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King, Harriet (I460)
 
102 10 years of age when his father died - may have been raised by the Winthrop family.
Left the Massachusetts Bay Colony group at age 17 to join John Winthrop Jr. to go to Connecticut and start Saybrook at the mouth of the Connecticut River.
The exodus from Massachusetts Bay began late in the month of October 1637, when frost and snow flurries were projecting an early coming of winter. With oxen for --- and beast of burden, and cows for the production of food, these emigrants made ther way on foo through the pathless woods of a hundred miles or more. At the end of a wearisome journey of a month;s duration, in show, and found the river frozen so hard that a scout sent ahead with supplies could not find it.
John Gager was involved in the Pequots Wars that killed over 500 members of Chief Sassacus who was leading his 26 tribes against the English people of the area. He was given 200 acres of land near New London which he moved to about 1647, where the first 5-6 of his children were born. He then moved to Norwich and was one of the founding fathers of the town in 1660. He kept his ranch of 200 acres but sold it in 1696.

Winthrop Group 1630.
Gage, John prob of Polstead, Suffolk to Boston
Gage, Mrs. Amy
Gager, William of Suffolk, surgeon to Charlestown 
Gager, John (I1631)
 
103 10. ELIZABETH3 POOR (THOMAS POOR2 (IV), THOMAS POORE1 (III))197,198,199 was born Abt. 1744 in Middlesex Co., Virginia200. She married ZACHARIAH HADEN 27 Jan 1763 in Goochland Co., Virginia201,202. He died Abt. 1792 in St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia203.

Notes for ELIZABETH POOR:
8 Mar 1798: Named as Elizabeth Haden, a surviving heir to the estate of Thomas Poore IV (father) and receives a distributive share of 15 pounds 10 shillings.

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH POOR and ZACHARIAH HADEN:
Reprinted in William & Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Oct., 1898), p. 102 reports the following information found in the St. James Northam Vestry Book:
"January 27, 1763. Zachariah Haden to Elizabeth Poor, daughter of Thomas Poor; sec. Obediah Daniel; witn. Val. Wood; affidavits that both are upwards of 21."

The Douglas Register has the following record in Section 3: Marriages, Pg. 24:
"Haden, Zachariah, & Elizabeth Poor, both of this parish 1763, Jan: 27 p.7."
[Source [W-27]\

More About ZACHARIAH HADEN and ELIZABETH POOR:
Marriage: 27 Jan 1763, Goochland Co., Virginia204,205
     
Children of ELIZABETH POOR and ZACHARIAH HADEN are:
 
i.
 
ROBERT4 HADEN, b. 10 Aug 1765, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia206.
 
More About ROBERT HADEN:
Baptism: 16 Jul 1767, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia206

 
ii.
 
THOMAS POOR HADEN, b. 16 Jun 1769, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia206.
 
More About THOMAS POOR HADEN:
Baptism: 03 Nov 1769, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia207

 
iii.
 
SUSANNAH HADEN, b. 29 Sep 1768, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia208.
 
More About SUSANNAH HADEN:
Baptism: 03 Nov 1768, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia208

 
iv.
 
ELIZABETH HADEN, b. 18 Jun 1773, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia208.
 
More About ELIZABETH HADEN:
Baptism: 25 Jul 1773, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia208

 
v.
 
JESSE HADEN, b. 06 Sep 1776, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia208.
 
More About JESSE HADEN:
Baptism: 23 Oct 1776, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia208


found on lin FamilyTreeMaker 2012. 
Poore, Elizabeth (Betty) (I3125)
 
104 11 children Thompson, Elizabeth (I2227)
 
105 11 children Post, Margaret (I2883)
 
106 12. RICHARD10 LANE (JESSE (SEN.)9, JOSEPH (JR)8, JOSEPH7, THOMAS6, JONATHAN5, THOMAS4, JOHN3, FRANCIS2, JOHN1) was born February 09, 1759 in WAKE CO., GA, and died 1793 in OGLETHORP CO., GA. He married MARY "POLLY" FLINT.

Children of RICHARD LANE and MARY FLINT are:
25. i. MARY11 LANE.
ii. SAMUEL (REV) LANE.
iii. HENRY LANE.
iv. JOEL LANE.
v. RICHARD (REV.) QUINNEY LANE.

Notes for RICHARD (REV.) QUINNEY LANE:
Reverend Richard Quinney Lane and his older brother Samuel lane were Methodist ministers. Jesse Lane, their grandfather, was converted to Methodism by Rev. Majors and Rev. Humphreys in Wilkes Co., Ga. soon after the family’s arrival there in 1784. He was responsible for the building of one of the very first Methodist churches in Georgia, in 1787. Richard Quinney Lane was born in 1793 after July 6, when his father wrote his last will and testament in which he stated "my dear wife Mary is now great with child", "be it son or daughter, it have an equal part and interest."

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/i/l/Michele-H-Mills/GENE3-000 6.html 
Lane, Richard (I2037)
 
107 13 jan 1684, Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts Bridges, Edmund (Edward) (I1891)
 
108 13 Jan 1709 James & Mary Smallwood to gift to John Frazer (Mary's natural daughter (previous marriage?) of Rolen Plantation. Smallwood I, James (I1658)
 
109 13 kids Jones, Julia Ann (I2043)
 
110 13 kids Shuck, Elizabeth (I1032)
 
111 13. CAROLINE AYCOCK10 LANE (JESSE (SEN.)9, JOSEPH (JR)8, JOSEPH7, THOMAS6, JONATHAN5, THOMAS4, JOHN3, FRANCIS2, JOHN1) was born May 26, 1761, and died December 24, 1824. She married (1) DAVID LOWRY 1781. He was born 1758, and died September 16, 1787. She married (2) GEORGE CHARLES SWAIN December 02, 1788 in Oglethorpe Co., Ga, son of SAMUEL SWAIN and FREELOVE GEORGE. He was born June 17, 1763, and died December 24, 1829.

Children of CAROLINE LANE and DAVID LOWRY are:
i. MARY11 LOWRY, b. November 25, 1781; d. October 25, 1819; m. UNK HANSON.
26. ii. JAMES LOWRY, b. March 09, 1783.
iii. CHARLES LOWRY, b. November 24, 1784.
iv. PATIENCE LOWRY, b. July 08, 1787; d. August 16, 1867; m. UNK ERWIN.


Children of CAROLINE LANE and GEORGE SWAIN are:
v. CAROLINE11 SWAIN, b. November 22, 1789, Wilkes Co., GA; d. September 15, 1792.
vi. CYNTHIS SWAIN, b. February 11, 1791, Wilkes Co., GA; d. March 29, 1829; m. WILLIAM COLEMAN.
vii. GEORGE SWAIN, b. August 30, 1792, Wilkes Co., GA; d. January 07, 1877; m. FRANCES TAYLOR, December 24, 1822.
viii. CAROLINE SWAIN, b. August 10, 1795, Wilkes Co., GA; d. February 18, 1828; m. JOHN HALL, January 25, 1819, Wilkes Co., GA.
ix. MATILDA SWAIN, b. April 15, 1797, Buncombe Co., NC; d. November 05, 1858; m. JACOB SLIER, February 08, 1822.
27. x. ALTHEA SWAIN, b. December 28, 1798, Buncombe Co., NC; d. March 06, 1846.
xi. DAVID (GOV) LOWRY SWAIN, b. January 04, 1801; d. August 27, 1868; m. ELEANOR HOPE WHITE.

Notes for DAVID (GOV) LOWRY SWAIN:
Swain, David Lowry (1801-1868) Grandnephew of Joel Lane; cousin of Joseph Lane; granduncle of James Lowry Robinson. Born near Asheville, N.C., January 4, 1801. Governor of North Carolina, 1832-35. Died August 27, 1868. Interment at Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, N.C.

xii. MARY " POLLY " SWAIN, b. April 18, 1803, Buncombe Co., NC.; d. March 18, 1829. 
Lane, Caroline Aycock (I2039)
 
112 14 Jan 1667 Deed of Gift from Thomas Allanson, Gent, to Richard Harrison son of Joseph Harrison; Capt Robert TROOP paid 3,000# of tobacco to Thomas Allanson for 150 acres of land called French Lewis which TROOP devised in his will to Richard Harrison; /s/ Thomas Allanson wit etc. from CHARLES COUNTY COURT& LAND RECORDS VOL II PG 18. Troope, Elizabeth (I461)
 
113 14 Sep 1841, in Barren Co,KY,6 Charles Tarpley PEDIGO, b. 28 Dec 1820, Barren Co, KY, (son of John P."Major/Colonel"PEDIGO and Sarah Bishop "Sally" OLDHAM) Ref # 136-162, d. 6 Feb 1905, Buried:
Wisdom, Metcalfe
Co, KY. Matilda died 31 Jul 1916, Metcalfe Co, KY, Buried: Wisdom, Metcalfe
Co, KY. 
Pedigo, Charles Tarpley (I918)
 
114 15 apr 1837 Wilkerson, Caroline (Margaret) (I1043)
 
115 15 JAN 1882 Black Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marlow, Jefferson Co, IL Wilkerson, Andrew Jackson (Jack) (I25)
 
116 1508 Lowthrop, Robert (I4358)
 
117 16 DeMoss, William (I3798)
 
118 1600 St. Giles, Northants, England Harrison, Benjamin (I2243)
 
119 1600 Stockport, England Hyde, William (I1604)
 
120 1609 Trott, Hester (I1605)
 
121 1610 Molineau (Molyneux), Eleanor (I3865)
 
122 1613 Arrival Virginia
Mention in a deed in 1655 in Charles City Va. 
Clay, John Thomas (I1170)
 
123 1615 Hubbard, Mary / Margaret (I2264)
 
124 1618 Cleasby, Yorkshire, England Robinson, John (I3906)
 
125 1620 Kirk Deighton, Riding, York, England or 1619 France or Stanton, Lincolnshire, England Wright, Mary (I2760)
 
126 1620 Plymouth Fuller, Edward (I2803)
 
127 1630 Potter, Elizabeth (I3907)
 
128 1633 House (Howse)(Howes), Hannah (I1622)
 
129 1635 Clark, John Esq. (I2419)
 
130 1635 Scituate by Captain Standige Emerson, John (I2804)
 
131 1636, 1643 Evans, Hester (I466)
 
132 1637 MacAorghusa, Mairead (I4281)
 
133 1638 Lynn Ma. Parker, Hananiah (I2775)
 
134 1640 Parker, John (I2776)
 
135 1641 Armistead, Colonel John (I797)
 
136 1647 1669 Abell, Joshua (I1524)
 
137 1651 Hartford Bliss, Thomas (I1537)
 
138 1659 Cary, John (I4006)
 
139 1660 Lawrence, Ann (I2431)
 
140 1673 Cotton, Frances (I1710)
 
141 1673 Gager, Bethiah (I1629)
 
142 1674- he was a witness in a case between Thomas Bradley & Adam Robinson.
1673 Thomas Allanson acknowledged conveyance of land to John Posey May 28 1673 parcel of land called "St. John" of 200 acres.
John Posey married Sussanah Belanie
1679 Jan deed from Nicholas Balain of charles Co Maryland to his brother-in-law John Posey for love and affection, land called "Belaine's Hill' on west side of Potomac River 300 acres, of which 100 acres lies to the east side of Williem Ward's land.


IN Wiccocomico
"On 13 march 1665....Thomas Allanson and wife Mary conv. 200a of St. John's (patented to Allanson) to John Posey (CHLR E#1:112). found ancestry.com Jan 20,2012.

13 Jan 1690 Estate of John Posey by widow Susanna Posey (now) Susana Austin. Dist to kids - Susanna Phillp wife of Edward Philpoh , Elizabeth Posey, Mary, Jane, humphrey, John Posey children of deceased. Charles County Court & Land record .

Francis Posey immigrated 1640 to Maryland, Liber ABH, Folio 12,42 
Posey I, John (I456)
 
143 1676 Woburn, Mass Tidd, Mary (I1811)
 
144 1678 on other record Gill, Edward (I1138)
 
145 1679 Flood, Jane (I2247)
 
146 1681 Poore, Thomas Jr (I644)
 
147 1681 Family F1308
 
148 1685 Robinson, Frances (I2316)
 
149 1691 Potter, Elizabeth (I3907)
 
150 1693 Evans, Hester (I466)
 
151 17 Feb 1717, Gift from Mary Posey widow to her son Benjamin P cattle, Francis Posey cattle. Belayne Posey cattle. Posey cousin, Benjamin (I4553)
 
152 17. SIMEON10 LANE (JESSE (SEN.)9, JOSEPH (JR)8, JOSEPH7, THOMAS6, JONATHAN5, THOMAS4, JOHN3, FRANCIS2, JOHN1) was born March 10, 1771 in Wake, NC, and died 1853 in Walker, AL. He married JUDITH HUMPHREYS Abt. 1797, daughter of URIAH HUMPHREY. She was born 1775 in Botetourt Co., Va..

Children of SIMEON LANE and JUDITH HUMPHREYS are:
i. URIAH HUMPHREYS11 LANE.
32. ii. ALFRED G. LANE.
iii. JOSEPH LANE.
iv. JESSE LANE.
v. HENRY W. LANE.
vi. JAMES LANE.
vii. SIMON D. LANE.
viii. CHARLES LANE.
ix. WILLIAM LANE.
33. x. JOHN MADISON LANE, b. 1805; d. 1879. 
Lane, Simeon (I2044)
 
153 1701 Clairbourne, Miss/Ann (I2229)
 
154 1703 Armistead, Colonel John (I797)
 
155 1706 Northumberland Co Va. "Certificate is granated to Capt Eskridge for the impotac of 21 person into this country for 1050 acreas of land:
roger Reeves, Charles Morehead, JAne SHirley, JOHN POORE,James Russell, Samuel Ball, John Walker ..... Francis Wheeler ( who could be this person? or wife of Thmas Wheeler?) 
Wheeler, Francis (I1746)
 
156 1712 Family F1179
 
157 1720 Posey III, Captain John (I3147)
 
158 1730 Charles York Virginia Chapman, John (I888)
 
159 1730's Corbin, William (I1137)
 
160 1730, 1735, 1742 Lathrop, Azel (I875)
 
161 1730/ Alsace, Berk, Pennsylvania Spengel, Catrina (I982)
 
162 1735 immigrated to America

At 23 married the daughter of the parish vicar.
Inheritance of "The Mylls called Ripond"

Manufacture of wollen fabrics, largely broadcloths and kerseymeres (a fine woolen fabric with a close nap made in fancy twill weaves). Superior quality gave Mylls a reputation. Still running today and sell to Vienna and noted for quality. He was a London merchant. 
Coggswell, John (I2226)
 
163 1738 in woodstock, Conn Griggs, Ichabod (I1314)
 
164 1751 at Bushy Park, VA, 1744 Churchill, Betsy (Betty)(Elizabeth) (I358)
 
165 1752 Sarah (Salome) (I658)
 
166 1756 May Abraham Poor appointed Grand Jury Goochland Va .
1756 Nov Abraham and Robert Poo on a jury Goochland Va.
1757 Nov Abraham on grand jury Goochland Va.
1759 Abraham appeared as a witness for Zachariah Williams & wife Mary. (Mary's parents were Thomas Poor Jr.).
1762 Abraham served on jury
1765 Abraham acts for security for Mary Williams.
1768 Abraham comes to court as witness.
1773 Abraham paid for being a witness for 7 days.
1774 Abraham and others appointed to make inventory of estate of Wm Trice.
ABRHAM POOR is listed in the wills and inventories probat for the Poors in Virginia between 1779 and 1799. in Goochland Co Va. will 1792. Also in the Virginia Tax Papers 1782-1787 include Abraham Poor, Goochland County (2 slaves).
1774 ABRAHAM & THOMAS POOR & 2 other appointed by court to inventory estate of Wm Trice.Goochland Co Va. 1778 a case between Wm Britt & Abraham Poor Goochland
There is also a THOMAS POOR Goochland (9 slaves) and ROBIN POOR Goochland (11 slaves) .
There are VirginiaTax Papers 1782-1787 for JOHN POOR, THOMAS POOR, ROBIN POOR as well as ABRAHAM POOR all of Goochland County Va. Taken from Torrence, Virginia Wills and Administrators, 1632-1800, 1978 p. 339. ABRAM, THOMAS ROBERT THOMAS all donated to the war effort.
Do Not believe that Thomas or Abraham were from Andover Mass. Looked at Poor family in Andover library Daniel Poor was the person who came in the 1600's. There was an Abraham, Thomas and later and Ebenezer, but not our line.

They lived on the LITTLE BYRD CREEK in Goochland Co Virginia. Valentine Papers Vol 4 2459index.
ABRHAM POOR is listed in the wills and inventories probat for the Poors in Virginia between 1779 and 1799. in Goochland Co Va. will 1792. Also in the Virginia Tax Papers 1782-1787 include Abraham Poor, Goochland County (2 slaves).
1774 ABRAHAM & THOMAS POOR & 2 other appointed by court to inventory estate of Wm Trice.Goochland Co Va. 1778 a case between Wm Britt & Abraham Poor Goochland
There is also a THOMAS POOR Goochland (9 slaves) and ROBIN POOR Goochland (11 slaves) .
There are VirginiaTax Papers 1782-1787 for JOHN POOR, THOMAS POOR, ROBIN POOR as well as ABRAHAM POOR all of Goochland County Va. Taken from Torrence, Virginia Wills and Administrators, 1632-1800, 1978 p. 339. ABRAM, THOMAS ROBERT THOMAS all donated to the war effort.
Do Not believe that Thomas or Abraham were from Andover Mass. Looked at Poor family in Andover library Daniel Poor was the person who came in the 1600's. There was an Abraham, Thomas and later and Ebenezer, but not our line.

From: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/z/i/e/Lori-Zierden-CA/GENE4-0002.html

Will of Abraham Poore, written 18 Sep 1786. Goochalnd County Deed Book 16, Pg. 43:
In the name of God amen I Abraham Poore of Goochland County Planter doe[sic] make this my last will & Testament in manner and form following--
Imprimes I return my Soul to Allmight[sic] God who gave it me hoping through the merits of my Redeemer Christ Jesus to obtain pardon & remission for my sins and my Body to the Earth to be decently Burryed[sic] without any hint of Funeral pomp or Solemnity other than the prayers of the Nationel[sic] Church of which I have been always a member.
Item I lend to my well beloved wife Judith Poore for and during her natural Life the Plantation whereon I now live with all the appertunances[sic] thereunto belonging Containing Two hundred Acres of Land be the same more of less also two negro men Slaves one named Cupid the other named Dick . Together with all my Stocks of Horses Cattle Hogs Livery other kind whatever as also all my Household Furniture of every kind and sort whatever and what crops of Grain and Tobacco may be on the said plantation for the Support of my said wife & unmarried children.
Item my will & desire is that at the Death of my said Wife Judith Poore that all my said lands Negros Stocks of every Kind & sort as also all my Household furniture of every sort & kind then may be sold by my Executors hereafter named and the money to be equally divided amongst all my children or their legal representatives hereafter named Mary Barker, John Poore, Mildred Poore, Thomas Poore, Kessiah Whood, Salley Poore, Robert Poore, James Poore, Gardner Poore, & Lucy Poore.
Item my will & desire is that all my Just Debts be first paid by my Executors and that John Poore be charged with the sum of Fifty shillings out of his part of the said Estate. Mary Barker and & Kessiah Whood each the sum of three pounds out of there parts of the said Estate. Thomas Poore fifty Shillings out of his part of the said Estate.
Item I do hereby constitute and appoint my Two sons John & Robert Poores sole Executors of this my last will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made by word or writing & do hereby publish and declare this my Lat will and Testement[sic] Witness my Hand & Seal this 18th day of September 1786.
Seald & Published in presence of J. Hopkins, Charles Kerr
his
Abraham X Poore SEAL\\ (Have a copy of this will) Have summary from The Library of Virginia Wills/Admlinistration Poore, Abraham Goochland County Wills 1728-1800).
mark
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At a Court held for Goochland County the 18 day of July 1791 - This writing was presented in Court and proved by the Oath of John Hopkins, Gent to be the last will and Testament of Abraham Poore deceased which was continued for further proof. teste W Miller CC
Abraham contribed to Revolutionary War effort with goods & sundries to the State Militia & Continental Line.:250#s beef, 1gun, 20# bacon, 4 bu wheat & transport and again 4 bu wheat & transportation. "from Virginia Publick Claims: Goochland Co.

Inventoryincludes: 1 Negro man Tuck, 1Negro man Cupet, 12 head cattle, 1 horse parcel of plantation, tools, 1 grind stone, parcel of pewter, 1 dutchoven,frying pan, Plough harnes, water vessel furniture 3 listings 1 cotton wheel, 1 linen wheel, 2 knives, 1 safe, pair flat irons, case knives & forks, 2 jugs, 1 spice morter, 2 tables, 1 walnut chest, 1 pine chest, parcell of old books, 1 butter pot, half dozen chairs value 161.16.

Poore family marriages from Family Data Collection on Goochland Va. ancestry.com Marriages and births of their children from Douglas Register in Poore Family file.

Keziah Poor-James Hood Goochland, VA 29 Sep 1758

Robert Poor-Elizabeth Mims Goochland,Va 18 Jun 1763

Abraham Poor-Judith Gardener Goochland, VA1725


Thomas Poor-Frances Mathews Goochland, VA 20 Mar 1756


Sally Poor Goochland, VA20 Feb 1761-1806

Robert Poor-Elizabeth Mims Goochland, VA 18 Jun 1763
 
Feb 1 1788 - Thomas Poor in Goochland died a worthy good man . From Douglas Register goochland Hist Soc. Pg 343 2012
Notes for ABRAHAM POOR:
9 Oct 1744 Abraham was a witness to a deed of conveyance from Thomas (III) Poor, his father, to Thomas & Elizabeth Poor, his brother & sister-in-law.
9 Oct 1744 - Goochland County Deed Book 4, pp 434-435:
"Thomas POOR, SR. of HANOVER County for love and affection to loving son Thomas Poor, Jr. and wife Elizabeth of Goochland County... 200 acres in Goochland on north side of James River bounded by James George's land, Arthur Hopkins. Dated 9 October 1744. Witnesses: James George, Abraham Poor, Robert Estes, Jr. 16 Oct. 1744, Thomas Poor, Sr. acknowledged this deed which was ordered recorded. Susannah, his wife, privately examined, relinquished her right of dower in land." Source [L-05]\\

Per Edna Barney's website, Neddy's Nook on the Net, she has the following listed for Abraham in his role in the Revolutionary War:
"On 2 August 1777, Abram Poore signed the Goochland County, Virginia Oath of Allegiance. his name being number 18 on the list of W. Harrison, from the Ann Waller Reddy Collection, box B, file 2, FC, "List of Oaths of Allegiance," at the DAR Library. Abraham Poor contributed 4 bushels of wheat and carriage to the Revolutionary cause, from Virginia Publick Claims, page 5, Goochland County, Virginia List 1, 1780-1781. He provided 1 peck of cornmeal, 76 pounds of pork, 72 pounds of bacon, 1 pound of salt, 1 large bullock and 275 pounds of beef for Continental and State use, recorded in Goochland County. Virginia Court Booklet dated 19 March 1782. He again gave 250 pounds of beef and one gun for State use."

Abraham contributed to the Revolutionary War effort with goods & sundries to the State Militia and Continental Line. The publication Virginia 'Publick' Claims: Goochland County, Transcribed by Janice L. Abercrombie & Richard Slatten from the original Revolutionary Claims at the Library of Virginia & published by Iberian Publishing Co. of Athens, GA reports the following:
Pg. 1, Goochland Court Booklet, A Court of Publick Claims held for Goochland County 19 March
1782...The Continent & the State of Virginia are made Dr. to Sundry persons for the following articles
Viz: Abraham Poor for 250# beef L3-2-6 State, [value of 3 pounds-2 shillings-6 pence for State Militia
use]; 1 gun L1 State. [value of 1 pound for State use]
Pg. 9: Abraham Poor for 20# bacon L1 Cont. [value of 1 pound for Continental Line use]
Pg. 28: Abraham Poore for 4 bu wheat & carriage.
Pg. 33: Abram Poore 4 bu wheat & carriage
[In these passages, 'carriage' means the transportation or delivery of goods]

From 1759-1771 Thomas served St. James Parish, Goochland, Virginia as a processioner of land boundaries. Found in the St. James Northam Parish Vestry Book 1744-1850 are the following entries:
Vestry Entry: 22 Oct 1759, Pg. 34: "John Page, Sr. and Abraham Poor lands that Thomas Poor and William Swift did in 1755" [Thomas Poor is the brother of Abraham]
Vestry Entry: 26 Feb 1764, Pg. 40: "Abram Poor and Robert Page"
Vestry Entry: 31 Aug 1767, Pg. 47: "Thomas Poor and William Swift where Robert Page and Abraham
Poor did in 1764." [Thomas Poor is the brother of Abraham]
Vestry Entry: 31 Dec 1771, Pg. 55: "Abraham Poor and Robert Page lands that Thomas Poor and William Swift last did." [Thomas Poor is the brother of Abraham]
Source: [L-06]\\
Side Note: When I found these records I had no idea what a 'processioner' was. The following was found at thinkexist.com/dictionary:
Processioner, 3. (n.) An officer appointed to procession lands
Procession, 6. (v.t.) To ascertain, mark, and establish the boundary lines of, as lands
Source: [MI-02]\\

Will of Abraham Poore, written 18 Sep 1786. Goochalnd County Deed Book 16, Pg. 43:
In the name of God amen I Abraham Poore of Goochland County Planter doe[sic] make this my last will & Testament in manner and form following--
Imprimes I return my Soul to Allmight[sic] God who gave it me hoping through the merits of my Redeemer Christ Jesus to obtain pardon & remission for my sins and my Body to the Earth to be decently Burryed[sic] without any hint of Funeral pomp or Solemnity other than the prayers of the Nationel[sic] Church of which I have been always a member.
Item I lend to my well beloved wife Judith Poore for and during her natural Life the Plantation whereon I now live with all the appertunances[sic] thereunto belonging Containing Two hundred Acres of Land be the same more of less also two negro men Slaves one named Cupid the other Named Dick Together with all my Stocks of Horses Cattle Hogs Livery other kind whatever as also all my Household Furniture of every kind and sort whatever and what crops of Grain and Tobacco may be on the said plantation for the Support of my said wife & unmarried Children.
Item my will & desire is that at the Death of my said Wife Judith Poore that all my said lands Negros Stocks of every Kind & sort as also all my Household furniture of every sort & kind then may be sold by my Executors hereafter named and the money to be equally divided amongst all my children or their legal representatives hereafter named Mary Barker, John Poore, Mildred Poore, Thomas Poore, Kessiah Whood, Salley Poore, Robert Poore, James Poore, Gardner Poore, & Lucy Poore.
Item my will & desire is that all my Just Debts be first paid by my Executors and that John Poore be charged with the sum of Fifty shillings out of his part of the said Estate. Mary Barker and & Kessiah Whood each the sum of three pounds out of there parts of the said Estate. Thomas Poore fifty Shillings out of his part of the said Estate.
Item I do hereby constitute and appoint my Two sons John & Robert Poores sole Executors of this my last will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made by word or writing & do hereby publish and declare this my Lat will and Testement[sic] Witness my Hand & Seal this 18th day of September 1786.
Seald & Published in presence of J. Hopkins, Charles Kerr
his
Abraham X Poore SEAL\\
mark
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At a Court held for Goochland County the 18 day of July 1791 -
This writing was presented in Court and proved by the Oath of John Hopkins, Gent to be the last will and Testament of Abraham Poore Deceased which was continued for further proof.
teste W Miller CC
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At a Court held for Goochland County the 16th day of January 1792 -
This writing was farther[sic] and fully proved by the Oath of Charles Kerr to be the last will and Testament of Abraham Poor Deceased which was ordered to be recorded.
Teste W Miller Clk
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At a Court of Quarter Sessions held for Goochland County at the Courthouse on Monday the 19th of March 1792 -
On the motion of Robert Poor (one of the Executors of the last will and Testament of Abraham Poor dec'd) who made Oath according to Law and entered into Bond with John Hopkins Gent't his Security in penalty of one thousand pounds probat[sic] thereof was granted him on due form with leave for the other executor to come in hereafter.
Teste W Miller Clk

1789 Virginia Tax List for Goochland County reports the following:
1789 Apr 22:
Name chargeable with Tithe: Abraham Poor
Name of other male tithes over 21 years old: William G. Poor
Males over 16 years old and under 21: 1
No of Whites: 1
Blacks over 16 years old: 2
Horses, Mares, etc.: 1
Total amount of Taxes: 1,,2,, 1 pound 2 shillings]\

More About ABRAHAM POOR:
Military service: 02 Aug 1777, Signed the Oath of Allegiance at Goochland Co., Virginia25
Religion: Member of the National Church26
Residence: 1789, Goochland Co., Virginia27
Will: 18 Sep 1786, Written & Signed28

Notes for JUDITH GARDENER:
Judith is named the "my well beloved wife" in the will of Abraham Poore, 1786. Upon his death she is to receive to use during "her natural Life" the plantation and land containing 200 acres, 2 male negro Slaves - Cupid & Dick, all horses, cattle, hogs, & livery, all household furniture, and all crops of grain & tobacco.

More About ABRAHAM POOR and JUDITH GARDENER:
Marriage: 19 Apr 1751, Goochland Co., Virginia
     
Children of ABRAHAM POOR and JUDITH GARDENER are:
6.
i.
 
JOHN3 POOR, b. Abt. 1748, Goochland Co., Virginia; d. 27 Mar 1834, Buckingham Co., Virginia.
7.
ii.
 
MARY POOR, b. Abt. 1753, Goochland Co., Virginia.
 
iii.
 
MILDRED POOR28,29, b. Abt. 1755, Goochland Co., Virginia.
 
Notes for MILDRED POOR:
Named as Mildred Poore in the will of Abraham Poore (father) to receive upon the death of Judith (mother) as described in the will:
all Lands, Negros, Stocks, Household furniture to be sold and after all debts paid the balance to be equally divided between all children Mary Barker, John Poore, Mildred Poore, Thomas Poore, Kessiah Whood, Salley Poore, Robert Poore, James Poore, Gardner Poore, & Lucy Poore.

 
iv.
 
THOMAS POOR30,31, b. 20 Mar 1755, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland Co., Virginia32,33; m. FRANCES MATHEWS34, 08 Mar 1785, Goochland Co., Virginia35,36.
 
Notes for THOMAS POOR:
The Douglas Register, Section 9 Births & Baptisms, Pg. 276 reports the following:
"Abraham Poor & Judah Gardener as son born Mar: 20 named Thomas. Baptized 1756 Ap: 19. p. 48"

Thomas filed for a pension for his service as a soldier of the Revolutionary War 19 Aug 1833 in Goochland Co., Virginia. Following is his sworn declaration of facts to support his claim:
Pg. 3-5
State of Virginia            \
Goochland County      ss.\
                        On the 19th day of August 1833, personally app =eared in open Court before the court of County aforesaid now sitting Thomas Poor, a resident of the said County and State, aged Seventy eight years who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefits of the act of Congress, passed Jun 7, 1833
      That having served in the Regular and Militia service both, he will set forth his services in the order in which they were tendered – that in August 1777 he was drafted from the millitia[sic] of the county of Cumberland and was a private in the company of Allen or Wilson, he does not recollect which marched in his Company to Williamsburg, then to Hampton and then back to Wms’Burg and was discharged having served two months that he saw the [undecipherable] shiping[sic] on the Bay, but was in a battle does not remember his Colonel nor any regular troops and that he saw Henry then Genl That in February 1778 he then living in the county of Goochland enlisted at the court House of the county with Capt Morris the 9th Regiment as sergeant for one year – marched North immediately – was inseculated with the smal[sic] pox at Dunifrees and had the disease at Alexandria – and joined the continental army at Valley Forge in the latter part of March – Col. Ball commanded the 9th Va Regiment but this having been much cut up at Brandywine and Germantown was soon broken up and he was attached to the 1st Va regiment that he was in Muhlenburg’s Brigade, he cannot recollect the Cols or Majors name but Kendal was Captain and Steele Lieutenant that the length of time has obliterated from his memory many of the officers names, but he can remember Genl Washington distinctly and Genl Muhlenburg that the army marched from the Valey[sic] forge[sic] in June and pursued the enemy – had a battle at Monmouth in the latter part of the same month, but he was sick and was not present – joined the army again and marched to the white Plains and then to West Point where the Regiment stationed stationed[sic] for a month perhaps – again crossed the North River and marched to MiddleBrook and BondBrook in the Jerseys where the army took up winter quarters, and he was discharged in Jan’y and was marched back in a company of Capt Payne – and reached home in the end of Feb’r – That immediately on his return he substit =uted himself but cannot recollect for whom, and marched as private from the same county, in the company of Militia under Capt Card to the albemarle[sic] Barraches[sic] – served two months at that place in guarding the Prisoners of War and was discharged – And in the latter part of the same year he again substituted himself but cannot recolect[sic] the person for whom, and marched a private in the Goochland Militia under Captain Richardson to the same place and served the same length of time in the same occupation, and was discharged. Col Taylor commanded at the Barracks and there were some state troops there – Fontaine was [decipherable] Col. – That was the spring of the year 1781 when Cornwallis invaded the state he was drafted and marched from the county of Goochland as Sargeant[sic] in the company of Militia from that county under Capt Miller – rendezevous at Richmond and was put under Col Pleasants – remained at Richmond some days, and while there the enemy came to Manchester and burned the row houses at Richmond Genl Lafayette found them his army and encamped at the Ropeworks from Richmond the regiment under Pleasants marched down the river and at Cooke’s he saw the enemy take the shiping[sic] and blowup the vessels – Marched down the river and at a place called Cedarpoint[sic] one of the enemies ships had run aground and a British deserter informing Col. Pleasants that if he would attack it with a chosen party he would be able to take it the Cols detached Sixty men with him to attack it – They marched down to the beach and forced thier[sic] muskets at the vessel which returned the fire with artillery and small arms – and after firing several rounds he received a musket Ball in his thigh which disabled him – The party having retreated he was compelled to scramble through the Brush for fifty yards and met a comrade named Morton who assisted him off the fields. He was put under the care of the surgeon and sent off to Richmond then to the slash Church in Hanover and then home and that in this town he was in services at least one and a half months – that in consideration of his wound he has for some years received a pension of forty Dollars per annum, but concerned that this should not bar his present claim – That he never received a writen[sic] discharge nor had his sergeants [undecipherable] either time and that he had no documentary evidence – That he can prove some part of his Military service by John Martin and William Busby and [remainder of line undecipherable] procure no testimony and that he refers to Revs Lewis Chaudorn and Archd Bryan for his character and the reputation of him having been a soldier of the Revolution – He hereby relinquishes every claim whatsoever to any future pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension rolls of the agency of any other state than the state of Virginia.
To Question 1st he replies in Goochland Va 20th March 1755
To Question 2d I have my Fathers family register
To Question 3d When first called into serviced I lived in Cumberland county Va when called out at other
times I lived in this city and have lived in this county ever since the Revolutionary War.
To Question 4th I was drafted the first and last time. I enlisted once, and substituted myself twice but
cannot recollect for whom.
To Question 5th This Question was answered to the satisfaction of the Court.
To Question 6th I never received a discharge in writing
To Question 7th Lewis Chaudorn and Arcd Bryan Esq
      Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.
his
Thomas X Poor
Mark
We Lewis Chaudorn a Clergyman residing in the said County of Goochland and Archd Bryan residing in the same hereby certify that we are well acquainted with Thomas Poor who has subscribed and
[Remainder of document is missing]

Named in the will of Abraham Poore (father) to receive upon the death of Judith (mother) as described in the will:
all Lands, Negros, Stocks, Household furniture to be sold and after all debts paid the balance to be equally divided between all children Mary Barker, John Poore, Mildred Poore, Thomas Poore, Kessiah Whood, Salley Poore, Robert Poore, James Poore, Gardner Poore, & Lucy Poore. A deduction of 50 Shillings is to be made from Thomas' share of the estate.

1789 Virginia Tax List for Goochland County reports the following:
March 21
Name chargeable with Taxes: Thomas Poor (Son of Abram)
Column 1, No heading: 1 [males over 21 years old]
Horses, Mares, etc.: 2
Total amount of Taxes: ,,4,, [4 shillings]

1790 CENSUS No listing in Goochland Virginia.

1802 Virginia Tax List for Goochland County reports the following:
No month/day reported
Name chargeable with Taxes: Poor, Thomas of Abraham [Son of Abraham]
No. of Whites: 1 [males over 21 years old]
Horses, Mares, etc.: 3
Total amount of Taxes: [not visible on image]
found on line FamilyTreeMaker 2012 
Poore, Abraham (I637)
 
167 1757 Jones, Churchill (I798)
 
168 1760 Taylor, Zana (I2481)
 
169 1762 by others Anrim, Ireland Becket, James (I450)
 
170 1764 McClellan, Joseph (I607)
 
171 1767 Portis, George Wiliam (I1096)
 
172 1770 Overby, Lucinda (I901)
 
173 1770 Dec 10 estate of Joseph Pope and possessed Sarah Pope widow, Richard, John Joseph, sally Pope adn William Oldham who married Mary one of the duaghters 10 shillings.(From Wm and Mary Quarterly pg 213) Oldham, William (I836)
 
174 1780 McCorkle, William (I1140)
 
175 1780 went to Tenn and took a church iin Greenaville. Then to head of Bent Creek wherse he lived for 31 yrs. then moved to Bethel church of halston where he was in 1827 at 80 yrs.
In 1826 he remembered "My mothers name was jane Debart step daughter of Wm Beatis from Holland. they had 7 children Jacob(who died Young) David Isaac, Sarah Elizabeth, mary and Joshua. My father moved from Maryland to North Carolina some time about 1753 or 4 and settled on Swarving creek a branch of the yadkin River and remained there until the death of my Mother, and then moved to Virginia and settle on Pig river ( in what is now called Franklin Co.)."

1810 CENSUS Isaac Barton living in Tennessee, grainger Co on tax list.
1830 US CENSUS Isaac Barton Grainger, Tennessee 7 white people 1 slave

There is an Isaac Barton who is listed in Civil War Pension Index, but do not have anyone as of Feb 2012 who fits the dates - Isaac Barton, Maryland widow Elizabeth A. Barton?? 
Barton (Rev), Isaac (I2242)
 
176 1782 Churchill, William (I2986)
 
177 1789 Shuck, Peter (I1029)
 
178 1790 McClelland, Eliza (I20)
 
179 1790 census

He might have married Betsey Batholomew dau of Wm

2 infants died 
Church, Asher (I750)
 
180 1790 census Church, Timothy (I751)
 
181 1790 census Church, George (I3544)
 
182 1790 census (Goodwin) Marsh, Thankful (I4727)
 
183 18 Mar 1597 Robinson, Mary (I1613)
 
184 1804 Ransom, Mary Emily (I850)
 
185 1805 by census 1800 on tombstone Shaffer, Henry (I41)
 
186 1810 Wilkerson, Jane (I909)
 
187 1810 census Baarren Co Ky Joseph Anderson listed.

Sgt in War of 1812

Joseph Anderson listed delinquent Taxes on 157 Sulpher Lick Creek amount owned 61 cents.

Joseph Anderson was born June 11, 1778 and receoved am excellent English and scientitic education in his native State of Virginia. When a young man, in about 1800, he, in company with three of his brothers, immigrated to Metcalfe, then Baarren County, Kentucky; here he bought wild land and improved a farm upon which he resided until his death, June 20, 1864, in his eighty-fifth year. In early life he taught school for several years and held various civil offices. He was also judge advocate of the Forty-fifth Regiment Kentucky Militia for over twenty years, and was a veteran of the war of 1812, serving under Gen Hopkins in the Wabash Campaign. In early life he was a member of the Baptist, afterward of the Christian Church being a ruling elder of the latter for many years. His father John Anderson was a native of Edinburgh, Scotland. When a youg man about the middle of the last century, he immigrated to the colony of Virginia, where he remained most of his life. In his old age, however, he removed to Kentucky, where his death occurred in this ninetieth year. He met his wife, and Irish girl, on his was over from Scotland and was married at New York. Thirteen children - eight sons and five daughters - were the fruit of this union. He received an excellent education in his native Scotland, and taught school for many years after his arrival in thecolony of Virginia. He was also a veteran in the Continental Army during the Revolution. Mrs. Elizabeth anderson departed this life July 5, 1845 in her 49th year. she also was for many years a member of the Christian Church. Her father Thomas Terry, was a native of Wales; he first immigrated to Virginia when a young man and afterward came to Barren County Kentucky, where he was among the pioers. He was a pensioner of the Revolutionary War, having served under General Washington through the entire struggle of 7 years, and was one of that band of heroes who endure the rigors of the memorable winter at Valley Forge. He participated in the campaigns of New jersey, New York and Virginia and was present at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown. Major Albert Anderson received a good English education in youth, mainly through the instructions of his father and uncles. He was mainly employed on his father’s farm until he attained his majority, after which he taught school for 7 consecutive years and during this time was also quite extensively engaged in the tobacco trade, buying and shipping tobacco by flat=boat down the river to New Orleans. After he quit teaching he engaged in the tobacco business on a much larger scale and traveled extensively over the United States for some 7 to 8 years visiting 17 states and Territories. in about 1848 he returned to Barren Copunty Kentucky where he engaged extensively in the real estate business, purchasing, amoung other lands, 535 acres in Hart County upon which the town of Caverna, now Horse Cave was afterward ladi out. In 1850 he came to Horse Cave, built the first house in the place, and afterward, in a few years sold $40,000 worth of town lots. here the Major has ever resided. He has all his life taken a great interest and pride in military affairs, and is probably amoun the best posted men in the old military tactics to be found in the State, having been an officer in the State militia for the past 25 or 30 years and having held commissions as lieutenant, captain, major, colonel and brigade inspector of the Twentieth Brigade Kentucky Militia, comprising the counties of Barren, Hart, Warren and Edmonson for 6 consectuive years under John M. Harlan, adjutant=general. During the latter part of the war with Mexico he helped to raise a company of which he was commissioned Lieutenant. They tendered their service to the governor, but the car closed before they reached the front. Major Albert Anderson was married Sep 12,1848 to Mrs Louisa (Craig) Davis, a native of Barren County Kentucky. she was born January 18,1825 and is the daughter of John and Lydia (Smith) Craig, who were among the peioneers of southwestern Kentucky, and who removed with her to Warren County when she was only 3 years old. Six children blessed this union, only 3 of who are now living: Carrie, now Mrs. George D. Willis, Eliza Belle and James. Mrs. Louise Anderson died Ssept 30,1858. she was from early life a consistent member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 
Anderson, Joseph (I278)
 
188 1810 census Barren Co Kentucky lists a Jacob Jones. Jones, Jacob (I2642)
 
189 1810 census Barren Co Ky lists John H. Anderson
Land Grants Barren Co Acres 400, Book 26, 2-9-1807 No location given 
Anderson, John H. (I280)
 
190 1810 census David Anderson listed in Barren Co Ky

1850 value prop 2000 in 1850 cencsus a Wm 62 teacher and Polly 60 and Louisa 37 not sure it is right family,The marriage info states that Joeph Anderson wit., consent father Abner Barton

A David "Anderson was married to Sally Drake Mar 1, 1894.

There is a listing on ancestry.com that says David was married to Martha Cochran 1775-1863. she was born in Madison, Baren Co Ky and died in Glasgow Barren Co KY and her parents were Andrew Cochran 1760 -1821 and Sarah Woods 11749-?

Listing on Ancestry says David's father is William Anderson 1765 1820 in Barren Co Ky married to a Martha 1775-1862. Wm Anderson buried in Glasgow Ky

David Anderson LAND GRANTS BARREN CO Acres 23, Book 8, Survey Date4-25-1806, Property LocationLittle River
David Anderson LAND GRANTS BARREN CO Acres 20.Book 20, Survey Date 8-10-1822 Property Location Little R

Might have been married in 1804, March 1 to Salley Drake ( there is a listing in marriages of Barren Co ) 
Anderson, *David (I182)
 
191 1810 census in Barren County Kentucky.

May have been raised by Indians. May have moved to Missouri
Family Data Collection on ancestry.com lists Joah Barton, father Joshua Barton mother susan Dodd Joah was born 1767 Black Water, Franklin Va..

Listing on US and International Marriage Records 1560-1900 Joab Barton born Va. married Ita Ha Barton 1796 in Mo ancestry.com

Joah Barton, issued 1 Aug 1825 80 acres SOURTH OF MISSOURI RIVER accession # M0430__.123 land office Franklin Authority April 24,1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat.566) document # 1208 counties Cole. under US General Land Office Records 1796-1907 
Barton, Job (Joab) (I2237)
 
192 1810 census Lists Wm Anderson Barren Co Ky

Pvt War of 1812
School teacher Barren Co Kentucky
buried Liberty Cememtery

There are several Land Grants listed for Wm Anderson in Barren Co at Boyds Creek, Falling Timber Crk 160,9,140,200,140,43 acres. Do not know if the is the right Wm. 
Anderson, William A. (I279)
 
193 1810 census Spotsylvania shows a James Gardner and Thomas Gardner's Plantation

Maybe another son Jeff listed in 1870 census as 47 years wife Amanda 26, Eliza 5, Ida 21., listed all as Black?? 
Gardner, Father (I2097)
 
194 1810 lived in Harrison Co. Ky. census.
Childdren Benjamin, Henry, Wm, Sally, Nancy, Jenny, Isabella Nisvits & Polly Anderson. grandson Wm Shields, Wm and Jeremiah Nisbit. 
Stewart, Wm (I2558)
 
195 1810 taxes 3 horses 7 cattle
1810 census lists Tapley Oldham? Barren Co Ky.
owned lots of land in Knob area (600 acres)

BARREN CO LAND GRANTS Tarpley 150 acres in book B April 25, 1816 no property location.
Owned at least 12 slaves in 1837 on his death- in will names are: Charity, Isaac, Tarrett, Henly, Geroge, Willis, Ferdinand, Silas, Nathan and females named Mahala, Mary, Jane.
@nd marriage to Amy Ball.
From his will: to my son James T one black boy named Willis,to Caleb 1 black boy Ferdinand, to my sughter Mary Ann 1 negro girl name Mahala daught Loisa Jane 1 negro Mary, wife Amy negro woman Jane and her child Nathan 1 negro man Silas. his 4 eldest daughter Elizaabeth Shockley, Sally Pedigo, Susanna Page % Rebecca Carter. Son Bishop 1 tract of land Nob Tract. James T. my old plantationof 175acres wife to have plantation where we now live. More info given in will... 
Oldham, Tarpley (I89)
 
196 1810-11-12 Molar (Mohler), Rebecca (I48)
 
197 1816 Wilkerson, John Jr (I907)
 
198 1819 Wilkerson, Ransom (I908)
 
199 1820 census shows Benson Jewell in Virginia as head of family in Stafford Co.
1830 census shows Benson Jewell in Barren Co Ky. Also a John Jewell.
Came to Kentucky in 1821 in Barren county
Father possible Seth and a brother Sanford d. 1830
Wife name Elizabeth in census 1850
1850 CENSUS Barren Co listing Benson and his wife Elizabeth ages 60 & 61. no one else living with them. He is a farmer
1860 residence Metcalf Kentucky
Robert R. Jewell born in Va 1798 died in Spencer Kentucky 1880 in Nov at 77yrs of pneumonia must have been a brother. 
Jewell, Benson (I199)
 
200 1822 by census Simmons, Elizabeth (I58)
 

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