will is that my son Hays Whitloe shall be wholly and soley executor of my will and testament hereby making all other wills void heretofore by me made. I witness whereof I have... my hand and seal this 21st day of November 1727 read before signing. Her + mark. Witneses: Wm Weathers, Mary Weathers, Charles Griffith. At a court held for Henrico Co. Feb 5, 1727 This will was proved by the oath of William Weathers and was thereupon admitted to record.

Possibly Ann Hayes. See Whitlow DNA projectaccessed Nov. 26, 2011. 
Abstracts from Wills of Richmond County, Virginia: Will Book No. 4 1717-1725, pages 178-180 
Maiden name is possibly Blanchecil 
Possibly Caroline Nichols

Will of Josiah Robertson
Probated 28 January 1811
Halifax County, Virginia
widow Caroline married secondly 11 Feb 1817 to Samuel Edmundson
son Josiah, Jr.
daughter Mary Murphy
daughter Caroline Brooks
daughter Sarah married Edward C. Stubblefield 
237 68 years old Christiana
There is a marriage record for Dicey Scott and Jonas Sikes

There is a will for Gideon Moon in Lunenburg Co. that mentions Dicey. Lunenburg Co. Will Book 3, pg. 372.

Dicey died in Madison Co., Tenn. 
Dicey Moon
Dorothy was married twice before her marriage to William Bennett. She married first Christopher Thomas and second William Rush. (WC OB 1675-89,p. 516)

William Bennett and Dorothy Rush petitioned the court on 27 May 1702 to enforce Dorothy 
Dorothy Rush
At least one researcher indicates that Elizabeth 
Elizabeth Sanders is present in Caswell Co. by 1786, when she purchased a tract of land from John Harben. Caswell Co. Deed Book E, p. 152. A 1788 deed from Shearwood Nance to Lewis Pike refers to widow Sanders, who is believed to be Elizabeth. Caswell Co.Deed Book F, pp. 277-78. Elizabeth Sanders appears in the Caswell Co census in 1800 (pg. 148) living adjacent to Aaron Sanders, who is believed to be her son. Her age is given as more than 45. Thus, she must have been born prior to 1755 and likely much earlier. She is not listed in the 1810 census, but is referred to in a deed recorded in 1812. The date of the deed is the recording date, so it is possible that the deed was made before 1810. It seems likley based on deed records that Mason, Aaron, Taylor, and Smith are her children. Also, it seems likely that James Sanders who appears in the census in 1830, 1840 and 1850 is her son. There is probably one more male child who I have not yet identified.

Caswell Co. Deed Book E, p. 152. John Harben of CC to Elizabeth Sanders of same, for 10 lbs, 25 acres on Hogan 
Henningham Kannon is listed in the 1800 census for Stokes Co. NC. 1800 Census Stokes County North Carolina, Roll 32, p. 559. Her household includes 3 males under 10, 1 female 10-15, and 1 female 26-45. Based on her age given in the 1800 census in Stokes Co., NC, Henningham was born between 1755 and 1774.

Following Benjamin 
On 3 Nov. 1788, a bill of sale from Lewis McLean to Reuben Bennett, Jesse Evans, and Jane Vardeman, for a mulatto slave named Silva, beds, and other perspnal goods was recorded in Wilkes Co., Ga. William Vardeman and Jos. Griffin wtnessed the bill of sale. Wilkes Co. Deed Book GG, p. 7 (Davidson II, p. 92.)

On 17 Dec. 1795, Jane Vardeman, widow, and her son William Vardeman, sold to Thomas Grisham for 50 pds. 25 acres on Kettle Creek adjacent Thomas Grisham 
Family moved to Sumner Co., Tennessee. 
John Mitchell
Joseph and Elizabeth Smith appear in the 1850 census in Stokes Co. NC. He is 63 years old and she is 60 years old. George Smith (27) and Christopher Smith (16) are living in the household. 1850 Census, Stokes Co., NC., M432_645, p. 
Joseph Smith
Lucy Moore is listed in the 1830 census for Halifax Co., VA. Her household includes 1 malke under 5, 2 females under 5, 1 female 20-29, 2 females 30-39, 1 female 50-59, and 1 female 70-79. 1830 U.S. Census, Halifax Co., VA, Roll M19_192, p. 418. 
Abstracts, Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills, 1653-1800 , by Ida J. Lee, p. 26

Inventory of estate of Ralph Briggs presented by Lidia Briggs and recorde 14 Jan 1689. Will Book 5, p. 135. 
Clement Lanier 
Maiden name is possibly Field. 
Martha is variously identified as Martha Garner, daughter of John Garnr and Susannah Keene, or Martha Eskeridge.

Westmoreland Co., VA Deeds and Wills, old Vol. 8, p127.
(Omitting the customary hortatory clauses)
Item. I Give and Bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Eskridge all my wearing Apparrel both linnen and Woolen.
Item. I give and Bequeath unto my Daughter Ann Harrison one piece of Silk Stuff now in the house and also my side Saddle and Bridle.
Item. I give and Bequeath all the rest of my Estate of what Quantity and Qualify soever unto my Son Peter Rustt who I make and Ordain whole and sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament. And I Desire Nominate and Appoint my Son Matthew Rust Trustee and Guardian of my said Son Peter Rust and his Estate untill he shall Come att Age and to give and Allow him two Compleat Years of Schooling successively. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Affixed my Seal this third Day of November in the Year of Our Lord, Christ, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Six. Martha (her mark X) Rust (Seal) Signed, seald and Delivered in the present of Ralph Elston, Philip (his mark X) Bogus, Andrew Greenhorn, Rose Bonum. Proved on 25 Feb 1729/30 [Source is Ellsworth Marshall Rust:  

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