March 23, 2004

St. Paul's Parish

Before I add today's entry, check my links if you would like to see the will of Aron Hughes from Laurens.

Taxpayers in Hanover County, St. Paul's Parish, VA
Ann Mary Hughes - 1807
Archelaus Hughes 1792
Benjamin Hughes 1784 - a minor, no poll tax1785, 1788-89, 1790 Pttitioner,
David Hughes, 1788-89, 1790, 1791-92,
Emery Hughes, 1800-03, 1805,
Henry Hughes 1782, 1783-84, 1785-86, and 1787. Two minor children are listed with Henry, David and William
Herbert H. Hughes, 1807,
Keziah Hughes 1815 (note reads Gig assessed @ $80 and 1 chest of drawers,
John Hughes 1782, 1783-83, 1787, 1788-89, 1790, 1791-92m 1793-94 (and one adult), 1795-97, (and one adult) 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801-02 and two adults, 1805 Estate, and one adult
John Hughes 1782-1783-87 (at Ground Squirrel) ???
John Hughes 1803, 1805-12
Micamuel "Kemuel" Hughes 1782-83, 1784-89, 1790, 1791-99, 1800-03 Senior, 1805-12
Kemuel Hughes, Jr. 1800-03
Margaret "Peggy" Hughes 1790-91, 1792-93, 1794- one adult, 1795-98
Martin Hughes, 1796-97, 1809-12, 1815
Nancy Hughes 1815 (l Chest of Drawers
Nathan Hughes 1782-83, 1784-86, 1787, 1788-89, 1790, 1791-99, 1800-03, 1805 Estate of
Rachael Hughes 1787
Reuben Hughes 1782-86, 1787, 1788-89, 1790, 1791-03, 1805, 1807
Rees "Rice" Hughes 1794-95, 1797-, 1800-03
Now I find that I have misplaced the second page of this register. Will post when found. Hope this much helps someone. Our George was already in Laurens by this time and could have even been born in SC. The most interesting thing that I find here is the name Martin Hughes. My grandfather was John James Martin Hughes. He was called Martin and/or 'Mart'.

Posted by JHSGran at March 23, 2004 04:32 PM
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