I have found a little info on the Virgin/Prince lines that may be of help to you. From Marriages of Mississippi Co Mo.
James Vergin(Virgin) & Miss Sarah Prints Dec 6, 1869
(Both apparently of age as no consent listed)
Charles H. Virgin & Mary J. Prince July 19, 1881
Mrs Jane (Janie) Virgin & William T. Turner May 11, 1882
Miss Alice Virgin & Andy Weakley Aug 23, 1891
Married at Tomas Palocks (?)
Henry Prince & Sarah E. Haskins Dec 24, 1899
Groom of Anniston, Bride of East Prairie; C.H. Virgin stepfather of groom gives consent. John Haskins father of bride gives consent.
James A. Virgin & Miss L. Angie Deska Sep 30, 1909
Owen Deska father of bride gives consent. Bride of Crosno, Groom of Anniston. Married at Anniston, Mo.
Augusta Virgin of Anniston & Robert A. Fitch of Jackson Tn. Jan 25, 1912. Married at Anniston, Mo.
CHarleston-Enterprise Obituaries- Miss. CO. Mo. 1879-1888
Oct 27, 1887 Edition
Nellie, infant daughter of Charles & Mary Virgin of Pull Tight Ridge Sep 24th.
Mississippi Co. Mo. Loose Probate Papers 1845-1899
James O. Prince (deceased) Estate #1353 Box 39
Administration began Mar 30, 1876; Date of death 1876 Miss. Co. Mo.; Heir Amos Prince, son. Sep 5, 1878 bond of gdn J.W. Nance, Graves Co, Ky for minor, Amos Prince at Graves Co. Bdn; W.H. Nance, Marshall Co. Ky.
James M. Virgin (deceased) Estate # 1720, Box # 52
Admr; Sarah E. Virgin. Bond date Dec 7, 1875. Bdm: Hiram Thurman & Frances M. Daniels. Bond amt $100. Apprs: Hiram Thurman & Thos. B. Forbs. Heirs: Sarah E. Virgin, widow; William E., Charles A., and third child not known. Date disposed of Feb 16, 1876.
Deed Record Book "A" Mississippi Co. Mo. 1822-1845
page 184) Deed from William Virgin and Martha, his wife to Abraham Hunter dated July 10, 1843 for $100 for the following lands; SW1/4 of the NE1/4 of Sec 25, T27N, R 13 E containing 40 acres being the same purchased from Washington Orr, Adm of estate of Jackson Shields, dec'd ...being part of the seminary lands..before Benjamine Benafield, a Justice of the Peace of Scott Co., Mo.
Note: Mississippi Co. Mo. was part of Scott Co. until 1845.)
William Virgin and Abraham Hunter witnessed a deed between Archibald A. Prince & James Darby and Mary his wife on April 16, 1842, Abraham Hunter, Justice of Peace of Scott Co. Mo.
No families with name Virgin or Prince listed in Miss. Co. in 1850. 1830 & 1840 census of Scott Co. Mo. (Miss Co. being part thereof at that time)
William Prince (Moreland Township) 1 male 10-15; 1 male 20-30; 1 male 60-70; 1 female 15-20; 1 female 50-60
Elizabeth Virgin (Richland Township) 1 male 20-30; 1 female under 5; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 15-20; 1 female 20-30; 1 female 40-50
Note; Neither Moreland or Richland Townships are in Miss. Co. today and evidentally were in the part of Scott Co. that remained part of Scott Co.
Maybe you will find something of interest in this.
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