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Note: "Soon after Colonel Claiborne married Mary Herbert, he built "Windsor", then in Surry county, but later fell in Sussex. Colonel Claiborne was a Burgess from Surry County 1748-54 and the first clerk of Sussex County when it was formed in 1754. He served as Clerk for twenty-two years, u until 1776, when he became a Colonel of Virginia. He was also a member of the Committee of Safety for Sussex in 1775." (Boddie, Virginia Historical Genealogies, p. 40)
According to the website "Virginians" (www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&3490), Augustine was head of a household of nine whites and 30 blacks in Sussex County in 1782. He had twenty-five slaves in Dinwiddie County that same year. His will was recorded 17 May 1787.
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