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51 Hezekiah Rudd was the bondsman. Family: F747
 
52 His mother is identified as Mattie Cozart in his death certificate. Family: F464
 
53 Hugh Reynolds was a member of the Muddy Run Society, a Congregation of Covenenters in Lancaster, Pensylvania. Rev. John Cuthbertson was the first Covenenter missionary in America. He kept a diary of his activiteis from 1751 until 1790. The entry in Rev. John Cuthbertson's diary on 30 December 1756 reads:" Rode 6 miles to and from W. Niele's: married Hew Reynolds and Mary K." www.bennett-twins.com/documents/Diaries/Cuthbertson/index.php?imageNumber=38 Family: F451
 
54 In her marriage bond Mary is named 'Mary Ann Dill'. Family: F202
 
55 James A. Burke was the bondsman. Family: F2362
 
56 James Lea, B. Douglas Family: F1263
 
57 Jesse C. Youn was bondsman. Tho. W. Graves was the witness. Family: F1404
 
58 marriage bond Family: F364
 
59 marriage bond date Family: F870
 
60 Marriage bond was issued on 21 Oct 1889 and the bond shows the marriage was performed on 28 Oct 1889. Family: F1755
 
61 Marriage license identifies JAC and Eliza Harrison as parents of Margaret and Samson and Elizabeh newsom as parents of Alexander. Family: F1367
 
62 Married by D. Styers, Justice of the Peace, on the same day marriage bond issued. Bond # 38627. Family: F755
 
63 Mary Ann Lewis is identified as the mother of Polley Lewsi in the marriage record of John Bennett and Polley Lewis. Family: F994
 
64 now WV Family: F473
 
65 On 10 Aug. 1801, William and his wife Rachel conveyed property to Thomas Tanner. William previously sold 75 acres to his son by deed dated 20 Feb 1797. Rachel was not named in the deed and there is no record that she relinquished her dower. Therefore, it appears that William married Rachel after 20 Feb. 1797 and before 10 Aug. 1801. Family: F189
 
66 p. 49 Family: F1224
 
67 p. 50 Family: F1298
 
68 p. 87 Family: F1221
 
69 p. 88 Family: F1223
 
70 Polly Bennett is identified as the daughter of James Watson who consents. John Bennett is listed as surety for the bond. John Bennett is likely the brother-in-law of James Watson. Family: F1508
 
71 Robert Glenn Meador is buried in the Bennett family cemetery in Reidsville. therefore, it is presumed that he is the son of Melissa Elmo Bennett and John Holman Meador. Family: F1492
 
72 Samuel Rust, bondsman Family: F497
 
73 She was his third wife. Family: F1481
 
74 Sylvany Gardner perfomed the ceremony. Family: F1408
 
75 The bondsman was Archey Cobb. This is probably a son of Jane Dill, sister of Joseph. Therefore, Archey Cobb would be a nephew who was named after his grandfather, Archibald Dill. Family: F1677
 
76 The children of James are named in the estate records. His wife Margaret appears in the 1850 census with three of the named children in her household. Family: F2432
 
77 The marriage date is based on the years married given in the 1910 census. Family: F1426
 
78 The marriage of John Bennett and Mary Lewis is recorded in their family bible. Family: F212
 
79 The marriage record identifies Raleigh Moore's parents as Raleigh and Francis Moore. Rebecca Carlton's parents are identified as N.W. Carlton and Rebecca. Family: F748
 
80 The marriage record identifies the mother of Frances Brooks as Caroline Brooks. Family: F749
 
81 The marriage was performed by J.M. Allen, Justice of the Peace. Family: F1404
 
82 The marriage was performed by John Stadler. Family: F2362
 
83 The next two families listed in the census are Richard and Axie Staton an George and Prudence Dill. George and Prudence Dill are the parents of Axie Staton and Tima Cannon. Family: F2097
 
84 The parents of Thomas H. Dove are identified in the Pittsylvania County Register of deaths as William V. & Mar. Dove. The Pittsylvania County Death Register can be viewed on our website at www.bennett-twins.com. Family: F929
 
85 The surname of the bride given in the marriage license appears to be a clerical error. The surname Bouland appears to be a corruption of Rowland. The clerk may have transcribed the record incorrectly from the original documents. Family: F62
 
86 Their household is immediately adjacent to George and Prudence Dill, parents of Frances Ross. Family: F2091
 
87 Their marriage is recorded in the journal if Winston Dalton. Family: F278
 
88 Their marriage was performed by F. L. Oakley, minister of the gospel. Family: F746
 
89 They are preceded in the census by David & Tima Cannon and are followed by George and Prudence Dill. Axie Staton and Tima Cannon are daughters of George and Prudence Dill. Family: F2096
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2
 
91 This record includes the remark that George Dill is insane. Family: F1981
 
92 Thomas Bennett and Nannie Jennings were married by the time the 1900 census was taken on 21 June 1900. Nannie's maiden name is given in the marriage record of her son Thomas Carl Bennett to Bonnie Laura Reynolds. Family: F1394
 
93 Thomas is living adjacent to Thomas Crow, age 75, and Godfrey Crow, age 49. It appears that Thomas is the son of Godfrey and grandson of Thomas Crow. Family: F2049
 
94 Type: Married By Family: F1945
 
95 Type: Unknown-Begin Family: F1839
 
96 under age. Mary VASS, mother of husband. Security & witnesses: Richard SANDIDGE, Price VASS, Rachel VASS, Mary VASS, William MEAD, Jonathon GORDON, Minor MEAD. Family: F512
 
97 Virginia Marriages, 1740 - 1850 Family: F388
 
98 William Bennett is identified as the father of Salley Bennett in the marriage record of Lewis Hardey and Salley Bennett. Family: F1385
 
99 William Cannon bondsman Family: F547
 
100 William Glenn Harrison divorced h8is first wife, Rebecca Moore, and remarried to Irma Qualls. Family: F738
 

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