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Note for:   Joseph Blackwell,   9 Jul 1715 - 30 May 1787         Index

CHAPTER 4

Joseph BLACKWELL and Lucy STEPTOE

3c. JOSEPH BLACKWELL Senior born 9 July 1715 (of Walnut Lodge) in Northumberland
        County, Virginia and died 30 May 1787(age 71) in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married LUCY
        STEPTOE, about 1740 daughter of JOHN STEPTOE and ELIZABETH EUSTACE. She was
        born 1720, and died after 1787.

Colonial Families of Southern States of America, 1911, Stella Pickett Hardy, reprinted 1965
LDS Call Number US/CAN 973 D2hs; pp 49-63

Historical Southern Families, Volume III by John Bennett BRODIE

Blackwell Genealogy by Commander E. M. Blackwell in 1948 LDS Call Number 929.273 B568b
(Much the same as Stella Pickett Hardy’s book)

Colonial Families of the Southern States of America BLACKWELL FAMILY page 59
“COL. JOSEPH BLACKWELL, (3--3), of Fauquier Co., Va. (the third son of Hon. Samuel and Margery (Downing-Hudnall) Blackwell), b. July 9, 1715, in Northumberland Co., Va.; d. 5-30-1787, in Fauquier Co.; Va.; he was educated at Oxford; returned to the Colonies, and took a prominent and active part in affairs of both Church and State; served as a Burgess for Prince William Co. 1748, 1749, 1752, 1753, 1754, 1755 and as 1st High Sheriff of Fauquier Co. 1759 etc. and justice 1769-87 and was a staunch and loyal churchman. [p.59] 1740 he m. Lucy Steptoe, b. 1720 d. aft. 1787 daughter of John and Elizabeth (Eustace) Steptoe, of Lancaster County, Virginia.”

“Joseph Blackwell and his children, having dark hair, were called the Black - Blackwells, …..Joseph Blackwell Senior. Was appointed the first High Sheriff of Fauquier County, then part of Prince William County. On one
occasion he was ordered to arrest a lawless character, who threatened him with a rifle. He told the man, “ I am ordered to arrest you and I am going to do it; you may kill me but you will be hung.” The man submitted and afterward became very friendly.

“In the courthouse at Warrenton is an old document signed by Gov Francis Fauquier given at Williamsburg 2 Nov 1861 with the King’s seal appointing Justices of the Peace: Thos Harrison, Jos. Blackwell, Jno Wright, Wm. Blackwell, Jno Bell, Wm Eustace, Wm Grant, Jno Crump, Duff Green, Yelverton Peyton, Col., Thomas Marshall of Oak Hill, Elias Edmonds, Thomas McClanahan, William Ransdell, Armistead Churchill Junior; Thomas Bell, William Edmonds, Gilson Foote, Jeremiah Daniel, John Frogge and Richard Foote of Prince William and Fauquier Counties.”

The oldest house in Warrenton, Va was owned by Joseph Blackwell, Sr. It is a frame house with a stone and brick basement, which was used during World War I by the Red Cross and other benevolent societies. It is on the right side of the street, in the first block from the post office on Main Street, to the railway station. It was recently acquired by Walter Chrysler, the automobile man, who is going to restore it to its original appearance and condition.

Fauquier County in The Revolution page 10 “Joseph Blackwell’s mill on Deep Run, Built in 1765, was also a sawmill as well as a gristmill. There was a grist mil at George Neville’s ordinary at Auburn in 1768, and the same year Charles Chinn had one on Cromwell’s Run, Piper’s Mill on Thumb Run near Orlean had been in existence for some time in 1770. It was near old Piper Church, one of four frame chapels established after the creation of Leeds Parish in 1769.”

Fauquier County in the Revolution page 34, “ The Sheriff was Joseph Blackwell, aged 44, Son of Samuel and Margery (Downing) Blackwell of “Walnut Lodge, Northumberland County, Joseph Blackwell and his brother William had left Northumberland before 1748 and had settled in part of Prince William County that was now Fauquier. He had represented Prince William County in the House of Burgesses intermittently from October 1748, through October 1755. Though listed as a Justice of the new county, he did not qualify preferring the office of Sheriff instead. It was his unpleasant duty to oust miscreant parson John Brunskill as Rector of
Hamilton Parish as previously mentioned.”

Blackwell Genealogy Joseph Blackwell “He took a prominent and active part in the affairs of Church and State, Vestryman of Dittingen Parish, Prince William County and later Fauquier. He signed the Westmoreland Protest Feb 26, 1776 at the home of (Light horse Harry) Lee and served in the Revolutionary. He was with his brother John in the Brandywine Campaign and when he was disabled by small pox injuring his eyes, he was transferred to Richmond, Virginia and served as Major in the Subsistance Department of the Virginia Line until the end of the War. He was an original member of the Cincinnati Society and Dr Karl S. Blackwell, deceased of Richmond, Virginia was admitted to membership of the Society as a hereditary member in 1935 and was the first and only descendant of his admitted up to that time.) He received a large grant of land in Kentucky for his services.”

Fauquier During the Proprietorship page 140
John Wright and Joseph Blackwell, church wardens of Hamilton and Valentine PEYTON and William Butler acting in the same capacity for Dettingen, duly advertised its sale in the Virginia Gazette, Aug 21, 1746.

Fauquier County, Virginia 1759-1959, The Fauquier County Bicentennial Committee, 1959.
Page 221 The Meadows Route 626 near Bethel Probably the first, but certainly a very early, owner of The Meadows was Joseph BLACKWELL, 1715-1787, the First Sheriff of Fauquier County. His son Major Joseph BLACKWELL, moved to the house around 1800. The property descended to his son James and then to James Daughter, Lucy Blackwell who married Alexander Fontaine Rose, from whom the place came to its present owner, Brigadier General John B. Rose. The house is built of clapboard and the beams were shaped with a broad ax, the floors of Georgia pine and all of excellent workmanship. A stone addition was built in 1846. Bethel Academy was built on a part of the Meadows that was given Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of James BLACKWELL.

Page 222 Clifton, Route 628 near Bethel
This charming Colonial house was built at the time of the Revolution by Major Joseph Blackwell and added to around 1871 by his son John, for his bride Rebecca Davenport of Winchester. The original old pioneer log cabin, which was used as an outside kitchen, still stands directly behind the house. Wisteria covers the walk to the kitchen. The interior of the house is original, and among the lovely antiques is the dower chest of Rebecca Davenport. The present owners are the great grandchildren of John Blackwell.

Fauquier County in The Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
Page 231-232
29.          Letter. Lt Joseph Blackwell to Colonel William Edmonds, 10 Oct 1777. Originally published in the True Index (newspaper), Warrenton, Virginia 27 Jan 1877. Fauquier Historical Society Bulletin, July 1924, p. 500.
“I have not seen either of the Captain Blackwells for two weeks. Captain William Blackwell went into the
country sick. I understand he is getting well. Captain Thomas Blackwell (his brother) is at a fort on the Delaware, as I am informed. I think it needless to mention any thing about the battle of Brandywine, as I
imagine you have a full account of it. Nothing more at present; but I givemy love to my sister, family and all other asking friends.
        I am, Sir, your ob’t. servant Jos Blackwell
N.B. Expect every day we shall have the third battle with the enemy and then I am in hop I shall be able to
        Give you a better account of the times.
Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, Stella Pickett Hardy page 58.
Joseph “was educated at Oxford; returned to the colonies and took a prominent and active part in affairs of both Church and State.”

As a Burgess for Prince William County, Virginia 1748, 1749, 1752, 1753, 1754, 1755 and as 1st High Sheriff of Fauquier County 1759 etc. and Justice 1769 - 1787 .

Children of JOSEPH BLACKWELL and LUCY STEPTOE are:

        4a. Elizabeth BLACKWELL was born 17 Dec 1742 in Prince William County, Virginia. She
        married Charles CHILTON, COL. 19 Dec 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia. (daughter
        of Joseph) He was born in of Hereford, Prince George County, Virginia Charles CHILTON
        was the son of Thomas CHILTON and Jemima COOK of Westmoreland County, Virginia.

        4b. Samuel BLACKWELL was born in 1745 in Prince William County, Virginia.
        Samuel died in Fauquier County, Virginia in 1783-1785. Samuel married Elizabeth
        TYLER 1773. She was born 1755, and died 1828. Cousin of President John TYLER
        (marriage record not found in Fauquier County records) Samuel later married Sarah BEALE
        in October 1774.
       
        4c. Ann BLACKWELL was born in 1747. Ann married Col. Martin PICKETT,
        31 May 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia (daughter of Joseph ) Martin lived at
        Paradise, Fauquier County, Virginia. Martin PICKETT was born about 1740 in King
        George County, Virginia. Martin PICKETT wrote his will 4 May 1803 and if was proved
        25 Apr 1804 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Marriage also in Loudoun County, Virginia
        Martin was the son of William PICKETT and Elizabeth COOKE.
   
        4d. Lucy BLACKWELL born 1749 in Prince William County, Virginia Lucy married
        William Stanton 24 Sep 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia , son of
        William STANTON and Diana FIELD. He was born before 1749. Marriage also recorded
        In Loudoun County, Virginia. William STANTON was the son of Thomas STANTON and
        Sarah ROBINSON.
        NOTE: Stella Pickett Hardy, Colonial Families of Southern States of America page 59
        States that Lucy married William SLAUGHTER of Fauquier County, Virginia.

        4e Lettitia BLACKWELL was born 3 Oct 1750 in Prince William County, Virginia. Lettetia
        married John CHILTON 10 April 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Marriage bonds issued
        10 Dec 1765, 3 years earlier per “Fauquier in the Revolution” by Gott. Captain John CHILTON
        was born near Rock Spring, Prince William County, Virginia.
       
        4f. Joseph BLACKWELL was born about 1752 (Aug 1757), Prince William County, now Fauquier.
        He died in 1826. Joseph married Ann EUSTACE HULL 28 Dec 1784 in Stafford County,
        Virginia the daughter of Isaac Eustace and Agatha CONWAY. She was born 1765,
        and died 1861 (Baird, p 8). Ann was the widow of Capt Edward HULL who was killed in the
        War while enforcing conscription.
       
        4g. George Steptoe BLACKWELL was born in 1753 in Prince William County, Virginia

4h. John BLACKWELL was born 22 Mar 1755 He married (1) Agatha EUSTACE 1779, daughter of Isaac EUSTACE and Agatha CONWAY. She was born 1765, and died bet. 1795 - 1798. John married (2) Judith (Lee) PIERCE-PEACHY, widow of PIERCE and PEACHY, daughter of Kendall and Betty (Heale) Lee, and married (3) Fanny PARKER, daughter of Judge Richard and Mary (Beale) PARKER (Hardy, p 59). John BLACKWELL wrote his will 10 Feb 1822 in Pickaway County, Ohio and his will was proved 23 Jun 1823 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        4i. Judith BLACKWELL was born 1759, and died 1857. She married Thomas Randolph
        KEITH, CAPT. 23 May 1775, son of Rev James KEITH and Mary Isham RANDOLPH. He was
        born about 1736 of Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1805 in Columbus Co., Georgia. Judith
        died in 17 Apr 1857. Her will is dated in 1854 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott,
Heritage Books, 1990.
Joseph Blackwell, guardian of Dan’l Johnston and Polly Johnston orphans of Moses Johnston deceased 24 Feb 1806. for $500. Security Edward Digges, Jr. NOTE: Moses JOHNSTON is the ancestor of Jim Burgess.

Joseph BLACKWELL Will Book 2 page 116 - 117

Will Written 26 Apr 1787 Will Proved 25 June 1787
In the name of God Amen. I Joseph Blackwell Senior of Fauquier County and State of Virginia being of sound mind and memory do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following:
Imprimis I bequeath my soul unto God who gave it me hoping through the merits of my blessed Saviour and Redeemer Jesus Christ the Righteous to obtain eternal life and my temporal estate I give and dispose of as followeth, my just debts and funeral expenses being first paid.
Imprimis I give and bequeath to my beloved wife the use of my whole estate both real and personal except the lands purchased of Thomas Barbee, which I give and bequeath to John Lee Beale and his heirs forever his father having paid me for the said land.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Joseph after the decease of my loving wife the land I purchased of Charles Gaines (or Garnor) to him and his heirs forever.
Item I bequeath and give to my son Samuel the land I hold on the north east side of Jeffrey’s Branch as also thirty acres of land including the mill be laid off adjoining to the land he purchased of William Butler. To him and his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son John all the land I live on and the land I purchased of Thomas Watts and the land I purchased from Edward Carter and Jeremiah Darnall lying on Carter’s run in the said county to him and his heirs forever after the decease of my beloved wife.
Item I give and bequest to my son Samuel, negros Toby and Bette and all their increase to him and his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my sons Joseph, John and George Stepto all the remainder of the negros as well those in their possession as the and the others to be equally divided except negro Joe son to Dulin, which I give to my daughter Keith to them and their heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph two ninths of what I have in trade with my son in law Martin Pickett, the rest of the said money goods debts in the said Trade I give to be equally divided between my two sons John and George Steptoe and my daughters Anne, Betty, Lucy, Judah and one equal share to the representatives of my deceased daughter Lettice Chilton.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph after the death of my wife my eight large silver spoons.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son ??? after the death of my wife my desk and book case.
Item I give and bequeath to my son George Steptoe, after the death of my wife my desk.
Item all the rest of my house hold goods and all my stocks of horses, Cattle, Sheep and hogs to be equally divided between my sons Joseph, John and George Steptoe after the death of my said wife my will and desire is that my Estate may not be appraised. I do by this presented initiate and appoint my beloved wife and four sons to be executrix and executors of this my last will and Testament revoking all others do ratify and confirm this to be my Last Will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 26 day of April 1787.
Signed Sealed and acknowledged before
Peter Grant
Peter Conway Jos BLACKWELL
Pat Thompson
   
At a Court held for Fauquier County the 25th day of June 1787 This Will was proved by the oaths of Peter Grant and James Thompson witnesses and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Joseph Blackwell and John Blackwell, two of the Executors therein named who made oath and executed and acknowledged bond as the law directs certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof .....form. Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 1 1759-1763
Page 1. 24 May 1759. Bond of Joseph BLACKWELL, Sheriff to collect and received monies under Act of assembly to raise L20,000 for the better protection of the inhabitants of the frontier of this Colony. For L10,000. Securities: William BLACKWELL and William EUSTACE.

Descendants of Joseph BLACKWELL and Lucy STEPTOE are:

Charles CHILTON and Elizabeth BLACKWELL

        4a. Elizabeth BLACKWELL was born 12 Dec 1742 in Prince William County, Virginia. She
        married Charles CHILTON, Colonel 19 Dec 1760 in Fauquier County, Virginia (daughter
        of Joseph) He was born 1 Oct 1741 in Hereford, Prince William County, Virginia. Charles
        CHILTON was the son of Thomas CHILTON and Jemima COOK of Westmoreland
        County, Virginia. Elizabeth died about 12 Dec 1804 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
           See Hayden, Virginia Genealogies, p. 266.

        Mrs Elizabeth Hogg Ironmonger, Ironmonger and Connections, Updated, Iremonger-
        Ironmonger probably self - published, Berryville, Virginia The Virginia Book 1972
       
        Mary Tarr CHILTON, Genealogical History of the Chilton family (self published about 1941)

Children of Elizabeth BLACKWELL and Charles CHILTON

        5a. Elizabeth Chilton was born about 1761 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Elizabeth died about 1778 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        5b. John CHILTON was born 14 Apr 1762 in Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        John married Felitia CORBIN 27 Oct 1803 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        John died in 1843
        5c. Samuel CHILTON was born 5 Jun 1764 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Samuel married Lucinda BLACKWELL 19 May 1795 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia
        5d. Charles CHILTON was born 3 Jan 1767 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Charles died 4 May 1784 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        5e. Lucy Steptoe CHILTON was born 25 Oct 1769 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Lucy died 6 Jun 1791, at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        5f. Thomas CHILTON was born 4 May 1772 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Thomas died 31 Dec 1792 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        5g. Jemima CHILTON was born 11 Apr 1775 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Jemima died 29 Jan 1785 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        5h. Elizabeth CHILTON was born 27 Jun 1778 at Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        5i. Stephen CHILTON was born 9 Dec 1780 in Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Stephen died 28 Aug 1844 in Hereford, Fauquier County, Virginia. Stephen
        married Susanna TURNER 12 Apr 1803 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Stephen
        CHILTON lived in Missouri in 1843.
        5j. Mark Anthony CHILTON was born 1 Nov 1790 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        and died in Missouri, 17 Oct 1848. He married Eloise M. BLACKWELL, 18 May 1809
        in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        5k. Blackwell CHILTON was born about 1791 in Fauquier County, Virgina. married Sarah Beale
        2 Jun 1820 (Eustace) Gibson, per Hardy p 140. Blackwell died 21 Dec 1873 at age 90.
        Mary Tarr Chilton, Genealogical History of the Chilton Family.

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott,
Heritage Books, 1990.
Charles CHILTON, appointed guardian of Orrick, William and Lucy Chilton orphans of William Chilton, deceased 26 Nov 1781 for L200,000 sec James Withers, John Barker J P.: Joseph Blackwell, Armistead Churchill, John Blackwell, Martin Pickett, Gent. William Douglass wrote: “Capt Charles Chilton having a desire to be chose guardian for the Orphans of William Chilton, aledging, that my wife being deed he was the only proper person to be guardian, I therefore agreed that I had no objection to his being chosen Guardian in my room.” 26 Nov 1781

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 23 page 181
CHILTON, Elizabeth - 23 Apr 1819, 26 Apr 1818 - MANUMISSION - of her slave Moses Butler who now resides in Loudoun County, Virginia signed by Elizabeth Chilton, witness Thomas Hunton JP & Mark A Chilton JP received by Daniel Withers CC Deed Book 23 page 181

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 35 page 150
CHILTON, Mark A. & his wife Elouisa - 24 Oct 1834, 15 May 1815-Sale of Property-sold to Joseph Thompson for $1110.00 tract of land containing 307 1./2 acres with all its appurtenances, situated west bank of Deep Run, adjoining the lot with the mill formerly Hickerson now Thompson, corner of Embrey, property James Keith purchased of Bell, corner of dower lot (not named) and corner of Shumate’s purchased from William Blackwell, it being part of a tract once belonged to the heirs of General John Blackwell and allotted to said Elouisa CHILTON by commissioners papers on file in Fauquier County, Virginia signed by M A CHILTON and Elouisa CHILTON, WITNESS Elias Edmonds JP & Charles HUNTON jp, received by A. J. Marshall CC Book 35 page 150.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 37 page 430
CHILTON, Samuel (administer of the Will of Elizabeth CHILTON deceased) 22 Jan 1838 22 Jan 1838 Sale of Property - sold to John Carnal for $175 tract of land containing 95 acres with all its appurtenances, adjoining the lands of Philip Johnston, James Blackwell, Wm Williamson & said Carnal, it being the property said Elizabeth
CHILTON allotted from her father Charles CHILTON, signed by Samuel Chilton as administer) witness W. H. Gaines, & W. W. Norris, received by A. J. Marshall CC Book 37 page 430

        4b. Samuel BLACKWELL was born in 1745 in Prince William County, Virginia.
        Samuel died in Fauquier County, Virginia in 1783. Samuel married Elizabeth
        TYLER 1773. Elizabeth was born 1755, and died 1828. Cousin of President John TYLER.

        Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, Stella Hardy Pickett, page 60
        (the second born of Col Joseph and Lucy (Steptoe); He was a graduate of Oxford, was
        educated for the Ministry, but at the outset of the Revolutionary War he entered the Army,
        and served with distinction as Capt.; he received 4,000 acres for his service; he was ever a
        staunch and liberal supporter of the Episcopal Church.

Children of Samuel BLACKWELL

Children of Samuel BLACKWELL and Elizabeth TYLER are:

        5a. Samuel BLACKWELL was born in 1774 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died in
        Alabama. Samuel married Sarah DENT before 1821 marriage record not found in
        Fauquier County, Virginia marriage records.

        Stella DENT was a cousin of Ulysses Simpson GRANT

Samuel BLACKWELL and Sarah DENT are:

        6a. William Richard BLACKWELL was born in 1821 William Richard married
        Martha COLLIER who was born after 1821. Marriage Record not found in
        Fauquier County, Virginia. Martha was the daughter of Dr James Bouldin COLLIER.
        6b. Augustus BLACKWELL was born about 1834 Augustus married Eleanor
        COLLIER born after 1834. Marriage record not found in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Eleanor COLLIER was the daughter of Thomas COLLIER and Mary DENT.
    
        5b. Richard BLACKWELL was born about 1776 married Lutie BOGGS about 1819.
        Marriage record not found in Fauquier County, Virginia
        5c.           Lucinda BLACKWELL was born in 1778 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucinda
        married Samuel CHILTON DR 19 May 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia daughter of
        Samuel BLACKWELL. Samuel CHILTON was born before 1778.
        5d. Alice Strother BLACKWELL was born in 1782 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia married Judge John B. WILKERSON. (marriage not found in Fauquier
        County, Virginia). Alice died before 3 Jun 1837. They lived in Limestone County,
        Alabama.
        6a. George WILKERSON
        married (1) Miss HUDGINS
        married (2) Elizabeth COLLIER daughter of Bouldin and Sarah SLAUGHTER.
        Married (3) Miss De Woody
        6b. Reuben WILKERSON
        married (1) Matilda WRIGHT
        married (2) Miss FOOT
        6c. John WILKERSON married Judith KEITH
        6d. Sarah Mildred WILKERSON married Mr SAVAGE
        6e. Elizabeth Tyler WILKERSON married Mr EWING
        6f. Ann Darenhart WILKERSON married Washington MATHEWS
        6g. Seaborn Jones WILKERSON
        6h. James Ray WILKERSON
        6i. William WILKERSON
        6j. Samuel B. WILKERSON

        5e Elizabeth BLACKWELL was born in 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia . Elizabeth
        married Henry SLAUGHTER about 1807 (marriage now found in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. They moved to Alabama.
        6a. Mariah SLAUGHTER married twice (1) Thos LANCELOT (2) Mr Minor of Alabama.

        5f. William Henry BLACKWELL was born 27 Nov 1794 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        William died 26 Nov 1846 probably in Morgan County, Alabama. William Henry
        BLACKWELL married Eliza Wyatt COLLIER 14 Dec 1817, daughter of James
        COLLIER and Elizabeth BOULDIN. (marriage not found in Fauquier County, Virginia)
        Eliza was born after 1794.
          
Children of William BLACKWELL and Eliza COLLIER

        6a. Bouldin Collier BLACKWELL was born in 1818 and died 13 Oct 1859. Bouldin
        married Mary COLLIER who was born 5 Jul 1823 and died 6 Oct, 1885 - daughter of
        Thomas COLLIER and Mary DENT.
        6b. Samuel BLACKWELL was born in 1824 and married Sarah Virginia PICKETT.
        Sarah was the daughter of Steptoe PICKETT and Sarah Orrick CHILTON
        6c. Wyatt BLACKWELL was born in 1827. Wyatt married Diana Jane COLLIER
        daughter of James Bouldin COLLIER, DR..
          
Children of Wyatt BLACKWELL and Diana COLLIER
          
        7a. Frank BLACKWELL of Pilot Point, Texas.
        7b. Mattie BLACKWELL. of Pilot Point, Texas

        6d. Martha BLACKWELL was born in 1833, married John Scott PICKETT
        6e. William Henry BLACKWELL was born in 1835 and lived in Alabama.
        William married Maud HUNLEY 11 Dec 1877. Maud was the daughter
        Of Col D. R. HUNLEY.
        6f. Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL was born in 1837. Lucy died unmarried.
        6g. Martha or Mary A. BLACKWELL was born 1837 and died 1875, married Joseph
        WIGGS about 1860. Joseph was born 1837 and died Little Rock, Arkansas.
Joseph was a graduate of Oxford, England and was educated for the ministry; but at the outbreak of the Revolution, he entered the Army and served with distinction as captain. He received 4000 acres of land for his services and was a staunch support of the Episcopal Church. Page 9 Blackwell Genealogy, Comander E. M. Blackwell U.S. Navy Retired.
           Stella Pickett Hardy states her name is Martha (p. 61)
        7a. Lucy Blackwell WIGGS married John Haywood DONNELL of Limestone County,
        Alabama.
        8a. Mary Louise DONNELL married Henry N. BINFORD of Athens, Alabama
        9a. Henry Newell BINFORD
        8b. Joseph WIGGS M.D. of Arkansas
        8c. Henry WIGGS of Russellville, Arkansas
        8d. Virginia WIGGS married Dan HART of Little Rock, Arkansas.

Martin PICKETT and Ann BLACKWELL

4c. Ann (Anne) BLACKWELL was born 1747 and died before1800; Ann married MARTIN PICKETT, COL.,
        31 May 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Their home was known as “Paradise” in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Martin PICKETT was born 25 Jan 1736 in King George County, Virginia. Martin died in
        April of 1804 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        Colonel Pickett’s Biography indicates the marriage occurred on 21 May 1764. Consent by Joseph
        Blackwell for their marriage is dated 31 May 1764, so cannot be 21 May marriage date.

“He served three terms as a Burgess and represented Fauquier County IN THE convention of Williamsburg 1776 which declared Virginia independent of the British Empire and a Soverign State. He was also a delegate to the convention of 1788 which accepted the Constitution of the United States. He served with distinction in the French and Indian War 1761 as Lieutenant in Captain Wm Edmond’s Company of Virginia Troops and in the Revolution as Lieutenant Colonel of the 3rd Virginia Regiment of Infantry under Colonel Thomas Marshall of “Oak Hill” He was Tax Commissioner of Fauquier county 1782, Coroner 1783, High Sheriff 1785. He was a staunch support of the Episcopal Church a Vestryman, and most generous and public spirited citizen. He gave the land on which the Town Hall of Warrenton is built and also that on which the churches that were established before his death were built. He made his will May 4, 1803 and codicils which were probated April 24, 1804.” Page 9 Blackwell Genealogy, Commander E. M. Blackwell, U.S. Navy Retired.”

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
Page 192
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Martin Pickett, 1740-1809, son of William and Elizabeth (Cooke) Pickett. He was a Justice, Burgess and Tax Commissioner of Fauquier as well as a leading Merchant. He married Ann Blackwell daughter of Col Joseph and Elizabeth (Steptoe) BLACKWELL
He was a cousin of Col Mordecai Buckner of the 6th Virginia Regiment.

ABSTRACTS OF THE NORTHERN NECK WARRANTS & SURVEYS FAUQUIER COUNTY 1744-1790, Volume III, Peggy Shomo Joyner. 1986.

Mr Martin PICKETT in trust for heirs of Mr William Pickett for whom surveyed 11 Mar 1762 - 8 April 1762 243 acres on a draw of Carter’s Run, Rappa River and Piney Mountain, adjoining Henry Martin, John Rowser/Rassiers, Hitt, Thomas Kamper, Joseph Blackwell, on warrant only. CC James Hall and John Flowers. Present - John Rossier & William Pickett, Junr Survey John Moffett.

Colo Martin Pickett, no warrant, surveyed 13 Oct 1780; tract granted to George Williams, Junr and Richard Williams 23 Feb 1730; 798 acres on branches of Great Run; adjoining Kemper, Hooe. CC Jacob Bridwell & James Burditt (Burdin) Surveyor John Moffett.

Mr William Pickett, 18 July 1766 - 12 May 1768 340 acres adjoining Jacob Kemper, Chapman, Peter Kemper/Camper, Daniel Rictor, James Crockett, Mr Buckner, Henry, Martin Joseph Holtzclaw, Peter Hitt, warrant also named adjoining Jacob Thomas, John Camper, Bushrod Doggett, Augustine Jennings, Richd Buckner. CC Henry & Reuben MARTIN. Surveyor John Moffett

Capt William Pickett, 31 Mar 1779 - 20 Apr 1779; 420 acres on Carter’s Run, Hedgeman River; adjoining his own entry, John Rossier, Mr Joseph Blackwell, William Henry Fairfax, deceased, Reubin Bramblett, Peter Hitt, Dennis Connyer deceased to a beech (tree) marked Thomas Carter 1723. CC - Henry Kemper, and Reuben Martin. Surveyor John Moffett.

Children of Col. Martin Pickett and Anna Blackwell were as

        5a. Martin Pickett was born in 1765 and died after 1776.
        5b. Lucy Pickett was born 2 May 1767 at 'Paradise',Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy married Honorable
        Charles Marshall, son of Colonel Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph Keith, 13 Sep 1787; Lucy
        Died in 1825 at Warrenton, Virginia buried at Old Turkey Church, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Brother of Chief Justice John MARSHALL.
        5c. “Ann” Nancy Pickett was born in 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Ann married Francis
        Brooke, son of Humphrey BROOKE and Ann WHITING 25 Oct 1794 Ann died before 21 May
        1831.
        5d. Judith “Juda” Steptoe Pickett was born in 1772 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Judith married
        Stanton SLAUGHTER, son of Col. Robert SLAUGHTER and Sarah STANTON 31 May 1797.
        5e. Mildred “Milly” Pickett was born 1 Jun 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia Mildred married
        William CLARKSON son of Henry CLARKSON and Dorcas TURNER, 9 Jan 1794 Mildred
        died 22 Mar 1805 at age 27. They resided in Fauquier County, Virginia William Clarkson
        resided at Fauquier Co., VA. William CLARKSON was born on 3 Apr 1773 and died in Feb
        1818 at age 44. Henry CLARKSON WILL 1805- 28 Apr 1806 daughter: Martha ASHBY
        all property & estate of mine which I have already given her. Son Wm Clarkson residue of my
        estate, Exrs. William Clarkson son , Exrs: Wm Clarkson, Son Wit: Wm Clarkson & Samuel
        ASHBY Book 4 page 216
        5f. Letitia PICKETT was born in 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lettetia married Charles
        JOHNSTON son of Hon. Peter JOHNSTON and Martha BUTLER, 25 Oct 1797 Lettetia died in 1802.
        5g. Elizabeth “Betsy” Blackwell Pickett was born in 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth
        married Honorable John SCOTT son of Rev. John SCOTT and Elizabeth GORDON. John SCOTT
        married Betsy B PICKETT 12 Feb 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Betsy (ward of John
        BLACKWELL.) Elizabeth died 16 Sep 1862
        5h. George Blackwell Pickett was born about 1789 in Fauquier County, Virginia. George married
        Courtenay HERON 1 Jul 1818, daughter of James Heron d. 1829 or 1837 in Tennessee. He
        resided at Madison County, Alabama
        5i. Steptoe Pickett was born. 22 Jun 1790 at 'Paradise”, Fauquier County, Virginia Steptoe married
        Sarah Orrick Chilton daughter of Orrick CHILTON and Felitia CORBIN 10 Jan 1811. Steptoe
        died 16 Dec 1843 at Morgan County, Alabama at age 53. Steptoe resided at Limestone County,
        Alabama.

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott, Heritage Books, 1990.
John BLACKWELL, junior, guardian of Steptoe Pickett, orphan of Martin Pickett deceased 23 July 1804. for $20,000. security Francis Brooke, Joseph Blackwell Senior, J. P.; John Blackwell, John Bronaugh, Simon Morgan, Ambrose Barnett.

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott, 1998. Page 7
Martin PICKETT & Ann BLACKWELL
In 1775 there were perhaps a dozen houses. The finest was probably “Paradise”, home of Martin Pickett and his wife, Ann Blackwell. They were married in May, 1764 and built part of the present structure soon there after.”

Fauquier Deed Book 8 1783-1785 page 2 22 Sep 1783 Bond of Martin PICKETT CORONER OF Fauquier County, Virginia. Signed Joseph Blackwell, Joseph Blackwell, Jr.

PICKETT, Martin Will 4 May 1803 25 Apr 1804, daughter: Lucy MARSHALL (wife of Charles), all monies I paid for Wm JENNINGS land together with land adjoining the said land and set apart for them, also the money the said Charles MARSHALL received from my brother George PICKETT ALSO SLAVES Molley and her increase and James and Laury also the land enclosed by him called the Meadow Lot, daughter: Nancy Brooke (wife of Francis), the tract of land whereon they now live and slaves: Fanny & Helen, Daughter Letty JOHNSON (wife of Charles), the tract of land now held by Edward Digges Sr., slaves: Shadrach and Anny & monies from the profits from the tavern kept by Gideon JOHNSON, daughter Milly CLARKSON (wife of Wm), all that tract of land containing 200 acres which I purchased of Richard Graham, two parts of three of the two lots of land in Culpeper County, Virginia and slaves: Laury and their increase, Sukey and her two children, Daughter: Juda Slaughter (wife of Stanton), one slave woman Maria, additional slave before final division of estate , money arising out of the sale of the land from Francis Brooke &50 pounds, Daughter Betsey all my estate in land where my mother lived namely three fifth of the whole trait one fifth I held in my own right and the other two purchased of my brothers Wm & John Pickett, four slaves already in her possession, Son George Blackwell Pickett and Steptoe Pickett all the lands hereafter mentioned to be equally divided between them, lands purchased of Col Thomas Lee Harmon Hitt, Mr. Mitchell, Thomas Nelson and Joseph Nelson, their choice of twenty slaves from my estate, also the land on Carters Run, land from my father called piney mountain tract & residue of my household furniture, Daughters: five not named my land in Kentucky, Exrs: Gen John Blackwell, George Blackwell Pickett, son & Stanton Slaughter, First Codicil-12 Apr 1804-Property assigned to sons, George & Steptoe, George to get first choice, Wit: John Blackwell, Wm Pickett & Thomas Nelson, Second Codicil-12 Apr 1804 - my executor shall receive from Gideon Johnston annual rent of 6 pounds for the house he built on the 2 acres of land , Mrs Bashaw shall be charged $110 per year for the lot upon which she now lives, Wit John Love, Wm Pickett, Hugh R. Campbell & Thomas Nelson
    Third Codicil-12 Apr 1803-George Kemper given the right to the lot of land on the main street where he built a house, my friend and partner Joseph Blackwell shall allow liberal wages to my nephew George
Pickett while he may be engaged as a clerk in the store. Joseph Blackwell added as executor of my will, Witness: Wm Payne, Hugh R. Campbell, and Joseph Blackwell, Book 3 page 518
       
Lucy PICKETT and Charles MARSHALL

        5b. Lucy Pickett; b. 2 May 1767 at 'Paradise' ,Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy married Charles
        Marshall, son of Colonel Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph Keith, 13 Sep 1787; d. 1825 at
        Warrenton, VA; buried at Old Turkey Church, Fauquier County, Virginia
        6a. Charles MARSHALL
        6b. Edward Coulston MARSHALL died before 3 Dec 1825
        6c. Alexander MARSHALL (land where I now live)
        6d. Martin MARSHALL (industry and enterprising young man)
        6e. Susan MARSHALL (land in Fleming Kentucky)
        6f. Lucy MARSHALL
       
Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 23 page 145
MARSHALL, Charles & his wife Lucy - 8 Mar 1806 - 28 Dec 1818 - Conveyance of Property - paid $1 by Thomas Chilton all their rights and interests in the dower property to which the wife of Bernard Duffy was entitled to 2/3 of a property known as “Millfield” which was conveyed by the said Bernard Duffy in his life time to Septimus Norris now deceased and Charles MARSHALL, now said widow Ann Duffy and Ann Bailey (wife of Moses Bailey) wish to sell said property, signed by Charles Marshall and Lucy Marshall, witness Zeph R. English, George Pickett Junior JP, Joseph English JP, Wm Robinson & Wm Horner JP, received by Daniel Withers CC Deed Book 23 page 145

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865
By Dee Ann Buck
MARSHALL, Lucy-Will no date , 3 Dec 1825, Son: Charles to received the property of deceased son Edward Coulston consisting of slaves: John & Emma and her infant child) now in my possession, Son: Alexander to have the house where I now live and the land adjoining, which my son Martin has Surveyed, Daughter: Susan I give the money due to me from the sale of a tract of land in Fleming City, Kentucky, All residue of estate divided between my two children: Alexander & Susan, Son Alexander also to receive his father’s profile, watch & breast pin,, Daughter Lucy is well provided for and I know wishes none of my estate, son: Martin by his industry and enterprise has made himself highly independent and does not assistance from me, Grand children: by daughter Maria (not named) I have enough left to give them, by my blessing, Exrs: Alexander Marshall son Witness Robert M Stribling, Henry M. Clarkson & Amos Brooke; Bok9, 349.

William CLARKSON and Mildred “Milly” PICKETT

        5e. Mildred “Milly” Pickett was born 1 Jun 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia Mildred married
        William CLARKSON son of Henry CLARKSON and Dorcas TURNER, 9 Jan 1794 Mildred
        died 22 Mar 1805 at age 27. They resided in Fauquier County, Virginia William Clarkson
        resided at Fauquier Co., VA. William CLARKSON was born on 3 Apr 1773 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. William CLARKSON died in 22 Feb 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        1818 at age 44. Henry CLARKSON WILL 1805- 28 Apr 1806 daughter: Martha ASHLEY
        all property & estate of mine which I have already given her. Son Wm Clarkson residue of my
        estate, Exrs. William Clarkson son , Exrs: Wm Clarkson, Son Wit: Wm Clarkson & Samuel
        ASHBY Book 4 page 216

Daniel MORGAN and Ann Dorcas CLARKSON

        6a. Ann Dorcas CLARKSON was born 1 Oct 1794 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Ann married
        Daniel MORGAN 22 Apr 1818

Henry Martin CLARKSON and Marion Morson PAYNE

        6b. Henry Martin CLARKSON was born 18 Mar 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Henry died
        19 Jan 1862. Henry married Marion Morson PAYNE 15 Dec 1819. Marion was born 15 Jan 1802
        and died 5 Dec 1840.
        7a. Mildred Pickett CLARKSON DIED 2 Sep 1890 at “Hartlands” Markham, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Mildred married William Clarkson STRIBLING about 1847
        William Clarkson STRIBLING was born 29 Jun 1819 at Mountain View, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. William died in Jan 1868 at “Hartlands, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8a. Henry Clarkson STRIBLING was born about 1848 at “Hartlands”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        8b. Robert Mackey STRIBLING was born 27 Aug 1850 at “Hartlands, Markham, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Robert died 29 Dec 1883.
        8c. Marion Morson STRIBLING was born 15 Jan 1852 at “Mountain View” Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Marion married Dr Walter BRUCE.
        8d. William Clarkson STRIBLING was born 13 Oct 1853 at “Hartlands”, Markham, Fauquier
        County, Virginia William married Martha MCKITTRICK 6 Nov 1889. Martha died5 Nov
        1892 in Saint Louis, Missouri
        8e. Elizabeth STRIBLING was born 14 Feb 1855 at Hartlands, Markham, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Elizabeth married John Hunton FOSTER 22 Jun 1881. John was born 18 Jun
1848.          John died 31 Jan 1898 at Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8f. Thomas Edward STRIBLING was born 13 Jul 1857 at “Hartlands”, Markham, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Thomas married Mary HAT 13 Jul 1857.
        8g. John Scott STRIBLING was born in 1860 at “Hartlands”, Markham, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
       8h. Caroline Matilda “Carrie” STRIBLING was born 27 Feb 1862 “Hartlands” Fauquier County, Virginia
       8i. Anne Scott STRIBLING was born 3 Mar 1864 at “Hartlands”, Markham, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Anne died 28 Feb 1887 at Columbia, Missouri.

Eliza Lettia Steptoe CLARKSON and Jaquelin Ambler MARSHALL
       
        6c. Eliza Lettia Steptoe CLARKSON was born 1 Jan 1798 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Eliza married
        Jaquelin Ambler MARSHALL 1 Jan 1819. Eliza died 2 July 1868 Jaquelin was born 3 Dec 1787
        in Richmond, Virginia. Jaquelin died 7 July 1852 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        7a. Mary Ambler MARSHALL was born 1 Jan 1820 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Mary died 25
        Jan 1862 in “Weyanoke, Charles City County, Virginia.
        Mary married Robert DOUTHAT II 1 Aug 1841
        8a. Eliza “Lizzie” DOUTHAT was born in 1842 died unmarried.
        8b. Eleanor Lewis DOUTHAT was born 19 Nov 1844 died unmarried.
        8c. Mary M. DOUTHAT was born 7 Dec 1845 at “Weyanoke”, Charles City County, Virginia.
        Mary married Dr Jaquelin Ambler MARSHLL 1 Dec 1869 Jacquelin was born 5 Apr 1844
        At “Carrington” Virginia. Jacquelin died 27 Nov 1817 in Alexandria, Virginia.
        8d. Agnes Harwood DOUTHAT was born 28 Dec 1849 at :Weyanoke” Charles City County,
        Virginia. Agnes died in 1938 at Mountain View, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Agnes married Robert Mackey STRIBLING 28 Jul 1870. Robert Mackey STRIBLING
        Was born 3 Dec 1833 at “Mountain View” Fauquier County, Virginia. Robert died 20 Mar
        1914.
        8e. Jaquelin Ambler DOUTHAT was born 11 Jan 1852. Jaquelin married Caroline
        HARRISON
        8f. Robert DOUTHAT was born 1 Jun 1854. Robert married Rebecca Peyton MARSHALL 23
        Dec 1883

Jaquelin Ambler MARSHALL and Rebecca PEYTON

        7b. Jaquelin Ambler MARSHALL was born 29 Feb 1829 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Jaquelin married Rebecca PEYTON 17 Dec 1856 Rebecca Peyton was born 22 Jul
        1833 at “Carrington”, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia
        8a. Rebecca Peyton MARSHALL was born 10 Sep 1857 at “The Craig”, Markham, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Rebecca married Robert DOUTHAT 23 Dec 1883. Robert was born
        1 Jun 1854
        8b. Jaquelin Ambler MARSHALL was born 22 Oct 1858 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia
        8c. Edward Carrington MARSHALL was born 16 Sep 1860 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier
        County, Virginia
        8d. William Clarkson MARSHALL was born 12 Mar 1863 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        8e. Yelverton P. MARSHALL was born 31 Jan 1866
        8f. Marion L. MARSHALL was born 9 Feb 1867 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8g. Eliza Clarkson MARSHALL was born 2 July 1871 at “The Craig”, Marshall, Fauquier
        County, Virginia
        8h. Mildred Pickett MARSHALL was born 8 Nov 1875 at “The Craig”, Marshall, Fauquier
        County, Virginia
        8i. Randolph MARSHALL was born in Nov 1878 at “The Craig”, Marshall, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.

        7c. Eliza MARSHALL was born in 1827 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Eliza married Harrison
        ROBERTSON about 1850
        8a. Robert ROBERTSON
        8b. Jaquelin ROBERTSON
        8c. Harrison ROBERTSON

        7d. Anna Maria MARSHALL was born 28 Jul 1833 at “Prospect Hill” Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Anna married Elliot M. BRAXTON 23 Nov 1854. Elliot was born 8 Oct 1823
        8a. Eliza BRAXTON was born 22 Oct 1855 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8b. Sallie M. BRAXTON was born 21 Sep 1857 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8c. Mary A. BRAXTON was born 31 Aug 1859 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County, Virginia
        8d. Anna M. BRAXTON was born 7 Mar 1864 at Danville, Virginia
        8e. Elliott M. BRAXTON was born 6 Feb 1867 at Fredericksburg, Virginia
        8f. Jaquelin M. BRAXTON was born 24 Oct 1869 at Fredericksburg, Virginia
        8g. Westar Wallace BRAXTON was born 12 Jan 1874 at Fredericksburg, Virginia.

        7e. William Clarkson MARSHALL Capt was born 17 Apr 1838 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. William married Kate EDLOE 25 Apr 1860
        8a. William Clarkson MARSHALL Junior was born 7 Jun 1864 “Cleveland”, Hume, Fauquier
        County, Virginia
        8b. Francis B. MARSHALL was born 11 Jul 1867 at “Cleveland”, Hume, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        8c. Kate T. MARSHALL was born 10 May 1874 at “Cleveland”, Hume, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        8d. Ann Carter MARSHALL was born 29 Jul 1880 at “Cleveland”, Hume, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.

        7f. Ellen Harvie MARSHALL was born 21 Sep 1839 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Ellen married Charles Marshall BARTON . Charles Marshall BARTON was born 30 Nov 1836
        And died 25 May 1862 at Winchester, Virginia
        8a. Mary D. BARTON was born 28 Aug 1860 at “Prospect Hill”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Mary married Richard H. SMITH 18 Oct 1882. Richard H. SMITH was born 27 July 1859
        At Richmond, Virginia.

        6d. Caroline Matilda CLARKSON was born 8 Feb 1800 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Caroline died 2
        May 1887 at Mountain View, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia. Caroline married Dr Robert
        Mackey STRIBLING of “Mountain View”, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia 29 Jan 1818. Dr
        Robert Mackey STRIBLING was born 14 Feb 1793 in Frederick County, Virginia. Robert died
        24 Aug 1862 at Mountain View, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Dr. Robert Mackey STRIBLING married secondly Agnes Harwood DOUTHAT
       
        7a. William Clarkson STRIBLING was born 29 Jun 1819 at Mt View, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. William died Jan 1868 at “Hartlands”, Fauquier County, Virginia. William married
        Mildred Pickett CLARKSON about 1847.
        Mildred died 2 Sep 1890 at “Hartlands” Fauquier County, Virginia.
        (See Family Above)

        7b. Elizabeth Snickers STRIBLING was born 20 May 1821 at “Mountain View” Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Elizabeth did not marry.
   
        7c. Mildred Pickett STRIBLING was born 22 Feb 1823 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Mildred died 1 Dec 1898 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
        Mildred married John MARSHALL 17 Sep 1861. John MARSHALL was born 9 Oct 1822
        At “Leeds”, Fauquier County, Virginia. John died 1 Feb 1877 at “Glendale”, Markham,
        Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8a. Robert Stribling MARSHALL was born 22 July 1862 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Robert died 2 Apr 1864 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        8b. James Keith MARSHALL was born 3 July 1864 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died 16
        Dec 1880 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8c. Caroline Stribling “Cannie” MARSHALL was born 30 July 1866 at “Mountain View”,
        Fauquier County, Virginia. Caroline married Frederick Goodwin RIBBLE 27 Jun 1894.
        Frederick Goodwin RIBBLE was born 15 Apr 1867 in Nelson County, Virginia
       
        7d. Thomas STRIBLING was born 24 Oct 1825 at “Mountain View” Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Thomas died at “Oakwood”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        7e. Lucy Marshall STRIBLING was born 17 Oct 1827 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Lucy died 25 Jun 1828 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County, Virginia
        7f. Caroline STRIBLING was born 19 Mar 1830 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Caroline died 19 Mar 1830 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        7g. Anne Eliza STRIBLING was born 14 Jan 1832 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Anne married Withers WALLER 28 Feb 1855. Withers was born 28 Apr 1825 at
        “Clifton”, Stafford County, Virginia. Withers died 14 Jan 1900 at “Clifton”, Stafford County,
        Virginia.
        8a. Katherine Harwood WALLER was born 24 Jan 1857 at “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford
        County, Virginia Katherine married Robert South BARRETT 19 July 1896. Robert
        Was born 9 Jun 1851at Milton, North Carolina. Robert died 12 Sep 1896 in Wytheville,
        Virginia.
        8b. Caroline Stribling WALLER was born 6 Oct 1858 at Falmouth, Virginia. Caroline
        married John North CALDWELL 27 Apr 1887. John CALDWELL was born 17 July 1858
        in Caldwell, West Virginia.
        8c. William Clarkson WALLER was born 3 July 1860 at Falmouth, Virginia. William died
        in Mar 1862 at Garrisonville, Virginia
        8d. Nannie Withers WALLER was born at 28 Feb 1862 in “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford
        County, Virginia Nannie married Richard Cassius Lee MONCURE 7 Dec 1887 Richard
        was born 16 Jan 1855 AT “Glencairn”, Fredericksburg, Virginia
        8e. Agnes WALLER was born 25 Jan 1864 at “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford County,
        Virginia. Agnes married Robert Ambler MONCURE 7 Dec 1887. Robert Ambler
        MONCURE was born 12 July 1864 at “Windsor Forest”, Stafford County, Virginia.
        8f. Mildred Pickett WALLER was born 5 Jan 1866 at “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford County,
        Virginia.
        8g. Mary Cary WALLER was born 30 July 1869 at “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford County,
        Virginia. Mary married Alfred Joseph PYKE 27 Apr 1893. Alfred Joseph PYKE was
        born 23 Aug 1865 in Preston, England.
        8h. Marion Stribling WALLER was born 27 Sep 1871 in “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford
        County, Virginia. Marion married Henry W. MONCURE in 1908
        8i. Nellie Lee WALLER was born 27 Feb 1876 at “Clifton”, Widewater, Stafford County,
        Virginia. Nellie married William Leeds WRIGHT in 1908.
        7h. Robert Mackey STIBLING (Lt Col) was born 3 Dec 1833 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Robert died 20 Mar 1914 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        Robert married (2) Mary Cary AMBLER 19 AUG 1857. Mary was born 9 Sep 1835 at
        “Morven” Fauquier County, Virginia Mary died 9 Feb 1868 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier
        County, Virginia.
        8a. Lettia Ambler STRIBLING was born 22 May 1861 at “Mountain View”, Farrowsville,
        Virginia. Letie died 4 Oct 1861 at “Mountain View”, Farrowsville, Virginia.
        8b. Caroline “Lina” STRIBLING was born 17 Jun 1863 at “Morven”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Caroline died in 1943 (unmarried) at “Mountain View”, Markham, Fauquier
        County, Virginia.
        8c. Thomas Ambler STRIBLING was born 6 Feb 1866 at “Mountain View”, Farrowsville,
        Virginia. Thomas died 8 Feb 1866 “Mountain View”, Farrowsville, Virginia.
        8d. Robert Cary STRIBLING was born 5 Oct 1867 at “Mountain View”, Farrowsville,
        Virginia. Robert died 4 Apr 1901 at Newport News, Virginia. Robert was unmarried.
       
        Robert married (2) Agnes Harwood DOUTHAT 28 Jul 1870 Agnes Harwood
        DOUTHAT was born 28 Dec 1849 at “Weyanoke”, Charles City County, Virginia. Agnes
        Died in 1938 at “Mountain View”, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8e. Mary Douthat STRIBLING was born 22 Aug 1871, “Mountain View” Markham, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Mary died 26 Dec 1922 in Memphis, Tennessee Mary married Howard
        George FORD 24 Jun 1897. Howard was born 25 Oct 1871 in Memphis, Tennessee.
        Howard died 4 Mar 1958 in Memphis, Tennessee.
        8f. Agnes Harwood STIBLING was born 10 Nov 1878 at “Mountain View” Markham,
        Fauquier County, Virginia. Agnes died in Apr 1884 at Markham, Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        8g. William Clarkson “Bee” STRIBLING was born 18 Apr 1855 at “Mountain View”,
        Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia. William married Frances Sydnor “Fanny” HALL
        20 Oct 1915 Frances was born 4 Dec 1884 in Clark County, Virginia. Frances died
        13 Mar 1864 in Alexandria, Virginia.
        7i. Henry Clarkson STIRBLING was born 4 Oct 1836 at “Mountain View”, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Henry died 1903 at “Clermont”, Fauquier County, Virginia. Henry married Rebecca
        Peyton MARSHALL 16 Jun 1869. Rebecca was born 5 Nov 1847 at Leeds, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Rebecca died 26 Dec 1898 at “Clermont”, Fauquier County, Virginia
        8a. Claudia Burwell STRIBLING was born 11 Jun 1870 at “Clermont” Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Claudia died 9 Nov 1959. Claudia married John MARSHALL in 1927
        John MARSHALL was born in 1861 and died in 1933
        8b. Robert Mackey STRIBLING was born 1 Jan1872 at “Buck Farm” Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Robert died 2 Sep 1897 in Williamsburg, Virginia.
        8c. Henry Clarkson STRIBLING was born 20 Aug 1874 at “Leeds”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Henry married Susan Amelia LAWTON 28 Jun 1900
        8d. James Keith MARSHALL was born 20 Mar 1877, “Leeds” Fauquier County, Virginia.
        James died 2 Aug 1955 at Saint Louis, Missouri
        James married Jane Taylor AMBLER 15 Nov 1906. Jane was born 6 Nov 1879 in Fleming
        County, Kentucky. Jane died 5 Jun 1957 in Saint Louis, Missouri
        8e. Gray Carroll STRIBLING was born 20 May 1879 at “Leeds”, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Gray died 22 Nov 1968 in Pasadena, California. Gray married Louise Saunders
        LOCKWOOD 12 Jul 1911 Louise was born 5 Jan 1833 at St Louis, Missouri. Louise died
        Died 17 Oct at Pasadena, California.
        8f. Lizzie Jaquelin “Lal” STRIBING was born 1 Jan 1882 at “Clermont” Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Lizzie died 23 Apr 1971 at “Hartlands”, Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Lizzie married Alexander Gibson GREEN 14 Jul 1910. Alexander was born 26 Nov 1877
        At Markham, Fauquier County, Virginia. Alexander died 19 Apr 1950 at “Hartlands,
        Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6e. Mary Lucinda CLARKSON married Dr Reuben MERIDETH. Reuben was born 24 May 1791 and
        died in 1840
        7a. William Clarkson MERIDETH was born 14 Dec 1822
        7b. John Scott MERIDETH was born 29 July 1824
        7c. Henry Clarkson MERIDETH was born 11 Aug 1826
        7d. Anne Elizabeth MERIDETH was born 14 Oct 1828
        7e. Samuel MERIDETH was born 3 Dec 1830
        7f. Steptoe Pickett MERIDETH was born 19 Mar 1833
        7g. Jaquelin Marshall MERIDETH was born 16 Mar 1835 Jaquelin married Ellen Monroe
        BANKHEAD about 1857
        8a. John Scott MERIDETH was born in 1868. John married Sarah Louise CLARKE in 1904.
   
        6f. Judith Mildred CLARKSON

        5g. Elizabeth Pickett was born in 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth married Hon. John
        SCOTT son of Rev. John SCOTT and Elizabeth GORDON. John SCOTT married Betsy B
        PICKETT 12 Feb 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Betsy (ward of John BLACKWELL.)
        Elizabeth died 16 Sep 1862. John SCOTT was born 3 Feb 1781 1779 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        and died 17 Jan 1850 They are buried in the Scott Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia
        6a. Elizabeth Gordon SCOTT was born in 1805
        6b. Robert Eden SCOTT was born 23 April 1808 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He was killed
        during the Civil War by a Yankee Deserter 3 May 1862. Robert married ( Elizabeth
        TAYLOR) 10 Mar 1831 married (2) Heningham Watkins LYONS in Dec 1849
        6c. Maria M SCOTT was born July 1814 married Arthur Alexander MORSON 8 May 1833
        6d. Lucy SCOTT died young
        6e. Margaret Gordon SCOTT was born in May 1817
        died 17 May 1866. Margaret married Robert Eden LEE 9 Oct 1835 by Rev Mr. THOMPSON
        Robert Eden LEE was born 7 Sep 1810 at Gordonsdale, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Robert Eden LEE was killed 14 July 1843 (Excurus-Lee page 543, vii)
        6f. John SCOTT was born 23 Apr 1820. John married Harriet Augusta CASKEY 14 Nov 1850
        6g. Mildred SCOTT was born in 1821 and died early.
        6h. Martin Pickett SCOTT was born in 1823 Martin married Caroline Pocahontas Bernard
        at Blacksburg College, Virginia
        6i. Charles Francis SCOTT son of the Honorable and Elizabeth SCOTT born 1 Aug 1829 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia and died 15 Feb 1846
     
Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 24, page 50
SCOTT John and his wife Elizabeth- 1 Feb 1819, 29 Feb 1820 - Sale of Property - sold to Benj George amount not given for a certain tract of land containing 203 acres, 25 poles with all it appurtenances, situated in Fauquier County, Virginia on the east side of Elk Run, surveyor Zachariah Cox, signed by John Scott and E. B. Scott, witness Thornton Buckner, JP & Edward Digges JP received by Daniel Withers CC Book 24 page 50
       
Virginia Genealogies, Scott Family page 644
Admitted to the bar 1801, he at once gave promise of the eminence in the profession which he was destined to achieve. In short time he was one of the leading lawyers in Northern Virginia. No reputation is more transitory and fleeting than that of an advocate. That the memory of his forensic ability should still survive after the lapse of three quarters of a century is perhaps the most conclusive evidence that could be offered of the high esteem in which he was held by his contemporaries.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865
By Dee Ann Buck

SCOTT, John (of Oakwood)-Will-19 Feb 1846, 28 Jan 1850, Wife: Betty Blackwell Scott to enjoy my Oakwood estate with all slaves, stock, horses & household furniture for her natural life, Son John Scott to be given another tract of land near the home farm, addition to a tract of land south & west of my Oakwood estate this land purchased from Peter Hitt’s estate about 3000 acres, the remaining half of land in Il and Mo & to receive my law books and his choice of riding horse: and if he should die without heirs this land to go to my daughter Maria, Son: Robert E. Scott all the land and other things already received of me and after the death of wife to be given the farm called “Oakwood” estate, Son: Martin P to received from his brother Robert Scott $5000 from profit of above farm and to receive my lands in Culpeper near White Sulphur Springs, this land was conveyed to me by Robert E. Lee and the legal title is in my daughter’s Margaret G. Lee’s name. Daughter: Maria M MORSON (wife of Arthur ) to keep the slaves and other bonds already received by me and I give her my Rosser Farm, Daughter Margaret G Lee to have half of my lands in Il and Mo and the tract of land in Fauquier County, Virginia purchased from Steptoe Pickett, to receive her maid Ann & choice of 2 slaves,certain bonds given to her husband, furthermore I have given her less than the others for she is “amply provided for her late most worthy husband.” Children Maria M. Morson and my sons John and Martin P Scott to have the residue of my estate to be equally divided between them, The closing sentence in his will with the desire to join departed “Father, Mother, Brothers, sisters & children,: Exrs wife and Robert E Scott, son Wit: Samuel Chilton & James V Brooke, First codicil: 16 Mar 1847, deals with a mil which was part of son’s John Property, now to go the wife’s part, then to go to son Robert, Second Codicil: 3 Jan 1860 deals with the desire to build a dwelling house for daughter Maria, if not done she is to be given $2000 to complete that task. Mentions that his son D. M. Scot $1000 to help establishing himself in Richmond Virginia, Third codicil Mar 1847 wife wants daughter Maria M. Morson to received slave girl Lizzy (daughter of Amanda); Book 22, page 171
       
Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, and Joseph Scherer Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 2, page 181 Scott Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia
Located on Route 678 0.9 mile south of Route 691, in second field back of house and stable enclosed by excellent cinder block wall painted white.
In memory of honorable John SCOTT son of Reverend John and Elizabeth SCOTT Born Jan 1779 And died 17 Feb 1850
Betsy BLACKWELL daughter of Martin PICKETT and wife of Judge John SCOTT died 16 Sep 1862
Robert Eden SCOTT born 23 Apr 1808 killed by Yankee Deserter 3 May 1862
Margaret Gordon daughter of Judge John SCOTT AND wife of Robert Eden Lee died 17 May 1866
Robert Eden son of the Honorable Charles and Margaret Christiana LEE born Sep 1811 died 24 June 1840
Charles Francis SCOTT son of the Honorable and Elizabeth SCOTT born 1 Aug 1829 died 15 Feb 1846

        5i. Steptoe Pickett was born. 22 Jun 1790 at 'Paradise”, Fauquier County, Virginia Steptoe married
        Sarah Orrick Chilton daughter of Orrick CHILTON and Felitia CORBIN 10 Jan 1811. Steptoe
        died 16 Dec 1843 at Morgan County, Alabama at age 53. Steptoe resided at Limestone County,
        Alabama.
        6a. William Henry PICKETT was born in 1826. William Henry PICKETT married Annie Raines
        COLLIER about 1846. William died in 1890
        7a. Elizabeth Boleyn PICKETT was born about 1857. Elizabeth married William Henry Hardy
        8a. Stella Pickett HARDY was born in 1877

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 23 page 252
BLACKWELL, Steptoe - 23 Jul 1818, 23 Nov 1818 - Conveyance of Slaves - for one cent Judith BLACKWELL to have his slaves: Anna, and her three children; George, Nancy and Betsey, signed by Steptoe BLACKWELL witness: Thomas Blackwell and William Blackwell received by Daniel Withers CC Book 23, page 52.

William STANTON and Lucy BLACKWELL

4d. Lucy BLACKWELL was born 1749 in Prince William County, Virginia Lucy married
        William Stanton 24 Sep 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia , son of Thomas
        STANTON and Diana FIELD. William was born before 1749.
          
        Blackwell Genealogy page 9 indicates that Lucy married Wm SLAUGHTER.

        NOTE: Stella Pickett Hardy, Colonial Families of Southern States of America page 59
        States that Lucy married William SLAUGHTER of Fauquier County, Virginia.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 10 page 436 May 4, 1791, from William STANTON of Culpeper County, Virginia and Lucy his wife to Humphrey RICHARDS…William and Lucy STANTON grant to said Humphrey RICHARDS a certain tract of land in Fauquier County to contain about 1140 acres purchased by William STANTON of Armistead CHURCHILL recorded Feb 27, 1792

Children of Lucy BLACKWELL and William STAUNTON

        5a. Henry STAUNTON was born after 1773.
        5b. Elizabeth STAUNTON was born after 1773.
        5c. Joseph Blackwell STANTON was born after. 1773. Joseph married Grace
        ARRINGTON.
        5d. Sarah STAUNTON born after 1773. Sarah STANTON married Thornton
        BUCKNER
        5e. William STAUNTON Junior married Polly Moxley 22 Mar 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        William was the son of William STAUNTON.
        Polly Moxley STAUNTON married Joshua GRINAGE
                  Polly Moxley married Thomas Jefferson WALTTON (late Lucy STAUNTON)
   
Children of Lucy Blackwell and William SLAUGHTER

        5f. Arthur Slaughter
        5g. Henry Slaughter
        5h. Martin Slaughter
        5i. Dianna Slaughter
        5j. Augustine Slaughter
        5k. Ann Slaughter

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 27 page 240
COOKE, Edward E. (recorded the court bill) 23 Feb 1819, 22 Sep 1823 - Confirmation of Ownership of Property0 whereas John E. COOKE called the orator to give a history of that property in question, Wm Staunton purchase of Martin Pickett a lot in the town of Warrenton, Virginia for valuable consideration and paid him the purchase money, but did not obtain a Deed of Conveyance, that afterward said Wm STAUNTON (while acting as Deputy Sheriff under Samuel Blackwell) became indebted to the Commonwealth of Virginia in the year 1801, which said Samuel Blackwell paid his debt used as his collateral said lot which now contained a house conveyed over to said Samuel Blackwell in turn told the lot with a house in 1808 to John A.W. Smith and in 1813 he sold the property to Thomas HENDERSON and in 1816 he sold the property to said John E. COOKE, the probable for the orator since Martin Pickett died without issuing a title to said Wm Staunton, said property is not still listed to be the property of said Wm Staunton in the court case “John Scott and John Coakley (executors of Robert Walker vs Wm Staunton as described in his old Deed of Trust dated Jun 1801 for the benefit of said Robert Walker, now the purpose of this bill before the clerk, it is the hope of the orator prays that the said Thomas Henderson, John A.W. Smith and Samuel Chilton and his wife Lucinda and Nancy Gillerson (late Nancy Blackwell) heirs of Samuel Blackwell deceased & Margaret Blackwell (widow of said Samuels Blackwell), Lucy Marshall, Ann Brooke, George B. Pickett, Steptoe Pickett, Ann D. Morgan and her husband Daniel Morgan, Henry Clarkson, Eliza Clarkson, Caroline Stribling and her husband Robert M. Stribling, Mary Clarkson and Mildred Clarkson, Charles Johnson Junior, Lucy Johnston, Edward Johnston and Arthur Slaughter, Henry Slaughter, Martin Slaughter, Dianna Slaughter, Augustine Slaughter and Ann Slaughter, John Scott & his wife Elizabeth (heirs of Martin Pickett deceased) and Joshua Grinage and his wife Polly (late Polly Staunton, widow of Wm Staunton Jr. deceased and Lucy Walton (late Lucy Staunton and her husband Thomas Jefferson WALTON (heirs of the late Wm Staunton Junior.) that they will agree to make a clear and proper title of conveyance to the house and lot containing 1 acres 3 roods, 19 poles to said orator, signed by Edward E. Cooke, recived by John A.W. Smith, CC Book 27 page 240

Fauquier County guardian bond
William Stanton, guardian of Lucy Moxley, orphan of [blank] 28 March 1797 for
$3,000. Security: Charles Marshall. Note enclosed: "I hereby agree that Colo. William Stanton of the County of Fauquier Shall be appointed my Guardian. Lucy Moxley. March 28th 1797. Lucinda Stanton, Stanton Slaughter."

John CHILTON and Lettetia BLACKWELL

4e. Letitia BLACKWELL, was born 3 Oct 1750 in Prince William County, Virginia. Letetia married
        Capt. John CHILTON, 10 Apr 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia. John was born near Rock Spring,
        Prince William. County, Virginia 1739 and died about 1777 at the Battle of Brandywine. Letetia
        died 10 Dec 1775 at Rock Spring, Prince William County, Virginia at the age of 25.

        John CHILTON was the son of Thomas CHILTON and Jemima COOKE of Westmorland County,
        Virginia. Peter Peterson indicates from his research that all of the children of John CHILTON and
        Letitia BLACKWELL were born in Prince William County, Virginia.

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
John CHILTON of “Rock Spring”, was born 29 August 1739, and died 11 September 1777; was Capt. Of 3rd Va. Regiment, 2nd April 1775; Col MARSHALL commanding, he was killed at the Battle of Brandywine where the 3d Va. was annihilated, after saving the American Army; a diary kept by him during greater part of his military campaign recording principal events of the war, is now owned by his great granddaughter Mrs. Eugene MacDonnell of Baltimore; another great-granddaughter, Mrs. C. B. Ryan, of Norfolk, Va., has a valuable letter written by him to his father in law, Mr. Joseph Blackwell, describing the comparative strength of the British and American forces outside of New York; accompanying it is a drawing executed by himself of the relative position of each army; married 10 April 1768 Letitia BLACKWELL, daughter of Joseph and Lucy (STEPTOE) BLACKWELL, b 3rd October 1750. Colonial Families of the United States Volume I Edited by George Norbury Mackenzie, LLB Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, MD 1912, 1966, 1995

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
Page 62
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John Chilton, 1739-1777, and Charles Chilton, 1741-1793 were sons of Maj Thomas and Jemima (Cooke) Chilton of Cople Parish, Westmoreland county. John Chilton came to Fauquier County before 1765 and married Laetitia Blackwell, daughter of Joseph and Lucy (Steptoe) Blackwell. They lived at “Rock Spring” near Baldwin’s ridge. Charles Chilton married Elizabeth Blackwell, sister of his brothers’s wife. The lived at “Hereford” on land adjoining “Rock Spring”.

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
Page 89
Laetitia (BLACKWELL) CHILTON was one of the attractive daughter of the Honorable Joseph Blackwell of Fauquier. They were married 10 Apr 1768, when she was eighteen He. Had, though, staked his claim early. Curiously the marriage bond was dated 10 Dec 1765, when she was only fifteen. They had five children in six years. It is not surprising that it was to much for her, though no one considered that at the time. Suddenly the world that had seemed so golden in the first flush of victory, lay shattered at his feet.

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
Page 206 The first column of British infantry had just reached the edge of the wood as Captain John Chilton fell with a gaping wound in his side. Fully conscious, he realized that the musket ball that had torn through his vitals had done damage beyond the power of any physician to repair. Around him the battle surged. There were so few against so many, too few to spare any to take him from the field. Here he would stay, under a tree, and watch their valiant efforts. Perhaps his presence might give them greater courage. He had nothing more to give.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 10 page 170 Sep 28, 1789 from Martin PICKETT, Charles
CHILTON, And Thomas KEITH Gentleman executors of the will of John CHILTON Senior

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 2 page 291-292 John CHILTON (Division)
Division by: Ambrose BARNETT, George ROGERS, Thos. SANDERS
        Details: To: Thomas Chilton: Negroes Joseph Chilton: Negroes
        Lucy Chilton: Negroes George Chilton: Negroes
        Nancy Chilton: Negroes returned 23 Sep 1793

        William CHILTON (Division) Date 2 Jan 1792.
        Divided by: Ambrose BARNETT, Thos RANSDELL, George ROGERS Junior.
        Details: To: Orrick Chilton - Negroes Susanna Chilton - Negroes
        William Chilton - Negroes Returned 23 Sep 1793

Will Book 2 page 290-291 Charles CHILTON (Inventory) Appraised by Ambrose BARNETT, George ROGERS Returned 23 Sep 1793

Children of John CHILTON and Lettetia BLACKWELL

        5a. Thomas CHILTON was born 10 May 1769. Thomas married Jane CORBIN 28 Nov 1792 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia. Thomas died before 1843 in Kanawha County, Virginia
        5b. George CHILTON was born in Prince William County, Virginia 5 Jul 1770 or 6 Nov 1772 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia. George married Mary Ellen BALL 26 Jan 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        George died 4 Nov 1852 in Henry County, Kentucky. Mary E BALL was born 10 Oct 1770 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia the daughter of John BALL and Sarah Ellen PAYNE. Mary Ellen CHILTON died in
        1855.
        5c. Nancy CHILTON was born 20 Oct 1771. Nancy married Augustine SMITH 13 Dec 1798 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia.
        5d. Lucy CHILTON was born 20 Dec 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy died 26 Oct 1855 in
        Henry County, Kentucky Lucy married John RANSDELL 28 Nov 1792 in Fauquier Co, VA. He is the
        son of William RANSDELL and Mary CHILTON of Fauquier County, Virginia.

Joseph CHILTON and Ann SMITH

        5e. Joseph CHILTON was born 20 Sep 1771 / 20 Sep 1774 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph married
        Ann SMITH 25 Apr 1795 was the daughter of Capt Thomas SMITH and Elizabeth ADAMS.
        Joseph CHILTON died 10 Nov 1841. Ann CHILTON died in 1820.
     
Fauquier County in the Revolution page 31 “Three of the signers were sons of Major Thomas Chilton of Cople Parish, Westmoreland County. A fourth son, John Chilton, had already moved to the tract of land on Baldwin’s Ridge in Fauquier County and was thus not able to add his signature. Later two of the signers, William and Charles Chilton would join him there, leaving “Currioman,” the Chilton’s Westmoreland estate, to their nephew. We find him just before the Revolution presiding over the meeting at which the men of Fauquier protested the Boston Port Bill, Reading a little further we find the names of John and Joseph Blackwell, sons of Samuel BLACKWELL of Northumberland.”

Fauquier County in the Revolution page 62. “John Chilton, 1739-1777 and Charles Chilton 1741-1793 were sons of Maj Thomas and Jemima (Cooke) Chilton of Cople Parish Westmoreland County. John Chilton came to Fauquier County before 1776 and married Laetitia Blackwell, daughter of Joseph and Lucy (Steptoe) Blackwell. They lived at “Rock Spring”, near Baldwins Ridge. Charles Chilton married Elizabeth Blackwell, sister of his brother’s wife. They lived at “Hereford” on land adjoining “Rock Spring”.

Fauquier County in the Revolution page 110 “Captain John Chilton’s will, written the 24th of August, was as might be expected, crisp and businesslike. He provided for all his children, leaving “Rock Spring” to his eldest son Thomas, along with his surveying instruments. Careful provision was made for their education and maintenance until grown. The executors were Major Martin PICKETT AND Thomas KEITH both married to sisters of his wife) and his brother Charles. The witnesses were officers of his own battalion. Samuel Boyd, John Blackwell, John Ashby, Isham Keith and Joseph Blackwell Jr. It was obviously written en route. The Captain could not permit himself the luxury of stopping along the way he signed himself “John Chilton of the Third Regiment of Virginia Regulars.”

Fauquier County in the Revolution by T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott, 1998, page 201 “It is absolutely impossible to reconcile the dates of birth of John Chilton’s five children given in the Bulletin of the Fauquier Society, June 1923, pp 326-327 and elsewhere, with internal evidence in his letters. The only logical order is contained in his will, i.e. Thomas was the eldest, followed by Joseph, Lucy, George and Nancy.

        5a. Thomas CHILTON was born 10 May 1769. Thomas married Jane CORBIN 28 Nov 1792 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia. Thomas died before 1843 in Kanawha County, Virginia.
       
George CHILTON and Mary Ellen BALL

        5b. George CHILTON was born 5 Jul 1770 or 6 Nov 1772 in Fauquier County, Virginia. George
        married Mary Ellen BALL 26 Jan 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia. George died 4 Nov 1852
        in Henry County, Kentucky. Mary Ellen BALL was born 10 Oct 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        the daughter of John BALL and Sarah Ellen PAYNE.
       
John Ball CHILTON married (1) Helen STEWART and (2) Evelina RANSDALL

        6a. John Ball CHILTON was born 1 Nov 1794 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        John married (1) Helen STEWART 27 Jan 1821 in Henry County, Kentucky. John married
        (2) Evelina RANSDALL 4 May 1830 in Henry County, Kentucky. John died 25 Apr
        1871. John was living in Henry County Kentucky in the 1850 census.

Children of John Ball CHILTON and Helen STEWART

        7a. George Blackwell CHILTON was born about 113. He married Caroline BALL about 1835.
        George died 16 Nov 1876 in Henry County, Kentucky.
        8a. Malissa CHILTON was born in 1839 in Henry County, Kentucky
        8b. John S. CHILTON was born in 1841 in Henry County, Kentucky
        8c. Joseph W. CHILTON was born in 1843 in Henry County, Kentucky
        (see 1850 Henry County, Kentucky Census)

        7b. John B. CHILTON was born 22 May 1818 in Henry County, Kentucky. John married
        (1) Elizabeth Johnson 22 Jan 1841 and (2) married Sarah J. KEITH WELCH in 1867 in Marion
        County, Kentucky

Children of John Ball CHILTON and Eveline RANSDELL

        7c. Levi S. CHILTON (Rev) was born 26 Apr 1831. Levi married Lucy A. (maiden name not
        known) Levi died 2 Feb 1917 at Henry County, Kentucky at age 85.
        7d. Benjamin Franklin CHILTON was born in 1836
        7e. Samuel Marion CHILTON was born 21 Nov 1840. Samuel died 16 Feb 1913 age 72.

George CHILTON and Hannah Maria RANSDELL

        6b. George CHILTON Junior was born 15 Nov 1801 in Fauquier County, Virginia. George married
        Hannah Mariah RANSDELL 10 Oct 1825 in Henry County, Kentucky George died 4 July, 1859.

Children of George CHILTON Jr and Hannah Mariah RANSDELL

        7a.           Henry Smith CHILTON was born 29 Dec 1826 in Henry County, Kentucky. Henry
        married Susan RANDSDELL 8 Apr 1847. Henry died 20 Aug 1904 at age 77. Henry is
        is found in the 1850 Henry County, Virginia Census.
        7b. John Ransdell CHILTON, was born 18 Apr 1828 and died 17 Dec 1841
        7c.           George CHILTON was born 22 Dec 1831George died 11 Sep 1920
        7d. Joseph Thomas CHILTON was born 24 Mar 1834; Joseph died 1896.
        7e.           James Franklin CHILTON was born 12 Dec 1834 in Henry County, Kentucky. James
        married Margaret TURK.
        8a. Jessie CHILTON was born in 1876. Jessie married Susie EVANS
        8b. Susie CHILTON was born 20 May 1877 at Lacie, Henry County, Kentucky. Susie
        married Edward Alonzo SKIDMORE.
        7f.            Charles O. CHILTON was born 30 Apr 1836
        7g. William H. Harrison CHILTON was born 31 Aug 1838 in Henry County, Kentucky
        7h.           Nancy Jane CHILTON was born 21 Sep 1840 in Henry County, Kentucky and died
        28 Mar 1869
        7i. Francis M. CHILTON was born 29 Aug 1842 in Henry County, KY and died 8 Mar 1843.
        7j.           Susan Elizabeth CHILTON was born 6 May 1844 in Henry County, KY and died 25 July 1861
        7k.           Elvessa Johnson CHILTON was born 7 Feb 1847 in Henry County, KYand died 1930.
        7l.           Mariah Letitia CHILTON was born 13 Feb 1849 in Henry County, KY. and died 4 Nov 1852
        7m..          Mary Eveline CHILTON was born 28 Feb 1851 in Henry County, KY and died 12 Nov 1852
        7n.           Millard Fillmore CHILTON was born 26 Feb 1853 in Henry County, Kentucky

Children of George CHILTON Junior and Hannah Mariah RANSDELL
   
        6c. Nancy Jane CHILTON was born 1804 in Henry County, Kentucky Jane married Daniel
        STEWART 27 Jan 1821 in Henry County, Kentucky
. 6d. Lucy T. CHILTON was born 25 Sep 1807 in Henry County, Kentucky. Lucy married
        Hiram STEWART 23 Mar 1825 in Henry County, Kentucky. Lucy died 30 Nov 1847
        In Tippecanoe County, Indiana

Children of Lucy T. CHILTON and Hiram STEWART

        7a.           George Norman STEWART was born 13 Jun 1826 in Henry County, Kentucky
        George married Nancy Scott MARTIN about 1849 George died 28 May 1878 in
        Washington Twp, Newton County, Indiana
        7b. James Riley STEWART was born in 1827 in Henry County, Kentucky. James married Levinia
        BROWN about 1850. James married (secondly) Evaline BALL 30 Oct 1864
        Evaline BALL. Fauquier Co, VA Digest Vol 2 issue 13, 18 Jan 2002
        8a. Peter Victor STEWARD was born 10 Feb 1856. Peter married Laura Arista MYERS.
        7c. Charles Theodore STEWART was born in 1830 at Henry County, Kentucky
        7d. Mary Jane STEWART was born in 1832 at Henry County, Kentucky.
        7e.           John William STEWART was born in 1834 at Henry County, Kentucky. John
        married Elida A YOUNG John died 25 Apr 1920 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County,
        Indiana
        7f.           Lutecia Lucretia STEWART was born in 1836 in Henry County, Kentucky
        7g. Sarah STEWART was born about 1838 in Henry County, Kentucky.
        7h. Joseph W. STEWART was born 3 Nov 1839 in Henry County, Kentucky. Joseph married
        Mary A. GWIN about 1859.
        7i.           Lucy STEWART was born about Sep 1841 in Carroll County, Kentucky Lucy married
        Wilson SHIGLEY 25 Feb 1864.
        7J.           Susan STEWART

        6e. Mary CHILTON was born 1808 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6f. Susan Ball Blackwell CHILTON was born 13 Nov 1809 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Susan married John Allen STEWART 13 Oct 1825 in Henry County, Kentucky. Susan died
        13 Oct 1825 in Henry County, Kentucky

        5c. Nancy CHILTON was born 20 Oct 1771. Nancy married Augustine SMITH 13 Dec 1798 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia.

John RANSDELL and Lucy CHILTON

        5d. Lucy CHILTON was born 20 Dec 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy died 26 Oct 1855 in
        Henry County, Kentucky Lucy married John RANSDELL 28 Nov 1792 in Fauquier Co, VA. He was
        the son of William RANSDELL and Mary CHILTON of Fauquier County, Virginia.
        6a. Lettitia Chilton RANSDELL was born 20 Dec 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lettetia
        married Capt James ADMIRE 16 Jan 1812 at Henry County, Kentucky Letitia died 13 Nov
        1858 at Lincoln County, Missouri.
        6b. Thomas Jefferson RANSDELL was born 25 Dec 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Thomas Jefferson RANSDELL married Mary TURNER 2 Mar 1819. Thomas died 7
        Dec 1883 in Henry County, Kentucky
        6c . Benjamin Franklin RANSDELL was born about 1797 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Benjamin married (1) Catherine HARDWICK 6 Sep 1837 (2) Elizabeth GARDENER 30 June
     1873. Benjamin died 8 Jun 1876.
    6d. Elizabeth Betsy RANSDELL was born about 1798 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth
        married William C. MARTIN 20 Jan 1818 in Henry County, Virginia. Elizabeth died 17 Jun
        1835 in Madison County, Indiana. She was buried in Jun 1835 at Madison, Jefferson County,
        Indiana. He is buried in the John Paul Park Cemetery. William C. Martin was born in Henry
        County, Kentucky.
     6e. Mary Polly RANSDELL was born in 1799 in Henry County, Virginia. She married
        Johnson DAWKINS 29 Jan 1821 in Henry County, Kentucky. Mary died after 1850.
        6f. Lucy Ann RANSDELL was born 20 Mar 1803 in Henry County, Kentucky. Lucy married
        Thomas Sidney POWELL 17 Dec 1823 in Henry County, Kentucky. Lucy died 4 Aug 1853
        in Henry County, Kentucky They are buried in the Powell-Ransdell Cemetery.
        6g. Nancy RANSDELL was born in 1805 in Henry County, Kentucky. Nancy married John
        Elisha SCOTT 26 Aug 1823 at Henry County, Kentucky. Nancy died 12 Aug
        1849 at Lincoln County, Missouri
        6h. Evelina RANSDELL was born 12 Jun 1806 in Henry County, Kentucky. Evelina married
        John Ball CHILTON 4 May 1830 in Henry County, Kentucky. Eveline died 15 Apr 1852 in
        Henry County, Kentucky.
        6i. Hannah Mariah RANSDELL was born 12 Oct 1807 in Henry County, Kentucky. Hannah
        married twice (1) George CHILTON Junior 10 Oct 1825 in Henry County, Kentucky (2)
        Enoch MOREHEAD about 1860. Hannah died 19 Jul 1890 in Henry County, Kentucky.
        Enoch MOREHEAD and Hannah Mariah RANSDELL did not have children.
        6j. John C. RANSDELL was born 22 Mar 1809 in Henry County, Kentucky. John married
        Mary BOWEN 13 Feb 1844. John died 18 Mar 1891 at age 81.
        6k. Martha Susan Jane RANSDELL was born about 1811 in Henry County, Kentucky. Martha
        married (1) Thomas CHILTON 11 Feb 1839, (2) James VORIES 27 Mar 1865
        6l. William Henry Harrison RANSDELL was born about 1813 in Henry County, Kentucky.
        William married Martha Ann CARPENTER 22 Nov 1852. William died in 1896
        and he is buried there.

       
       
Captain James ADMIRE and Lettetia Chilton RANDSDELL

        6a. Lettitia Chilton RANSDELL was born 20 Dec 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lettetia
        married Capt James ADMIRE 16 Jan 1812 at Henry County, Kentucky Letitia died 13 Nov
        1858 at Lincoln County, Missouri.

Children of James ADMIRE and Letitia Chilton Ransdell
       
        7a.           John Ransdell ADMIRE was born about 1814 in Henry County, Kentucky. John died
        about 1839. John Ransdell Admire's name comes from a list from a Bible record by
        Pete Peterson's grandmother, Lelia Mary. This Bible has never been found.
        7b. George ADMIRE was born about 1815 in Henry County, Kentucky. He married
        Sarah Ellen SCOTT 15 Jan 1845 at Lincoln County, Missouri. George died before 26 July
        1853 at Lincoln County, Missouri. George ADMIRE will was probated Lincoln County,
        Missouri.
        8a. Melissa A. ADMIRE was born 18 Feb 1846 at Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri
        Melissa married Francis Marion Legan/Legon
        8b. William R. ADMIRE was born 23 Jan 1848 in Missouri. He married Patience Elizabeth
        PARSONS 7 Jan 1881 in Lincoln County, Missouri William died 10 Jun 1907 at
        Lincoln County, Missouri at age 59. He is buried at the Winfield Cemetery, Lincoln
        county, Missouri
        8c. George A. ADMIRE was born about 1851.
       
        7c. Thomas H ADMIRE was born 3 Nov 1816 in Henry County Kentucky. He married
(1)          Abigail 'Minty' SMITH 17 Apr 1838 at Trimble County, Kentucky and married
(2)          Louisa G. Nichols. 18 Oct 1855 in Lincoln County, Missouri
Thomas died 25 July 1888 in Lincoln County, Missouri. Thomas is buried in the Asbury
Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri. Thomas was a shoemaker and livid in Lincoln
County, Missouri.

Children of Thomas H. ADMIRE and Abigail “Minty” SMITH
8a. James B/Vandevar ADMIRE was born in 1839 in Kentucky. James married Lenah
        COCKE 14 Mar 1872 in Lincoln County, Missouri. He is buried in 9 Oct 1881 at
        Lincoln County, Missouri in the Salem Cemetery.
8b. George N/W ADMIRE was born 11 Jun 1841 in Henry County, Kentucky. George
        married Nancy Taylor LEWARK.
8c. Lucy Edmonia ADMIRE was born 24 Nov 1843 in Lincoln County, Missouri.
        Lucy married John T. ELSTON.

Children of Thomas H. ADMIRE and Louisa G. NICHOLS

    8d. Mary S/L ADMIRE was born about 1859 in Missouri
    8e. Eveline Elizabeth “Aunt B” ADMIRE was born 13 Oct 1860 at Snow Hill, Lincoln
        County, Missouri. Eveline married Gus Gorin ENGLISH
    8f. Martha L. ADMIRE was born 25 Jan 1863 at Snow Hill, Lincoln County, Missouri
        Martha married David L TURNBULL
8g. Araminta “Mintie” ADMIRE was born 23 Jun 1865 in Missouri. Araminta married
        Mr REYNOLDS about 1884. Araminta died 7 Mar 1931 at about age 65. Araminta
        Is buried in he New Hope Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri

       
        7d. William Martin ADMIRE was born on 29 Jul 1818 in Bedford County Kentucky
        William married Catharine Margaret PERKINS 28 Oct 1841 in Lincoln County,
        Missouri. William died 4 July 1896 in Wilton, Mucastine County, Iowa at about age
77.          He is buried in the Oakdale Cemetery
8a. Laura E. ADMIRE was born 12 Dec 1842 in Missouri. Laura married David E.
        MICHAEL 31 Dec 1862
8b. Sarah Viletta ADMIRE was born 1 Dec 1844. Sarah married Dr A. C. TOBIE
        17 Nov 1861
8c. Benjamin Franklin ADMIRE was born 17 Nov 1846 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        Benjamin married Ellen “Nellie” STUART 18 Aug 1880. Benjamin died 19 May
        1901 at age 54. He is buried in Oakdale, Antelope county, Nebraska
8d. Harriet Monirva ADMIRE was born 25 Dec 1848
8e. Ida Adelia ADMIRE was born 16 Nov 1850
8f. Mary Eveline ADMIRE was born 3 Mar 1855
8g. Henry Bascom ADMIRE was born 1 May 1857
8h. Lenora ADMIRE was born 27 July 1859
8i. William Oscar ADMIRE was born 25 Feb 1863
8j. Alice Bell ADMIRE was born 14 Jan 1866. Alice married James CRAIG 26 Aug 1891.

        7e. James Chilton ADMIRE was born 3 May 1820 in Kentucky James married (1) Elizabeth
        Frances GLORE married (2) Mary Anne MCCLAY about 1852 James died about 1865
        during the Civil War.
Children of James Chilton ADMIRE and Elizabeth Frances GLORE
        8a. Charles Allen ADMIRE was born 15 Mar 1849 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        Charles married (1) Emily CROCKETT (2) Polly Jane MOSS (3) Nancy J. GAYMAN/
        GRAYMON (4) Mary E WICKHAM

        Children of James Chilton ADMIRE and Mary Anne MCCLAY
        8b. James Carley “Hun” ADMIRE was born 3 Apr 1854 in Missouri. James married
        Rosaline B. PRICE
        8c. Willard Wing ADMIRE was born 1856. Williard married (1) Louisiana SEAGRESS
        (divorced) (2) Eveline “Eve” (3) Nellie ADAMS
        8d. Mary ADMIRE was born about 1858
        8e. Joseph Johnson ADMIRE was born 21 Dec 1861

        7f.            Squire J ADMIRE was born 12 Jan 1822 in Bedford County, Kentucky. Squire married
        Mary about 1861. Squire died 17 Oct 1902 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah at
        age 80; his body is buried at Batavia, Genesee County New York.
        7g. Eveline Elizabeth ADMIRE was born 6 Oct 1823 in Kentucky. Eveline married Perry
        PERKINS 29 Oct 1841 at Lincoln County, Missouri.
        7h. Mary Ann ADMIRE was born 15 Oct 1825 in Kentucky Mary married James
        Stuart /Stewart CANNON 22 Feb 1844 at Lincoln County, Missouri. May died 18 Apr 1900
        At Lincoln County, Missouri. Mary is buried in the New Salem Cemetery, Lincoln County
        Missouri
        8a. Marcus Alonzo “Lonnie” CANNON was born 26 Dec 1846. Lonnie married Delia Ellen
        FOXWELL
        8b. Eveline Elizabeth CANNON was born 18 Feb 1849. Evenline died 28 July 1857. Eveline
        is buried in the Admire Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri
        8c. Edgar Malbert “Hontz” CANNON was born 23 May 1851. Edgar married Mary Wiley
        CAMPBELL
        8d. Martha “Mattie” Jane CANNON was born 27 Nv 1853. Martha married John Charles
        DODGE.
        8e. Curtis Franklin “Jake” CANNON was born 5 May 1856. Curtis died 8 Jan 1921 and is
        buried in the New Salem Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri
        8f. Charles Tully CANNON was born 22 Jan 1859. Charles married Addie M. BROYLES
        8g. James Theo CANNON was born 10 Feb 1862. James died 12 Aug 1864
        8h. James William CANNON was born 12 Mar 1864. James married Margaret Darling
        TRESCOTT
        7i. Benjamin Franklin ADMIRE was born 12 Mar 1829 in Henry in Oldham County,
        Kentucky Benjamin married Margaret ELSTON.15 Nov 1849 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        Benjamin died 7 Oct 1875 at Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri and is buried in the Admire
        Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri
        8a. Mary Ellen ADMIRE was born 6 Nov 1850 in Lincoln County, Missouri, Mary married
        Henry Jasper WOODSON
        8b. Squire Blackwell ADMIRE was born 15 Apr 1853 in Lincoln County, Missouri. Squire
        married Lucy Wehde WADE
        8c. Matilda Ann ADMIRE was born 18 Dec 1855 in Lincoln County, Missouri. Matilda
        married Oscar ALLEN.
        8d. Eveline “Eva” ADMIRE was born 17 Aug 1858 at Winfield, Missouri. Eveline married
        Willard Wing ADMIRE
        8e. James Albert ADMIRE was born 9 Jan 1861 at Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri
        James married Ruth Ann DIXON
        8f. Thomas Franklin ADMIRE was born 14 Mar 1864 in Missouri. Thomas married Jane
        Dare WOODSON
        8g. Margaret Emma ADMIRE was born 14 Nov 1866 in Lincoln County, Missouri. Margaret
        married Mathias “Matt” P NICHOLS 26 Nov 1908 in Lincoln County, Missouri.
        Margaret died in 1944 and she is buried in the Highland Prairie Cemetery, in Lincoln
        County, Missouri
        8h. William Lee ADMIRE was born 12 May 1872 at Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri
        William married (1) Mary Katherine CAMPBELL (2) LouAnna Inman
       
        7j. Charles Blackwell ADMIRE was born 15 Nov 1832 at Henry County, Kentucky. Charles
        married (1) Leonoah CABANAS married 18 Apr 1857 in Lincoln County, Missouri. Divorced
        27 Sep 1866 in Lincoln County, Missouri (2) Elizabeth Ann FERGUSON 24 Nov 1868 in Salt
        Lake City, Utah married (3) Sarah 'Sallie' PARSONS 5 Jan 1894 in Lincoln County,
        Missouri. Charles died 22 Feb 1899 in Lincoln County, Missouri. He is buried in the Admire
        Cemetery, Lincoln county, Missouri
       
        Children of Charles Blackwell Admire and Leonoah Cabanas
       
        8a. Camille Medora ADMIRE was born 16 May 1858. Camille married Columbus Todd
        WOODSON
        Children of Charles Blackwell Admire and Elizabeth Ann Ferguson
        8b. Mary Viletta ADMIRE was born 4 Nov 1869 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah
        Mary married Charles GLADNEY
        8c. Elizabeth May ADMIRE was born 1 May 1872 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah
        Elizabeth married (1) Frank MEYER married (2) H. F. GEISER
        8d. Clara Evelyn ADMIRE was born 8 July 1876 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah
        Clara married Edgar Nicholas BLACKMAN
        8e. Annettie Earnestine ADMIRE was born 15 Sep 1877 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County,
        Utah. Annettie married (1) John Palesere (divorced) (2) Erwin Inslee BUTLER

        Children of Charles Blackwell ADMIRES and Sarah “Sallie” PARSONS
        8f. Alberta Bertie ADMIRE was born in 1897. Alberta married Elmo GUILLORY
        8g. Guy ADMIRE was born about 1899. Guy died in 1933.
       

Thomas Jefferson RANSDELL and Mary TURNER

        6b. Thomas Jefferson RANSDELL was born 25 Dec 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Thomas Jefferson RANSDELL married Mary TURNER 2 Mar 1819. Thomas died 7
        Dec 1883 in Henry County, Kentucky

Children of Thomas Jefferson RANSDELL and Mary TURNER
       
        7a.           Benjamin Franklin RANSDELL was born 20 Jun 1820 Benjamin
        married (1) Adaline BOURNE; 16 APR 1841
        married (2) Martha 'Patsey' VORIES; 21 Mar 1848
        married (3) Isabel Hawkins 11 Aug 1863 in Trimble County, Tennessee
        Benjamin died 1 Dec 1880
        Children of Benjamin Franklin RANSDELL and Adaline BOURNE
        8a. Lucy Jane RANSDELL was born in 1842. Lucy married Ben BARNETT about 1862
        Lucy died in 1898
        8b. George RANSDELL was born in1843. George married Minerva ALKIAH about 1863
        8c. Infant RANSDELL born about 1845 and died about 1845
        Children of Benjamin Franklin RANSDELL and Martha “Patsey” VORIES
        8d. Molly RANSDELL was born about 1849. Molly married John COBLIN about 1869
        8e. Robert RANSDELL was born about 1851
        8f. William Francis RANSDELL was born 4 Jan 1854 in Henry County, Kentucky
        William Francis RANSDELL married (1) 4 Jan 1854 Cora FALLIS married (2) Bettie
        VROIES
        8g. Sally RANSDELL was born about 1857. Sally married George TURNER about 1876
        8h. Carrie RANSDELL was born about 1859. Carried married George MONTFORT ABOUT
        1879
        8i. Katie RANSDELL was born about 12 Apr 1861. Katie died 20 Jan 1883. Katie is buried
        in the Chilton Cemetery, Henry County, Kentucky.

        Children of Benjamin Franklin RANSDELL and Isabel HAWKINS
        8j. Jennie RANSDELL was born about 1864. Jennie married George TURNER
        8k. John Hawkins RANSDELL was born about 1866 John married Jennie MORRIS
        8l. Lucinda RANSDELL was born about 1868. Lucinda married Morgan HAYDEN
        8m Martha “Mattie” RANSDELL was born 15 May 1869. Martha married Luther ELSTON
        8n. Frank RANSDELL was born about 1872. frank married Minnie ROBERTSON about 1893
        8o. Belle RANSDELL was born about 1874. Belle married Bob PENDLETON
        8p. Japer RANSDELL was born about 1878 married Norma SINGLETON about 1898
        8q. Smith RANSDELL was born about 1880 married Mary COWAN about 1902
        8r. Joseph RANSDELL was born about 1882 married Emma JENKINS
        8s. Charles R. RANSDELL married Miss MADDOX

        7b.           William RANSDELL was born about 1822
        7c. Joseph RANSDELL was born about 1824.
        7d          . Thomas RANSDELL was born about 1826.
        7e.           Lucy RANSDELL was born about 1826
        7f.           Mary Ann RANSDELL was born about 1828.
        7g          . Susan RANSDELL was born about 1830.
        7h.           Evaline RANSDELL was born about 1832.
        7i.           Martha Jane RANSDELL was born about 1834.
        7j           Notley RANSDELL was born 17 Apr 1837. Notley died 7 Apr 1862 at age 24; he is buried in
        Henry County, Kentucky.

        6c. Benjamin Franklin RANSDELL was born about 1797 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Benjamin married (1) Catherine HARDWICK 6 Sep 1837 (2) Elizabeth GARDENER 30 June
Benjamin died 8 Jun 1876.

William C. MARTIN and Elizabeth “Betsy” RANSDELL

6d. Elizabeth Betsy RANSDELL was born about 1798 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth
        married William C. MARTIN 20 Jan 1818 in Henry County, Virginia. Elizabeth died 17 Jun
        1835 in Madison County, Indiana. She was buried in Jun 1835 at Madison, Jefferson County,
        Indiana. He is buried in the John Paul Park Cemetery. William C. Martin was born in Henry
        County, Kentucky.

Children of Elizabeth “Betsy” RANSDELL and William C. MARTIN
       
        7a.           Joseph C. Martin born 22 Jun 1822 in Henry County, Kentucky and married Charlotte
        McCain CAMBLIN29 Sep 1849 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Joseph died 18 Dec 1903
        In Idell, Crawford county, Kansas at age 81 He is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery,
        Crawford County, Kansas.
        8a. Edgar Leonce MARTIN was born 15 Apr 1860 at Washington Township, Newton
        County, Indiana. Edgar married Ida Ellen PADGETT
        7b.           Nancy Scott MARTIN was born 13 Jun 1827 in Henry County, Kentucky and married
        George Norman STEWART about 1849; Nancy died 19 Dec 1894 in GOSPER County,
        Nebraska

6e. Mary Polly RANSDELL was born in 1799 in Henry County, Virginia. She married
        Johnson DAWKINS 29 Jan 1821 in Henry County, Kentucky. Mary died after 1850.
        6f. Lucy Ann RANSDELL was born 20 Mar 1803 in Henry County, Kentucky. Lucy married
        Thomas Sidney POWELL 17 Dec 1823 in Henry County, Kentucky. Lucy died 4 Aug 1853
        in Henry County, Kentucky They are buried in the Powell-Ransdell Cemetery.

Children of Thomas Sidney POWELL and Lucy Ann RANSDELL

        7a. Sarah POWELL was born in 1825 Sarah married Granville COBLIN about 1849. Sarah
        died in 1881 in Henry County, Kentucky Sarah is buried in the Port Royal Cemetery,
        Henry County, Kentucky.
        8a. John H. COBLIN was born about 1850. John died in 1912 in Henry County, Kentucky
        John is buried in the Port Royal Cemetery, Henry County, Kentucky
        8b. Lewis COBLIN was born about 1852. He married Sallie Coghill KING about 1872
        8c. Nettie COBLIN was born about 1854
        8d. Will COBLIN was born about 1856.

        7b. Solon A Hamilton POWELL born about 1828 at Kentucky. Solon married Dorcus
        STEWART about 1851.
        7c. John R. POWELL was born in 1831 in Kentucky
        7d. Eliza POWELL was born in 1832 in Kentucky
        7e. Elisha Keziah POWELL was born 19 Feb 1833. Elisha married Susan C.
        TURK 8 Dec 1864. Elisha died 10 Feb 1878.
        7f. Thomas Sidney POWELL was born in 1839 in Kentucky married Sarah HUNDLEY
        19 July 1864. Thomas died in 1869
        8a. Thomas Sidney POWELL 3rd was born 22 Mar 1866. Thomas married Lucy MEADOWS
        19 FEB 1890. Thomas died 29 Apr 1937
        7g. James R. POWELL was born 1840 in Kentucky and died 1854.
        7h. Lucy E. POWELL was born 1842 in Kentucky. Lucy married R. L. THOMAS
        12 Nov 1863

        6g. Nancy RANSDELL was born in 1805 in Henry County, Kentucky. Nancy married John
        Elisha SCOTT 26 Aug 1823 at Henry County, Kentucky. Nancy died 12 Aug
        1849 at Lincoln County, Missouri

Children of Elisha SCOTT and Nancy RANSDELL

        7a.           Sarah Ellen SCOTT was born 19 Nov 1827 in Kentucky. Sarah
        married (1) George Admire 15 Jan 1845 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        married (2) Joseph B. NELSON 12 Aug 1856 at Lincoln County, Missouri
        Sarah died 19 Dec 1906 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        Sarah is buried in the Winfield Cemetery, in Lincoln County, Missouri
        Children of Sarah Ellen SCOTT and George ADMIRE
        8a. Melissa A ADMIRE was born 18 Feb 1846 in Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri
        Melissa married Francis Marion LEGAN or LIGON
        8b. William R. ADMIRE was born 23 Jan 1848 in Missouri. William married Patience
        Elizabeth PARSONS
        8c. Georgia A. PARSONS was born about 1851 in Missouri

        Children of Sarah Ellen SCOTT and Joseph B. NELSON
        8d. Mary C. NELSON was born 10 July 1857 at Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri
        married (1) George W. WALCOTT
        married (2) Mr. BLACKMORE.
        8e. Rosella NELSON was born in Aug 1859 in Missouri Rosella died before 1906
        8f. Campbell C. NELSON was born 27 Oct 1861 Campbell died 14 Dec 1862 in Lincoln
        County, Missouri. Campbell is buried in the Nelson Family Cemetery, in Lincoln County,
        Missouri
        8g. Katie NELSON was born 26 Jun 1862. Katie died 12 Sep 1885. Katie is buried at Winfield, Lincoln County, Missouri
        8f. Joseph NELSON was born in 1866. JOSEPH died on 2 Nov 1906
        8g. Scott NELSON was born in 1868 in Missouri
        7b. Mary J SCOTT was born about 1829.
        7c.           Elijah SCOTT Elijah was born about 1831.
        7d. Charles P. Scott was born about 1833.

        6h. Evelina RANSDELL was born 12 Jun 1806 in Henry County, Kentucky. Evelina married
        John Ball CHILTON 4 May 1830 in Henry County, Kentucky. Eveline died 15 Apr 1852 in
        Henry County, Kentucky.

Children of John Ball CHILTON and Evelina RANSDELL
       
        7a.           Levi S. CHILTON (Revv) was born 26 Apr 1831. Levi married Lucy A. (unknown)
        7b. Benjamin Franklin CHILTON was born 1836.
        7c.           Samuel Marion CHILTON was born 21 Nov 1840.
   
George CHILTON and Hannah Mariah RANSDELL

        6i. Hannah Mariah RANSDELL was born 12 Oct 1807 in Henry County, Kentucky. Hannah
        married twice (1) George CHILTON Junior 10 Oct 1825 in Henry County, Kentucky (2)
        Enoch MOREHEAD about 1860. Hannah died 19 Jul 1890 in Henry County, Kentucky.
        Enoch MOREHEAD and Hannah Mariah RANSDELL did not have children.

Children of George CHILTON and Hannah Mariah RANSDELL

        7a. Henry Smith CHILTON was born 29 Dec 1826 and married Susan RANSDELL
        7b.            John Ransdell CHILTON was born 18 Apr 1828.
        7c.            George CHILTON III was born 22 Dec 1831.
        7d            Joseph Thomas CHILTON was born 24 Mar 1834.
        7e.            James Franklin CHILTON was born 12 Dec 1834 in Kentucky, married Margaret TURK
        7f.            Charles O. CHILTON was born 30 Apr 1836.
        7g.            William H. Harrison CHILTON was born 31 Aug 1838 in Kentucky.
        7h          . Nancy Jane CHILTON was born 21 Sep 1840.
        7i.           Francis M. CHILTON was born 29 Aug 1842.
        7j.           Susan Elizabeth CHILTON was born 6 May 1844.
        7k.           Elvessa Johnson CHILTON was born 7 Feb 1847.
        7l.           Mariah Letitia CHILTON was born 13 Feb 1849 at Kentucky
        7m. Mary Eveline CHILTON was born 28 Feb 1851.
        7n. Millard Fillmore CHILTON was born 26 Feb 1853.

        6j. John C. RANSDELL was born 22 Mar 1809 in Henry County, Kentucky. John married
        Mary BOWEN 13 Feb 1844. John died 18 Mar 1891 at age 81.
        6k. Martha Susan Jane RANSDELL was born about 1811 in Henry County, Kentucky. Martha
        married (1) Thomas CHILTON 11 Feb 1839, (2) James VORIES 27 Mar 1865
        6l. William Henry Harrison RANSDELL was born about 1813 in Henry County, Kentucky.
        William married Martha Ann CARPENTER (not sure) 22 Nov 1852. William died in 1896
        and he is buried there.

        5e. Joseph CHILTON was born 20 Sep 1774 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph applied for
        a marriage bond for Ann SMITH 24 Mar 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia. They were actually
        married 2 April 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph died 10 Nov 1841 at age 67.

Children of Joseph CHILTON and Ann SMITH

        6a. Elizabeth CHILTON was born 2 Feb 1797. She married Conway Spilman 11 Nov. 1840.
        She died in Nov 1861 at age 64. They had no children.
        6b. Thomas CHILTON was born 15 Dec 1798 and died on 19 Aug 1799

Isham KEITH and Juliet CHILTON

        6c. Juliet CHILTON was born 28 Jun 1800. Juliet married Isham KEITH, Sr. 27 Jan 1823 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia. Juliet died 25 April 1887 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Isham was born 11 April, 1801 and died 6 August, 1863 in Fauquier.

Children of Juliet CHLTON and Isham KEITH

        (3 children lived to adulthood)
        7a. Isham KEITH, Jr. was born 6 Sep 1833. Isham married 20 December, 1854 Sarah
        Agnes BLACKWELL. Isham died 19 Sept. 1902. Sarah was born 14 February, 1839
        and died 3 Nov. 1912.
        7b. James KEITH (Judge) was born 7 Sep 1839. He married (1) Lilias Gordon Morson
        8 June 1873 and (2) Frances Barkesdale Morson 16 Feb. 1887. He died 2 Jan. 1918
        and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.
        7c. Lucy S. Keith born abt 1841 (on 1860 census in Fauquier)

        6d. Jane Letticia CHILTON was born 2 Jan 1802. Jane died on 18 Sep 1831 at age 29
        6e. Joseph Orrick CHILTON was born 16 Aug 1804. Joseph died 5 Jun 1879
        6f. Mark Anthony CHILTON was born 2 Feb 1807. Mark died 19 Nov 1816 age 9
        6g. Lucy Steptoe CHILTON was born 24 Aug 1810. Lucy died 7 May 1904 at age 93.
        6h. Caroline CHILTON was born 8 Sep 1812. “Twin” Caroline died 8 Oct 1817 at age 7
        6i. Ann Smith CHILTON was born 8 Sep 1812. “Twin” She married Edward P. Johnston in 1832
        in Fauquier. Ann died 13 Aug 1893 at age 80.
        6j. John Augustine CHILTON was born 1 Sep 1815. John married Mary Chapman WILSON
        about 1845 secondly he married Katherine MASSIE about 1858. John died 16 Aug 1886.
        John Augustine CHILTON and Mary Chapman WILSON did not have children.

See Chilton/Smith/Keith Family Bible, Virginia Historical Society Mss6:4 C4395:2. Some birthdates illegible.

Children of John Augustine CHILTON and Katherine MASSIE
    
        7a. John Patrick CHILTON was born in 1859 and died in 1868.
        7b. Ann SMITH Chilton was born in 1860. Ann married Eugene MCDONNELL about 1883.
        7c. Mary Stuart CHILTON was born about 1861 and died in 1861.
        7d. Lucy Steptoe CHILTON was born about 1863. Lucy married Andrew Lewis ELLETT
        about 1884.
        7e. Orrick CHILTON was born about 1866. Orrick died 27 July 1816.
        7f. Sally Alexander CHILTON was born about 1867. Sally married Charles Burrill RYAN.
        7g. John Ignatius CHILTON was born in 1871 and died in 1872.

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1 page 320 John CHILTON “of the Third Regiment of Virginia Volunteers” Will dated 24 Aug 1776
Children: Joseph, Lucy, George, Nancy - that the land of purchased of Debutts be sold when my son Thomas comes to age and the money arising from sale of said land to be equally divided between my four children
Son: Thomas - the land given me by my father on which I lately lived, also my surveying instruments. The small piece of land joining the Shackleford & Parker I wish to be cleared from the office and sodl the money to be laid out at the discretion of my executors for the benefit of my children (previous provisions for their education and maintenance).
Executors: Major Martin Pickett, Mr Thomas Keith and Charles Chilton
Signed John Chilton
Witness - Sam’l Boyd, John Blackwell, Junior, John Ashby, Junior, Isham Keith, Joseph Blackwell, Jr.
Returned : 24 Nov 1777 proved by order of Samuel Boyd, John Ashby Jr, and Isham Keith. Charles Chilton and Thomas Keith granted certificate to obtain probate.

Fauquier County Will Book 1 page 357-358 John Chilton (Inventory) appraised by George Rogers, Jas Hathaway, Ambrose Barnett, returned 28 Sep 1778

Joseph BLACKWELL and Ann EUSTACE

        4f. Joseph BLACKWELL was born 1752 in Prince William County, Virginia, and Will
        Written 20 Jun 1820 proved 23 Oct 1826. Joseph died 6 Oct 1826 (obituary found in
        newspaper compilation in Richmond, Virginia). Joseph married Ann EUSTACE HULL
        28 Dec 1784 in Stafford County, Virginia, the daughter of Isaac EUSTACE and Agatha
        CONWAY, and widow of Edward Hull. William EUSTACE was the bondsman dated
        21 Dec 1784 in Stafford County, Virginia. Ann was born 1765, and died 2 Dec 1840 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia . Joseph and Ann are buried in the Blackwell (Joseph) Cemetery,
        “The Meadows”, Bethel, near Warrenton, Virginia.

Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 by Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, and Joseph Scherer Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 2, page 8
Joseph BLACKWELL Cemetery, “The Meadows”, Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia. Located East Route 628 at first farm past Bethel Methodist Church, on edge of field at back of stone house, fenced about 50 field stone markers, quite large plot. Well kept with board fence around it. Resurveyed October 28, 1993.

Some fifty or more unmarked graves may be indicated by rough fieldstones. Brigadier General John B. ROSE, great grandson of Joseph Blackwell Jr. was born at The Meadows in 1885 and lived there fifteen years after World War II.

General Rose who owned The Meadows, had a lot of data prior to his death, but his notes on the Cemetery are not available. Joseph Blackwell 1752-1826 married Anne Eustace HULL 1766- 1840, Hardee’s ref according to Mrs. Jones. Descendents and relatives who lived at “Clifton”, “Road Island”, “West View”, “Loretta”, etc were buried here, at Alton or in Warrenton Cemeteries.

Joseph BLACKWELL Junior 2nd Lt 3rd Va Regt Contl Line 1752-1826 and his wife Ann Eustace Hull Blackwell 1761-1840 (Joseph Blackwell Junior also served as a major in the Virginia militia and was a son of the first sheriff of Fauquier county; headstone was placed in Aug 1989.)

Ann was the widow of Capt Edward HULL who was killed in the War while enforcing conscription.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 18 page 640.
BLACKWELL, Joseph & his wife Ann- 29 Oct 1812, 27 Apr 1813 - Sale of Property - sold to Thomas Henderson for $75 a lot of ground in the town of Warrenton, Virginia on Main Street South 4th Street, signed by Joseph Blackwell and Ann Blackwell Witness” Johnze Tongue, Wm B Cordell & Gus H. Horner, received by H.R. Campbell, CC Book 18 page 640.

Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, Stella Pickett Hardy page 62.
“He took a prominent and active part in affairs of both Church and State; was a Vestryman of Dittengen Parish, Prince William County and a Burgess from Prince William and later from Fauquier, signed the Westmorland Protest of 1776 ……in the Subsistence Department Va. Line, in the revolutionary War; received a large grant in Kentucky for his services. He married Anne (Eustace Hull) (28 Dec 1783) widow of Capt Edward Hull, who was killed during the Revolutionary War while enforcing conscription; daughter of Isaac and Agatha (Conway) Eustace, of Stafford County,”

Family Bible of Albert Gallatin SMITH makes the following statement:
Lucy BLACKWELL daughter of Joseph BLACKWELL and Ann EUSTACE was born Mar 3, 1793 (not sure this makes sense)

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
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John Blackwell, 1755-1823, married 1779, Agatha Ann Eustace, daughter of Isaac Eustace of Stafford County and widow of Capt Edwin Hull. Joseph Blackwell 1752-1826, married 1784, Ann Eustace, sister of his brother’s wife. Stella Pickett Hardy in Colonial Families of the Blackwell, who had the higher commission, was only 21 in 1776 and three years younger than his brother who served under him. It seems unlikely.

in the Rev War Pension file is a deposition of Joseph Blackwell dated 24 July 1820 in which he is "aged 63 years in August next" [so born 1757] served as a cadet in 3rd Virginia Regiment Commanded by Colo James Mercer in Capt John Ashby's company to about the beginning of 1777, was appointed Lieutenant in the 10th Regiment Commanded by Col Edward Stevens and continued until the Virginia Regiments were reduced when the 10th became the 6th and was Commanded by Colo John Green; was appointed Captain in the 6th and continued until the end of the war, I was in the following battles: Harlem, Hight & White Plains in New York Brandywine and Germantown, Pennsylvania Monmouth New Jersey and Siege of Charlestown South Carolina where I was taken prisoner, besides many little skirmishes in different places. I made my original declaration in the County court of Fauquier being a Court of Record on [blank] day of [blank] and number of pension certificate is 627[?]; I was resident of United States on 18th March 1818 and have not since that time by Gift or sale or any other manner disposed of my property or any part thereof with intent thereof so to diminish it as to bring my self within the provisions of Act of Congress Entitled an Act to provide for Certain persons engaged in the land & Naval Service of the United States in the revolutionary War passed on 18 March 1818 and that I have not nor has any person in trust for me any property or Securities, contracts or Debts due to me nor have I any income other than what is contained in the schedule hereto annexed and by me subscribed to wit a claim against Thomas CHILTON which is an ? dated and which I gave up some months since when I took the oath of an insolvent Debter is is uncertain whether the aforesaid claim will yield enough to pay the debt under which I swore out I have no property real personal or mixed. I am a farmer, am crippled in my right hand and weakness in my knees am unable to pursue it [farming] to live upon a piece of rented land very poor at the rent of 20 pounds per annum, Mrs Brent my Mother in Law lives with me and makes me a present of the use of two negroes or I could do nothing on the land, the proceeds of which affords nothing like a support for my family my own family consists of my wife named Mary W who is in very delicate health, Sarah my eldest daughter about 15 years of age, Mary aged at or about 9 years of age, Christopher aged about 7 hears and much affected and Joseph aged about 5 years or thereabouts and that my family so far from aiding in my supports are a charge upon me.

          
Children of Joseph BLACKWELL and Ann EUSTACE

        5a. Nancy “Ann” BLACKWELL was born about 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died 1873.
        Ann married John Hancock GASKINS, 26 Jun 1802 in Fauquier County, Virginia. (Joseph)
        BLACKWELL was the bondsman). John was born about 1781
        Ann Blackwell died about 1851
       
        John Hancock GASKIN (s) does not leave a will in the 1800-1865 Fauquier Wills -
        John was the son of John Hancock GASKINS and Frances Sinah COLE.
        5b. Joseph BLACKWELL was born about 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph married
        Elizabeth Blackwell EDMUNDS 28 Apr 1808 in Fauquier County, Virginia. John
        BLACKWELL was the bondsman. Elizabeth was born about 1791 and died about 1860.
        Joseph BLACKWELL died in 1831 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        5c. John William BLACKWELL was born 8 Mar 1791 Fauquier County, Virginia. John
        married (1) Rebecca DAVENPORT daughter of John and Ellen DAVENPORT 9 Feb 1819
        in Jefferson County, Virginia, (2) Frances Cordelia DIGGES, daughter of Edward and Ann
        (EUSTACE) DIGGES, 1832 and (3) Catherine R. DIGGES 5 Nov 1861 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. John died in 1866.
        5d. Agatha BLACKWELL was born about 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Agatha
        married Enoch JEFFRIES 30 Oct 1815 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Enoch wrote his will 6
        Feb 1834 and it was proved in Fauquier County, Virginia 25 Feb 1834.
        5e. Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL was born 4 May 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Lucy married William Rowley SMITH 21 Mar 1809 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Lucy BLACKWELL died 17 Oct 1879 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William and
        Lucy are buried in the Alton Cemetery, Bethel, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia
        William Rowley SMITH (Colonel) was born 12 Feb 1781 at “Alton Farms” in
        Fauquier County, Virginia. William died 9 Jun 1857 in Fauquier County
        Virginia. William Rowley SMITH was the son of William SMITH and Elizabeth
        DONIPHAN.
        5f. William Steptoe BLACKWELL was born in Fauquier County, Virginia about 1800
        William married Anne Sparke GORDON 13 Aug 1819 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Ann was born after 1800 in Culpeper County, Virginia. William and Ann are found in
        the 1850 Ashby District, Fauquier County, Virginia William and Anne 1850 age 50 born
        1800. William is listed as a Farmer Miller with worth of $9,000.
        5g. James BLACKWELL was born 4 July 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia James died
        6 Nov 1864, at “The Meadows”, Fauquier County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth
        CARTER 6 May 1831in Fauquier County who was born 28 July 1808 the daughter
        of Moore Carter and Judith EDMUNDS. James Cowles was the bondman for the wedding.
        (see Albert Gallatin SMITH family Bible, Library of Virginia # 35070) . Elizabeth died
        about 1884
        5h. Elizabeth “Betsy” BLACKWELL was born in 1807 married Mr. EDMONDS See also Hardy page
        62
        5i. Octavia BLACKWELL married Mr. CHILTON See Hardy p 62 -- child of Joseph Blackwell and
        Elizabeth Blackwell Edmunds?
        5k. Samuel BLACKWELL was born in 1809 and died young.

BLACKWELL, Joseph-Will-20 Jun 1820, 23 Oct 1826, Wife: Ann all my estate real & personal, but must support my son James, Daughter: Ann to receive slaves: Agatha & Lucy, Sons Joseph & Wm Blackwell all the residue of the slaves that I possess. Sons; John & James to receive after the death of wife, the land on which I live, Children: John, Joseph & three daughters (note named) the land left to me by my father & Joseph is to receive the land in Culpeper County, Virginia, Son: James to have all the stock & 2/3 of the house hold items, Slaves: 1/3 to go to wife, after her death she may issue to whom she pleases, son James to take the worth given to son John, balance to be divided among all my children, Exrs: wife and John Blackwell, son. Exrs: wife & John Blackwell son Wit: John Cowles & Joseph Chilton; Fauquier County Book 10, page 40.

In the Rev War Pension file is a deposition of Joseph Blackwell dated 24 July 1820 in which he is "aged 63 years in August next" [so born 1757] served as a cadet in 3rd Virginia Regiment Commanded by Col. James Mercer in Capt John Ashby's company to about the beginning of 1777, was appointed Lieutenant in the 10th Regiment Commanded by Col Edward Stevens and continued until the Virginia Regiments were reduced when the 10th became the 6th and was Commanded by Colo John Green; was appointed Captain in the 6th and continued until the end of the war, I was in the following battles: Harlem, Hight & White Plains in New York Brandywine and Germantown, Pennsylvania Monmouth New Jersey and Siege of Charlestown South Carolina where I was taken prisoner, besides many little skirmishes in different places. I made my original declaration in the County court of Fauquier being a Court of Record on [blank] day of [blank] and number of pension certificate is 627[?]; I was resident of United States on 18th March 1818 and have not since that time by Gift or sale or any other manner disposed of my property or any part thereof with intent thereof so to diminish it as to bring my self within the provisions of Act of Congress Entitled an Act to provide for Certain persons engaged in the land & Naval Service of the United States in the revolutionary War passed on 18 March 1818 and that I have not nor has any person in trust for me any property or Securities, contracts or Debts due to me nor have I any income other than what is contained in the schedule hereto annexed and by me subscribed to wit a claim against Thomas CHILTON which is an ? dated and which I gave up some months since when I took the oath of an insolvent Debter is uncertain whether the aforesaid claim will yield enough to pay the debt under which I swore out I have no property real personal or mixed. I am a farmer, am crippled in my right hand and weakness in my knees am unable to pursue it [farming] to live upon a piece of rented land very poor at the rent of 20 pounds per annum, Mrs Brent my Mother in Law lives with me and makes me a present of the use of two negroes or I could do nothing on the land, the proceeds of which affords nothing like a support for my family my own family consists of my wife named Mary W who is in very delicate health, Sarah my eldest daughter about 15 years of age, Mary aged at or about 9 years of age, Christopher aged about 7 hears and much affected and Joseph aged about 5 years or thereabouts and that my family so far from aiding in my supports are a charge upon me.”

BLACKWELL, Joseph-Exec. Account - 26 Mar 1828, 26 May 1828, administer John Blackwell, balance of estate $655.37, report reviewed by Walter A. SMITH, Wm Bell, and Henry Fitzhugh, received by John A. W. SMITH, Book 10, 332.

BLACKWELL, Joseph- Exec. Account - 27 Mar 1829, 28 May 1829, administer John Blackwell, Balance of estate $1441.84, report reviewed by M.A. CHILTON, received by John A. W. SMITH, Book 10 page 528.

Military Records, Pension Applications, Heirs at Law and Civil Records From the Fauquier County Virginia Court Minute Books 1840-1904 Compiled by Joan W. PETERS, Willow Bend Books 1999.
April 27, 1841 Court page 112
On the motion of John Blackwell, the Court orders it certified that satisfactory evidence exhibited to the Court that Anne Blackwell was a pensioner of the United States at $320.00 per year. She was a resident of Fauquier County Virginia and died here on December 2, 1840.

Heirs of Ann Blackwell, Pensioner of the U.S and widow of Joseph Blackwell.

She left the following children: 1) Ann Gaskins, 2) Lucy Smith, 3) Agatha Jeffries, 4) John Blackwell, 5) Wm Blackwell, 6) James Blackwell, 7) Octavia Chilton, 8) Betsey Edmonds, 9) Jane Blackwell and 10) James Blackwell.

These are the children of Joseph Blackwell and the only heirs at law of Ann Blackwell.

June 30, 1841 Court page 167.
On the motion of John Blackwell, the Court certifies that it appears to their satisfaction that Ann Blackwell, whose administration of estate was granted to John Blackwell who administration of estate was granted to John Blackwell on March 24, 1841, was the widow of Joseph Blackwell deceased, a Revolutionary Pensioner of the United States.

MILITARY RECORDS, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE DISCHARGE HEIRS, & PENSION DECLARATIONS AND SCHEDULES FROM THE FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA COURT MINUTE BOOKS 1784-1840, compiled by Joan W. Peters, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland 1999.

August 30, 1838 Court page 40
The Declaration of Ann Blackwell widow Joseph Blackwell deceased before Wm R. Smith, one of the Justices of the Court, on August 24, 1838, and a certificate of the Justice annexed was presented to the court …and ordered certified to the War Department.

December 24, 1838 Court page 94
Declaration for a Pension under the Act of Congress on July 7, 1838 made before Wm Skinker on August 30, 18338 by Ann Blackwell who was the widow of Edwin Hull (Hall?) was presented to the court.

The Court examined the Declaration and certifies to the Secretary of the War that Ann Blackwell is a highly respectable lady and that free credit is due the statements in the declaration. Wm Skinker, before whom Ann Blackwell made the Declaration is a magistrate of Fauquier County.

        Two pensions for Ann?

MILITARY RECORDS, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE DISCHARGE HEIRS, & PENSION DECLARATIONS AND SCHEDULES FROM THE FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA COURT MINUTE BOOKS 1784-1840, compiled by Joan W. Peters, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland 1999.

The Court ordered certified that it was proved to the satisfaction of the court that Joseph Blackwell entered into the Revolutionary Army as a 2nd Lieutenant in Captain John Chilton’s Company at the same time his brother John Blackwell entered as a 1st Lieutenant in the same company
Captain Chilton was killed at the Battle of Brandywine and John Blackwell was appointed Captain and subsequently taken prisoner at the surrender at Charlestown, South Carolina.
Joseph Blackwell, after the Battle of Brandywine was engaged in the Quartermaster’s Department and stationed in Richmond Virginia until the close of the War.
The Court further certified that it was proved to their satisfaction that Joseph Blackwell died in 1826, intestate, leaving the following children as his only heirs, Lucy Smith, wife of Wm R. Smith, 2) James Blackwell, 3) John Blackwell, 4) Joseph Blackwell, 5) Wm Blackwell, 6) Agatha Jeffries and 7) Nancy Gaskins, wife of John H. Gaskins. One of the Joseph Blackwell’s heir Joseph Blackwell died in 1831. Testate and of full age, leaving the following children 1) Frances Jane BLACKWELL, 2) James D. Blackwell.
All of the above heirs reside in Fauquier County. Octavia E. Chilton wife of John E. Chilton; and Elizabeth Edmonds, wife of James H. Edmonds, sisters and co-heirs of Frances Jane and James D. Blackwell now residing in Missouri. All of which is certified on the motion of John Blackwell, one of the aforesaid heirs.

Fauquier County Minute Book 1854-1855 August 25, 1855 Court page 375
On the motion of James Blackwell, it is ordered to be certified to the Secretary of the Department of Interior of the United States that the following are heirs of Joseph Blackwell deceased, a Lieutenant and Quartermaster in the Continental Line in the Revolutionary Army to whom scrip in lieu of a Bounty Land Warrant was issued by the state of Virginia for military services. This decision, made by the United States Department of Interior, has been ordered to be issued to his heirs for 4,000 acres of land
Heirs at law of Joseph Blackwell a Lieutenant and Quartermaster in the Continental Line in the Revolutionary War.
Joseph Blackwell left surviving him sons John Blackwell, James Blackwell, Wm Blackwell and Joseph Blackwell. He left daughters Ann Gaskins, wife of John H. Gaskins, Lucy Smith, wife of Wm R Smith, and Agnes Jeffries, wife of Enoch Jeffries.
Joseph Blackwell and Wm Blackwell both died intestate. Joseph BLACKWELL left these surviving children: Octavia Chilton, wife of John J. CHILTON, Elizabeth EDMONDS, wife of James H. EDMONDS, Jane Blackwell and James D. BLACKWELL.
Wm Blackwell left these surviving children: James G. BLACKWELL, Wm Blackwell, Harriet E BLACKWELL, Lucy H. PAYNE, wife of John d PAYNE; Sarah A. KEITH wife of Isham KEITH Junior, Anne E. MARSHALL, wife of John MARSHALL; and Joseph BLACKWELL.
Ann E. MARSHALL and her husband have died intestate. Ann E. Marshall left the following children: Ann Gordon MARSHALL, Margaret L. MARSHALL, John MARSHALL, and Wm C. MARSHALL all under age.
Joseph BLACKWELL the son of Wm Blackwell deceased. Died leaving 2 children: Joseph BLACKWELL and Ann Eliza BLACKWELL, both under age.
Agnes JEFFRIES has died intestate. Her husband is also dead. Their surviving children are Joseph Jeffries, Enoch Jeffries, John Jeffries, Eustace Jeffries, Lucy Jeffries, James Jeffries.
James BLACKWELL has died intestate, leaving a daughter Josephine BLACKWELL under age.
John H. Gaskins, the husband of Ann Gaskins has died.
The foregoing children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Joseph Blackwell deceased constitute his lawful heirs and are the present proprietors of the land scrip except the 1/3 thereof which has been issued to Wm Helm as assignee thereof.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills Ann BLACKWELL 2 Jan 1828, 24 Mar 1841.
Will written 2 Jan 1828 and proved 22 Mar 1841 All my property to be distributed in accordance with my husband’s Will (done not name individuals) Exrs; None given. Witness Lunsford McQuia & John BURGESS, Codicil: Growing crops to my son James Blackwell. Witnesses John Blackwell & Ann Gibson Witness John Blackwell; & Ann Gaskins. Book 17, 78

Children of JOSEPH BLACKWELL and Ann EUSTACE

Ann “Nancy” John Hancock GASKIN Junior

        5a. “Ann” Nancy BLACKWELL was born about 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died 1873.
        Ann married John Hancock GASKINS, 26 Jun 1802 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        (Joseph) BLACKWELL was the bondsman). John was born about 1781 and died about 1851.
        John Hancock GASKIN (s) does not leave a will in the 1800-1865 Fauquier Wills -
        John was the son of John Hancock GASKINS and Frances Sinah COLE.

1850 Census Fauquier County, Virginia Ashby District, Dwelling 359
John H GASKINS 1850 age 69 born 1781
Ann GASKINS1850 age 64 born 1786

        6a. Henry Lee GASKINS born 1812 who departed this life in a full surrender of a blessed
        immortality July 24th A. D. 1846 in the 34th year of his age husband, a dutiful son,
        affectionate father (grandson of Joseph Blackwell Jr. son of John Hancock Gaskins
        and Ann Blackwell. Buried at the Blackwell (Joseph) Cemetery “The Meadows”,
        Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia
        6b. Lucy Gaskins JORDAN born Sep 6, 1808 died Feb 6, 1887 Daughter of John
        Hancock Gaskins and Ann Blackwell (granddaughter of Joseph Blackwell Junior)
        1850 age 41 born 1809 Fauquier County, Virginia
        6c. Jno GASKINS 1850 age 35 born 1815 Fauquier County, Virginia
        6d. Ann GASKINS 1850 age 30 born 1820 Fauquier County, Virginia
        6e. W. E. GASKINS BORN May 3, 1821, died Mar 28, 1893 son of John Hancock
        GASKINS AND Ann BLACKWELL born near Warrenton (Grandson of Joseph
        Blackwell Jr.)
        6f. Francis GASKINS (f) 1850 age 28 born 1822 Fauquier County, Virginia
        6g. William GASKINS 1850 age 26 born 1824 Fauquier County, Virginia
        6h. James GASKINS 1850 age 24 born 1826 Fauquier County, Virginia.

Joseph BLACKWELL and Elizabeth EDMUNDS

        5b.          Joseph BLACKWELL was born about 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph
        married Elizabeth Blackwell EDMUNDS 28 Apr 1808 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        John BLACKWELL was the bondsman. Elizabeth was born about 1791 and died 18 Mar
        1860 Joseph BLACKWELL died before 2 Dec 1831 in Fauquier County, Virginia

        Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 18 page 455
        BLACKWELL, Elizabeth (wife of Joseph BLACKWELL) - 28 Jul 1812 , 24 Aug 1812 - Court
        Order - where as she was unable to travel to Fauquier County, Virginia Court House to sign a
        deed of bargain executed b her husband dated 27 Jul 1812 who sold to Stephen Tomlin Sr., a
        certain tract of land situated in Fauquier County, Virginia on the Pignut Ridge, she gave her oath
        and she agreed with said action, heard by Mark Chilton JP and William R Smith JP for Fauquier
        County, Virginia singed by M. Chilton and Wm R. Smith, received by H. R. Campbell, Book 18
        page 455.

Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds - Lass of the Mosby Confederacy 1857-1867
Edited by Nancy Chappelear Baird printed by Commercial Press. (See Chart 1)

One of the Joseph Blackwell’s heir Joseph Blackwell died in 1831. Testate and of full age, leaving the following children 1) Frances Jane BLACKWELL, 2) James D Blackwell (See grandfather Joseph pension application.)
       
Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K Gott,
Heritage Books, 1990.
        6a. Octavia Edmonds BLACKWELL was born about 1812 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        married John J. CHILTON 5 Jun 1832 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6b. Elizabeth Miller BLACKWELL was born about 1815 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        married James H. EDMONDS married 22 Dec 1835 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Elizabeth died in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        6c. Jane BLACKWELL was born about 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6d. Joseph BLACKWELL was born 16 Nov 1819 at Clifton Farm, Fauquier County,
        Virginia Joseph BLACKWELL was 1880 age 60 born 1820 60 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia he married Lucy Steptoe SMITH 24 Oct 1842 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Lucy was born 1880 age 55 1825 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Center District page 129D
        7a. Edwin Smith BLACKWELL born 22 Oct 1849 in Fauquier County, Virginia his
        wife Nannie Fillmore LEAVELL born 8 Sep 1856 and died 13 Nov 1946
        Edwin Smith BLACKWELL and Nannie Fillmore LEAVELL were married
        19 Nov 1878. Edwin died 22 Nov 1912
        8a. Agnes Newton BLACKWELL was 1880 age 8 born 1872 (4 Oct 1879) Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Agnes died 13 Dec 1973
        8b. Steptoe Louise BLACKWELL was born 26 July 1882 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Louise married Charles Hugh MCCLUNG
        8c. Edith R. BLACKWELL was born 11 Mar 1886 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        8d. Jessie BLACKWELL was born 11 Aug 1887 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        8e. Nannie Leavell BLACKWELL was born 1 Aug 1891 (11 Oct 1892) in Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Nannie died 2 Sep 1984 in Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
. 8f. Joseph Minor BLACKWELL born 20 Apr 1889 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        died 27 July 1923 Lieutenant Commander US NAVY
        8g. Edwin Smith BLACKWELL Junior born 27 Sep 1891 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia died 9 Feb 1916 Lieutenant US Army son of E. L. BLACKWELL and
        Nannie L.BLACKWELL
        8h. John Davenport “Dave” BLACKWELL was born 2 Apr 1897. John married Pauline
        Mosby COLEMAN.
        7b. Female (not named) BLACKWELL born July 1854 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7c. Female (not named) BLACKWELL born Mar 1856 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7d. Robert BLACKWELL born Oct 1858 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6e. Frances Jane BLACKWELL 1850 age 29 born 1821 was born in Fauquier County,
        Virginia

        6f. James Deruyter. BLACKWELL was born 18 Mar 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        James Deruyter BLACKWELL married Judith Emma EDMONDS 28 Apr 1851 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia . Judith was born about 1829 in Fauquier County, Virginia James Deruyter
        was deceased by 23 Jan 1871 in Fauquier County, Virginia Judith died early. Judith
        was the daughter of Capt Elias Edmonds who married Adelaide SAUNDERS Judith
        Emma EDMONDS was born 28 Sep 1828 and died 17 Nov 1913 buried in the Ivy Hill
        Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, Stella Hardy PICKETT, PAGE 62
        “James DeRughter, C.S.A. educated at Dickinson College, Pa and Randolph-Macon College,
        Va; was admitted to the bat, 1860; as a lawyer was distinguished. He married Judith Emma
        EDMUNDS daughter of Capt Elias EDUMUNDS, of Fauquier County, Virginia.

        7a. Frances E or B. BLACKWELL was born 20 Mar 1852 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia
        7b. Joseph Wildy BLACKWELL was born 11 Feb 1854 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7c. Elias Edmunds BLACKWELL was born Oct 1855 Ivy Hill, Fauquier County, Virginia
        married Fannie Grayson BLACKWELL about 1882
     
        Here is another Elias E Blackwell.
        1a. Elias E. BLACKWELL married Emily
        2a. Estelle F. BLACKWELL was born 20 Nov 1882 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia

        7d. Edmonia BLACKWELL was born Jan 1860 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7e. Elizabeth Miller BLACKWELL was born in 1862 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7f. Adeline “Addie” BLACKWELL was born in 1864 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7g. Austin Edmonds BLACKWELL was born in 10 Mar 1868 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia
        7h. DeRuyter BLACKWELL was born in 1870 in Fauquier County, Virginia

Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds - Lass of the Mosby Confederacy 1857-1867
Edited by Nancy Chappelear Baird printed by Commercial Press. (See Chart 1)

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott, Heritage Books, 1990.

James D. BLACKWELL, chosen guardian of Francis E. BLACKWELL, and Elias E. BLACKWELL, children of said James Deruyter BLACKWELL, For $5,000 Sec F. Jane Blackwell. 23 Jan 1871

Fauquier County, Virginia 1759-1959, Fauquier County Bicentennial Committee. Page 219

The Edmonds family had settled in Lancaster County in the 1600’s . The place passed to William Edmonds 2nd, William Foote Edmonds 3rd, Mrs Betty Miller Edmonds BLACKWELL, James DeRuyter

BLACKWELL, the poet, and Adaline BLACKWELL, and is now owned by J. North Fletcher

Page 220. James DeRuyter BLACKWELL had poems published in numerous magazines. “The Unknown
Grave” is thought to have been the inspiration for the idea of “The Unknown Soldier”.
NOTE: James DeRuyter BLACKWELL must be the son of Betty Miller Edmonds BLACKWELL.

Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, and Joseph Scherer
Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 1
     
Edmonds - Blackwell Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia
James Deruyter BLACKWELL born 1828 died 1901
Colonel William EDMONDS died 19 Feb 1817 age 81 years
Elizabeth BLACKWELL wife of Colonel William EDMONDS died 28 Feb 1817 age 75 years

John BLACKWELL, appointed guardian of Jane Blackwell orphan of Joseph BLACKWELL deceased 2 Dec 1831 For $3,600. Security James Blackwell, J.C.C. William Bell, Thomas Ingram, Thomas Shearman and Robert Hart.

James BLACKWELL, appointed guardian of Joseph BLACKWELL, deceased 2 Dec 1831. for $3,600 Security: John Blackwell, J.C.C.
    
Joseph BLACKWELL left these surviving children: Octavia Chilton, wife of John J. CHILTON,
Elizabeth EDMONDS, wife of James H. EDMONDS, Jane Blackwell and James D. BLACKWELL.

1850 Census Fauquier County, Virginia Turner District dwelling 457
        9 457 459 BLACKWELL Elizabeth 59 F VA 6,820
        10 457 459 BLACKWELL Frances 29 F VA 2,000
        11 457 459 BLACKWELL James D. 28 M VA 1,635 Student in Law
        12 458 460 EDMONDS, Elias 61 F VA 9,620 Farmer
        13 458 460 EDMONDS, Elias 27 M VA
        14 458 460 EDMONDS, Emma 21 F VA
        15 458 460 EDMONDS, Rodney W. 17 M VA
        16 458 460 EDMONDS, Adaline 15 F VA
        17 458 460 EDMONDS, Octavia 40 F VA

John William BLACKWELL and Rebecca DAVENPORT

        5c.          John William BLACKWELL was born 8 Mar 1791.in Stafford County, Virginia. John
        married Rebecca DAVENPORT 8 Feb 1819 in Jefferson County, Virginia
        Rebecca DAVENPORT was born in Frederick County, Virginia the daughter of John
        DAVENPORT and Ellen H. (of Franklin County, Virginia) who died in 1831 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia.

        John BLACKWELL married Frances Cordelia DIGGES 29 Aug 1832.

    John married Catherine R. DIGGES 5 Nov 1861/2 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Catherine was the daughter of Edward DIGGES and Ann Eustace GASKINS. John and Rebecca are buried in the Joseph BLACKWELL Cemetery, The Meadows, Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia. John died in Feb 1866

John did not have children by Frances Cordelia DIGGES or Catherine R. DIGGES.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 32 page 135
BLACKWELL, John and his wife Rebeccah - 23 Mar 1829, 7 Apr 1829 - Sale of Property
Sold to Elias EDMONDS for $1830 all their rights and interest in a certain tract of land containing 155 acres, 2 roods, 18 poles with all its houses, barns building, improvements & appurtenances, situated on a top of a hill north of Elias EDMONDS MILL RACE AND THE CORNER OF A PIECE OF LAND PURHASED BY Edmonds or Capt Wm Edmonds, north east of a branch of Cedar Run in Gaskins line, south side of Dumfries Road, intersection of the road leading from Harman Utterback to Warrenton, Virginia with the Dumfries Road, signed by John Blackwell & Rebecca Blackwell, wit Thomas O. Jennings JP & John P. Smith JP, received by John A.W. Smith CC Book 30 page 305.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 37 page 28.
BLACKWELL, John & his wife Cordelia - 12 Dec 1834, 26 Apr 1836 - Conveyance of property - paid $1 Alfred GASKINS certain tract of land containing 268 acres, 2- poles with its houses, buildings, barns, gardens, orchards, water rights, improvements and appurtenances, situated on the Great Run, line between said Blackwell and Walden, original corner of Colston patent shown by Col. Wm r. Smith, corner of Walden & Smith in Hudnall’s line and hill side corner to E Jeffries, signed by John Blackwell and Frances C. Blackwell, wit: Wm Bell JP & Robert Brent JP, received by Thomas P. Knox CC; Book 37 page 28.

Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, and Joseph Scherer
Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 2, page 8
Joseph BLACKWELL Cemetery, “The Meadows”, Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia
John BLACKWELL 1791-1866 (son of Joseph Blackwell Junior) and his first wife Rebecca DAVENPORT who died in 1831

6a. Joseph Blackwell was born 16 Nov 1819 at Clifton Farm, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Joseph married Lucy Steptoe SMITH in Oct 1842 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
6b. Ellen Harris BLACKWELL was born 29 Dec 1820 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Ellen married Richard M. SMITH 3 Dec 1839 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Richard was the son of William Rowley SMITH and Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL.
        Richard died in 1872 and Ellen died in 1878.

6c. John Davenport BLACKWELL born 17 Jun 1822 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        John died 26 Jun 1887 in Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia. John is buried in
        The Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.

        John Davenport BLACKWELL married Julia Anna BUTTS 10 Nov 1853. Julia was
        born in Southampton County, Virginia. Julia died 18 Aug 1866

        John married Fannie Grayson SMITH 16 Dec 1869 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Fannie was the daughter of Henry SMITH and Frances Eleanor FOOTE.
        Frances Grayson SMITH Was born 4 Sep 1848 and died 31 Mar 1924
        John Davenport BLACKWELL (minister of the Gospel) They are buried in the
        Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
       
        Colonial Families of Southern States of America (Stella Pickett Hardy) page 62-63
        John Davenport, D.D. of the M.E.C.S. born 1822 died 1887, served as chaplain of the 18th
        Va Infantry; he married (first) 1853 Julia Ann BUTTS, d. 1866 daughter of Francis P.
        BUTTS and Emma P (of Southampton county, Va. (second) 1869 Fannie Grayson
        SMITH daughter of Henry and Frances Foote SMITH

Children of John Davenport Blackwell and Julia Ann BUTTS

        7a. Robert Eustace BLACKWELL was born in 1854. Professor at Randolph - Macon
        Robert married Eppie DUNCAN in 1877 daughter of Rev James A. DUNCAN
        7b. Ellen Denegre BLACKWELL was born in 1856 and died in 1857
        7c. Gertrude BLACKWELL was born in 1858. Gertrude married Lewis MILTON
        7d. John Francis BLACKWELL was born in 1861. was a Professor at Wesleyan female
        seminary, Virginia
        7e. Anna BLACKWELL was born in 1863. Anna married Mrs MOSBY
        7f. James Davenport BLACKWELL was born in 1866 and died in 1871.

Children of John Davenport BLACKWELL and Fannie Grayson SMITH
        7g. Henry Davenport BLACKWELL was born in 1871 and died young
        7h. Irving Hall BLACKWELL born 1872. was a professor of Latin and Greek at
        Randolph Macon, Bedford City, Virginia.
        7i. Davenport Lee BLACKWELL was born in 1874
        7j. Eleanor Foote BLACKWELL was born in 1875
        7k. Edith Sumpter BLACKWELL was born in 1876
        7l. Karl Sigismund BLACKWELL was born in 1879
        Colonial Families of the Southern States of America Stella Pickett Hardy page 63.

6c. Benjamin BLACKWELL 24 Oct 1825 in Fauquier County, Virginia died about 1890
        (son of James BLACKWELL and Rebecca DAVENPORT)
6d. Ann Eustace BLACKWELL was born 3 Apr 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Ann Eustace BLACKWELL never married
6e. Rebecca BLACKWELL was born 11 Feb 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Rebecca died 11 Feb 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Rebecca died in Nov 1832
        In Fauquier County, Virginia.
6f. George William BLACKWELL was born 9 Apr 1831 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        George died in Jan 1833.

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John Davenport BLACKWELL A.M.D.D. born Jun 17, 1822 entered into Rest June 26,
Frances Grayson BLACKWELL Sep 4, 1848 March 31, 1924
Eleanor Foote BLACKWELL daughter of John Davenport and Frances Grayson BLACKWELL Jan 24, 1875 May 29, 1912
J. Anna Butts Daughter Francis P. and Emma Butts consort of Rev J.D. Blackwell born Feb 20, 1831 Died Aug 18, 1866
J. Denegre Youngest son of Rev J.D. and J. Anna BLACKWELL born June 22, 1866 entered into Eternal Life Dec 2, 1871 (C.S.A. marker with no tombstone)

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    Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 1, page 203.
J. Davenport BLACKWELL born April 2, 1897 died Nov 28 1961

Enoch JEFFRIES and Agatha BLACKWELL

        5d. Agatha BLACKWELL was born about 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Agatha
        married Enoch JEFFRIES 30 Oct 1815 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Enoch wrote his will 6 Feb 1834 and it was proved in Fauquier County, Virginia
        25 Feb 1834
        1850 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Agatha JEFFRIES age 61 born 1789
        Joseph 33, Eustus 26, Lucy B 23,
        1850 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Agnes JEFFRIES 1850 age 55 born 1795
        Dwelling 25 Turner District
        JEFFRIES, Agatha - Will was written 12 Aug 1851 and proved 28 Jan 1855 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia (lived next to Utterback Families)
        6a. Joseph JEFFRIES was born about 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph died
        28 May 1899 Joseph JEFFRIES born Sep 20, 1816 died May 28, 1897 (grandson of
        Major Joseph BLACKWELL & son of Enoch Jeffries and Agatha Blackwell) buried
        in the Joseph BLACKWELL Cemetery, The Meadows, Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia

        6b. Enoch JEFFRIES was born about 1820 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        1850 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Ashby District Dwelling 551
        Enoch JEFFRIES 1850 age 32 born 1818 Fauquier County, Virginia
        Susan J JEFFIES 1850 age 31 born 1819 Fauquier County, Virginia
        Agnes B JEFFRIES 1850 age 5 born 1845 Fauquier County, Virginia
        Enoch JEFFRIES married Susan
        7a. Agnes B JEFFRIES 1850 age 5 born 1845 Fauquier County, Virginia
        7a. James JEFFRIES 1880 age 27 born 1853 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        James married Mary (Mary 1880 age 24 1856 in Virginia.
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Center District
        6c. James JEFFRIES was born about 1822 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6d. John JEFFRIES was born about 1824 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        1850 Census John B. JEFFRIES 1850 AGE 25 born 1825 Single Born Virginia
        Turner District Dwelling 41
        6e. Lucy B JEFFRIES was born about 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        (inherited land in Rappahannock County and houses in Warrenton)
        6f. Eustace JEFFRIES was born about 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6g. William JEFFRIES was born about 1829 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William
        died before 1849

        Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 32 page 244.
        JEFFRIES, Enoch & his wife Agatha - 21 Jan 1832, 21 Jan 1832 - Sale of Property - sold to
        John H. GASKINS for $300 parcel of land containing 37 acres, 2 roods, 34 p2/9 poles with all
        its appurtenances, situated o the north branch of Cedar Run and adjoining the lands of James
        Blackwell, being the same property allotted to Mrs Peggy Taylor deceased as her dower
        interest which was purchased by the said Enoch Jeffries and John H. Gaskins of the heirs of
        Joseph Taylor deceased divided by consent of said Jeffries and Gaskins, signed by Enoch
        Jeffries and Aggatha Jeffries received by John A. W. Smith CC Book 32 page244

        1850 Fauquier County, Virginia Census dwelling 945 Ashby District
        William JEFFRIES 1850 age 38 born 1820 Nancy JEFFRIES 1850 age 30 born 1850
        Melon? 5, Mary 4, Belfuid 3, William 6/12
       
        John B. JEFFRIES 1850 age 25 born 1825 Fauquier County, Virginia dwelling 41 Turner
        District
       
Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott,
Heritage Books, 1990.
Agatha Jeffries, guardian of Addison Jeffries, Nancy Jefferies, Presley N. Jeffrey, orphans of George Jeffries deceased 27 Dec 1819. for $4,000 sec Thomas O’Bannon. J.P.: Joseph Blackwell, Thornton Buckner, William R. Smith, Alexr D. Kelly. (Marriage license issued to George Jeffries and Affa O’Bannon daughter of William O’Bannon 13 Apr 1801

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Page 107
Warrenton Cemetery
Lucy WILLIAMS Daughter of E. Marshall and Mary JEFFRIES born Oct 24, 1882 died Feb 18, 1885
Page 108 Warrenton Cemetery
Sallie Marshall JEFFRIES Feb 3, 1891, Dec 5, 1976
Elizabeth Jeffries SMITH Feb 20, 1888, Dec 3, 1976
Enoch JEFFRIES 1818 - 1900 C.S.A.
Susan J. Relic of Enoch JEFFRIES born Dec 10, 1818 June 19, 1890
Enoch Marshall JEFFRIES July 9, 1856 Oct 31, 1925
Mary Lovell JEFFRIES May 3, 1863 June 23, 1948
Janet JEFFRIES REYNOLDS Jan 27, 1898 Oct 18, 1990

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Jeffries Cemetery, Marshall, Virginia
Located on Route 710 1 mile North of intersection with Main Street on West side of read in field. No makers in place (all tombstones and marked moved about 1931, but apparently once a large cemetery. According to Alice Nichols, property owner, he family bought this property in the 1920’s. At that time the cemetery was fenced was widened, some graves were disturbed and moved into the Marshall community Cemetery. Going over the area with a metal detector, we found evidence of several rows of graves. Mrs Nichols provide the names of people buried here. Surveyed November 12, 1988
        John W. JEFFRIES 1880 Enoch JEFFRIES Nannie JEFFRIES
        Susan JEFFRIES Presley N JEFFRIES 1891 Mary Cathrine JEFFRIES
        Sarah C Martha J BRADLEY John William JEFFRIES
        George JEFFRIES Nannie JEFFRIES 1870 Minnie JEFFRIES 1880
        Carved on Rocks O.E.J. R.F.P. N.J.J. P.N.J.

JEFFRIES, ENOCH -Will 6 Feb 1834 25 Feb 1834, Estate to remain together and managed by the administer for the support my family & education of my children (note named), son Joseph Jeffries when he reaches 21 years to received ½ of the tract of land lying on the Great Run, purchased Joseph Fauntleroy & Augustine BALL to receive slave Edward (boy), Son; Enoch Jeffries at the year of 21 years the other half of the above land & slave Elias (boy), Son; James Jeffries when arrive age of 21 years, ½ of the land lying North of Winchester road, which I purchased from Enoch Smith & a portion of the tract of land west of the above road joining the land of Chapman’s heirs & slave Wellby (boy), Son: John Jeffries at the age of 21 years the other half of land given to James & slave Lyrus (boy), Residue of estate to remain together, maintained by executors, as my two youngest sons become of age, their portions are to be allotted to them as my executor thinks best, Wife: Agatha to take her dower portion out of my landed property and she is to have the house & lot in the town of
        Warrenton, which I purchased of Joseph BLACKWELL and the interest in some land in Culpeper, Daughter; Lucy JEFFRIES the other houses or lots in Warrenton I have give to my wife for her benefit, if she dies property to go to the other children, Slave: Milly & her youngest child (not named) and any slave who acts badly to be sold, monies to be used by the executor for the best interest of my estate, Exrs wife & Wm R Smith, Wit: James Banks, Asentath Kerr, John H. Gaskins and Enoch Ball; Fauquier Book 13: page 236.

JEFFRIES, Agatha - Will - 12 Aug 1851, 28 Jan 1855, Sons: Joseph Jeffries and Enoch Jeffries to each receive $100, John B Jeffries to receive $300, Son Eustace Jeffries to receive tract of land in Fauquier County, Virginia about 40 acres purchased from my son Enoch in exchange for the land lying in Rappahannock and he is to receive my household & kitchen furniture, Daughter Lucy Jeffries to receive $100 and 13 acres of land lying in Rappahannock County, Virginia, the same which I purchased from Reuben Smith, Niece: Agnes Jeffries (daughter of my son (sic) Enoch Jeffries) to receive slave Charlotte, Residue of estate divided among my five children: Joseph, Enoch, John, Eustace & Lucy, Exrs: Joseph & Enoch Jeffries, sons, Wit: John Blackwell & James Blackwell; Book 26, 334.

A Moses JEFFRIES is mentioned in Fauquier County Minute Book 1854-1856 - does not seem to be closely related.

Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL and William Rowley SMITH
(See Chapter 6)

        5e.          Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL was born 4 May 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Lucy married William Rowley SMITH 12 Feb 1781 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Lucy BLACKWELL died 17 Oct 1879 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William and
        Lucy are buried in the Alton Cemetery, Bethel, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia
        William Rowley SMITH (Colonel) was born 12 Feb 1781 at “Alton Farms” in
        Fauquier County, Virginia. William Rowley SMITH married Lucy Steptoe SMITH 21
        Mar 1809 in Fauquier County, Virginia William died 9 Jun 1857 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia. William Rowley SMITH was the son of William SMITH and Elizabeth
        DONIPHAN.
       
William Steptoe BLACKWELL and Anne Sparke GORDON

        5f.          William Steptoe BLACKWELL was born in Fauquier County, Virginia about 1800
        William married Anne Sparke GORDON 13 Aug 1819 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Ann was born after 1800 in Culpeper County, Virginia. William and Ann are found in
        the 1850 Ashby District, dwelling 360 Fauquier County, Virginia William and Anne
        1850 age 50 born William is listed as a Farmer Miller with worth of $9,000

        Anne S SPARKE is listed as a daughter in the pension application of Churchill
        Gordon.

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Joseph BLACKWELL Cemetery, The Meadows, Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia
William Steptoe BLACKWELL born 1800 (son of Joseph Blackwell Junior and Anne Sparke GORDON

        6a. James Gordon BLACKWELL 1850 age 25 born 1825 Fauquier County, Virginia
        6b. John Eustace BLACKWELL was born in 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        John married Amanda HUSTON
        6b. Harriett Eustace BLACKWELL 1805 age 22 born 1828 Fauquier County, Virginia
        Harriet married Douglas MOXLEY in 1866.
        6c. William Sparke BLACKWELL born 1831 Fauquier County, Virginia. Son of Wm S. and
        Anne G BLACKWELL married 15 Jan 1857 Julia NUTT in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Julie was the daughter of Moncure NUTT and Anne E.SMITH
        1850 age 19 born 1831 listed as William J. in the 1850 census
        William Sparke BLACKWELL served in Prince William County in the 4th Cavalry
        6d. Lucy Harrison BLACKWELL 1850 age 17 born 1833 Fauquier County, Virginia
        married John D PAYNE 17 Jan 1852 in Fauquier County, Virginia no bondsman.
        6e. Sarah Agnes BLACKWELL 1854 age 18 born 1836 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Married Isham KEITH Junior 20 Dec 1854 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Isham KEITH Junior 1854 age 21 1833 born Fauquier County, Virginia was the son
        of Isham KEITH and Julia CHILTON

        6f. Ann Elizabeth BLACKWELL was born about 1822 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Ann
        married John MARSHALL 17 Sep 1838 in Fauquier County, Virginia A. J. MARSHALL
        bondsman. John was the son of Thomas MARSHALL and Margaret LEWIS
        7a. Ann Gordon MARSHALL
        7b. Margaret L. MARSHALL
        7c. Fanny L. MARSHALL
        7d. John MARSHALL
        7e. Wm C. MARSHALL

        6g. Joseph BLACKWELL
        7a. Joseph BLACKWELL
        7b. Ann Eliza BLACKWELL
        (both under age 25 Aug 1855)
       
James BLACKWELL and Elizabeth CARTER

        5g.          James BLACKWELL was born 4 July 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia James died
        6 Nov 1864, Of The Meadows, Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth CARTER was born
        28 July 1808 the daughter of Moore Fauntleroy Carter and Judith Lee EDMUNDS.
        Elizabeth died about James BLACKWELL married Elizabeth CARTER 6 May 1831in
        Fauquier County, Virginia James Cowles was the bondman for the wedding. Marriage
        record indicates that she is the daughter of Aquilla??? Family Bible states that they were
        married 12 May 1831
          
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Joseph BLACKWELL Cemetery, The Meadows, Bethel, Warrenton, Virginia
James BLACKWELL 1805-1864 (son of Joseph Blackwell Sr) and his wife Elizabeth CARTER (1808-1877)
   
James BLACKWELL and Elizabeth are found in the 1850 Turner District Fauquier County, Virginia Census
Dwelling 430 James is 46 and Elizabeth is 41 $32,500 born in Virginia

BLACKWELL, Elizabeth C. died on 7 Apr 1877. widow, age of death 71 years, born in Fauquier County, Virginia parents M.F. and J.A. CARTER, death reported by Lucy J. Blackwell, daughter; page79 line 9.

        James BLACKWELL and Elizabeth CARTER and Roberta EDMUNDS
   
        5g.          James BLACKWELL was born 4 July 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia James died
        6 Nov 1864, of The Meadows, Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth CARTER was born
        28 July 1808 the daughter of Moore Carter and Judith EDMUNDS. Elizabeth died about
1884.          James BLACKWELL married Elizabeth CARTER 6 May 1831in Fauquier
    County, Virginia James Cowles was the bondman for the wedding. Marriage record indicates that she is the daughter of Aquilla??? Family Bible indicates that James
BLACKWELL and Elizabeth CARTER were married 12 May 1831.

Children of James BLACKWELL and Elizabeth CARTER

        6a. Joseph Hancock BLACKWELL, was born 7 Mar 1832 and died 14 Mar 1905.
        Joseph lived at the Meadows
        Joseph Hancock BLACKWELL 43RD Battaltion Virginia Cav C.S.A. 1832-1905 died 14
        Mar 1905 (buried 17 Mar 1905. Grandson of Joseph Blackwell Junior. New headstone
        placed in Sept 1989) Joseph buried in the Joseph Blackwell Cemetery, The Meadows,
        Bethel, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Joseph married
(1)          Annie Roberta EDMUNDS 21 Nov 1855 in Fauquier County, Virginia
Daughter of John R EDMUNDS and Helen C Annie was born in 1837 and
Died 14 Mar 1905
(2)          Mollie SANDERS 12 Nov 1887 (divorced)

Children of Joseph Hancock BLACKWELL and Annie Roberta EDMONDS
7a. Joseph J. BLACKWELL was born 26 Aug 1856 in Fauquier County, Virginia the
        son of Joseph H. BLACKWELL and Ann R BLACKWELL
7b. Helen Madge BLACKWELL was born 27 Jun 1858 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        the daughter of Joseph H. BLACKWELL and Ann R BLACKWELL “Helen Madge”
        married Charles PERRY IN 1879
        8a. Vivian PERRY
        8b. Maud PERRY
        8c. Mamie PERRY
        8d. Edith PERRY
        8e. Charles PERRY
        8f. Ernest PERRY
       
7c. Josephine Moore BLACKWELL was born 4 Nov 1865 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        the daughter of Joseph H. BLACKWELL and Ann R BLACKWELL Josephine married
        William GARTH
        8a. Robert GARTH
        8b. Mary GARTH
        8c. Willie GARTH
        8d. Lewis GARTH
        8e. Woods GARTH
        8f. Hugh GARTH
        8g. Daisy GARTH
7d. Earnest Clayton BLACKWELL born 22 Mar 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia the
        son of Joseph H. BLACKWELL and Ann R BLACKWELL.

        6b. BLACKWELL, Moore Carter was born 23 Nov 1833 born 1833 at The Meadows,
        Fauquier County, Virginia years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County,
        Virginia parents James BLACKWELL and Elizabeth CARTER , married on 19
        Dec 1854 to Sarah Alexander FOOTE, 22, Parents Richard Henry FOOTE and
        Frances Edmunds GRAYSON Moore died in 1917 in Warrenton, Fauquier County,
        Virginia Sarah Alexander FOOTE died 1922 at Sunny Side, Warrenton, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Elizabeth daughter of Moore F. CARTER and Judith L. EDMONDS
   
        Elizabeth CARTER was born 28 July 1808 and died in 1884

        married by J. Davenport BLACKWELL page 3
        Marriage Moore C. BLACKWELL

        Moore Carter BLACKWELL is buried in the Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton,
        Fauquier County, Virginia.

        1880 Census Center, District, Fauquier County, Virginia page 173D
        Sarah A. BLACKWELL, age 47 born 1833 in Fauquier County, Virginia
       
        7a. James Eustace BLACKWELL was born in 1855 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Married (1) Lulu MCLEAN before 1880.
        Married (2) Eleanor RIGGS
       
Children of James Eustace BLACKWELL and Lulu MCLEAN
        8a. Wilmer Carter BLACKWELL was born in 1880
        8b. Fannie Grayson BLACKWELL was born in 1882

Children of James Eustace BLACKWELL and Eleanor RIGGS
        8c. Lewis Riggs BLACKWELL was born in 1892
       
        7b. Bessie M. BLACKWELL 1880 Census age 22 born 1858 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia Elizabeth M. BLACKWELL born in 1857 the daughter of Moore C
        BLACKWELL and Sarah A BLACKWELL
        7c. Fanny Grayson BLACKWELL 1880 Census age 21 born 1859 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia Frances G. BLACKWELL born Sep 1858 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        the daughter of Moore C. BLACKWELL and Sarah A. BLACKWELL
        Fanny married Elias Edmunds BLACKWELL the son of James DeRuyter and Judith
        Emma EDMUNDS
        8a. Estell BLACKWELL was born about 1883. Estell married Brooks JOHNSON
        about 1903.
        9a. Brooks JOHNSON was born in 1905
        9b. Virginia Blackwell JOHNSON was born in 1908
        7d. Mary James BLACKWELL 1880 Census age 19 born 1861 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia          
        Married (1) in 1885 to Dr. Thomas W. SMITH the son of Anderson DONIPHAN
        And Susan NORMAN
        8a. Emily Norman SMITH was born in 1888. Emily married Dr. George DAVIS
        8b. Anderson Doniphan SMITH was born in 1896
        7e. Elizabeth Moore. BLACKWELL (M) born Sep 1865 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7f. Edward Maurice BLACKWELL 1880 Census age 14 born 1866 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia
        Edward Maurice “was educated at Bethel Military Academy, Virginia, graduated in
        Medical Department of the University of Maryland in 1890; practiced his profession at
        Riverton, Va from 1890. from 1890 to 1898; at the beginning of the Spanish-American
        War, he volunteered his service to the U.S. was appointed Assistant Surgeon U.S. Navy
        Apr 25, 1898, served throughout the War in the West Indies, on the U.S.S. Vulcan; he
        was promoted 1908 to Surgeon, with rank of Lieutenant Commander; is at present
        1909, stationed at Annapolis, Maryland; he married 1897 Mary Brown.
        Colonial Families of the Southern States of America, Stella Pickett Hardy page 70.
        7g. Lucian Alexander BLACKWELL 1880 Census age 13 born 1867 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia
        7h. Richardetta BLACKWELL (F) 1880 Census age 11 born 1869 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia Richardetta married Willis CANTER in 1898.
        7i. Eva Ashton. BLACKWELL 1880 census age 8 born 1872 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7j. Mildred Chancellor. BLACKWELL 1880 Census age 6 born 1874 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Mildred married William Stanley HINMAN about 1897
        8a. Mildred Mary HINMAN was born about 1899
        8b. William Stanley HINMAN was born about 1906
        8c. Maurice Blackwell HINMAN was born about 1909

6c. Judith Ann BLACKWELL was born 22 Jan 1836 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Judith died 13 Feb 1836 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        (Information from family Bible)

6d. Elizabeth Carter BLACKWELL 1858 age 21 (1837) 3 Mar 1837 born The Meadows in
        Fauquier County, Virginia She was the daughter of James BLACKWELL and Elizabeth
        CARTER. Elizabeth married Major Albert Gallatin SMITH 25 Nov 1858 (igi) son of
        Wm R. Smith and Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL. Elizabeth Carter BLACKWELL died 16 Jun
        1925 in Fauquier County, Virginia. They are buried in the Alton Cemetery, Bethel, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Albert was a speculator in Kansas land and a Student of Law.

JOURNALS OF AMANDA VIRGINIA EDMONDS, Lass of the Confederacy 1857-1867 Edited: Nancy Chappelear Baird. Published / Printed Commercial Press 965 Green St, Stephens City, VA 22655
2nd Edition, 1988. Pg. 20
"Nov 24, 1858 ...Got an invite to Bettie Blackwell's wedding and, of course, would not like to refuse the invitation, takes place tomorrow night." [Footnote 22:] "Albert G Smith 24, son of Wm. R & Lucy (Blackwell) Smith married Elizabeth C. Blackwell, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Carter) Blackwell, Nov 25, 1858."

           6e. Agnes Eustace BLACKWELL age 9 1850 Census born 1841 5 Nov 1840 Fauquier County,
        Virginia Agnes married Isaac Eustace SMITH 10 Jan 1866 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Agnes 28 single living in Fauquier County, Virginia. Agnes daughter of James
        BLACKWELL and Elizabeth. Issac was born 29 July 1837 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        son of William R SMITH and Lucy. Agnes married secondly Washington Tazwell CAPPS
        in 1877. Washington was born at Oakland, Lambert Point, Virginia.
        6f. Helen R. BLACKWELL was born 30 July 1843 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6g. Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL age 5 1850 Census born 1845 9 July 1845 Lucy Steptoe
        BLACKWELL age 32 daughter of James BLACKWELL & Elizabeth married Alexander
        Fountain ROSE 16 Jul 1879 in Fauquier County, Virginia A.F. born 1846 age 33 Stafford
        County, Virginia the son of E. F. & Elizabeth ROSE. Lucy died 22 Mar 1924.
        6h. Mary James “V” BLACKWELL age 1 1850 Census born 1849(8 Nov 1869) family Bible
        must be incorrect must be born 8 Nov 1849 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Mary James
        BLACKWELL died in Feb 1861 (Family Bible)

        NOTE: Also listed as a death in the Family Bible is Kenen Rebecca BLACKWELL died 28 July
        184? (cannot read Bible)

Family Bible found in the Library of Virginia belonged to Albert Gallatin SMITH and Elizabeth Carter BLACKWELL SMITH

Children of James BLACKWELL and Roberta EDMUNDS

        6a. Helen Madge BLACKWELL was born after 1856; m. Charles PERRY.
        6b. Edward Clayton BLACKWELL was born 4 July 1863 and died 6 Nov 1892
        Dates from the Family Bible of Albert Gallatin SMITH.
        6c. Joseph Moore BLACKWELL, was born after 1856
        6d. Ernest Ever BLACKWELL was born 1856
        Albert Gallatin SMITH family Bible
        “Ernest BLACKWELL SON OF Jos H & A Roberta BLACKWELL died in
        Texas was buried in (cannot read) Nov 26, 1902.
        6e. William Carter BLACKWELL was born 1856.
        6f. Pauline Carter BLACKWELL born after 1856.

Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, and
Joseph Scherer Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 1, page 82
Elias Edmonds BLACKWELL 1855-1937, Frances G. BLACKWELL 1858-1936, Elizabeth C. BLACKWELL 1886-1960, Moore Carter BLACKWELL 1833 - 1917 (C.S.A. marker) Sarah A Foote BLACKWELL 1832-1922 Elizabeth M. BLACKWELL 1857-1934

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott,
Heritage Books, 1990.
Joseph BLACKWELL, guardian of Elizabeth Edmonds, orphan of Elias Edmonds deceased 22 Sep 1806, for $10,000 security Elias Edmonds.

        5h.Elizabeth BLACKWELL was born in 1807 and died young
        5i. Samuel BLACKWELL was born in 1809 and died young.
        4g. George Steptoe BLACKWELL was born in 1753.

Deed Book 8 pages 262-268 15-16 Sep 1784. Lease & Release Between Peter Grant and Susanna his wife And George Steptoe Blackwell L5000 tracts on waters of Browns Run and Summerduck Run Branch of Marsh Run Mentioned John Grant and John Crump 23 May 1785

John BLACKWELL and Agatha EUSTACE and Judith Lee PARKER

        4h. John BLACKWELL was born 22 Mar 1755 in Prince William County, Virginia.

        John married (1) Agatha EUSTACE 1779, John married Agatha when she was fourteen years old.
        Daughter of Isaac EUSTACE and Agatha CONWAY. She was born Apr 1765, and died Bet. 1795
        1798.

        John married (2) Judith Lee PARKER before. 1798, daughter of Kendall PARKER and
        Betty HEALE. John BLACKWELL wrote his will 10 Feb 1822 in Pickaway County, Ohio and
        his will was proved 23 Jun 1823 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        Judith Lee PARKER had been married earlier to Mr PIERCE and Mr. PEACHEY. Judith was the
        Daughter of Kendall LEE and Betty HEALE.

        John married (3) Fanny PARKER 18 Nov 1804. Fanny was the daughter of Judge Richard PARKER
        And Judge Richard PARKER and Mary BEALE.
       
Blackwell Genealogy Page 10. was an original member of the Cincinnati Society, the author was admitted to membership in the Virginia Society in 1936 and is the first and only descendant admitted to date. He signed the “Westmoreland protest” at the Call of Henry (Light Horse Harry) Lee in February 1776. He was the High Sheriff of Fauquier County from 1783 to 1785 and County Lieutenant. He was made General of Virginia Militia in 17954 and received 5166 ½ acres of land in 1783 for his service as Captain.”

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett Russell and John K. Gott
Page 330
Captain John Blackwell of the 3rd Virginia Regiment had come a long way to meet his final defeat. He was now 28 years old and had served a quarter of his life in the cause of freedom. Behind him lay all the major battles in which the Virginia line had been embroiled. Just before the long march to Charleston he had been married. His bride, Agatha Ann Eustace, daughter of Captain Isaac Eustace of Stafford County, had been only 14, One wonders now why such marriages took place in that remote time, but they were not uncommon. The child bride who awaited him in Virginia could have had no concept of the situation that faced him during the long bleak months that stretched ahead.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 by Dee Ann Buck
BLACKWELL, John (General) - Division of Slaves - 6 Nov 1823 - 30 Jun 1824 into 6 portions 1. Mrs
Frances BLACKWELL DOWER PORTION RECEIVED: Eli $400, Will $400, Stephen $400, Molly $200,
Coe, $200 Sally $300, Harriet $280 & $460 ½ acres of land. (2) Mark A CHILTON (his wife Eliza M)
Received Shadrick $250, Grace $75, Ben $400, Joseph $300, Jesse $300 & Lucinda $200 & 207 ½ acres of land. 3 James K. Ball (wife Eliza A Ball) received: Polly $125, Ellen $180, Beverly $200, Ben $80, Lewis $200, Eliza $200, Emma $80, Mary $60, & Sidney $200 & 307 ½ acre of land 4. Charles Bell received Isaac $250, Cecily $200, Wanser $300, Charlotte $180, Robert $80, Landen $80, & Samuel 100 & 207 1/3 acres of land 5. William Blackwell received : Betty $200, Jack, $325, Ludwell, $180, General $60, Letty $200, Frederick $180 & Levi $150 & $155 ½ acre of land 6. John E. BLACKWELL received: Dick $400, Charlotte $300, Isaac Jr $300 & 307 ½ acre of land , report prepared by James Thompson, James Stringfellow, Thornton Stringfellow, James Wheatley & John P Kelly, received by John A.W. Smith Book 8 page 533.

Children of John BLACKWELL and Agatha EUSTACE:

          5a. Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL was born 1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia Lucy died 17
        Sep 1817
        Lucy married (1) Hugh B CAMPBELL 10 Dec 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        (bondsman Daniel WITHERS
        Lucy married (2) Rawleigh William DOWNMAN; b. Of Belle Isle; married
        in 1816 Rawleigh f Belle Isle son of Raleigh DOWNMAN AND Frances BALL)
        5b. Steptoe BLACKWELL was born 30 Mar 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        5c. Agatha Conway BLACKWELL was born 17 Apr 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Agatha died in Ohio Agatha married Charles BELL 17 Oct 1780 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. William BELL was the bondsman. Charles BELL was born before 1788.
          5d. Eloise “Eloisafore 1790; went to Missouri. Mark was
        the son of Colonel Charles CHILTON and Elizabeth BLACKWELL. Eloise died in 1835.
          5e John Eustace BLACKWELL was born 12 Jan 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia John
        married RICEY MORRIS.
          5f. William BLACKWELL was born in 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William moved
        to Kanawha County, West Virginia where he died having never been married.

Children of JOHN BLACKWELL and Judith Lee PARKER are:

        5h. Emma BLACKWELL was born in 1798 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Emma married
        George William DOWNMAN 11 Oct 1819 in Fauquier County, Virginia. George was the son
        of Joseph Ball DOWNMAN and Olivia PAYNE. George William DOWNMAN son of Joseph Ball
        DOWNMAN and Olivia PAYNE.
        5i. Ann Elizabeth BLACKWELL was born in 1800 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Ann Elizabeth
        married Dr James Kendall Ball 27 Feb 1817 Fauquier County, Virginia Dr James Kendall BALL
        was from Edgewood, Lancaster County, Virginia. James was the son of Col James BALL and
        Frances DOWNMAN. Ann Elizabeth BLACKWELL died in July 1847
        6a. John Barton BALL was born about 1818 in Lancaster County, Virginia
        6b. James Kendall BALL was born about 1820 in Lancaster County, Virginia
        6c. Fayette BALL was born about 1822 in Lancaster County, Virginia
        6d. Octavia Augusta BALL was born about 1824 in Lancaster County, Virginia
        Children found on the International Genealogical Index.
        5j. Mary Pierce BLACKWELL married Honorable William Lee BALL Mary may be daughter of John
        BLACKWELL and Judith Lee PARKER

Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL wife of Hugh R CAMPBELL & Rawleigh William DOWNMAN
                  
        5a. Lucy Steptoe BLACKWELL was born in 1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy died 17
        Sep 1817. Lucy married (1) Hugh R. CAMPBELL 10 Dec 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        (2) Rawleigh William DOWNMAN; of Belle Isle; married in 1816 son of Raleigh DOWNMAN
        and Frances BALL

CAMPBELL, Hugh R. Apprmt - Oct 1813, 29 Aug 1815, value of estate $1165.49 for household items, stock and slaves: Jack $400, younger boy ($300) Hetty (girl) $250, report prepared by John K.W. SMITH & William Horner, Book 6, p145

CAMPBELL, Hugh R Admin Acc’t Jun 1813, 26 Mar 1821, administer John Blackwell, balance of estate $5.65 report reviewed by W.A.L.L Skinker, J. M. Kelly, John P Kelly & Joseph Thompson, received by John A. W. Smith, Book 8, p63.

Will of John Blackwell found in Pickaway County, Ohio I John Blackwell being of sound mind do make this my last will & testament. Its is my will that after all my just debts and funeral expenses are paid my estate real and personal shall be divided as followeth to wit-first my dearly beloved wife shall be provided for as the Law directs as if I died without a will: Second it is my desire, that the balance of my estate real and personal shall be divided between my children to wit: AGATHA C. BELL, ELVIRA CHILTON, JOHN E. BLACKWELL, WILLIAM BLACKWELL, and ANN C. BELL as the law directs in case I had died without a will and after the death of my said wife, her thirds to be divided in the same way between my said children. It is my will that part of my estate divided to my son JOHN E. BLACKWELL as above, shall be placed in the hand of MARK A. CHILTON as Trustee for the benefit of his wife & children but the said Trustee may allow said son JOHN E. BLACKWELL such support as he shall think proper & after his death the said property real and personal to be divided equal between his children allowing his said wife one third part during her life for her support, and after her death, her third to be divided between her children. It is my will that the part of my estate divided to my daughter AGATHA C. BELL shall be placed in the hands of WILLIAM SKINNER as Trustee for her benefit the said Trustee may allow CHARLES BELL, her husband such support as he shall think proper, my said daughter shall have power to sell and convey any part of the property with the advice and consent of the said trustee, she shall have power to devise her property as above, to her children, and should she out live her said husband at his death the trust shall cease. I do appoint MARK A. CHILTON and JAMES K. BELL my executors to this my last will and testament. signed JOHN BLACKWELL          February 10th, 1822 CODICIL to my will within by the consent of my wife I give to her during her life in lieu of her third of the negroes and personal property, negro ELI BRYANT, WILL the son of GRACE, STEPHEN, MOLLY, CLOE, SALLY and HARRIET also I give at her disposal six heard of cattle, two horses, twelve sheep, twelve hogs, also the chamber furniture excepting the book case, also two other beds & furniture, also the dining room furniture excepting the sideboard and the two halfround, also the earthen ware, cups, saucers, silver spoons, knives, forks, kitchen furniture & plantation tools for the use of the hands. signed JOHN BLACKWELL At a Court held for Fauquier County on the 23rd day of June 1823 this last will & testament of JOHN BLACKWELL and the codicil thereto annexed were produced in court and there being no witness to the same THORNTON BUCKNER and JOHN P. KELLY were sworn and severally deposed that they were acquainted with the handwriting of the said JOHN BLACKWELL and verily believed that the said will and codicil and the name thereto subscribed are all of the said JOHN BLACKWELL'S proper hand writing where upon the said will and codicil were ordered to be recorded and on the motion of MARK A. CHILTON an executor therein named who made oath thereto with ALEXANDER D. KELLY, JOHN F. KELLY AND DAVID JAMES his securities, entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of twenty thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted him for obtaining probate of the said will and codicil in due form. Teste ? A.W. Smith ? ? I ALEXANDER J. MARSHALL Clerk of the County Court of Fauquier County, in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true transcript from the records of the said court. In testimony whereof I here to set my ? and ? the ? of the said Court this 8th day of Oct. 1836 and in the 61st year of the Commonwealth. A.J. MARSHALL Clk. Virginia, Fauquier County to wit:

Judith BLACKWELL and Thomas Randolph KEITH

        4i. Judith BLACKWELL was born 1759 in Northumberland County, Virginia. and died 1857. She
        married Thomas Randolph KEITH, CAPT. 23 May 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia (bondsman
        Thom MARSHALL) son of James KEITH and Mary Isham RANDOLPH. Thomas was born 1736 of
        Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1805 before 2 Sep 1846 in Columbus Co., Georgia. Judith
        BLACKWELL died 17 Apr 1857.
                  
        Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 8 page 1 22 Sep 1783 Bond of Thomas KEITH, Coroner of
        Fauquier County, Virginia Joseph Blackwell Senior, Joseph Blackwell Junior.

        Fauquier County in the Revolution page 63. “7 Thomas Keith, died, 1802, was a son of the Rev James
        and Mary Isham (Randolph) Keith. His older sister married Thomas Marshall. He married 1775, Judith
        Blackwell, another daughter of Joseph and Lucy (Steptoe) Blackwell.”

Children of Judith BLACKWELL and Thomas KEITH
          
        5a. Tarleton Fleming KEITH was born about 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Tarlton
        died before 2 Sep 1846. Tarlton F. KEITH MARRIED Elizabeth C. STONE 21 Sep 1810
        in Fauquier County, Virginia daughter of William
        6a. Tarleton F. KEITH
        6b. Harriet KEITH married William VANCE. They now live in Edgefield District,
        South Carolina (no marriage record in Fauquier County)
        6c. Judith S. P. KEITH married Isaac A. HIBLER . they now live in Bourbon County,
        Kentucky (no marriage in Fauquier County, Virginia
        5b. John Marshall KEITH was born in 1778 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died 11 Nov 1841
        John Marshall KEITH married Elizabeth JONES.          
        5c. Harriet KEITH was born about 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Harriet married
        William SKINKER 26 Dec 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Bondsman Thomas KEITH
        5d. James KEITH was born about 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James KEITH married
        Mary P MORRIS 12 Nov 1814 in Fauquier County, Virginia. daughter of Mary
        6a. Thomas Marshall KEITH
        6b. Fanny R. KEITH
        6c. Mary P. KEITH
        6d. Susan G. KEITH
        6e. Judith S. KEITH
        6f. Harriet S. KEITH
        6g. Virginia J. KEITH
        6h. Ritchie R. KEITH
        6i Lucy S. KEITH
        5e. Peter Grant KEITH was born about 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        5f. Mary Isham RANDOLPH KEITH was born 19 Jun 1789 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Mary died 14 Mar 1868; m. JAMES PAYNE,
        9/07/1815, Fauquier County, Virginia
        6a. Harriet Elizabeth PAYNE was born in 1822 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Harriet
        married Granville James KELLY 11 Jan 1843 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Harriet died 30
        Apr 1900
        7a. Alexander Doniphan KELLY was born 8 Nov 1855 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Alexander married Elizabeth GRINNAN 9 Sep 1885. Alexander died 3 Oct 1930.
        5g. Susan Grant Tarleton KEITH was born 1790 in Fauquier County, Virginia married David
        JAMES 18 Apr 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia bondsman James PAYNE
        5h. Isham KEITH Junior was born in 11 Apr 1801 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Isham married
        Juliet CHILTON 27 Jan 1823 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Daughter of Joseph Chilton
        Isham died 6 Aug 1863
        (See Keith Chapter)
       
      
Fauquier County, Virginia Marriages
Elias E BLACKWELL 26 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia farmer, Parents J.D. & Emma BLACKWELL, married on 25 Jan 1882 to Frances G. BLACKWELL, 23 years of age
Single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents M.C. & Sarah BLACKWELL married by George W. Nelson, page 173.

Henry BLACKWELL, 24 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, farmer, James & Fanny BLACKWELL, married on 26 Dec 1894 to Lucy BARRON, 21 years of age, single, born in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Wm & Isabelle by S. M. Athey, page 244

Leroy A BLACKWELL, 27 years of age, single, born in Prince William County, Virginia living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Wm S. & Julia T. BLACKWELL, married on 5 Oct 1892 to Caroline L JONES, 23 years of age, single, born in Petersburg, Virginia livening Fauquier County, parents C.P. & Caroline G. Jones, married by J.J. Norwood; page 232

William M. BLACKWELL 32 years of age, single, born and living in Prince William County, Virginia, Farmer, parents Wm S. & Julia T. BLACKWELL, married ON 5 Sep 1894 to Olivia T. LEE, 21 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents H.H. & Olivia Lee, W. H. Robertson, page 242.

MELTON, Charles L., 31 years of age, single, born in Rappahannock County, Virginia living in Warren County, Virginia Teacher, parents Wilson N & Sarah F. MELTON, married on 24 Jun 1896 to Gertrude BLACKWELL, 30 years of age, single born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents John D & Anna BLACKWELL, married by Wm E Junkins; page 253.

SMITH, Thomas W, 30 years of age, single, born in Fauquier County, Virginia Physician parents A.D. smith and Susan W. Smith, married on 15 Sep 1886 to Mary J. BLACKWELL, 25 YEASRS OF AGE, SINGLE, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents M.C. & S.F. BLACKWELL, married by George W. Nelson, page 197.

JAMES, Edward A. 24 years of age, single, born & livening in Culpeper County, Virginia, carpenter, parents John & Patsy JAMES, married on 16 Mar 1893 to Nellie M. BLACKWELL, 24 years of age, single, born in Culpeper County, Virginia, living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Joseph and Fanny BLACKWELL, married by S M. Athey, page 235

The 1787 Census of Virginia - Fauquier County by Netti Schreiner - Yantis and Florene Speakman Love
Tax List A
Elizabeth BLACKWELL SELF 0 6 6 2 12 (not tithable)
Joseph BLACKWELL SELF 0 4 6 5 10 - SHF
George S BLACKWELL SELF 0 4 4 9 9
Joseph BLACKWELL SR SELF 0 7 6 3 17
John BLACKWELL JR SELF 1 2 3 4 8
Samuel BLACKWELL SELF 0 11 11 9 15

Tax List B
Thos BLACKWELL SELF 0 5 5 5 9
Joseph BLACKWELL SELF 0 9 10 5 11
John BLACKWELL SELF 0 18 8 13 44 - 2 Wheeled Carriage

1850 Census Fauquier
81 81 Moore F CARTER 38 White Male Virginia Farmer
        Lucy B CARTER 25 White Female Virginia
        Elizabeth B CARTER 2 White Female Virginia
        Moore F CARTER 1 White Male Virginia
        John W CARTER 1 White Male Virginia
bitants of the frontier of this Colony. For L10,000. Securities: William BLACKWELL and William EUSTACE.

CHAPTER 5

Blackwell Family Records
Fauquier County, Virginia

Fauquier County, Virginia Blackwell Marriages 1759-1854 and Marriage Returns 1785-1848 by John K. GOTT, Heritage Books, Inc.

BLACKWELL, Armistead Elizabeth FOX 31 May 1796 bondsman d/o Samuel x
BLACKWELL, Armstead Nancy ARNOLD 18 Jun 1814 bondsman George Arnold
BLACKWELL, Arthur Margaret L. HUNTON 23 Nov 1825 bondsman w d/oWm E
BLACKWELL, Benjm Nelly FREEMAN 22 Jan 1799 bondsman James Freeman
BLACKWELL, Benjm Sally WELCH 8 Jul 1812 bondsman d/o Alexander
BLACKWELL, Elvira 38 Robert C SALE 45y 7mo 13 Jun 1861
Husband Parents John W SALE & Catherine Wife’s Parents John E BLACKWELL & Hannah R
BLACKWELL, Harriet (45) Vincent SMITH (55) 13 Jul 1867
Husband son of Charles and Mary Smith Harriet’s parents not listed.

BLACKWELL, Henry, 24 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents
J. D. BLACKWELL and Emma married 26 Dec 1894 to Frances G. BLACKWELL, 23 years of age,
Born & living in Fauquier County,, Virginia parents Wm & Isabelle Barron, married by S. M. ATHEY page 244.
BLACKWELL, James Mariah HITCH 25 JAN 1831bondsman d/o Aquilla x
BLACKWELL, James Elizabeth CARTER 6 May 1831 bondsman: James Cowles x
BLACKWELL, James Ann BLACKWELL 8 Mar 1766 bondsman John BLACKWELL x
BLACKWELL, James D Emma EDMONDS 28 Apr 1851 bondsman None
BLACKWELL, John Ann BLACKWELL 15 Nov 1765 bondsman A Churchill x
BLACKWELL, John Cathrine HINSON 11 Jul 1794 bondsman d/o George
BLACKWELL, John Frances C. DIGGES 29 Aug 1832 bondsman d/o Edward MR BOND 30 Aug 1832,
BLACKWELL, John, 70 years of age, widower, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, farmer parents Joseph & Ann BLACKWELL, Married on 5 Nov 1861, to
Catherine R. Digges, 45 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Edward & Ann E Digges, married by John Landstreet page 34
BLACKWELL, John Davenport, 40 years of age, widower, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, Minister of the Gospel, parents John & Rebecca BLACKWELL married on 16 Dec 1869 to Fannie G. SMITH 21 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Henry and Frances
SMITH, married by w. H. Medwright; page 89
BLACKWELL, John E. S. Maria E EDMONDS 12 Oct 1826 bondsman: Elias EDMONDS, Jr.
BLACKWELL, Joseph Ann GRAYSON GIBSON 14 Aug 1787 bondsman: Geo BROOKE
BLACKWELL, Joseph Mary W. BRENT 25 Oct 1802 bondsman: F. BROOKE
BLACKWELL, Joseph Jr Elizabeth EDMONDS 28 Apr 1808 bondsman: John BLACKWELL
BLACKWELL, Joseph Lucy SMITH 24 Oct 1842 bondsman: d/o Wm R MR 25 Oct 1841/ 1842
BLACKWELL, Leroy A., 27 years of age, single born in Prince William County, Virginia, living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Wm S & Julia T. BLACKWELL married on 5 Oct 1892 to Caroline L Jones, 23 years of age, single born n Petersbur, Virginia living in Fauquier County, Virainia parent C.P. Jones, married by J. J. Norwood, page 232.
BLACKWELL, Samuel Mary BRAGG 27 Dec 1788 bondsman: Wm Fincer
BLACKWELL, Samuel Peggy GILLISON 1 Dec 1780 d/o Mary
BLACKWELL, Samuel Susan PORTER 22 Feb 1819 bondsman: d/o Samuel MR (DAG) date of MR 23 Feb 1819
BLACKWELL, Thomas Judith GRANT 26 Sep 1781 bondsman: A. Churchill
BLACKWELL, Wm Cecelia FOOTE 6 Apr 1778 bondsman: John Roberts
BLACKWELL, William Ann EDMONDS 2 Mar 1795 bondsman: Zeph Turner
BLACKWELL, Wm Caty FINCER 23 Dec 1811 bondsman: d/o William
BLACKWELL, William M 32 years of age, single, born & living in Prince William County, Virginia farmer, parents Wm S. & Julia T. BLACKWELL married on 5 Sep 1894 to Olivia t. Lee, 21 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents H.H.& Olivia Lee, married by W. H. Robertson, page 242
BLACKWELL, Zacharette Solomon NEVERDONE 25 Dec 1865
Zachariah and Caroline BLACKWELL age 18 Abraham NEVERDONE age 24
   
ANDERSON, Joseph Charlotte FREEMAN 11 Dec 1790 bondsman: John BLACKWELL
MR 26 Dec 1790
ATWELL, Francis Mary MCDONALD 25 Oct 1768 bondsman: John BLACKWELL
BALL, James K Ann Eliza BLACKWELL 27 Feb 1817 bondsman: d / o John
BALL, Wm L Mary PIERCE 30 Apr 1804 bondsman: Wrd / o John BLACKWELL, Jr.
BELL, Charles Agatha C. BLACKWELL 17 Oct 1810 bondsman: Wm BELL
BROWN, John Mrs Matilda HUNTON 13 Jan 1831 bondsman: Arthur BLACKWELL
CAMPBELL, Hugh R Lucy S. BLACKWELL 10 Dec 1805 bondsman: Daniel WITHERS
CHILTON, Charles Betty BLACKWELL 19 Dec 1768 bondsman: d/ o Joseph
CHILTON, John Lettica BLACKWELL 10 Dec 1765 bondsman: Wm RANSDELL
CHILTON, John J Octavia BLACKWELL 5 Jun 1832 bondsman: Wm RANSDELL
Octavia E BLACKWELL mr 5 Jun 1832
CHILTON, Mark A Eliza M BLACKWELL 18 May 1809 bondsman: John BLACKWELL, Jr.
CHILTON, Samuel Lucinda BLACKWELL 19 May 1796 bondsman d/o Samuel
CHILTON, Thomas Jane CHILTON 28 Nov 1792 bondsman: wrd / o John
BLACKWELL
DOWNMAN, George Emily BLACKWELL 11 Oct 1819 BONDS d/o John MR (groom George W.., (date of marriage ______1820)
EDMONDS, James H Elizabeth V. BLACKWELL 22 Dec 1835 bondsman: d/o Joseph
EDMONDS, Wm Elizabeth BLACKWELL 16 Mar 1764 bondsman: Wm BLACKWELL
GASKINS, John H Nancy BLACKWELL 26 Jun 1802 bondsman: Joseph BLACKWELL
GILLISON, John Ann Lee BLACKWELL 10 Sep 1799 BONDS: Wm Stanton Jr.
GRAYSON, George Octavia EDMONDS 9 Mar 1804 bondsman: Joseph BLACKWELL
GREEN, Gabriel Sarah Ann GRANT 22 Sep 1783 bondsman: Tho BLACKWELL
GREEN, Moses Mary BLACKWELL 13 Feb 1765 bondsman: Samuel LACKWELL
GREEN, William Lucy BLACKWELL 13 May 1775 bondsman Wm BLACKWELL son of Robert
JEFFRIES, Enoch Agatha BLACKWELL 30 Oct 1815 bondsman: none given (MR)( REY)
GRAHAM, George Celia BLACKWELL 14 Jun 1786 bondsman: William HELM
KEITH, Thomas Judith BLACKWELL 23 May 1775 bondsman: Thom MARSHALL
LATHAM, Thomas Judith BLACKWELL 11 Dec 1821 bondsman: Wm Blackwell
LEE, Hancock Sinah Ellen EUSTACE 23 Aug 1788 bondsman: John BLACKWELL, Jr.
MARSHALL, John Ann Eliza BLACKWELL 17 Sep 1838 bondsman: A J MARSHALL
Mr (JUS) (bride Anne E BLACKWELL, date of MR - - - - 1838)
Maury, Benjm Elizabeth GRANT 14 Mar 1787 bondsman: Thos BLACKWELL
MISKELL, Augustine Mary BLACKWELL 26 Aug 1793 bondsman: d/o John
MOREHEAD, Chas W Matilda BLACKWELL 28 Apr 1828 bondsman: s/o Charles MR (Geo) Groom Charles W.
Morgan, Francis Mary READ 26 Nov 1774 bondsman:W. BLACKWELL
MORGAN, Simon Elizabeth PICKETT 14 Mar 1786 bondsman: Joseph BLACKWELL
Pannill, George Susan BLACKWELL 13 Feb 1806 bondsman: d/o Joseph
PAYNE, John D Lucy H. C. BLACKWELL 17 Jun 1852 no bondsman given
PAYNE, John W Mary A. E. BLACKWELL 26 Oct 1835 d/o Hannah. MR 29 Oct 1835
PICKETT, Martin Ann BLACKWELL 31 May 1764: bondsman d / o Joseph
PRICE, Bennett Judith BLACKWELL 1 Jun 1768 bondsman wrd/o John BLACKWELL
RICHARDS, Wm Ann BLACKWELL 21 Feb 1786 bondsman d / o John
ROBERTS, John Sarah BLACKWELL 19 Nov 1779 bondsman:James BLACKWELL
RUST, John Elinor ATCHISON 28 Jan 1771 bondsman: Wm BLACKWELL
SANDERS, Presley Dulaney BLACKWELL 1 Sep 1809 bondsman: Benj BLACKWELL
SHUMATE, John Susanna CRUMP 2 Feb 1775 bondsman: W BLACKWELL
SCOTT, John Betsy B. PICKETT 12 Feb 1805 bondsman wrd / o John BLACKWELL
SEATON, George Sarah SEATON 23 May 1786 bondsman: Joseph BLACKWELL
SIMPSON, Thomas Hannah BLACKWELL 12 Sep 1799 bondsman: L. Wharton (MR 17 Sep 1799)
SMITH, Darnall Jane BRADY 27 Jan 1817 bondsman: John E. BLACKWELL
SMITH, Lycurgus A Hannah N. B. HUNTON 16 Dec 1831 ward / o Arthur BLACKWELL
SMITH, Richard M Ellen H. BLACKWELL 30 Nov 1839 bondsman d/o John
SMITH, Wm R Lucy BLACKWELL 21 Mar 1809 bondsman Joseph BLACKWELL
STANTON, Wm Lucy BLACKWELL 24 Sep 1773 bondsman d / o Joseph
WALKER, Benjm Lucy F BLACKWELL 5 Oct 1853 bondsman (none given)
WITHERS, Wm Jr., Patty ASHBY 28 Mar 1786 bondsman: Joseph BLACKWELL

Marriage Register of Fauquier County, Virginia Volume 2; page 162
22 January 1799 - Benjamin Blackwell and James Freeman make bond for
the upcoming marriage of Benjamin Blackwell and Nelly Freeman. Consent
given by James Freeman, father of Nelly Freeman. Witnesses to consent
note: Wm Morgan, Alex F. Rose, James Freeman

BLACKWELL DEEDS FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINA (Continued)

John BLACKWELL deed Book 2 14 Sep 1766 Fauquier County, Virginia B&S Between George Crump and John Blackwell….200 acres being tract bough by John Crump, father of George Crump of Thomas Garner, then of Prince William County which fell to George Crump as heir at law to his brother Joseph Crump….L 1000 Signed Geo Crump.. recorded 27 Oct 1755 acknowledged by grantor.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Elizabeth - Will - 19 Jun 1790, 27 Apr 1801, Daughter: Hannah Blackwell to have a feather bed, furniture, six head of cattle, two horses, six chairs & 12 plates, Daughter: Lucy Green what may be due me from my brother George Crumps' estate, Exrs: Cole Wm. Edmonds, Wit:
John James, John Rector & Cornelius Reid; Book 3, page 295.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Elizabeth - Apprmt. - no date, 29 Sep 1801, value of estate 70 pounds, 6 shillings, 11 pence for horses, household items & stock, report prepared by Thomas Keith, Thomas Shumate & Benj. James, received by F. Brooke; Book 3, page 321.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Betsey V. - Gdn's Acc't - 10 Feb 1835, 27 Apr 1835, guardian
Elias Edmonds, expenditures $154.93, report reviewed by John Marr &
Robert Brent, received by A. J. Marshall; Book 13, page 462.

Joseph BLACKWELL Deed 15 Sep 1763 pages 91-93. Fauquier County, Virginia. B& S Between John Courtney and Joseph Blackwell and Richard Lewis…tract… 2 acres….5s… on Rock Run being part of the tract Courtney now live on.. down several meanders of Rock Run… Signed: John Courtney. Witness Joseph Sebastian, Henry Morless, William Dulaney, John Courtney. Recorded 27 Oct 1763, ack by grantor.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Armistead - Will - 2 Apr 1835, 24 Oct 1836, Wife: Elizabeth
P. Blackwell whole of estate, if she wishes to free all slaves (not named) after her death and to give to them enough monies from the estate for their settlement. If she should die before me, then slaves to be freed and residue of estate to be used for them to be resettled, Exrs: wife & John Fox, Wit: Aldridge James, Wm. Thompson & Edward Boteler; Book 15, page 65.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Armistead - Apprmt. - 20 Oct 1836, 28 Feb 1837, value of
Estate $24, 668 for crops, household items, plantation utensils & slaves; Obed $600, Bill $0, George $1000, Ealy $1000, Horace $1000, Festus $1000, Bertrand $1000, Milly $800, Florence $800, Amanda $800, Juliet $800, Elendor $700, Ann $700, Mary $400, Emeline $500, Delia $350, Tamma $300, Martha $400, Eliza $200, Octavia $150, Jane $150, Sarah $100, Louisa $100, Luce $500, Jim $1000, Arthur $1000, Frederick $800, Milton $700, Philip $700, Harry $100, Maria $400, Celia $0, Briss ? $0, Violet $100, Charles $600, Phill $800, Aaron $800, Thornton $400, Westley $600, John $100, Willis $300, Albert $1000, & Emily $200, report prepared by A. Gordon, Edward Boteler & Joseph Boteler, received by A. J. Marshall; Book 15, page 132

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 20 page 385
This indenture made the second day of April in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixteen between Elizabeth Freeman widow and relict of James Freeman decd.;James Freeman, Benjamin Blackwell and Ealinor his wife, William Freeman and Mary Ann his wife, John Freeman, Nathaniel Freeman ,Moab Freeman ,Elizabeth Freeman, Sally Freeman Nancy Freeman and Polly Freeman. Children and representatives of the said James Freeman decd late of the County of Fauquier and State of Virginia of the one part and William C. Freeman of the state and county aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said Elizabeth Freeman (children again named) for the sum of twelve hundred dollars to them in hand paid....all their right, title and interest in a tract or parcel lying on the Rappahannock River being the same tract of land purchased by deed bearing date 31st day of March one thousand seven hundred and eighty four of Benjamin Butler and now in record in said County of Fauquier....In the presence of Daniel Withers
Edgar Dorris William Settle James W. Dorris
At a court held for the County of Fauquier on the 24th of June 1816
The Indenture of Bargain and Sale was produced in Court and proved to be the act and deed of ( James Freeman heirs again named).
And at a court held for said County the 28th day of Octo. 1816 the
same was produced into court and was further proved by Danl. Withers and ordered to be recorded.

Joseph BLACKWELL Deed 27 July 1763 pages 93-95 Fauquier County, Virginia. B&S Between William Dulaney of Culpeper County and Joseph Blackwell and Richard Lewis… L15 … 100 acrres…being part of a tract taken up by Joseph Dulaney and him conveyed to Carles Dulaney by Deed of Gift and conveyed by Charles Dulaney to Wm Dulaney… southside Field’s road. Crump’s path. Signed: William Dulaney. Witness: John Henry, Jos Williams, James Wheatley. Recorded 27 Oct 1763, acknowledged by grantor.

Joseph BLACKWELL Deed 27 October 1763. pages 95-96 27 October 1763. B&S Between Joseph Williams and Elizabeth his wife and Joseph Blackwell and Richard Lewis….L10 140 acres part of a tract taken up by Joseph Dulaney and by conveyed to Charles Dulaney… and by him conveyed to Joseph Williams. Signed Jos Williams, Elizabeth (x) Williams. Wit Rodham Tollos, Daniel Harrill, William Dulaney. Recorded 27 Oct 1763 acknowledged by grantors.

Joseph BLACKWELL Deed 31 Oct 1763. Joseph Blackwell and Richard Lewis bout to each other in sum of L10,000…they have purchased from parties (see deeds) pine timber also property all on or near Rock Run…where they intend to erect mills for sawing of the timber….each relinquishes all right and title of Survivorship to above mentioned premises. Deeds to be executed to spell out their agreements. Signed Joseph Blackwell and Richard Lewis. Wit Jas Ball, Nicholas Currell. Recorded 23 Mar 1784.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
p. 24
Blackwell, Ann - will- 2 Jan 1828, 24 Mar 1841, All my property to be
distributed in accordance with my husband's will (individuals not
named), Exrs: none given, Wit: Lunsford McQuia & John Burgess, Codicil: Growing crops to go to my son James Blackwell, Wit: John Blackwell & Ann Gaskins: Book 17, page 78.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Armistead - Exec. Acc't - 11 May 1841, 26 Oct 1841, administer
John Fox, balance of estate $166.30, report reviewed by John Rickett &
Charles P. Chilton, received by A. J. Marshall; Book 17, page 332.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Benjamin - Comm. Acc't - 8 Jan 1851, 24 Feb 1851, administer
John Blackwell, monies for renting land $62, report reviewed by John Q.
Marr, received by Wm. H. Jennings; Book 23, page 99.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Benjamin - Comm. Acc't - 10 Feb 1852, 28 Jun1852, administer
John Blackwell, balance of estate $127.67, report reviewed by John Q.
Marr, received by Wm. H. Jennings; Book 24, page 100.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Benjamin - Comm. Acc't - 10 Jan 1853, 28 Feb 1853,
Administer John Blackwell, balance of estate $128.35, report reviewed by John Q.
Marr, received by Wm. H. Jennings; Book 24, page 304.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Arthur (of Washington Co. MD) - Will - 15 Mar 1852, 25 Nov
1852, Wife: Margaret the house & lot in the town of New Baltimore,
Fauquier Co. VA, all my slaves: Sally, Patsy, Ellen, George, old
Catherine, household items, bonds & $500, Residue of estate to be
Divided between Harriet Snively & Mary Ohr, Exrs: Jacob Snively, Wit: H.
Snider, Samuel Rinehart & ------?(not given) Graves; Book 24, page 228.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Benjamin - Comm. Acc't - 3 Mar 1856, 23 Mar 1857, administer
John Blackwell, monies into estate from a credit of monies from his
grandmother Mrs. Ann Blackwell, account of money out of the estate debt
paid to Western Lunatic Asylum for $123.90; Book 27, page 41.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Elizabeth P. - Will - 9 Feb 1859, 27 May 1859, Slaves: not named, freed, all my property sold, monies to be used to buy them land in OH or some other free state, Exrs: Charles P. Chilton & John P.
Phillips, Wit: A. C. Smith & Charles A. Weaver; Book 28, page 133.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1759-1799 by Dee Ann Buck, 1998
Blackwell, Elizabeth - Apprmt. - 25 Jan 1860, 25 Oct 1860, value of estate not given for bonds, household items, stock & slaves: Dinah & child $1000, Chapman $500, Matilda $1200, Roberta $1000 & Judy $100, report prepared by Joseph Jeffries, James Blackwell & Enoch Jeffries; Book 29, page 106.

The 1815 Fauquier County Landowners show the following:
BLACKWELL, Armistead; Elk Run, Marsh Run; 14SE.
BLACKWELL, John; estate=19SE.
BLACKWELL, John; Deep Run; 18SE.
BLACKWELL, Joseph, Junior=6NE.
BLACKWELL, Joseph, Senior=4NW.
BLACKWELL, Joseph; Warrenton, Marsh Run; 12SE.
BLACKWELL, Joseph=12SE.
BLACKWELL, Samuel, heirs; Deep Run; 18SE.
BLACKWELL, William, heirs; Elk Run; 15SE.

HOW DO THESE BLACKWELL FAMILIES FIT IN?
UNIDENTIFIED BLACKWELL FAMILIES IN FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA

Benjamin BLACKWELL and Elenor FREEMAN

1a. Benjamin BLACKWELL was born about 1774 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        Benjamin married Elenor “Nellie” FREEMAN 22 Jan 1799 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Eleanor was the daughter of James FREEMAN Junior and
      Elizabeth SHARPE Bondsman: James Freeman Benjamin died in 1824 in
        Madison County, Kentucky. Nelly was born in Fauquier County, Virginia
        and died in Madison County, Kentucky. Benjamin served in the War of 1812
        2a. William M. BLACKWELL married Mary WARD (they moved to Estill County,
        Kentucky) (some of the above information submitted by Debbie Blackwell
        Buckley)
   
        Marriage Register of Fauquier County, Virginia Volume 2; page 162
        22 January 1799 - Benjamin Blackwell and James Freeman make bond
        for the upcoming marriage of Benjamin Blackwell and Nelly Freeman.
        Consent given by James Freeman, father of Nelly Freeman. Witnesses
        to consent note: Wm Morgan, Alex F. Rose, James Freeman

        Benjamin died in 1824 Benjamin Blackwell lived in Culpepper County, Virginia when
        he entered the service. His widow Eleanor Freeman Blackwell lived in Madison
        County Kentucky, as of Jan. 3, 1869. They were married in 1799 or 1800. Soon after
        the war they moved to Madison, Kentucky, where he died in 1824.
        Source- Abstracts from the John K. Martin Papers War of 1812 compiled by Mrs.
       Helen Kay Yates continued from Volume 13, no. 1, pp. 9 to 12.
   
        Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 20 P385
        This indenture made the second day of April in the year of Our Lord One thousand
        eight hundred and sixteen between Elizabeth Freeman widow and Relict of James
        Freeman decd.;James Freeman,Benjamin Blackwell and Elinor his wife,William
        Freeman and Mary Ann his wife, John FREEMAN,Nathaniel Freeman ,Moab
        Freeman ,Elizabeth Freeman,Sally Freeman Nancy Freeman and Polly Freeman.
       Children and representatives of the said James Freeman decd late of the County of
       Fauquier and State of Virginia of the one part and William C. Freeman of the state and
       county aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said Elizabeth Freeman children
       again named )for the sum of twelve hundred dollars to them in hand paid....all their
       right, title and interest in a tract or parcel lying on the Rappahannock River being the
       same tract of land purchased by deed bearing date 31st day of March one thousand
       seven hundred and eighty four of Benjamin Butler and now in record in said County of
       Fauquier....In the presence of Daniel Withers, Edgar Dorris, William Settle, James W.
       Dorris

       At a court held for the County of Fauquier on the 24th of June 1816 The Indenture of
       Bargain and Sale was produced in Court and proved to be the act and deed of ( James
       Freeman heirs again named). And at a court held for said County the 28th day of Octo.
       1816 the same was produced into court and was further proved by Danl. Withers and
       ordered to be recorded. Teste Danl. Withers Clk.
      "WILL" of Robert Henson: WILLS OF VIRGINIA 1796-1804 , pages 335-356
       Included in this page is the fact that he was a Herdsman Proof of where his home was

“WILL OF ROBERT HENSON"

In the name of God Amen, I ROBERT HENSON, of FAUQUIER COUNTY and the
STATE of VIRGINIA, being sick and weak in body but in perfect mind and
memory thanks be to God calling unto mind the mortality of my body and
knowing that it is appointed for all men to die do make and ordain this
my Last Will and Testament evoking all others that is today.

First, of all I recomment my soul into the hand of Almighty God that
gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christain manner by
my Executors here aforementioned. And as touching such worldly estate
where with it had pleased God to Bless me with in this life I life,
Demise and Dispose of the same in the following manner and form to wit.

FIRST: I construct and and ordain, JAMES HINSON and TAPLEY HINSON, my
2 sons, the sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. First
it is my Desire that my land and all my NEGROES continue in the hands
of my aforesaid Executors to dispose of or sell to the best advantage
allowing them two years and from the day of my death to perform the
same should not opportunity permit sooner. I also leave in the hands
of my Executors my sorrell horse to be sold immediately after my death
or as soon as an advantageous sell can be made adn the money ariginf
from the sale I wish my Executors with what money I have by me to
purchase a NEGROE which NEGROE is to belonging to my Estate and to be
sold when the rest is equally divided______ ________ it is my desire
that my Executors keep as much of my stock of all kind as will be
wanted, for the use of my NEGROES adn Plantation also, what if my
furniture may be wanted. The rest of my goods and chattels to be sold
in Legal manner and the money arising from such sale to be equally divided amongst my children with the rest of my estate. It is my desire that my Executors furnish ELIZABETH WHITTON with twenty dollars in six months after my death.

My desire is that when my Estate is sold I wish the money to be equally
divided amongst all my children except twenty dollars to be deducted
out of my daughter, ANN DIALLS part. It there is more made on my land
than support my NEGROES I wish it to be equally divided also the above
mentioned Executors to pay any Legal or Just Debts may come against my
estate in______ whereof I have here unto set my hands seal this 29th
day of March of 1802.
R
        ROBERT HINSON (X)
Recorded in CULPEPER CO
(A large "R" is here above mark)
    Test: JOHN BLACKWELL
        JOHN BRONAUGH
        THOMAS BLACKWELL

Robert Henson is said to have been a Herdsman by trade. Recorded a cattle mark 1762 in Prince William County, Virginia. Book 1759-62, page 374

Purchased 164+47 acres from Mr. Dodd Nov 6, 1768 on Tin Pot Run (creek
in southern part of Fauquier County, Virginia

Sold 375 pounds of Beef, Mach 26, 1783 in Fauquier Co., VA

Signed Will on March 29, 1802 in Fauquier Co., VA it was RECORDED in
CULPEPER Co., Va Book 1796, Pages 355-356.

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1a. James BLACKWELL married Sarah YOUNG James descendant of William
        BLACKWELL and Elizabeth CRUMP J. Ben Robinson cited above marriage -
        cannot be found)
        2a. Benjamin BLACKWELL married Sarah/Sallie WELCH 8 July 1812 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia Sallie was the daughter of Alexander WELCH. Benjamin
        died in 1846.

BLACKWELL, BENJAMIN-Comm. Acc’t-8 Jan 1851, 24 Feb 1851, administer John Blackwell, monies for renting land $62, report by John Q Marr, received by Wm H. Jennings; Book 23, 99

1a. Elias E. BLACKWELL married Emily
        2a. Estelle F. BLACKWELL was born 20 Nov 1882 in Fauquier County, Virginia

1a. John E BLACKWELL married Hannah R. . Hannah R was born
        about 1802. Her will was written 4 Apr 1857 and proved 27 Sep 1858 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia.
        2a. John E. BLACKWELL
        2b. Lucy Frances BLACKWELL was born about 1822 in Virginia. Lucy married
        Benjamin F. WALKER
        2c. Eloisa or Ella or Elouisa BLACKWELL Eliza ? born about 1824 in Virginia.
        2d. Elvira BLACKWELL born in 1823 in Fauquier County, Virginia married
        Robert C. SALE 13 Jun 1861 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Robert was 45
        years 7 months 13 days old when married.Robert was the son of John W. SALE
        and Catherine
        2e. Emma Clisa BLACKWELL was born about 1823 in Virginia
        2f. Mary Agatha. E. BLACKWELL (daughter of Hannah) married John W.
        PAYNE 26 Oct 1835 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2g. William Alexander BLACKWELL
       
Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott, Heritage Books, 1990.
Book Three
Hannah Rice BLACKWELL, chosen guardian of Mary Agatha E. BLACKWELL, William Alexander BLACKWELL, orphans of John E. BLACKWELL, DECEASED 24 Oct 1831; for $3,000. Security Mark A. Chilton and Marshall Smith. J.C.C. William Bell, Robert Hart, Charles Hunton and James French.

Hannah Rice BLACKWELL, APPOINTED GUARDIAN OF Lucy Frances, Emma Clisa, and Elouisa Blackwell, orphans of John E. Blackwell, deceased 24 Oct 1831, For $3,000 Sec Mark A. Chilton and Marshall Smith, J.C.C. (same as above)

BLACKWELL, Hannah R.-Will 4 Apr 1857, 27 Sep 1858, Daughter; Emma to have the interest of $300
Bond, this considered to be her portion at her death balance to be paid to Mary M. PAYNE (relationship not given) daughter of John W & Judith Payne, Rest of the estate to go to her three children: John E. Blackwell, Eloisa Blackwell and Lucy F. Walker, Exrs: John E. Blackwell, Witness: James T. Colbert, D.W. Allen, & E.W. EASTHAM; book 27, page 339
________________________________________________________________________1a. James BLACKWELL deceased by 1 Sep 1809 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2a. Dulaney BLACKWELL

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott, Heritage Books, 1990.

Presley x Sanders guardian of Dulaney Blackwell, orphan of James Blackwell deceased 1 Sep 1809 For $100 Security Benjamin Blackwell, J. P: Edward Digges, Jr., Samuel Blackwell, Wm Skinker, Wm Horner, Gentleman
________________________________________________________________________1a. BLACKWELL, James 1850 Census age 50 born 1800 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        James married Mariah HITCH 25 JAN 1831 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        bondsman d/o Aquilla HITCH Mariah was age 50 in the 1850 census Ashby
        District born 1800. Dwelling 351
        2a. Joseph R BLACKWELL 1850 age 19 1831 born Fauquier County, Virginia
        2b. Charles W. BLACKWELL 1850 age 17 1833 born Fauquier County, Virginia
        2c. Mary V BLACKWELL 1850 age born 1836 Fauquier County, Virginia
        2d. Sarah BLACKWELL 1850 age 12 born 1838 Fauquier County, Virginia
        2e. Benjamin E BLACKWELL 1850 age 9 born 1841 Fauquier County, Virginia
        2f. Truman T. BLACKWELL 1850 age 1843 Fauquier County, Virginia
        2g. Matilda A. BLACKWELL 1850 age 2 1848 Fauquier County, Virginia
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1a. BLACKWELL, John married Frances C. DIGGES 29 Aug 1832 (marriage record 30
        Aug 1832) in Fauquier County , Virginia bondsman Frances was the daughter of
        Edward DIGGES 1850 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Dwelling 462 Farmer
        $9,700 John BLACKWELL 1850 age 59 born 1791 in Virginia. Frances C.
        BLACKWELL 1850 age 49 born 1801 in Virginia. Living with family Benj’s
        BLACKWELL male 1850 age 25 born in Virginia. Census indicate Insane.
        Also living there Ann E BLACKWELL 1850 age 26 born 1824 in Virginia
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Elias E. BLACKWELL 26 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, Farmer, parents James & Fanny BLACKWELL married 25 Jan 1882 to Frances G. BLACKWELL, 23 years of
Born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents M.C. & Sarah BLACKWELL
___________________________________________________________________________

1a. John D BLACKWELL and Julia A BLACKWELL
        2a. James D BLACKWELL was born 22 Jun 1866 in Fauquier County, Virginia

_____________________________________________________________________
BLACKWELL, John E. S. Maria E EDMONDS 12 Oct 1826 bondsman: Elias EDMONDS, Jr.

Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds - Lass of the Mosby Confederacy 1857-1867
Edited by Nancy Chappelear Baird printed by Commercial Press. (See Chart 1)

1a. John E. S. BLACKWELL married Maria E. EDMONDS 12 Oct 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Elias EDMONDS Junior was the bondsman.

        Maria E. EDMONDS was the daughter of John EDMONDS (of Bell Grove) born 1767 and died 1828.
        John married Mary Naomi HICKS. Mary Naomi HICKS was born in 1778 and died in 1837

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1a. Joseph BLACKWELL was born about 1737 in Northumberland County, Virginia.
        Joseph married 6 Nov 1761 in Northumberland County, Virginia to Hannah
        Shapleigh NELMS . Hannah was born about 1741 in Northumberland County,
        Virginia the daughter of William NELMS and Ann Jones. Hannah died 6 Nov 1761
        in Northumberland County, Virginia LDS Ancestral File
________________________________________________________________________
1a. Joseph BLACKWELL deceased before 22 Sep 1823
        2a. Sarah J. BLACKWELL
        2b. Mary W. BLACKWELL
        2c. Alexander C. N. BLACKWELL
        2d. Joseph A. BLACKWELL

Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759-1871, Abstracted & Compiled by John K. Gott, Heritage Books, 1990. page 48
EPPA HUNTON, guardian of Mary W. BLACKWELL, Alexander C.N. BLACKWELL, and Joseph A. BLACKWELL,” and hath been chosen by Sarah J. BLACKWELL, in said court, as her guardian all of who are orphans of Joseph BLACKWELL DECEASED 22 Sep 1823. For $600. Security William E. Hunton, J.C.C.: James S Pickett, Nimrod, Chandler Peyton, Asa Hume

1a. Joseph BLACKWELL deceased 23 Nov 1835
        2a. Elizabeth V. BLACKWELL.

James Blackwell, chosen guardian of Elizabeth V. Blackwell, orphan of Joseph Blackwell deceased 23 Nov 1835
1a. BLACKWELL Joseph 1880 age 38 born 1842 Fauquier County, Virginia Carpenter Fauquier County, Virginia

1880 census dwelling 312
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1a. Joseph A. BLACKWELL married Fanny
        2a. James BLACKWELL was born 6 Feb 1874 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        2b. William H. BLACKWELL was born 25 Sep 1879 in Fauquier County, Virginia
________________________________________________________________________
1a. Jos. A. BLACKWELL 1880 age 48 born 1832 married F. E.
        1880 Census Marshall District, Fauquier County, Virginia page 37A
        F. E. BLACKWELL was born 1880 age 44 1836 in Virginia
        2a. Netty M. BLACKWELL 1880 age 11 born 1869 Fauquier County, Virginia
        2b. H. S. BLACKWELL 1880 age 8 born 1872 Fauquier County, Virginia          
        2c. Jas. J. BLACKWELL 1880 age 6 born 1874 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2d. Willy H. BLACKWELL 1880 age 8 born 1872
          
1a. Joseph H. BLACKWELL married Rebecca
        2a. Pauline CARTER BLACKWELL was born 16 Aug 1877 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia

BLACKWELL, Margaret L. (of Washington Co. Maryland)-Will No Date 23, pr 1855, Slaves: Sally (to receive 4100), Patsy (to received $200) Lucy, Mary, Ellen, George, Eli, Catherine, all to be set free, To Silas B. Hunton of Fauquier to receive my house and lot in New Baltimore, but he is to pay Logan Hunton (son of Charles H. Hunton) $100, when he arrives at the age of 21 years. Further he is to pay $100 to Mary
Brent, $300. to Ann Butler and her son Logan & daughter Margaret, Estate to spend $25 to put a fence around Mr George Brents graveyard, Exrs: George Brent, Wit J Snively & John G. Wilson, In probate section state that she died the morning of 27 Feb 1855; Book 25, page 421.
________________________________________________________________________
1a. Matilda BLACKWELL
        2a. Ella D. BLACKWELL born 31 Dec 1876 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
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1a. Oliver BLACKWELL married Caroline and moved to Harrison County, Virginia
        2a. Sarah A. BLACKWELL was born 1840 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Sarah
        married Frances A REGER 4 Sep 1860 Harrison County, Virginia. Frances was
        the son of Angus M. and Eliza
        2b. Robert BLACKWELL was born about 1844 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Robert married Mary A. MCMILLAN 25 Mar 1867 in Harrison County, West
        Virginia. Mary was the daughter of William MCMILLAN and Jane
        2c. Mary A. BLACKWELL was born about 1846 in Fauquier County, Virginia Mary
        married Charles FORESTELL 8 Mar 1869 in Harrison County, West Virginia
        Charles was the son of Nelson H. FORESTELL and Mary J.
        2d. Porter BLACKWELL was born 1852 in Harrison County, Virginia. Porter
        married Susan Nuzum 13 Mar 1876 in Harrison County, West Virginia. Susan
        was the daughter of Richard L. NUZUM and Ruth E.
        2e. William D. BLACKWELL was born 1854 in Harrison County, Virginia. William
        married Josephine SHIPLEY 7 Jun 1877 in Harrison County, West Virginia .
        Josephine William D. BLACKWELL married (2) Matida Marks 1 Dec 1894 in
        Harrison County, West Virginia.
        2f. Enoch F. BLACKWELL was born about 1855 in Harrison County, Virginia.
        Enoch married Elizabeth HERON 25 Mar 1867 in Harrison County, West
        Virginia
       2g. James L BLACKWELL was born about 1863 in Harrison County, Virginia.
        James married Jennie WEASE 22 Mar 1885 in Harrison County, Virginia
   

1a. Samuel BLACKWELL married
(1)          Sarah
(2)          Peggy GILLISON 1 DEC 1780 Peggy daughter of Mary GILLISON marriage recorded in Fauquier and Loudoun County, Virginia.
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Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds - Lass of the Mosby Confederacy 1857-1867
Edited by Nancy Chappelear Baird printed by Commercial Press. (See Chart 1)

BLACKWELL, William Ann EDMONDS 2 Mar 1795 bondsman: Zeph Turner

1.          William BLACKWELL married Ann Edmonds 2 Mar 1795 in Fauquier County,
Virginia Ann or Nannie married William BLACKWELL in 1795. Ann was the daughter of William EDMONDS (born 1737 and died 1798) in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        William EDMONDS married twice
(1)          Frances Jane WILDER
(2)          Mrs Helen Shepherd Lancaster HACK

NOTE: To date we have been unable to determine how this William BLACKWELL is related.
For more information on this Edmonds family please refer to the Journals of Amanda Virginia EDMONDS - Lass of the Mosby Condereracy 1857-1867

Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 Nancy Baird, Carol Jordan, and Joseph Scherer Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 1
       
        Edmonds - Blackwell Cemetery, Warrenton, Virginia
        James Deruyter BLACKWELL born 1828 died 1901
        Colonel William EDMONDS died 19 Feb 1817 age 81 years
        Elizabeth BLACKWELL wife of Colonel William EDMONDS died 28 Feb 1817
        age 75 years

        Ivy Hill Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia
        Jos W. BLACKWELL born 10 Feb 1854 died 19 Apr 1930
        Sister Addie BLACKWELL died 1937
        Austin BLACKWELL 1868 died 1922
        Judith Emma EDMONDS BLACKWELL wife of J. DeRuyter BLACKWELL
        daughter of Elias EDMONDS BONR 28 Sep 1828 died 17 Nov 1913
        Capt Elias EDMONDS Office in War of 1812 1788 -1871; his wife Adeline 1802-
        1837, his son Elias 1832-1900,
        Emma EDMONDS daughter of Emma R & Joseph S JAMES born in Richmond,
        Virginia 13 May 1848 died in Fauquier County, Virginia 18 July 1865

        Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia
     
        Elias Edmonds BLACKWELL 1855 - 1937; Frances G. BLACKWELL 1858 -
        1936; Elizabeth C.
        BLACKWELL; Moore Carter BLACKWELL 1833-1917 (C.S.A. marker); Sarah
        A. Foote BLACKWELL 1832 - 1922 Elizabeth M. BLACKWELL 1857 - 1934

        Edwin Smith BLACKWELL 22 Oct 1849 died 21 Nov 1912 his wife Nannie
        LEAVELL 8 Sep 1856 - 13 Nov 1946; Lieut Edwin Smith Blackwell Jr, USA 27
        Sep 1891 died 9 Feb 1916
        Joseph Minor BLACKWELL lieu Comdr USN 20 Apr 1889 died 27 July 1923
        Agnes Newton BLACKWELL born Oct 1879 died 13 Dec 1973
        Louise Steptoe BLACKWELL born 26 Jul 1881 died 8 Mar 1969
        Nannie Leavell BLACKWELL 11 Oct 1882 died 2 Sep 1984
        John M LEAVELL Sgt US Army World War I 1894 - 1980

        Elizabeth Blackwell Smith Wife Robert A. McIntyre 29 July 1860 died 11 Jun
        1940

        Mary D. BLACKWELL born 25 May 1912 died 1 Mar 1913

        Willie G. BLACKWELL Virginia PFC 39 Infantry World War II born 29 Aug
        1945 died 18 Sep 1953 (American Legion Marker)
       
        Pauline Coleman BLACKWELL born 24 Oct 1900 died 11 Nov 1983

        Perry Brooke JOHNSON born 23 Oct 1876 died 3 Aug 1955
        Estelle Blackwell JOHNSON born 20 Nov 1882 died 4 Aug 1955

        BLACKWELL, J. Davenport born 2 Apr 1897 died 28 Nov 1861

        BLACKWELL, Alexander born 7 Mar 1903 died 19 Jan 1971
        Lucy G. born 2 Jan 1891 died 3 Jul 1965

        BLACKWELL, Roger born 4 Oct 1876 died 20 Jul 1966
       
        Fauquier County Tombstone Inscriptions Volumes 1 and 2 Nancy Baird, Carol
        Jordan, and Joseph Scherer Heritage Books, 2000 Volume 2, page 8
       
        Blackwell Cemetery, Orlean, Virginia
        Located 1.5 miles South East of Orlean on East side of Route 688 in field with stone
        wall, boxwood fieldstone markers with no inscriptions. Mr and Mrs Wesley
        Blackwell, present owners knew who were buried there and obtained the following
        dates from the Family Bible owned by his brother Edward Blackwell, Lincoln,
        Virginia

        Joseph A. BLACKWELL died 13 Sep 1896
        William Horton BLACKWELL died 18 Sep 1901
        Willis Horton BLACKWELL died 23 Sep 1882
        Nettie May BLACKWELL JAMES died 28 Mar 1903
        Edward A. JAMES died 28 Mar 1903
        James Joel BLACKWELL died 19 Jun 1941
        Lena Bessie Hume BLACKWELL born 2 Mar 1881 died 6 Nov 1961
        Anna Blackwell MARSHALL born 7 July 1914, died 15 Mar 1943

        Cedar Grove Cemetery, Bealeton, Virginia

        Julia T. BLACKWELL born 1 Jul 1836 died 16 Nov 1913
        C. Gordon BLACKWELL born 30 July 1862 died 8 Mar 1929
        Wm M. BLACKWELL born 15 Nov 1860 died 21 Sep 1931
        Olivia L. born 3 May 1873 died 13 July 1953

        Ebenezer Church, between Midland and Somerville, Virginia

        Clarence BLACKWELL Virginia PVt US ARMY World War I born 10 Aug 1889
        died 7 May 1971 Florence BLACKWELL 11 Jun 1891 died 19 July 1986

        Heart’s Delight Church Cemetery, Sowego, Virginia
        Mother Ella BLACKWELL died 19 Feb 1929

        Hicks - Edmonds Cemetery, Paris, Virginia

       (sacred to the memory of) Maria A. BLACKWELL consort of J.E.S. (Jno Edward
       Shepherd) Blackwell born 17 Jun 1799 died in Knoxville, Tennessee died in
       Knoxville, Tennessee 23 Apr 1845 ages 45 years 10 months, 6 days These her mortal
       remains were removed from Knoxville, Tenn to her native county and state, by her
       husband

      Poplar Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, near Warrenton, Virginia
     Thomas BLACKWELL Va STM 1 USNR World War II born 18 July 1909 died 6 Mar
     1973 Rock marker

     Burial Locations Unknown
     Betty BLACKWELL died Mar 1860

     Confederate Soldiers Buried in Fauquier County Cemeteries
     Joseph Hancock BLACKWELL Co. D 43rd Bn Va. Cav Blackwell, The Meadow,
     Bethel 1905
     Moore C. BLACKWELL Co E 38th Va Ing Warrenton born 1833 died 1917
     D. BLACKWELL (unit not given) Warrenton born 17 Jun 1822 died 26 Jun 1887

     Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Fauquier County Cemeteries
     BAILEY, Carr Pvt Wm Triplett’s Calvary
     BARNETT, Ambrose Ens Fauquier County Militia
     BLACKWELL, John Lt Col 2nd Bn Fauquier Militia born 1755 died after 1795
        Lt Col 1st Bn Fauquier Militia
     BLACKWELL, Joseph 2nd Lt John Chilton’s co 3rd Va Regt

     Joseph Blackwell Cemetery
     Born 1752 died 1826
     BLACKWELL, Joseph Pvt Capt Wm Blackwell’s Co Culp Min Bn
        Cadet John Ashby’s Co 3rd Va Regt
        2nd Lt Thomas Blackwell’s Co 10th Va Regt
        1st Lt Captain
     BLACKWELL, Samuel Maj 1st bn Fauquier Militia born 1745 died 1782/3
        Lt Colonel Fauquier Milita
        Capt Col Thomas Marshall’s 1st Va Ret of Artillery
    BLACKWELL, William Capt Culpeper Minute Men Battalion born 1738 died 1782
        Capt llth Regt
        Capt Co No 6 Morgan Rifle Rgt
        Capt Fauquier Militia
CHILTON, Charles 1st Lt James Bell’s co Fauquier Military
        Capt Fauquier Military
DONAPHAN, Joseph QM Sgt William Triplett Cav Co Fauquier Militia before 1 July 1818

1787 Fauquier County, Virginia Tax List
Tax List A
BLACKWELL, Elizabeth Self 0 6 6 2 12 (not tithable)
BLACKWELL, Joseph Self 0 4 6 5 10 Sheriff
BLACKWELL, George S Self 0 4 4 9 9
BLACKWELL, Joseph Sr Self 0 7 6 3 17
BLACKWELL, John Jr Self 1 2 3 4 8
BLACKWELL, Samuel Self 0 11 11 9 15

Tax List B
BLACKWELL, Joseph Self 0 9 19 5 11
BLACKWELL, Thomas Self 0 5 5 5 9

Tax List C
No BLACKWELL

1800 Personal Property Tax List Prince William County, Virginia No Blackwell

The 1815 Fauquier County Landowners show the following:
BLACKWELL, Armistead; Elk Run, Marsh Run; 14SE.
BLACKWELL, John; estate=19SE.
BLACKWELL, John; Deep Run; 18SE.
BLACKWELL, Joseph, Junior=6NE.
BLACKWELL, Joseph, Senior=4NW.
BLACKWELL, Joseph; Warrenton, Marsh Run; 12SE.
BLACKWELL, Joseph=12SE.
BLACKWELL, Samuel, heirs; Deep Run; 18SE.
BLACKWELL, William, heirs; Elk Run; 15SE.

1850 FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA USGENWEB - ASHBY DISTRICT
Ashby District
    11 360 369 BLACKWELL, Sarah 13 F W Va
____________________________
    41 525 540 JEFFERS Joseph 33 M W Farmer 10,600 Va
    42 526 541 BLACKWELL Joseph 30 M W Farmer 6,700 Va
___________________________

816 833 BLACKWELL Elizabeth 71 F W Farmer 8,000 VA
________________________________
28 905 922 BLACKWELL Moor C. 16 M W Student Va
_______________________________
TURNER DISTRICT
    34 396 398 BLACKWELL Elizabeth C. 13 F Va

1880 CENSUS FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA

CEDAR DISTRICT, FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA

Census Place:          Center, Fauquier, Virginia
Source:          FHL Film 1255365 National Archives Film T9-1365 Page 179D
Relation          Sex          Marr          Race          Age          Birthplace
Sallie B. EDMONDS          Self          F          SW          73 VAOcc: At Home          Fa: VA          Mo: VA
Jane BLACKWELL          Cousin          F          SW          60VA Occ: At Home          Fa: VA          Mo: VA

Marriages Fauquier County, Virginia 1854-1880 by Dee Ann Buck

BLACKWELL, John 70 years of age widower, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia farmer, parents Joseph and Ann Blackwell, married on 5 Nov 1861 to Catherine R. Digges, 45 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Edward & Ann E Digges, married by John Landstreet; page 34.

BLACKWELL, John Davenport, 40 years of age widower, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia Minister of the Gospel, parents John & Rebecca Blackwell, married on 16 Dec 1869 to Fannie G. Smith, 21 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Henry and Frances Smith, married by W. H. Medwright page 89

BLACKWELL, Joseph H.., 23 years of age, single, born and living in Meadows, Fauquier County, Virginia farmer, parents James & Elizabeth BLACKWELL married on 21 Nov 1855 to Annie r. Edmonds, 18 years of age, single born in Paris, Fauquier County, Virginia parents John R. & Helen C. Edmonds, married by C.H. Shield page 7.

BLACKWELL, Moore C. 21 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, farmer, parents James and Elizabeth Blackwell married on 19 Dec 1854 to Sarah A. Foote, 22 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Richard H. & Frances Foote, married by J. Davenport Blackwell, page 3.

BLACKWELL, William S. 26 years of age, single, born in Fauquier County, Virginia livening Gordensville, Orange County, Virginia Retail Merchant, parents Wm S. & Ann G. Blackwell, married on 15 Jan 1857 to Julia Nutt, 21 years of age single. Born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Moncure E. & Ann E Nutt, married by J.D. Blackwell, page 14.

SMITH, Isaac E., 28 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia. Farmer, parents Wm R & Lucy SMITH married on 10 Jan 1866 to Agnes E. Blackwell, 24 years of age, single, born & living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents James and Elizabeth BLACKWELL, married J. D. Blackwell; page 45

Smith, Albert, 24 years of age, single, born in Fauquier County, Virginia living in Atchison, Kansas, Speculator in Kansas land and Student of Law, parents Col Wm R. Smith and Lucy B. Blackwell, married on 25 Nov 1858 in James Blackwell house to Elizabeth C. BLACKWELL 21 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County,
Virginia parents James Blackwell and Elizabeth Carter.

WILLIAMS, Amos 45 years of age, single born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Billy and Sylla Williams married on 4 Jan 1874 to Lucy BLACKWELL 35 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia. Parents Zach and Caroline BLACKWELL MARRIED BY Lee Warring; page 121.

SALE, Robert C. 45 years and 7 months of age, widower, born and living in Orange County, Virginia farmer parents John W. and Catherine Sale married on 13 Jun 1861 to Elvira Blackwell, 38 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier county, Virginia parents John e. and Hannah R. Blackwell, married by B.L. Hume, page 33.

SMITH, Vincent, 55 years of age, widower, born in Loudoun County, Virginia living in Fauquier County, Virginia Laborer, parents Charles and Mary Smith married 13 Jul 1867 to Harriet BLACKWELL 45 years of age widow, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents -------- & --------- Blackwell (sic) married by B.P. Dulin; page 60.

PARKER, Julius, 50 years of age, single, born in Caroline County, Virginia laborer parents Jacob and Jane Parker, married on 5 Jun 1873 to Kittie Blackwell, 40 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia, mother Emma Turner, married by E. Roberson page 117

ROSE, A. F. 33 years of age, single, born in Stafford County, Virginia living in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents E. F. ROSE and Elizabeth ROSE married on 16 Jul 1879 to Lucy S. Blackwell, 32 years of age, single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents James and Elizabeth Blackwell married by John L. Lindsay page 155.

KEITH, Isham Jr., 21 years of age single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia, Farmer, parents Isham & Julia Keith, married on 20 Dec 1854 to Sarah A. Blackwell 18 years of age single born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Wm & Ann S. BLACKWELL, married by J. Davenport Blackwell. Page 3

NEVERDONE, Solomon 24 years of age, single born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia laborer parents Abraham and Eliza NEVERDONE MARRIED ON 25 Dec 1865 to Zacharett Blackwell, 18 years of age single, born and living in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Zachariah and Caroline BLACKWELL married by J. W. MCCurran page 41

Marriages Fauquier County, Virginia 1881-1896
By Dee Ann Buck

Death Registry - Fauquier County, Virginia 1853-1896 by Dee Ann Buck

BLACKWELL, Agnes died on 15 Oct 1877, near Bethel, erysipelas, single, age of death 23 years, born in Fauquier Co., Va., parents Joseph BLACKWELL & Lucy BLACKWELL, death reported by her father, page 77 line 2.

BLACKWELL, Ann died on 27 Dec 1854, affection of heart, widow, age of death 52 years, consort of Wm Blackwell deceased, death reported by John D. Payne, doctor & son-in-law; page 11 line 9.

BLACKWELL, C.W. male, died on 13 Jan 1895, heart failure, single, age of death 60 years, Farmer, born in Fauquier County, Virginia parents James and Mary Blackwell, death reported by T.T. Blackwell, brother; Page 163 line2.

BLACKWELL, Elizabeth C. died on 7 Apr 1877. widow, age of death 71 years, born in
Fauquier County, Virginia parents M.F. and J.A. CARTER, death reported by Lucy J. Blackwell, daughter; page79 line 9.

BLACKWELL, female, died in Jul 1854, cause of death unknown, age of death 1 month, Joseph & Lucy BLACKWELL, death reported by her father; Page 11, Line 14.

BLACKWELL, female, died in May 1856, cause of death unknown, age of death 2 months, Joseph & Lucy BLACKWELL, death reported by her father; Page 46, Line 15

BLACKWELL, female, died on 27 Nov 1896, near Orlean, cause of death unknown, age of death 1 day, born near Orlean, Virginia, parents H.S. & Lucy BLACKWELL, death reported by her father; page 167, line 2.

BLACKWELL, James, died on 5 Feb 1885 in Palmes Roads, old age, age of death 85 years and 5 days, born in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Benj & Tobially Blackwell, death reported by C.W. BLACKWELL; son page 119, line 5.

BLACKWELL, Joseph A., died on 13 Sep 1896, near Orlean, dropsy, married age of death 65 years, born near Orlean, Virginia, farmer, parents James & Mariah Blackwell, death reported by Fannie E. Blackwell, wife: page 168 line 4.

BLACKWELL, Julia Ann, died on 18 Aug 1866, chronic thrush, age of death 32 years, born in Southampton County, Virginia consort of John D. Blackwell, parents Francis and Emma BUTTS, death reported by her husband, page 53 line 2.

BLACKWELL, Lucy, died on 18 Oct 1895, heart failure, married, age of death 70 years, born in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Wm & Lucy SMITH, death reported by E.S. BLACKWELL, son page 163, line 5.

BLACKWELL, Lucy, died on 20 Nov 1896 in Bethel, poison, widow, age of death 68 years, born in Fauquier County, Virginia, parents Wm & Lucy SMITH death reported by Edloe Sudduth, undertaker; page 170, 21.

BLACKWELL, Taliaferro, died in 1854, consumption, married, age of death 35 years, death reported by Mrs Berryman head of the family. Page 11, line 10.

BLACKWELL, William H. died on 3 Sep 1882, near Orlean, flux, age of death 3 years, born in Fauquier County, Virginia parents, Joseph & Annie E BLACKWELL, death reported by his father; page 102, line3.