Anderson in Monongalia County

Anderson in Monongalia County

Late 18th Century tax records 
indicate the presence of:


Late 18th century marriage records 
indicate the presence of:

BELL, Robert                ANDERSON, Jane              08 May 1797

Virginia patent records 
indicate the presence of:

James 05/01/1784 Monongalia Co
400a on Simsons Creek adj Andrew Davison
Grants L/98

James 05/01/1784 Monongalia Co
400a Simsons Creek Adj JOhn Powers
grants M/14

James 01/01/1785 Monongalia Co
500a Hackers Creek
grants R/646

Joseph 12/18/1786 Monongalia Co
1000a ridge between Buffalo Creek and Bingamin adj his own
grants 7/337

Joseph 12/18/1786 Monongalia Co
1000a Mill Creek fork of Buffaloe Creek
grants 7/ 339

William 05/10/1787 Monongalia Co
1000a adj Richard Tenant, Michael Moorer on Stratlers Run branch of Dunkard Creek
grants 9/222

William 11/05/1787 Monongalia Co
1000a adj his own southeast side head of Slab Camp fork of Deckers Creek
grants 14/314

William 01/07/1788 Monongalia Co
2000a Cheat River adj John Overton & Thomas Evans
grants 14/545

William 01/07/1788 Monongalia Co
1000a Adj Thomas Evans & John Overton on Cheat River
grants 15/282

William 01/18/1792 Monongalia CO
300a co-patent John Downer
grants 25/440

1810 Virginia Census

Anderson, Archibald   Monongalia       406  10010-40010-0,3
Anderson, Charles     Monongalia       405  22010-21020-0,0
Anderson, Dan         Monongalia       408  10001-30010-0,0
Anderson, John        Monongalia       406  22010-11011-0,0


I have no further information on these individuals at present, but suspect associations with the Andersons of Frederick County.

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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