Nancy and Young Brizendine, orphans of Isaac, selected William Tisdale as their guardian 5 Nov 1798.
On March 31, 1804, John Roberts paid "seventy five pounds current money of Virginia" to William Lain for one hundred acres of land in Charlotte County bounded by the lines of John Randolph, Quin Morton, John Pettey, Stephen May, & Thomas Brooks. The sale was witnessed by John Pollock, Young Brizendine, Richard Carter, George Redmond, and Pleasant Cosby.Roberts-9749 01:32, 15 April 2019 (UTC)
Possibly the same Young with bond: 9 November 1803. Young Brizendine and Ann Ritter Herndon, dau. Joseph Herndon. Sur. Richard Brizendine. Married same day by Rev. William Richards. p 331
↑ Magazine of Virginia Genealogy; Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly; Volume 26; Number 1; February 1988; Page 18; Cites to: Eighteenth Century Charlotte County Children; Abstracted by: Joanne Lovelace Nance; Charlotte Order Book 11 (1797–Feb 1799); Page 226.
↑ Charlotte County Deed Book 11, pp 196-197; microfiche accessed at the Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
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