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Regarding the birth years for several ancestors from the 1970 census; Doug Barnett, Ms. Miyagwa, David Barnett

Auction at the late residence of R. Omohundro, Sr., deceased, situated in Fluvanna, within three miles of Columbia; seventeen total slaves, likely valuable farm hands; payment to Farmer's Bank of Virginia at Richmond.

Auctioneer RC Stiegman; Names of Slaves: Harry, Louisa and child, Isaac, Isaac and Mahala and 3 children, Mills, Edmund, William and child
Tammy, Daniel, Sydney and four children, Judy Ann, Phillip, Jim Boy and Little Mary and 5 children, Charney,…

Slave woman sent to Columbia; Allen Richard

Jack and his wife Isabella, Alex McRae, Pullinam and Davis

Henry Wood, Cumberland County, slave named Edmund Gibson

Pulliam and Davis, Alexander McRae, Morgan, Jack, sales of clothing, Amanda and two children, Jack

Robert Kent, Johnson

signed Samuel Johnson, addressed to Robert Kane, mention of sale of negro woman first name starting with A

Alex McRae, Betty, charges for clothes etc., 2% commission

signed Silas, addressed to W. Pace, Mr. Mcleney (?)

Original is in the Tennessee State Archive from the papers of John Overton of the Hermitage, TN. It appears to be a register of births and baptisms while Reverend Robert Barret was the minister of Trinity Parish in central Louisa County. Among the…

11_0793 1822-1893 Book small_compressed.pdf
The first existing Session records of Providence Presbyterian Church in Gum Spring begin in 1822. The church, established in 1747, is the oldest Presbyterian building still in use in the Commonwealth of Virginia. These records contain the birth and…

D2020.02.01 Elijah Rollins.jpg
Elijah Rollins (1895-1962) and his wife Violet Shelton (1900-1982) were both born along the Louisa County/Goochland County line above Gum Spring. Place names associated with these people include Rolling Path Rd, East Leake, and Hadensville. Elijah…

D2020.02.03 Memorandum of Negro Ages Julian Kean Undated.jpg
Dr. Julian Kean of Goochland moved to Attonce in the lower end of Louisa County and kept this list in his memorandum book. A digital copy of a photocopy of the original was donated by the family.

Enumeration of males over 21 for taxation of personal property.
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