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201 Death/Birth dates on death certificate and grave stone are insanely off. Not sure which ones are correct. Martin, William Thomas (P3497)
202 Description on draft cards:

Tall and Slender (5'10 190lb in 1942)
Eyes Blue, Hair Light (blonde)
Ruddy Complextion

Is able to read and write 
Pack, William Maston (P950)
203 Diabetes Mellitus Coronary Occusion Kubiak, Martha /Jakubiak (P4474)
204 Died at 4 years old - story is the John threw a cup at
Jennie that hit Robert in the head.....1 _TITLE RUF1 
Burress, Robert (P1232)
205 Died in a school bus accident with 6 other teenagers. Earls, Ralph B. (P2334)
206 Died in Child birth1 _TITLE Notes Simmons, Sarah Jane (P3188)
207 Died in the war Pennington, Thornton (P1853)
208 Died intestate. On March 26, 1731, letters of administration on the estate of Richard, Jr., of Hempstead "who had lately died intestate was granted to his brother Samuel Totten" Source: New York Wills, Vol. III , page 27. Totten, Richard (P5061)
209 Died of disease Company G, 53rd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 29 Jun 1863 at Martinsburg, WV. Lawson, Rhode Kener (P2663)
210 Don't know exactly when John died but this proves it was 1897 or after: March 5, 1897 (Pounding Mill) - Mr. Pack an aged citizen has been ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Quesenberry, (Cynthia Pack) the past week. Pack, John "Jack" (P2094)
211 Don't know that she actually died at this time. No documentation. Spencer, Margaret (P4294)
212 Dropsy Combs, William "Billy" (P5388)
213 Dubious Jasper b. 1675-80 is Johns father, the dates do not make sense. Although it seems everyone claims this connection, there is no documentation. - Maybe be a son of John, that is the son of Benjamin. See notes. Totten, John Sr. (P4877)
214 During the War of 1812 - On the application of Caty Burress, widow of Anderson Burress, deceased, of the County of Montgomery and State of Virginia (More....) Burress, Anderson (P975)
215 Dysentery Totten, Lucinda (P5095)
216 Earls Cemetery, Bluefield-Tazewell Road Earls, Margaret J. "Maggie" (P2315)
217 Elbert Edward Newberry, 54, of Rt. 1 Raven, died Thursday morning, March14, at his residence following a sudden illness. Born in Russell Co. he was a son of Mary Short Newberry of Raven and the late Noah Newberry. He was an employee of (more...) Newberry, Elbert Edward (P3917)
218 Emerson William Burress, Big Creek District, Canebrake. Male. Date of Death: August 6, 1915. Age 0 years, 2 months, 24 days. Infant. Death due to Inarntion????. Informant: O.L. Hamilton Dr. Burress, Emerson William (P1120)
219 Evening Sun (Obit)

Georgia E. (Burress) Frank, 88, of Glen Rock, died Friday, Jan. 23, 2004, at Hanover Hall Nursing Center, Hanover. She was the wife of the late William F. Harman and the late Louis E. Frank. Mrs. Frank was born on April 15, 1915, in Richlands, Va., a daughter of the late Raul and Cannie Mae (Combs) Burress. Formerly of Baltimore, she lived in the Glen Rock area since 1992 and she was a member of the Shrewsbury Baptist Church. She leaves a son, William G. Harman Sr., of Glen Rock, four grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was predeceased by a son, Terry L. Harman. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Geiple Funeral Home Inc., 53 Main St., Glen Rock. Burial will be in Moreland Park Cemetery, Baltimore. A viewing will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Officiating at the service will be Pastor Richard Bishop. 
Burress, Georgia Emma (P1149)
220 Family History written in 1982 by Mary Binder (daughter of Elbert Luke Palmer)

P.O Palmer and Mary Belle were divorced when their children were small. She took the two girls to Iaeger West Virginia. She remarried (Note: to James Burke). Someone murdered her in her home while her husband was away. A step daughter (Note: Probably not a stepdaughter, as James was too young to have a daughter old enough) was suspected, but no one was convicted.

Mr. Palmer went to West Virginia and brought Annie and Hazel back to Raven to live with him. He then married Lucy Jane Cox. A Christian woman who raised the four children as her own. Beverly says he's a minister today because of the things his step mother taught him.

Elbert married Hermie Letha Artrip, they had nine children. He was a coal miner in Buchanan Co, Va most of his live. Their early years of marriage they lived around Raven Va in Tazewell Co. Eight of their nine children were born there. In the 40's they bought a farm near Honaker, Va in Russell Co. I (Mary Binder) was born there. The last of their nine children. Mother was 38 and dad was 40 when I was born in 1946. Beverly married Nina McGhee they also had nine children. They lived around Raven until 1961 when they moved to Baltimore, Md. where they reside now. Bev's been a minister all his adult life. Now at 74 he still tapes sermons for the radio. His voice is strong and clear like that of a much younger man.

Annie married Clarence McGhee, they had seven daughters. Annie died at 35 from asthma related illness.

Hazel married Emory Burress they had two children Wanda and Vernon. Hazel died at age 25 from a ruptured appendix. Vernon was raised by his father. He now lives in Crystal River, FL. Wanda was raised by P.O Palmer and Lucy, She lives in Raven Va. 
Palmer, Powell Osborne (P3340)
221 Family may have ended up in Greene Co., Tennessee in 1875, but have been unable to find any census records for them there. Earls, Julia Ann (P2050)
222 February 12, 1915 (Pounding Mill) - Mr. and Mrs. George Quesenberry's (Mary L. Burress) three month old baby died Sunday of pneumonia. The child had been very delicate from birth. Burial took place in the public cemetery.

May 4, 1932 (Pounding Mill) - George B. Brewster, who has been suffering from a mashed foot for some time, visited doctor at Richlands Monday, accompanied by his wife and daughter, Miss Pauline and Mrs. George Quesenberry.

June 8, 1934 (Pounding Mill) - Mr. and Mrs. James Brewster (Martha Quesenberry) and Mrs. George Quesenberry (Mary L. Burress) visited Tilda Steele and family Sunday at Bandy and heard Rev. Peak Preach.

May 2, 1941 (Pounding Mill) - Mr. and Mrs. Jim Quesenberry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Laura, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Quesenberry, of War, WV, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Quesenberry Tuesday.

Pounding Mill - June 20, 1941

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bruster, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Simpson, Mrs. Geo. Quesenberry, Mrs. Bill Quesenberry, Mrs. J. T. Pruett, Mrs. C.H. Robinette and son, David, attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Cynthia Bruster at Cliffield Wed.

February 12, 1943 (Pounding Mill) - Miss Juanita Quesenberry, of Tazewell and Miss Minnie Belle, of Cedar Bluff, were weekend visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Quesenberry.

June 25, 1943 (Pounding Mill) - Miss Juanita Quesenberry, from Tazewell, spent the weekend with her parents here. 
Burress, Mary Frances (P1231)
223 February 15, 1929 (Pounding Mill) - Rev. Hawks preached at Mr. Geo. Quesenberry's on Sunday night.

April 8, 1932 (Pounding Mill) - George Quesenberry and sister Mrs. James Bruster (Martha Quesenberry), were called to Hartwell, W.V. Tuesday on account of the death of their brother, Isam Quesenberry, who died of leakage of the heart on Tuesday a.m. Burial this p.m. at Hartwell. He formerly resided here.

January 24, 1936 (Pounding Mill) - George Quesenberry is on the sick list. 
Quesenberry, George Mansfield (P1337)
224 Fever Newberry, Millie (P3884)
225 Floyd County

1842 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe (no horses listed)
1843 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe (no horses listed)
1844 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe (no horses listed)
1845 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe (no horses listed)
1846 - Can't find
1847 - Can't find
1848 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe (no horses listed)
1849 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe (no horses listed)
1850 - Samuel Earls 1 tithe, 1 horse
Earls, Samuel (P14)
226 Floyd County, Virginia

1831 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1832 - Ormon Delong 1, 1 Horse $6
1833 - Orman Delong - 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1834 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe, no horses listed
1835 - Ormon Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1836 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1837 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1838 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1839 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1840 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1841 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1842 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1843 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1844 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1845 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)
1846 - Orman Delong 1 Tithe (no horses listed)

1847 - No longer listed in tax records after this time. 
Delong, Orman (P2048)
227 Floyd formed in 1831 from Franklin and Montgomery county Delong, Calvin (P219)
228 FluxHannah Collins died: 23 April 1854 Age 84. Husband Elish Collins. Informant James Collins, son Uptegroves, Hannah (P1723)
229 For reason appearing to the court, the estate of Micajah Burress, Dec'd is committed to the hands of the Sheriff of this county to be by him admin'ed according to law. Burress, Micajah "Cager" (P1057)
230 Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kornatowski, Regina (P4493)
231 Fractured skull from slate fall in the mines. Lawson, Samuel Tucker (P2871)
232 From Ancestry user johnny843 - TROLLINGER SR was the son of Henry Jacob
Trollinger, born 1771, Orange County, N. C.
He married Elizabeth BURRIS in Montgomery
County Virginia December 30, 1792. Elizabeth
was born: in 1776 and was the daughter of the
Revolutionary soldier, WILLIAM BURRIS. At the
time of her marriage Elizabeth Burris, with the help of her servants, was operating the
Ferry near the mouth of Stroubles Creek in
Montgomery Co.Virginia. During the War of 1812, John Trolliger Sr, served as a private in Captain William CURRIN'S Company of Infantry, Seventy-fifth Regiment of Virginia
Militia from Montgomery Co. He and his wife
settled at the "Old Trollinger" Plac on the
property of his father Henry Jacob Trollinger
near Dublin, and eventually added to this and
accumalated approximately two thousand acres
between the present towns, of Dublin and
Newbern. John Trollinger Sr built the Old
Mansion of this farm, only a few feet from his fathers original dwelling.He reutilized
the Old Saltpetre Cave located just north of
of the dublin Cemetary, which his father had
mined. John Trollinger died: in Pulaski County October 11, 1840 and was buried the the Trollinger (now Dublin) Cemetary on a
hill opposite the Old Mansion that he built.
Elizabeth BURRIS Trollinger lived in the mansion with her son: John Trollinger Jr.She
was a SCOTISH-IRISH Pioneer woman. She died
at the OL Trollinger Mansion October 17,1869
and was buried beside her husband in the
Trollinger (now Dublin) Cemetary. 
Burris, Elizabeth (P1427)
233 From Stokes County NC Estate papers of Thomas Lawson, NC state Archives,Raleigh NC
Transcribed by Butch Johnson
State of North Carolina, Stokes County
Court of pleas and quarter sessions September term 1841
To the worshipful the Justices of the County Court of Stokes
Your petitioner James Sands respectfully showeth unto your worship that some three years since THOMAS LAWSON died seized and possessed of a tract of land lying and being in the Country of Stokes on the head of Barnes Branch adjoining the lands of Wm Boyles and the lands of your pertitioner containing two hundred and six acres which said land descended to TUCKER LAWSON, FLYNT LAWSON, PRESTON LAWSON, KINAH LAWSON, Charles Brown & wife PATSEY, POLLY LAWSON, HUGH LAWSON, SALLY LILLY, John Fagg and wife FRANCES, THOMPSON, NANCY and CATHERINE LAWSON minors, his heirs and next of kin as tenants in common. Your petitioner represents that he is the purchaser and owner of five shares in said tract of land to wit, the interest of Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Charles Brown and wife Patsey. He prays your worships to appoint five commissioners and that they make partition of said lands accourding to law, after setting apart and reserving one third part of said land (including the Dwelling House) to CELEY LAWSON in lieu of Dower, she being the widow of Thomas Lawson dec'd and being entitled to Dower in the aforesaid tract of Land and that your worships make all such orders, rules and decrees as shall be just and right and in duty bound he will ever pray.
J.M. Cloud atto for Petitioner
To the Sheriff of Stokes County Greeting
You are hereby commanded to summon Tucker Lawson, Flynt Lawson, Preston Lawson, Kinah Lawson, Charles Brown and wife Patsey, Polly Lawson, Hugh Lawson, Sally Lilly, John Fag and wife Frances and Thompson, Nancy, and Catherine Lawson minor parties Defendant in this case to be and apperar before the Justices of our next County Court of pleas and quarter sessions to be held for the County of Stokes at the Court House in Germanton on the second Monday in March next, then and there to answer on their corporal oath the matters and things set forth in the foregoing petition.
From Stokes County NC Estate papers of Thomas Lawson, NC state Archives, Raleigh NC
Transcribed by Butch Johnson
State of North Carolina, Stokes County
IN persueance to an order of the County Court of Stokes at Sept'r Term 1838 Authoriseing requiring us to lay off and set apart to the widow and family of the late Thomas Lawson, dec'd one years provisions we have this day by virtue of said order proceeded to set apart to the said widow and family the following articles of provision for the purpose (to wit) 20 barrels of corn, all the stock of hogs being 12 in number, all the wheat on hand supposed to be 10 or 12 bushels, two bushels of salt, 20 lb coffee, ten pounds of sugar, 3 or 4 gallons of honey, one cow and calf, one bed and furnature, one wheel and cards and one loom, 1 stack fodder and 52 lb lron all of which is respectfully submitted to the worshipful County Court of Stokes at Dec'r Term 1838.
Jas Lyon, J.P
Wm Moore
Elijah Webb
State of North Carolina
To the Sheriff of Stokes County.....Greeting:
Whereas CELIA LAWSON widow of Thomas Lawson deceased, late of Stokes County hath exhibited her petition to our Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of our Country aforesaid, praying that Dower might be allotted to her out of the following lands of which her husband died seized and possessed, vis: Two hundred and Ten acres of Land on Barns Branch adjoining the lands of Willima Boyles, James Sands and others.
And whereas, upon the hearing of the said petition the Court ordered that a Writ or Dower issue in this case, agreeabley to the prayer of the petitioner.
WE THEREFORE HEREBY COMMAND YOU to summon twelve freeholders connected with the parties neither by consanguinity or affinity, and entirely disinterested, and in company with them go upon the premises aforesaid, and allot and set off to the said widow one-third part of all the Lands aforesaid, and put her in possession of the same, and make report to our next Court what you have done in the premises. Herein fail not; and have you then and there this writ.
Witness John Hill, Clerk of our said Court at Office, the second Monday of March 1842
Jno. Hill, CCC1 _TITLE Notes 
Lawson, Thomas (P902)
234 From Tazewell Rt. 16 North over Stony Ridge, left (west) on Rt. 642 About7/10ths mile. The cemetery is on top of a hill or spur to the south, about a quarter mile hard climb.1 _TITLE Notes (died infant), Callie Marrs (P40)
235 Funeral services for Mrs. Dorothy Irene Johnson will be conducted Fri, Nov. 24, 2000, at 2 p.m. at her home on Road Ridge near Raven, Va., with the Rev. Terry Johnson officiating. Interment will follow at the Lawson Family Cem on Road Ridge near Raven.... Lawson, Dorothy Irene (P3028)
236 Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the West Graham Methodist church for Lake Burress, 55, of Clear Fork, Va who died at Bluefleld sanitarium Monday night (more...) Burress, Lathrop "Lake" Crockett (P996)
237 George and Ula are only possible parents...still need documentation to prove this relationship Strough, Michael (P3788)
238 George W. Burress, 65 years of age, died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wade Jennings at Adria. He had been in declining health for several years. He was the son of the late William & Sarah Pack Burress, of Pounding Mill - Maplewood Cem, Tazewell Burroughs, George Washington (P252)
239 George Washington McGhee, 69 of Raven, Va. died late Saturday in a Richlands Va. hospital following a long illness. Born in Russell County, Va. he was a son of the late John W. and Geneva Anderson McGhee. (more...) McGhee, George Washington (P177)
240 Gives date of birth only as 1857, age 72Farmer retired 3 yrs. Wife Lurindey Lawson. Father: Jink Lawson. Mother: Matilda Bullin. Burial date Sept 23, 1928 Hard Bank Cemetery. Cause of death: No doctor in attendance probable cause paralysis. Lawson, Powell (P921)
241 Graham, Aug 19th - A very sad accident occurred near here yesterday evening, when the young wife of Joseph BURRESS was accidentally killed by the explosion of a dynamite primer. (More...) Puckett, Vicie Gray (P1243)
242 Greenhills Memory Gardens, Claypool Hill, Tazewell Jones, Erma Nell (P1357)
243 Had Maiden Name as Jones, but not sure where I got that info at?? Burress, Rebecca Jane (P937)
244 Hannah M. Burress, Berwind. Date of Birth: April 29, 1928 Date of Death: August 18, 1928 Father: Byrd Mother: Ella. Cause of Death: Gastro. Burress, Hannah Mae (P1022)
245 Hard Bank Cemetery Lawson, Braxton Rarlson "Doc" (P3151)
246 Harrison Earls, age 69, of Route 1, Pounding Mill, was pronounced dead on arrival at a Richlands hospital, Saturday afternoon, June 5, following a lengthy illness. He was born in Tazewell County and was a son of the late Clarence Levi and Hannah (more...) Earls, Harrison (P2266)
247 Heart Ailment Earls, Julia Grey (P57)
248 Heart Condition Burroughs, Vernon Witten (P256)
249 Heart Dropsy Vance Chambers, Jennie (P984)
250 Henry E. Shamblin, 79, of Cedar Bluff, Va died Wednesday at the home of a son, Earl Shamblin of Doran Va., after a long illness. A native of Honaker, Va. he was a son of the late Zachariah and Cora Lee Shamblin. Survivors include the son, (more...) Shamblin, Henry Everett (P1925)

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