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1 Divorced 1909 Family: F11776
2 Divorced before 1899 Family: F00092
3 From Pulaski, Kentucky, Marriage Records 1864-1880, Pulaski Co Historical Society: Jasper N. Taylor, 22, 1st marriage, b. Lincoln, Kentucky, USA father b. Rockcastle, Kentucky, USA mother b. Pulaski, Kentucky, USA married: Mary Jane Warren, 25, 2nd marriage, b. Pulaski, Kentucky, USA father f. Rockcastle, Kentucky, USA mother b. Pulaski, Kentucky, USA ; at the home of John Todd, sur. Jno S. Taylor, other: Geo Anderson, Sary Griffin. Family: F00230
4 Info from Choctaw Co GenWeb page, Images, pioneers, for Lemon Hart Family: F01035
5 Info regarding marriage from Leah Routien in the MyFamily/Routien group site under History/Routons in the 1870 Lincoln, Kentucky, USA Census Family: F01254
6 Marriage between Lee Brogdon and Liza Chapman, Marshall, Oklahoma, USA Vol 3, p195, for years between 3 May 1915--5 April 1919 Family: F05057
7 Marriage found in "Pulaski Co. Marriage Records, Bk 2 (1851-1863)" Published by Pulaski County Hist. Soc., Somerset Kentucky, May 1984, p. 90:
"John W. Riddle, 21 Dec. 1852 Angelina Langford; sur. John W. Riddle, Solomon Anderson. b. par: in another co living with Ponnay Anderson" 
Family: F00207
8 Marriage performed by P.F. McClarren JP, at Michael Crytzer residence, Kittanning Twp. Both bride and groom residents of Armstrong Co. Witnesses: Miss Hannah Nelson and James Heilman. Family: F00011
9 No official marriage Family: F11110
10 Pulaski Co. Marriage Records, Bk 2 (1851-1863), Pulask i Co. Hist. Soc, Somerset Kentucky, May 1984, p90:
Aquilla Riddle, 25 Aug 1858 Martha E. Eubanks, sur: Aquilla Riddle, Allen Eubanks 
Family: F00097
11 Pulaski, MA, USArr. Records, Bk 2, (1851-1863), Pulaski Co Hist. Soc., Somerset Kentucky, May 1984:
Anderson Todd, 27 on 20 June 1862 Elisa Ridel, 24, groom 2nd mar.; sur: Robert A. Cook, Anderson Todd, Jr.; b(ride) b. Rockcastle Co. ; res. J.Wm. Ecton (Acton?). Min: John Carson; wit: Joseph Griffin, Wm. Ecton 
Family: F00218
12 Pulaski, MA, USArr. Records, Bk 2, 1851-1863, Pulaski Co. Hist. Soc., Somerset, Kentucky, May 1984:
p 3: James Anderson 8 Dec 1852 Nancy Jane Eubank; sur: James Anderson, Allen Eubank, b.f. Ellen Eubank; res: Allen Eubank; Min: Enos Bishop Chr. Ch. 
Family: F00964
13 Pulaski, MA, USArriage Records, Bk 2 (1851-1863) Pulaski Co. Hist. Soc., Somerset, Kentucky, May 1984:
Anderson Todd a. 27 on 17 July 1856 m. Caroline E. Eubanks, age 28, mar: Clerk's Office Pulaski, MI, USAn: W.H. Winter, Meth; wit: Robert Griffen & William Fox 
Family: F00220
14 Info regarding birth of these children is from "Centralized Abney Archives", October 2000 Vol IV, Issue II. Abney Dannett, Sr.
15 Info re this family comes from R. Robert Abney on GenForum and from "The Winchester Sun" 1/24/1955 obit Abney Edgar Pearl
16 2-08: Delores Carpenter's line Abney Elijah
17 1850 Census, Rockcastle, Kentucky, USA : Is the Elisha Abner, age 41, b Kentucky the same as Elisha Abney? Abner has female Hannah 26, Joseph 16, Mary 17, Charlotte 15, James 11, Julia 10, Andrew 8, Binj 3, and Sally Ann 1. Abney Elisha
18 Info from Jerry A. Powers, Abney GenForum 23 Oct 2002 and Charles Sterling Owens. Abney Henry
19 Sibling & parents' names from obit 12 Dec 1963 "The Winchester Sun". Abney Joseph, Jr.
20 Seems that many of the Abney family in Estill, Kentucky, USA began (at least the 1860 census) to spell their name ABNER. I have left them as Abney Abney Littleberry
21 Info re: Nathaniel's children from Gladys Stovall Armstrong Abney Nathaniel, Jr.
22 Info regarding Paul and children, John and children, come from"The Abney Family Centralized Archives" by R.R. Abney, Jr., Editor, Nov. 1997 Vol II, Issue I and Nov 1998 Vol II, Issue VII. Abney Paul
23 Notes from R. Robert Abney: On 3 June 1686, about a day's sail out of Virginia, the ship on which he worked was seized by a Spanish Man-O-War of the Barlo Vento Fleet. Cargo was pirated and Paul was forced to sign a receipt therefor. On 26 June 1686, Paul was deposed in England. On 28 Oct 1687, Gov. Richard Coney writes a letter to the deputy governor, Sir James Russell, begging that Lt. Paul not be imprisoned. This is last record of Paul found. Seems he was never married, no issue, nor never lived in VA Abney Paul
24 USGenweb, Estill, Kentucky, USA : Estill Co Surnames: "June 1814, William Abney vs Lewis Winkler, has love and good will for neighbors, slander in public, said damn old thief" Sues for $10,000, witness were John McKinney, James Riddle, Courtland Skinner, Wm. Witt Sr. and Charles Abney.
Abney William, Sr.
25 There is Emil Abraham 1859-1924 buried in St. Peter's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Sec. C, Row 1, Plot 5b. Alvin Emil Abraham and wife, Emilie Rose Heer, are also buried in Sec. C, as are a Frederick Heer, and wife Rosa, in Row 11. COULD THIS BE Alvin Emil's father, Albert?

An Emil Abraham, age 60, lives in home of John W. Morris, as servant, b. Germany, col. 13 (unreadable) has 1881, col. 14 has Al (alien) 
Abraham Albert
26 Dorothy Pease Abraham's wedding book of 30 June 1934 states that Al A. Abraham
lived in Homewood when he and Dottie married. 
Abraham Alvin Albert
27 Certificate of Death No 662128, PA state that he died at home of undetermined
natural causes. He was also buried at St. Peters. His usual occupation was
listed as electrotyper at Fort Pitt Electrotype Co. He died at 6:15 p.m. at
his home at 566 Dunfermline Street, Pittsburgh, and had lived in that
community 30 years.. The informant was his son, A. A. Abraham.

Certificate of Naturalization No. 1462268, in Vol. 356, Number 33782 describes
him at 36 years, 5'10", white complexion and fair, with grey eyes, and brown
hair with no distinguishing marks. The certificate was dated 8 Sept 1921.
His address was 566 Dunferline, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA, USA and was a "subject" of Germany.

WWII Draft Registration lists Emily Abraham, 566 Dunferline St. Pittsburgh as Contact Person and Employer as Fort Pitt Electrotype Co, 530 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh

A picture Audrie (Audrey A. Abraham) has states on the back that it is a
picture of Alvin and his brother, Albert.

On PAWeb, there is a listing of St. Peters Evangical & Reformed (German) Lutheran Church (East End), Pittsburgh. Originally built 1839 on Sheridan Ave, then Frankstown Rd, then in June 1889 to Collins Avenue at Station Street until 1995 when the small congregation relocated to the grounds of St. Peter's Cemetery on Lemington Ave (which is where Alvin E. Abraham and Emilie Rose Heer Abraham, plus an Emil Abraham (1859-1924) are buried). On the mentioned listed on p. 46 (unnumbered in book) is listed Alvin E. Abraham, 5642 Eva St, and Albert Abraham Jr. 6357 Apple Ave.

Naturalization Date: Source Citation: National Archives; Washington, D.C.; Naturalization Petitions of the U.S. District Court, 1820-1930, and Circuit Court, 1820-1911, for the Western District of Pennsylvania; Series: M1537; Roll: 253; Record Type: (Roll 253) Petition Nos. 33701-34000. 
Abraham Alvin Emil
28 West Highland White Terrier Abraham Dani Westie Pup
29 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Abraham Jamie Westie Pup
30 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Abraham Logan Westie Pup
31 West Highland White Terrier
Abraham Tyler Westie Pup
32 Buried near the Houser home, 1/4 miles from the Mackleroy Cemetery. House home on Mackleroy Estate. His burial spot is a "native rock vault under a large oak tree in J.F. Martin estate. A marked recently place there reads: Adams, John; died 1852; son-in-law of Mathias Weisinger. From Houston County, Texas TXGENWEB in Cemeteries Section
Adams John
33 1910: A Jones Agee and an Albert Agee are both living in sepate residences in Butler County OH. Agee Albert Overton
34 Most of Agnes' property was left to the church, but she did make bequest to Thomas Conquest, her brother or brother-in-law.Gary Hawley Info: Agnes will bequeaths all possessions to Saint Peter's Church of Cosgrove, with exceptions of her black mare and foal and her brown cow to her son-in-law and her wearing "gear" to an unnamed sister. Agnes
35 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Akins Emmett
36 Census Note for 1870: Miller Grove, Hopkins, Texas, USA lists James, William and Samuel in the home of Martha (35 TX) and Jackson Night. Could this be Caroline Martha? Her age fits. Akins James
37 2006: Info regarding Albright family given by Vera Albright Roden Albright Edward Rufus
38 1-08: Info regarding the Pinkney Albright family provided by Harry Nelms via RoutonRiddle website e-mail. Albright Pinkney
39 July 2013: Inez Alexander Hedgecock provided many documents and photos regarding this family
Alexander Thomas Polk
40 An Alfred Anderson, age 40, b. AL, is listed as Overseer in the home of James Rogers and Elizabeth (Anderson) Day Rogers--is this Elizabeth's brother, Alfred? Anderson Alfred
41 Ray Anderson site says Madison, Sciota, and Darcus Ellen are names of children appearing on receipts when children received part of Atterson's part of his parents' estate. Children were living in Doniphan County KS in 1877. Anderson Atterson
42 9-06: Info regarding Bernard & sons from 1907 letter from Louisa Crawford Gill to William Anderson Crawford (original in possession of Nancy Abraham). Note: Corrections for this family is welcome. Anderson Bernard
43 1-09: Info regarding this family from Dave Madden, gg grandson of David Anderson and Dorinda Tubbs. Anderson David
44 Possible census 1830 Garrard, Kentucky, USA Roll 36, p256: 1 male under 5, 2 males 20-30; 1 female 20-30 Anderson David
45 Ray Anderson's web page: Louisa County formed 1742 from Hanover County Hanover from New Kent Co. David's descendants left Louisa, VA, USA in 1807, moved to Garrard, Kentucky, USA . Archilaus took his whole family to Kentucky. His sister, Susanna and husband, Henderson Lawrence, also came to Kentucky at same time. During Civil War, Hanover Co's records went to Richmond for safekeeping and were burned during battle for Richmond. Louisa kept its records home and most survived.

Documents sent to Raymond Anderson by Steve Lawrence in December 2013.
David Anderson d 1781 and wife Judith. Court Documents. Land divisions.
Shelton &c.
vs. } Bill & ans.
1817 intr. Court Bill
answer &c. filed
& Decree appointing
Comm'rs &c.
June Comm'rs Report
July Report OK'd
& Decree accordingly
(inside of document)
To the Worshipful Court of Louisa County in Ch'y sitting. Humbly complaining shew unto your
Worships your orators Thomas Shelton and Stephen Farrar, that sometime in the year _______
(blank) David Anderson died seized & possessed of a tract of Land in this County of about 300
acres which the said David by his last will and testament duly proved & recorded & hereto
annexed loaned to his wife for and during her natural life and after her death to be equally divided
amongst the said Testators four sons to wit: John, Charles, Archilaus and David, that your Orator
Thos. Shelton having purchased all the right and title of Archilaus Anderson in said Land, now
represents him and your Orator Stephen Farrar having purch'd David Anderson's right and title in
the sd. Land represents him, all which will more fully appear by reference to Deeds duly proved &
recorded in this Court. Your orators therefore pray that Ch's Anderson the only surviving son of
the sd. David Anderson, the sd. John having died Intestate & without issue be made a Def't to this
part of the Bill that he true and perfect answer make to all & regular the allegations herein
contained & that your Worships will appoint Commissioners to divide the said tract of Land in
conformity to the will of the said David Anderson assigning to your Orators respectively the parts
which may be allotted to Archilaus,
(pg break)
and David Anderson. And your orators as in duty bound will ever pray &c.
And your Orators together with Ch's. Anderson also pray that Sarah Lawrence, Mary Anderson &
Henderson Lawrence & Susanna his wife which sd. Sarah, Mary & Susanna are Daughters of the
sd. David Anderson be made Def'ts to this part of the Bill that they say whether John Anderson
has not died intestate & without issue who accord'g to the Will was entitled to one fourth part of
the sd. Land & that your Worships will also appoint the same Com'rs to divide John's part of the
sd. Land amongst the parties respectively entitled thereto agreeably to the Stat. of Distributions
he having died Intestate & your Orators as in duty bound will ever pray &c.
The answer of Ch's. Anderson to a Bill in Ch'y exhibited against him in the County Court of Louisa
by Tho. Shelton & Stephen Farrar.
This Def't having &c.
For answer thereto &c. saith that as one of the Devisees of his father David Anderson in a tract of
Land devised to his four sons he has no objection to a division of the same &c.

(page break)
The Joint answers of Mary Anderson, Sarah Lawrence and Henderson Lawrence and Susanna
his wife to a Bill in Ch'y exhibited against them by Thomas Shelton, Stephen Farrar & Ch's.
These Defend'ts saving and reserving to themselves the many uncertainties &c. in the Pl'ffs
bill contained, for answer thereto or to so much thereof as they deem it material to answer & say
that true their brother John died intestate & without issue, consequently these Defend'ts with the
three surviving sons are entitled to his one fourth part of the Land, as his Heirs & Distributess &
these Defend'ts have no objection to a division of the said John's int. amongst the Defend'ts and
pltf's respectively conformably to the Stat. of Distribution &c. & these Defend'ts having fully
answered, without that, that, &c. pray to be hence dismissed with their reasonable Conts.
(outside of document)
To the Court of Louisa County
(inside of document)
Louisa April the 10th, 1817
We the subscribers do request the favour of the Court to appoint commissioners to divide the
land of David Anderson Deceas'd. as his Will directs. He willed his land at the death of his wife to
be divided between his four sons John, Charles, Archelaus, and David. Thomas Shelton having
purchased all the right and title of Archelous Anderson and Stephen Farrar all the right and title of
David Anderson have become partyes interested in the said division, John Anderson who is since
dead his fourth-part will be divided between Thomas Shelton, Stephen Farrar, Charles Anderson,
Mary Anderson, Sarah Laurance formerly Sarah Anderson and Henderson Laurance who
marryed Sussanah Anderson who also requests the Court that the Commissioners appointed
may be directed to divide all the land agreeable to the within statement the partyes being all of full
Thomas Shelton
Stephen Farrar
Mary Anderson
Charles Anderson
Sarah Laurence
Forest Hunter Atto. in fact
for H. Lawrence & Susan his wife
(outside of document)
Shelton &c
vs. } Ch Decree
Anderson, &c
(inside of document)

At a Court held for Louisa County, April 14th, 1817,
Thomas Shelton & Stephen Farrar Pl'ffs
against }
Charles Anderson, Mary Anderson }
Sarah Laurence & Henderson Laurence } Def'ts
& Susanna his wife - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - }
In Chancery ------------
This day came the parties by Counsel and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
said Thomas Shelton, Jr. & Stephen Farrar, who represent two of the Devisees and distributees
of David Anderson dec'd, to wit. Archilaus Anderson and David Anderson, have Deeds of
conveyance for their interests in the tract of land (the subject of this decree) therefore it is
Ordered and decreed by the Court, as it is hereby accordingly decreed that John Shelton, Jr.,
Wm Shelton, Jr., Charles Atkinson, Geo. Phillips and Charles Dabney, (or any 3 of them) be
appointed Commissioners to divide the tract of Land in the Bill mentioned, into four Equal parts,
allotting to the Pl'ffs Thos. Shelton & Stephen Farrar, in right of Archilaus & David Anderson, each
one fourth part thereof and to the Defend't. Ch's. Anderson, one fourth part thereof (according to
Quality & Quantity), the remaining one fourth part therefof, belonging to John Anderson's estate,
the Court doth Order and decree the said Com'rs to divide into six Equal parts allotting to each
distributee, or to the Pl'ffs Thomas Shelton & Stephen Farrar, who claims under them, one Sixth
part thereof (having regard to Quality & Quantity), and make report thereof to this Court in order
to a final decree.
A Copy Teste
John Poindexter, C.C.
In obedience to a decree of Louisa Court to us directed and hereto annexed We the
undersigned did attend on the 6th and 7th days of May 1817 and allotted and divided the lands
mentioned in said decree, with the aid, consent and assistance of the distributees in manner and
form following, that is to say. Lot no. 1 to Thomas Shelton, containing 106 1/2 acres; Lot no. 2 to
Stephen Farrar, 106 1/2 acres; Lot no. 3 to Sarah Lawrence, 21 1/2 acres; Lot no 4 to Mary
Anderson, 18 acres; Lot no 5 to Charles Anderson, 104 1/2 acres; all of which will more fully
appear with the plat sent forward to be recorded. Given under our hands this 7th day of May
Charles Attkisson
John Shelton, Jr.
George Phillips
(My note: An unmentioned sixth portion to Attorney Forrest Hunter of Goochland Co. as Power of
Attorney for the interests of Henderson and Susanna Lawrence is not included above. In fact,
Forrest Hunter sold 14 3/4 acres to Thomas Shelton and Stephen Farrar, in a deed dated 10 May
1817, Louisa Co., VA Deed Book M. Also, Charles Anderson gave his share to Sarah Lawrence,
retaining a lifetime estate interest, in a deed dated 10 May 1817, Louisa Co., VA Deed Book M.)
(outside of document)
Shelton &c.
vs. } Decree

To the Worshipful Court of Louisa County in Ch'y sitting. Humbly compl'g. shew unto your
Worships your orators Tho. Shelton, Stephen Farrar (Note: This sentence is crossed out.)
(inside of document)
Shelton &c
vs. } In Ch'y
This day came the parties by counsel & it app'g to the satisfaction of the Court that the sd.
Tho. Shelton & Stephen Farrar who represent two of the Devisees & Distributees of David
Anderson dec'd. to wit. Archilaus Anderson & David Anderson have Deeds of conveyance for
their int. in the tract of Land the subject of this decree, therefore it is ordered & decreed by the
Court, as it is hereby accordingly decreed that:
divide the tract of Land in the Bill mentioned into four equal parts alloting to the Pl'ffs Tho.
Shelton & Stephen Farrar in right of Archilaus & David Anderson each one fourth part thereof & to
the Defend't Chs. Anderson one fourth part thereof according to qualtiy & quantity, the remaining
one fourth part thereof belonging to John Anderson's estate.
The Court doth order and decree the said Com'rs to divide into six equal parts alloting to each
distributee or to the Pl'ffs Tho. Shelton & Stephen Farrar who claim under them one sixth part
thereof having regard to quality & quantity & make report thereof to this Court in order for a final
(Source: Scan of original posted as *.pdf at Library of Virginia
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Raymond (Ray) Paul Anderson Jr.
Ballinger Texas
Family Tree DNA kit # 86095
Ray decided to do the DNA research because the Anderson family had hit a brick wall in
finding David Anderson died 1781 who married Judith _______ parents.
The first test of 3-3-2007 result was Ray Anderson matched with descendants of the Rev.
Nathan Anderson of Louisa County Virginia 1750 to 1790. So David and Nathan are
either brothers or close cousins. As of 1-26-2014 no notices of other Anderson family
matches have been received.
Ray Anderson did the 67 Y-DNA test.
The descendants of the Rev. Nathan Anderson did the 37 marker test.
Ray Anderson then did the “Deep Clade-R” DNA test 8-2-2009.
The result of this test classified Ray as “L-21 Positive” and Ray was placed in the “Scots
Model”. This meant the Anderson lineage could be either Welsh or Scottish.
Then in 10-23-2013 Ray Anderson Tested for the L1065 marker. If one tests negative for
the L1065 marker then they are of Welsh lineage. If they test L1065 positive they are of
the Scottish lineage. Ray tested positive which means David’s Anderson lineage is
Then in 11-13-2013 Ray Anderson tested for the L1335 marker. Ray tested positive and
this marker is labeled the “Picts” marker. A large part of Scotland was known as Pictland
before becoming Scotland. For more on the Picts tribe I refer you to the BBC series “A
History of Scotland”. The first 2 episodes will get you into the Picts history. I
recommend all of the episodes though.
Ray did not realize that the L1065 Y-DNA marker was down stream to the L1335 marker
until after he completed the L1335 test. If you test positive fort he L1065 marker you
will be positive for the L1335. So the test only re-enforced what was already true.
Ray is considering doing deeper DNA test as of 1-30-2014.
The link for the BBC series “A History of Scotland” is:
Ray Anderson 
Anderson David
46 Found this gg grandmother's parents with the help of Carol Novotni (1941-2007) Anderson Eliza Ann
47 Ray Anderson site says George committed suicide after the death of his wife and 2 children in the space of 1 week. Anderson George Allen
48 Louisa Gill in her 1907 letter to Wm. Anderson Crawford said that "Isabell had
two sisters and one brother, Benard Anderson, the father of Sam, Robet and
William. Aunt Sally Irons(?) is Anderson the old lady that your Aunt Sarah
took care of and who had lots of money hid in various places, bean pots & etc
was a sister and one they called Aunt Jane, a maiden girl that lived at and
died at little Washington, the old homestead. I think they were of Scotch
Anderson Isabell
49 Info for this family from Ray Anderson website. Also, 1900 census shows grandchildren: Ransom, b. Dec 1875, age 24, Kentucky, and Mary M. Anderson, b. July 1879, age 20, Kentucky, Stella Anderson, b. May 1898, age 2 (great granddaughter), living with James and Nancy Anderson James
50 Obit for Jesse A. Anderson shows him to be 82 at death on 10 Nov 1948, would be born 28 Feb 1866 (Obit says 1886). Also he had surviving brothers, Bert of Ft Towson, and Stephen Anderson of Mangum Oklahoma. Grandchildren: Anderson Moore (living with Jesse in 1920 Wilson Twp, Choctaw, Oklahoma, USA -with a John Moore 28 living next door); Reginia Gibson and Reba Gibson, OKC, Mrs. Menette Chapman, OKC, and Mrs. Janie Munoy, Oakland, CA Anderson Jesse A.

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