Can you provide more specific information, as there are several Sanders/Saunders lines in early Loudoun? Loudoun County was not created until 1757, so someone born before that year was actually not born in Loudoun County.
There are the following from the Abstracts of the Loudoun Co Tithables 1758-1781 by the Sparacios. Note that only males 16 years or older would appear on the lists. The first person listed was the head of the household and responsible for paying the tax.
Saunders, Benja.; Saunders, Phillip; Saunders, Wm.; Saunders, Philip; Saunders, Thos. - 5 tithables James Hamilton's list of tithables taken for the year 1768
Saunders, Thos. - 1 tithable; 5 squirrel scalps List taken for Shelburne Parish by Craven Peyton 1771
Saunders, Thomas - 1 tithable List taken by Craven Peyton in Shelburne Parish 1772
Sanders, Thos. - 1 tithable List by Thos. Respess 1780, No. 4 [1777?]
Sanders, Thomas; Sanders, Presley - 2 tithables List taken by Thos. Respess, Gt. for 1780
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