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551 What is the source for death date? She is not named in the 1872 deed for the division of land of Tucker Sr dec'd among his children, so indicates she died before that time, but don't have a source for the 1862 date. Lankford, Elizabeth "Betty" (P46)
 
552 When records of James T. Lewis were found by descents and then handed down to other descents, the bundle of data burned in two fires in Hyden, KY in the 1970s and only those who had read the writings dictated what was said. James T. Lewis 1735-1825 indicated the name of his father and mother, and knew he had arrived in America between ages 8 and 9. James T. told many things to his children from two wives.

So far, researchers have found several ship records between 1743 and 1748 with the name Nathaniel Lewis, but none of those records list Nathaniel with a child, James.

When Nathaniel arrived in the colonies he married his second wife, name so far unknown. This is the mother of Gideon Lewis, born 1748 in Virginia, half brother to James T. Lewis.

According to bible records of James T. Lewis and his children, after Nathaniel and Elvira married, they returned to Wales (from Ireland), where Elvira later died. The Lewis family in London assisted Nathaniel with young James, to get passage to the (Virginia) Colonies in 1740's. *source rootsweb 
Lewis, James Theophilus (P5434)
 
553 WI, Deaths & Burials, 1835-1968 Frances Karnotowski Death: 27 Aug 1907 Mil, WI Birth: 15 Jun 1907 Father: Valentin Karnotowski Birthplace: Prus. Pol. Mother: Katharine Kuczynski Birthplace: Prus. Pol. LDS Library Source Film #: 1310334 p. 471 Kornatowski, Frances (P4521)
 
554 Will Abstract - see notes Totten, Jasper (P5043)
 
555 Will indicates no children as no children are mentioned, however there could be other reasons no child is listed, John 1744 would have been in VA at the time of father death so perhaps he didn't know where John was or if he was still alive at the time. Totten, John (P4999)
 
556 Willam Burruss and Elender his wife of Montgomery County and Douglas Irby and Hannah, his wife of Botetourt County sold 285 acres to James Chandler. Burruss or Irby, or their wifes got the property from Henry Candler, date unknown - From Campbell County Deed Book 8, page 636 Dated: 11/17/1809

I found this deed in the Tazewell County Deed books and am not sure where this William Burress fits in. There was a William Burress, father of Micajah Burress - but not aware that he ever spent any time in Tazewell. Is this Micajah's father??

Book 1 Page 275 Tazewell County Deeds

This indenture made this 26th day of September 1806 between William Burriss of the county of Tazewell and state of Virginia of the one part and Henry Stump of the county and state aforesaid of the other part witnesseth, that the said William Burress, for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have bargained and sold unto the said Henry Stump, his heirs or assigns one certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred acres, be the same more or less, being a part of three hundred acres granted to aforesaid by grant bearing date the third day of October one thousand seven hundred and ninty six lying in Tazewell County on the head waters of the south fork of Clinch and joining lines with Micajah A. Thorn and bounded as followeth to with, beginning at a Painter corner to said Micajah A. Thorn and runeth south one hundred and forty two poles, to a stake then north sixty degrees east, fifty four poles to poplar chestnut and chestnut oak, near the foot of clinch mountain, then north thereby five degrees, west sixty six poles to four chestnuts on the side of a ridge south seventy five west, seventy six poles to two white oaks in a ??, north twenty nine degrees west, twenty poles to a painter corner to
the land of the said Micajah A. Thorn, and with his lines south sixty degrees west four hundred and ten poles to the beginning to have and to hold the fore mentioned land with the appertences thereunto belonging, or in any way appertaining utno the said Henry Stump his heirs or assigns forever, and the said William Burriss for himself and his heirs do warrant and forever defend the said land and premisesto the said Henry Stump his heirs or assigns against the claim of all manner of persons whatsoever in witness whereof the said William Burriss has hereunto subscribed his name and affixed his seal the day above written.

William Burriss (Seal)

At a court continued and held for the county of Tazewell the 26th day of september 1806 this indenture of bargain and sale from William Burriss to Henry Stump, was acknowledged in court by the said William Burress and ordered to be recorded. Teste. John Crockett, Clerk. 
Burress, William (P977)
 
557 William Burress (Forgery) Law Book 1844-1859; Page 451
Monday, March 29, 1858 At a Circuit Court of Tazewell County begun and held at the Courthouse on Monday the 29th day of March 1858. Present Samuel V. Fulkerson, Esq. Judge; Henry B. Harman, foreman, Charles F. Tiffany, J. Mosely Davis, John C. Carpenter, Eldred R. Baylor, Robert Neel, Thomas G. Peery, George S. Ritter, Shadrach Steel, Harvey King, Harvey Deskins, Cornelius McGuire, James McBrown, Edward Steel, Jonathon Hurley, David Turley, Josiah W. Wynn, Alexander Scott, Pleasant Murphy and Robert Smith, were sworn a grand jury for the body of this county and having received their charge withdrew to their apartment and after some time returned into court and presented: An indictment against William H. Burress for forgery - A true bill An indictment against William H. Burress for petit larceny - not a true bill

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 455
Monday, March 29, 1858 Robert Beasley, Josiah Beasley and Joseph Corrin Jr. who stand bonded by recognizance entered into before Harry George a Justice of the Peace of this County on the 1st day of January 1858 in the penalty of $50.00 each conditioned for there appearance here on this day to give evidence in behalf of the commonwealth against William Burress charged with petit larceny, were this day solemnly called but came not.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 456
Tuesday, March 30, 1858 William H. Burress, who stands indicted for Forgery, was this day led to the bar in the custody of the jailer of this court, thereof arraigned and pleaded not guilty to the indictment and by consent of parties it is ordered that the trail of the cause be continued till tomorrow.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 458
Wednesday, March 31, 1858 William H. Burress, who stands indicted for forgery was led to the bar in the custody of the jailer of this court and the jurors elected for his trail to wit: Joseph J. Mays, Samuel McGuire, Harvey Claypool, Jeremiah B. Claypool, Chapman A. Spotts, Thomas Barrett, John G. Baylor, Joseph Harrisson, Clinton Barns, Rees T. Bowen, William S. Seabolt and James Thompson appeared in court and were sworn a jury for the trail of the said William H. Burress upon the indictment aforesaid (the counsel for the accused having stricken eight of the jurors from the panel) and the jury sworn as aforesaid having fully heard the evidence were, with the consent of the prisoner, committed to the custody of the sheriff of this county who is directed to keep them together without communication with any other person and to cause them to appear here on tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock whereupon an oath was administered to E.S. Howard, sheriff of this county to the follow effect "You shall and will truly, to the best of your ability, keep this jury, and neither speak to them yourself, nor to suffer any other person to speak to them touching any matter relative to this trail until they return into court tomorrow" and the said William H. Burress is remanded to jail.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 460
Thursday, April 1, 1858 William H. Burress, who stands indicted for forgery was again led to the bar in the custody of the jailor of this court, whereupon the jury who were sworn for his trail were brought into court by the sheriff of this county and the said jury upon their oath do say, that the said William H. Burress is not guilty of the forgery aforesaid as is alleged against him in said indictment, and nothing further appearing on being alleged against him it is considered by the court that the said William H. Burress be acquitted and discharged of the forgery aforesaid and go thereof without delay.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 465
Saturday, April 3, 1858 E.S. Howard, Sheriff of this county this day presented in court, an account against the Commonwealth for boarding the jury in the case of the commonwealth against William H. Burress, charged with felony, amounting to $34.00, and the said account being verified by the oath of said sheriff was examined by the court allowed and ordered to be certified to be auditor of public accounts for payment. 
Burress, William H. "Billy" (P1024)
 
558 William Ira (Bill) Burress, 63, of the Pea Patch section of Jewell Ridge, died Thursday Nov. 1, in a Richlands hospital after a long illness. Born at Jewell Ridge, he was a son of the late John William and Rose Griffits Burress, both Tazewell (more...) Burress, William Ira "Bill" (P1221)
 
559 William Mallory was murdered last night between 10 and 11 o'clock in Thompson Valley, near the residence of John Sanders. (More...) Mallory, William H. (P564)
 
560 William Smith was a Revolutionary Was soldier and applied for a pensionon November 2, 1832 in Russell County, Kentucky. His pension records indicate his family moved to Cumberland County, Kentucky in 1810, then Pulaski County, Kentucky for many years. William Smith died in Russell County, Kentucky on April 15, 1835. Elizabeth Via Smith applied for a widow's pension on March 26 1839 in Russell County, Kentucky. In 1855, she applied for a Bounty Land Warrant.1 _TITLE Notes Smith, William (P4281)
 
561 Willie Waddell age 67 of Baptist Valley section of Cedar Bluff, died Wednesday night, May 27 in a Richlands hospital following a brief illness. She was born in Cliffield and was a daughter of the late Dudley Thomas and Mollie Hankins Earls Earls, Willie (P2272)
 
562 Woodlawn Cemetery Bluewell Mercer County West Virginia, USA Hendricks, Agnes Virginia (P1399)
 
563 ~Oct 1946; Private; Station, First Recruit Battalion, Recruit Depot, Marine Barracks, Parris Island, S C
~Jan 1947; Private; Station, Marine Barracks, U. S. Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Virginia.
~Apr 1947; Private; Station, Marine Barracks, U. S. Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Virginia.
~Jul 1947; Private; Station, Marine Barracks, U. S. Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Virginia.
~Oct 1947; Private; Station, Marine Barracks, U S Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Virginia
~Oct 1947; Private; Station, Service Battalion, Marine Barracks and Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Virginia
~Jan 1948; Private 1st Class; Station, Marine Barracks, U S Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Virginia
~Jan 1951; Private 1st Class: Station, Enol #1 To Ud #11-51 Marine Corp Supply Depot Camp Lejeune Nc; Casual Co No 1 H-S Bn Mb Clnc, Camp Lejeune; Casco #1 H and Sbn Mb Camp Lejeune N C, Comp Lejeune North Carolina; Usmc Ncsd Mb Clnc, Camp Lejeune
~Oct 1951; Private 1st Class; Station, Mb Nns Portsmouth Va, Quantico Va
~Apr 1951; Private 1st Class; Station, Mb Nmd Yorktown Va York6450, Quantico Va; Mb Usnmd Yorktown Virginia, Yorktown Virginia
~Jul 1951; Private 1st Class; Station, Mb Nmd Yorktown Va York6450, Quantico Va
~Oct 1952; Private 1st Class; Station, Marine Fighter Squadron-233, Martc, Usnas Norfolk Virginia
(ENL CONT & IRC ATT) Jd enl 3yr prd 270ct52
~Jan 1952; Private 1st Class; Station, Enlisted Volunteer Reserve Fifth Marine Corps Reserve District, Mri Hqmc
~Oct 1952; Private 1st Class; Station, Enlisted Volunteer Reserve 5Thmcrd, Henderson Hall Arlington 8 Va; Drop HonDis fr MCR on 150ct52 by reason of ExpExtEnl Auth Para 10352 Will reenl.
~Jan 1953; Private 1st Class; Station, Marine Fighter Squadron-233, Usnas, Norfolk, Virgina
~Jan 1954; Sergeant; Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment Martc Nartu, Usnas Morfolk Virginia; Attached for act du for trng prd abt 15 das auth COMMA RT disp 022143z & 111535z Jul54 & MARTD MARTC NAS Nor Va 1tr of 15Jul54
~April 1954; Sergeant; Marine Fighter Squadron 233 Martc, Usnas Norfolk Virginia
~Jul 1954; Sergeant; Marine Fighter Squadron 233 Omcr, Usnas Norfolk Virginia; Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment Martc Nartu, Usnas Morfolk Virginia (Fr act du for trng refer Diary 278-54)
~Jan 1955; Sergeant; Vmf-233 Omcr (Avn), Usnas Norfolk Virginia
~Apr 1955; Sergeant; Vmf (Jet) 233 Omcr (Avn), Usnas Norfolk Virginia; Tested 17Nov50 GCT II 11 RV III 104 AC III 106 AR II 114 PA II 113
~Jul 1955; Sergeant; Marine Fighter Squadron 233 Martc, Nartu Naval Air Station Horfolk, Virginia
~Jan 1956; Sergeant; Vmf (Jet) 233 Omcr (Avn), Usnas Norfolk Virginia; Ch total Mos o/seas to 0, Not prev reported.
~Oct 1956; Sergeant; Vmf (Jet) 233 Usmcr-(Ao)-(Avn), Usnas Norfolk Virginia
~Jul 1957; Sergeant; Avn Enl Vol Res(A To D), Martc Nas Glenview 
Burress, Vernon Hamilton (P1)
 

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