Will of Nehemiah Daniel, 1820
“I give and bequeath to Anny my wife all my estate during her natural life or widowhood except she should consider herself overstocked in that case she may dispose of any part thereof provided it is equally divided amongst her children and at her death my land together with all the other property to be sold except the young sorrell horse which I have given to my son Nehemiah Daniel and all the money arising from such sale together with the money I now have . . . shall be equally divided amongst my after named children, except Clara Morris and Nancy Allen which two are not to have so much as the others by fifty dollars as they have been helped to that amount more than the others and the names of my children are as follows to wit:
Clara Morris, Tempy Allen, Nancy Allen, Polly Dillard, Sally McMillion, Robert Daniel, Fanny Hains, Drucillah Daniel and Nehemiah Daniel . . .”
2 August 1820
Witnesses: Samuel Amburn, Fielding Lewis
Source: Grayson County Virginia Will Book, 1, 1796 – 1839, reel no. 9, page 193, Library of Virginia, Richmond.
Date: 1797 Jany 17
Parties Names Married: Ethey Thomas [Thomas Athy] to Sally Parkens [Perkins]
Minister: J. Osburn [Josiah Osborne]
Source: Greenbrier County Virginia Marriage Records 1A, 1780-1849, reel no. 12, Library of Virginia, Richmond.
24 August 1785
Name of Husband: John Atha
Name of Wife: Dorcas Cullen
Minister: J. Price
Source: Culpeper County Virginia Marriage Register, 1781 – 1853 c, (VSL ms compilation), microfilm reel 50, Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA.
John Arnold and Henry Trent are bound unto John Floyd, Governor of Virginia for $150 on 16 March 1832 for a marriage between John Arnold Jr. and Nancy Griffin.
Source: Patrick County Virginia Marriage Bonds, 1832-1835, reel no. 54, page 1145, Library of Virginia, Richmond.
March the 15th 1832
Mr. [?] Staples Clerk of Patrick County
This is to certify that I have given John Arnold the liberty to get license to marry my daughter Nancy Griffin given under my hand Richard Griffin
[?] Henry Trent Wm Arnold
Source: Patrick County Virginia Marriage Bonds, 1832-1835, reel no. 54, page 1145, Library of Virginia, Richmond
John Arnold and James Hollandworth are bound unto James Wood, Governor of Virginia for $150 on 16 September 1799 for a marriage between John Arnold and Milley Hollandworth.
Source: Patrick County Virginia Marriage Bonds, 1797-1800, reel no. 53, pae 163, Library of Virginia, Richmond