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March Court 1817

On the application of Caty Burress, widow of Anderson Burress, deceased, of the County of Montgomery and State of Virginia - it is ordered to be certified to the paymaster general of the United States that it was proven to the court by the oath of John Burress, a respectable witness, that was present at the time Caty Burress was married to Anderson Burress and it was further proven by the oath of a respectable witness that the said Anderson Burress, marched from the county of Montgomery, Virginia to Norfolk, in the service of the United States in the month of July 1814 as a private in the company of Captain James Hoge - and that the said Anderson Burress departed this life about 25th day of October 1814 while in the service of the United States at Norfolk.  It is further ordered to be certified that the said Caty Burress has three children. One named Mahala Burress born 2 July 1811, one named Jefferson Burress born 15 November 1812 and one named Betsy Burress, born 18 November 1814. And it is furhter ordered to be certified that the said Caty Burress remains a widow - all which doth appear by respectable evidence.




Death of Anderson Burress

March 1817 court document confirming the death of Anderson Burress


Owner/SourceMontgomery County, Virginia Court Order Book 19 page 129
Date1817
Linked toAnderson Burress (Death)

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