Person:Andrew Warwick (2)

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Andrew Sittlington Warwick
b.1782 Virginia
d.bef. June 1828 Bath County, Virginia
m. 3 MAY 1765
  1. Charles Cameron Warwick1766-1779 -
  2. Jacob Warrick1773 - 1811
  3. Rachel Primrose Warwick1773 - 1858
  4. Mary 'Molly' WarwickBEF 1776 -
  5. Elizabeth WarwickBEF 1776 -
  6. Margaret Warwick1776 - 1851
  7. Jane Warwick1779 -
  8. Nancy Warwick1780 - 1845
  9. Andrew Sittlington Warwick1782 - bef 1828
  • HAndrew Sittlington Warwick1782 - bef 1828
  • WMary N. Woods1791 - abt 1822
m. 27 March 1809
  1. James Woods Warwick1813 - 1897
  2. John Woods Warwickabt 1817 -
  3. Jacob Warwickabt 1818 - abt 1888
m. 22 April 1823
  1. Rachel Cameron Warwick1824 -
  2. Mary Warwick1826 -
Facts and Events
Name Andrew Sittlington Warwick
Gender Male
Birth? 1782 Virginia
Marriage 27 March 1809 Nelson County, Virginiato Mary N. Woods
Marriage 22 April 1823 Bath County, Virginiato Martha 'Patsy' Dickinson
Death[1] bef. June 1828 Bath County, Virginia



Will of Andrew S. Warwick

  • Pg. 264. Will of Andrew S. Warwick, dated May 17, 1828
Wit: Wiliam D. and Thomas M. Kincaid, John B. Dean
Probated June 1828
Exec: Robert Bratton and William D. Kincaid
inst: slaves israel, Ben, Absolom, Henry, Big Nell, Big Gilbert, Isaac, Nancy, Julia and 2 children, Jefferson and Angelina, Martha and her child to be sold to pay debts.
Beq. to wife Martha, lower end of the farm on the river, including the mill; 301 acres between the Jackson River and Back Creek known as Marlin's Place; 360 acres west of the home tract for life and then to little daughter Rachel C.
to wife Negro girl Milly until daughter Mary is 16, then one girl goes to Mary.
to wife trusty men Peter and London, then they go to Mary and Rachel
to wife yellow man Jim, Venus and her four children, Israel, Aaron, Zachariah and John until Mary and Rachel are 21, then equally to them.
to wife household and kitchen furniture, with half to Mary and Rachel at 21, the balance at wife's death
to three sons, James, Jacob and John each a good featherbed and furniture at age 21.
to daughter Mary the "Upper Place" or Handley Place of 100 acres, 71 adjoining acres on the Jackson River, the Shoemaker Place of 176 acres, 246 acres on Brushy Ridge, 68 acres adjoining Handley Place, all properties on the Jackson or the waters thereof.
to daughter Rachel C., 596 acres in Pocahontas Co., purchased from Andrew W. Cameron, adjoining Andrew Sitlinton.
to the three sons the balance of the home tract.
to them and Mary 190 acres on the east side of the Jackson adoining the home plantation.
to the three sons 400 acres in Pocahontas Co. left to William Woods and wife and also left the Woods and "bought by me", 400 acres on Clover Lick; 40 acres on the Greenbrier River known as the Brown Place, and 427 acres on the west side of Clover Lick, all conveyed to him by Woods.
to wife Martha 6 milch cows, 2 brood mares, 1 riding horse and a saddle
any balance equally to wife and children
to the sons each a riding horse, saddle and bridle
to wife balance of the home tract less portion purchased by Andrew W. Cameron, for life and then to Rachel C.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 138-139].


Estate Records

  • Pg. 270 - Bond by James Woods and Charles Cameron for $10,000 July 8, 1828 to William McClintic, Adam Dickinson, Robert Bratton, John Slown, gentlemen justices, for Wood's service as guardian of James W., Jacob and John W. Warwick, infant children of Andrew S. Warwick.
  • Pg. 45 - Settlement of estate of Andrew S. Warwick, Charles L. Francisco and A.W. Cameron, adm., David Fultz, comm., September 1830.
Debits and credits: J. and W. Brinkley, Mustoe Gay, Will Douglas, J.G. Sims, S.C. Bradley, Will Wods, Adam Dickinson, A. Sitlington, G.H. Fry, Maj. T. Woods, S. Hogsett, Will Bonner, T(?) Mathews, Will McElwee, H. Daggs, A. Mustoe, Joseph Burger, G.B. Richards, B. Peyton, W.D. Kincaid, A.P. Strogher, Henry Hoover, H. Harper, William Ayres, J. Moore, Ben - A Free Man (also called Free Ben), E.B. Williams, May Boyd, C.T. Beale, Robert McClintic, S.B. Dickinson, James McGuffin, Isaac More, H.A. McCormick, S. Gatewood, James Woods, Will McClintic, Thomas T. Rhea, W. Griffen, John Beale, H. McGloughlin, J. Akeman, George Francisco, J.S. Brinkley, G. Mayse, Moses McClintic, john Brown, Joseph Richy, Adam Lightner, James and S. Lewis, S. Vance, A. Jones, James Liptrap, Bernard Peyton, Will Mathews, H. Harrold by Miller, S. and Jacob Grose, Rob Beale, S. Miller, Henry Miller, C.T. Taylor, Ch. hamilton, D. Fultz, George Hively, Jacob Monroe, John Waugh, Andrew Gay, John Brinkley, M. Rice, Charles L. Francisco, Will Langrage, Robert McClintic, Martha Warwick.
  • Pg. 144 - Settlement of estate of Andrew S. Warwick, Charles L. Francisco and Andrew W. Cameron, adm., David Fultz, comm., Jan. 28, 1833.
Debits and credits: Jacob Grose, Free Ben, John Waugh, Adam Given, David Fultz, Elisha B. Williams, Marshall Rice, Col. Fry, Dr. Cunningham, Col. W. Soods, James Bourland, H. Beale, Warwick Gatewood, Will McClung, George H. Fry, William Cackley, A.w. Davis, Gen. Blackburn, Will Woods, Lanty Lockridge, Henry Miller, J. Monroe, M. Ratcliff, Robert Beale, W.B. Thomas, James Hamilton, William Clayton, Joseph Richy, James Lewis, S.S. Williams, robert Ptomey, Charles Beale, W. Griffin, Wright Thomas, William D. Kincaid, A. Sitlington, ____ Thornhill, William Wright, Jr., M. Gay, E. Steuart, John Chesnut, Sipio Boner, John Dean, john Brinkley, William Peyton, Otho Williams, James McGuffin, John Kincaid, James Liptrap.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 159].
  • Pg. 298 - Bonds and notes of the estate of Andrew S. Warwick
Andrew Sittlington, William Woods, james Lewis, Marshall Rice, John Dean, William McClung, John Harnest, James Tallman, thomas Sittlington, Free Ben
Cash received for lottery tickets
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 174].
References
  1. Ancestry.com/Ancestry Family Trees: Public Members Trees.
  2.   United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1810 United States Federal Census
    Name: Andrew Warwick
    Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Bath, Virginia
    Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
    Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 4
    Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
    Number of Household Members Under 16: 6
    Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
    Number of Household Members: 8

  3.   United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1820 United States Federal Census
    Name: Andrew Warrick
    Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Bath, Virginia
    Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
    Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
    Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
    Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 2
    Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 3
    Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 2
    Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
    Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
    Free White Persons - Under 16: 5
    Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
    Total Free White Persons: 10
    Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 10