Anderson in Albemarle County

Anderson in Albemarle County

Colonial Marriages
Late 18th century marriage records indicate the presence of:

18th Century Land Patents
indicate the presence of:

Samuel 08/16/1798 Albemarle Co
45a Rich Cove and Rockfish River
grants 38/333

Samuel 11/09/1798 Albemarle/Amherst Co
90a Hickory Creek co-patent John Bailey
grants 40/564

Thomas 08/20/1748 Albemarle Co
400a south side of James River on branches of Appomattox River
patents 26/661

Thomas 09/20/1768 Albemarle Co
1660a branches of Willis Creek
patents 37/420

William 03/02/1797 Albemarle Co
452a co-patent Christopher Hudson
grants 39/14

William 03/03/1797 Albemarle Co
1337a co-patent Christopher Hudson
grants 38/9

1810 Virginia Census
Name                  County           Page Family Statistics

Anderson, Catherine   Albemarle        001  00000-00000-4,0
Anderson, Edmund      Albemarle        001  10200-02030-0,0
Anderson, Nathaniel   Albemarle        001  01001-01101-0,0
Anderson, Samuel      Albemarle        001  00001-00011-0,0


In 1757 the will of Thomas Anderson is filed in Albemarle County. This Thomas is the son of Robert Anderson and migrated west from New Kent County along the north bank of the James River to Goochland County, Many of his children settled into what is now Cumberland County, Virginia during the colonial period and then spread southward and westward during the empire period..

Samuel Anderson arrived in the county later and is believed to have come from Maryland.


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