Location: Albemarle, Virginia, United States
Source materials re: Extended Craven Family:
- -- Purpose is to use these documents on multiple profiles and space pages --
- John Hough Craven and his children their spouses.
- Enslaved Ancestors associated with the Craven Families.
- Also: Monticello connection: Jefferson/Randolph Families
- Also: Pen Park Cemetery Project
- 1800 Tufton Farm, near Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia, USA
- Transcribed Will John Hough Craven
- Drafted 3 AUG 1841 in Albemarle, Virginia, United States
- Probated +++ 1845
- Transcribed by Nancy Kraus, Architectural Historian.
- 1826-1841 - Craven-JH_Book-of-Family-Accounts_1826-184. John Hough Craven kept a notebook of property, personal items, and enslaved ancestors that he gave to his children and/or designated that they should go to them upon his death.
- 1849 - Albemarle County, Virginia, USA - Sale of Enslaved owned by John Hough Craven (Top, Middle, Bottom)
- 11 Jun 1852 - Albemarle County, Virginia, USA - Inventory of estate of George Washington Craven Albemarle County WB 221-239, p239 -
- 1852 - Albemarle County, Virginia, USA - Probate / Chancery Records for Estate of George Washington Craven - Wife Susan Heiskell Craven, exec. Albemarle will book 22 pg 136. Lists current enslaved ancestors that Susan still owns.
- 5 JUL 1860 - Albemarle County, Virginia, USA - Slave Schedule Albemarle County, Virginia, USA
- "United States Census (Slave Schedule), 1860", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:WKT1-BLZM : 16 October 2019), Susan Craven, 1860.