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Peter Hudson (1695 - 1752)

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Peter Hudson
Born in Henrico County, Virginiamap
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Died in Halifax County, Virginiamap
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Biography

Peter Hudson, son of Robert and Mary Hudson, was born in Henrico County VA in about 1695. He was highly successful in life as evidenced by the generous gifts he left his children in his will (see below).

He had two marriages: he married Mercy Briggs and , after her death. Martha Briggs.

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2017 NOTE: THIS SECTION WAS INTENDED TO BE TEMPORARY. IN FACT IT MAY ALREADY BE TIME TO DELETE IT. SINCE THERE SEEMS TO BE DISPUTE ON SOME PETER HUDSON FACTS, THESE NOTES FROM A COORPORATIVE HUDSON RESEARCH EFFORT WERE KEPT AS REFERENCE MATERIAL. .... HOWEVER, AS TIME PASSES AND (SEEMINGLY) THE DATA AND REFERENCES ARE ACCEPTED, THE NEED FOR THESE NOTES SEEMS MUCH LESS IMPORTANT. ... We may attempt to include some portions of the information below in the "Sources" section of this Profile or include it as a PDF attachment for reference.

the following is a collection of open source comments / information related to Peter Hudson. A copy of Peter Hudson's will is also inserted since it confirms important names and dates.

Oct, 25, 1725 Henrico Co. Court Records Martha, Relicit of Halcot Pride, now married to Peter Hudson, failed to appear and comply with orders of Sept Court relating to Halcot Prides Orphans per p 169, Vol 27, 1982 Virginia Genealogist Halcott had a least 3 daughters. Information found on Rootsweb.

Henrico Will and deed Bk 1725-1737 p 215 15 Sept 1728 Bond of Peter Hudson to John Towns that heirs of Halcott Pride, when they come of age, will make over to said Towns, 150 acresz next to John Pride on Butterwood Cr. in Goodchland Co. Witn: james Akin jr., John Bowman, John Farmer. signed Peter Hudson Oct. 1728,1729.

Court of Common Please Term May 1752- Mar 1755 Halifax Co. Va Mar. 20,1753 pg 66 Will of Peter Hudson Sr. ded'd presented by Peter Jr. and Robert Hudson Executors, Martha Hudson Executress being dead and proben by William Sims and John Gregory to witness, Samuel Harris and Sherwood Walton and Edward Parker.

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Will of Peter Hudson

Will dated 7 Oct 1752. Probated in Mar 1753 Transcript of Will of Peter Hudson, dated 07 Oct 1752, Halifax Courthouse, VA, Book 69, pages 136-138 (Father of Peter Hudson, "SR" Will dated 20 Oct 1803)

In the name of God Amen, I Peter Hudson of the County of Halifax being in perfect Mind and Memory blessed by Almighty God for the same do make constitute and Ordain this my last Will and Testament, and desire it may be received as such. First and Principally I commend my soul to Almighty God in hopes of a blessed Rep.... at the last Day and trusting in the Mercy of my Blessed Redeemer for the Remission of all my sins I commit my body to the Earth and desire to be Interned in such becoming manner as my Executor hereafter mentioned shall think proper. A............ Worldly Goods that God of his Mercy has been pleased to bestow on me, I Give in manner following.

.......... I give & bequeath to my Eldest son (Peter Hudson) Four Hundred----- Acres of land in Lunenburg County and ... Stanton River beginning on said Stanton River at a .......... Sand place then a strait...... To a Walnut Tree on the West side of a new Tobacco House and hence forward to make the above Four Hundred Acres the ...... . Land is the upper part of my ......in the County aforesaid which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land on the North ....Stanton River in the County of Lunenburg beginning at the ....... and joining Peter Hudson ......................Stanton............ mouth of Buffalo Creek then up the said Buffalo as high as a

Wtp Notes from Peter Hudson's Will ,

Peter Hudson, JR eldest son land in Lunenburg Co

William Hudson (next older) 400 acres also, next to Peter

branch that is known by the name of Benajers (??)_ branch thence up the said Benajers branch to conclude the above said four hundred acres which said Land I give to him, his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son James Hudson a certain Track or parcel of Land containing by estimation four hundred acres be the same more or less in the County of Lunenburg and on Stanton River beginning at the mouth of the aforesaid Buffalo Creek thence up the Creek to a line of ......... Trees thence on the said line....................of Buffalo and Stanton River , which said Land I give to him, his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson a certain Tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation Four Hundred Acres be the same more or ........ Lying and being in the County of Halifax and on the Stanton River and bounded as follows Viz. Beginning at the mouth of a Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the said Creek as it ........ and thence all the land that I purchased on the south side said Stanton below the mouth of the said Beaver Creek which said Land I give to Him his Heirs, and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son David Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land in the County of Halifax it being ... on Stanton River also and ... includes the plantation whereon I now dwell and Beginning at the mouth of the said Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the Creek and up the said River for the above said compliments of Four Hundred Acres which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hudson one horse named ......, Bridle and Saddle , one Cow and Calf, two Sowers and Pigs, one Feather bed,......... and furniture, one Young .....

James Hudson 400 acres , Lunenburg

Daniel also 400 acres , this in Halifax

David Hudson 400 acres, in Halifax

William Hudson, horse. etc

Lamb, one ..... Iron .... ... Good Frying pan which said moveables.I give to the said William Hudson his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson one Feather Bed well filled and Furniture, two Sowers and Pigs, one Ewe and Lamb, one Iron ..... .....Good Frying pan which said Moveable's. I give to the said Daniel his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Phoebe one Good .... Colt, one Bridle and Saddle, one Feather Bed and Furniture, one Cow and Calf, one ...... ..... ..... , one Ewe and Lamb which said moveable's I give to her, her Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give to my Loving Wife Martha Hudson during her natural life all other my moveable Estate and after her Decease I give and bequeath my said moveable Estate together with my negroes to my son David Hudson to him his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Whereas ......................and as yet haven't made ................................................................. I hereby empower my Executors hereafter mentioned to make them a Good and Lawful Rights by way of Deeds and to Acknowledge the same in the County Court where.... Lands Lie.

First Robert Hudson my Nephew Four Hundred Acres on both sides of the .............. Creek where he now lives for which said Four Hundred I have received Thirty Pounds the full consideration which I am to have for the same.

Daniel, Bed, furniture

Phoebe, Cold, bed, furniture (likely oldest daughter)

Wife Martha Hudson, moveable estate, after her death, goes to David and heirs

Robert Hudson Nephew

Second Anthony Griffin One thousand Acres to be laid off from the old path on Piney branch, thence up both sides for the said Thousand Acres in Halifax County.

Third James Burton Four Hundred Acres in Lunenburg on a Creek of Stanton River called Buffalo beginning where James Hudson ..... .... the said Buffalo Creek, thence up the Creek on both sides to William Perry's Line, thence along Perry's line for the compliment of Four Hundred as above said.

Fourth Richard Hudson my Nephew Two Hundred Acres in Lunenburg County on Buffalo Creek above said Begin at the fork where ......... Branch makes out of the said Buffalo thence on ..............Creek and ....... branch for the compliment of two hundred acres .............................

Anthony Griffin, 1000 acres along Wm Perry's land

Richard Hudson, nephew, 200 acres

Item ........................................... Them to the best Advantage and after my Lawful Debts are paid that then the remainder of the money ........ by the sale of the said land shall be equally divided among all my children, Viz. Sarah Parker, Judith Harris, Peter Hudson, James Hudson, Daniel Hudson, William Hudson, Phoebe Hudson, and David Hudson which said money I give to them, their Heirs and Assigns forever.

I do hereby constitute and appoint my Loving wife Executrix, Peter Hudson my Son and Robert Hudson my Nephew Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In ........ whereof I have hereunto set my ... Affixed my seal this seventh day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty two. (Signed) Peter Hudson In presence of: William Sims Edward Lester John (his mark) Gregory


On 20th day of March 1753

The ......... written last Will and Testament of Peter Hudson Deceased was ....... In Court by Peter Hudson and Robert Hudson Executors therein named (Martha Hudson Executrix therein also named being dead and the same was proved by the brother of William Sims and John ....... and ordered to be Recorded, and o the motion of the said......,who made oath concerning the same and together with Samuel Harris, Sherwood ...... and Edward Parker their....... Entered into bond and acknowledged ..... Certificate was granted them for obtaining probate of the said Will in due form


Acknowledgement

Much information came from Belva Cauthen, a descendant of Judith Hudson Harris, Pat Mason Harris, Pat Seaver, James Arlandsons (Wilborn family researcher), and Bill Pool (James Pool family researcher). These references are a few years old and there are likely additions and corrections to the working research note listed below as new evidence is uncovered.


Feb 13, 2010 Compilation of information

I have complied fact's given by many researchers. My thanks to Harris Researchers, Bev Cauthens, Pat Mason Harris, Pat Seaver, James Arlandsons, Wilborn family, Bill Pool, Pool family. This is evidence and a time line for William Hudson son of 1 Peter Hudson and Martha unknown Pride, Hudson. As always is subject to new evidence when found. Harris Family researchers have said that William Hudson is said to have lived near William and Judith Hudson Harris through out their lives. Wm. Harris dying 1778/79 and Judith dying 1796/97. This follows William Hudson from Halifax Co. Va to Mecklenburg Co.Va to Laurens Co. South Carolina.

At this time we have not found a time of death for William Hudson only it was after 1809 the date of the last deed of his family. And that it is not the William Hudson of 1813 believe this to be the son of William Hudson who father is Isaac Hudson of Ameila Co. Va. This family does not claim this William to be 1 Peter's son. Can be verified through Hudson Family Ass.

1st evidence of William Hudson is the Will of his father 1 Peter Hudson. This Will was transcribe by a Harris researcher as follows: There are actually some blanks in the will, as some sections were missing or had become illegible. Full View of Record: Archives/Manuscripts Request | Save/Mail | Add to List | View List | Results List Choose format: Standard format Catalog card Citation Name tags MARC tags Record 90 out of 101 Call Number 26196, 27547 Author Hudson, Peter, d. 1753 Title Will, 1752 Oct. 7. Material 8 leaves. Gen. note The will was recorded in Halifax County Will Book O, 1753-1772, however, the recordation is lacking since p. 1-14 are missing. The original will was located in File Box No.1 in the courthouse and prints were made of it and filed in the original will book at the courthouse. Summary Will of Peter Hudson of Halifax County, Virginia, dated 7 October 1752 and proved 20 March 1753. Also includes a copy of the administrators bond for the estate of Peter Hudson. Cite As Peter Hudson Will, 1753. Accessions 26196, 27547. Personal Papers collection. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 23219. Format Photocopies. Subject - Personal Hudson, Peter Genre/Form Bonds -- Virginia -- Halifax County. Personal papers. Wills -- Virginia -- Halifax County. Series Personal papers collection; 26196, 27547 holdings (1) All items System Number 000488716 Transcribed by Pat Mason Harris

In the name of God, Amen. I Peter Hudson of the County of Hallifax being in perfect Mind and Memory (blessed be Almighty God for the same) do make constitute and Ordain this my last Will and Testament and desire it may be received as such First and Principally I commend my Soul to Almighty God, in hopes of a blessed Resurrection at the last Day and trusting in the Merits of my Blessed Redeemer for the Remission of all my Sins I commit my Body to the Earth and desire to be Interred in such becoming Manner as my Executors hereafter mentioned shall Think Proper As for those Worldly Goods that God of his Mercy has been pleased to bestow on me I give in manner following.

Imprimis I Give and bequeath to my Eldest son Peter Four Hundred acres of Land in Lunenburg County and on Stanton River Beginning on Said Stanton River at a Gate marker in the said River at the common Landy place thence a strait course to a Walnut Tree thence on the West side of a new Tobacco House and thence forward to make the above Four Hundred Acres the above said Land is the upper part of my Tract in the County aforesaid which said Land I Give to him his heirs and assigns forever.

Item I Give and Bequeath to my son William Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land on the North side Stanton River in the County of Lunen burg. Beginning at the Gate aforesaid and Joining Peter Hudsons Line on the .....and running up the Stanton to the mouth of Buffalo Creek thence up the said Buffalo as high as a branch that is known by the name of Benajers branch thence up the said Benajers branches to conclude the abovesaid four hundred Acres which said Land I Give to him his Heirs and assigns forever. Item I Give and bequeath to my son James Hudson a certain Tract or parcel of Land containing by Estimation Four Hundred Acres be the same more or Less. Scituate in the County of Lunenburg and on Stanton River Beginning at the mouth of the above said Buffaloe Creek thence up the Creek to a line of maple Trees thence on the said Line thence all the Land that I possess below the said mouth of Buffaloe and on Stanton River aforesaid which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Second page: I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson a certain Tractor parcel of Land containing by estimation Four Hundred Acres be the same more or Less Situate Lying and being in the county of Halifax and on Stanton River and Bounded as follows Viz. Beginning at the mouth of a Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the said Creek as it Meanders and thence all the Land that I Possess on the South side said Stanton below the mouth of the said Beaver Creek which said Land I Give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I Give and bequeath to my son David Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land in the County of Halifax it being on Stanton River also and do include the plantation whereon I now dwell and Beginning at the mouth of the said Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the Creek and up the said River for the above said Compliment of Four Hundred Acres which said Land I Give to him hes Heirs & Assigns forever. David Hudson got the original plantation of 1 Peter Hudson. tem I Give and bequeath to my son William Hudson one horse named Spanker Bridle and Saddle. One Cow and Calf Two Sows and Pigs one Feather bed well filled and furniture one young Ewe and lamb, one Iron pot, one Good Frying Pan, which above said moveables I give to the said William Hudson his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I Give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson one Feather Bed well filled and Furniture: Two Sows and Pigs One Ewe and Lamb one Iron Pot one Good Frying pan which said moveables give to the sid Daniel his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I Give and bequeath to my Daughter Pheby one Good Horse Colt one Bridle and Saddle one Feather Bed and Furniture one Cow and calf one Seal Skin Trunk branded IHA One Ewe and Lamb which said moveables I give to her her Heirs and Assigns forever. (this is not the Pheby who married her 1 cousin James Hudson, that Pheby was probably the sister of 1 Peter Hudson not his daughter) Item I Lend to my Loving Wife Martha Hudson during her natural Life all other my moveable Estate and after her Decease give and bequeath my said moveable Estate together with my negroes to my son David Hudson to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. (This term lend is also used in Wm Harris Will with Judith. Research note: according to information on Virginia laws per this http://www.genfiles.com/legal/legalterms.htm Unless stated in the Will, the widow did not receive the land or platation. And then it was only given per her life time.

Third page: Whereas the following [part of page torn out] and I as yet have not made deeds to them and Acknowledge the same I hereby empower my Executors hereafter mentioned to make them a Good and Lawful Right by way of Deeds and to Acknow- ledge the same in the County Court where such Lands Lie.

First: Robert Hudson my Nephew Four Hundred Acres on both sides of the Heads of Ashcake Creek where he now lives for which said Four Hundred I have received Thirty Pounds the full consideration which I am to have for the same. (Robert had purchase the land) Second: Anthony Griffin One Thousand Acres to be Laid off from the Old path on Piny Branch thence up both sides for the said Thousand Acres in Halifax County. Thirdly James Burton Four Hundred Acres in Lunenburg on a Creek of Stanton River called Buffaloe Beginning where James Hudsons Lines leave the said Buffaloe Creek thence up the Creek on both sides to William [Kamps?] Line thence a long Perrys Line for the Compliment of Four Hundred as above said Fourthly Richard Hudson my Nephew Two Hundred Acres in Lunenburg County on Buffaloe Creek above said Beginning at the fork where Benajers Branch makes out of the said Buffalo thence on Buffaloe Creek and on Benajers branch (Wm Hudson also received land) for the Compliment of Two Hundred acres. (Some of the will is missing ...totally blank on the copy...part of the word "Item" is readable, but fully one quarter of the page is blank below the above paragraphs ~ PAT . )

Fourth page: Item Whereas I have several [part of page torn out] ....in each County, Viz, Lunenburg and Halifax I will that my Executors hereafter mentioned Should make sail of them to the best advantage and after my Lawful Debts are paid that then the remainder of the money arising by the sail of the said Land shall be equally Divided among all my children. Viz Sarah Parker Judith Harr [Harrs? ~ Pat ] Peter Hudson James Hudson Daniel Hudson William Hudson Phebe Hudson and David Hudson which said money I give them their Heirs and assigns forever. I do hereby constitute and Appoint my Loving Wife Executrix Peter Hudson my son and Robert Hudson my Nephew Executors of this my Last Will and Testament In Witness whereof have hereunto set my name Affixed my Seal this Seventh Day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty Two. Signed Sealed And Delivered In the presence of William Sims E Edward Lester John X (his mark) Gregory Peter Hudson seal Peter Hudson Will Rd 1753

The within written last Will and Testament of Peter Hudson Deceased was Exhibited in Court by Peter Hudson and Robert Hudson Executors therein Named (Martha Hudson Executurx therein also Named being Dead) And the same was Proved by the Oaths of William Sims and John Gregory two of the Witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded . And on the motion of the said Executors, who made Oath According to Law and together with Samuel Harris Sherwood Walton and Edward Parker their Securities entered into Bond and Acknowledged the same Certificate was granted them for Obtaining probate of the said Will in due form. By the Court Geo Currie CHO A copy teste J. M. Sizemore clerk Circuit Court Halifax Co., VA Book 69 page 136 Court 1752-1755 Halifax Co. VA

Research Notes: Doretta Unknown, a Womack research who no longer answer her last email address. Said in her email. I found some early Halifax Co.,VA land surveys in PROPERTY LINES FROM AN OLD SURVEY BOOK - Halifax County, Virginia 1741 to 1901 by Roger C. Dodson (1998). WOMACK listed were: #1 pg 22 or chart 16-E was survey of 4 Feb 1762 for Isham Womack of 302 acres. Survey located in the area between Grassy Creek and Aaron Creek but nearer Grassey Creek and just north of the N.Carolina. border and in the south east corner of today's Halifax Co. VA or south west corner of today's Meckenburg Co. VA. #2 pg 56 or chart 18-A was survey of 14 Nov 1764 for Jacob Womack of 207 acres. Survey located in today's Halifax Co.,VA in the area between Coleman creek and Lawson Creek and north of N.Car. border (about middle in Halifax Co., VA from east to west). #3 pages 92 and 112 or charts 19-H and 20-H was survey of 28 Feb 1753 for Richard and/or John Womack of 400 acres, and then resurvey of 29 March 1792 for Robert Eastham 222 acres sold to Giles Thweet. Survey located in the north east part of today's Halifax C.,VA near Conner Lake and between Hunting Creek and Reedy Creek. These creeks empty into the Staunton River and below these creeks down river is located Bk. Walnut Creek and Clover Creek which also empty into the river. Near Clover Creek a Peter Hudson had a large survey of 4 June 1751 of about 6,310 acres which also included the Staunton River. The survey was near Clover, VA and also there was a survey for an Edward Parker located near Clover. (See pg 106 chart 20-E and pg 108 chart 20-F and pg 110 chart 20-G for Peter Hudson survey). Black Walnut Creek and Clover are mentioned in deeds. The Edward Parker is William Hudson sister Sarah Hudson Parker husband.. Little is know of the Parker family.

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/VACAMPBE/2005-03/1110078991 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:: Research note: William Hudson is not found on the 1748, 49, 50, 51 or 52 of tithe list of Lunenburg Co. Va. Yet he receive land from his father in 1752 in Halifax Co. Va. 1 Peter Hudson was wealthy land owner in Lunenburg and Halifax Co. Va. noted as the oldest son . He would have been 27/29 years old. If all were at least 21 in 1752 the birth of the last child was born ca 1730's. No proof at this time.

I didn't find Orphan Court records for any of 1 Peter children so assume (at least for now) they are all 21 or older by 1752. We know 2 Peter born ca 1723/25, as he was 1 Peter gives son William Hudson 400 acres of land in Lunenburg Co. and Stanton River beginning on Stanton the mouth of Buffalow Creek then up the said Buffalow as high as a branch that is known by the name of Benajers branch and up the sak concluded the above said 400 hundred acres which said land I give to him and his Heirs and Assigns for ever. Researcher note: 1 Peter Hudson also gives nephew Richard Hudson land on Benajers branch of Buffalo Creek. Fourthly Richard Hudson my Nephew Two Hundred Acres in Lunenburg County on Buffaloe Creek above said Beginning at the fork where Benajers Branch makes out of the said Buffalo thence on Buffaloe Creek and on Benajers branch for the Compliment of Two Hundred acres. (Some of the will is missing ...totally blank on the copy...part of the word "Item" is readable, but fully one quarter of the page is blank below the above paragraphs ~ PAT . )

Research note: 6 years later Richard Hudson is selling his portion of the inheritance to James Burton (unknown if this is Junior or Sr. William Hudson's brother James Hudson married Agnes Burton daughter of James Burton Sr. James Hudson Will date May 1765 in Charlotte Co. Va. Richard Hudson wife Ann unknown

(Deed as per Harris Researcher Bev Cauthen all her deeds and information are in lower case.) (lunenburg co, va deed book 5, page 319, 1758, richard hudson of lunenburg co, va to james burton of same for 10 pds, 200 acres on the east side of benasas branch, being part of a greater tract granted to peter hudson, sr by patent and bounded by james hudson, james burton. no witnesses. ann, wife of richard hudson, relinquished her right of dower.

Research note: 1748 List: Name of Justice Current Counties --------------- ---------------- John Phelps Bedford, western Campbell Wm. Caldwell eastern Campbell Mathew Talbot Charlotte, eastern Halifax Lydall Bacon Prince Edward Hugh Lawson Lunenburg Cornelius Cargill Franklin, Patrick, Henry, Pittsylvania, western Halifax Lewis Delony Mecklenburg

"Cornelius Cargill, gent., is appointed to take the list of tithables in this county from the mouth of Little Roanoke River to the mouth of Blew Stone, and so to the county line, and also in the Fork of Roanoke." As per tithe list. "William Hill, gent., is appointed to take the list of tithe able in this County from the mouth of Blew Stone to the mouth of Allen's Creek." (The area of Robert Hudson lll and Christopher Hudson families) When none of these persons are found upon any of the lists for 1752, all the lists being extant, there is a presumption that the family had moved away, or were in that part of the county cut off into another county -- Halifax.. So some could be in Halifax and some in Lunenburg Co. of the same family. As per notes Tithe List.

Cornelius Cargill's List of Tithes 1748 Lunenburg Tax list 1 Peter, Peter jr, James and Daniel with an Overseer Mitchell No William found. Since we don't have Tithe list before 1748. We have no idea what age they are except that they are at least 16 or older living at home unmarried. Once married it is assume they would have their own homes and be on the Tithe list of that dist.

Cornelius Cargill's List of Tithes for ye year 1749 page 116 Peter Hudson, Jr (meaning possible marriage) Peter Hudson Sr. James and Daniel No William Hudson

Research notes: Find two Wm Harris in this dist of Cargill. 1.Wm Harris living next to Aldar David name Bluestone page 117 2.Wm Harris living next to John Wilborn 1. Samuel Harris in all these list.( This is supposed to be the Col. Rev. Samuel Harris of Pittsylvania, Va.) He is well documented and not child of Wm and Judith Hudson Harris. No Daniel or William listed. Daniel was noted before in 1748, 49 list. 2 Peter and James Hudson are listed by themselves which may indicate that they were married some time between the 1749 and the 1750 Census. My James Hudson had son John Hudson b. ca 1750-1760 and son James Jr. My James married Agnes Burton daughter of James P. Burton. There research has Agnes born ca 1728

For 1750 List taken by Cornelius Cargill Peter Hudson Jr. James Hudson (meaning probably married) very possible as my John and his son James Hudson Jr. born ca 1750/60 Wm McGenniss Peter Hudson Sr.

1751 Luenenburg Co. list. taken by Lyddall Bacon William Hudson ,Isaac Hudson Research Notes: living next to Drury Allin, Jos., Robert Allin, jr and Sr. (Allen)( maybe Susannah P. Allen Family) several tithe list missing for that year? Believe this is the Wm Hudson and Isaac that married the Susannah Allen or Allin. Most likely the Wm Hudson in Lauren Co. South Carolina, Will date 1813 with son Isaac

For 1752 List taken by Lyddall Bacon William Hudson, Isaac Hudson ............................................. 2 Research note: Same Wm and Isaac as 1751 living in same dist. For 1752 List taken by Cornelius Cargill Jams. Hudson , Richd. Hudson ............................................ 2

Research Notes: My James Hudson's Will did not list son Richard. This maybe Richard that is noted in1 Peter's Will as nephew. No other James Hudson found on 1752 Tithe List's. I know he was in Charlotte Co. Va by 1765. Richard Hudson sold his inherited land in 1758 see deed above.

page189 James Burton ............................................... 3 (My James Hudson father in law) Had son's James Jr, and Thomas) Peter Hudson, Daniel "Do" [Hudson] ..................................... 2 no William Hudson

page 204 Stephen Hudson Peter Hudson ……………………2 Unsure, only not my 1 Peter or his son.

Research Notes. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=redbirdacres&id=I0750 Richard 1V son Charles Hudson /Wife Martha Robertson CHARLES HUDSON, son of RICHARD HUDSON, IV, was born between 1725 and 1730 in Virginia. He died in 1766 at St. James Parish, Lunenburg County, VA. Lunenburg County was later divided into four counties, one of which was renamed Mecklenburg. His wife was named MARTHA and they were married in 1745. Martha died in 1793 in the new named Mecklenburg County, VA. SOURCE: http://fly.hiwaay.net/~kenth/index.html

" Married: 1745 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia Children Richard (Hutson) HUDSON b: ABT 1745 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia John HUDSON b: BET 1745 AND 1767 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia Stephen HUDSON , Sr. b: ABT 1747 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia

William HUDSON b: 1765 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia (Charles did not have son according to the Will below.

Research Note: This Charles Hudson, the brother of 1 Peter Hudson. If it is, is this the nephew Richard also mention in the Will of 1 Peter? I believe so. This is now proved to be. Will date 1766 Charles Hudson died in Mecklenburg County, Virginia His will is in Will Book 1, Page 25. In this will he names his son John. He gives him all the land on the upper side of the creek concluding the plantation whereon I now live But if he should die before he comes to the age of twenty one or without heir lawfully begotton of his body then I give the said land unto my son Richard. ..Item.I give es unto my son Stephen all the land that I am possessed with on the lower side of the creek being part of the tract I now live on but if he should die before he comes to age of twenty one or without heir lawfully begottten of his body then I give the said land to my son Richard to him and his heirs forever. Item: I give unto my son Richard twenty pounds current money of Virginia to be paid unto him when he comes to the age of twenty one but if either of his brothers dies before they come to the age of twenty one or without heirs my will is that he only have an equal share with the rest of his brothers and sisters.

He names his wife Martha. I DO NOT think the William that some researchers have said was a son of Charles and Martha. He was far too young to be a child of Charles Hudson who died in 1766. In the 1791 Personal Property tax records of Mecklenburg County Martha Hudson with Wm. her son 16. so he was born about 1775. Not possible!

Also information on Robert Hudson family. His Will stating he had son's Robert, William and Ephriam. Lived in the Lower Mecklenburg Co. area. Our William and Judith Hudson lived Upper Mecklenburg Co. Va. I found no William Hudson near 1 Peter Hudson. If the Buffalo Creek deeds are first found in 1745 and 1748. It possible that William Hudson may have been in the Brunswick tithe list? ( NO proof at this time.) Noted: The Keeton family lived close to a John Hudson in Mecklenburg which was noted as having Hudson Mills. So it may be this Hudson family Charles family or Christopher Hudson family.

1755: Wm Hudson 400 Acres Louisa Co. in Fredrickes Parrish on West Fork of Cuppies Cr, adh, John Ragland and Samuel Dalton 10 Sept 1755 p 614 40 Shill This deed needs to be researched before saying it was our William Hudson. There are deeds for a Wm Harris in Frederickes Parrish but have no proof at this time.

lunenburg co, va deed book 4, page 206, 1755, henry thweatt of dinwiddie co, va to william harris of lunenburg co, va for 25 pds and other divers good causes, 400 acres on both sides of the middle fork of the bluestone creek, being granted by patent to the said henry thweatt and bounded by william harris, new lines, miller. witnesses: robert wooding; william jones; william reade.

lunenburg co, va deed book 4, page 213, 1755, william harris of lunenburg to william reade of same for 160 pds, 900 acres in lunenburg on the head branches of the bluestone creek and bounded by new lines, william tibbs, william harris' old line,signed: william harriss. witnesses: robert wooding; thomas bedford; william jones. frances, wife of william harris, relinquished her right of dower.

Bev Harris reseacher: the reason this william hudson is indicated to have been your william hudson or the william hudson, son of peter hudson, sr rather than christopher hudson's son, william hudson, even though christopher hudson witnessed this deed, is that christopher hudson's son william hudson is not indicated to have been born until ca 1745. in 1759, christopher hudson's son, william hudson would have only been about age 14.


1758 :lunenburg co, va deed book 5, page 316, 1758, william hudson of lunenburg co, va to peter fontaine of hanover co, va for 100 pds, 400 acres on the north side of the staunton river and on the upper side of the buffalo creek, being part of a 3, 280 patent tract to peter hudson, sr, deceased and bounded by said fontaine; new lines, benasas creek; james hudson. no witnesses.

William Hudson sold his inheritance of 400 acres to Peter Fontaine. Peter Fontaine lived in Cargill's Dist. Lunenburg County, Virginia, Military-French & Indian War: Providers of Provisions for Militia An act of assembly, passed March 1758, the 31st year of the reign of King George II, To captain John Cargill, 12 00 00 Cornelius Cargil, Jun. lieat To Joel Elam, James Flin, and Philip Goode, 39s. each, 5 17 00 To John Hight, 1 14 00 William Hudson, 2 00 00 To James Hudson, Richard Hudson, Francis Linsey, and Henry Prewitt, 39s. each, 7 16 00

William Hudson buying 100 acres from Wm Harris in the Middle Fork of Bluestone Creek. 1760: Halifax Co, VA Deed Book 2: 155 15 May 1760 William Hudson of Lunenburg Co. to Filmer Wells of Halifax Co, for £70, 400a part of a larger tract of 3,200a on the draughts of Terrible Cr, on the lower side, beg. at a white oak in Richard Smith's line...a new line south...crossing a branch in William Drew's line, his line north...Smith's cor...Signed William (+) Hudson, Sarah (+) Hudson No wit. Sarah, wife of William relinquished her right of dower. Rec. 15 May 1760 [Terrible Creek is North District] Evidence for William and Sarah Hudson marriage. This is land that belongs to the 1 Peter Hudson family.

1761: Research note: Researching Chavis because William's land of 1782 adjoining Chavis land. From Chavis Family Inter net site. James Chavis. He purchased 100 acres in Mecklenburg County adjoining Christopher Hudson on 9 November 1767 and sold this land to John Hudson on 13 July 1772 [DB 1:521; 3:426] Christopher Hudson had son John Hudson. James Chavis purchased 340 acres on Middle Bluestone Creek on 14 February 1774, and purchased 150 acres adjoining John Hudson and Benjamin Pulliam on 4 March 1779 [DB 4:243; 5:398-9 He was taxable in the upper district of Mecklenburg County on 712 acres from 1782 to 1787, taxable on 430 acres from 1793 to 1798 and taxable on 330 acres until 1809 [Land Tax List 1782-1811A, A lists].

Jacob2 Chavis (Frances, Thomas2, William1, Thomas1), born about 1736, purchased 100 acres in Lunenburg County on the south side of Little Bluestone Creek adjoining Hudson on 6 October 1761 [DB 6:475]. (Unsure of this deed who this Hudson is but believe it is our William Hudson.) He was head of a Mecklenburg County household of 13 "whites" (free persons) and 2 slaves adjoining William Hudson in 1782 [VA:34], taxable on 2 slaves (Cork and Bess), 24 cattle, and 8 horses in 1782.

Research note: Pat Seaver a Harris researcher, tell me that the North Dist is also our Hudson property area . If this is indeed our Wm. Hudson then was married before 15 May 1760 to a Sarah unknown. Also it's possible that Sarah was his second wife. Many times the 1st wife died in child birth. So it is always a possibility. We also assume that every males married at 21 which is not always the case, it's the average. William Hudson's daughter Ursula born 1 Jan 1762 born Lunenburg Co. Va. As proven by DAR for James Pool. Then she married about age 20, 1782 to James Pool in Mecklenburg. Co Va.

1764: CHARLES ALLEN, GENT. List of Tithes for 1764 Cornwall Parish {page 214} Tithes David Hudson ................................. 3 15 James Hudson ................................. 1 400

"The list of Tithables taken by Edmund Taylor in Lunenburg. County, St. James Parish, for the year, 1764." Christopher Hudson Chris. Hudson, Jr. ......................... 5 550 Richd. Hudson ................................ Blank 50 Ephraim Hudson ............................... 1 Robert Hudson Wm. Hudson ................................. 3 200 As of 2-4-2010 this is Robert Hudson family with son Ephriam Hudson and William as found in the Lower Dist. Of Mecklenburg Co. Va. Proven by Will:

RICHD. WITTON, GENT. List of Tithes for 1764 "St. Jas. Parish" Wm. Hunt ..................................... 1 336 Wm. Hudson ................................... 2 100 Wm. Harris ................................... 1 179 (Notice this is a different area from Robert Hudson and Christopher Hudson not on the same Tithe list!)

1759: Lunenburg Co deed book 5, page 508, 1759:, william harris of lunenburg co, va to william hudson of same for 30 pds, 100 acres on the lower side of the middle fork of bluestone creek, part of 2 tracts granted to henry thweatt and part to william harris 1749, being on william hunt's corner and the land william harris lives on. wit: christopher hudson; joel elam.

Research Note: There seems to be a debate among the Harris researcher whether this is Wm and Judith or William and Frances. Which ever Harris this is, William Hudson is living on the same land he bought in 1759 into 1782-1804. He started with 100 acres bought 624acres in 1783/84. He carried this land of 724 acres until he sold 1793 to son Samuel Hudson 400 acres. He then had 324 acres until selling 1804 324 acres to Samuel Hudson as later shown.

There is 12 years with out Tithe list at least what I can find on Inter net. The 1764 Tithe List only show 1 for Wm Harris and 1 for William Hunt, 2 for William Hudson for Cargill Dist. (Not sure if that means he had 2 males (2 )16 or older or whether that is 1 male and 1 slave)

1765: James Hudson brother of Wm Hudson died between May and July of 1765. William Hudson names appears as one of the parties paid from the estate of this 1765 Will. Part of James Hudson Will in Charlotte Co. VA which was type by a Burton Family researcher. So it may not give us all the detail information. James Burton Jr. was sister to Agnes Burton Hudson. This is proven by the Will of James Burton Sr. Will of Charlotte Co. Va. James Hudson died in Charlotte. Co.Va after May 2, 1765 and Will Proven July of 1765. Brothers David, Daniel and William Hudson. Abstracted from 1 2/3 pages showing names only. Enumerated amt. paid to each party: David HUDSON, Joseph WILLIAMS, Matthew MORABLE, Shff for Quit Rents of Lands, James BURTON, Junr (bond),Christopher Lowing(Loving :) Mat MORABLE, McMucan (Mernucan HUNT, Armstead WATLINGTON, William HUDSON, William FULCHER, Charles ALLEN, part of HALLS Judg----(incomplete word), Sam1. COBBS, (tickets), Isaac READ (att.fee), to Agness HUDSON for LIER OR (SICE? HUDSON & Polly HUDSON, Edward MOSELEY( Our Hudson line is connected to the Moseley family of Lunenburg Co. VA

Research note: The Tithe list of 1764 as well as deeds show that Wm Hunt lived around James Hudson, William Hudson and Wm Harris. Mehttp://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi- bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=papsmith&id=I18251&printer_friendly Tells about Memucan Hunt. Brother to William Hunt.

1766: 1766 deed of William Hunt & Mary his wife of Meck. Co. to Abraham Crowder of Amelia , 236 a. on both sides Bluestone Cr. adj. Elam, Moore, Newsum & Hudson. Wit: James Hall, John Smith, Martha (X) Smith. [Meck. DB1:396]

1769: 1769 Tithe list in Lunenburg County taken by Joseph Williams No William or Daniel Hudson living in Lunenburg Co. Va

Research Note: This a type copy of a deed not sure it was type correctly as there was no Arthur Griffin Jr. at that time. 3 Aug 1771 Patent Arthur Griffin Junior, (this should be Anthony Griffin) ....1350a Charlotte Co VA on the brs. of Buffalo Creek adj. William Hudson, Fontaine, Williams, Ashworth, Cornish, Binton/Burton & Richard Hudson...Whereas by Patent 24 August 1754 granted unto Peter Hudson dec'd containing 3280 Acres in Charlotte formerly Lunenburg County And whereas Peter Hudson & Robert Hudson Executors &c of the sd Peter Hudson dec'd in whom the right & title of 1350 Acres part is since become vested have failed to pay Quitrents as to the sd 1350 Acres and Anthony Griffin junr. hath made humble Suit and obtained a Grant for the same... William Hudson's Conrer on Benaja's Branch.

Research Notes: 1772 No William, Peter, Daniel, James or David in Lunenburg Co. list. 1773 No William, Peter, Daniel, James or David in Lunenburg Co. list. 1774 No William Hudson, Peter, Daniel, David Lunenburg Co .list.

Researcher Note: 1775 Will of a William Hill gave 1 Peter Hudson William Hudson money in his Will. This showing that William Hudson was in Mecklenburg Co. Va in 1775.

(Will Book 1, pp. 223-225) This Wm Hill died with out children. November 17, 1775 and April 14, 1777: Mecklenburg County, Virginia. There were some who thought that Sarah, wife of William Hudson was daughter of this Wm Hill. Maybe but not this William Hill as he was unmarried. .

In the name of God, Amen. I William Hill of Mecklenburg [smudged] being in sound mind & memory do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say, after all my debts are paid;

Item: I give and bequeath to William Hudson, son of Peter Hudson, decd, fifteen pounds current money of Virginia. Lastly, I nominate my friends William Robertson, Harman Thompson & Henry Robertson Executors of this my last Will & testament, hereby revoking all others by me heretofore made;

In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 17th day of November, one thousand seven hundred & seventy five.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Hugh Frankland [sic], Joel X Elam, Patty X Elam;

[Signed:] William Hill

At a Court held for Mecklenburg County the 14th day of April 1777, This Will was proved by the oaths of Hugh Frankland [sic], Joel Elam, and [smudged] Elam, the Witnesses [illegible] & ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of William Robertson & Harman Thompson, two of the [illegible] who made Oath thereto and together with Edward Finch, Thomas Jones, John Avery, & Hugh Frankland [sic], their securities entered into, and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of £1000 conditioned as the Law directs; Certificate was granted them for obtaining a probate of the said Will in due form; Liberty being reserved for the other Exor therein named to join in the probate when he shall think fit

Teste John Brown [illegible]

From Roots web. Just so there is not question on this William Hill. Name: William HILL Given Name: William Surname: Hill Sex: M Birth: 1690 approx. in Henrico (later Chesterfield) Co., Virginia Death: before May 1738 in Chesterfield (Henrico) Co., Virginia Note: William Hill lived on the 437 acre Henrico Co., Virginia plantation he inherited from his father, James Hill I. He and his wife, Martha, had at least six children: James Hill II, John Hill, William Hill (who died childless in Mecklenburg Co. in 1775), Mourning Hill (who married Peter Hudson Jr.), Phoebe Hill (who married Joel Elam, and had nine children), and Martha Hill (who married Edward Loafman).

1778/79: Wm Harris died and left Will in Mecklenburg Co. Va. William Hudson and William Harris, son Reuben Harris were executors of the Will. Since the Will did not deed land or other property to Judith. The term lend was used. According to the Virginia law Judith only had a lifetime interest in the land, not a title and a 1/3 interest in personal property. The Plantation where Judith lived was given to son Robert Harris by Will.

Early Wills 1765-1799 Mecklenburg County, Vriginia compiled by Katherine B. Elliott South Hill Virginia 1963 [p. 197] Harris, William p. 141 Mecklenburg Co, VA Wlll book 4 Administrator's account of estate of William Harris, Deceased, 6 June 1796 to 6 jun 1798 returned by Reuben Harris, William Hudson and William Harris (Jr.) acting executors.

Account approved 24 oct 1799 by Clausel Clausel, Richard Jeffries, Richrd Winn and Thompson Fowlkes, commissioners rec. 11 nov 1799

1780-1783: The Road Crew between 1779 and 1783 order book 5, 1779-1784 and is a meckleburg co, va road orders item which states: ordered that the male labouring tithables of abram crowder, william crowder, william hudson, judith harris, william harris, william lucas, cain coleman, mark moore, henry hastings on this day returned do assist in clearing and repairing the road of which john avary is surveyor when thereto required. Noted Samuel Hudson isn't noted on this list but a William Harris living next to Judith Harris was. But may because he was not yet 21?

1782: Shows William living in same area 176:172 14 Oct 1781; 13 May 1782 GTR: Robert Christopher of Meck GTE: James Barnes & Ann Barnes his wife of same Consid: agrees to give Acres: 39 in same co. on branches of the Blue Stone Creek (shows measurements) Sig: Robert (R) Christopher Wit: Abram Crowder; William (*) Crowder; William (+) Hudson Ack: 13 May 1782 by Robert Christopher

Found the site for Binn's 1782 Mecklenburg Co. It shows Wm Hudson and Samuel Hudson, Andrew 2-1-20-4---2-3- ( 2 males ) 1 slave and etc.

Research note: not our William Page 390 Mecklenburg Co, Va Deed Book 2, page 390 This deed made the 23rd day of April 1770 between James Mackeney and Lydia his wife of the County of Mecklenburg of one part and Thomas Booth of the County of Brunswick of the other part. For 100 pounds Current Money of Virginia. A parcel of 270 Acres Bounded as followeth, Beginning at Milises Creek at Thomas Denmore Corner white Oak thence along said Disons line to James Harville line thence along the said Harville line to John Napiers line, thence alon the said Napiers line to aforesaid Creek, thence down the Meanders of the track to the Beginning James Mackenny Lydia Mackenny Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of her John Booth, William Hudson, Nancy X Thomas mark Submitted by Gayle Austin. (Again this is either Robert's Hudson William or Christopher Hudson's. Evidence of this William Hudson Connection to Allen Creek Mecklenburg County, Virginia Will Book 17, pp. 124-125: On December 19, 1849, an inventory and appraisal of the estate of Peter Puryear, deceased was made by William G. Tarey, Peter Puryear and John Mackasey Peter Puryear, Hudson, Keeton (Peter Puryear who lived on Allen's Creek.) Our William Hudson and William and Judith Harris lived in Bluestone Creek area not the Allen or Miles Creek area. It is also called the Upper Dist.


1782: William Hudson daughters Ursula Hudson married James Pool 7/11/1782 in Mecklenburg Co. Va. James Pool was not found by DNA to be a PettyPool. Pool Researchers information. James Pool, Revolutionary War soldier from Mecklenburg County, Virginia to his War pension application, James was born 5 April 1746 (or 56) in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died 29 July 1839 in Lauren Country, South Carolina. He married July 11, 1782 in Mecklenburg Co. Virginia, to Ursula Hudson, daughter of William Hudson of Laurens Country ((I don't know where this came from. Someone have assumed William Hudson was in Laurens Co. at the time ?) James lived on Beaver dam and Horse Creek, tributaries of Reedy River, in south Laurens County. He first appears on deeds in 1790 James named his children in his pension application, namely Rebecca (born 22 April, 1783), William (born 2 Feb 1787), Salley (born 9 Mar 1789), Polly (born 23 June 1791), Gabriel (born 9 November 1793) Betsey (born 6 November 1796), John (born 16 July 1799), and James Jr. (born 15 March 1804) He started selling these lands in 1809 first to son William Pool (See information below on the lands of James Pool)

1782: site.http://www.binnsgenealogy.com/FreeSample/CDR-000419/1782/

Research Notes: Wm Hudson b. ca 1748- 1772 died Mecklenburg Co. Va., father was Curthburt Hudson which was son of Christopher Hudson. Christopher Hudson also had son Wm Hudson. Cuthburt is said to have had daughter Cary M. Hudson. According to Christopher Hudson line per Roots web .His family were in Dickerson Co. Tenn by 1799. They don't exactly when they left for Dickerson Co. Tenn.

Robert Hudson lll, Will, noted a daughter Jane Hudson Puryear. Is this another Jane Puryear who married a Hudson?

Pat Seaver a Harris research also copied the Virginia Land Tax 1782 1800 LDS Micro Film #0511949 Transcribed 23 July 2009.

From the files of JoLee Spears (Listed here only JOSEPH CLAUSEL'S DIST., which was the western half of Mecklenburg, from Lunenburg on the north to N.C. line on the south.) Note: K. B. Elliott says Woodpecker Cr. was br. of Bluestone. Note: Beginning 1813, land boundaries are listed. Beginning 1814, Both distance & direction from courthouse are shown. Note: Aft. 1816, skipped to 1822 & 1824.

1782 : According to the 1782 List by Lewis Burwell. Personal Property List. Or from Binns Inter net list B #5, Mecklenburg Co. VA this is the first evidence of a son for William Hudson. Hudson Wm, Hudson Samuel, Andrew 2-1-2-4- 2 males ( 21) 1 slave- 2cows-4 horse and etc. Samuel was at least 21 according to this list. Having him born by at least 1760's.

Pat Seaver Did several List this I just wanted to compare.


This is very unclear. First we have a William Hudson with 185 acres living next to Judith Hudson In 1783 we have a William Sr. with 226 but no land transfer. And a William Jr. with 624.

Except for the William Jr. of 1783 Deed: !by Survey 16 May 1783 to William Hudson Junr !Assignee of William Marshall who was !Assignee of John Wilson con part of LOTW#14,280 & !Issued the 14th day of September 1782 re 624a Mecklenburg/ loc -23554 -17310 F127 L0 P255 pt A) cnr. hick. in Jacob Chavers line ln s19e; 88p; from Jacob Chavers pt B) cnr. ptrs. ln s34w; 14p; pt C) cnr. p ln s86w; 127p; pt D) cnr. wo ln s19e; 116p; pt E) another cnr. wo ln e; 20p; pt F) cnr. hick. ln s36e; 152p; pt G) cnr. bj in *Winns line* ln s58w; 285p; *Winn* pt H) cnr. post oak ln n46w; 104p; pt I) another cnr. ln n; 360p; pt J)* Crowders cnr.* ln e; 120p; Crowder pt K) 2 cnr. hickories by the br. !th. a Straight line to the Beg. ln ; ;typ patent ref VPB 26:357

Showing same area of land. Jacob Chavis: Chavis Family History internet: He was head of a Mecklenburg County household of 13 "whites" (free persons) and 2 slaves adjoining William Hudson in 1782 [VA:34], taxable on 2 slaves (Cork and Bess), 24 cattle, and 8 horses in 1782, on slaves Cork and Bess, 18 cattle and 8 horses in 1783 and on a slave, 17 cattle, and 7 horses in 1787 [Personal Property Tax List 1782-1805, frames 4, 24].

Pat Seaver Harris research didn't find 1786 Tax list: William Hudson Sr. 724 acres Personal Property list 2 and slave Andrew.


Next list give Wm Sr. and Samuel personal Property as 1-0-0-1


Research Notes: The William in Starling Dist is Robert Hudson' s sons.

According to White family History, William White's daughter Nancy b.ca.1769,Mecklenberg Co.,marr.2/11/1790 to Samuel Hudson.

1790 Census PP Property (hand written didn't give Dist: list Hudson William, Andrew 16 and Barnett 12 1-1 -1-3 Slaves over 16 counted. Found on Binns Web site: Here we have the evidence that the William Hudson of Mecklenburg is the same William Hudson of South Carolina who gave slave Barnett to daughter Mary Polly and son -in-law .Jeremiah Wilborn.





Samuel Hudson seems to be missing from List in 1790 until 1793 when he buys or receives land from William his father. Since we don't have the deed itself. I don't know if he gave it to Samuel or if Samuel had to buy it. Wonder where Samuel went for a few years after his marriage?


1793: Notes Harris Researcher Land alterations of 400 acres William Hudson to Samuel Hudson of Mecklenburg.

At the top of the page from Deed Book 8 1791-1795 page 159 William (x) Hudson of Mecklenburg deeds to Samuel Hudson of same 400 acres on the middle Bluestone Creek on Chavis' line, Winn's corner, Glasby's line to Crowder's Witnesses John McQuix, William Graves, Thomas Graves*********. Signed William (x) Hudson Sarah (x) Harris

Research Note: From Graves family Inter net: Connection to William Hudson and Samuel Hudson:

  • Thomas Graves, b.c. 1788, m. Mary Harris, 26 Dec. 1808 (or 1816), d. aft. 1850.

William Graves, b.c. 1775, m. Frances Elam, 14 Oct. 1795, d.c. 1821.

Who is this Sarah Harris that signs with William.? Then is she the one noted as Sarah Hudson on the 1804 deed? No one is sure about the Sarah Harris? Will of Samuel Hudson, dated June 22, 1828 (Mecklenburg W.B. 11, p. 400), mentions daughter Sally Graves, wife of Nathan Graves.


We see a Wm. Hudson Sr. And William Hudson as a Constable. Have not discovered who this Constable William Hudson is.

1797: According to James Arlandson Wilborn researcher. His evidence that Our William Hudson is (1)"I have a deed for Rutherford Co, NC, which matches his bequeathment to Ursula Pool. He bought (land) it in 1797, about the time when Thomas Wilbourn moved to Edgefield SC (2) He fits into the migration of Virginians to SC. Judith Harris died in 1796/1797 and we see Robert her son receiving the 150 acres of that belong to Judith Hudson Harris.

Did William Hudson think he would leave Mecklenburg Co. after Judith Hudson Harris death as to why he bought land in North Carolina?

1798: William finishes his duty as Executors of Wm Harris's Estate: Will's Book 4 p. 1412 1798-1802 Estate of William Harris deceased, property sold by William Hudson and William Harris***************, 1798 June 6th Debts:

To Thomas Vaughan at suit of Duncan and Co To Boyd and Voucher To Robert Harris To Claiborne Harris To William Harris ********* To Richard Allen To William Mumford and others also to John Cox for crying the estate Credit: Celia and child sold to Samuel Harris George sold to Robert Harris Moses sold to Manly Allgood Lucy sold to Claiborne Harris Little Lucy and Nancy, also to above Cate to Sherwood Harris Letitia to Reuben Harris Ritter to Samuel Harris Jonathan,

1800: 1765-1810 source Book marriage Mecklenburg Co. Va We have found 3 daughters and one son for William and Sarah Hudson living in Mecklenburg Co.

1. Ursula Hudson b. 1 Jan 1762 married 11 July 1782 James Pool in Mecklenburg Co. 2.Samuel Hudson b. ca 1760's married Nancy White 11 Feb,1790 in Mecklenburg Co. Va 3.Cary Hudson b. ca 1760's married William Wilborn 14 June, 1802 in Mecklenburg Co. Va 4. Mary Polly Hudson b. ca 1760's married Jeremiah Wilborn Mecklenburg Co. VA unknown before 1809.

The White family information: Part of the archive entry is listed below: William White, Sr. b. ca. 1735 Mecklenberg Co., VA, d. ca. 1806 Mecklenberg Co., VA + Unknown b. ca. 1739, d. ca. 1804 Mecklenberg Co., VA - James, b. ca. 1761 Mecklenberg Co., marr. 3/12/1786 to Mary Greenwood - WILLIAM, b. 2/11/1763 Mecklenberg Co. marr. 7/22/1791 to Frances Greenwood - Mary "Polly" b. ca. 1765 Mecklenberg Co., marr. 1/10/1791 to Robert Harris (Judith Harris's son. - Larkin b. ca. 1768 Mecklenberg Co., marr. 12/9/1793 to Nelly Dedman

- Nancy b. ca. 1769 Mecklenberg Co., marr. 2/11/1790 to Samuel Hudson - Jincy b. ca. 1774 Mecklenberg Co., marr. 5/18/1795 to Henry Howard Dedman - Edward b. ca. 1776 Mecklenberg Co., nfd (no further data) - Elizabeth b. ca. 1778 Mecklenberg Co., marr. 2/12/1799 to John Dedman - Cary b. ca. 1780 Mecklenberg Co., nfd (As far as can be determined, the Greenwoods were sisters, and the Dedman's were brothers and sister)

These would need to be Researched in order to prove who is who. Believe these are daughters of other William's of either Robert, Cuthburt or Christopher Hudson's William. . Wilburn, William & Elizabeth Hudson, 28 Jan. 1793, William Hudson, sec Hudson, William and Jane Puryear Nov 1803 ? (I haven't found that our William Hudson had son Wm Hudson. At least none of the tax list of 1782-1800 show another son) But new evidence maybe found.

Samuel Hudson's Family Married 2-11-1790 Mecklenburg co.Va

Children: 1. Uursley Hudson b. ca 1800 married Samuel Dedman Feb 28, 1822 2. Jane Hudson b.ca 1800 married James W. Dedman unknown 3. Sarah Sally Hudson b.1792 married Nathianel Graves 23 Dec. 1816

Dedman researcher who shared her information: Samuel Dedman 1801 1802, - 1860 b: Abt. 1801 in VA d: Bet. 1860 - 1870 in VA Ursley Hudson daughter of Samuel and Nancy White, Feb 28, 1822. He died Ca 1860 -1870. She died after 1880. ..Samuel and Ursley were witnesses to this grandmothers will in 1820 before they married. She is named in the will of her father in 1828.. She also is named in the will of Henry H. Dedman in 1825..


1 Samuel Dedman 1801 - 1860 b: Abt. 1801 in VA d: Bet. 1860 - 1870 in VA . +Ursula Hudson 1801 - 1882 b: Abt. 1801 in VA m: 28 Feb 1822 in Mecklenburg, VA d: 02 Feb 1882 in Mecklinburg County, VA ........ 2 Virginia Deadmon 1834 - b: Abt. 1834 ........ 2 Elizabeth A. Deadmon 1826 - b: Abt. 1826 ........ 2 Howard Deadmon 1834 - b: Abt. 1834 ........ 2 Ellen H. Deadmon 1837 - b: Abt. 1837 ............ +Albert Puryear m: 19 Nov 1868 in Mecklenburg, VA ........ 2 William Deadmon 1840 - b: Abt. 1840 ........ 2 Mary Deadmon 1832 - 1853 b: Abt. 1832 in Mecklinburg County, VA d: Abt. Jul 1853 in Mecklinburg It lists the 1850 census and shows her to be 49.. Children: Elizabeth age 28 Mary age 26 Ellen age 24 Thomas age 15

2. James W. Dedman married to a Jane Hudson (she is mentioned in the will of Henry Dedman) She was the daughter of Samuel & Nancy White Hudson. Need marriage. Says the born ca 1805. Unknown at this time.

There is mention of the appraisal of Larkin White's estate on Nov. 18, 1803 and shows the names of the purchasers and two of them are: Samuel Hudson & William White Sr.

For the Will of Henry H. Dedman, nephews and witnesses are: Samuel D. White, William H. White, Larkin S. White, Mary Puyear, Elizabeth Hudson, Usley Dedman, Jane Hudson & Nancy Hudson

Graves family Inter net site: Nathan Graves, b.c. 1795, m. Sally Hudson, 23 Dec. 1816, d. aft. 1850. The 1820 census for Mecklenburg Co., VA listed Thomas Graves, over 45, 1 female over 45 (his wife), and 1 female 16-26. He was not listed in 1830. Henrietta, second wife of Thomas Graves, was still living in 1850 in Mecklenburg Co., VA. (R-1, R-5, R-524) Children - Graves +2. William Graves, b.c. 1775, m. Frances Elam, 14 Oct. 1795, d.c. 1821. 3. Mary Graves; either married a Graves, or not married in 1836. 4. Elizabeth ("Betsy") Graves, m. Thomas Harris, 26 Dec. 1795. 5. Fanny W. Graves, m. Henry Hastin, 19 June 1799. 6. Martha ("Patsy") Graves 7. Nancy Graves, m. John Flynn (or Flinn), 12 Dec. 1816. +8. Jane Graves, b.c. 1786, m. Wiley Spain, 25 April 1821, d. aft. 1870. +9. Thomas Graves, b.c. 1788, m. Mary Harris, 26 Dec. 1808 (or 1816), d. aft. 1850. +10. James Graves, b.c. 1790, m. Phoebe Elam, 23 Dec. 1818, d. bef. 1850. +11. Nathan Graves, b.c. 1795, m. Sally Hudson, 23 Dec. 1816, d. aft. 1850.

Nathan Graves (11) was born about 1795 in VA, and died after 1850. He married Sally Hudson on 24 Dec. 1816. She was born about 1792 in VA. Nathan was in the 1820 census for Mecklenburg Co., VA, with 1 male under 10, 1 male 26-45 (Nathan), 1 female under 10, and 1 female 16-26. They could not be found in the 1830 census. They were in the 1840 census for West District, Mecklenburg Co., VA, with 2 males 15-20, 1 male 40-50 (Nathan), 1 female 15-20, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 40-50 (Sally). They were in the 1850 census for Regiment 22, Mecklenburg Co., VA, with Samuel, 27, and Sally, 24, still living with them.

Children - Graves 47. daughter, b.c. 1810-1820. 48. son, b.c. 1820-1825. 49. Samuel Graves, b.c. 1823. 50. Sally Graves, b.c. 1826.


Connection to William and Samuel.

  • Thomas Graves, b.c. 1788, m. Mary Harris, 26 Dec. 1808 (or 1816), d. aft. 1850.

William Graves, b.c. 1775, m. Frances Elam, 14 Oct. 1795, d.c. 1821. Have not researched any further on Samuel Hudson children. 1804: Record also indicating Sarah unknown as Williams Wife. this is from this indenture is made this fourth day of December eighteen hundred and four between William Hudson and his wife Sarah Hudson of the county of Mecklenburg and Mecklenburg co, va deed book 12, page 232, December 4th, 1804, state of Virginia of the one part and Samuel Hudson of the same county and state aforesaid for and in consideration of three hundred and fifty pounds of current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said Samuel Hudson doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained sold, etc the said Samuel Hudson his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land being in the said county of Mecklenburg and containing three hundred and twenty four acres and bounded as follows to wit beginning on a ______ of the middle bluestone creek and bound by Jacob chavas line, Thomas Vaughan's line and Samuel Hudson's line to the said creek and then up the creek as it meanders to the beginning, to have and to hold the aforesaid granted bargained and sold land and premises, appurtances unto the said Samuel Hudson his heirs and assigns forever.........signed: William Hudson, with a mark; Sarah Hudson, with a mark.

William sold land in Mecklenburg Dec 4, 1804 to his son Samuel Hudson and then bought land in 1805. There is no date on the land bought by William Hudson on Beaver dam except it was 1805/1809 deed. The Will of Samuel Hudson, dated June 22, 1828 (Mecklenburg W.B. 11, p. 400), mentions daughter Sally Graves, wife of Nathan Graves. Also found on the Mecklenburg Co. web site. http://www.gravesfa.org/gen152.htm

Also found a deed with a Samuel H. Hudson: Mecklenburg Co. web site This indenture, made this 21st day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven BETWEEN Robertson Ezell who was appointed trustee by Deed of Trust recorded on the 13th day of May, 1823 by William Cabiness to the said Robertson Ezell to secure the payment of a certain sum of money to John Cook which said trust deed was admitted to record in the county court of Mecklenburg in 1823, of the first part and said John Cook Jr., of the second part; WITNESSETH, that the said Robertson Ezell_________________________by the said deed of trust hath this day bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargain and sell to the said John Cook, Jr., for and in consideration of the sum of $375.00, to him in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, one certain tract or parcel of land on the said deed of trust mentioned , and by estimation 382 acres, be the same more or less lying in the county of Mecklenburg and bounded by the lands of Robertson Ezell, ****Samuel H. Hudson, Adam Crutchfield and others, together with the appurtenances thereto belonging. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, unto the said John Cook Jr., his heirs and assigns forever the said tract or parcel of land together with the appurtenances thereto belonging and conveyed by the said trust deed to the said Robertson Ezell and the said Robertson Ezell doth for himself warrant and defend unto the said John Cook, Jr. all the right and title which by virtue of the aforesaid deed of trust he may legally warrant and defend and no other. In testimony whereof the said Robertson Ezell hath hereunto affixed his hand and seal the day and date first written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of: Robertson Ezell Thomas L. Cook D. Middaugh William Smally Delivered to Mr. Cook The deed also contains two additional affidavits. 25-A 6/18/1827: Robertson signs Deed of Trust guaranteeing payment for the benefit of Thomas Smith. Deed Book 23, Page 209. This indenture made and entered into this 18th day of June, 1827 BETWEEN Thomas Smith of the first part, Joseph L. Gregory of the second part, and Robertson Ezell of the third part, all of the county of Mecklenburg: WITNESSETH that whereas the said Thomas Smith is indebted to Daniel Daly and Elam H. Peete, executor of John Osborn in the sum of 783.00 and the said Robertson Ezell is security for the said Thomas smith, he the said Daly and Peete and bonded with him for the payment of the same the said Daly and Peete________ as aforesaid_______ and______their execution against the said Smith and Ezell and to said Smith being willing and desirous to secure the said Robertson Ezell from all damage and loss on having any part of the said debt to pay, this indenture therefore: WITNESSETH that the said Thomas Smith in consideration of the premises and for the further consideration of one dollar to him in hand paid by the said Joseph L. Gregory hereby appointed trustee have hereby granted, bargained and sold and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain and sell to the said Joseph L. Gregory, his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Mecklenburg containing 196 acres more or less bounded by the lands of James Shelton, Jesse Harris, David Harris and Henry Harris; four head of cattle; 1 bay mare; 10 head of hogs; 12 head of sheep; 1 Negro man Cyms and Negro woman Cinah: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the aforementioned tract or parcel of land, cattle, mare, hogs and Negroes to him the said Joseph Gregory, his heirs and assigns forever against the claim or demands of any and every persons whatsoever.-------Balance of deed impossible to read... S. Thomas Smith, Joseph L. Gregory, Robertson Ezell http://www.rootsweb.com/~vameckle/d0ezell2.htm Have not research this deed. It may or may not be Our Samuel Hudson son.

Harris Researcher: again---- and to continue and again----to emphasize---- this 1805 mecklenburg co, va deed re our related william hudson/ sarah to samuel hudson, was witnessed by robert harris; william harris; and howell rose-----

laurens co, sc deed book B, page 330, 1787/ 1788, john goodwin and wife, rachel, to reuben pyles for 52 pds, 200 acres on reedy river below the old indian boundary where john goodwin now lives on beaverdam creek, original grant 9/9/ 1774. witnesses: abner pyles; george barnes.

1805-1809: Deeds of South Carolina: Harris Researcher. laurens co, sc deed book J, page 112, 1805/ 1809, reuben pyles of laurens co, sc to william hudson of edgefield dist, sc for $700, 200 acres called goodwins old place on beaverdam creek of reedy river. witnesess: william gunnels; william poole. william arnold, j.p. dower renunciation of else pyles. jonathan downs, j.p.

1807: At this time I personally do not know this Burton family. But my interest in this was the witness: From: "Audrey Pool" <aep@madnet.net> Subject: Re: BURTON of Southside VA-note John BURTON Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2004 20:14:47 -0800 Edgefield District, SC Will Book, 1787-1836 by James E. & Vivian Wooley:

"P. 247. 22 Nov 1807. I, Allen BURTON, being in a weak and lanquishing condition but of sound mind & memory. I direct that my just debts to be fully paid off. I give to my beloved wife Mary BURTON seven negroes during her life then to return to my children, viz. Big Ned, Silvy, Stephen, Little Peter, Sucky, Nanny & Aggy. Also negroes Rafe & Ben to be sold with two young horses and the money to pay off my just debts. Likewise I give my horses, cattle, hogs & household furniture and plantation tools unto my beloved wife during her natural life & then divided between my children. I give to my son Allen BURTON when he marry one negro that shall be valued for $500. I give to my son Washington BURTON when he marry one negro valued at $500. I likewise will that the rest of my negroes & their increase be equally divided when my son John BURTON become of age which will be 2 Sept 1815. I likewise order that when the division is made that my three youngest sons viz. John, Beverly & Robert BURTON be made equal with my three oldest sons viz, Allen, Washington & Benjamin BURTON. I appoint my beloved wife Mary BURTON as executrix and Allen and Benjamin BURTON as executors. Wit: William THORMOND, John PAIRS & William (x) HUSTON. Signed: Allen BURTON, Senr. Proved by the oath of John PAIRS the 4 Dec 1807 & at the same time qualified Mary BURTON as executrix & Allen BURTON as executor. Recorded the 18 May 1808."

Research Note: Witness are William Thurmond (Thurmand) and William Huston (Hudson). This William Thurmand witness William Wilborn's Will. And was involved with the Mill of William Wilborn. He was a partner in this Mill. From the Roots web site: on Allen Burton, father Noah Burton lived in Mecklenburg Co. Va.

1809-1810: Harris Researcher: Laurens co. sc deed book J, page 145, 1461809/ 1810 , william hudson (deed does not say of where but note below john lyon was of edgefield dist, sc) to my son-in-law james poole and my daughter ursula poole; son-in-law william wilborn and my daughter, cary hudson; son-in-law jeremiah wilborn and my daughter, polly hudson of edgefield dist, sc; deed of gift: two tracts: 1) tract on beaverdam creek of reedy river bounded by allen mitchell; john taylor; john lyles and thomas williamson; 2) other tract in rutherford co, nc on simms creek of broad river. witnesses: anderson crowder; joseph field. john lyon, j.q. edgefield dist, sc.;recorded 18 April 1810.

James Arlandson Wilborn researcher says he has deed of 1797 where William Hudson bought land.

Hudson Researchers Paul Talmadge at paultalmadge@charters.net Seeking ancestry, dates, residence of William Hudson, father of Ursula Hudson Pool. Ursula Hudson Pool was born January 1, 1762 and died November 21, 1846. Seeking her parents, place where she lived, also parents of her husband. Ursula Hudson married James Pool July 11, 1782. James Pool was born April 5, 1756, died July 24, 1839.William Hudson lived in Rutherford County, NC, then Laurens Coutny, SC, then Edgefield district, SC

This researcher say that William who sold land in 1804 in Mecklenburg moved in Rutherford Co. NC then back to Laurens Co. then Edgefield. Dist. It is possible but we have no proof except he sold land in Dec 1804 and bought land 1805 in Edgefield.\ James Arlandson Wilborn researcher says He has deed that land was bought in 1797 in North Carolina.. He could have left Mecklenburg Co but he didn't sale his land there until 1804.. Just unknown at this time.

Kay Reed Bedford. Bedford@midriver.com dated 2000 Looking for parents and wife of Wm. Hudson of Rutherford Co., NC, Laurens and Edgefield Dist., SC. Daughters were Ursula, m. Jas. Pool; Cary, m. Wm. Willbourne; and Sarah, "Polly", b. ca. 1785, m. Jeremiah Willbourne. Jeremiah Willbournes settled Taliaferro Co., GA where Sarah d. bef. 1824. ( not sure this research is correct at all.

William Pool researcher: Laurens Co, SC Deed Book J 279 12/21/1810 11/17/1812. Wm. Wilborne of Edgefield Dist. to Wm. Arnold of Laurens Co, SC for $200. 100 a. on Beaverdam Cr. of Reedy R., b. on Allen Mitchell, part of tr. sold by Reubin Pyles to Wm. Hudson, Wit: John Thomas, Benjn. Arnold. D.R. of Cary Wilborn by John Lyon, Qm. of Edgefield Dist. Jonthn. Downs, J.Q.

Petty Pool information Web site. This is the information given on the Pettypool site listing information on James Pool's land. It didn't retype because I think you can read what was written.

1784 November 6, Jonathan Downs Esq. & wife Sarah to James Pool for acres on Horse Creek, south side of Reedy River, bounded on Moses Tomlin; Witnesses: Wm. Burton, Robt. Parker. Joseph Downs, J.P.; recorded 12 May 1795

1790 November, Elijah Major & Thomas Lewis to James Pool for £15, 100 acres on southwest side of Reedy River, bounded on David Ridgeway, James Pool, Isaac Huger, part of 195 acres granted 3 April 1786. Witnesses: Vencent Davis, Bradford Camp. Jonathan Downs, J.P.; recorded 26 September 1791.

1798 September 12, David Ridgeway to James Pool for $300, 141 acres on west side of Reedy River, 100 acres originally granted to Jonathan Downs, 25 acres to Elijah Major, 16 acres granted to Jas. Tate, conveyed to said David Ridgeway, bounded on said Poole, Jno. Arnold, Andw. Arnold & said river. Witnesses: Andw. Arnold, Wm Downs, Junr. Jonathan Downs, J.P.

1798 September 12, Andrew Arnold to James Poole for $130, 78 acres on west side of Reedy River, granted to Jas. Tate conveyed to David Ridgeway then to Andrew Arnold; Witnesses: David Ridgeway, Wm Downs Junr. Jonathan Downs, J.P.; dower relinquished by Polley Arnold.

1807 February 16, John Alexander Jones to James Pool for $25, 8 1/4 acres on a branch of Horse Creek of Reedy River, bounded on John Alexander Jones and James Pool. Witnesses: Benj. Arnold, Saml. (X) Banks. Wm. Arnold, J.P.; recorded 18 April 1810

James Pool and family were enumerated on the 1810 US Census. 1810 US Census, Laurens District, Capt. Wm. Robertson's Company, p. 28 James Pool 1m10-16, 1m16-26, 2m26-45, 2m45+, 2f16-26, 1f26-45, 3 slaves

1809 December 19, James Pool to Wm. Pool for $200, 80 acres on Reedy River, bounded on Perry Perritt, Thos. Taylor. Witnesses: Benj. Arnold, Thos. Townsend. James Dunklin, J.P.; dower relinquished by Ursula (X) Pool; recorded 2 June 1810

1810 July 10, James Pool to John Pyles for 45, 20 acres on Beaverdam Creek of Reedy River, bounded on Wm Wilborn, Wm. Arnold. Witness: Wm Arnold, Micajah Jones. Z. Bailey J.P.; dower relinquished by Ursula Pool; Benjamin Arnold, J. Q.; recorded 3 September 1810

1810 July, 10, James Pool to Wm. Arnold for $190, 89 acres on Beaverdam Creek of Reedy River. Witnesses: John Pyles, Micajah Jones. Jonathan Downs, J. P.; dower relinquished by Ursula (X) Pool; by Benjamin Arnold, J. Q.; recorded 5 February 1811

1815 September 9, James Pool to Gabriel Pool for $400, 103 3/10 acres on west side of Reedy River. Witnesses: Saml. Moore, Micajah Jones. Proven by S. Cunningham, J.P.; recorded 20 October 1815

The 1820 US Census record is alphabetical by first name. The recognized members of this family are: 1820 US Census, Laurens District Gabl Pool 1mu10, 1m16-26, 1fu10, 1f16-26 Gabl Pool 2mu10, 1m26-45, 1fu10, 1f16-26 James Pool 1m16-18, 1m1626, 1m45+, 2fu10, 4f10-16, 1f26-45 There was also two William Pools (see above under Seth Pool) 1830 US Census, Laurens District, p. 224

Wm. Pool 1mu5, 1m15-20, 1m40-50, 1fu5, 2f5-10, 3f10-15, 3f1520, 1f 30-40, 2 slaves James Pool 1mu5, 1m15-20, 1m20-30, 1m30-40, 1m70-80, 1f60-70, 4 slaves pp. 238-239 Richard Waldrop 1m10-15, 1m15-20, 1m20-30, 1m50-60, 1f5-10, 1f15-20, 1f20-30, 1f50-60 Gabriel Pool 1mu5, 2m5-10, 2m10-15, 2m20-30,1fu5, 1f5-10, 1f10-15, 1f30-40 John Pool 1m20-30, 1f20-30


Wilborn researcher: James arlandson who descends from William Wilborn, who died in Edgefield Co, Sc This deed scribed by Wilborn researcher: Does not give land. But states where the personal property is. Wilborn Family Genform at http://genforum.genealogy.com/wilbourn/

Research note: From James Arlandson, Polly (Hudson) Wilbourn's father is William Hudson, who deed-gifted her property and household items on Nov. 28, 1809 (William Hudson does the same on the same date for his daughter Cairy (Hudson) Wilbourn, who married William Wilbourn. So we have two sisters. It is very probable that they married two brothers, Jeremiah and William.


WILBORN, WILLIAM OF EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (1 FRAME) (MSS WILL: BOOK C, PAGE 263; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 31, PKG 1120). View all index terms as found on South Carolina Archives and History web site.http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/SearchResults.aspx

Will of William Wilborn in South Carolina ,Edgefield , Wife Cary land and half of the Mill of Cuffietown Creek, leave all his children including heirs of son Chanpin Wilborn appoint Betsey Ann Wilborn Guardian of the three children she has by my Son Chanpin Wilborn, the Heis of Champin Wilborn, Elisabeth Wilborn, Peter H. Willborn, Kitty Wilborn, John Wilborn, Gusey Wilborn, Mary Will Born, Decry Wilborn and James Wilborn.


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See also: 1 Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Individual Records (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000), www.ancestry.com, Database online. Birth year: 1695; Birth city: Henrico Co; Birth state: VA. Record for Peter Hudson.

2 Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Database online.

3 Ancestry Family Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Database online.

4 Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com. 5 Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Deaths (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com.

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

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6 Will of William Hill, 1775, (Will Book 1, pp. 223-225)

transcription by James Arlandson, copy given to me by Belva Cauthen via private email on 11/8/2009. here is text of will, plus explanitory notes from James Arlandosn

November 17, 1775 and April 14, 1777: Mecklenburg County, Virginia. We now know he died between those two dates, surely much closer to the latter one. Of interest to us is his bequest to William Hudson, son of Peter Hudson, deceased. There are two Peter Hudsons alive at this time and in this area. The only one who’s dead is the so-called First Peter (d. by 1753). And in his will he names our William Hudson. So this is evidence that William Hudson married William Hill’s daughter Sarah. (Will Book 1, pp. 223-225)


The will reads:

In the name of God, Amen. I William Hill of Mecklenburg [smudged] being in sound mind & memory do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say, after all my debts are paid;

Item, I give and bequeath to James Elam, Son of Joel Elam and Phebe his wife the tract of Land whereon I now live, including part of the land I had of Samuel Clay, adjoining the same, also the negroes belonging to me at my decease; also my featherbeds [illegible] Kettle Case and all others my household furniture; also twenty head of hogs, twelve head of cattle, six head of Sheep, and two good horses or mares; and if the said James Elam should die without lawful begotten heir my desire is that the said Lands, negroes, stock and all other utensils before mentioned should be sold and equally divided between my sister Martha Loathman’s Children.

Item: I give and bequeath to William Hill the son of James Hill, deceased, fifty pounds current money of Virginia.

Item: I give and bequeath to William Loathman, son of my sister Martha Loathman, my tract of Land I bought of Van’l [?] Mullins, to him & his heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath to William Hudson, son of Peter Hudson, decd, fifteen pounds current money of Virginia.

Item: my desire is that all the rest and residue of my estate be sold & the money arising be equally divided between the living heirs of Martha Loathman.

Lastly, I nominate my friends William Robertson, Harman Thompson & Henry Robertson Executors of this my last Will & testament, hereby revoking all others by me heretofore made;

In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 17th day of November, one thousand seven hundred & seventy five.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Hugh Frankland [sic], Joel X Elam, Patty X Elam;

[Signed:] William Hill

At a Court held for Mecklenburg County the 14th day of April 1777, This Will was proved by the oaths of Hugh Frankland [sic], Joel Elam, and [smudged] Elam, the Witnesses [illegible] & ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of William Robertson & Harman Thompson, two of

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

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the [illegible] who made Oath thereto and together with Edward Finch, Thomas Jones, John Avery, & Hugh Frankland [sic], their securities entered into, and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of £1000 conditioned as the Law directs; Certificate was granted them for obtaining a probate of the said Will in due form; Liberty being reserved for the other Exor therein named to join in the probate when he shall think fit

Teste John Brown [illegible]

Exam’d.

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

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7 Private correspondece from Belva Cauthen and others, these notes are compiled from multiple private correspondence -- some of the original notes are also included, along with additional references, under William Hudson, father to Ursula Hudson. Please refer to those notes also. wtp 2015 update). Feb 13, 2010 Compilation of information (wtp 2015 note -- I have more recent work which, I believe, documents the two different Wm Hudson men who died in Edgefiled at about the same time ..- there has been a LOT of confusion between these two men. see my updated research under William Hudson. This is fairly complex and will not be repeated here. )

I have complied fact's given by many researchers. My thanks to Harris Researchers, Bev Cauthens, Pat Mason Harris, Pat Seaver, James Arlandsons, Wilborn family, Bill Pool, Pool family.

This is evidence and a time line for William Hudson son of 1 Peter Hudson and Martha unknown Pride, Hudson. As always is subject to new evidence when found.

Harris Family researchers have said that William Hudson is said to have lived near William and Judith Hudson Harris through out their lives. Wm. Harris dying 1778/79 and Judith dying 1796/97. This follows William Hudson from Halifax Co. Va to Mecklenburg Co.Va to Laurens Co. South Carolina.

At this time we have not found a time of death for William Hudson only it was after 1809 the date of the last deed of his family. And that it is not the William Hudson of 1813 believe this to be the son of William Hudson who father is Isaac Hudson of Ameila Co. Va. This family does not claim this William to be 1 Peter's son. Can be verified through Hudson Family Ass. 1st evidence of William Hudson is the Will of his father 1 Peter Hudson. This Will was transcribe by a Harris researcher as follows:

There are actually some blanks in the will, as some sections were missing or had become illegible.

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Choose format: Standard format Catalog card Citation Name tags MARC tags Record 90 out of 101 Call Number 26196, 27547

Author Hudson, Peter, d. 1753 Title Will, 1752 Oct. 7.

Material 8 leaves. Gen. note The will was recorded in Halifax County Will Book O, 1753-1772, however, the recordation is lacking since p. 1-14 are missing. The original will was located in File Box No.1 in the courthouse and prints were made of it and filed in the original will book at the courthouse.

Summary Will of Peter Hudson of Halifax County, Virginia, dated 7 October 1752 and proved 20 March 1753. Also includes a copy of the administrators bond for the estate of Peter Hudson.

Cite As Peter Hudson Will, 1753. Accessions 26196, 27547. Personal Papers collection. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 23219.

Format Photocopies. Subject - Personal Hudson, Peter Genre/Form Bonds -- Virginia -- Halifax County. Personal papers.

Wills -- Virginia -- Halifax County. Series Personal papers collection; 26196, 27547 holdings (1) All items System Number 000488716

Transcribed by Pat Mason Harris.

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

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8 1752/1753 Halifax Cou7rthouse, VA, Will of Peter Hudson, Halifax Courthouse, book 69 Pages 136-138, Transcript of Will of Peter Hudson, dated 07 Oct 1752, Halifax Courthouse, VA, Book 69, pages 136-138

(Father of Peter Hudson, "SR" Will dated 20 Oct 1803) In the name of God Amrn, I Perter Hudson of the County of Halifax being in perfect Mind and

Memory blessed by Almighty God for the same do make constitute and Ordain this my last Will and Testament, and desire it may be received as such. First and Principally I commend my soul to Almighty God in hopes of a blessed Rep.... at the last Day and trusting in the Mercy of my Blessed Redemer for the Remission of all my sins I commit my body to the Earth and desine to be Interned in such becoming manner as my Executor hereafter mentioned shall think proper. A............ Worldley Goods that God of his Mercy has been pleased to bestore on me, I Give in manner following. .......... I give & bequeath to my Eldest son (Peter Hudson) Four Hundred----- Acres of land in Lunenburg County and ... Stanton River beginning on said Stanton River at a .......... Sandplace then a strait...... To a Walnut Tree on the West side of a new Tobacco House and hence forward to make the above Four Hundred Acres the ...... . Land is the upper part of my ......in the County aforesaid which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land on the North .... Stanton River in the County of Lunenburg beginning at the ....... and joining Peter Hudson ...................... Stanton............ thr mouth of Buffalow Creek then up the said Buffalow as high as a branch that is known by the name of Benajers branch thence up the said Benajers branch to conclude the above said four hundred acvres which said Land I give to him, his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son James Hudson a certain Track or parcel of Land containing by estimation four hundred acres be the same more or less in the County of Lunenburg and on Stanton River brginning at the mouth of the aforesaid Buffalow Creek thence up the Creek to a line of ......... Trees thence on the said line ....................of Buffalow and Stanton River , which said Land I give to him, his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson a certain Tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation Four Hundred Acres be the same more or ........ Lying and being in the County of Halifax and on the Stanton River and bounded as follows Viz Beginning at the mouth of a Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the said Creek as it ........ and thence all the land that I purchased on the south side said Stanton below the mouth of the said Beaver Creek which said Land I give to Him his Heirs, and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son David Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land in the County of Halifax it being ... on Stanton River also and ... includes the plantation whereon I now dwell and Beginning at the mouth of the said Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the Creek and up the said River for the above said compliments of Four Hundred Acres which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hudson one horse named ......, Bridle and Saddle

, one Cow and Calf, two Sowers and Pigs, one Feather bed,......... and furniture, one Young ..... Lamb, one ..... Iron .... ... Good Frying pan which said moveables.I give to the said William Hudson his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson one Feather Bed well filled and Furniture, two Sowers and Pigs, one Ewe and Lamb, one Iron ..... ..... Good Frying pan which said Moveables I give to the said Daniel his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Phebe one Good .... Colt, one Briddle and Sadddle, one Feather Bed and Furniture, one Cow and Calf, one ...... ..... ..... , one Ewe and Lamb which said moveables I give to her, her Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give to my Loving Wife Martha Hudson during her natural life all other my moveable Estate and after her Decease I give and bequeath my said moveable Estate together with my negroes to my son David Hudson to him his Heiors and Assigns forever.

Wheras ......................and as yet haven't made .................................................................

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

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I hereby impower my Executors hereafter mentioned to make them a Good and Lawful Rights by way of Deeds and to Acknowledge the same in the County Court where.... Lands Lie.

First Robert Hudson my Nephew Four Hundred Acres on both siides of the .............. Creek where he now lives for which said Four Hundred I have received Thirty Pounds the full consideration which I am to have for the same.

Second Anthony Griffin One thousand Acres to be laid off from the old path on Piny branch, thence up both sides for the said Thousand Acres in Halifax County.

Third James Burton Four Hundred Acres in Lunenberg on a Creek of Stanton River called Buffalow beginning where James Hudson ..... .... the said Buffalow Creek, thence up the Creek on both sides to William Perry's Line, thence along Perry's line for the compliment of Four Hundred as above said.

Fourth Richard Hudson my Nephew Two Hundred Acres in Lunenberg County on Buffalow Creek above said Begin at the fork where ......... Branch makes out of the said Buffalow thence on .............. Creek and ....... branch for the compliment of two hundred acres ............................. ............................................................... .................................................................................................... .................................................................................................... ................................................ Item ........................................... Them to the best Advantage and after my Lawful Debts are paid that then the remainder of the money ........ by rhe sale of the said land shall be equally divided among all my children, Viz Sarah Parker, Judith Harris, Peter Hudson, James Hudson, Daniel Hudson, William Hudson, Phebe Hudson, and David Hudson which said money I give to them, their Heirs and Assigns forever.

I do hereby constitute and appoint my Loving wife Executrix, Peter Hudson my Son and Robert Hudson my Nephew Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In ........ whereof I have hereunto set my ... Affixed my seal this seventh day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty two.

(Signed) Peter Hudson In presence of: William Sims

Edward Lester John (his mark) Gregory


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On 20th day of March 1753 The ......... written last Will and Testament of Peter Hudson Deceased was ....... In Court by Peter Hudson and Robert Hudson Executors therein named (Martha Hudson Executrix therein also named being dead and the same was proved by the brother of William Sims and John ....... and ordered to be Recorded, and o the motion of the said ......,who made oath concerning the same and together with Samuel Harris, Sherwood ...... and Edward Parker their....... Entered into bond and acknowledged ..... Certificate was granted them for obtaining probate of the said Will in due form.

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

Sources:

9 Peter Hudson Will, Transcript of Will of Peter Hudson, dated 07 Oct 1752, Halifax Courthouse, VA, Book 69, pages 136-138 (Father of Peter Hudson, "SR" Will dated 20 Oct 1803) In the name of God Amrn, I Perter Hudson of the County of Halifax being in perfect Mind and Memory blessed by Almighty God for the same do make constitute and Ordain this my last Will and Testament, and desire it may be received as such. First and Principally I commend my soul to Almighty God in hopes of a blessed Rep.... at the last Day and trusting in the Mercy of my Blessed Redemer for the Remission of all my sins I commit my body to the Earth and desine to be Interned in such becoming manner as my Executor hereafter mentioned shall think proper.

A............ Worldley Goods that God of his Mercy has been pleased to bestore on me, I Give in manner following.

.......... I give & bequeath to my Eldest son (Peter Hudson) Four Hundred----- Acres of land in Lunenburg County and ... Stanton River beginning on said Stanton River at a .......... Sandplace then a strait...... To a Walnut Tree on the West side of a new Tobacco House and hence forward to make the above Four Hundred Acres the ...... . Land is the upper part of my ......in the County aforesaid which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land on the North .... Stanton River in the County of Lunenburg beginning at the ....... and joining Peter Hudson ...................... Stanton............ thr mouth of Buffalow Creek then up the said Buffalow as high as a branch that is known by the name of Benajers branch thence up the said Benajers branch to conclude the above said four hundred acvres which said Land I give to him, his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son James Hudson a certain Track or parcel of Land containing by estimation four hundred acres be the same more or less in the County of Lunenburg and on Stanton River brginning at the mouth of the aforesaid Buffalow Creek thence up the Creek to a line of ......... Trees thence on the said line ....................of Buffalow and Stanton River , which said Land I give to him, his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson a certain Tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation Four Hundred Acres be the same more or ........ Lying and being in the County of Halifax and on the Stanton River and bounded as follows Viz Beginning at the mouth of a Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the said Creek as it ........ and thence all the land that I purchased on the south side said Stanton below the mouth of the said Beaver Creek which said Land I give to Him his Heirs, and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son David Hudson Four Hundred Acres of Land in the County of Halifax it being ... on Stanton River also and ... includes the plantation whereon I now dwell and Beginning at the mouth of the said Creek called Beaver Creek thence up the Creek and up the said River for the above said compliments of Four Hundred Acres which said Land I give to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son William Hudson one horse named ......, Bridle and Saddle

, one Cow and Calf, two Sowers and Pigs, one Feather bed,......... and furniture, one Young ..... Lamb, one ..... Iron .... ... Good Frying pan which said moveables.I give to the said William Hudson his Heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Hudson one Feather Bed well filled and Furniture, two Sowers and Pigs, one Ewe and Lamb, one Iron ..... ..... Good Frying pan which said Moveables I give to the said Daniel his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Phebe one Good .... Colt, one Briddle and Sadddle, one Feather Bed and Furniture, one Cow and Calf, one ...... ..... ..... , one Ewe and Lamb which said moveables I give to her, her Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give to my Loving Wife Martha Hudson during her natural life all other my moveable Estate and after her Decease I give and bequeath my said moveable Estate together with my negroes to my son David Hudson to him his Heiors and Assigns forever.

Wheras ......................and as yet haven't made ................................................................. I hereby impower my Executors hereafter mentioned to make them a Good and Lawful

Individual Summary: Peter Hudson

Sex: Male Father: Robert Hudson Mother: Martha Mary Fergusson

Sources:

Rights by way of Deeds and to Acknowledge the same in the County Court where.... Lands

Lie. First Robert Hudson my Nephew Four Hundred Acres on both siides of the .............. Creek where he now lives for which said Four Hundred I have received Thirty Pounds the full consideration which I am to have for the same.

Second Anthony Griffin One thousand Acres to be laid off from the old path on Piny branch, thence up both sides for the said Thousand Acres in Halifax County.

Third James Burton Four Hundred Acres in Lunenberg on a Creek of Stanton River called Buffalow beginning where James Hudson ..... .... the said Buffalow Creek, thence up the Creek on both sides to William Perry's Line, thence along Perry's line for the compliment of Four Hundred as above said.

Fourth Richard Hudson my Nephew Two Hundred Acres in Lunenberg County on Buffalow Creek above said Begin at the fork where ......... Branch makes out of the said Buffalow thence on .............. Creek and ....... branch for the compliment of two hundred acres ............................. ..................................................................................................................................................... ..................................................................................................................................................... ............. Item ........................................... Them to the best Advantage and after my Lawful Debts are paid that then the remainder of the money ........ by rhe sale of the said land shall be equally divided among all my children, Viz Sarah Parker, Judith Harris, Peter Hudson, James Hudson, Daniel Hudson, William Hudson, Phebe Hudson, and David Hudson which said money I give to them, their Heirs and Assigns forever.

I do hereby constitute and appoint my Loving wife Executrix, Peter Hudson my Son and Robert Hudson my Nephew Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In ........ whereof I have hereunto set my ... Affixed my seal this seventh day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty two.

(Signed) Peter Hudson In presence of: William Sims

Edward Lester John (his mark) Gregory


On 20th day of March 1753 The ......... written last Will and Testament of Peter Hudson Deceased was ....... In Court by Peter Hudson and Robert Hudson Executors therein named (Martha Hudson Executrix therein also named being dead and the same was proved by the brother of William Sims and John ....... and ordered to be Recorded, and o the motion of the said ......,who made oath concerning the same and together with Samuel Harris, Sherwood ...... and Edward Parker their....... Entered into bond and acknowledged ..... Certificate was granted them for obtaining probate of the said Will in due form. http://ancestry.com/.



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On 9 Jul 2015 at 04:15 GMT Gerald Smith wrote:

Hudson-4688 and Hudson-753 appear to represent the same person because: same person

On 5 Jun 2015 at 03:42 GMT David Wilson wrote:

Multiple children need further research and addition as time allows.

On 31 May 2015 at 14:34 GMT William Pool Jr wrote:

Hudson-753 and Hudson-4802 appear to represent the same person because: I created "my" Peter Hudson as a "placeholder" for the father of my William Hudson, while I carefully reviewed available info -- in case William Hudson's father turned out to be a different man. (I always intened to merge William Hudson's father into the Profile of whatever Hudson he turned out to be).

I now propose merging 'my" Peter Hudson into yours. My real interest is my William Hudson, HUDSON-4797--- and I did not want to tie him to a specific father until I could do more checking. i AM NOW READY TO PROPOSE HUDSON-4797 as the William Hudson mentioned in your Peter Hudson's will.

My best evidence is that my William Hudson is a son of your Peter Hudson. The DAR has the same conclusion. The data is tricky because there were at least 3 William Hudsons living in the same areas at the same time.

Bill

On 30 Aug 2014 at 22:35 GMT David Wilson wrote:

On 1 Mar 2012 at 17:34 GMT Lindsay (Stough) Coleman wrote:

His wife is NOT Martha Briggs... this information is from saying that the widow of Halcot Pride is now Peter Hudson's wife BUT there are TWO HALCOT PRIDES. The Halcot Pride, spouse of Martha Briggs is NOT the same Halcot Pride that his widow married Peter Hudson.

On 20 Feb 2012 at 20:55 GMT Lindsay (Stough) Coleman wrote:

This profile is a work-in-progress. Under the developing rules on historically-significant ancestors over 300-years-old supervisors are doing expedited merges. We need one manager to take primary responsibility for each profile. Management rights and/or trusted status may be terminated per policy. Please see http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Historically-significant_ancestors for more details. Please feel free to contact me with any questions as well. Thanks!



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