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Susannah "Sukie" Lindsay[1]

Female 1724 - Aft 1782  (59 years)


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  • Name Susannah "Sukie" Lindsay 
    Born 1724  Surry/Brunswick Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Aft 1782  Caroline Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Reynolds on the 1782 Henry County Virginia Tax List include: Bartlett, George, Jessee, Richard and Susannah.
    Person ID I4376  My Reynolds Line | Descendants of James Reynolds of Surry County, VA
    Last Modified 22 Jul 2018 

    Father James Lindsay,   b. Abt 1700, Essex Co., (later Caroline), Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1782, Caroline Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 82 years) 
    Mother Sarah Daniel,   b. Abt 1700, Essex Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married Abt 1720  Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Family ID F3144  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family James of Surry Reynolds,   b. 1715, Surry Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1796, Caroline Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years) 
    Married Est 1739  Caroline Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Richard Spencer Reynolds, M.D.,   b. Est 1734, Culpeper Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Sep 1793, Wilkes Co., Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 59 years)
    +2. Capt. George Reynolds,   b. 1750, Culpeper Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1813, Williamson Co., Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years)
    +3. Corporal Jesse David Reynolds,   b. 1754, Albermarle, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Apr 1836, Bedford Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
     4. David Reynolds,   b. 1756, Caroline Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1820  (Age 64 years)
    +5. John of Essex [196Tillman] Reynolds,   b. Abt 1740, Essex Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Dec 1794, Essex Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 54 years)
     6. William Reynolds,   b. 12 Nov 1763, Caroline Co., Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     7. Bernard/Bartlett Henry Reynolds,   b. 12 Nov 1763, Caroline, Virginia Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Jan 1833, Russel Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years)
     8. Mary Reynolds,   b. Abt 1765,   d. Yes, date unknown
     9. Hiram Reynolds,   b. Abt 1765,   d. Yes, date unknown
     10. 'Patsy' Martha Wade Reynolds,   b. Est 1740,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F1924  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    Reynolds Tax Chart Henry Co., VA
    Reynolds Tax Chart Henry Co., VA
    ReynoldsTaxChartHenryCoVA.jpg
    Virginia Historical Magazine
Henry County, Virginia 
Residents Who Renounced Allegiance to Great Britain and Swearing Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia
    Virginia Historical Magazine Henry County, Virginia Residents Who Renounced Allegiance to Great Britain and Swearing Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia
    HenryCountyHistory.pdf
    James Reynolds & Susannah 'Sukie'Lindsay Link to Cornelius Reynolds
    James Reynolds & Susannah "Sukie"Lindsay Link to Cornelius Reynolds
    linJamesReynolds&Lindsay.jpg
    Historical Southern Families. Vol. IX Halbert of Essex Co., Virginia
Reynolds and Halbert
    Historical Southern Families. Vol. IX Halbert of Essex Co., Virginia Reynolds and Halbert
    23775&547451316 SouthernFamiliesIX-004915-212.jpg
    THE RENNOLDS - REYNOLDS FAMILY OF ENGLAND AND VIRGINIA , 1530 1948
    THE RENNOLDS - REYNOLDS FAMILY OF ENGLAND AND VIRGINIA , 1530 1948
    Being the partial story of Christopher Reynolds of County
    Kent, England, and his descendants in Virginia, etc. It
    embraces the years 1530 to 1948._This compilation is based
    on Census Reports, Fami_lyBibles and· Journals, previously
    recorded genealogical data, wills, land deeds, etc., and information
    supplied by living persons.

  • Sources 
    1. [S122] Genealogy. com, http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/w/a/g/Kellie-J-Wagoner/GENE1-0025.html.
      Children of JAMES LINDSAY and SARAH DANIEL are:
      i. SUKIE LINDSAY, b. WFT Est. 1709-1736; d. WFT Est. 1765-1823.
      SUKEY27 LINDSAY (JAMES26, CALEB25, JAMES24, JAMES23, JEROME22, DAVID21, ALEXANDER20, WALTER19, DAVID18, WALTER17, DAVID16, ALEXANDER15, DAVID14, ALEXANDER13, DAVID12DE LINDSAY, ALEXANDER11, DAVID10, DAVID9, WILLIAM8, WILLIAM7LINDSAY, WALTER6, WILLIAM5DE LINDSAY, WALTER4, BALDRIC3, HUGO2, DAVID1)3180,3181,3182 was born WFT Est. 1721-17473183,3184,3185, and died WFT Est. 1752-18303186,3187,3188.She married JAMES REYNOLDS3189,3190,3191 WFT Est. 1752-17863192.He was born WFT Est. 1711-17453192,3193,3194, and died WFT Est. 1752-18253195,3196,3197.

      Child of SUKEY LINDSAY and JAMES REYNOLDS is:
      136. i.BERNARD28 REYNOLDS, b. 1763; d. 1833.
      Source:
      Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1,(Release date: November 29, 1995), "CD-ROM," Tree #2130, Date of Import: Jun 28, 1999.
      3191.Smith Family Tree.FTW, Date of Import: Aug 30, 1999.
      Isle of Wight and James City Counties were two of the original eight shires under Royal Virginia Government:
      Surry was taken from James City County in 1652.
      Brunswick from Isle of Wight and Surry in 1720.
      Lunenburg from Brunswick in 1748.
      Halifax from Lunenburg in 1752.
      Pittsylvania from Halifax 1767.
      Henry from Pittsylvania 1776.
      Patrick from Henry 1791.

    2. [S82] Wikitree, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Lindsay-404.
      James Lindsay
      Born about 1700 in Virginiamap [uncertain]
      Ancestors ancestors
      Son of Caleb Lindsay and Clare (Unknown) Lindsay
      Brother of Mary Lindsey [half], Elizabeth (Lindsey) Blanton, William Lindsey, Joshua Lindsay, John I (Lindsey) Lindsay [half], Sarah Lindsey [half] and Elizabeth (Lindsay) Martin
      Husband of Sarah (Daniel) Lindsay ? married before 16 Feb 1719 in Essex County, VAmap
      Husband of Lucy (Sanders) Lindsay ? married about 1750 in Essex County, Virginia Colonymap
      Descendants descendants
      Father of Caleb Lindsay, Elizabeth (Lindsay) Coleman, Susannah (Lindsey) Reynolds, John Lindsay, William (Lindsey) Lindsay, Jacob Lindsay, Sarah (Lindsey) Coleman, Mary (Lindsey) Daniel, James Lindsay, Daniel Lindsay, Reuben Lindsay and Suckie Lindsay
      Died about 1782 at about age 82 in Caroline, Virginia
      James was probably born in Virginia. Some cite his birthplace as Glouscester County, VA. His father, Caleb, was in Essex County by about 1713 when he was paid[1] for killing a wolf. James married Sarah Daniel before 16 February 1719 in Essex County, Virginia, when William Daniel made a deed[2] of gift of land to "my son-in-law james Lindsey". She was born about 1700 in Essex County, Virginia. James appears in deed and court records in Essex County, VA starting in 1719 and frequently in Caroline County, VA court records after Caroline was created in 1728. James was a farmer and slave owner in Caroline County, VA residing a few miles south of Port Royal in the south east corner of that county.

      James and Sarah had ten children whose births recorded in their family bible which was transcribed from the original by their son Reuben Lindsay who also transcribed James' will. After the death of Sarah Daniel Lindsay around 1747, James married Lucy Warner or Ware and had one more child.


      Children and their birth dates listed in family bible of James and Sarah Daniel Lindsay transcribed by Reuben Lindsay son of James and Sarah Daniel Lindsay and reprinted in a book by a descendant[3]. There seem to be some repetitious dates in the days and months these children were born so a copy of the book referred to should be examined to validate these dates as this information has probably been copied over and over again and may have been corrupted:


      Children of James and Sarah Lindsay

      i. CALEB LINDSEY, b. March 11, 1720, Caroline County, Virginia.
      ii. ELIZABETH LINDSEY, b. March 29, 1724, Caroline County, Virginia; m. ? COLEMAN.
      iii. JOHN LINDSEY, b. August 27, 1728, Caroline County, Virginia; d. 1800, Halifax County, North Carolina. Major, Georgia Militia, American Revolution
      iv. WILLIAM LINDSEY, b. March 11, 1731, Caroline County, Virginia; d. 1831 Maryland
      v. JACOB LINDSEY, b. March 11, 1733, Caroline County, Virginia.
      vi. SARAH LINDSEY, b. June 15, 1735, Caroline County, Virginia; m. ? COLEMAN.
      vii. MARY LINDSEY, b. April 03, 1738, Caroline County, Virginia; m. Thomas Daniel/Thomas O'Neal.
      viii. JAMES LINDSEY, b. May 23, 1740, Caroline County, Virginia.
      ix. DANIEL LINDSEY, b. May 23, 1742, Caroline County, Virginia.
      x. REUBEN LINDSEY, b. January 15, 1747, Caroline County, Virginia; d. 1831.

      Children of James and Lucy Lindsay

      xi. SUKIE (Susannah?) LINDSEY, b. 1750, Caroline County, Virginia.

      Will of James Lindsay, transcribed by his son, Reuben Lindsay and reprinted by a descendant[4]:

      In the name of God Amen; I, James Lindsay, of St. Mary's Parish and in county of Caroline, being sick and weak in body, but of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testment.

      First, I lend to my loving wife, Lucy Lindsay, during her natural life two negroes to wit; a fellow named Sam and a woman named Millie, also two feather beds and furniture, two chests, seven flag botton chairs, an oak desk and table, one copper still and all my earthenware, two iron pots and hooks, all my pewter, six knives and forks, one bel metal skillet, one frying pan, a woman's side saddle and bridle, one ox cart, a bay horse and bay mare, ten head of cattle, including the oxen, ten head of hogs to her choice, ten head of sheep, two spinning wheels and cards, such as she chooses, and a case of bottles.

      Secondly, my will and desire is that my wife may have in her life the sole use of houses where I now live and also liberty to work her lands or negroes on the land during her natural life.

      Thirdly, I will and order that all the remainder of my houses and personal estate not lent as above, be sold by my executors after mentioned, as soon after my death as they think proper and that the money arising from such sale shall be devided equally among my surviving children hereafter named to wit; John, Daniel, and Rueben Lindsay, Elizabeth and Sarah Coleman, Mary O'Neal, Sukie Reynolds, and one eighth part of above estate not lent, I give to be equally divided among my son Jacob Lindsay's children, to them and their heirs. Item, I give to my son Caleb Lindsey, one pound, six shillings to buy him a mourning ring.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my son, Rueben Lindsay the plantation I now live on, to him and his heirs forever, still reserving my wife's life on the said land mentioned above. I also give to my said son, Rueben, the land on Pewman's end, which I had of Mr. William Daniel, to him the said Rueben Lindsay and heirs forever.

      Item, I will and desire that the negroes, stock, and household goods, which I have lent my loving wife, shall at her death be sold by me ex., and the money arising from such sale be equally devided among my surviving children first named to wit; John, Daniel, and Rueben Lindsay, Elizabeth and Sarah Coleman, Mary O'Neal, Sukie Reynolds, the eighth part to be equally divided among debts, among my surviving children above mentioned and the eighth part of the estate I give to be equally divided amongst the children of my deceased son, Jacob Lindsay, as before mentioned.

      (Ends here. Unfortunately, the transcriber did not include the portion which named the executors, date of the will and names of the witnesses.)

      On October 12, 1782, a newspaper reported that James Lindsay of Caroline Co., was deceased and that his executors Danial and Reuben Lindsay would be selling some of his property. They also requested the attendance of John Lindsay of North Carolina and the heirs of Jacob Lindsay of Pittsylvania Co.[5]

      Sources

      ? Virginia, Essex County, Court Order Book 4 page 551. Payment for one wolf.
      ? Virginia, Essex, Deed Book 16, page 159, William Daniel to "my Son In Law James Lindsey", deed of gift of land, 116 acres on Peumansend Swamp purchased from William Berry.
      ? "James Lindsay of Caroline County, Virginia. One Branch of the Lindsey Family Tree"by June Perkins Hunt. 1976.
      ? "James Lindsay of Caroline County, Virginia. One Branch of the Lindsey Family Tree"by June Perkins Hunt. 1976.
      ? Genealogical Abstracts from 18th -Century Virginia Newspapers, Robert K. Headley, Jr., Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987, page 209.

    3. [S275] Lyman Chalkley, Lyman Chalkley.
      August, 1764 (B).
      Cresap vs. Walker.? Debtor Dr. Thomas Walker : 1765? March 17, To 54 ells of oznabrigs for bags; paid for making 20 bags, 10//; thread, 1//6. March 19, paid William Ives for carriage of 10 horseloads of flour to Fort Cumberland; paid Notley Pigman for water carriage of 87^ bushels of wheat, weight 5,250 pounds, at Z/. March 21, paid Edmond Martin for carriage of 24^ bushels of wheat, weight 1,400 pounds, at 3/; paid James Hayton for carriage of 40 bushels of wheat, weight 2,400 pounds, at 3/. March 28, paid Daniel Lynn for carriage of 12 casks of flour ; paid Daniel Lynn for carriage of 33 pounds wheat ; to 21 yards oznabrigs for bags ; paid for making of six bags, 3//, thread, 6d. ; paid William Ives for carriage of 16 horseloads of flour to Fbrt Cumberland ; paid Nathan Triggs for water carriage of 38 bushels wheat ; paid Nathan Triggs for water carriage of 200
      470
      poands of flour; paid William Triggs for water carriage of 35>^ bushels wheat ; paid William Reynolds for water carriage of 39^^ budiels of wheat. April 7, paid William Wiggins for water carriage of 38 bushels of wheat. April 8, paid Samuel Hayton for water carriage of 30 bushels of wheat; paud Samuel Hayton for water carriage of 2 casks of flour. April 17, paid Zebulon Robinet for water carriage of 6 casks of flour and 19j4 bushels of wheat; paid John Crisp for materials for the flat. April 26, paid Isaac Crumwell per your order. May 7, paid William Williams for water carriage of 58 bushels of wheat; paid Joseph Flint's order on you. May 26, paid Vann Swearingen for wintering 20 wagon horses purchased by Governor Sharp for his Majesty's service; paid William Reynolds for water carriage of 2,388 pounds of flour, at 3//. Maryland, Frederick County, to wit '* June 30, 1762. Sworn to by Thomas Cresap, gent, before Thomas Norris. Cferti* ficate with seal by John Darnall, clerk, that Thomas Norris "is one of his Lordships the Right Honorable the Lord Proprietory his Justices of the Peace" for Frederick County. Casjle Hill, September 30, 1760. Sir ; Your favor of ye 30th of August came to hand the other day. The contents thereof surprises me, I suppose, as much as Mrs. Hoops's answer did you. I shall not at present enter into the justness, or reasonableness, of the account, as I presume that is out of the question. You, I make no doubt, are sensible the money ought to have been paid by the Crown, and I should have thought your experience from the year 1755 would have convinced you that it was necessary to apply either before or at the time the Commissioners settled the accounts for the campaign of 1758, as no regard has been paid to any ac- counts that were not brought in before such settlements of any campaign were finished. As to your seeking justice in Virginia, I presume no Court, or jury, can be of opinion that I am to pay the debts due from the Crown which remain unpaid from the neglect of the creditors. Could I assist you I should with the greatest pleasure, but as I cannot, must leave you to take any method you may think Just and most likely to recover your due. I am, your most humble servant, (Signed) Thomas Walker. Col. Thomas Cresap, the Old Town, Maryland. James Heaton's receipt to Thomas Cresap, 21st March, 1756, £3.12.0. Edmond Martin's (mark) receipt to Thomas (Cresap, 21st March, 1755, £2.2.0. William Frigg's receipt to Thomas Cresap, 28th March, 1755, £2.12.0. John Crisp's order on Mr. Thomas Walker, Commis- sary, 13th April, 1755. William Williams's receipt .(Test, Jarvis Houg- ham.) Isaac Cromwell's order. Notley Pigman's receipt. William Rey- nold's receipt. William Wigins's receipt. William Ives's receipt. William Reynold's receipt. Zebulon Robinet's receipt. Daniel Linns's receipt. Na- than Trigg's receipt. Joseph Flint's receipt. Samuel Haton's receipt. I do certify that sixty head of beef cattle and fifty head of sheep, bought by the contractors for the use of the forces under the command of Col. George Washington, were grazed upon the plantation of Col. Thomas Cresap, at Old Town, from the 15th of July to the 15th of September, inclusive. (Signed) Joseph Galbreath, assistant to the contractors. Fort Cumberland, September 21, 1758. Attachment against Thomas Walker, addressed to sheriff of Augusta, to answer Thomas Cresap, dated 17th February, in second year of our reign. Daniel Linn's receipt. William Ives's receipt. March 1, 1764.
      William Reynolds listed in Chronicles of the Scotch Irish.