Anderson in Amherst County

Anderson in Amherst County

Late 18th century tax records 
indicate the presence of:


Late 18th century marriage records 
indicate the presence of:

ANDERSON, Thomas            HILL, Betsy                 22 Jul 1793
MOSS, Anderson              PENN, Lucy                  31 Dec 1796
ANDERSON, Nelson            CRAWFORD, Agnes             18 Mar 1799
ANDERSON, John              LYON, Polly                 21 Sep 1802
CREWS, Anderson             WHITE, Patsy                07 Jan 1802
ANDERSON, Samuel Jr.        BECK, Susanna               22 Sep 1809

18th century Virginia Land patents 
reveal the presence of:

Samuel 07/10/1802 Amherst Co
120a Hickory Creek
grants 50/190

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

Thomas 04/27/1796 Amherst Co
24a Harris's & Stoval's Creeks both sides Lynch's road
grants 35/172

1810 Virginia Census

Name                  County           Page Family Statistics

Anderson, Samuel Jun. Amherst          292  00100-00100-0,0


It is likely that some of these individuals are members of the expanding York River Basin family. Samuel however is the son of the Albemarle County  Samuel Anderson whom possibly originated in Maryland.

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