In the 1820 census for Meadsville, Halifax, Virginia, Enumeration date August 7 1820 – William Monday listed, 1 male under 10, 1 male 10 thru 15, 1 male 45 and over, 1 female under 10, 1 female 26 thru 44. 1 person engaged in agriculture. Free white persons under 16 is 3, free white persons over 25 is 2. Total free white persons 5. John Dunkley is listed next to him (a John Dunkley married Tabitha Monday 25 Apr 1797 Halifax County).
In the 1830 census for Pittsylvania, Virginia, William Monday listed, 1 male 15 thru 19, 1 male 20 thru 29, 1 male 50 thru 59, 1 female 10 thru 14, 1 female 50 thru 59. Free white persons under 20 is 2, free white persons 20 thru 49 is 1. Total free white persons 5.
↑ "Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940", FamilySearch (Online: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2010), [Original source: Charlotte County (Virginia). County Clerk, "Marriage registers, 1782-1923", microfilm #30815, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1949, 1977)], <https://familysearch.org>
↑ Library of Virginia, "Chancery Records Index; 1795 William Staples Sr of Charlotte Co VA", Library of Virginia (Online: lva.virginia.gov, 2013); Charlotte County, Virginia, Will Bk 2, p. 78, William Staples Sr. will date 18 June 1795, proved 7 Dec 1795. Wife Mary Staples then youngest son Joshua Staples. Daughter Nancey Monday. all my children. Executor wife Mary, William Staples Jr., Webster & Elijah Staples. Witness: William Robertson, Griffin Dodd, Robert Geers. (Charlotte Co. VA Will Bk 2, 1791-1805, Wise)
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