Hi Vickie - Glad I might have helped some :) I do have a Will abstract book but I didn't find any Sitdger references. I have a book for 1785-1807 and one for 1820-1823, 1823-1835. I intend to purchase the book that covers the years between from the Nelson County Genealogical Roundtable. Are you familiar with them? Here is the site:
I have the marriages books up to 1875 so if you need any look-ups let me know.
The NCGR also publishes The Genealogist which you get as part of your membership. I previously referenced to a listing for Peter Stidger that I found in one of the issues. I did find another here:
The Genealogist May 2006
Abstracts of Deeds book 12
pg 417 Apr. 1817 William R. Hynes, Benj Grayson, J. Lewis, Esq. assign Nancy Morton, widow of Samuel Morton decd., her dower in his estate 6 June 1817. A lot No 8 containing one acre, a line on Market St. She gets 39 poles and 24 links. Wit: Peter Stidger and John Rogers. Recorded 21 July 1817
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