Anderson in Lunenburg County

Anderson in Lunenburg County

Late 18th century marriage records 
indicate the presence of:

ANDERSON, Thomas            DAVIS, Sarah C.             03 Oct 1795
ANDERSON, John              CAMERON, Mary Reed          19 Aug 1797*
ANDERSON, Garland           HAMLETT, Nancy              10 Oct 1807
BAGLEY, Anderson            FOWLKES, Sarah C.           20 Apr 1809

*This John Anderson was the parish minister and his family is documented
in a book published about Cumberland Parish.

18th century Virginia patents 
reveal the presence of:

Bartelot 09/05/1749 Amelia Co
953a. in Amelia & Lunenburg head branches of south fork of Buffalo 
and Little Roanoake (of Hanover County)

Bartelot 11/01/1754 Lunenburg Co
1150a head branches of Little Roanoke and Buffalo adj Charles Anderson

Charles 07/05/1751 Lunenburg Co
240a both sides Cub Creek adj Thomas Harvey

Charles 07/05/1751 Lunenburg Co
886a west or upper side of Little Roanoke adj Lidderdale, Collings

Charles 08/16/1756 Lunenburg Co
315a both sides of Sandy Creek

Francis 08/16/1756 Lunenburg Co
400a head branches of Fly Blow and Strait Stone Creeks

Francis 08/16/1756 Lunenburg Co
400a branches of Owens Creek

Richard 09/20/1751 Lunenburg Co
348a both sides Great Polecat Creek adj McCulliams
patents 31/61

Richard 09/10/1755 Lunenburg Co
400a adj his own
patents 32/626

Richard 05/12/1759 Lunenburg Co
454a branch of Polecat Creek adj his own & Harris
patents 34/251

1810 Virginia Census

Anderson, James       Lunenburg        323  00101-00002-0,9
Anderson, Mason       Lunenburg        323  10010-20100-0,5
Anderson, Thomas      Lunenburg        323  41010-30010-0,3


Bartelot and Charles were brothers and grandsons of Robert Anderson. Francis and Richard were brothers and descendants of Richard Anderson.

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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