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Re: Micajah SNEAD of Va. ca. 1740-1780?
Posted by: J. Kesler Date: August 06, 2001 at 14:03:34
In Reply to: Re: Micajah SNEAD of Va. ca. 1740-1780? by Rhonda (Snead) Palmer of 1153

I just looked through my files and found the following, that might help you.
Micajah SNEED married Judah (Judith?) BRANDON in Caswell Co., 24 Oct. 1792. Their son, Benjamin b. ca. 1801, married SUKEY? (Illegible) Benjamin and Sukey's family: Sarah Ann SNEED b. ca. 1826 in Tn. Isaiah b. 1828, Micajah b. ca. 1833, Benjamin b. ca. 1834, James W. b. ca. 1836, Mary E. 1839, Judah, b. ca. 1843 and Martha b. 1846. Daughter, Sarah Ann m. 17 Jan. 1845 in Jefferson Co., TN. to George William Bryan Lockhart.
In Halifax Co. a deed was made in 1796 when Micajah and Judah Sneed signed over 351 1/2 acres on Dan River to Thomas Brandon.
There also was a Micajah aged 50/60 who lived near Benjamin Sneed in Jefferson Co. TN. in 1830, but there was also a Micajah still in Halifax Co., VA. This information came from Corinne Bartley of Seal Beach, CA. and sent to me in 1993. I have not been in touch with her for sometime, however; I believe that this Micajah may also have been a brother to my Elizabeth. I have a will written by a Brandon, in which he states that Nathaniel Cunningham holds a bond, and is indebted to him. (I don't have the will in front of me.)
So there is a connection between the Brandons and Nathaniel Cunningham. I will be glad to send this along, if you would like.


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