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Subject: Fw: Buffalo Creek & Info on Hudson Johnson-Johnston associated with William Johnson of Buffalo Creek in Henry County in 1778-1782
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FW: Buffalo Creek & Info on Hudson Johnson-Johnston associated with William Johnson of Buffalo Creek in Henry County in 1778-1782
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Subject: FW: Buffalo Creek & Info on Hudson Johnson-Johnston associated with William Johnson of Buffalo Creek in Henry County in 1778-1782




Green Color is possible connections to Michael Johnson died 1718::: Blue is Clues on Hudson Johnson:: Fuchsia is surnames connected to my Ancestors on other lines: Aquasurname linesassociated with Karen Woods ::: Olen Johnson possible surname connections are Purple, Maroon is connecting surname to A. Euell Johnson

Please note the TIME ERA for Buffalo Creek first deeds located are in Aug 1745 to 1748 Deeds are in Brunswick Co:::: 1748 Jan until 1771 deeds are in Lunenburg Co::: 1771 Deeds are in Charlotte Co:: 1773 in Lunenburg County:: 1774 Deeds are in Halifax County:::1780 Deeds are in Pittsylvnia County:: 1782 and 1783 in Henry County:: 1783 in Bedford County:: 1784 deeds are in Bedford and Henry County then in 1789 Deeds are in Henry County and Campbell County:: 1791 in Henry County, in 1803 Deeds are in Patrick County::: Then some time this Buffalo Creek goes into Campbell County

1779 May 24 Henry County Inhabitants ask for the addition of a part of Henry County INTO BEDFORD COUNTY: Library of Virginia Petitions

1779 May 27 Henry County Inhabitants protest the division of the County:: Library of Virginia Governement Petitions
1779 Nov 2 Henry County Inhabitants ask for a division of the County, includes maps:: Library of Virginia Government Petitions.



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1745 Aug 20: Brunswick County: Peter King 100 acres on Buffalo Creek :Source Land Office Patents # 23 1743-1745, v 1-2 pg 112 on reel 21: Library of Virginia Archives Section:

RESEARCH NOTES: From " Crock Pot" by Dean Crocker e-mail is : Peter King born abt 1723 New Kent Co. Va died abt 1788 in what becomes Greene Co. Tn he married on Mary Johnston born Feb 9 1725-1726 in New Kent Co. Va:: Mary is reported to be daughter of Francis Johnson born abt 1700 New Kent CO. Va and wife Jane: Francis Johnston died Dec 4 1759 Guilford Co. NC:: Their son Peter King was born abt 1748 and died 1825 in Smith County Tn. He was married to Mary Jane Edwards born Dec 4 1759 Guilford Co. NC.:: Somehow this is connected to George Reeves per his info and George Reeves is connected to Trisha Johnston and his wife Susannah Turner.

RESEARCH NOTES: 1674 Oct 4: Eusebius King on Swift Creek by Willm Randolph:::: 1682 Dec 2 Eusebius King on Swift Creek:: 1687 April 21 : Eusebius King's neighbor is Samuel Newman::: 1698 Oct 15 Eusebius King's neighbor is Henry Randolph on Swift Creek: This is first King I found in Colony of VA: Unknown if connected to Peter King of 1723 Sept 5 of Hanover County on Turkey Creek::: 1723 Mar 24 a Peter King Hanover County lands are on Lines of John McQuerry and Capt John Symes ( Simms): 1729 Sept Hanover Co. a Peter King on Southanna River by John Clark and Andrew Hunter :: 1737 Aug 15 Hanover Co Neighbor of Peter King is John Horn on Turkey Creek

RESEARCH NOTE CROSSING SURNAMES: John Symes (Simms) owns land 1730 on Goochland County by Timothy Rich on Head of Beaverdam Creek:: IN 1735 Hanover County a Benjamin Johnson is on Turkey Run Creek:: in 1737 Hanover Co a John Horn owns land on Turkey Creek.

1747 Aug 20: Francis Callaway : Brunswick Co. Va: 244 acres on lower side of Buffaloe Creek:::from http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt<http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt>;

Research NOTES: this Callaway family is connected to Karen Woods ( Johnson researcher) This Callaway Family also connects to the Toney Family of Early Virginia which. which some Toney families connect to the De Toney Families of Early Scotland connected to the De Bohun Families which also Connect to Mary Gureant Johnson and to Maindert Doodes of Holland and to Plantagent lines off Elizabeth Montague which some of Euell Johnson and Ann Parkers lines attach to.

1748 Jan 10: Lunenburg County: John Stewart 318 acres on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining Lanceford and Talbot:: from http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt<http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt>;

RESEARCH NOTE: a Jno Stewart by Dan Marr on the List of William Caldwell in 1748 : also on 1748 List of Thos. Bedford is a John Stuart beside a John Randolph ::: Talbot died in Bedford Co VA


1749 May 20 :Lunenburg Co: Peter Hudson 169 acres on N side of Stanton River on both side of Buffalo Creek:from http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt<http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt>;

RESEARCH NOTE: 1748 Lunenburg Tithes List is one Peter Hudson, James Hudson, Daniel Hudson and Christopher Hudson on list of Cornelius Cargill also in 1752 there are Two Peter Hudson's one on Cornelius Cargill's List near William Perry David Robertson and William Johnston and a Wm King on this list:: in 1752 John Philips list is a Peter Hudson and Stephen Hudson by Col. Wm Randolph and a Nicholas Hail. Also a Patrick Johnson is on this list: See report of Miss Boonie Flythe on name comparisons coming off lines of Charles Johnson of Tuckahoe Creek as one is Patrick Johnson another is Hudson Johnson, which connect to William Johnson in 1803 Campbell County Deeds.

RESEARCH NOTE: a Morning HILL married a Peter Hudson bef Oct 19 1755 this Peter Hudson's father is Peter Fontaine Jr does this connect to Francis Hill buying property from Samuel Johnson in Henry County Deeds, he is from Prince Edward Co ?

RESEARH NOTE NICHOLAS HAILE DESCENDANTS ARE IN DICKSON AND HUMPHREYS CO TN ( Mary Hollands Research) also David Robertson is he connected to General James Randolph Roberson ( off Hatcher lines) of Bartons Creek Dickson Co. Tn.?

1750 June 1 Lunenburg County: William Callaway 180 acres on the North side of Otter River and including the mouths of Gladys Branch and Lick Run: Source Land Office Patents # 29 1749-1751, v 1-2 pg 194 on reel 27 Library of Virginia Archives Section

1750 June 1 : Lunenburg County: William Calloway 3/5 acres on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining his own land : Source Land Office Patents # 29 1749-1751, v-1-2 pg 198 on reel 27: Library of Virginia Archives Section.

RESEARCH NOTES: William Callaway on the 1752 Tithes list of John Phelps by Wm Gowin, Robt Graves, Wm Simmons, Jno Mounts, Wm Watkins, Jno Wood, Then comes Capt Chs Lynches list under JOHN PHELPS: CHs. O Neal, Harry Cockram, John Jennings, John Spurlock and Geo Rust:: Also of Note on John Phelps list are Stephen Hudson with Petr Hudson, Patrick Johnson, ON Capt Lynchs list is a Amt Johnson, Benj Gilbert, D Gilbert, Jas Briant, Thos Benton, Wm Stone, >THOS PITMAN< Wm Thomson, WM Moss, Jno Thomson, Jno Payne, Joseph Miller, ON List with Patrick Johnson is James Cole, Mark Cole Steph and Jas Bobit all on sub list of Mat. Talbot.

RESEARCH NOTE: THIS WILLIAM CALLAWAY ends up in Campbell County by 1785 with the Lynch's

1751 Sept 20: Lunenburg Co: William Echols ( also Eckols & Eckolds) 317 acres on both sides of Buffle Creek a branch of Stanton River adjoining Nathanial Dennis: Source Land Office Patents # 31 1751-1756 , v 1-2 on pg 64 of reel 29 : Library of Virginia Archives Section.

RESEARCH NOTE: 1752 Tithables of John Phelps on Capt Lynch's List in Jno Eckols by Benj. Orrick, Joel Meador, Jeff Crowley ( ? Crawley) and Wm Harvey

RESEARCH NOTE: William Echols born abt 1702 in Amelia County married Sarah Turner who was born May 13 1719 in Amelia County VA ( My Note Amelia County Va is strong hold of Terisha Turner the Ancient) Daughter Judith b 1736 abt married a Mr. Evans and 2nd a Richard Kirby on Jan 19 1760: Daughter Mary Francis Echols abt 1733 died bef 1761 in Surry Co.NC married Daniel Williams: in Surry Co NC in 1747: SON WILLIAM ECHOLS JR: abt 1738 died Feb 16 1794 in Halifax County Va. This William Echols owned lands on Pole Cat Creek ( poll cat creek):: This William Echols son also named William Echols married Mary Elizabeth Farmer per info on Rootsweb.com by Erol Bevan See ATKINSON,HOCKETT,KIDD,HENDRICKS ancestories to Adam and Eve.

RESEARCH NOTES: This Joel Meador is from my Mother's family. He is married to Susannah Clark. His Father is Jonas Meador and his Mother is Frances Hudgens. My problem with my Johnsons is that the information I have relates to William, a child, Moses, one of his male children, Lewis. I don't have provable knowledge of the family branches back then carrying forth the Johnson surname. Euell

1751 Sept 20; Lunenburg Co: Nathaniel Dennis: William Echols ( also Eckols & Eckolds) 317 acres on both sides of Buffle Creek a branch of Stanton River adjoining Nathanial Dennis: Source Land Office Patents # 31 1751-1756 , v 1-2 on pg 64 of reel 29 : Library of Virginia Archives Section.



1752 Oct 10: Lunenburg County: Daniel Hamblen 400 acres on Both sides of Buffalo Creek:::from http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt<http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt>;

1752 June 9 : Lunenburg Co Va: Obediah Woodson: 1250 acres on the upper side of Buffaloe Creek adjoining Pitman, Callaway & c: Source Land Office Patents # 31 1751-1756 v 1-2 on pg 105 of reel 29: Library of Virginia Archives Section;

Research NOTES: This Woodson line is connected to Col Samuel Woodson Venable of Prince Edward Co. Va. Who mentions Andrew Johnson slaves in his will and a Benjamin Johnson in this report has a son named Andrew Johnson

RESEARCH NOTE: BELOW WHAT IS THE CONNECTIONS HERE :VENABLE- WOODSON- Johnson- Caldwell
1749 Sept 5 William Caldwell 250acres on Chestnut Creek Lunenburg Co. VPB 28 pg 656 1760 Aug 22:: Abstract of Will of James Johnson identified sons as John, Samuel, James, daughter as Esther and Ann. Will filed 8-22-1760 in Lunenburg Co. Va. Wife is unknown, it makes mention of other children none by name: Witnesses to will are John Johnson, David Caldwell, William Caldwell and David Logan Jr.: note on William Caldwell tithes list of Lunenburg Co. also research note William Caldwell owned land on Chestnut Creek and Bantrees Creek deed dated Sept 5 1749 ( Lunenburg Co. ?) Note Caldewells and Richard Dudgeon are related to Col. Samuel Woodson Venable mentioned in Rev. War Application of James Johnston ( miltia Major) of Henry County Va.



1752 Nov 7 Lunenburg County: William Harris 1000 acres on Branch's of Blewstone and Buffalo Creek::from http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt<http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt>;

RESEARCH NOTE a Wm Harris's on the 1752 List of Cornelius Cargill by John Cargill, Cornelius Cargill, William Marrable, Will Gill John Cox, Jon Richardson, James Fline, Aaron Williams, Armistead Burwell.


1759 Aug 10: Lunenburg Co: William Perry 400 acres on both sides of Buffalo Creek adjoining Hudson's line: Source Land Office Patents # 34: 1756-1765 pg 441 on reel 33-34: Library of Virginia Archives Section Note this is Peter Hudson's line see above Deed May 20 1749

RESEARCH NOTE: William Perry on 1752 Tithable List of Cornelius Cargill by a William JOHNSTON who is only Johnston/ Johnson on this list: In 1764 Tithable list a William Perry is found on Edmund Taylor list for St. James Parish.

1760 Aug 20: Lunenburg Co: David Wimpee ( Wimpey) 11100 acres on the Head Branches of Buffalo Creek, Cargill's Creek adjoining Perry and King. Source Land Office Patents # 34 1756-1765 pg 674 on reel 33-34: Library of Virginia Archives Section;

RESEARCH NOTE: "The Brack Family" on Rootsweb.com: David Wimpey born abt 1745 Lunenburg Co. died 1811 in Pendleton Co. SC: Father is William Doak Wimpey from Ireland; mother is a Mornen:: David Wimpy son Archibald Wimpey married Elizabeth Henley ( Henley is surname connected to Terisha Johnston)

NOTE: CARGILL'S CREEK is named after Cornelius Cargill who assessed tithes in 1748- 1752 in Lunenburg CO. Va

1761 Feb 14: Halifax County Va: Joseph Eckols Jr: 13 acres being an Island in Stanton River near mouth of Buffalo Creek: Source Land Office Patents # 34, 1756-1765 pg 870 on reels 33-34: Library of Virginia Archives Section.

1767 March 24: Bedford County : William Callaway 530 acres on Eade's Branch and on the other north branches of Buffaloe Creek: Source Land Office Patents # 36 1764 1767, v-1-2 pg 1031 on reel 36 : Library of Virginia Archives Section

1771 Aug 3: Charlotte Co. Va Arthur Griffin Jr: 1350 acres on Branchs of Buffalo Creek;::from http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt<http://users.rcn.com/deeds/Charlott.txt>;



1773 June Lunenburg Co: William Dobbie on the Draughts of Buffaloe Creek adj. Tyin, John, Dougharty,Landswon, CPv7 per early Johnson Time lines.

1773 June 15:Lunenburg Co. Benjamin Johnston 350 acres on Droughts of Buffaloe Creek beginning on the County Lines. Land Office Patents no 41 1772-1773 p 362 ( reel 40) Source Land Office Patents # 41 Library of Virginia.

1774 June 16 Halifax County Grantor to Ben Johnson Grantee: Survey 9 pages 303: 350 acres on Buffalo Creek: Source Halifax County Va General Deeds 1752-1928

1774 June 16 Halifax County Grantor to Ben Johnson Grantee: Survey 9 page 303: 405 acres on Buffalo Creek: Source: Halifax Co. Va General Deeds 1752-1928

1774 June 16 Halifax Co. Va Grantor to Ben Johnson Grantee; Survey 9 pages 303: 383 acres on Buffalo Creek: Source Halifax Co. Va General Deeds 1752-1928 LDS Film # JR739

1779 May 24 Henry County Inhabitants ask for the addition of a part of Henry County INTO BEDFORD COUNTY: Library of Virginia Petitions

1779 May 27 Henry County Inhabitants protest the division of the County:: Library of Virginia Governement Petitions
1779 Nov 2 Henry County Inhabitants ask for a division of the County, includes maps:: Library of Virginia Government Petitions.

1782 William Johnson on tithes beside Rowland Chiles and Blackmore Hughes::: IN 1780 Hudson Johnson and William Johnson together on Tithables of Henry County. Rowland Chiles & Blackmore Hughes Live on Buffalo Creek.

1783 Dec 6 Blackmore Hughes in Henry Co. patents 687 acres on Buffalow Creek and branches of Smith River per land grants 1 1783-1784 page 233

Note a Benjamin Johnson in the lines of Michael Johnson is married to a Martha Hughes: Is there any connection here to Blackmore Hughes??

ReSearch NOTES: BLACKMORE HUGHES: From Darrell Elder on Roots webs.com File Name ROUTT: Blackmore Hughes was born abt 1720 in prob. Amelia County Va died 1786 in Henry Co.Va. he was first married to Elizabeth Roberts born abt 1720 in Va and died aft 1755 in possible Hanover Co. Va.: They had children John Hughes, George Hughes, Mary Hughes, Blackmore Hughes Jr, Elizabeth Hughes, Sarah Hughes and Thomas Hughes possible all born before 1755 in Hanover Co. Va.: Son George Hughes died 1831 in Bedford CO. Va. married an Elizabeth Adams born abt 1764 died aft 1850 in Bedford Co.Va., they had one son identified as Beverage Hughes who died abt 1796 in BEdford Co.Va.::other chidler to George and Eliazabeth are: John Hughes of Bedford Co: Cene or Reaney Hughes of Bedford Co: Sarah Hughes of Bedfrod Co: Samuel Hughes of Bedford Co: amd Mary "Polly" Huges of Bedford Co.

SUBNOTES: Blackmore Hughes buried in Hughes Cemetery in Henry County Va.

1784 Feb 6 : Bedford County Va: William Callaway 670 acres on the upper forks and branches of Buffalo Creek: Source Land Office Grants # 1 1783-1784 pg 406 on reel 50: Library of Virginia Archives Section.

1785-86 Franklin CO. is formed from Parts of Bedford and Henry Co. Va. http://www.rootsweb.com/~vabedfor/bedf-pvb.htm<http://www.rootsweb.com/~vabedfor/bedf-pvb.htm>;
the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the archives of Virginia. Library of Virginia.

RESEARCH NOTES: William Callaway on the 1752 Tithes list of John Phelps by Wm Gowin, Robt Graves, Wm Simmons, Jno Mounts, Wm Watkins, Jno Wood, Then comes Capt Chs Lynches list under JOHN PHELPS: CHs. O Neal, Harry Cockram, John Jennings, John Spurlock and Geo Rust:: Also of Note on John Phelps list are Stephen Hudson with Petr Hudson, Patrick Johnson, ON Capt Lynches list is a Amt Johnson, Benj Gilbert, D Gilbert, Jas Briant, Thos Benton, Wm Stone, >THOS PITMAN< Wm Thomson, WM Moss, Jno Thomson, Jno Payne, Joseph Miller, ON List with Patrick Johnson is James Cole, Mark Cole Steph and Jas Bobit all on sub list of Mat. Talbot.

1784 Henry County Taxes William Johnson gone from them

1784 Aug 15: Henry County John Kendrick pgs 35-36 Henry Co. Deed Book: John Kendrick of Henry Co. to Nicholas Coger (Koger) of the same for the sum of 20 pounds sells lands on Smith River beginning at Thomas Huff's line crosses Buffalow Creek to Thomas Harbour's corner on Smith River containing more of less 250 acres Witn None Signed John Kendrick.

SUB NOTES: THOMAS HARBOUR: 1753 130 acres on Irwin River at mouth of Puping Creek in Lunenburg Co. Va: 1753 Halifax Co: 318 acres, South Side of Goblintown Creek:: 1753 Halifax County 140 acres on Both sides of Blackberry Town Creek:: 1753 Halifax County 150 acres on Irwin River adjoining lands of Charles White::1753 Halifax County 115 acres on North Fork of Goblin Town Creek::1753 Halifax County: 144 acrres on South side of Sycamore Creek:: 1753 Halifax Co 204 acres on both sides of Sycamore Creek::1753 Halifax Co. 354 acres on both sides of Fall Creek::1745 Goochland Co, 400 acres on North Branches of Herseleys Creek:: 1737 Goochland Co: 1463 ares on both sides of Bellingers Creek:: 1734 Goochland Co. 400 acres on the north side of Rivanna and on both sides of Ballengers Creek::

1789 Nov 28: Adam Turner: Henry County: pgs 51-53 Deeds: Nicholas Cogar ( Kogar) to Adam Turner both of Henry Co. for the sum of 60 pounds sells land on Smith River with lines of Thomas Huff and opposite Thomas Harbours corner on Smith River and crosses Buffalo Creek contianing 250 acres> Signed Nicholas Koger.



See 2004 Note on location of Buffalo Creek in Campbell County Virginia below 1790 Henry County Deed Book 4 ( 178-1792) Robert Hughes to Martin Amos:

Indenture made this 6th day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and Ninety between Robert Hughes of Henry Co. of one part and Martin Amos of the same County Witnesseth that said Robert Hughes for and in considerations of 60 pounds current money to him in hand paid the receipt whereof forth hereby acknowledge and to him in hand paid the receipt where of he doth acknowledge and himself fully satisfied and paid hath granted bargained and sold, released and confirm unto the said Martin Amos on certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Henry on both sides of Buffalow Creek and bounded as Follows to wit. Beginning at a Chestnut Tree in John Kendrick's line thence new lines South 55 degrees West One hundred and forty six poles to a poplar in Hughes Line thence along said Hughes line as it (?) to a small branch on Smith River > ( partial as all names are mentioned) Witn: John Henderson, Elisha Harbour Hughes and Moses Harbour (BHM)

RESEARCH NOTES: 1785 Dec 2: Henry County: Thomas Henderson: 336 acres on both sides of Smith River adjoining JOHN HENDERSON: Land Grants X 1785, pg 442 on reel 64

RESEARCH NOTES: 1800 March 8 PATRICK COUNTY: David Harbour 50 acres on the South waters of Sycamore Creek adjoining MOSES HARBOUR : Land Office Grants # 43 1799-1800 pg 467 on reel 109

RESEARCH NOTE: Search on the Name John Kendrick:: Deed Book A page 368 Feb 27 1749:: John Kendrick and his wife Marylin to Richard Cole for 30 pounds, 200

acres lying on both sides of the south fork of Contrary Creek as follows: Beginning at John C----- corner. Crossing the south fork of Contrary Creek corner pine of Compton's line:: Witness William Kendrick, BENJAMIN BIBB and JAMES JOHNSON

John Kendrick died 1807 in Mecklenburg Co. Va; Wife is Amy:: Deceased daughter Molly Cunningham her children are Keziah Cunningham,

Rebecca Cunningham, George Cunningham, Sally Cunningham, Baird Cunningham with a grandson John Cunningham: John Kendrick's deceased

Daughter is SARAH PATRICK, daughter Keziah STEVENS, son John Kendrick, daughter Obedience DINKINS, daughter Lucy DINKSIN, a Grandson

Greenberrry Stephens.:: MY NOTES SOME HOW THIS CONNECTS: Possible a Cousin to John Kendrick of Buffalow Creek.

Notes on John Kendrick Sr. born abt 1729 in Va died 1802 in Washington CO. Va. In 1779 lived on Buffalow Creek in Henry Co. Va.. He is reported

to be son of Thomas Kendrick and Elizabeth Preston per info on rootsweb.com

1790 Henry County Rent Rolls list two Blackmore Hughes :: Per subscription to Ancestory.com VA Early Census Index.

1791 Places in Patrick County Virginia USGS report of WOOLWINE and CHARITY on Drainage of Buffalo Creek
Samuel Allen:
Martin Amoss
Archer and Lucy Barnard
Samuel Henry
Daniel Howell
Thomas Huff
Beverage and Robert Hughes or Hews
William Isham
John Kendrick
John Lackey
Samuel Layne
Henry McGuffy
Benjamin Morris
Dandridge Slaughter
Jno. P Stegall
Benjamin Stenett
John Ward
John Wilson

NOTE ON 1791 on Buffalo Creek:
Samuel Allen and Josiah Allen are in Amherst Couny
Sept 1780 Henry County: Samuel Allen 107 acres on both sides of N. Fork of Jack's Creek
Jan 26 1784 Henry County: Samuel Allen 112 Acres on N. Fork of Jacks Creek
Dec 2 1785: Henry County Samuel Allen 174 acres on waters of Goblintown Creek adjoining Luke Folies land
Martin Amoss
Pgs 236-237 Henry County Deeds 1790 Dec 6: proved 25 April 1791: Robert Hughes of Henry Co to Martin Amos of the same for the sum of 60 pounds selss land on Both Sides of Buffalow Creek with lines of John Kindrick and a small branch of the Smith River containing 240 acres possession taken this day: Witn: John Henderson, Elisha Harbour,Moses Harbour (bhm) signed Robert Hughes. ( research Note a William Amos 1749 Sept 5 on Little Byrd Creek)

Daniel Howell:
1785 Dec 2: Henry County: Grantee 118 acres on Smiths River adjoining John Henderson and Thomas Henderson: Land Office Grants X 1785pg 483 Library of Virginia Archives Section

THOMAS HUFF
1780 July 7: Pittsylvania County : See John Kendrick Deed below
WILLIAM ISHAM
NOTES: From Michael Ison on Roots Web.com File name Ison-Isham: William Isham of Henry Co Va. Was born abt 1750 died abt 1815 in Washington Co.KY: His lands went into Patrick County when this county formed from Henry County: he is reported to be the son of a James Isham born abt 1710 William Isham has one son identified as William Isham Jr; b 1776 in Henry Co. Va. He married Nancy Peter daughter of Samuel Peter and Mary Taylor she died in Boyle County KY:: WilliamIsham sister Ursala Isham b abt 1738 in Amherst Co. Va. Married Benjamin H. Stinnet abt 1763 in Williamsburg, Amherst County Va.

John Kendrick : 1780 July 8: Pittslyvania County Va: 393 Acres on Bufaaloe Creek adjoining Thomas Huff: Source Land Office Grants A 1779-1780 pg 265 reel 42: Library of Virginia Archives Section

John Kendrick: Henry County: 1782 June 1: 348 acres on Smiths River adjoining Capt. Wards land: Land Office Grants G 1782-1783 pg 213 Library of Virginia Archives Setion.

SUB NOTES: of Namomi Emmich on Rootsweb.com File Name Emmich: report John Kendrick born abt 1750 in HENRY COUNTY ( My NOTE HENRY COUNTY FORMED 1776) he died 1812 in Washington CO. Va: father is John Kendrick and Elizabeth Preston he was married to Virginia Elizabeth Summers 1804 inWashington Co.Va.

Jno P. Stegall NOTES A George Stegall of Amelia County 1742 Feb 12 owns 400 acres on the lower side of Wests Creek of Deep Creek: Land Office Patents # 21 1742-1743 pg 173 on reel 19: Library of Virginia Archives Section

Benjamin Stennett : 1786 Oct 1 Henry Co Deeds pgs 294-295: Benjamin Stennet of MONTGOMERY COUNTY Va to William Isam of Henry County for 50 pounds sells lands in Henry Co by estimate 100 acres more or less. It being the upper part of the survey of the land that formerly John Hendricks (? Kendricks) to a dividing Line between John Henricks (? Kendricks) and Stennet on Buffalow Creek that the said Stennet purchased from John Hendrick.. Line, still Branch: WiTN: Adam Lackey: Samuel Allen, David Harbour Sr. proved 9 April 1787.

SUB NOTES: BENJAMIN Stennet Brother in Law to a William Isham above: Also 1750 June 1 Albemarle Co: a Benjamin Stennet Grantee 400 acres near the Tobacco Row Mountian on the north branches of Huff's Cree; also a James Stennet 1750 June 1 Albemarle County 227 acres on the branches of Huffs Creek:

John Ward: 1789 March 11: Henry Co Deeds pg 495-496: John WARD OF CAMPBELL COUNTY to Robert Hughes of Henry Co. for and in consideration of 90 pounds sells and conveys land on both side of Buffalow Creek joins John Kendrick: Witn: Benjamin Buterworth, Thomas Murrell, Martin Lawrance proved 30 Mar 1789 Signed John Ward

John Ward: 1789 March 11 Deed pg 500 Henry Co: John Ward of Campbell Co. to Beveridge Hughes of Henry County for the sum of 100 pounds Sell land on both sides of Buffalow Creek being 89 acres : Witn: Thomas Murrell, Benjamin Butterworth, Martin Laurence: Proved 30 March 1789 signed John Ward.

1793 July 19 Blackmore Hughes in Henry Co. patents 254 acres on the head of Buffalo Creek per Land Office Grants # 28 1792-1793 page 595 on Reel 94, Library of Virginia Archives Section

1801 May 3 ( Goochland Co Va) Thomas Herndon and Susanna his wife of Goochland County Va and William Johnson and wife Mary of Campbell Co. Va sell to John Britts of Goochland Co. for $1 land on waters of LICKINGHOLE CREEK bounded by William Page, Tarlton Layne, James Holman, Arch. Bryce & orphans of John Britt decd. 130 acres. The same being part of the Tract belonging to the trustees of estate of John Britt deceased. Wit. Arch. Bryce Jr., Paul Dimuksm, William Mulins, Rice Enne. Signed Thos. Herndon, Samuel Herndon, William Johnson, Mary Johnson, ackn & Susanna Herndon reliq. Dower July 20 180? Goochland Co. DB # 18 pg 217:See report of Miss Bonnie Flythe

this William Johnson is a Descendant of Charles Johnson on Little Byrd Creek and who also owns land on Tuckahoe Creek with a Brother Named Hudson Johnson ( not mine as it is not 1740-1750 era)


RESEARCH NOTE: THOMAS HERNDON JOHNSON OFF LINES OF BILL JOHNSON Researcher in Campbell/ Bedford County VA::: He advised that William A Johnson is father of Thomas Herndon Johnson??????

1803 Patrick Co. Va Order Book 1 March Court
On a Motion of RICHARDSON MAYO ordered that a W. of Adquodamnum issue privileging him to build a Water Grist Mill a cross Bufalow Creek according to Law.

NOTE RICHARDSON AND MAYO are both surnames I descend from
1834 Nov 10 Bedford Co Va: Eliza J. Echols: 30 1/4 acres on head waters of Buffaloe Creek: Source Land Office Grants # 83 1833-1837 pg 533 on reel 149: Library of Virginia Archives Section.

2004 Buffalo Creek , a stream is in Campbell County Virginia, In Quadrangle "LYNCH STATION" see Geospatial & Statistical Data Center at http://fisher.lib.virginia.edu/collections/gis/vagaz/results_by_feature.php?feature-name=...<http://fisher.lib.virginia.edu/collections/gis/vagaz/results_by_feature.php?feature-name=...>;

Buffalo Creek is at Latitude 37.23583 longtitiude -79.32639


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