Descendants of Richard Anderson I
Generation No. 1
1. RICHARD1 ANDERSON I was born 1580 in England, and died in King and Queen County, VA. He married ELIZABETH HAWKINS December 20, 1611 in London, England..
Notes for RICHARD ANDERSON I:
More about Richard Anderson I:
Fact 1: July 28, 1634, He sailed from Bristol, England to Jamestown, VA
Fact 2: July 04, 1634, His son preceded him to Jamestown, VA
Fact 3: July 1634, Note: Sons John and Thomas remained in England.
More about Elizabeth Hawkins:
Fact 1: Elizabeth Hawkins is presumed deceased at the time her husband and son sailed.
Richard Anderson is by rumor and "family tradition" alleged to be the ancestor of the Anderson families of the
York River. How much of this is family tradition passed down and how much was made up by early researchers
looking at ship lists I can't be certain by examining the published literature. I have not seen a presentation of
strong evidence of this association in the sources I have seen.
This Richard Anderson appears on the passenger list for the Merchant's Hope (owned by William Barker) in 1635
and his age is listed as 50. I have been able to trace his origin in genealogical circles as coming from Hottens
Emigrants by John Camden Hotten. What happened to him when he got to Virginia is undocumented. Several
writers claim he arrived in Virginia after sending his sons the year before. How many sons depends upon which
writer you read.
Edward L. Anderson in "The Andersons of Goldmine" expressed the belief that the New Kent County Andersons
descended from Richard Anderson and his alleged son Richard Anderson, appearing to take both from John
Camden Hotten's works. T
Notes for ELIZABETH HAWKINS:
Elizabeth Hawkins is from the family of Admiral John Hawkins of Spanish Armada defense fame. The marriage
record is from London Marriage Book #2, Page #8. This marriage can be found in several of the files in the
Broderbund Corporation World family Tree CD ROMS.
As a side note: Admiral John Hawkins.
John Hawkins (or Hawkyns) was born in Plymouth in 1532, the son of a wealthy sea captain. In his youth he went
along on trading trips and heard of the riches that lay across the western sea. In 1562 he sailed to Africa, where he
captured 300 people to sell as slaves. He transported this human cargo to Santo Domingo, in the West Indies, and
traded them for pearls, hides, ginger, and sugar. Although the colonists had been forbidden by Spain to trade with
any other nation, they were eager to buy slaves. John Hawkins' second voyage two years later was equally
profitable, but a third trip met disaster off the coast of Mexico in 1568.
Accompanied by his cousin Sir Francis Drake, John Hawkins had already broken Spanish law by selling his cargo
of slaves in the Caribbean islands. After they sought refuge for their six ships in the harbor of Veracruz, an armed
Spanish fleet attacked. Only the vessels commanded by Hawkins and by Drake were able to escape. For 20 years
Hawkins remained at home in the service of Queen Elizabeth I. As treasurer and controller of the navy, he built
up Britain's fleet, preparing to challenge Spain over supremacy of the seas. He armed the vessels more heavily
and redesigned them to make them faster. He also introduced inventions that he had tested in practical experience
at sea. In the great battle in which the Spanish Armada was defeated in 1588, Hawkins served as a vice admiral.
He was knighted for gallantry.
In 1595 he sailed with Drake on what was to be the last voyage for both. John Hawkins joined the expedition
hoping to rescue his only son, Richard, who was held captive by the Spanish in Lima, Peru. Hawkins died at sea
on Nov. 12, 1595, near Puerto Rico
Children of RICHARD ANDERSON and ELIZABETH HAWKINS are:
2. i. RICHARD2 ANDERSON, b. 1618, England; d. 1656, King and Queen County, VA.
ii. THOMAS ANDERSON, b. 1616, London, England; d. Gloucester, VA..
Notes for THOMAS ANDERSON:
Notes for JOHN ANDERSON:
John Anderson arrived on the "Merchant Bonaventure" having embarked in January 1634/5 for Virginia, his age
listed as 20. He allegedly lived at Gloucester Point on York River according to family tradition in the article
below and was a shipwright. Gloucester Point is on the North Bank of the York River across from current
The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, VA. 02/26/1984. Merchant Hope, ship that brought Richard Anderson to
Virginia in 1635. His sons John and Thomas were in the shipbuilding business in Gloucester Point, VA. In 1645,
Robert Anderson, John's son became first Anderson born in VA. He was destined to take a 700 acre land grant on
south branch of Pamunkey River and turn it into 5,000 acre Goldmine plantation. For more, read above article,
copy on file at the Albemarle county Historical society office, Charlottesville, VA.
3. iii. JOHN ANDERSON, b. 1614.
Generation No. 2
2. RICHARD2 ANDERSON (RICHARD1) was born 1618 in England, and died 1656 in King and Queen County, VA. He married UNKNOWN.
Notes for RICHARD ANDERSON:
More about Richard Anderson II:
Fact 1: July 04, 1634, Sailed from Bristol, England to Jamestown, Virginia.
Fact 2: July 28, 1634, His father sailed from Bristol to Jamestown on a separate ship.
Children of RICHARD ANDERSON and UNKNOWN are:
4. i. ROBERT3 ANDERSON, b. 1634, New Kent, Virginia, USA; d. 1712, St. Parrish New Kent County, Virginia.
ii. RICHARD ANDERSON.
iii. PAUL ANDERSON.
3. JOHN2 ANDERSON (RICHARD1) was born 1614.
Child of JOHN ANDERSON is:
5. i. ROBERT SR.3 ANDERSON, b. 1645, York Va; d. 1712, New Kent, Va.
Generation No. 3
4. ROBERT3 ANDERSON (RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1634 in New Kent, Virginia, USA, and died 1712 in St. Parrish New Kent County, Virginia. He married CECELIA MASSEY 1662, daughter of PETER MASSEY. She was born Abt. 1646 in New Kent, Hanover, Virginia, and died 1714 in New Kent County, Virginia.
Children of ROBERT ANDERSON and CECELIA MASSEY are:
6. i. RICHARD4 ANDERSON, b. 1673, New Kent County, Virginia; d. 1723, Hanover County, Virginia.
ii. CECELIA ANDERSON.
iii. JOHN ANDERSON.
iv. MARY ANDERSON.
v. RICHARD ANDERSON.
vi. MATTHEW ANDERSON.
vii. DAVID ANDERSON.
viii. THOMAS ANDERSON.
ix. NELSON ANDERSON.
5. ROBERT SR.3 ANDERSON (JOHN2, RICHARD1) was born 1645 in York Va, and died 1712 in New Kent, Va.
Child of ROBERT SR. ANDERSON is:
7. i. ROBERT JR.4 ANDERSON, b. 1663.
Generation No. 4
6. RICHARD4 ANDERSON (ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1673 in New Kent County, Virginia, and died 1723 in Hanover County, Virginia. He married CHARITY POUNCEY, daughter of ANTHONY POUNCEY. She was born 1680 in New Kent County, Virginia, and died 1756 in Hanover County, Virginia.
Notes for RICHARD ANDERSON:
Children of Richard Anderson and Charity Pouncey are:
+ 2 i. Richard7 Anderson, born Abt. 1700 in New Kent County, Virginia; died Aft. 1766 in Hanover County, Virginia.
+ 3 ii. Pouncey Anderson, born Bef. 1704 in New Kent County, Virginia; died August 1781 in Louisa County, Virginia.
+ 4 iii. Robert Anderson, born Abt. 1706 in New Kent County, Virginia; died Bef. 1769 in Louisa County, Virginia.
Richard's existence is derived from St. Paul parish precessioning records and the 1704 rent roll. He is identified in the St, Paul's parish vestry book as responsible for the cures of two different individuals so I am assuming he was considered a doctor
Children of RICHARD ANDERSON and CHARITY POUNCEY are:
8. i. ROBERT5 ANDERSON, b. 1706, New Kent County, Virginia,; d. 1769, Louisa County, Virginia..
ii. RICHARD ANDERSON, b. 1700.
9. iii. POUNCEY ANDERSON, b. 1704.
iv. THOMAS ANDERSON, b. 1708.
7. ROBERT JR.4 ANDERSON (ROBERT SR.3, JOHN2, RICHARD1) was born 1663. He married MARY ELIZABETH OVERTON 1690 in St Peters, New Kent, VA.. She was born June 28, 1673 in York River, York, VA, and died 1735 in St Peters, New Kent, VA.
Notes for MARY ELIZABETH OVERTON:
Mary Anderson of St. Paul Parish to Charles Anderson of Hanover County 3 March 1733/4
Mary relict & executrix of Robert Anderson, for 30 pounds left him in the will of his father Robert Anderson late
of New Kent, now Hanover. 335 acres on Tottapottomy Creek, Hanover County half of land bought 1719 of
George Wilkinson the other half to his brother John Anderson.
Evidence of land precessioning records implies that the widow Mary resided with her son, Nathaniel, until 1744.
Anderson-Overton GenealogyLibrary.com Main Page 3
"Robert Anderson II, married Mary Overton, sister of Captain James Overton (1688-1749) militia officer and
vestryman of St Paul's Parish, Hanover, and daughter of William Overton, who was born in England 3 December
1628, emigrated to Virginia, to whom, with Eben Jones a patent issued on 23 April 1681, for 4600 acres of land
in New Kent County (later Hanover) on South side of Pamunkey River, on Falling Creek, for the transportation of
ninety two persons and among the headrights were William and Elizabeth. Overton, on 29 October 1690 William
Overton and John Lyddall had a patent for 837 acres of land in St Peter's Parish, NewKent (later Hanover)
County above the main fork of Pamunkey next above land granted Jonathan Norwood and Ambrose Clare.
William Overton married Elizabeth Waters, daughter of Mrs. Ann Waters, of St. Sepulchers, London ,widow; will
dated September 29, 1697; proved 4 July 1700, besides her son-in-law and daughter, the Overtons, Mrs. Waters
mentioned in her will her son John Waters, who had long resided in Virginia; her son Samuel Waters, and her son
Thomas Waters, her son-in-law William Goodwin and brother-in-law Caleb Millett.
Child of ROBERT ANDERSON and MARY OVERTON is:
10. i. ROBERT II5 ANDERSON, b. January 01, 1711/12, St Pauls, Hanover, VA; d. December 09, 1792, Gold Mine Plantation, Hanover, Va.
Generation No. 5
8. ROBERT5 ANDERSON (RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1706 in New Kent County, Virginia,, and died 1769 in Louisa County, Virginia..
Notes for ROBERT ANDERSON:
Robert Anderson to David Anderson
23 June 1752 100 acres Louisa County (formed in 1742)
adj Charles Barrett
This deed from Robert To David Anderson is apparently to David Anderson husband of Judith
DN-D 1/2, p.129, 1769, Louisa Co. VA
David & Judith Anderson of the parish of St. Martin's to Robert Harris of Hanover Co., parish of St. Martin's of the other part for 35 pounds
for land on the east side of Lickinghole branch in the parish of Fredericksville in the county of Louisa. Part of a tract or parcel of land containing 284 acres granted to one Robert Anderson by patent bearing date 10-JUN-1740 and bounded as follows - then mentions Barrett's Corner and several lines belonging to Robert Anderson.
Child of ROBERT ANDERSON is:
11. i. DAVID6 ANDERSON, b. 1731, Hanover County, Virginia; d. 1781, Louisa Co, VA.
9. POUNCEY5 ANDERSON (RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1704. He married ELIZABETH HOLLAND. She was born 1705, and died 1796.
Notes for POUNCEY ANDERSON:
Pouncey Anderson was believed by William Pope Anderson to be a grandson of Robert Anderson I, but no researcher to date has been able to prove from which son. Of the six candidate fathers of the second generation, Robert, John, Matthew, Thomas, Richard and David we actually only know the children of Thomas from his 1757 will in Albemarle. Other evidence suggests the children of Robert, John, Matthew and David and therefore I have assigned Pouncey to Richard because Pouncey named a son Richard. In addition the Holland family and Pouncey family precessioned land in 1731 and 1739 in St. Paul's parish adjacent Richard Anderson, whom I believe to be the son of Richard Anderson senior. An examination of the widow of Richard Anderson, Charity Anderson, should be made to see if she was a Pouncey, in 1731 St. Paul's parish vestry book precessioning records she is listed in a small precinct wtih Anthony Pouncey. Charity was a common Christian family name for the Pounceys.
Pouncey Anderson d. Aug 1781 Louisa Co VA m. Elizabeth Holland d. 22 Nov 1794 Louisa Co VA Will 7 July 1791 prov 8 Dec 1794 d/o Michael Holland
Estate of Pouncey Anderson. After decease of his widow Elizabeth Anderson on 22 November past (1794) Dated 11 Jan 1795 Sg: James
Dabney Exor. Rec. 12 Jan 1795. Louisa Co VA Will Bk 3 pg 582
Anderson Family Records by William Pope Anderson, Press of W.F. Schaeffer & Co., Cincinatti, Ohio, 1936
page 46 contains a full transcript of his will
Will of Pouncey Anderson of St Martins Parish 28 Jan 1781 Rec. 13 Aug 1781
Wife Elizabeth Son Richard, Michael, children of my daughter Judith Dabney.
To my daughter Judith Dabney 260 acres purchased of Owen Dabney on Taylors Creek.
To my great grandaughter Ann Anderson Johnson d/o Christopher and Elizabeth Johnson.
To grandchildren, children of Richard and Mary Anderson: Frances, Mary, Judith, Richard, Christian (grandaughter) and Jane Anderson.
To children of Michael and Sarah Anderson my grandchildren: Thomas, Ann, Pouncey, Wm Reuben, Edmund and Richard Anderson.
To children of James and Judith Dabney my grandchildren: Elizabeth Johnson, Cicely Dabney, Ann Anderson Dabney, Wm Dabney, Mary and Charity Dabney.
Exors: wife Elizabeth Anderson and sons Richard and Michael Anderson and son-in-law James Dabney.
Wit: Nathan Sims, Mary Sims and Samuel Dabney.
Louisa Co VA Will Bk 2 pg 379
Notes for ELIZABETH HOLLAND:
I Elizabeth Anderson of the County of Louisa and Parish of Saint Mary being in
perfect Sense and Sound
Memory, do Constitute and ordain this last Will and Testament in Manner and form
Item: I Give and bequeath to my Grand Son Richard, Son to Michael Anderson, the
following Negroes &
their future increases, (to wit) Paul,Sam, Esther & her Child by the name of
Fanny, Nanny and her three
Children by the Names of Patt, Dolly & John, likewise Choice of my feather Beds,
& furniture, four Cows
& Calves, three Sows & pigs & four other Hogs Choice of my Stock, one Grey Horse
called Romeo, one
Bay Colt Called the bay mare Colt and Ten Barrels Corn to him and his heirs
forever, But in Case my grand
Son Richard, Son to Michael Anderson Should die without lawful Heir, then my
Will and Desire is that the
Negroes, Bed, Stock etc Should be equally divided among my Grand Children,
Thomas M. Anderson,
Pouncey Anderson, Reubin Anderson, Edmund Anderson, David Anderson, Ann
Thomson, wife to
Edmund Thomson, & Elizabeth Anderson Children to Michael Anderson, to them and
their Heirs forever
and in Case any of the Children of Michael Anderson above mentioned Should die
without lawful Heir, my
Will is that their part or parts should be Equally divided among the Surviving
Item: I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Judith Dabney, wife to James Dabney,
one Bay Mare called
Polly, the Colt now by her side my Saddle & Bridle & all my Wearing Aparrel to
her & her heirs forever.
Item: I give to my Grand Son Thomas M Anderson Son to Michael Anderson Ten
pound Current Money
to him and his heirs forever:
Item: I give to my Son Michael Anderson a Bay colt two years old, to him & his
Item: I lend my Son Richard Anderson a Bay Horse by the name of Georgia, and
my son Richard's Death my will is that his Horse should go to his Son Richard
Item: My Will and Desire is that after paying the above Legacies and all my
Just Debts the Residue of my
Estate both Real & Personal should be Sold and the money arising there from to
be Equally Divided among
my Grand Children, Thomas M. Anderson, Pouncey Anderson, Reubin Anderson,
Edmund Anderson, David Anderson Ann Thomson wife to Edmund Thomson & Elizabeth
Children of Michael Anderson. Elizabeth Anderson Wife to Matthew Anderson,
Frances Holland Wife to
Christopher Holland, Mary Woodson, Wife to John Woodson, Kitty Perkins, Wife to
Judith Anderson, Jane Anderson, Susanna Anderson, Richard Anderson, Ann
Anderson, Shandy Anderson,
& Joseph Anderson Children of Richard Anderson, Cisely Shelton Wife to Thomas
Shelton, Ann Hardin,
Wife to Thomas Hardin, Polley Dabney, Charity Dabney & William Dabney Children
of Judith wife of
James Dabneyto them & their Heirs forever.
Item: My Will and Desire is that the Legacy I have left my Grand Daughter
Elizabeth Anderson, wife to
Matthew Anderson should be at her own Disposal and that her Husband should have
nothing to do with it.
I do hereby Constitute and appoint my Son Michael Anderson James Dabney, and my
Grand Son Thomas
M. Anderson Executor to this my last Will and Testament in Witnefs Whereof I
havehereunto set my hand
and affixed my Seal this Seventh Day of July one thousand Seven Hundred and
Ninety One Sealed &
Delivered in Presence of
Elizabeth Anderson (her seal)
John Thomson (seal)
At a Court held for Louisa County on the 8th dy of December 1794. This will was
this day Exhibited in
open Court by Michael & Thomas Anderson two of the Executors therein named and
was proved by
the oaths of John Thomson & Zachariah Pulliam Witnefses thereto and by the Court
the same is ordered to
be recorded and therein Executed. On the motion of the said Executors who made
oath thereto according to
Law. Certificate is granted them for Obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
On their into Bond with security
They together with John Thomson & Thomas Meriwether Jr. and acknowledged
thereint heir Securities
entered into Bond Conditioned as the Law directs which is ordered to be
Teste John Poindexter CLC
At a Court held for Louisa County on the 8th Day of December 1794 This
bond was this day in open
Court acknowledged by Michael ___Anderson, Thomas Anderson, John
_____Thomson & Thomas
Meriwether Jr and by the Court Ordered to be recorded-ed
Teste John Poindexter CLC
KNOW all Men by the fe Prefents, that we Michael Anderson Thomas Anderson, John
Thomson & Thos
Meriwether Jr are held and firmly bound to Nelson Anderson, Geo Sunisden William
Wash & Malcolm Hart
Gentlemen, Juftices of the court of Louisa County __________now fitting, in the
fum of Two Thousand
_________________________________ pounds, to the payment whereof, well and
truly to be mae to the
faid Juftices, and their fucceffors, we bind ourfelves, and each of us, our and
each of our Heirs, Executors,
and Administrators, jointly and seve-rally, firmly by these presents
Sealed with our seals, and dated this 8thday of Decr ________ Anno Dom.,
one thousand seven hundred
and ninety Four and in the 19th year of the commonwealth.THE condition of
this obligation is, that if the
said Michl Anderson & Thomas AndersonExecutors of the last will and
testament or administrators with
the will annex-ed all goods, chattles and credits, of Elizabeth
Anderson deceafed, do
make a true and perfect inventory of all and sin-gular the goods, chattles,
and credits of the said deceafed,
which have orshall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of them
the said Michl &
Tho ___________ or into the hands orpossession of any other person or persons
and the same so made do exhibit into the County Court at
suchtime as they
shall be thereto required by the
saidCourt, and the same goods, chattles, and
credits, do well and truly admini-ster according to law; and make a just and
true account of theiractings
and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said Court, andfurther
do well and truly pay and
deliver all the legacies contained and specifi-ed in the said will as far as the
said goods, chattles, and
credits will extendaccording to the value thereof; as the law shall charge Michl
Anderson then this
obligation to void, or else to remain in full force. (seal)
a thereof; as the law shall charge Sealed and Delivered
Thomas Anderson (seal)
Children of POUNCEY ANDERSON and ELIZABETH HOLLAND are:
12. i. MICHAEL6 ANDERSON, b. 1735, Hanover County, Virginia; d. 1797, Louisa County.
ii. RICHARD ANDERSON, b. 1735.
iii. JUDITH ANDERSON, b. March 12, 1739/40; d. Aft. 1781, Louisa County, Virginia; m. JAMES DABNEY, February 26, 1756; b. January 06, 1735/36, King William County, Virginia; d. November 13, 1803, Louisa County, Virginia..
Notes for JAMES DABNEY:
1763 August 30, James Dabney, 400 acres in Albemarle County, South side of
the Rivanna River on Cunningham Creek and Bremo Road. Price 40 shillings.
James is in Louisa Co., records abt 1766. He was made justice, sheriff,
militia officer, and soldier of Rev. He lived on Cobb Creek. 1777 Jan 27, marriage recorded in Douglass Rgister Judith Anderson 1787 June 8, James Dabney of Louisa county advertises for a horse stolen in King William County. Birth: 6 Jan 1735/1736 in "Brickhouse", King William Co., Virginia Death: in "Walnut Grove, " Louisa Co., Virginia
Birth: (1) 6 Jan 1735, Brickhouse, near Enfield, King William Co., VA. (1,2,3) s/o George DABNEY/Ann ANDERSON. (2) 1736, "Brickhouse," now called Seven Springs, King William Co., VA. (4) s/o George DABNEY. Marriage to Judith ANDERSON: (1,2,3a)
(2) Moved to Walnut Grove on Cubbs Creek, Louisa Co., VA. At the crossing on Cub Creek, a few yards upstream above the Cartersville Road, there are the remains of a rock milldam which James DABNEY built for his mill. On one of the stones these words are scratched: "Remember me. William Go See the work that I have done For my only son, James Dabney September 2, 1791" (2) 1773: James DABNEY was a Justice of the Louisa Co. Court. He continued for many years after. (2) 1784: Inherited "Brickhouse" from his father, George DABNEY, which included 419.5 acres. (1,2a,b) 1795, 28 Jan: Sold to his son William DABNEY "Brickhouse," King William Co., VA, which he had inherited from his father George DABNEY, a tract containing 419.5 acres adjoining the lands of Mrs. Ann SATTERWHITE. (4) 1802: James DABNEY and Judith his wife, of Louisa, and Wm. DABNEY & Sarah his wife of King William, deed to Yancey LIPSCOMB land inherited from their father George DABNEY, deceased, in 1795, King William Co., VA. (5) (NOTE: No date noted.) Thomas ANDERSON deed to John L. and George HARRIS, Louisa Co., VA, bond for judgement vs. Thomas ANDERSON as executor of Michael ANDERSON in Charlottesville Court by James DABNEY and Richard ANDERSON.
Children of Judith Anderson and James Dabney are:
+ 31 i. Elizabeth9 Dabney, born October 01, 1757.
32 ii. Cicely Dabney, born August 09, 1765.
33 iii. Ann Anderson Dabney, born November 26, 1768. She married Thomas Hardin November 17, 1787 in Louisa County, Virginia (Source: Marriage Records, Southern States, 1728-1850, (CD 229; Automated Archives; 1994), "Electronic.").
34 iv. William Dabney, born September 17, 1771.
35 v. Pouncey Dabney, born June 1774.
36 vi. Mary Dabney, born January 31, 1777.
37 vii. Charity Dabney, born March 05, 1779.
38 viii. Anna Dabney, born 1781.
10. ROBERT II5 ANDERSON (ROBERT JR.4, ROBERT SR.3, JOHN2, RICHARD1) was born January 01, 1711/12 in St Pauls, Hanover, VA, and died December 09, 1792 in Gold Mine Plantation, Hanover, Va. He married ELIZABETH CLOUGH July 03, 1739 in Louisa Va. She was born April 03, 1722 in Gold Mine Plantation, Hanover, VA,, and died November 10, 1779 in Gold Mine Plantation, Hanover, Va.
Notes for ROBERT II ANDERSON:
Succeeded his father in the ownership of Goldmine Creek off of the North Anna River in current Louisa County,
Buried on their 'Goldmine plantation, part of which, since 1984 is land of the Missionary Learning Center (MLC)
of the International Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention (near Rockville, Hanover Co. VA)
His 'Goldmine plantation was on the Goldmine Creek in Hanover Co., VA, not the one in neighboring Louisa Co.
Goldmine Plantation was offered for sale before he died, and is said to have been sold shortly before his death,
but he and his wife are buried there. He gave at least part of it to his son Robert.
Was a planter of the same mold as his neighbors, a gentleman who, while fond of outdoor sports, attended his
farm and to politics. Was Magistrate in 1768.
His will was probated 1-30-1793 in which he gave his son Robert 410 acres on which he had resided.
Was a close friend of Patrick Henry
Children of ROBERT ANDERSON and ELIZABETH CLOUGH are:
13. i. LT LT COLONEL RICHARD CLOUGH6 ANDERSON, b. January 12, 1749/50, Hanover VA; d. October 16, 1826, Soldier Retreat, Jefferson Co KY.
14. ii. CAP CHARLES A ANDERSON, b. May 10, 1762, Gold Mine Plantation, Hanover, Va; d. February 20, 1832, Calahaln Davie, NC.
Generation No. 6
11. DAVID6 ANDERSON (ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1731 in Hanover County, Virginia, and died 1781 in Louisa Co, VA. He married JUDITH ANDERSON 1761 in Louisa County, Virginia. She was born 1740, and died 1819 in Louisa Co, VA.
Notes for DAVID ANDERSON:
David & Judith Anderson of the parish of St. Martin's to Robert Harris of Hanover Co., parish of St. Martin's of the other part for 35 pounds
for land on the east side of Lickinghole branch in the parish of Fredericksville in the county of Louisa. Part of a tract or parcel of land containing 284 acres granted to one Robert Anderson by patent bearing date 10-JUN-1740 and bounded as follows - then mentions Barrett's Corner and several lines belonging to Robert Anderson.
David Anderson who married Judith. His will is in Louise Will Book 2 p.392 and names his wife Judith, sons John, Charles, Archelus and David. His four daughters are named Mary, Susannah, Sarah & Elizabeth. Executors were Capt. Jos. Shelton and Perrin Farrow. The will was recorded 8 Oct 1781.
Judith Anderson became his administratrix and posted a bond for 200,000 pounds. This was recorded and dated 12 Nov 1781.(Louisa Will Book 2, p.392 - yes, same page as will.) Strangely or not, a Robert Anderson was both security with Zachariah Stanley and signed the record. Robert of Louisa died before 9 Apr 1782 when David Anderson "Junr." posted bond as administrator of Robert's estate.(Louisa Will Book 2 p. 447)
The appraisal of David, who married Judith, was dated 9 Feb 1782 amd recorded 14 Jul 1782. (Louisa Will Book 2 p. 447; yes, same page as bond.) The estate was appraised at L360-8-10. I've only seen one other bond so high and to make no error the clerk had written it in by hand as well as in figures. That estate, too, came in at a much lower value. (Bonds were usually twice the expected size of the estate.)
David, son of Robert and Frances, died before 14 Sep 1785 when his brother John Anderson became administrator of his estate. (Louisa Will Book 3 p. 113)
Children of DAVID ANDERSON and JUDITH ANDERSON are:
15. i. ARCHELUS7 ANDERSON, b. January 27, 1766, Virginia; d. August 20, 1835, Garrard County, KY.
ii. JOHN ANDERSON.
iii. CHARLES ANDERSON.
iv. DAVID ANDERSON.
v. CHARLES ANDERSON.
16. vi. SARAH ANDERSON.
17. vii. SUANNAH ANDERSON.
viii. ELIZABETH ANDERSON.
12. MICHAEL6 ANDERSON (POUNCEY5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1735 in Hanover County, Virginia, and died 1797 in Louisa County. He married SARAH MERIWETHER.
Notes for MICHAEL ANDERSON:
Notes for Michael Anderson:
Virginia gazette and General Advertiser, on 08/17/1796 Micheal Anderson executor of Elizabeth Anderson dec'd, widow of Puncey Anderson, of Louisa County, dec'd will sell 10 of her Negros.
1797 WILL: VA, Louisa Co., Will Book 4, pg 28: abstracted pg 133:
"Will of Michael Anderson. To my wife Sally land I now live on, 600 acres. to son Edmond negroes now living with Edmonds Thompson, to my son Davy slaves now in Kentucky, to my son Reuben all land on the other side of river in Louisa & Hanover Co - 400 acres except sold ;amd pm i[[er side of Holley Swamp to my son Thomas. All my horses in Ky, to my sons: Pouncey, Rueben, Richard Edmund & Davy. Exors: wife & son Thos. Pouncey & Rueben. Signed: Michl. Anderson. Wit: Andr. Kean, William Pulliam, Dudley Diggs. Rcd 9 Oct. 1797
Children of Michael Anderson and Sarah Meriwether are:
10 i. Elizabeth9 Anderson.
11 ii. Thomas Meriwether Anderson.
12 iii. William Reuben Anderson.
13 iv. David Anderson.
14 v. Michael Anderson, born Abt. 1755. He married Sally Thomson October 06, 1777 in Hanover County, Virginia (Source: Marriage Records, Southern States, 1728-1850, (CD 229; Automated Archives; 1994), "Electronic.").
Notes for Michael Anderson:
Michael 07/24/1788 Harrison Co
250a bothsides lefthand fork of Hughes River
15 vi. Pouncey Anderson, born Abt. 1760. He married Nancy Lynch July 15, 1796 in Goochland County, Virginia.
16 vii. Edmund Anderson, born Abt. 1761. He married Susanna Anderson November 30, 1802 in Goochland County, Virginia; born October 01, 1782.
17 viii. Ann Anderson, born Abt. 1765. She married Edmund Thomson March 15, 1785 in Louisa County, Virginia (Source: Marriage Records, Southern States, 1728-1850, (CD 229; Automated Archives; 1994), "Electronic.").
+ 18 ix. Richard Anderson, born Abt. 1770
Children of MICHAEL ANDERSON and SARAH MERIWETHER are:
i. ELIZABETH7 ANDERSON.
ii. THOMAS MERIWETHER ANDERSON.
iii. WILLIAM RUEBEN ANDERSON.
iv. DAVID ANDERSON.
v. MICHAEL ANDERSON, b. 1755.
vi. POUNCEY ANDERSON, b. 1760.
vii. EDMUND ANDERSON, b. 1761.
viii. ANN ANDERSON, b. 1765.
ix. RICHARD ANDERSON, b. 1770.
13. LT LT COLONEL RICHARD CLOUGH6 ANDERSON (ROBERT II5, ROBERT JR.4, ROBERT SR.3, JOHN2, RICHARD1) was born January 12, 1749/50 in Hanover VA, and died October 16, 1826 in Soldier Retreat, Jefferson Co KY. He married (1) ELIZABETH CLARK November 24, 1787 in Louisville, KY. She was born February 11, 1768 in Caroline, VA,, and died January 15, 1795 in Near Louisville, Jefferson, KY. He married (2) SARAH MARSHALL September 17, 1797 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. She was born November 20, 1779 in Caroline VA, and died August 25, 1854 in Chillicothie, Ross MO.
Notes for LT LT COLONEL RICHARD CLOUGH ANDERSON:
Notes for LT COLONEL RICHARD CLOUGH ANDERSON:
Richard Clough Anderson was of Scottish and Welsh ancestry. He grew up in Hanover Co., VA, where he
received little schooling other than that of the great outdoors. In 1766, at age 16, much against his father's will, he
accepted the patronage of a rich merchant, Patrick Coots. He shipped out on merchant vessels.
He was in Boston at the time of the Boston Tea Party. He was onboard a cargo ship from Richmond and carried
the news of the tea party to his neighbor Patrick Henry.
Soon after the outbreak of the Revolution he became Captain of a Hanover Co. company. In 1776: Commissioned
Captain, 5th VA Regiment, Revolutionary War. Three months after becoming captain he transferred with the
same rank to the 5th Virginia Continentals. The 5th VA, Continental Line, under Col . Charles Scott, part of Gen.
Adam Stephens' Brigade in the campaign of 1776 . His 1st Lt. was John Anderson.
In 1776, 25 Dec: On the night before the battle of Trenton, he crossed the Delaware River and alarmed 15
Hessian sentries, killing 1 sentry, wounding 6. He had been sent as a scout under orders from Gen. Stephens.
Although the British were now aware of Colonial forces and the element of surprise was lost, they seemed to have
been deceived into thinking the American forces consisted of only a few scouts. Present at the battle of Trenton .
Family tradition was that he was wounded in a battle at Trenton with Maj. James Monroe (who was later
President). Records show, however, that while Monroe was wounded, Anderson was wounded at the 2nd Battle of
Trenton in 1777. Took part in the battle of Germantown. Took part in the battle of Brandywine. Spent the winter
at Valley Forge. 1777, 2 Jan: Wounded at the 2nd Battle of Trenton, or Assumpink. Took part in the battle of
Monmouth. 1778: Promoted to Major, 1st VA Regiment, Continental Line. 1779: Took part in the "misdirected"
attempt to capture Savannah. In an assault, he received a sword wound through the shoulder. Despite the wound,
he administered to the last wishes of General Pulaski, who was mortally wounded. The Polish soldier was so
grateful he gave Richard his sword. After withdrawal from Savannah, he was stationed at Charleston. Was
captured when Charleston fell to the British and remained a prisoner for 9 months. Upon his release from the
British, he joined Gen. Morgan and remained with him until Washington ordered him to report to Lafayette in
In 1780: Lt. Col., 3rd VA Regiment. Before the end of the war, was promoted to Lt. Colonel. Served as aide to
Gen. Lafayette in his campaign against Cornwall in VA. Acted as a messenger to bring Gen. "Mad Anthony"
Wayne to the rescue of Lafayette, who was being hard-pressed by Cornwallis. When Cornwallis retreated,
Richard was detailed to the Governor of Virginia to organize the Virginia Militia. Served as an aide to Gov. Nels
at the siege of Yorktown. Became a charter member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 1783: Appointed Surveyor-
General to divide the lands reserved by Virginia in the West for her Continental Troops.) Named in Adams Co.,
OH deed of Abraham Sheperd as principle surveyor of the lands set apart for the officers and soldiers of the
Virginia Continental Line between the Scioto and Little Miami Rivers. Made surveyor of the VA Military Land
District and established an office in Louisville the same year. Appointed Surveyor General by his fellow officers
of the Society of the Cincinnati. Moved to Kentucky and settled near Louisville. He built a home which he called
"Soldier's Retreat." His home became famous for its hospitality. His home "Soldier's Retreat" was situated about
10 miles east of Louisville. The residence was made of stone, the walls said to be 4 feet thick . Nothing is left of it
but the foundation and that is covered with turf. The spring house and some of the out-houses were of stone, still
standing The family burial ground is there. Settled at Soldier' s Retreat, Louisville at the close of the war in 1783.
Attended the Danville Convention and opposed efforts of Wilkinson and Sebastian to entice the people of KY to
declare their independence and form an alliance with Spain. Wilkinson's correspondence with the Spanish
Government recommended that they officer a $1,000 bribe to R.C. Anderson, whom he described as "a man of
ordinary ability but great influence."
1788: Served in the Kentucky constitutional convention. 1788, 17 Nov: The Lexington, KY Masonic Lodge No.
25 (later No . 1) of the Grand Lodge of VA was chartered. Richard served as first master of the Lodge, with
Green CLAY and Capt. John FOWLER. Some years later a portrait of him was presented to the lodge by Alex F.
Anderson of Cincinnati, OH, his great-grandson.
1792: Was an elector for state officials. 1793: Was a presidential elector.
1794: Built a schooner named the "Caroline" for carrying merchandise of the Mississippi Valley to New Orleans
and across the Atlantic to foreign ports. The schooner made one voyage, being wrecked somewhere in the
Caribbean upon it's return.
1817: President Monroe, Andrew Jackson, and Simon Kenton were visitors at his home.
Child of LT ANDERSON and ELIZABETH CLARK is:
i. RICHARD CLOUGH JR.7 ANDERSON, b. August 04, 1788, Louisville, Jefferson, KY; d. Cartagena Columbia, South America.
Notes for RICHARD CLOUGH JR. ANDERSON:
Graduated from William & Mary College, Williamsburg, VA, 1804
Member of Kentucky state house of representatives, 1815, 1821-22; Speaker of the KY State House of
Representatives, 1822; U.S. Representative from KY 8th District, 1817-21;
U.S. Minister to Colombia, 1823-26.
Child of LT ANDERSON and SARAH MARSHALL is:
ii. MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT7 ANDERSON, b. June 14, 1805, N. Louisville, KY; d. October 26, 1871, Nice, France; m. ELIZABETH BAYARD CLINCH, 1846; b. 1820, N. Louisville KY; d. February 25, 1905.
Notes for MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT ANDERSON:
American Civil War General Officers Record
Name: Robert Anderson
State Served: Kentucky
Highest Rank: Major-Gen
Birth Date: 1805
Death Date: 1871
Birth Place: Louisville, Kentucky
Promotions: Promoted to Full Brig-Gen by President Lincoln
Promoted to Brevet Major-Gen
Biography: ROBERT ANDERSON
In 1825 he was graduated at West Point and received a commission as second lieutenant in the 3rd artillery.
During the Black Hawk war, in 1832, he served as colonel of the Illinois volunteers, and after that, from 1835
to 1837, acted as instructor in artillery at West Point. He was brevetted captain for services in the Florida war
then was for a time attached to the staff of Gen. Scott as assistant adjutant-general, and in 1841 was promoted
to captain. He also served in the Mexican war, and was severely wounded in the battle of Molino del Rey. In
1857 he was appointed major of the 1st artillery, and in 1860 assumed command of the troops in Charleston
harbor, with headquarters at Fort Moultrie.
A pro-slavery Kentuckian but loyal to the Union, Robert Anderson was considered an ideal choice for
commander in Charleston Harbor during the 1860 secession crisis. Having graduated from West Point (1825),
he had risen to major, 1st Artillery, by the time of his assignment on November 15, 1860.
Given little assistance by the Buchanan Administration, Anderson was greatly perturbed by having to choose
between war and peace. He took matters into his own hands on December 26, following the secession of the
state six days earlier, when he moved his two-company garrison from barely defensible Fort Moultrie to
unfinished Fort Sumter in the middle of the harbor.
After the unannounced relief ship, Star of the West, was fired upon by South Carolinian gunners on January
9, 1861, Anderson, not wishing to start a war, withheld his fire. Later, after he had turned down an April
surrender demand, Anderson was forced to return fire when the fort was bombarded on April 12-13. Forced to
surrender, Anderson returned to the North with a sense of failure in not having prevented the war.
He was appointed brigadier general, US Army, on May 15, 1861, and commanded the Department of
Kentucky (May 28-August 15, 1861), which was merged into the Department of the Cumberland (August 15 -
October 8, 186 1), which he also commanded. When his health began to fail, he was relieved of field
command and given duties at various posts in the North. He was retired from the regular army on October 27,
1863, and brevetted major general for Fort Sumter. After the recapture of Charleston, Anderson took part in a
ceremony in which he reraised the same flag he had lowered exactly four years earlier. (Swanberg, W.A., First
Source: "Who Was Who In The Civil War" by Stewart Sifakis
More About MAJOR GENERAL UNION ARMY ROBERT ANDERSON:
Burial: 1872, West Point Military Academy, West Point, NY.
Military service: Bet. 1825 - 1863, Graduate of West Point-Commanding officer of Fort Sumter,SC at
beginning of Civil War.
Notes for ELIZABETH BAYARD CLINCH:
She wrote Pres. Abraham Lincoln a letter 5-30-1861 to seek a promotion for her husband. In the letter she
mentioned seeing Mrs. Lincoln in NY.
-The Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress, Series 1. General Corr. 1833-1916.
Elizabeth B. Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, May 30, 1861
Elizabeth is the great-great-granddaughter of John Mor McIntosh. In 1735 he, his wife and six children (last
two were twins and barely one year old), sailed from Scotland to Georgia. He served as a Captain under
General James Oglethorpe. He and his fellow kinsman settled on a high bluff over looking the Altamha River.
They named the settlement Darien and the county was later named McIntosh.
Dee and I have stopped in Darien several times and have visited the remains of two Forts manned by the
militia of Darien. The town is a few miles east of I-95.
The residents of Darien signed a "petition of protest" to the King, against bringing slaves to the Georgia
colony. Darien was known for it's beauty until Sherman's Army came through town. They looted everything
and then burned the entire town to the ground. If you would like to learn more about John Mor McIntosh, do
a search using his name. He is a "Notable American" in the founding of our country.
14. CAP CHARLES A6 ANDERSON (ROBERT II5, ROBERT JR.4, ROBERT SR.3, JOHN2, RICHARD1) was born May 10, 1762 in Gold Mine Plantation, Hanover, Va, and died February 20, 1832 in Calahaln Davie, NC. He married ELIZABETH SNEAD 1781 in Buckingham County, VA. She was born October 08, 1764 in Hanover, VA,, and died January 07, 1829 in Calahaln, Davie NC.
Notes for CAP CHARLES A ANDERSON:
Charles, the youngest child of Robert III (of Goldmine) . Although a young teenager, he enlisted as a soldier in
the ranks when war broke out with the British. At the hostilities end he had attained the rank of Sergeant. For his
efforts in the Revolutionary War he received a land grant of about 220 acres in Buckingham Co., Virginia to
which he moved after marring Elizabeth "Betsy" Snead. They had eight children. It has been thought that he was
made a Captain in the Reserve Militia, hence the title "Capt." Charles instead of Sergeant. On the other hand, it
may just have been a title someone gave him, or to appear more important among his neighbors he may have
simply adopted the title without ceremony. However, past research shows many prominent men of the community
were called "Captain" out of respect.
There is controversy over the place Capt. Charles and his wife "Betsy" died and where they are buried. Most
people in the family assume they are buried in the Anderson Graveyard at Calahaln with other family members,
the tall monument having his name upon it. However, that monument was placed there by Jenny Anderson in
memory of her husband (and first cousin) Zollicoffer Nelson Anderson. On the other side of the monument she
had "in memorium" inscribed for her Great Grandfather, Capt. Charles, who settled there at Calahaln and gave it
that name. In point of fact there are no grave markers for either of them in the family graveyard! Aunt Jenny was
the family historian and primary genealogist in the family. She claimed Charles and "Betsy" returned to Goldmine
Plantation in Virginia to visit their families and died before they could return to Calahaln. By their death dates,
she would have been 65 yrs. and he, 70 yrs., suggesting that if they did return to Virginia it was probably a
permanent move and you would expect to find markers there. None found in his father's graveyard either!
Someone must have known at one point in time because we do have the exact death dates for each of them, and so
do other family tree branches I have discovered which are not known to the Calahaln Andersons! I hope this issue
can be resolved one day. Two sons, Nelson and Charles, moved on into Tennessee, and maybe on into Kentucky
where other kin had settled. Charles and Betsy may have moved on to Kentucky, or at least visited there, because
in Calahaln are growing quite a few large Kentucky coffee trees for longer than anyone can remember, including
Aunt Jenny. They are only indigenous to Kentucky. The dried fruit from these trees was used as a coffee bean
substitute. These largest trees were obviously planted for location, and the smaller trees have sprung up as
"volunteers" from seed around the properties. Someone must have at least visited Kentucky and brought seedlings
of those trees back with them. Maybe Charles and Betsy are buried with his brother Colonel Richard Clough at
"Soldiers Rest" in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Capt. Charles' Grandson, Albert Alexander Anderson, served with the South during the Civil War and both
attained the rank of Sergeant during their individual services.
Another interesting fact is that Charles' brother Robert married Elizabeth Shelton, and her sister Sarah married
Patrick Henry. Several of the young men in this family made their marks in history for their exploits during the
In 1800, Charles, Elizabeth, five sons, three daughters and all their worldly belongs moved from Virginia to
Rowan county (now Davie county). Finding land to their liking, they stopped. If you look at NCDOT Davie
County map (enclosed), you will find a small community, west of Mocksville, on highway 64, named Calahaln.
Charles and Elizabeth Anderson's home is on the left side of the intersection at Calahaln. Continuing west, down
hill, from Calahaln on 64, there is bridge. Hunting Creek runs under the bridge. There are many spelling
versions of Calahaln depending on who is using the word. The Davie county web page uses Calahaln as a
community in the county. When I visited the Mocksville Library, I read Jenny Anderson's Genealogy. She is
buried in Rose Cemetery in Davie county. I feel, she would come closer to knowing the facts surrounding the
family than those who came many years later(like me) and introduced various and sundry theories as to who is
buried where. All I can say, it is a beautiful part of North Carolina where Charles decided to settle with his family.
In Jenny's family history, there was a notation stating, "Charles Anderson traded 1 flintlock rifle for all the land
the Andersons own. Charles chose a home site overlooking pastures and Hunting Creek. The Anderson Family
cemetery is located behind his home about half a mile on a little sunlit knoll surrounded by very large, old trees.
Inside the family cemetery, there are 19 graves of slaves. Each grave is marked by a large stone at the head and a
smaller stone at the foot. The families relationship with the slaves must have been a good one in order for them to
be buried inside the cemetery WITH the Anderson family. I don't begin to know where Charles and Elizabeth are
buried or why they returned to Virginia at that time in their life. I do know, by then they had a good life at
Calahaln and had the means to travel in relative comfort for that time. I see no reason why they would not take a
journey back to Virginia to visit relatives and old friends. From other research I've done, disease would have been
more of a threat to them than anything else. Considering there are three years separating their death, I feel they
made the trip to Virginia and back to their beautiful home in Calahaln. I did not find a marker for their graves
either, but, I did notice several slightly sunken spaces between other marked graves. These spaces did not have a
marker but were obviously skipped over to bury other Andersons. That is an excellent indication those two spots
were already occupied. We may never know, then again, does it really matter at this point. The Andersons built
and ran a tobacco plug factory and general store which served the surrounding area. The five Anderson sons who
came to Calahaln with their parents are the source of all the Andersons in that part of North Carolina and beyond
to other states. The Anderson family produced many medical doctors, dentists and lawyers down through the
years. Andersons have served the state well as Representatives in the State Legislature and in State Law
Enforcement. From what I could gather by reading county records at the library and talking to Anderson
descendants, all the property Charles obtained from the Native Americans is still in the possession of the
Anderson family and will remain so. Many of their old homes remain standing and most are lived in. The Charles
Anderson house is currently owned and occupied by John and Alma Anderson and a granddaugter.
It is a wonderful feeling to walk where your ancestor's walked; for me, anyway.
Jerry Pait 2007
Notes for ELIZABETH SNEAD:
Notes for ELIZABETH SNEAD:
In addition to Spotswood, Charles and Elizabeth had the following children:
Nelson, Elizabeth Patsy, Charles, Garland, Polly, Richard Able and Frances Fanny. All children were born in
Virginia prior to immagrating to Rowan, now Davie county, NC
Child of CAP ANDERSON and ELIZABETH SNEAD is:
i. SPOTSWOOD7 ANDERSON, b. August 18, 1797, Buckingham, VA; d. February 10, 1826, Calahaln, Davie, NC.; m. PATIENCE PIERCE, May 01, 1824, Rowan CO NC; b. 1800, Center, Davie, NC.
Generation No. 7
15. ARCHELUS7 ANDERSON (DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born January 27, 1766 in Virginia, and died August 20, 1835 in Garrard County, KY. He married ELIZABETH PARRISH January 27, 1789 in Goochland County, Va, daughter of JOHN PARRISH and SALLIE PARRISH.
Children of ARCHELUS ANDERSON and ELIZABETH PARRISH are:
18. i. POUNCY8 ANDERSON, b. May 20, 1794, VA; d. July 08, 1856, Pulaski Co. KY.
ii. THOMAS ANDERSON, b. Abt. 1790.
19. iii. ARCHILLES ANDERSON, b. Abt. 1796; d. 1835, KY.
iv. JOHN ANDERSON, b. January 01, 1801.
20. v. DAVID ANDERSON, b. October 20, 1803, Va; d. May 20, 1858, Ky.
vi. LEVI ANDERSON, b. October 15, 1806.
21. vii. GARLAND ANDERSON, b. April 09, 1792; d. July 11, 1863, Lincoln Co.KY.
16. SARAH7 ANDERSON (DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) She married JOHN LAWERNCE February 02, 1795 in Louisa Co. VA.
Children of SARAH ANDERSON and JOHN LAWERNCE are:
i. SAMUEL8 LAWERNCE.
ii. SARAH LAWERNCE.
17. SUANNAH7 ANDERSON (DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) She married HENDERSON LAWRENCE.
Children of SUANNAH ANDERSON and HENDERSON LAWRENCE are:
i. MARTHA8 LAWRENCE, m. SCARLETT SMITH, March 16, 1824.
ii. ELIZABETH LAWRENCE, m. JOHN MARSHALL, November 23, 1826.
iii. ARCHIBALD LAWRENCE, m. ELEANDOR ALVIS, July 06, 1831.
Generation No. 8
18. POUNCY8 ANDERSON (ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born May 20, 1794 in VA, and died July 08, 1856 in Pulaski Co. KY. He married TAMAR GRIFFIN October 21, 1818 in Rockcastle Co. KY, daughter of SOLOMON GRIFFIN and MARY BULL.. She was born March 01, 1803 in New York, NY, and died March 10, 1892 in Pulaski Co. Ky,.
Notes for POUNCY ANDERSON:
Pouncy died at 62 years of age. While Pouncy was born in VA his parents moved to Garrard County, Kentucky in 1807.
Children of POUNCY ANDERSON and TAMAR GRIFFIN are:
22. i. THOMAS JOHN9 ANDERSON.
ii. MARY ANN ANDERSON, b. July 22, 1819.
iii. HENRY SANFORD (HARRY) ANDERSON, b. February 21, 1821, Garrard Co. KY; d. August 20, 1914, Pulaski Co. KY; m. CATHERINE PITMAN., September 08, 1843.
iv. SOLOMON ANDERSON, b. April 27, 1826, Garrard Co. KY; d. November 20, 1894; m. MARY JANE RIDDLE, 1850.
v. JAMES ANDERSON, b. January 13, 1827, Pulaski Co. KY; d. April 10, 1903; m. NANCY JANE EUBANKS, December 08, 1852, Pulaski Co. KY.
vi. WILLIAM ANDERSON, b. August 31, 1828, Pulaski Co KY; d. November 11, 1912; m. SAVANNAH JANE MILL, February 09, 1853; b. Pulaski Co. KY.
vii. DAVID ANDERSON, b. October 11, 1834, Pulaski Co. KY; d. May 11, 1891; m. DORINDA TUBBS., February 1855, Pulaski Co. KY.
viii. ELIZA ANDERSON, b. September 27, 1836, Pulaski Co. KY; d. December 20, 1893; m. (1) DAVID BALDWIN; m. (2) THOMAS WHITTER, November 22, 1863.
ix. ELIZABETH ANDERSON, b. June 20, 1839, Pulaski Co. KY; d. March 29, 1867; m. JOSEPH A. SIPPLE, May 03, 1854, Pulaski Co. KY.
x. DANIEL ANDERSON, b. July 24, 1841, Pulaski Co. KY; d. February 16, 1915; m. ELIZABETH SURBER, August 13, 1897, Stanford, Lincoln Co. KY; b. 1841; d. March 23, 1913.
xi. NANCY ANDERSON, b. September 04, 1846, Pulaski Co. KY; d. January 22, 1928, Pulaski Co. KY; m. WALTER KINARD QUINTON., December 07, 1869, Pulaski Co. KY.
19. ARCHILLES8 ANDERSON (ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born Abt. 1796, and died 1835 in KY. He married NANCY MILLER.
Children of ARCHILLES ANDERSON and NANCY MILLER are:
i. ELIZABETH9 ANDERSON.
ii. MARY (POLLY) ANDERSON.
iii. MARGARET ANDERSON.
20. DAVID8 ANDERSON (ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born October 20, 1803 in Va, and died May 20, 1858 in Ky. He married ELIZA MILLER.
Child of DAVID ANDERSON and ELIZA MILLER is:
i. WILLIAM9 ANDERSON.
21. GARLAND8 ANDERSON (ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born April 09, 1792, and died July 11, 1863 in Lincoln Co.KY. He married CATHERINE GRIFFIN 1817, daughter of SOLOMON GRIFFIN and MARY BULL. She was born December 05, 1798, and died September 18, 1863 in Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co. KY.
Children of GARLAND ANDERSON and CATHERINE GRIFFIN are:
i. WILLIAM9 ANDERSON, b. May 13, 1818, Laurel, KY; d. May 12, 1885, Lincoln Co Ky; m. WINNIE JANE CHAPEL; b. 1828, Lincoln Co Ky.
ii. ATTERSON ANDERSON, b. April 28, 1820, Laurel ky; d. January 06, 1859, Lincoln Co Ky; m. LOUISA GRAHAM, April 28, 1841, Lincoln Co KY.
iii. CALVIN ANDERSON, b. April 12, 1823, Laurel ky; d. January 31, 1867, Lincoln Co Ky; m. POLLY JANE JAMES, March 05, 1863, Lincoln Co KY; b. 1835, Lincoln Co Ky.
iv. JAMES ANDERSON, b. November 15, 1825; d. December 26, 1865; m. SALLY ANN JAMES ADAMS, March 20, 1848; b. 1818, Franklin Co. VA.
v. ARCHELLES ANDERSON, b. May 29, 1828, Lincoln Co Ky; d. August 19, 1901, Lincoln Co. KY.
vi. GRANVILLE ANDERSON, b. June 09, 1830, Lincoln Co Ky; d. January 30, 1887, Lincoln Co Ky; m. MALINDA ADAMS, January 05, 1855, Lincoln Co KY; b. February 24, 1839, Lincoln Co Ky; d. April 03, 1900, Lincoln Co Ky.
vii. ELIZABETH ANDERSON, b. December 30, 1834, Lincoln Co Ky; m. WARREN PURETT, March 09, 1885, Howell Co. MO.
viii. GARLAND ANDERSON, b. June 01, 1839, Lincoln Co. KY.
ix. MARY SUSAN NANCY JANE ANDERSON, b. January 24, 1845, Lincoln Co. KY; d. November 20, 1880, Lincoln Co. KY; m. REUBIN ADAMS, January 02, 1868, Lincoln Co. KY.
x. CATHERINE ANDERSON, b. Lincoln Co. KY; m. EPHRAIM JAMES.
xi. ABNER G. DANIEL ANDERSON, b. April 24, 1840; d. November 28, 1932, Lincoln Co. KY; m. MARY SUSAN JAMES, February 21, 1861, Lincoln Co. KY; b. April 02, 1849, Lincoln Co Ky; d. April 06, 1911, Lincoln Co Ky.
23. xii. STEVEN ANDERSON, b. December 01, 1831, Lincoln Co Ky; d. August 10, 1901, Lincoln Co Ky.
Generation No. 9
22. THOMAS JOHN9 ANDERSON (POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) He married (1) PARNETTA PITMAN, daughter of MOSES PITMAN and MARGARET MIZE. He married (2) EADY PITMAN August 08, 1849 in Pulaski Co. Ky, daughter of MOSES PITMAN and MARGARET MIZE. She was born Abt. 1825, and died 1853.
Children of THOMAS ANDERSON and PARNETTA PITMAN are:
i. JANE10 ANDERSON, b. 1855.
ii. HENRY ANDERSON, b. 1857.
iii. JOHN ANDERSON, b. 1859.
Children of THOMAS ANDERSON and EADY PITMAN are:
24. iv. NANCY10 ANDERSON, b. 1849.
v. WILLIAM ANDERSON, b. 1846.
vi. COLEMAN ANDERSON, b. 1853.
23. STEVEN9 ANDERSON (GARLAND8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born December 01, 1831 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died August 10, 1901 in Lincoln Co Ky. He married (1) MAHALIA DELANEY November 08, 1854 in Lincoln Co KY, daughter of JOHN DELANEY and BRENILDA. She was born January 31, 1838 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died August 09, 1923 in Lincoln Co Ky. He married (2) MAHALA DELANY November 08, 1855 in Lincoln Co. KY, daughter of JOHN DELANEY and BARRILLA ELLISON. She was born May 30, 1838 in KY, and died August 09, 1923 in Lincoln Co KY.
Children of STEVEN ANDERSON and MAHALA DELANY are:
25. i. JOHN LIAS10 ANDERSON, b. August 12, 1855, Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co. KY,; d. August 09, 1944.
26. ii. MARY SUSAN ANDERSON, b. October 03, 1876; d. October 26, 1958, Lincoln Co. KY.
Generation No. 10
24. NANCY10 ANDERSON (THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1849. She married (1) UNK STEVENS. She married (2) MILTON MCMULLIN July 04, 1867 in Pulaski Co, son of JOHN MCMULLIN and SARAH MCMULLIN. She married (3) THOMAS BENTON ADDINGTON December 07, 1921 in Lincoln Co.
Children of NANCY ANDERSON and UNK STEVENS are:
i. LUCY11 STEVENS.
27. ii. ADA FRANCIS STEVENS, b. January 14, 1889, Russell, Kentucky; d. May 11, 1937.
Children of NANCY ANDERSON and MILTON MCMULLIN are:
28. iii. MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, b. 1871; d. 1930, Double Spring Cemetery Waynesburg, Ky.
iv. HENRY MCMULLIN, b. 1869.
v. SIDNEY MCMULLIN, b. 1875.
25. JOHN LIAS10 ANDERSON (STEVEN9, GARLAND8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born August 12, 1855 in Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co. KY,, and died August 09, 1944. He married REBECCA WARREN 1876 in KY.
Children of JOHN ANDERSON and REBECCA WARREN are:
i. IDA11 ANDERSON, m. LARKIN CHUMLEY, November 09, 1898, Lincoln Co. KY.
ii. MINNIE ANDERSON, b. 1880; m. ALFRED TAPP, November 09, 1898, Lincoln Co KY.
iii. DAISY ANDERSON, b. 1881; m. JAMES COLLIER, August 08, 1898, Lincoln Co. KY.
iv. EFFIE ANDERSON, b. October 13, 1884.
v. BYRD LELAH ANDERSON, b. December 20, 1887; d. September 01, 1971; m. DAVID HATCHER HARRIS, January 12, 1909, Lincoln Co. KY.
vi. HARTIE HARDY ANDERSON, b. April 19, 1869, Broughtontown, Lincoln Co. KY, Lincoln Co. KY; d. September 07, 1943, Lincoln Co Ky; m. (1) TILLY JESSWEIN; m. (2) DELILAH HARTSEL GREEN, November 08, 1903.
vii. MAHALA ANN ANDERSON, b. February 29, 1904; d. May 15, 1972, Lexington, Fayette Co. KY; m. CHESTER GREEN, November 12, 1923, Lincoln Co. KY.
viii. HAZEL ANDERSON, b. August 02, 1905; d. June 27, 1969, Lincoln Co Ky; m. CLOYD REYNOLDS, November 12, 1923, Lincoln Co. KY.
ix. ZOLA ANDERSON, b. October 10, 1911.
26. MARY SUSAN10 ANDERSON (STEVEN9, GARLAND8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born October 03, 1876, and died October 26, 1958 in Lincoln Co. KY. She married EGBERT AUSTIN GREEN December 02, 1896 in Stanford, Lincoln Co. KY. He was born June 21, 1876 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died October 20, 1940 in Lincoln Co Ky.
Children of MARY ANDERSON and EGBERT GREEN are:
i. CHESTER11 GREEN, b. September 28, 1898; d. December 06, 1981, Wayne MI; m. MAHALA ANN ANDERSON.
ii. BESSIE MAE GREEN, b. November 05, 1900; m. FRANCIS BLAND, August 12, 1927, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co. OH.
iii. FREDDIE GREEN, b. April 23, 1903; d. June 09, 1973, Dry Ridge, Boone Co. KY; m. MOLLIE ELKINS., December 24, 1923, Lincoln Co. KY.
Generation No. 11
27. ADA FRANCIS11 STEVENS (NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born January 14, 1889 in Russell, Kentucky, and died May 11, 1937. She married ARTHUR NOREL FOLEY, son of HENRY FOLEY and KESIAH WEBB. He was born October 09, 1881 in Russell, Kentucky, and died January 29, 1964.
Children of ADA STEVENS and ARTHUR FOLEY are:
i. ARTHUR OLLAND12 FOLEY.
29. ii. LOWELL EDWARD FOLEY, b. January 22, 1931, Lincoln co ky; d. July 10, 1998, Lexington Ky.
iii. LIBURN FOLEY.
iv. ONLYN FOLEY.
30. v. ONEY FOLEY.
28. MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN (NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1871, and died 1930 in Double Spring Cemetery Waynesburg, Ky. She married GENERAL THOMAS HICKS, son of JOHN CLOUD and MALINDA NORRIS. He was born January 26, 1869, and died June 23, 1943.
Children of MARTHA MCMULLIN and GENERAL HICKS are:
31. i. DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, b. September 21, 1895; d. May 15, 1973, Stanford, Ky.
32. ii. JOHN HENRY MILTON HICKS, b. April 22, 1891, Georgetown ,KY; d. December 01, 1930, Waynesburg, ky.
iii. ROSETTA HICKS.
Notes for ROSETTA HICKS:
She died after catching her cloth on fire.
Generation No. 12
29. LOWELL EDWARD12 FOLEY (ADA FRANCIS11 STEVENS, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born January 22, 1931 in Lincoln co ky, and died July 10, 1998 in Lexington Ky. He married ALLENE ESTES.
Children of LOWELL FOLEY and ALLENE ESTES are:
i. GARY13 FOLEY.
ii. JUDY FOLEY.
iii. MARVIS FOLEY, b. Lincoln co ky, Stanford, KY lived in Kings Mtn, Ky.
Notes for MARVIS FOLEY:
Played College base ball for University Of Kentucky
Played Major League BaseBall for Chicago White Sox
iv. JERRY FOLEY.
30. ONEY12 FOLEY (ADA FRANCIS11 STEVENS, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) She married MANUEL SMITH.
Child of ONEY FOLEY and MANUEL SMITH is:
i. LYNVILLE13 SMITH.
31. DOLLY MAE12 HICKS (MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born September 21, 1895, and died May 15, 1973 in Stanford, Ky. She married HENRY MONTERVILLE HUBBARD 1920, son of JOHN HUBBARD and NANCY POLLEY. He was born July 26, 1889, and died January 21, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.
Children of DOLLY HICKS and HENRY HUBBARD are:
33. i. CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13 HUBBARD, b. May 25, 1922, Pulaski County; d. May 25, 2008, Lincoln co ky.
34. ii. ANNA MONROE "SIS" HUBBARD, b. February 13, 1925.
35. iii. DOLLY LEE "DOODLE" HUBBARD, b. March 21, 1931.
36. iv. DAVID MONTERVILLE "DEE" HUBBARD, b. February 03, 1938, Lincoln Co; d. January 25, 2000, Lincoln Co.
v. WILLIAM BUDDY HUBBARD.
vi. ALICE MARION HUBBARD, b. December 22, 1927; m. (1) VICTOR ROGERS; m. (2) VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS, April 02, 1945; b. December 06, 1927.
Notes for VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS:
ROGERS, Victor d. 22 May 1998
WAYNESBURG - Victor Rogers, 70, of Greenbriar Road, Waynesburg, died Friday at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.
He was a supervisor for L.E. Myers in Chicago and an Army veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of Pleasant Point Baptist Church.
Born Dec. 6, 1927, he was the son of the late Claude Rogers and the late Peachie Terry Rogers.
Survivors include his wife, Alice Hubbard Rogers; two brothers, Scottie Rogers and Gene Rogers, both of Cincinnati; five sisters, Frances Ledford of Golden, Colo., Katherine West, Patricia Knechtly and Frieda Wall, all of Cincinnati, and Dorothy Rogers of Waynesburg
Services will be held 2 p.m. Monday at Barnett & Demrow Funeral Home by the Rev. Bill Rhodus. Burial will be at Pleasant Point Cemetery.
32. JOHN HENRY MILTON12 HICKS (MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born April 22, 1891 in Georgetown ,KY, and died December 01, 1930 in Waynesburg, ky. He married ELLA KATE ROBINSON December 01, 1912. She was born May 05, 1893 in Grant County, Ky, and died September 01, 1985 in Greenburg, IN.
Children of JOHN HICKS and ELLA ROBINSON are:
i. WAVIL MAE13 HICKS, b. August 30, 1913; d. February 13, 1994, Reading Ohio; m. WESLEY SLOAN.
Notes for WESLEY SLOAN:
Fell out of a tree and broke his neck and died, Hit on his feet and fell backward and hit a log.
ii. WALTER GORDON HICKS, b. November 19, 1915; d. May 14, 1969; m. RUBY WESLEY.
iii. WANDA ALICE HICKS, b. February 11, 1923; m. CHARLES ARTHUR TELLAS.
iv. HENRY FRANKLIN HICKS, b. January 19, 1931, Pulask Co,KY; m. DELORISE EVELYN WHITE, December 27, 1952; b. October 27, 1935, Greenburg IN.
Generation No. 13
33. CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13 HUBBARD (DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born May 25, 1922 in Pulaski County, and died May 25, 2008 in Lincoln co ky. He married LOLA JANE JENKINS 1942 in Kings Mtn, daughter of JAMES JENKINS and LAURA FLOYD. She was born July 29, 1924 in Lincoln County.
Children of CHARLES HUBBARD and LOLA JENKINS are:
37. i. WILLIAM ROBERT14 HUBBARD, b. July 28, 1943, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.
38. ii. DEANNA HUBBARD, b. January 22, 1945.
iii. CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD, b. January 19, 1947, Kings Mtn ky; d. June 22, 1947, Kings Mtn ky.
Notes for CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD:
Born at the Davenport farm at Kings Mtn on the Duncan Road, delivered by
Dr. Williams and another Dr. Born with cord around his neck. Duane died by fallen between the
bed and wal and choke to death.
39. iv. LANNY ROY HUBBARD, b. March 18, 1949, Kings Mtn Ky.
40. v. RITA MAE HUBBARD, b. January 07, 1951, Hall Gap.
34. ANNA MONROE "SIS"13 HUBBARD (DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born February 13, 1925. She married LEWIS ESTES.
Children of ANNA HUBBARD and LEWIS ESTES are:
i. MONNIE14 ESTES.
41. ii. RONNIE ESTES.
iii. LOU ANN ESTES, m. MARLON CLARKSON.
35. DOLLY LEE "DOODLE"13 HUBBARD (DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born March 21, 1931. She married MANUEL PULLIAM.
Children of DOLLY HUBBARD and MANUEL PULLIAM are:
i. MANUEL LEE14 PULLIAM.
ii. LARRY PULLIAM.
iii. VICTOR LYNN PULLIAM.
iv. GARY PULLIAM.
v. MELISSA PULLIAM.
36. DAVID MONTERVILLE "DEE"13 HUBBARD (DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born February 03, 1938 in Lincoln Co, and died January 25, 2000 in Lincoln Co. He married LUCY HOWARD.
Children of DAVID HUBBARD and LUCY HOWARD are:
i. SHELLY14 HUBBARD, m. BOYD HARRIS.
ii. ELIZABETH HUBBARD.
Generation No. 14
37. WILLIAM ROBERT14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born July 28, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married FEONA JANE CARIEL July 03, 1965 in Elgin Ill. She was born in Elgin Ill.
Children of WILLIAM HUBBARD and FEONA CARIEL are:
42. i. BRIAN ROBERT15 HUBBARD, b. October 03, 1966.
43. ii. CRAIG ROY HUBBARD, b. February 17, 1971.
38. DEANNA14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born January 22, 1945. She married (1) VERNON LEROY YOUNG in Tenn, son of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG. He was born October 23, 1939, and died October 02, 1993 in Stanford KY. She married (2) JAMES FLOYD April 26, 1984 in Tenn. He was born August 16, 1940.
Children of DEANNA HUBBARD and VERNON YOUNG are:
44. i. MARTIN LEROY15 YOUNG.
ii. MARLA JOY YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. FOSTER COOK, May 15, 1999, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn; b. December 15, 1969.
iii. MELINDA ANN YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. TIMMY JONES, August 03, 1996, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn.
iv. MEGAN YOUNG, b. July 10, 1978; m. CAMERON SAYLOR, October 23, 1999.
39. LANNY ROY14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born March 18, 1949 in Kings Mtn Ky. He married SANDRA JEAN CARRIER April 05, 1969 in Highland, Ky Mt Moriah, daughter of EUGENE CARRIER and LOIS DAUGHERTY. She was born August 09, 1951 in Danville, Ky.
Children of LANNY HUBBARD and SANDRA CARRIER are:
i. DUANE ROBERT "ROBBIE"15 HUBBARD, b. September 10, 1970, Danville Ky.
ii. MICHAEL RYAN HUBBARD, b. March 27, 1974, Danville Ky.
40. RITA MAE14 HUBBARD (CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born January 07, 1951 in Hall Gap. She married JOHN HAZLETT in Kings Mtn Pleasant Point Baptist, son of BOB HAZLETT and EDNA HAZLETT.
Children of RITA HUBBARD and JOHN HAZLETT are:
45. i. TRAY RENEE15 HAZLETT, b. South Coralina.
46. ii. RHONDA MICHELLE HAZLETT.
iii. KAREN HAZLETT.
iv. DAVID HAZLETT.
41. RONNIE14 ESTES (ANNA MONROE "SIS"13 HUBBARD, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) He married KATHY YOUNG, daughter of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG.
Child of RONNIE ESTES and KATHY YOUNG is:
i. JAKE15 ESTES.
Generation No. 15
42. BRIAN ROBERT15 HUBBARD (WILLIAM ROBERT14, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born October 03, 1966. He married KIM.
Child of BRIAN HUBBARD and KIM is:
i. HALLEY16 HUBBARD.
43. CRAIG ROY15 HUBBARD (WILLIAM ROBERT14, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born February 17, 1971. He married (1) JENNIFER SIMPSON. He married (2) TRACY DOSS.
Child of CRAIG HUBBARD and JENNIFER SIMPSON is:
i. TYLER RYAN16 HUBBARD.
Child of CRAIG HUBBARD and TRACY DOSS is:
ii. BRALEY16 HUBBARD.
44. MARTIN LEROY15 YOUNG (DEANNA14 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) He married SISSY.
Children of MARTIN YOUNG and SISSY are:
i. GENTRY16 YOUNG.
ii. CHASTEN YOUNG.
45. TRAY RENEE15 HAZLETT (RITA MAE14 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born in South Coralina. She married DENNIS WEISKIRCHER in Germany.
Children of TRAY HAZLETT and DENNIS WEISKIRCHER are:
i. REAGEN16 WEISKIRCHER.
ii. LEYNA WEISKIRCHER.
46. RHONDA MICHELLE15 HAZLETT (RITA MAE14 HUBBARD, CHARLES ROBERT "HUB"13, DOLLY MAE12 HICKS, MARTHA (MARY) ANNA11 MCMULLIN, NANCY10 ANDERSON, THOMAS JOHN9, POUNCY8, ARCHELUS7, DAVID6, ROBERT5, RICHARD4, ROBERT3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) She married JACK GALLAWAY.
Child of RHONDA HAZLETT and JACK GALLAWAY is:
i. FAITH JACKSON16 GALLAWAY.