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John W. Dandridge in Charlotte County, Virginia - 1830s
Posted by: Berlene Jacques (ID *****1516) Date: January 21, 2007 at 14:46:06
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Hello Forum,

I am seeking any information about John W. Dandridge who is listed on the 1830 Charlotte County, Virginia census records.

I believe that he is the father of Elizabeth N. "Betsey" Dandrige who married Maston (Martin) Foster in 1830 Charlotte County, Virginia.

John W. Dandridge is listed with no wife and two sons living with him in 1830. As a matter of fact, he is the ONLY Dandridge living in Charlotte County at the time of Mastin and Elizabeth's marriage.

Mastin and Elizabeth had the following children which I have gleaned from census records: J. H. (a son), Rebecca "Betsey", Joseph H., Milldredge or Mildred "Millie", Lucy Ann (my line), Thomas J. and Isabella/Isabelle J. Foster.

On the 1850 Western District, Tazewell County, Virginia censu records, Mastin and Elizabeth and children are living in the household of Salley Adkins and her son Addison. I don't know which family line Salley Adkins is connected to - Foster*s or Dandridge? Does anyone know? Lucy Ann Foster was first married to Austin Adkins in August 1858.

Any information regarding the family of John W. Dandridge would be appreciated.

You may contact me through this forum or direct to my e-mail addy at:

tawquish at yahoo dot com

Thank you for your time and HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY.

Happy Hunting

Berlene Jacques

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