|Posted By:||Lola Ball|
|Subject:||More and Nave families|
|Post Date:||November 24, 2010 at 14:19:39|
|Forum:||More Family Genealogy Forum|
I am a descendant of George Knave/Nave and Veronica "Fanny" (More/Moore) Nave.
Would like any information to possibly indicate which More family would/could be the parents of Veronica "Fanny" (More/Moore) Nave.
George Knave is shown by these records to be in Hampshire Co., VA in 1781, and in close proximity to these More/Moure families. Records indicate George Nave and Fanny MOORE married 19 December 1783 in Rockingham Co., VA.
Hampshire County, Virginia records Colonial War Period, pg. 18 - "Hampshire County April 20, 1781. An account of certificates by me given since an account."
Jacob Tucker 184# flour, 1 cask
James Brown 120# flour
Manis Alkire 136# flour, 6 cask
Sylvester Ward 431# flour, 2 cask
Conrad More 205# flour, 2 cask
*(Conrad More's will found Hardy Co., WVA website: http://www.wvgenweb.org/hardy/mcwill.htm)
John Cutrack 52# flour
Michael Wease 80# flour
John Moure 97# flour
Anthony More 190# flour, 1 cask
Michael Wease 60# flour
Richard Bodkin 200# flour, 1 cask
George Stump 329# flour, 2 cask
George Knave 192# flour, 1 cask **(ggg/grandfather)
Alexander Randall 1 1/2 days work of his waggon & team at 50# tobacco per day.
"Hampshire Co. to wit: The above is a true & just account of what certificates I have granted since my former return. The flour at 50 pounds per hundred & the casks at 6 pounds each. Abel Randall, Comr. PL"