Descendants of Joseph Anderson

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

        1.  Joseph3 Anderson  (Rappahanock Basin2, Colonial Virginia1) (Source: Library of Virginia, Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants,  (http://198.17.62.51/collections/LO.html), "Electronic.") was born Bef. 1695, and died Bef. 1745 in Essex County, Virginia.  He married Elizabeth Clayton.  She died Aft. 1745.

 

Notes for Joseph Anderson:

Joseph Anderson 02/24/1730 Essex Co

130a South Farnham Parish adj Clayton & Reuben Welch

Virginia patents 14/150

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: Essex County, Virginia Anderson 

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21 May 1717.  Joseph Anderson witnessed the will of Richard Brasier. 

Source:  Essex County, Virginia, Records, 1717-1719, page 47.

 

15 May 1719.  Joseph Anderson and Zachary Lewis are witnesses in South Farnham Parish to sale of land.

Source:  Essex County, Virginia, Records, 1717-1722, pages 63-66;

 

13-14 Jan 1720/21.  Richard Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, to Joseph Anderson of South Farnham Parish, Essex County.  Lease and release; for 28 pounds sterling.  316 acres in St. Ann's Parish….near William Daniel's plantation…crossing the head of Potabago Swamp…Enoch Doughty's ["Dowty" in release] old line…Emerson's corner…McKenny's corner.  Signed:  Richard Kilpin.  Witnesses:  John (J) Ward, William Harding, John Naylor.  Acted on 28 Jan and recorded 21 Mar 1720/21.

Source:  Records of Essex County, Virginia, 1717-1722, pages 282-285.

 

16 Jan 1720/21.  Joseph Anderson of South Farnham Parish, Essex County, having bought land of Richard Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, 316 acres in St. Ann's Parish 13-14 Jan 1720/21, for natural affection and tender respects that I bear unto my well beloved three sons Joseph Anderson, Thomas Anderson, and Henry Anderson.  All that tract abovementioned after my loving wife's decease Eliza Anderson and mine Joseph Anderson, and not before.  Signed:  Joseph (X) Anderson.  Witnesses:  Benjamin Morris, John Hayes.  

Source: Records of Essex County, Virginia, 1717-1722, pages 285-286.

 

18 Sep 1723.  Bond of Joseph Anderson as executor for William Harding.  Unto John Lomax, Thomas Catlett, Thomas Waring, Lawrence Taliaferro, Gent., justices.  For 100 pounds sterling.  Signed: Joseph (X) Anderson and Thomas Bryan.

Source:  Essex County, Virginia, Wills, Bonds, Inventories, Etc., 1722-1730, page 33.

 

14 Aug 1745.  …land which Thomas Anderson holds in Essex County situated in South Farnham Parish near Piscataway Ferry being a tract of land bought by Joseph Anderson, father of said Thomas Anderson.  Describes Thomas Anderson as a bricklayer in Fairfax County; with wife named Elizabeth.  Also mentions bond with William Smith of Northumberland County, VA.

Source:  Essex County, Virginia Deeds, 1745-1749, pages 14-20.

Note:  The elder Joseph Anderson in Essex County, VA must have died by 1745.  This elder Anderson, born circa 1698-1701, was probably married to a Elizabeth Clayton (she remarried to a Mr. Pendleton).

 

 

Rick Thomas

Alexandria, Virginia

       

Children of Joseph Anderson and Elizabeth Clayton are:

        2                 i.    Joseph4 Anderson, born Bef. 1716.

 

Notes for Joseph Anderson:

: Essex County, Virginia Anderson 

Date: 5/16/03 9:17:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time

From: [email protected]

To: [email protected]

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Patrick,

 

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16 Jan 1720/21.  Joseph Anderson of South Farnham Parish, Essex County, having bought land of Richard Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, 316 acres in St. Ann's Parish 13-14 Jan 1720/21, for natural affection and tender respects that I bear unto my well beloved three sons Joseph Anderson, Thomas Anderson, and Henry Anderson.  All that tract abovementioned after my loving wife's decease Eliza Anderson and mine Joseph Anderson, and not before.  Signed:  Joseph (X) Anderson.  Witnesses:  Benjamin Morris, John Hayes.  

Source: Records of Essex County, Virginia, 1717-1722, pages 285-286.

 

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Rick Thomas

Alexandria, Virginia

 

        3                ii.    Thomas Anderson, born Bef. 1718; died in Fairfax County, Virginia.  He married Elizabeth ?.

 

Notes for Thomas Anderson:

: Essex County, Virginia Anderson 

Date: 5/16/03 9:17:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time

From: [email protected]

To: [email protected]

Sent from the Internet (Details)

 

Patrick,

 

       This may help someone out as it describes the names of the family:

 [snip]

16 Jan 1720/21.  Joseph Anderson of South Farnham Parish, Essex County, having bought land of Richard Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, 316 acres in St. Ann's Parish 13-14 Jan 1720/21, for natural affection and tender respects that I bear unto my well beloved three sons Joseph Anderson, Thomas Anderson, and Henry Anderson.  All that tract abovementioned after my loving wife's decease Eliza Anderson and mine Joseph Anderson, and not before.  Signed:  Joseph (X) Anderson.  Witnesses:  Benjamin Morris, John Hayes.  

Source: Records of Essex County, Virginia, 1717-1722, pages 285-286.

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14 Aug 1745.  …land which Thomas Anderson holds in Essex County situated in South Farnham Parish near Piscataway Ferry being a tract of land bought by Joseph Anderson, father of said Thomas Anderson.  Describes Thomas Anderson as a bricklayer in Fairfax County; with wife named Elizabeth.  Also mentions bond with William Smith of Northumberland County, VA.

Source:  Essex County, Virginia Deeds, 1745-1749, pages 14-20.

Note:  The elder Joseph Anderson in Essex County, VA must have died by 1745.  This elder Anderson, born circa 1698-1701, was probably married to a Elizabeth Clayton (she remarried to a Mr. Pendleton).

 

 

Rick Thomas

Alexandria, Virginia

 

        4               iii.    Henry Anderson, born Bef. 1720.

 

Notes for Henry Anderson:

: Essex County, Virginia Anderson 

Date: 5/16/03 9:17:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time

From: [email protected]

To: [email protected]

Sent from the Internet (Details)

 

Patrick,

 

       This may help someone out as it describes the names of the family:

[snip]

 

16 Jan 1720/21.  Joseph Anderson of South Farnham Parish, Essex County, having bought land of Richard Kilpin of Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, 316 acres in St. Ann's Parish 13-14 Jan 1720/21, for natural affection and tender respects that I bear unto my well beloved three sons Joseph Anderson, Thomas Anderson, and Henry Anderson.  All that tract abovementioned after my loving wife's decease Eliza Anderson and mine Joseph Anderson, and not before.  Signed:  Joseph (X) Anderson.  Witnesses:  Benjamin Morris, John Hayes.  

Source: Records of Essex County, Virginia, 1717-1722, pages 285-286.

 

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Rick Thomas

Alexandria, Virginia

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researchers should evaluate whether Henry Anderson moved to Hanover County

 

1763 TITHABLES:

Bartlett Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 150

David Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 1244

Benjamin Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 150

Thomas Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 335 acres

Sarah Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 210 "

Henry Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 201

Nelson Anderson Hanover Co 1763 672

Pouncey Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 1114

Richard Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 200

Robert Anderson Hanover Co. 1763 721 & 213