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1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Philip YANCY Self M Male W 61 VA Retired Mercht. VA VA
F. L. YANCY Wife M Female W 45 TN Keeping House SC SC
M. P. YANCY Dau S Female W 22 TN Unemployd VA TN
Philip YANCY Son S Male W 6 TN Home VA TN
B. J. LEE Other M Male W 47 NC Atts: The D. W. Gent. Far. NC NC
M. C. LEE Other M Female W 40 TN Unemployd NC NC
Kate LEE Other S Female W 19 TN Unemployd NC TN
Alber. Geo. LEE Other S Male W 12 TN NC TN
Maria COOPER Other M Female MU 37 TN TN TN
Robt. RICHARSON Other S Male MU 7 TN TN TN
Mary TAYLR Other Female B 24 TN TN TN
Brownsville, Haywood, Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255261, NA Film Number T9-1261 , Page Number 173C
1880 United States Census for Mingo, Sampson, North Carolina
Family History Library Film 1254982, NA Film Number T9-0982 , Page Number 166C
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age BirthO ccupation Father Mother
Erasmus B. LEE Self M Male W 60 NC Farmer NC NC
Narcisie LEE Wife M Female W 57 NC Keeping House NC NC
Virginia C. LEE Dau S Female W 18 NC NC NC
Julia J. LEE Dau S Female W 17 NC NC NC
William J. LEE Son S Male W 15 NC Farm Laborer NC NC
Edward Birchett Sr.
Edward Birchett who married Mary Ann Drury of Chartham, Kent County, England, came to Charles City, Virginia circa 1665-68.
Patent Deed 15 Mar 1672/1673 Charles City VA
351 acres, 32 poles, on the south side of Appomattox River adjoining the lands of Henry Batt and James Thweate.
[Va Land Rcds: Charles City Co. Patents issued during the Regal Gov. found on FTM CDROM #174.]
Records of land patents in Charles City County, Virginia, book number 6, Page 446
Prince George Co, Va Colonial Abstracts page 2© copyright 1999 by Linda L Chandler
20. Edward BIRCHETT 351 acres ,32 poles, on the south side of the Appomattox River. Bounded: at the corner of Henry BATTS land, next To James THWEATE---to the beginning. The said land was due by the Transporting of 7 persons, 15 Mar 1672/3
1. Ellinur BOTTOMLY
2. George MERCER
3. Elinor WOODCOCK
4. Catherine CROSSE
5. Mary DAVIS
6. George BANKEE
In 1673 Henry Batte with Mr. John Sturdivant patented 3,528 acres in Charles City (later Prince George) County on the south side of Appomattox River on the second branch of Blackwater River. On 3 December 1678, Henry and his wife, Mary, sold 200 acres in Charles City (later Prince George) County to Edward Birchett. Birchett secured it with a patent in October 1673.
James Thweatt on 29 Dec. 1721. deeded 200 acres in Bristol Parish, Prince George Co. to Samuel Jordan, with James Thweatt Jr., as a witness. The land in question had been sold to Edward Birchett, decd., and Henry and Mary Batte In 1678.
Rent Roll 1704 Prince Georges VA
The will of Edward Burchett states some of his children. Found in the Prince George County Wills and Deeds, P238. Will of Edward Burchett of Prince George County, " Weak of Body". To son Robert, 1 shilling. To daughter Sarah Baptist Curtis, 10 pounds. To daughter Lundy, 10 pounds. To Mary Norton, a cow and calf. To Elizabeth, daughter of Mary Norton, a young heifer. To wife, 1/3 of my estate. To James Thweatt, My plantation where I did live, with all the houses, etc., also my Indian woman Hannah and Indian woman Bess and her 2 children; also to him the rest of my estate, and to be sole executor. 18 Feb. 1712/1713 Signed, Edward Burchett Wit: John Thweat, Mary (V) Parram, James (O),Anderson on Oct 11 1713.
Proved by oaths of John Thweat and Mary Parram on Dec 8 1713. [James Jinkins GED File]
Another father: Maurice Burcher, son of: George and Ann Burcher, son of: John Bourchier and Ann Rolf, son of: William Bourchier and Catherine Barrington, so of: Ralph Bourchier and Elizabeth Hall, son of James Bourchier and Mary Banestre.
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Prince George Co, Va Personal Property Tax Roll 1787 © copyright 1999 by Linda L Chandler
BURCHET, Drury Jr
Prince George Co, Va 1810 Census © copyright 1999 by Linda L Chandler
BIRCHETT, Drury...12 persons and 16 slavesBIRCHETT, Peter...5 persons and 5 slaves