Note for: Blackwell Marshall Smith, 1849 - Index
Moved to Calfornia in 1890
Note for: Sarah Ann Sally Roberts, 1783 - 23 Dec 1866 Index
Father Reuben ROBERTS
Note for: Adrian Anglin, ABT 1693 - 25 Apr 1777 Index
Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume VI page 260
Adrian Anglin, 400 acres, Albemarle County on the Brs of Hunts Creek, adj, William Hunt Allen, 3 Mar 1760, p.670 L2
James Agee, 300 acres Albemarle County near Green;s Creek of Slate Rive adjacent Adrian Anglin, Stephen Ford, Mullington, Easley, William Lawhorn and Hugh Green 3 Mar 1760, page 670. L1@10
Adrian Anglin * Henry Hambleton 370 acres Albemarle on the South side adjoining to Slate River (also as Slake Rive. adj Henry Hambleton & Adrian Anglin 20 Aug 1760, p 853 15 shilling
William Burgess, 195 acres Albemarle Co on the borders of the Byrd Cree adjoining John Thurmond, Samuel Davis, David Parish, & Thomas Kent 20 Aug 1760 858 L1.
William Anglin, 94 acres Lunenberg Co beg on N side of Smith[s river opposite the Mouth of Bowings Creek 12 Feb 1755, p 483. 10 Shilling ( Regranted to James Gilliam in Halifax Co PB 34, 937.
James Gilliam 94 acres Halifax County on both sides of Smith's River and down Bowings Creek 7 Aug 1761, p 937. 10 Shill. Whereas by patent 12 Feb 1755 Gtd
William Anglin (PB32 page 483 in Lunenburgh County now Halifax and Where as William Anglin hath fialed to pay quitrents and to make Cultiv and improv and James Gilliam hath made humble suit and obtained a grant for the same.
William Binion 154 acres Albemarle Co N Borders of North side and joing Slate River in a bend of said River adj Hugh Green, John Hunter, Gideon Marr and Adrain Anglin; 15 July 1760, p 556 L1.
George Carrington, 4,870 acres Albemarle Co among the N Brs of slate River, crossing the great Cr of Sd Riv crossing Howards Road; adj Meredith Manning, Adrian Anglin, Henry Hambleton & Capt Allen; 7 Aug 1761, p 888 L24S10
ANGLIN, Philip. R.225
9 Apr 1834. Henry County, Virginia. Philip (X) Anglin of said county, aged
91, declares that in the early part of the the war, the Tories having committed
many depredations, Capt. Bush raised a colunteer company in chich he served
In 1779 he marched from the place he now resides in Henry County, which was a
part of Pittsylvania County, under Capt. James Shelton againts the Tories who
become very troublesome. He served three months and was stationed a part of
the time at Flower Gap in the Alleghany Mountains which was a place of
rendezvous and shelter for the Tories.
He was later called out by Col Abraham Penn, the Lieutenant of the County, and
marched against the Tories into North Carolina on the Yadkin River where it
waqs understood the Tories had collected in Great Force. A few days before the
Americans arrival the Tories dispersed. He was stationed at several places in
the Tory Settlements. He expected to prove this service by Maj Peter Hairston
of Stokes County, North Carolina and set his son Robert Anglin to Hairstons
house but he found him on his death bed.
He served two small tours guarding prisoners taken at King's mountain and at
Cowpens. He was employed about 12 or 14 days in both instances.
He was born 20 Dec 1742 in Albemarle County according to a paper used by his
father as a family register. He moved from Albemarle County when about 20
years of age and lived in Amherst and Bedford counties until about 30 when he
removed to his present place of residence.
30 Nov 1833. Henry County, Virginia. Stephen King declares that Phillip
Anglin served a military tour of three months under Capt James Shelton and was
with him against the Tories stationed at Flower Gap. They were discharged at
14 Feb 1834 Patrick County, Virginia William Carter of said county declares
that about 18 months since he was at the house of Major Peter Hairston in
Stokes County, North Carolina and heard a conversation between the son ofPhillip Anglin and Hairston. Hairston said that Philip Anglin was a
The Adrian Anglin with 200 acres grant Sep 25, 1746 on both side of Slate River
and Rocky Creek is in Buckingham Coutny, Virginia. Rocky Creek may also be
little Rocky creek which is in Louisa County, Virginia. The National
Genealogical Quarterly stated one must go to Goochland County and early
Buckingham county records In Will Book I page 33 Albemarle County Virginia Aug
15, 1751 on Adrian Anglin was witness to Wm Allen's will May be the same
above man mentioned in Volume 13.
Adrian Anglin's name is spelled differently in several records.
Adrian Anglin Senior's will in Patrick County, Virginia - Will Book I page 117
wife Elizabeth, Jno John, Philly, Elisha, Elizabeth, Polly Lackey, Matilda
Sharp, Harman ?, Jane and Lydia. (Similar name is John Anglin of Carter
County, Kentucky. Is Adrian the same man who is son of John and Elizabeth
of Pittsylvania County and his first wife Sarah died after 1806 and he
remarried Elizabeth ____________. Sons name Elisha named for Elisha. William
in deed the name Lydia of John's family of Pittsylvania.
Birth records from handwritten record sent from Marietta Anglin,
grandaughter of Philip Anglin 6th child of Adrian Anglin to Leslie Nicholson
Ross 601 Camilla Ave S.E Roanoke, Virginia 24014 from Record in Salt Lake City
Utah from Olan R. Lewis 204 Howard Ave Piedmont, Ca 94611
Copy of record in Anglin file of James Anthony Burgess.
1764 Buckingham Tax List
Adrian Anglin (Constable) 0 White Tithable 0 Wheel Carriages 400 acres
Anglin, Adran Buckingham 1773 1 Tithable
Anglin, Jos Buckingham
Anglin, Adrian Jr. Buckingham 1774 2 Tithable
Anglin, Philip Buckingham 1773 1 Tithable
Anglin, William Buckingham 1773 2 Tithable
Anglin, William Buckingham 1774 2 Tithable
Morris and Nettie Anglin
1426 E Nielson
Mesa, Az 85204
Lee & Julie Anglin
405 E Prince #910
Tucson, Az 85705