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The Barclay Motto on the Crest: "Either Action or Death"

Ahnentafel Chart for Nathalee Barclay

Submitted by Bill Richardson of Houston, TX

First Generation
Nathalee
1. Nathalee Barclay  was born on 18 Feb 1910 in Tyler County, TX. She died on 18 Oct 1957 in Houston, Harris County, TX.  The cause of death was ovarian cancer. She was buried on 19 Oct 1957 in Beech Creek Cemetery, Tyler County, TX.  
Information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove 
Name: Nathalee Jones
Age at death: 47 years 8 months
Marital status: Married
Father name: Charles F. Barclay
Father birth place: Texas
Mother name: Mary Cowart
Mother birth place: Texas
Occupation: Store Checker Stedco Stores
Residence: Warren, Tyler, Texas
Film number: 2135870
Digital GS number: 4163619
Image number: 3039
Reference number: cn 55268
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 
Nathalee married Gilbert A. Jones .

Second Generation
Charles & Mary
2. Charles Franklin Barclay  was born on 16 Oct 1885 in Warren, Tyler County, TX. He died on 25 Sep 1954 in Warren, Tyler County, TX.  The cause of death was coronary thrombosis. He was buried on 28 Sep 1954 in Beech Creek Cemetery, Tyler County, TX. He married Mary Cowart on 19 Jul 1907 in Tyler County, TX.  
Birthdate info from family bible.
Birth & death dates from Tyler Co, TX Cemetery Book. 
Information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove 
Name: Charles Barclay
Age at death: 69 years 11 months 9 days
Marital status: Widowed
Father name: Walter Barclay
Mother name: Catherine Kincaid
Occupation: Sawyer
Residence: Warren, Tyler, Texas
Additional relatives: Mrs. G.A. Jones, infornant
Film number: 2114282
Digital GS number: 4165612
Image number: 3434
Reference number: cn 52320
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976
3. Mary Cowart  was born on 14 Oct 1886 in Spurger, Tyler County, TX. She died on 15 Dec 1943 in Warren, Tyler County, TX.  The cause of death was cerebral hemorrage. She was buried on 16 Dec 1943 in Beech Creek Cemetery, Tyler County, TX.  
Name: Mary Cowart Barclay
Age at death: 57 years 2 months 1 day
Marital status: Married
Father name: George Washington Cowart
Father birth place: Ga.
Mother name: Louvenia Jane Collier
Mother birth place: Spurger, Texas
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: Warren, Tyler, Texas
Film number: 2137700
Digital GS number: 4029632
Image number: 1797
Reference number: 72722
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976

Third Generation

James & Nancy

4. James Walter Barclay Jr. was born on 5 Jul 1849 in Tyler County, TX. He died in 1907 in Tyler County, TX. He was buried in Hart-Mill Cemetery, Tyler County, TX. He married Nancy Catherine Kincaid on 22 Dec 1870 in Woodville, Tyler County, TX.
Information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove
Info on birth and marriage from family bible.
Death from Tyler Co. cemetery book.
1850 Tyler Co, TX census shows him as 1 living with his parents and born in TX.
1860 Tyler Co, TX census shows him as 10 born in TX and still living at home with his parents.
1870 Tyler Co, TX census list him as 21 a farm laborer and living with his father.
5. Nancy Catherine Kincaid  was born on 10 Sep 1849 in Tyler County, TX. She died on 20 Feb 1913 in Tyler County, TX. She was buried in Hart-Mill Cemetery, Tyler County, TX. 
Info from family bible on birth and marriage date.
Tyler Co. cemetery book for death date.
Bible also had death date.
Sons death certificate list her place of birth as Tyler Co.

Information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove

Fourth Generation

 

8. James Walter Barclay Sr. was born on 11 Feb 1816 in TN. He died on 14 Dec 1873 in Tyler County, TX. He was buried in Hart-Mill Cemetery, Tyler County, TX. He married Virginia Ann Foster in 1840 in Tyler County, TX.

From 1850 census of Tyler County Texas, as published in the "Yellowed Pages" James Barclay 34m, born in Tenn; Virginia 22f, born in Ga; Jane E 9f, Tx; Avarella 7f, Tx; Mary L. 5f, Tx; Sarah A., 3f, Tx; James W. 1m, Tx.


From the HANDBOOK OF TEXAS, VOL. I -

James Barclay, legislator and Indian agent, was one of the earliest settlers in present Tyler County.  He was born in Tennessee on February 11, 1816, the son of Walter and Elizabeth McQueen.  In 1826 he  came to Texas with his father and brother, but they returned to Tennessee later in the same year. In February 1836, the family settled permanently in Texas.  Five years later James Barclay married Virginia Ann Foster and settled on the John Wheat survey a few miles southest of the present city of Woodville.  About 1841 the Alabama Indian tribe moved southward and established a village on the survey with Barclay's permisssion.


After the organization of Tyler County in 1846, Barclay played a prominent role in the government of the new county, serving in most of the county's elective positions.  He was elected the first tax assessor-collector; in 1850 he was elected sheriff; and he was the county's chief justice during terms that began in 1856 and 1858.  His activities as Indian commissioner and agent constituted another feature of his diversified public career.  On Februry 3, 1854, James Barclay and Samuel Rowe were appointed commissioners to purchase a tract of land which is part of the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation in Polk County. On May 12, 1858, Governor H. R. Runnels appointed Barclay agent for the Alabama, Coushatta, and Muscogie Indian tribes.

From November 7, 1859 to February 13, 1860, he served as the Tyler County representative in the Texas legislature.  Returning to the legislature in December 1863, Barclay represented Tyler and Hardin counties.  He served on several legislative committees, including Indian affairs.  During the administration of Governor Pendleton Murrah Barclay served a second term as agent for the Polk County Indians from November 9, 1864, until he was replaced on Agusut 29, 1865, by A. J. Harrison, an appointee of Provisional Governor A. J. Hamilton.  After his removal as Indian agent, Barclay continued to operate his large plantation and to participate in civic affairs until his death at his Tyler County home on November 14, 1871.  He was buried in the Hart Cemetery, about three miles south of Woodville."


The Alabama Indians crossed the Sabine in 1795.  By 1810 they had established Peach Tree Village with a population of about 200.  About 150 Coushatta Indians had settled near Onalaska on Kickapoo Creek.


The Fourth Texas legislature (Republic) commissioned Thomas G. Stubblefield, Indian Agent.  By 1844, Joseph l. Ellis was agent.


The Brazos Reservation policy of 1854 - Twelve leagues of land on the upper Brazos River in north Central Texas was acquired by the federal government for the purpose of settling Indians.  It was referred to as the Upper and Lower Reservations.  The policy was abandoned in 1859 and the land reverted back to the state in 1875.


The Act of 1854 granted the Alabama Indians 1220 acres in Polk County.  James Barclay acted as agent to purchase this land along with Samuel Rowe -- Feb 3, 1854.


In June 1874 James Barclay's children applied for a pension as a result of his service in the Army of the Repulic of Texas (REPULBIC OF TEXAS PENSION APPLICATION ABSTRACTS).  The application said he volunteered in July 1836 for for service in Capt. Ingraham's company raised in Jasper.  Gideon J. Goode and William Byerly, both of Jasper were acquainted with Barclay and served in the same expedition with him.


From THE INDIAN PAPERS OF TEXAS AND THE SOUTHWEST, 1825-1916, Dorman H. Winfrey and James M. Day, eds.


No. 183 Letter From H.R. Runnels to J. Barclay [June 2, 1858] Instructions.

To James Barclay, Agent for the Coushatta Indians in Polk and Tyler Counties. Letter commissions Barclay as agent for the Coushatta Indians asking him to get the voluntary consent of the tribe to relocate.  He is to determine the best place for them to move to by visiting the frontier and the Indian Reserves on the Brazos with tribal leaders.  "It is especially desirable that in performing the duties of Agent, you should keep in view the welfare and happiness of the Indians, to promote which, you will see at all times to the due and proper protection of life and property, and as far as practicable direct and control their intercourse with the whites."  He is to maintain constant contact with the tribe.  His salary was $400 per year and was instructed to submit any other expenditures for approval.  Any contract he may sign for relocation of the tribe must be submitted to the Governor for ratification.


No. 187 Letter from H. R. Runnels to J.Barclay July 7th, 1858.

In this letter Governor Runnels relates to Barclay the assurances of Maj. R. S. Neighbors Supervising Agent Texas Indians that relocation of the Coushatta Indians to the Brazos Reservations would be in the best interests of the tribe. Maj. Neighbors has assured the governor that the Indians would be well protected there and that a deputation of the tribe to the Reserves would be met with joy and satisfaction by those Indians already on the Reservation.  He stated further that there was an abundance of good free land on the Reserves and that support would be provided by the federal government.  He urges Barclay to speak for him assuring the Indians that they should not allow such a good opportunity to pass.

"That their Great Father (the President of the United States) out of his goodness and his love for them, has established these Asylums for the Indian, to which he can now go with every assurance, which the great arm of his Government can afford, as securing him peace and protection, in pursuit of all the arts of civilization and industry; If accepted by the INdians it cannot fail to result in the elevation and improvement of the race, the sad history of which is briefly told...." He is to correspond with Maj. Neighbors and let him know when he will visit the reservation with the Indian leaders.


No 189 - Letter from H. R. Runnels to J. Barclay August 20th, 1858 This letter written in response to letter Barclay wrote the governor on August 9th.  Again he urges Barclay to take some Indian leaders to the Reservation and urge them to move there.

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(In December 1858 the few Indians who were living on the Reserves were massacred by local whites).

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Following information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove, Birth & death dates from tombstone, Picture of tombstone. Copy of son Napoleon's death certificate states James was born in Alabama.

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1840 census of Texas shows Barclay having 1653 acres of land under survey based on a grant, but without final title confirmed by the General Land Office.

1850 census of Tyler Co lists him as a farmer with a real estate value of $1,000.

1860 Tyler Co, TX census list him as 44 a Farmer and born in TN, a real estate value of $3000 and a personal estate value of $6000.

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BARCLAY, JAMES (1816-1871). James Barclay, legislator, county official, and Indian agent, was born in Tennessee on February 11, 1816, the son of Walter and Elizabeth (McQueen) Barclay. In 1826 he came to Texas with his father and brother, but they all returned to Tennessee the same year. In February 1836 the family settled permanently in Texas. On April 16, 1841, Barclay married Virginia Ann Foster; they eventually had twelve children. Barclay was one of the earliest settlers in what is now Tyler County. In 1852 he bought land in the John Wheat survey that included a village of the Alabama Indians. These Indians had begun moving southward about 1840 from their Fenced-In Villageqv in northwestern Tyler County to a location on Cypress Creek. The Alabamas referred to this village as Jim Barclay Villageqv and continued to live there after 1852 with Barclay's permission.

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After the organization of Tyler County in 1846, Barclay served in many of the county's elective positions.

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He was elected the first tax assessor-collector; in 1850 he was elected sheriff; and he was the county's chief justice during terms that began in 1856 and 1858. On February 3, 1854, Barclay and Samuel Rowe were appointed commissioners to purchase a tract of land for an Alabama Indian reservation in Polk County. This land is now a part of the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation. On May 12, 1858, Governor H. R. Runnelsqv appointed Barclay agent for the Alabama, Coushatta, and Pakana Muskogee Indians. From November 7, 1859, to February 13, 1860, he served as the Tyler County representative in the Texas legislature. He returned to the legislature in December 1863 to represent Tyler and Hardin counties and served on several legislative committees, including Indian Affairs. During the administration of Governor Pendleton Murrah,qv Barclay served a second term as agent for the Polk County Indians, from November 9, 1864, until he was replaced on August 29, 1865, by A. J. Harrison, an appointee of provisional governor A. J. Hamilton.qv

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Barclay continued to operate his large plantation and to participate in civic affairs until his death at his Tyler County home on November 14, 1871. He was buried in the Hart Cemetery, three miles south of Woodville.


BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Members of the Legislature of the State of Texas from 1846 to 1939 (Austin: Texas Legislature, 1939). J. E. and Josiah Wheat, "The Early Days of Tyler County," Tyler County Dogwood Festival Program, 1963. James E. and Josiah Wheat, "Tyler County and the Texas Republic," Tyler County Dogwood Festival Program, 1967. Dorman H. Winfrey and James M. Day, eds., Texas Indian Papers (4 vols., Austin: Texas State Library, 1959-61; rpt., 5 vols., Austin: Pemberton Press, 1966).

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Howard N. Martin

9. Virginia Ann Foster was born on 9 Feb 1827 in Monroe County, GA. She died on 15 Oct 1867 in Tyler County, TX. She was buried in Oct 1867 in Hart-Mill Cemetery, Tyler County, TX. 
Information received from Donna Heckler of Baytown, Tx; Date info from tombstone. Picture of tombstone in my possession. Birthplace from son Napoleon Barclay's death certificate.
1850 Tyler Co, TX census shows her as 22 born in GA.
1860 Tyler Co, TX census shows her as 31 born in GA. 

Information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove

Fifth Generation
Barclay
16. Walter Barclay was born on 29 Apr 1775 in Rowan County, NC. He died on 25 Jun 1857 in Tyler County, TX. He was buried in Hart-Mill Cemetery, Tyler County, TX. He married Elizabeth McQueen on 29 Jan 1804 in Richmond, Madison County, KY. 

Died at his son James Barclay's home in Tyler Co., TX  Info from Cemetery book. 1850 Tyler Co, TX census list him as 76 a Farmer with real estate valued at $1000 and born in N.C. Walter was 30 and his bride about 14 when they were wed, he may have been married before there is mention of a son Peter by him only left in Kentucky when he went to TX. 

Above information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove

17. Elizabeth McQueen was born in 1790 in Richmond, Madison County, KY. She died on 15 May 1883 in Tyler County, TX. She was buried in Hart-Mill Cemetery, Tyler County, TX.  

Information from Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx and Sandra Burgher Hargrove. Donna Heckler says year of death 1863; Sandy Hargrove says 1883???

18. Lewis Foster was born about 1782 in Onslow County, NC. He died about 1845 in Tyler County, TX. He married Jane Lawson.  

From Rigsby Relatives and Related Families, p.420

"F1A-3-Lewis Foster (son of Kimmie Foster) b. ca. 1782, Onslow Co., NC; d. (w.d. 29 Sept. 1842); w.p. 31 May 1845 (perhpas not the first filing date for probate), in Tyler Co., TX.;m. 11 Mar. 1808/1813, Wilkes Co., GA toJANE LAWSON (dau. of John Lawson/Delphi Robertson), b. 1789 Wilkes Co., Ga.; d. --Jun 1858, Tyler Co., Tx (6 sons, 7 daugh)

19. Jane Lawson was born in 1789 in Wilkes County, GA. She died in Jun 1858 in Tyler County, TX.  

From Rigsby Relatives and Related Families, p.420 JANE LAWSON (dau. of John Lawson/Delphi Robertson), b. 1789 Wilkes Co., Ga.; d. -- Jun 1858, Tyler Co., Tx (6 sons, 7 daugh)

Sixth Generation

32. Robert Barclay  was born on 19 Jan 1717 in Dublin, IRELAND. He died on 18 May 1789 in Rowan County, NC. He married Leah Madison? after 1742 in NC.
info on birth from LDS also have a Eustace Street on his birth.Death date from a Mr. Donald White Caldwell, KS. Family lore has it that he stole a ship from his father The Frigate Barclay and sailed it to Barbados. In fact in the Book The Barclays of New York who they are and who they are not and other Barclays by R. Burnham Moffat, states that in the Calendar of Petitions to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland which is preserved in in the Record office in Dublin, that his father John Barclay , merchant, on Oct. 16, 1741 allowing shipment of Wheat to Barbados and on April 2,1742 allowing him to send provisions to the ship " Barclay Frigate". Check for his arrival and marriage after 1742. Rowan Co, N.C. will book Co 85 C1786 WB-C/121 Orig AR. Will gives sons Walter William & Robert Plantation and land. Book 8 page 59 dated May 28 1771 shows a Henry Eustace Mc Culloch selling the planter Robert Barcley 200 Acreas including a plantation. Book 17 page 327 on Oct 2 1797  shows Robert & Walter Barkley selling the same land
Above information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove

33. Leah Madison? .

Information from Sandra Burgher Hargrove

34. John McQueen  was born about 1759 in Carroll County, MD. He died about 1836. He married Nancy Crews on 6 Oct 1788 in Madison County, KY.

Metes and Bounds, Vol 1.,  Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx. 1993, p.45

35. Nancy Crews  was born in 1768/1774.  She died in Franklin County, TN.

Metes and Bounds, Vol 1., Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx. 1993, p.45

36. Kimmie Foster  was born about 1743 in Craven County, NC. He died on 25 Mar 1816 in Morgan County, GA. He married Prudence Sanderson? about 1767 in Craven County, NC.

From Rigsby Relatives and Allied Families; p. 370
"#F1-A-KIMMIE FOSTER (son of William Sheppard Foster) b. Abt 1743, Craven Co., NC; d. 25 Mar 1816, Morgan Co., GA; m. Abtr 1767, Craven Co., NC to Prudence (Sanderson?) (presumed daughter of  Joseph Sanderson of Craven Co., NC/---- ----), b. Abt 1745, Craven Co., NC; d. Bfr 1816, probably in  Morgan Co., GA (5 sons, 4 daus.)

37. Prudence Sanderson?  was born about 1745 in Craven County, NC. She died before 1816 in GA.

Presumed daughter of Joseph Sanderson of Craven Co., NC Information from Rigsby Relatives and
Allied Families

See notes on husband

38. John Lawson  was born about 1745 in VA. He died about 1829 in Wilkes County, GA. He married Delphia Robertson about 1772 in VA.

Rigsby Relatives and Related Families, p. 492

will dated 13 Jun 1821; will probated 29 Sept 1829

39. Delphia Robertson.

Parents of Delphia are John Robertson and probably Rachel Lawson

Seventh Generation

64. John Barclay.

68. Thomas McQueen  was born about 1731 in Baltimore County, MD. He died about 1763 in Great Cove, Bedford County, PA. He married Elizabeth Berry.

Metes and Bounds, Vol 1., Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx. 1993, p.45

69. Elizabeth Berry.

Metes and Bounds, Vol 1., Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx. 1993, p.45

70. David Milton Crews  was born on 2 Mar 1740 in Henrico County, VA. He died on 2 Nov 1821 in Madison County, KY. He married Annie Magee.

Events relating to the life of David Milton Crews
are detailed in the book METES AND BOUNDS, Vol II, by Donna Hechler Porter of Baytown, Tx. Book published by The Anundsen Publishing Co. Decorah, Iowa, 1993.  Copy in possession of W. G. Richardson

71. Annie Magee  was born about 1745 in Hanover County, VA. She died in 1796/1802 in Madison County, KY.

Events relating to the life of Annie Magee
are detailed in the book METES AND BOUNDS, Vol II, by Donna Hechler Porter of Baytown, Tx. Book published by The Anundsen Publishing Co. Decorah, Iowa, 1993.  Copy in possession of W. G. Richardson

72. William Sheppard Foster  was born before 1718 in Accomack County, VA. He died on 24 Dec 1792 in Craven County, NC. He was married about 1742.

From Rigsby Relatives and Allied Families, p. 350
F-1-WILLIAM SHEPPARD FOSTER (son of John Foster/Elizabeth Sheppard), b. before 1718,
Accomack Co., Va; d. 24 Dec 1792, Craven Co., NC; m. est 1742, place unknown; wife and 10 slaves on 1790 census

78. John Robertson. John married Rachel Lawson?.

Rigsby Relatives and Related Families, p. 492

79. Rachel Lawson? .

Rigsby Relatives and Related Families, p. 492

Eight Generation

128. Robert Barclay  was born in 1648 in Gordonstown, , Moray County, SCOTLAND. He died in 1690 in SCOTLAND.

Barclay, Robert (1648-90), Scottish Quaker, born in Gordonstown, Moray County, and educated at the  Scots college in Paris.  Opposed to the doctrines of both Calvinism and Roman Catholicism, he joined the Society of Friends in 1687.  In 1672 he startled the city of Aberdeen by walking through its streets in sackcloth and ashes.  He suffered much persecution and was frequently imprisoned.  In later years he was in favor with the duke of York, later King James II of England, Scotland, and Ireland.  With other Quakers, including William Penn, Barclay was granted a patent to East Jersey.  Barclay was nominal governor of the province from 1683 to 1688 but never went to America. His Treatise on Universal Love (1677) deals with the ciminality of war.  The best known of his works is An Apology for the true Christian Divinity, as the Same is Held forth and Preached by the People Called in Scorn Quakers (1678).
Barclay's collected works were published in a volume entitled Truth Triumphant (1692).

"An Apology for the True Christian Divinity" by Robert Barclay, first publish in 1678

136.  Dugal McQueen  was born in SCOTLAND. He died in 1746/1747 in Baltimore County, MD. He married Grace.

Metes and Bounds, Vol 1., Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx. 1993, p.5

137.  Grace.

Maiden name possibly Brown

Metes and Bounds, Vol 1., Donna Heckler, Baytown, Tx. 1993, p.5

140.  David Crew  was born about 1710 in VA. He died in Jul 1766 in VA. He married Mary Stanley on 9 Nov 1733/1734 in Hanover County, VA.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

141.  Mary Stanley .

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

142.  Samuel Magee. Samuel married Mary Ladd.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2

143.  Mary Ladd.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2

144.  John Foster  was born about 1693. He married Elizabeth Sheppard before 1717.

From Rigsby Relatives and Allied Families, p. 350
F-JOHN FOSTER, the father of William Sheppard Foster, lived in Accomack Co., VA.; estimated date of birth 1693, place unknown; m. prior to 1717 (estimated from father-in-law's will), to Elizabeth Sheppard, daughter of William Sheppard (will); prob. d. by 1742; lived in Accomack County, on the Eastern Shore of Virginia

145.  Elizabeth Sheppard.

From Rigsby Relatives and Allied Families, p. 370

Ninth Generation

280.  John Crew  was born about 1670. He married Sarah Gatley.

Events relating to the life of John Crew are contained on pp. 3 thru 13 of METES AND BOUNDS, Donna Hechler Porter, Baytown,Tx 1993

281.  Sarah Gatley  was born about 1670.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

282.  John Stanley.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

284.  William Magee.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

286.  William Ladd. William married Huldah Binford.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

287.  Huldah Binford.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

290.  William Sheppard.

From Rigsby Relatives and Allied Families, p. 370

Tenth Generation

560. John Crew.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

562. Nicholas Gatley. Nicholas married Sarah.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

563. Sarah.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

564. Thomas Stanley.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

568. Thomas Magee.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

572. John Ladd  died before 1763 in Charles City, VA. He married Mary Crew on 10 Sep 1724 in Charles City, , VA.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

573. Mary Crew  died before 1763 in Charles City, VA.

METES AND BOUNDS, VOL 2, p.5

574. James Binford.

Information from METES AND BOUNDS, VOL. 2

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