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I81985: Stephen BAILEY "the Immigrant" (ABT 1630 - 1697)
[janet skelton.FTW] "Northumberland County was the first county
formed in the Northern Neck on the the Potomac River , about
1642. Out of it was formed Westmoreland County in 1652. In 1675
the western part of Westmoreland was formed into Stafford Co.,
and in 1725 King George was formed from Richmond and about 1740
a strip of Westmoreland was added to it."
"Powers of Atty.: Mary Massie of Louisa County, as heir at law
of Austin Sandridge, appointed George W. Stephens of
Spotsylvania Co. her Atty. 24 Sept., 1853. Ackn. before E. F.
Gunter(?), J. of P. Louisa Co., Attest, David M. Hunter, Clerk."
From The Heritage of Limetsone County Vol 42
2 Ann Eliza HARGROVE b: 14 JAN 1835 d: 17 NOV 1886
+ Zachariah Roscoe HASTEN , Sr b: 4 NOV 1839 d: 25 JUL 1896
2 Jesse Austin HARGROVE b: 9 MAR 1836 d: AFT 1909
+ Sophronia Elizra V HOLLAND b: 28 MAY 1833 d: 19 SEP 1900
2 Thomas Wesley HARGROVE , Sr b: 27 JAN 1838 d: 31 OCT 1922
+ Mary Eliza CURRIN b: 24 SEP 1841 d: 28 SEP 1908
2 Susan Emma HARGROVE b: 25 APR 1839 d: 19 OCT 1933
+ James L MARTIN d: 15 JAN 1917
2 Jeston Alabama HARGROVE b: 1842 d: 1914
+ John William TATUM b: 30 NOV 1844 d: 1916
2 Mary Permelia HARGROVE b: 1844 d: 1880
+ Steven Beasley CURRIN b: 8 DEC 1838 d: 12 DEC 1922
2 David Edward T HARGROVE b: 31 OCT 1845 d: 18 SEP 1932
+ Salinda Jane ARNETT b: MAY 1848 d: 18 APR 1905
[Brøderbund Family Archive #318, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S.
Selected States/Counties, 1860, Date of Import: Dec 7, 1998,
Internal Ref. #1.318.1.15606.20]
Hargroves, Charles S.
County/State: Limestone Co., AL
Location: Shoal Ford P. O. Page #: 411 Year: 1860
Son of J. W. HARRISON b. abt. 1812, NY d. 5 Dec 1854, Mobile,
Mobile, AL and Barbary MICHAEL m. 2 Mar 1852, Mobile, Mobile,
Children of Geo. W.:
Robert Irvin Sr. HARRISON
James Wesley Sr. HARRISON
John Thomas Sr. HARRISON
George Edward HARRISON
Lewis Walter HARRISON
Mary Lillian HARRISON
Lee Davis HARRISON
"Franklin McCants was listed as missing in action during 1864 of
the WBTS. There were thirteen men from Williamsburg who went in
to the army that were never located after the war as to whether
they were killed, died or captured. They were listed as missing
in action - fate unknown. Much of the information in this
history concerning the Civil War and our family members was
found in "The Call to Arms" by Danny H. Smith."