Anderson in Greenbrier County

Anderson in Greenbrier County

Late 18th century tax records 
indicate the presence of:


Late 18th century marriage records 
indicate the presence of:

PEMBERTON, Edward           ANDERSON, Mary              29 Oct 1781
SCARBROW, David             ANDERSON, Eliza             03 May 1786
McGRAW, John                ANDERSON, Sally             15 Feb 1799
LEWIS, George               ANDERSON, Margaret          13 Mar 1808
HUNTER, B. Henry            ANDERSON, Elizabeth         31 Jan 1810

18th century Virginia patents 
reveal the presence of:

Robert 01/17/1799 Greenbrier Co
146a Middle fork Anthony's Creek adj Ralph Wilson & Thomas Kincaid
grants 42/129

John 10/29/1786 Greenbrier Co
1076a Anthony's Creek south branch of Greenbrier River
grants 4/616

John 10/29/1786 Greenbrier Co
194a adj James Hughston, Samuel Moore etc
grants 4/620

John 10/29/1786 Greenbrier Co
560a south side Greenbrier River at Carpenters Place
grants 6/257

John 10/29/1786 Greenbrier Co
700a both sides Greenbrier River mouth of Howard's Creek
grants 7/61

John 01/25/1792 Greenbrier Co
93a Anthony's Creek adj his own
grants 24/495

John 01/26/1792 Greenbrier Co
400a walkers Meadow Creek adj James Ritchen
grants 25/424

John 08/06/1799 Greenbrier Co
920a both sides Greenbrier River mouth of Howard's Creek
grants 42/512

1810 Virginia Census  



I have no further information on these individuals at present.

The MIDI file of "Why Have My Loved Ones Gone" (lyrics) by Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864) is used by permission of Benjamin Robert Tubb from his website at Public Domain Music

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