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19 Dec 1785 Elias Burgess married Sarah Burgess Surety - Tech Prenet page 7

12 Aug 1799 John Burgess married Polley McMillan daughter of Nancy Muckmillian who consents

surety James Watkins married by Rev Clement Nancy page 26

22 Oct 1798 James Watkins married Catey Burgess daughter of Jane Burgess who consents surety

John Burgess.

Mar 1784 Henry Cammell married Elizabeth Burgess married by Rev John Bailey ";shouldn't this be

Campbell page5

17 Oct 1785 Zechariah Pruit married Jane Burgess daughter of Edward Burgess who consents surety

Benjamin Thrasher married by Samuel Harris page 6

18 Jan 1798 Leonard Clark married Mary Burgess daughter of William Burgess who consents Surity

Zachariah Prewitt married by Rev William Wright page 25

3 Oct 1797 James Hardin married Mary Burgess Surety William Burgess page 24

5 Nov 1804 Thomas Hutchison married Nancy Burgess Surety Hardin Burgess page 24 married by Rev

Richard Elliot page 37

8 Jan 1784 William Bridgewaters married Susannah Burgess married by Rev John Bailey page 5

12 Dec 1804 William Snoddy married Virlena Burgess daughter of Edward Burgess who consents

Surety William Burgess married by David Nowlin page 38.

Archives of Tazewell County, Virginia Netti Schreiner Yantis (Who is this William?)

Land Speculation - 8 Robert Morris (known as the financier of the Revolution. According to Compton's

encycloped ";Morris fell into debt because of land speculation. In 1798 he was sent to Philadelphia

debtor's prison. He was released in 1801 and died in 1806. 500,000 acres 4,000 of prior claims.

Survey completed October 28, 1794. Chainmen: Zachariah Davis, James Copley, Marker William

Burgess. Virginia Grant Book 31 page 613.

Archives of Tazewell County, Virginia Netti Schreiner Yantis

Petitions to form Tazewell County Virginia - 1795

William Burges - James Copley - Thos Cook - Ralph Stewart - Philip Miller - Thomas Morgin Jr - Edward

Burgess

Marshall Burtin - Zachariah Davis - James Burgess

Burgess, Mullins, Browning, Brown & Allied Families, James A Burgess 1978, McClain Printing, Parsons,

West Virginia.

page 4 & 5

A William Burgess of Goochland County, Virginia made an application for a Revolutionary War Pension

15 Jun 1818. He enlisted in Rockingham County, Virginia. He was in the company of CCapt Bowyer in

1778 for eighteen months and in the regiment of Col William Davis and served until about 1780 when he

was discharged in Chesterfield County, Virginia. On 17 July 1820 Goochland County, Virginia the said

William is age 79 making him born about 1741. He is a weaver. He has no family residing with him and

he owns no estate of any kind. This information comes from Pension Application 37797.

Another William Burgess played a part in the formation of Logan County. In the History of Logan County

by Henry Clay Ragland page 116 the following information appears: ";In 1820 William Burgess was

elected as one of the member of the General Assembly of Cabell County and commenced at once to

make a fight for a new county and once to make a fight for a new county. He was re-elected in 1821-

1822 and in 1823 he had the proud satisfaction of seeing the act creating the act creating the new

county of Logan passed by the General Assembly."; Some people in Logan County believe this was

William Dingess and not William Burgess.

Note from Jim Burgess: This was not the son of William Burgess son of Thomas Burgess, as that

William Burgess was born about 1814 and would have been too young to serve in 1821-1822.

On page 121 of the History of Logan County by Henry Clay Ragland we read the following sentence:.....

in October 1794 passing near the grave of Gilbert, and the surveying parting consisting of James Taylor

as surveyor, Zachariah Davis and James Coply as Chairman and William Burgess as marker, coming

from Wythe County.";

An interesting marriage took place in Giles County when David Burgess married Polly Davis 8 Oct 1821.

Is Polly related to Zachariah Davis?

The following are abstracts of records of genealogical interest taken from the records of the Cherokee

Indian Agency in Tennessee in the years 1801-1816. These are from the microfilm copy, and the pages

are not numbered. They are arranged in roughly chronological order.

Page 1

Records of the Cherokee Indian Agency in Tennessee: Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records.

National Archives Microcopy M-208

Oliver Wallace has permission to pass into the Cherokee Nation to work at the Smiths business at the

house of Wm. Burgess for the term of ten months . . . 9 Feby 1804

John Stephens a Carpenter has permission to live with William Burgess in the Cherokee Nation as

requested by said Burgess. He conducting himself as a sober industrious man for the term of one year.

27 Feby 1802

James McNair at the request of William Burgess has permission to go into the Cherokee Nation to work

at farming with the said Burgess for the term of one year . . . 7th February 1802

Alexander Miller has permission to live with Thomton near Mr. Burgess to assist him in making a crop of

corn the ensuing summer . . . said Miller may take with him his wife. . . 5 Nov 1803

Gave to George Barbee Davis a permit to go to Burgesses a half breed Indian on business with Robert

Moore respecting a Negro boy the property of said Moore in Burgess' hands. . . 24 Sept 1801

PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS Note: between 1782-83 the

lists indicate the number of tithables, the number of slaves, the number of horses, and the number of

cattle. From 1784-86 the lists indicate the number of white males over the age of 21, the number of

slaves over the age of 16, the number of slaves under the age of 16, the number of horses, and the

number of cattle. In 1787 the list records the number of white males age 16-21, the number of slaves

over the age of 16, the number of slaves under the age of 16, the number of horses, and the number of

cattle. Beginning in 1788, the lists indicate the number of white males over the age of 16, the number of

slaves under and over the age of sixteen (second and third digits), and the number of horses (fourth

digit). Zeros straight across indicate no taxable personal property and no tithables (a minor or female as

head of household). There were separate land tax rolls to record the taxation of real property. The levy

of 1808 was never taken. The county was split into two districts. The numbering of these districts was

not consistent from year to year.

1767

Edward Burges--one tithe

1777 (Oaths of Allegiance)

Benjamin Burges

Edward Burges (next entry)

Thomas Burges

1782

Edward Burgess 1-0-3-14

Benjamin Burgess (next entry) 1-0-2-0

William Burgess 0-0-2-3

Thomas Burgess 1-0-2-9

Thomas Burgess Senior (2 entries down) 1-3-3-8

1783

William Burgess 1-0-2-6

Thomas Burgess (next entry) 1-3-3-12

John Burgess (4 entries down) 0-0-1-0

Thomas Burgess 1-0-2-9

Benjamin Burgess 1-0-1-3

Edward Burgess (next entry) 1-0-4-12

1784

Edward Burgess 1-0-0-4-12

Benjamin Burgess (next entry) 1-0-0-2-4

Thomas Burgess Jr. 1-0-0-3-6

William Burgess 1-0-0-2-4

Thomas Burgess Senr. (next entry) 1-1-1-3-11

1785

Mary Burges 1-0-0-2-2

Benjamin Burges (3 entries down) 1-0-0-2-4

William Burgess 1-0-0-6-4

Thomas Burgess Senr. (next entry) 0-3-0-3-15

Thomas Burgess Jr. 1-0-0-4-8

1786

Edward Burgess 1-0-0-4-7

Benjamin Burgess (next entry) 1-0-0-2-4

William Burgess 1-3-0-11-19

Thomas Burgess Jr. 1-0-0-2-3

1787 (Part 1)

Thomas Burgess (Apr. 14; no tithable) 0-3-0-4-18

William Burgess (Apr. 14; next entry) 0-0-0-10-0

Edward Burgess (May 4) 1-0-0-3-6

Mordica Burgess (May 4; next entry) 0-0-0-1-0

Benjn. Burgess (May 4) 0-0-0-2-4

Thos. Burgess (& Matt Orondor; May 8) 0-0-0-2-10

1788 (Part 1)

Edward Burgass (Apr. 11) 2-0-0-4

Benjamin Burgass (Apr. 11; next entry) 1-0-0-2

William Burgass (Apr. 21) 2-4-0-11

Thomas Burgass (Apr. 24) 2-0-0-1

Mordica Burgass (May 9) 1-0-0-1

1789 (Part 2)

Thomas Burgass Jr. (Apr. 9) 2-0-0-2

William Burgass (Apr. 9; next entry) 1-3-0-11

Benjamin Burgass (Apr. 18) 1-0-0-3

Edward Burgass (May 1) 2-0-0-5

1790 (Part 2)

William Burgass (Apr. 13) 2-3-0-11

Thomas Burgass Jr. (May 4) 2-1-0-2

Edward Burgass (May 5; next entry) 2-0-0-3

Benjamin Burgass (May 5; next entry) 1-0-0-3

Elias Burgass (May 6; 3 entries down) 1-0-0-2

1791 (Part 2)

William Burgass (Mar. 21) 1-3-0-9

Thomas Burgass Jr. (Apr. 18) 2-1-0-4

Edward Burgass (Apr. 18) 2-0-0-3

Benjamin Burgass (Apr. 18; next entry) 1-0-0-3

1792 (Part 1)

Thomas Burgass (Mar. 21) 2-0-0-4

William Burgass (Apr. 16) 1-0-0-6

Mary Burgass (Apr. 16; next entry) 0-3-0-3

Edward Burgass (July 19) 2-0-0-3

Benjamin Burgass (July 19; next entry) 1-0-0-2

1793 (Part 2)

William Burgass (Apr. 13) 1-0-0-4

Mary Burgass (Apr. 15) 0-3-0-2

Edward Burgass (July 15) 1-0-0-2

John Burgass (July 15; next entry) 1-0-0-1

Benjamin Burgass (July 15; next entry) 1-0-0-1

1794 (Part 1)

William Burgass (Mar. 17) 1-0-0-5

Mary Burgass (Mar. 17; next entry) 0-3-0-3

Benjamin Burgass (Aug. 23) 1-0-0-1

Edward Burgass (Aug. 23; next entry) 2-0-0-3

John Burgass (Aug. 23; next entry) 1-0-0-1

1795 (Part 2)

William Burgass (Mar. 19) 1-0-0-6

Mary Burgass (Mar. 19; next entry) 0-0-3-3

Edwd. Burgass (July 31) 2-0-0-3

Benja. Burgass (July 31; next entry) 1-0-0-1

Jno. Burgass (July 31; next entry) 1-0-0-2

1796 (Part 1)

William Burgass (& “J. B.”; Apr. 9) 2-0-0-2

Mary Burgass (& “L.A.N.”; Apr. 9; next entry) 1-0-3-3

Edward Burgass (& Will; May 14) 2-0-0-3

Benjamin Burgass (May 14; next entry) 1-0-0-2

John Burgass (May 14; next entry) 1-0-0-1

1797 (Part 1)

Wm. Burgess (Mar. 21) 1-0-0-5

Mrs. Mary Burgess (Mar. 21; next entry) 0-0-3-3

Benjamin Burgess (Apr. 15) 1-0-0-2

John Burgess (Apr. 15; 2 entries down) 1-0-0-1

Edward Burgess (Apr. 15; 2 entries down) 2-0-0-4

1797 (Part 2)

William Burgass Sandy Rin (?) (June 2) 2-0-0-3

1798 (Part 1)

Wm. Burgess (Mar. 19) 1-0-0-3

Benjamin Burgess (May 5) 1-0-0-2

Edward Burgess (May 5; next entry) 2-0-0-3

1798 (Part 2)

John Burgess (undated) 1-0-0-1

Jane Burgess (Aug. 15) 0-0-0-3

1799 (Part 1)

William Burgess (Apr. 15) 1-0-0-2

Benjamin Burgess (May 3) 1-0-0-3

Edward Burgess & Son (May 3) 2-0-0-2

1799 (Part 2)

John Burgess (Aug. 9) 1-0-0-1

Jane Burgess (Aug. 19; next entry) 0-0-0-2

1800 (Part 1)

John Burgess (Aug. 2) 1-0-0-1

Jane Burgess (Aug. 2; next entry) 1-0-0-2

1800 (Part 2)

Wm. Burgess (Mar. 17) 1-0-0-3

Benjn. Burgess (Apr. 23) 1-0-0-3

Edward Burgess (Apr. 23; next entry) 2-0-0-2

1801 (Part 1)

William Burgess (Apr. 6) 1-0-0-5

Benjamin Burgess (Apr. 11; 2 entries down) 1-0-0-4

Edward Burgess & Son (May 2) 2-0-0-2

1801 (Part 2)

John Burgess (Aug. 1) 1-0-0-1

Jane Burgess (Aug. 1; next entry) 1-0-0-2

1802 (Part 1)

John Burgess (Aug. 7) 1-0-0-2

Jane Burgess (Aug. 7) 1-0-0-4

1802 (Part 2)

William Burgess (Mar. 15) 1-0-0-5

Benjamin Burgess (Apr. 28) 2-0-0-4

Edward Burgess Ex. (Apr. 28; next entry) 1-0-0-4

1803 (Part 1)

Wm. Burgess (Mar. 23) 2-0-0-5

Edward Burgess Ex. & Son (May 7) 1-0-0-4

Benjn. Burgess (Aug. 15) 2-0-0-4

1803 (Part 2)

John Burgess (Aug. 6) 1-0-0-1

Jane Burgess (Aug. 6; next entry) 1-0-0-5

1804 (Part 1)

John Burgess (Aug. 1) 1-0-0-2

Jane Burgess (Aug. 1; next entry) 1-0-0-3

1804 (Part 2)

William Burgess (Apr. 7) 3-0-0-5

Edwn. Burgess Ex. & Son (May 5) 1-0-0-4

Benja. Burgess (May 5) 2-0-0-3

1805 (Part 1)

William Burgess (Mar. 18) 2-0-0-3

Wm. & Edwd. Burgess Ex. (June 17) 1-0-0-3

Benjamin Burgess (June 17; next entry) 2-0-0-3

1805 (Part 2)

Pendleton Burgess (Aug. 3) 1-0-0-3

Jane Burgess (Aug. 17) 1-0-0-2

1806 (Part 2)

Wm. Burgess & Father Ex. (May 3) 2-0-1-3

Benjamin Burgess (May 3; next entry) 3-0-0-4

Jane Burgess (Aug. 9) 0-0-0-3

Harrison Burgess (Aug. 9; next entry) 1-0-0-1

Pendleton Burgess (Aug. 9; next entry) 1-0-0-2

1807 (Part 1)

Benajmin Burgess (Apr. 20) 2-0-0-4

Wm. Burgess (& R. Parker; Apr. 20) 2-0-1-4

Jane Burgess (Aug. 25) 0-0-0-3

Harrison Burgess (Aug. 25; next entry) 1-0-0-1

Pendleton Burgess (Aug. 25; next entry) 1-0-0-2

1808

Not taken

1809 (Part 2)

Benjamin Burgess & Son (Mar. 8) 1-0-0-4

William Burgess (Mar. 8; next entry) 1-0-0-1

William Burgess (Apr. 6) 1-0-0-1

Pendleton Burgess (May 25) 1-0-0-2

Harrison Burgess (May 25; next entry) 1-0-0-1

1810 (Part 2)

Pendleton Burgess (Apr. 7) 1-0-0-4

John Burgess (Apr. 7; next entry) 1-0-0-2

Harrison Burgess (Apr. 9; 2 entries down) 1-0-0-2

Benjamin Burgess (May 1) 1-0-0-3

William Burgess (May 1; 4 entries down) 1-0-0-2

1811 (Part 1)

William Burgess (Mar. 19) 1-0-0-3

Pendleton Burgess (Apr. 6) 1-0-0-4

William Burgess Junr. (Apr. 6; 3 entries down) 1-0-0-3

Harrison Burgess (Apr. 6; 2 entries down) 1-0-0-1

Benjamin Burgess (Apr. 15) 1-0-0-3

John Burgess (May 15) 1-0-0-2

1812 (Part 2)

Benjamin Burgess (Mar. 2) 1-0-0-2

William Burgess Junr. (Mar. 16) 1-0-0-2

William Burgess Senr. (Mar. 17) 1-0-0-3

Pendleton Burgess (Apr. 20) 1-0-0-4

John Burgess (May 9) 1-0-0-3

Land Tax Rolls

1782-1785

Thomas Burgass Senr.--740 acres

Thomas Burgas Jr.--400 acres

Edward Burgass--270 acres

1785 Petition to the Virginia Assembly

Elias Burges

Edward Burges

Mordica Burges

All website material Copyright © 2002-2005 by Robert Reginald & Mary A. Burgess

1778/9/3, Burgess, William and Jane, his wife, of Fluvanna to Pleasant Cocke of the Co of Goochland,

100 lbs, one certain tract of land of about 195 A on the br of the Byrd Cr, and bounded by John

Thurmond, Saml Davis, David Parish, Thomas Kent. Signed William Burgess, Jane Burgess Wit: Jos

Haden, Archbill Sneed, Champion Napier, rec Sep 3, 1778 Fluvanna Co, Va, Deeds 1777-1783, p 96,

pg 14 1797/10/30, Burgess, William, will proved 1798/4/16, wife Jane Burgess, 200 A tract &

plantation, adj present dwelling house. Son Pendleton, son Harrision. Lands to 4 sons: John, William,

Harrison, & Pendleton, equally divided when the youngest is of age. Wants John to come live on the

plantation until his family is raised & of age.

pp199-200 Abstracts of Pittsylvania Co Va Wills, 1767-1820, pg 83 (Pitts D& W, 11, 199) Heirs

of William Burgess who was married to Jane Pigg: 1807/10/20, Burgess, Pendleton, Fanny, & Lolia

(by gdn), letters of adm. on est of Jane Burgess dc’d. Pendleton apptd gdn of Lolia & Fanny Burgess,

orphans of William Burgess dc’d.

Pittsylvania Order Bk 12, 591 1810/2/19, Burgess, Harrison, John, William of Pitts to Pendleton

Burgess of Pitts, $130, land formerly property of William Burgess dc’d, 200 A Glady fork of Sandy

River Pittsylvania Deed Book 17, 21 A bit of additional info: 1837/3/20, Burgess, Harrison from

William P Burgess & wife, Margaret Pittsylvania Co db 40, 26 1838/7/16, Burgess, Harrison from

William P Burgess, POA Pittsylvania Co db 41, 329 1840, Burgess, Harrison, Mason Co KY

census 1840, Burgess, John D, Mason Co KY census

William married (MRIN:58) Jane PIGG-512 on 7 Aug 1770 in St James Northam, Albemarle, Virginia, USA. Jane was born about 1749 in , of Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. She died in 1807 in , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.

They had the following children:

+ 20 M i. Pendleton BURGESS-514 was born in 1771. He died in 1850/1860.

21 F ii. Caty BURGESS-997 was born about 1772 in , of Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.

Caty married (MRIN:657) James WATKINS-1001 on 22 Oct 1798 in , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. James was born about 1770 in , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.

Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marriage Records 22 Oct 1798 James Watkins married

Catey Burgess daughter of Jane Burgess who consents. Surety John Burgess.

+ 22 M iii. John BURGESS-516 was born about 1777. He died on 28 Sep 1837.

23 F iv. Fanny BURGESS-998 was born in 1780 in , of Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.

Fanny married (MRIN:658) John MCMILLION-1002 on 15 Jul 1815 in , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. John was born about 1778 in of Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.

+ 24 M v. Harrison BURGESS-515 was born about 1782. He died in 1865.

+ 25 M vi. William H BURGESS-517 was born about 1782. He died in 1854.

26 F vii. Delia BURGESS-999 was born in 1784 in , of Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA.

4. John BURGESS-67 (William) was born in 1750 in , Fluvanna, Virginia, USA. He died on 16 Sep 1835 in , Fluvanna, Virginia, USA.

Fluvanna County, Virginia Book 1 1777-1783 page 92

Indenture - 6 Aug 1778 between Edward Burgess of Bedford County, Virginia and John Burgess of

Fluvanna 200 pounds sold to William Baskett of Fluvanna 200 acres on both sides of Byrd Creek

joining the lines of Thomas Kent, H. Lewis Venable, Walter Johnson, Reubin Francis and William

Burgess Junior being the same land and plantation our father purchased of John Thurmond and devised

in his last Will and Testament.

Fluvanna County, Virginia Book 1 1777-1783 Indenture 3 Sep 1778 William Burgess and Jane his wife

of Fluvana County sold to Pleasant Cocke of Goochland County, 195 acres lying on the Branches of

Byrd Creek as followeth near John Thurmond and Davis Corner to David Parish's to Thomas Kent's line.

Montgomery County, Virginia Deed Book

Mar 1805 John Burgess Montgomery county Forest Farely & Mary of Montgomery County

Book D page 193 $100 200 acrees letter of Patent 27 Dec 1784 on Bluestone River mouth of Richland

Creek in Montgomery County, Virginia A Johnston & John Stafford

Dec 1806 John Burgess Montgomery, County, Virginia Grantee Washington Dobyns D page 387

2 May 1806 $1.00 land in Blacksburg in Montgomery County, Virginia.

Montgomery County, Virginia Will Book 1 1786 -1809

John Burgess Emancipation

";Know all men by these presents that John Burgess of Montgomery in Virginia being persuaded in my

mind that it is contrary to Just and the Spirit of Christian Religion to keep our fellow creatures in Slavery

do by these presents Manumil and set free a negro boy named Chapman a boy about seven years old

and the said Chapman shall from and after he arrives at the age of twenty-five years to be free to act

and do for himself. Witness my hand and seal this seventh day of January 1806."; John Burgess

Fluvanna County, Virginia Marriage Records

1778 Burgess, John Bond, Elizabeth

1798 Tapscott, James Burgess, Patsey

1816 Burgess, Robert Noell, Mary

1837 Pettit, John C. Burgess, Martha

1841 Clements, Thomas Burgess, Lucy

1846 Matthews, Daniel Burgess, Emily

1850 Burgess, Charles Louis, Elizabeth

1853 Noel, Samuel Burgess, Jane

Fluvanna County, Virginia 1810 Tax list (copied from Michael Burgess Data Base)

John Burgess page 443

1-0-1-0-1

1-1-0-1-1

0-6

owned tavern in 1815

1815 Fluvanna Co., Virginia

1 M 45+ 1 F 45+

1 M 16-26 1 F 26-45

1 M 0-10 1 F 10-16

1 F 0-10

1820 Fulvanna Co., Virginia/Bernards pg. 065

Fluvanna County, Virginia Ancestry 1820 Census

John Burgess Male 0 0 0 0 0 1

Female 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 1

John Burgess Male 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1

Female 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 1 0

(not at all sure what the extra #'s mean.

Virginia Revolutionary Pension Applications

BURGESS, John S8113

3 Oct 1833. Fluvanna County, Virginia John (X) Burgess said county, aged 89, declares he joined a

company in 1775 comanded by Capt William Henry as a substitute for Jesse Burton and marched from

Fluvanna to Williamsburg, Hampton and Sundry other places. He served three months. In the early

part of 1776 he enlisted for twelve months in the company of Capt Roger Thompson, called minute men.

In a few days the company was ordered into service and he marched to Richmond, Hanover Town, New

Kent Court House, Burwell's Ferry and other places where they were in service several months. Then

the company was ordered to the western part of the state against the Indians and marched under Col

Haynes Morgan to Holston river where they remained three months. A treaty having been concluded

with the Indians, the company returned to Fluvanna. They were permitted by their captain to disperse

among their friends until called upon to complete the term of service, but were never called on. He

served not less than six months and thinks eight months.

He was born in Fluvanna and still resides there. He has no record of his age.

19 Sep 1833. Fluvanna County, Virginia thomas Shores declares that in 1775 John Burgess marched

with him from Fluvanna County in a company of militia with Capt William Henry to Williamsburg and

other places in the lower part of Virginia. They were together atleast one month.

24 Aug 1833. Fluvanna County, Virginia Jesse Hughes declares that in 1776 John Burgess enlisted

with him for twelve months in a company under Capt Roger Thompson that was enlisted as minute men.

A few days after the enlistment they were ordered into service andmarched un Capt Thompson to

Williamsburg, Burwell's Ferry and other places. They were in Col Meredith's regiment two months and

then were ordered west against the Indians and marched to Holston River. They remained at Holston in

Col Morgan's regiment three months and after a treaty of peace had been made with the Indians

returned home. A few days after their return Hughes and several comrades enlisted in the Continental

service and proceeded to Yorktown. John Burgess served in the company not less than six months.

24 Aug 1833. Fluvanna County, Virginia John Bashaw declares he enlisted in the minute servicefor

twelve months under Capt Roger Thompson in 1776 and marched from Fluvanna County with John

Burgess to Williamsburg, Burwell's Ferry and Holstein River.

21 Aug 1833. Fluvanna County, Virginia Austin (X) Seay declared that in 1775 he served in a company

under Capt William Henry at part of the time at Williamsburg and Hampton. John Burgess was a

member of the company. The company served about three months and was attached to Colonel Scott's

regiment.

In 1776 John Burgess enlisted with him in Fluvanna for twelve months in the company of minute men

under Capt Roger Thompson and marched to Williamsburg, Burwell's Ferry, etc., where they remained

between two and three months. They then were ordered to the western part of the state against the

Indians but Seay was taken sick and permitted to remain in his county under furlough.

John Burgess of Fluvanna County, Virginia, private in the company of Capt Henry in the regiment of Col

Dabney in the Virginia militia for six months, was placed on the Virginia pension roll at $20 per annum

under the act of 1832. Certificate 23207 was issued 30 Nov 1833.

Arrears of pension to 16 Feb 1835 the day of his death, were paid to Daniel M Burgess, his son.

FLUVANNA COUNTY, VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LISTS

Note: In the numbers record the person charged with the tax and/or number of titheables at that address

(first digit), the number of slaves, the number of horses, and the number of cattle. From 1783-86 are

listed: titheables, slaves over the age of 16, slaves under the age of 16, horses, and cattle. In 1787 are

listed: titheables, white males aged 16-21, slaves over the age of 16, slaves under the age of 16, horses,

and cattle. 1788-94 drop the enumeration of cattle. 1794-1814 list: titheables, slaves over 16, slaves

under 16, and horses. 1815 lists number of white males over the age of 16, slaves aged 9-12, slaves

aged 12-16, slaves over 16, horses, stud horses (two numbers), and cattle. 1816-20 list white males

over 16, slaves over 16, slaves under 16, and horses. 1821-26 list: slaves and horses. Zeros straight

across indicate no taxable personal property and no tithables (a minor or female as head of household).

There were separate land tax rolls to record the taxation of real property. The levy of 1808 was never

taken. Fluvanna Co. was enumerated in two sections between 1787-93, when the lists were merged

once again into a single record.

1782

John Burgess 1-1-2-6

William Burgess (4 entries down) 1-1-2-7

1783

William Burgess 1-1-0-1-4

Jno. Burgess (next entry) 1-1-0-2-6

1784

John Burgess 1-1-0-3-6

1785

John Burgess 1-1-1-3-6

William Burgess (3 entries down) 1-0-0-1-7

1786

William Burgess 1-0-0-1-4

1787 (Section 1)

John Burgess (Mar. 23) 1-1-1-1-3-8

William Burgess (Apr. 5; next entry) 1-0-0-0-2-7

1788 (Section 1)

William Burgess (Apr. 25) 1-0-0-0-2

John Burgess (Mar. 12) 1-1-1-0-3

1789 (Section 2)

William Burgess (Mar. 26) 1-0-0-0-2

John Burgess (3 entries down; Mar. 26) 1-2-1-0-3

1790 (Section 1)

John Burgess (Mar. 15) 1-1-1-0-5

1791 (Section 1)

John Burgess (Mar. 12) 1-1-1-0-5

1792 (Section 1)

John Burgess (Mar. 13) 1-0-1-0-4

1793 (Section 1)

John Burgess (Mar. 11) 1-0-1-0-3

1794

John Burgess (Mar. 14) 1-0-1-0-1

1795

John Burgess (Apr. 11) 1-1-0-4

1796

John Burgess (Mar. 19) 1-1-0-1

1797

John Burgess (Apr. 11) 2-1-0-2

(+ 1 Ordinary License)

1798

John Burgess (Mar. 17) 2-1-0-2

(+ 1 Ordinary License)

1799

John Burgess (Jun. 29) 2-1-1-2

1800

John Burgess (Jul. 28; listed twice) 2-1-1-4

1801

John Burgess (May 27) 2-1-1-3

1802

John Burgess (May 24) 2-2-0-3

1803

John Burgess (Mar. 28) 2-2-0-4

1804

None

1805

John Burgess (Mar. 25) 2-2-0-4

1806

John Burgess (Aug. 28) 3-2-0-2

1807

John Burgess (Mar. 24) 2-2-0-3

Green Burgess (May 16) 1-0-0-0

1808

Never taken

1809

John Burgess (Mar. 22) 2-2-0-4

Green Burgess (Apr. 22) 1-1-0-1

1810

John Burgess (Apr. 6) 2-2-0-4

G. Nathaniel Burgess (Apr. 6; next entry) 1-0-0-1

1811

John Burgess (Mar. 26) 1-2-0-3

1812

John Burgess (Mar. 4) 1-2-0-2

H. William Burgess (Apr. 27) 1-0-0-1

1813

John Burgess (Mar. 23) 1-2-0-3

William H. Burgess (Mar. 23) 1-0-0-0

Daniel M. Burgess (Mar. 23) 1-0-0-0

1814

John Burges (May 23) 1-2-0-6

William H. Burges (Mar. 12; “remd.”) 0-0-0-0

Daniel M. Burges 1-0-0-1

1815

John Burgess (May 17) 1-2-0-2-4-0-0-10

Daniel M. Burgess (Feb. 27) 1-0-0-1-0-0-0-0

1816

John Burgess (Apr. 22) 1-2-0-4

Nathaniel Burgess (Apr. 22; next entry) 1-0-0-0

1817

Nathal. G. Burgess (Apr. 28) 1-0-0-0

John Burgess (May 19) 1-2-1-3

Danil M. Burgess (Apr. 28) 1-0-0-1

1818

Nathl. G. Burgess (May 22) 1-0-0-1

John Burgess (May 22) 1-3-2-3

Daniel M. Burgess (Apr. 27) 1-0-0-1

1819

John Burgess (May 25) 1-2-2-3

Nathl. G. Burgess (May 25) 1-0-0-0

Danl. M. Burgess (Apr. 5) 1-0-0-1

1820

Nathl. G. Burgess (Apr. 1) 1-3-0-0

John Burgess (May 5) 1-3-1-3

Danell M. Burgess (Apr. 1) 1-0-0-1

1821

John Burgess (May 8) 5-3

Danl. M. Burgess (Mar. 26) 0-1

1822

John Burgess (May 8) 5-2

1823

John Burgess (Mar. 24) 3-3

1824

John Burgess (Mar. 23) 3-2

Danl. M. Burgess (Mar. 23) 1-1

1825

John Burgess (Mar. 28) 4-2

Danl. M. Burgess (Mar. 28) 0-1

1826

John Burgess (Mar. 27) 3-3

Danl. M. Burgess (Feb. 28) 1-1

Fluvanna County, Virginia Marriage Records

1778 Burgess, John Bond, Elizabeth

1798 Tapscott, James Burgess, Patsey

1816 Burgess, Robert Noell, Mary

1837 Pettit, John C. Burgess, Martha

1841 Clements, Thomas Burgess, Lucy

1846 Matthews, Daniel Burgess, Emily

1850 Burgess, Charles Louis, Elizabeth

1853 Noel, Samuel Burgess, Jane

1850 Fluvanna County, Virginia Census Dwelling 97-98

Alfred S. BURGESS 32 White Male Virginia

Mary C BURGESS 25 White Female Virginia

William J BURGESS 8 White Male Virginia

James W BURGESS 6 White Male Virginia

Elizabeth F BURGESS 4 White Female Virginia

Mary J BURGESS 2 White Female Virginia

Alfred S BURGESS 10/12 White Male Virginia

John M BURGESS 16 White Male Virginia Student

Sarah CLEMENTS 17 White Female Virginia

1850 Fluvanna County, Virginia Census Dwelling 101-102

Thomas CLEMENTS 44 White Male Virginia Shoemaker

Lucy CLEMENTS 38 White Female Virginia

Robert S CLEMENTS 6 White Male Virginia

Cornelius CLEMENTS 4 White Male Virginia

Benjamin W CLEMENTS White Male Virginia

Martha Cloer 50 White Female Virginia

1850 Fluvanna County, Virginia Census Dwelling 138-139

Daniel A Matthews 38 White Male Virginia Farmer

Emily MATTHEWS 28 White Female Virginia

William T MATTHEWS 2 White Male Virginia

John S MATTHEWS 1 White Male Virginia

1850 Fluvanna County, Virginia Census Dwelling 64-65

Isaac T. Roberts 34 White Male Virginia Miller

Lucy A Roberts 30 White Female Virginia

William H BURGESS 25 White Male Virginia Miller

1850 Fluvanna County, Virginia Census Dwelling 200-201

Daniel M BURGESS 60 White Male Virginia

Julia A BURGESS 49 White Female Virginia



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